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sounds of the 60s: brian matthew 'saddened' to leave show after 27 years


image copyrightpaimage caption brian matthew said he was "saddened" to play his last track as host of the legendary radio 2 show veteran bbc radio 2 broadcaster brian matthew has hosted his final edition of sounds of the 60s, choosing a song from billy fury to end on.the presenter said he had "enjoyed every minute of my 27 years in the chair" as he played the 1962 track, last night was made for love.it comes a month after the bbc said the 88-year-old host was retiring from the show because of ill health.matthew said he was "saddened" to leave but would return to radio 2 soon.as the last track played out on a show that compiled his favourite moments from the past 27 years, matthew said: "i'll be back on radio 2 in the near future with something new, so keep your eyes open for further inform






sounds of the 60s: brian matthew 'saddened' to leave show after 27 years


image copyrightpaimage caption brian matthew said he was "saddened" to play his last track as host of the legendary radio 2 show veteran bbc radio 2 broadcaster brian matthew has hosted his final edition of sounds of the 60s, choosing a song from billy fury to end on.the presenter said he had "enjoyed every minute of my 27 years in the chair" as he played the 1962 track, last night was made for love.it comes a month after the bbc said the 88-year-old host was retiring from the show because of ill health.matthew said he was "saddened" to leave but would return to radio 2 soon.as the last track played out on a show that compiled his favourite moments from the past 27 years, matthew said: "i'll be back on radio 2 in the near future with something new, so keep your eyes open for further inform






bbc radio broadcaster brian matthew 'critically ill but alive'


image caption the long-serving presenter recently stepped down from hosting sounds of the 60s bbc radio 2 broadcaster brian matthew is critically ill, the station has clarified after initially announcing his death. the bbc had originally been informed by a member of matthew's family that he had died.a spokesman for the corporation said: "we were informed by close family and friends that brian had passed away in the night. "they have since been in contact to say that he remains critically ill."the statement added: "we will update with more information when we have it. our thoughts remain with his family at this very difficult time."matthew presented his last full show last november, returning in february for a final compilation programme.he had presented sounds of the 60s since april 1990.






bbc radio broadcaster brian matthew 'critically ill but alive'


image caption the long-serving presenter recently stepped down from hosting sounds of the 60s bbc radio 2 broadcaster brian matthew is critically ill, the station has clarified after initially announcing his death. the bbc had originally been informed by a member of matthew's family that he had died.a spokesman for the corporation said: "we were informed by close family and friends that brian had passed away in the night. "they have since been in contact to say that he remains critically ill."the statement added: "we will update with more information when we have it. our thoughts remain with his family at this very difficult time."matthew presented his last full show last november, returning in february for a final compilation programme.he had presented sounds of the 60s since april 1990.






bbc radio broadcaster brian matthew 'critically ill but alive'


image caption the long-serving presenter recently stepped down from hosting sounds of the 60s bbc radio 2 broadcaster brian matthew is critically ill, the station has clarified after initially announcing his death. the bbc had originally been informed by a member of matthew's family that he had died.a spokesman for the corporation said: "we were informed by close family and friends that brian had passed away in the night. "they have since been in contact to say that he remains critically ill."the statement added: "we will update with more information when we have it. our thoughts remain with his family at this very difficult time."matthew presented his last full show last november, returning in february for a final compilation programme.he had presented the show since april 1990.






brian matthew: bbc radio 2 broadcaster dies at 88


image caption the long-serving presenter recently stepped down from hosting sounds of the 60s bbc radio 2 broadcaster brian matthew has died, his family has said. matthew had presented sounds of the 60s since april 1990. his last full show was broadcast in november 2016, but he returned in february for a final compilation programme.he also presented on tv, fronting itv show thank your lucky stars which featured bands including the beatles and the rolling stones. matthew died on saturday at the age of 88.head of radio 2 lewis carnie paid tribute, saying matthew would be "sadly missed by us all". he was a "much loved and valued presenter on radio 2 - by both the audience and his colleagues", added carnie. "he presented sounds of the sixties' for 27 years and we had hoped to be able to carry






brian matthew: bbc radio 2 broadcaster dies at 88


image caption the long-serving presenter recently stepped down from hosting sounds of the 60s bbc radio 2 broadcaster brian matthew has died, his family has said. matthew had presented sounds of the 60s since april 1990. his last full show was broadcast in november 2016, but he returned in february for a final compilation programme.he also presented on tv, fronting itv show thank your lucky stars which featured bands including the beatles and the rolling stones. matthew died on saturday at the age of 88.head of radio 2 lewis carnie paid tribute, saying matthew would be "sadly missed by us all". he was a "much loved and valued presenter on radio 2 - by both the audience and his colleagues", added carnie. "he presented sounds of the sixties' for 27 years and we had hoped to be able to carry






rescued surfer matthew bryce had 'prepared for death'


image caption matthew bryce says he will never surf again a rescued surfer told his family he had "made himself at peace" with not surviving after 32 hours stranded at sea.matthew bryce, from airdrie in north lanarkshire, was found 13 miles off the argyll coast on monday night after going surfing on sunday morning.from his hospital bed in belfast, he said he watched the sun set, believing he would not survive another night.his parents john and isabella described their anguish as they waited for news.the 23-year-old told bbc scotland's jackie bird how it had started as "just a normal day".he said he had driven to westport car park in the kintyre peninsula on sunday morning, waxed his surfboard then gone into the sea about 11:00 to catch some waves.the day soon turned into a nightmare and he






rescued surfer had 'prepared for death'


image caption matthew bryce says he will never surf again a rescued surfer told his family he had "made himself at peace" with not surviving after 32 hours stranded at sea.matthew bryce, from airdrie in north lanarkshire, was found 13 miles off the argyll coast on monday night after going surfing on sunday morning.from his hospital bed in belfast, he said he would not surf again.his parents john and isabella, who are both nurses, described their anguish as they waited for news.the 23-year-old described told bbc scotland's jackie bird how it had started as a "just a normal day".he said he had driven to westport car park on sunday morning, waxed his surfboard then gone into the sea about 11:00 to catch some waves.however, the day soon turned into a nightmare and he began to panic as tides an






mental health deaths probed at essex nhs trust


image copyrightleahy familyimage caption matthew leahy was found hanged at the linden centre in 2012 up to 20 deaths at an nhs-run mental health unit are being investigated as part of a police inquiry, the bbc has learned.it follows fresh investigations into the death of matthew leahy, who was found hanged at linden centre in 2012. his mother, melanie leahy, said her talks with essex police suggested the cases had taken place in the last 17 years.the essex nhs trust said patient safety was a "top priority".essex police told the bbc's victoria derbyshire programme it was "conducting initial enquiries into a number of deaths which have occurred at the linden centre since 2000".a full investigation may take place later depending on the outcome. 'in hell'matthew leahy was admitted to the linde






mental health deaths probed at essex nhs trust


image copyrightleahy familyimage caption matthew leahy was found hanged at the linden centre in 2012 up to 20 deaths at an nhs-run mental health unit are being investigated as part of a police inquiry, the bbc has learned.it follows fresh investigations into the death of matthew leahy, who was found hanged at linden centre in 2012. his mother, melanie leahy, said her talks with essex police suggested the cases had taken place in the last 17 years.the essex nhs trust said patient safety was a "top priority".essex police told the bbc's victoria derbyshire programme it was "conducting initial enquiries into a number of deaths which have occurred at the linden centre since 2000".a full investigation may take place later depending on the outcome. 'in hell'matthew leahy was admitted to the linde






mental health deaths probed at essex nhs trust


image copyrightleahy familyimage caption matthew leahy was found hanged at the linden centre in 2012 up to 20 deaths at an nhs-run mental health unit are being investigated as part of a police inquiry, the bbc has learned.it follows fresh investigations into the death of matthew leahy, who was found hanged at linden centre in 2012. his mother, melanie leahy, said her talks with essex police suggested the cases had taken place in the last 17 years.the essex nhs trust said patient safety was a "top priority".essex police told the bbc's victoria derbyshire programme it was "conducting initial enquiries into a number of deaths which have occurred at the linden centre since 2000".a full investigation may take place later depending on the outcome. 'in hell'matthew leahy was admitted to the linde






mental health deaths probed at essex nhs trust


image copyrightleahy familyimage caption matthew leahy was found hanged at the linden centre in 2012 up to 20 deaths at an nhs-run mental health unit are being investigated as part of a police inquiry, the bbc has learned.it follows fresh investigations into the death of matthew leahy, who was found hanged at linden centre in 2012. his mother, melanie leahy, said her talks with essex police suggested the cases had taken place in the last 17 years.the essex nhs trust said patient safety was a "top priority".essex police told the bbc's victoria derbyshire programme it was "conducting initial enquiries into a number of deaths which have occurred at the linden centre since 2000".a full investigation may take place later depending on the outcome. 'in hell'matthew leahy was admitted to the linde






brian matthew: bbc radio 2 broadcaster dies at 88


image caption the long-serving presenter recently stepped down from hosting sounds of the 60s bbc radio 2 broadcaster brian matthew has died, his family has said. matthew had presented sounds of the 60s since april 1990. his last full show was broadcast in november 2016, but he returned in february for a final compilation programme.he also presented on tv, fronting itv show thank your lucky stars which featured bands including the beatles and the rolling stones. matthew died on saturday at the age of 88.bbc director general tony hall said he was "an outstanding broadcaster who entertained and engaged millions over generations". "he had a wonderful style of delivery and a real connection with his listeners," he said."brian was a true broadcasting great. we will all miss him and of course, t






life on earth began 'earlier than thought'


image copyrightm doddimage caption ancient life: these clumps of iron and filaments show similarities to modern microbes scientists have discovered what they say could be fossils of some of the earliest living organisms on earth.they are represented by tiny filaments, knobs and tubes in canadian rocks dated to be up to 4.28 billion years old.that is a time not long after the planet's formation and hundreds of millions of years before what is currently accepted as evidence for the most ancient life yet found on earth.the researchers report their investigation in the journal nature.as with all such claims about ancient life, the study is contentious. but the team believes it can answer any doubts. the scientists' putative microbes from quebec are one-tenth the width of a human hair and conta






rescued surfer matthew bryce had 'prepared for death'


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captionrescued surfer matthew bryce: 'i was almost convinced i would die'a rescued surfer told his family he had "made himself at peace" with not surviving after 32 hours adrift at sea.matthew bryce, from airdrie in north lanarkshire, was found 13 miles off the argyll coast on monday night after going surfing on sunday morning.from his hospital bed in belfast, he said he watched the sun set, believing he would not survive another night.his parents john and isabella described their anguish as they waited for news.the 23-year-old told bbc scotland's jackie bird how it had started as "just a normal day".he said he had driven to westport car park in the kintyre peninsula on sunday morning, waxed his surfboard then gone into the sea about 11:00






argoed inquest: hostel owner on cerys yemm 'horror' killing


image copyrightwales news serviceimage caption cerys yemm and matthew williams met about two weeks before the attack the owner of a hostel where a woman was killed has told an inquest about the moment she walked in on the attack.prison leaver matthew williams was found attacking cerys yemm, 22, at the sirhowy arms hotel in argoed, on 6 november 2014.williams, 34, was tasered by police who arrested him and he later died.mandy miles told the hearing there was "blood everywhere" and the scene was "like a horror film".she told a 999 operator at the time of the attack that she believed williams was cannibalising miss yemm, but told the inquest she now knows that to be untrue.she said: "his head was down in hers. he didn't react to my voice. i said 'matthew do you know what your doing?'"my son s






argoed inquest: matthew williams seen 'eating' woman


image copyrightwales news serviceimage caption cerys yemm and matthew williams met about two weeks before the attack the owner of a hostel where a woman was killed told a 999 operator her attacker was eating her, an inquest has heard.prison leaver matthew williams was found attacking cerys yemm, 22, at the sirhowy arms hotel in argoed, on 6 november 2014.williams, 34, was tasered by police who arrested him and he later died.in a recording played to jurors, hostel owner mandy miles said williams had "put a screwdriver" through her face and was "eating" her.ms miles said: "there's a murder at the sirhowy arms blackwood," and "he's beaten someone up"."it's awful, i can see him. it's matthew williams in room seven," she added.earlier on wednesday, the inquest was read a statement from his moth






argoed inquest: matthew williams cannibal claim heard


image copyrightwales news serviceimage caption cerys yemm and matthew williams met about two weeks before the attack the owner of a hostel where a woman was killed told a 999 operator she saw cannibalism, an inquest has heard.prison leaver matthew williams was found attacking cerys yemm, 22, at the sirhowy arms hotel in argoed, on 6 november 2014.williams, 34, was tasered by police who arrested him and he later died.in a recording played to jurors, hostel owner mandy miles said williams had attacked ms yemm's face with a screwdriver and was "eating" her.ms miles said: "there's a murder at the sirhowy arms blackwood," and "he's beaten someone up"."it's awful, i can see him. it's matthew williams in room seven," she added.the inquest heard there was "blood everywhere" and it was "like a horr






argoed: matthew williams and cerys yemm inquest conclusion


image copyrightwales news serviceimage caption cerys yemm and matthew williams met about two weeks before the attack a prison leaver unlawfully killed a woman at a hostel before he died suddenly as a result of taking drugs and struggling against police restraint, an inquest has heard.matthew williams was found attacking cerys yemm, 22, at the sirhowy arms hotel in argoed on 6 november 2014.police officers stunned williams, 34, with a taser but he later died.williams' family said they hoped lessons would be learned from the case. in a statement released after the hearing, williams' family described him as a "troubled" young man and said he had struggled to get the help he needed for mental health and drugs issues in prison or in the community.it read: "in our view, the evidence exposed very






at marc foxx gallery, the wild and whimsical world of matthew ronay


matthew ronay’s pint-sized sculptures strut their stuff like nothing else. the imagination races to catch up with the stories that spill from the new york artist’s evocative works at marc foxx gallery, where nine candy-colored abstractions stand on cloth-draped pedestals and four yellow-hued doozies hang on the walls.wild forest orchids and poison dart frogs come to mind — the first for their exotic beauty and fragile elegance, the second for their eye-popping colors and the dangers they signal.but a few moments in ronay’s exhibition, “surds,” buffer such extremes. to look closely at his playful pieces is to see the hand of a master craftsman at work, the mind of an original thinker at play and the heart of a generous giver doing his thing.matthew ronay, “13,” 2016, basswood, dye, aluminiu






hmp pentonville escape: prisoners used cctv pole


image copyrightmet policeimage caption james whitlock (left) and matthew baker shared a cell at the prison two prisoners who escaped jail by sawing through a metal bar, clambering over roofs and swinging round a cctv pole on a sheet have been sentenced.matthew baker, 29, and james whitlock, 32, went on the run in november after breaking out of hmp pentonville.staff at the jail did not realise they had escaped for 15 hours.the pair, who admitted breaking out of prison, were respectively handed 30 months and 24 months on top of their current terms.blackfriars crown court heard baker had a string of convictions for violent offences including assaulting a police officer and is already serving a minimum term of 10 years.whitlock was serving 54 months for conspiracy to burgle.prosecuting, jonath






hmp pentonville escape: prisoners used cctv pole


image copyrightmet policeimage caption james whitlock (left) and matthew baker shared a cell at the prison two prisoners who escaped jail by sawing through a metal bar, clambering over roofs and swinging round a cctv pole on a sheet have been sentenced.matthew baker, 29, and james whitlock, 32, went on the run in november after breaking out of hmp pentonville.staff at the jail did not realise they had escaped for 15 hours.the pair, who admitted breaking out of prison, were respectively handed 30 months and 24 months on top of their current terms.blackfriars crown court heard baker had a string of convictions for violent offences including assaulting a police officer and is already serving a minimum term of 10 years.whitlock was serving 54 months for conspiracy to burgle.prosecuting, jonath






newspaper headlines: may's 'gamble backfires'


image caption in the daily mail's 4am edition, the paper says theresa may's decision to call an election has backfired "disastrously". image caption the daily mirror says theresa may's job is "on the line" as the uk heads for a hung parliament. image caption it's "dismay" for the sun's latest front page which says britain has been "plunged into political chaos", adding that mrs may's election gamble was a "disaster". image caption the guardian said the shock poll result came after mr corbyn had "enthused voters" in more than 100 rallies across the country. meanwhile the snp were headed for a "sharp decline", the paper added. image caption the telegraph says that if proved correct, the result puts both mrs may's premiership and brexit "in doubt". image caption the updated times front page s






newspaper headlines: may's 'gamble backfires'


image caption in the daily mail's 4am edition, the paper says theresa may's decision to call an election has backfired "disastrously". image caption the daily mirror says theresa may's job is "on the line" as the uk heads for a hung parliament. image caption it's "dismay" for the sun's latest front page which says britain has been "plunged into political chaos", adding that mrs may's election gamble was a "disaster". image caption the guardian said the shock poll result came after mr corbyn had "enthused voters" in more than 100 rallies across the country. meanwhile the snp were headed for a "sharp decline", the paper added. image caption the telegraph says that if proved correct, the result puts both mrs may's premiership and brexit "in doubt". image caption the updated times front page s






newspaper headlines: may's 'gamble backfires'


image caption in the daily mail's 4am edition, the paper says theresa may's decision to call an election has backfired "disastrously". image caption the daily mirror says theresa may's job is "on the line" as the uk heads for a hung parliament. image caption it's "dismay" for the sun's latest front page which says britain has been "plunged into political chaos", adding that mrs may's election gamble was a "disaster". image caption the guardian said the shock poll result came after mr corbyn had "enthused voters" in more than 100 rallies across the country. meanwhile the snp were headed for a "sharp decline", the paper added. image caption the telegraph says that if proved correct, the result puts both mrs may's premiership and brexit "in doubt". image caption the updated times front page s






newspaper headlines: may's 'gamble backfires'


image caption in the daily mail's 4am edition, the paper says theresa may's decision to call an election has backfired "disastrously". image caption the daily mirror says theresa may's job is "on the line" as the uk heads for a hung parliament. image caption it's "dismay" for the sun's latest front page which says britain has been "plunged into political chaos", adding that mrs may's election gamble was a "disaster". image caption the guardian said the shock poll result came after mr corbyn had "enthused voters" in more than 100 rallies across the country. meanwhile the snp were headed for a "sharp decline", the paper added. image caption the telegraph says that if proved correct, the result puts both mrs may's premiership and brexit "in doubt". image caption the updated times front page s






newspaper headlines: may's 'gamble backfires'


image caption in the daily mail's 4am edition, the paper says theresa may's decision to call an election has backfired "disastrously". image caption the daily mirror says theresa may's job is "on the line" as the uk heads for a hung parliament. image caption it's "dismay" for the sun's latest front page which says britain has been "plunged into political chaos", adding that mrs may's election gamble was a "disaster". image caption the guardian said the shock poll result came after mr corbyn had "enthused voters" in more than 100 rallies across the country. meanwhile the snp were headed for a "sharp decline", the paper added. image caption the telegraph says that if proved correct, the result puts both mrs may's premiership and brexit "in doubt". image caption the updated times front page s






newspaper headlines: may's 'gamble backfires'


image caption in the daily mail's 4am edition, the paper says theresa may's decision to call an election has backfired "disastrously". image caption the daily mirror says theresa may's job is "on the line" as the uk heads for a hung parliament. image caption it's "dismay" for the sun's latest front page which says britain has been "plunged into political chaos", adding that mrs may's election gamble was a "disaster". image caption the guardian said the shock poll result came after mr corbyn had "enthused voters" in more than 100 rallies across the country. meanwhile the snp were headed for a "sharp decline", the paper added. image caption the telegraph says that if proved correct, the result puts both mrs may's premiership and brexit "in doubt". image caption the updated times front page s






newspaper headlines: may's 'gamble backfires'


image caption in the daily mail's 4am edition, the paper says theresa may's decision to call an election has backfired "disastrously". image caption the daily mirror says theresa may's job is "on the line" as the uk heads for a hung parliament. image caption it's "dismay" for the sun's latest front page which says britain has been "plunged into political chaos", adding that mrs may's election gamble was a "disaster". image caption the guardian said the shock poll result came after mr corbyn had "enthused voters" in more than 100 rallies across the country. meanwhile the snp were headed for a "sharp decline", the paper added. image caption the telegraph says that if proved correct, the result puts both mrs may's premiership and brexit "in doubt". image caption the updated times front page s






rescued surfer matthew bryce had 'prepared for death'


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captionmatthew bryce tells bbc scotland's jackie bird how he feared for his life as he drifted off the argyll coasta rescued surfer told his family he had "made himself at peace" with not surviving after 32 hours adrift at sea.matthew bryce, from airdrie in north lanarkshire, was found 13 miles off the argyll coast on monday night after going surfing on sunday morning.from his hospital bed in belfast, he said he watched the sun set, believing he would not survive another night.his parents john and isabella described their anguish as they waited for news.the 23-year-old told bbc scotland's jackie bird how it had started as "just a normal day".he said he had driven to westport car park in the kintyre peninsula on sunday morning, waxed his sur






argoed: matthew williams and cerys yemm inquest conclusion


image copyrightwales news serviceimage caption cerys yemm and matthew williams met about two weeks before the attack a prison leaver unlawfully killed a woman at a hostel before he died suddenly as a result of taking drugs and struggling against police restraint, an inquest has heard.matthew williams was found attacking cerys yemm, 22, at the sirhowy arms hotel in argoed on 6 november 2014.police officers stunned williams, 34, with a taser but he later died.williams' family said they hoped lessons would be learned from the case. in a statement released after the hearing, williams' family described him as a "troubled" young man and said he had struggled to get the help he needed for mental health and drugs issues in prison or in the community.it read: "in our view, the evidence exposed very






london marathon runners on that special moment


david wyeth and matthew rees recount the inspiring end to the london marathon that saw matthew help his exhausted fellow runner across the finish line.pictures courtesy bbc sport






‘our lives changed on that day’: ottawa family’s long, difficult medical journey


the paravans’ epic medical journey began at charleston lake during a late summer camping trip in 2012 when the family’s youngest member, five-year-old matthew, had his first seizure.at the time, matthew played hockey, baseball and soccer. he was in french immersion at woodroffe avenue public school, and had never suffered anything more serious than tonsillitis.“we lived a very typical, normal life,” said his mother, stephanie paravan.that fall, he suffered a few more seizures, and was placed on medication to control them. in december, a test found abnormal electrical activity in matthew’s brain, and an mri revealed he had a small brain lesion. still, matthew continued all of his sports and school activities without any issue until february, when he began to suffer motion sickness.paravan t






£50m of cocaine found on norfolk beaches


image copyrightncaimage caption bags full of cocaine with an estimated street value of £50m were found on two beaches cocaine with a street value of £50m has been washed up on beaches in norfolk, the national crime agency says.about 360kg (793lbs) of cocaine that has washed up on hopton beach, near great yarmouth and a beach near caister.a member of the public contacted norfolk police having discovered a number of holdalls on hopton beach.the seizure was referred to the national crime agency and officers continue to search the area.more on this and other stories at local live: norfolkimage caption the beaches were searched for more drugs matthew rivers, from the nca's border investigation team, said: "we are now working with border force, the coastguard agency and norfolk police to try and






us army officer brings afghan interpreter to live with him


image copyrightapimage caption army captain matthew ball (r) hugs his former interpreter qismat amin at san francisco international airport a us army officer has brought his former afghan interpreter to live with him in america amid fears he could fall foul of new immigration restrictions.capt matthew ball paid for qismat amin's airline ticket after the interpreter waited nearly four years for a special immigrant visa. a trump administration travel ban affects seven mainly muslim countries, but afghanistan is not among them.capt ball bought the ticket in case the ban was expanded to afghanistan. "i'm so happy," the officer said after welcoming mr amin to san francisco international airport on wednesday. "yeah, it feels great. i'm happy to see him. i'm sort of overwhelmed. he's here. it's b






£50m of cocaine found on norfolk beaches


image copyrightncaimage caption bags full of cocaine with an estimated street value of £50m were found on two beaches cocaine with a street value of £50m has been washed up on beaches in norfolk, the national crime agency says.about 360kg (793lbs) of the drug was found on hopton beach, near great yarmouth and a beach near caister.a member of the public contacted norfolk police having discovered a number of holdalls containing packages of cocaine on hopton beach.the seizure was referred to the national crime agency and officers continue to search the area.more on this and other stories at local live: norfolkimage caption the beaches were searched for more drugs matthew rivers, from the nca's border investigation team, said: "we are now working with border force, the coastguard agency and no






eden prairie museum showcases aviation history year-round


the smell of oil filled the air in the brightly lit airplane hangar crammed with history.from a 1940s jeep to a p-51 d mustang — one of only six in the world to return home from world war ii combat in europe — the restored relics are unquestionably the main attractions at a new aviation museum in eden prairie.although air museums are closing elsewhere, the nonprofit wings of the north bucked the trend and opened a museum just over a year ago after nearly two decades of organizing the annual airexpo aviation show in eden prairie. it now showcases history year-round.“that’s what we’re all about, telling the history,” director bob jasperson said. “we don’t want this history to be lost.”the wings of the north museum, which will mark its second year this summer, is housed in an office building