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Richard Usher, who made his money selling repair firm Auto Windscreens in 2001 for £110million, has launched the Great British Car Journey , where visitors can pay to see a range of classic cars. In addition to the 130 cars which are on permanent display, a further 32 vehicles can be driven by visitors for a fee.The cars were bought by Mr Usher and fellow backers of the project over a period of around four years. They are all at the firm's base in Ambergate, Derbyshire. Stunning images show cars including the Austin Allegro, a 1961 Morris Minor and an incredibly rare 1982 Vauxhall Chevette.
Time viewers were left sobbing tonight after a poignant scene aired on the BBC drama.
Tonight's final episode saw, played by denied from going to his father's funeral after contraband items were found in his cell.
was devastated as he was taken back to his cell, but the prison chaplain came up with an idea to make him still feel part of it.
The chaplain suggested she and Mark follow the service in the prison chapel in real time, so he could feel connected to the funeral without being there.
Mark was due to speak at the service, but his mum had to read the speech he had prepared instead.
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Mark read the eulogy to the prison chaplain and spoke about his dad's life and what a brilliant father he was.
Back at the real funeral Mark's mum said how proud his dad was of Mark for going to the police and owning up to what he had done.
The chaplain read the same words to Mark as his mum said them in the church, she said: "Mark's father, my John, was prouder of his son than he'd ever been."
Andwere left in pieces at the scenes, which felt particularly poignant as it was shown on Father's Day.
Teehouse said: "Well, this is quite tear-jerker on Fathers Day."
Tubbs McGuire said: "Well, watching someone else’s dad’s funeral on Father’s Day is not the one."
Chantelle said: "Anyone who knows me will know that I don’t cry easily. But I’ve just absolutely bawled my eyes out watching #TIME on @BBC I'm fully aware that this is not real life but that funeral moment had me in floods of tears. I can’t believe he couldn’t go!"
Another said: "OMG, crying through the parallel of the chaplain & Mark and the funeral mass. The SPEECH."
And Tracey Byrne said: "OMG The scenes of Mark's dad & funeral is breaking me!!"
Indiana Jones 5: Harrison Ford 'resumes filming after surgery' .
INDIANA JONES 5 was forced to shut down some of its production for three months following an injury, but now Harrison Ford has returned to filming in England.Disney, who owns Lucasfilm, told Deadline: "In the course of rehearsing for a fight scene, Harrison Ford sustained an injury involving his shoulder.