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Presented by Matt Baker and Alex Jones. The Hairy Bikers tell why they have temporarily hung up their helmets to enjoy a few of their favourite home comforts.


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Hello and welcome to The One Show with Matt Baker.

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For a little while longer. It is starting to feel real now. It is

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exciting, but later, I have arranged for someone to give you help and

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advice in what is to come over the next few weeks. This is Sarah-Jayne.

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She shared her Labour win over a quarter of a million strangers.

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Brave. She did this online. She is there to answer any queries you

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might have. I have a long list of questions. How long have we got? We

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have a lot of excitement here because the guests have promised to

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arrive in style. They are coming in pairs. We are

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looking for the Hairy Bikers, of course. Hang on a minute. Where are

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Si and David? Nice to see you. Are you well?

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Lovely to see you. Have we ditched the bikes? No. This is just a

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transgression. Is it because you are doing comfort food and you are

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trying to keep the calories of? I don't know. We will talk all about

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the series in a little bit. It has not necessarily been a happy New

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Year for those using the railways this week.

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Fares have gone up by an average 2.3% and passengers have been hit,

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Dom has been to see if concerns over driver only trains stack up.

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You probably don't travel on Southern but spare a thought for

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those who do. They have faced repeated strikes, staff shortages

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and cancellations. The bill for lost fares and compensation is ?38

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million and it is affecting their well-being, mental health and

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ability to make a living. I resigned on Friday. Every day I have had

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delays. I have not got home for my son. I have been crying on the train

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because I have had to say good night to him on the train. What is the

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dispute about? The company running the franchise wants to convert

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guards into on-board supervisors, which means responsibility for

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opening and closing doors moves to train drivers and if the supervisor

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is not available, the train can still run. The unions say it is not

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safe. There is a need for a guard on the train, to ensure you do not rely

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on one person to look after passengers on trains that are more

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and more overcrowded. But if you travel on other parts of the

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network, you will know that is exactly what happens. 30% of the

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network is driver only including this train travelling to London

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Liverpool Street. You are on a train without a guard, did you know that?

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Does it worry you? Yes. Because I feel they should have won in case

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someone is ill, somebody with children. You need someone in charge

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of who is coming and going. The driver? The driver, yes. It would be

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nice if you saw a guard walking up and down, particularly, I think, of

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an evening. Do you know if it has wanted a? I have no idea. Do you

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feel less safe if I tell you there is no God? It does not matter. The

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rail safety and standards board said the Southern proposals are safe.

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They have been used since 1982. They are used all the time in London

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underground and on international networks. Is it all about safety? I

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spoke to the board and they seem not to think so. It is and the Railway

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safety and standards board is paid for by the employers. They produced

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a report that says how you can get rid of the guard off each train

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which for a safety board, called independent, is pretty worrying. An

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independent expert says the RMT safety fears are valid. The concern

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now art nouveau using one person may be a 12 coach train with platforms

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that are crowded. The drivers said the camera provided are not

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necessarily good enough to spot that. The guards said there is

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nothing as good as a pair of eyes. If the RMT is objecting to driver

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only on Southern when it has accepted it elsewhere, some ask if

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there is a political reason for the strikes. The union will lose its

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ability when drivers are controlling the doors. The great newspaper The

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Times did spread the other week where they talked about the left

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trying to bring the government down and it had the shop stewards network

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and the RMT, left wing organisations, coordinating to bring

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the government down. Shock horror, we bloody well. Is it about safety

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or politics? Solly about safety first and last. 100%? 110%. If you

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spit on your own they wipe it away but if we split together we can

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drown them. It is politics, surely. Your president is singing a

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different him. It is fantasy to say our members on Southern are part of

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a left-wing political conspiracy to take on the government. They are

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ordinary working people. I tell you what our members say, ordinary

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working people seeking to keep a guard on the train because they

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believe it is not safe. The members vote me in every five years and the

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executive. You have the wrong president because if members say it

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is about safety and they vote the strikes, and your president says no,

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and it is about bringing the government down, your president...

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This is a dispute led by ordinary working people seeking to defend the

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role of the guard and ensure trains are safe. This is what the dispute

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is about first and last and will continue to be about. As you said in

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the film, 30% of trains are driver only and the unions seem to have

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signed off on them and there is a reason they are now disputing?

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Southern are not laying anybody. There are no pay cuts. They said

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they will use driver only when circumstances dictate. The drivers

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union stated they never supported driver only trains but agreements in

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place, they could not argue the point. They say trains are not safe.

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Today, the Office of Road and Rail said following inspection of the

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trains they are satisfied suitable equipment, competent procedures, it

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is a safe method of working. On the flip unions emphasise the warnings

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like equipment and procedures in place. It is all arguing still.

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There are more strikes planned but measures being put in place to ease

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the pressure? There are strikes coming up but at the moment the

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Confederation of passenger transport say they will lay on 200 coaches

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paid for by Southern. Priority will be given to key workers like nurses,

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police, firefighters, TV presenters! National Express will put on a

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service on certain lines like Brighton to London. Coaches versus

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rail. Exactly. Nothing more depressing when they say get off and

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get on the bus. Even more depressing for commuters, it may spread across

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the country. It is not looking good. Merseyrail said they plan to bring

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in driver-only operated trains. Also London Midland, South West Trains,

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also reporting they might. The RMT says if that happens you might be

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looking at more strikes. Not good news. Thanks.

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Now, it's the time of year when lifeboat crews across the country

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In just the last 48 hours, 16 lifeboats have been launched,

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with strong winds and rough seas to contend with.

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Recently, it was the 50th anniversary of one of the RNLI's

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most dramatic rescues, and we've been given

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exclusive access to the brave volunteers who were involved.

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50 years ago this winter, RNLI cruising Wales were called out to

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one of the most treacherous and daring rescues to date. A Greek

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freighter Nafsiporos was sailing between Liverpool and Belfast when

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storms hit and her engines failed. The ship and crew were stranded. It

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was very nasty. Things are getting drastic. The Holyhead lifeboat was

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the first on the scene. It was blowing an absolute hurricane. It

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was out to 100 mile per hour storm. I had no clue what would happen. I

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was the new kid on the block but I learned quick. Unbelievable. It was

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like climbing mountains. Up one and down the other. You could not drive

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through them. The second officer was on board the Greek freighter. The

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vessel, because of the rolling, the chain. Visibility was reduced,

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making it a struggle to locate the ship. The waves were pushing us. The

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strong winds, to the rocks. The rocks look like knives. Big knives.

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Time was running out. When we got to the casualty, when we got alongside,

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I knew straightaway what to do, it is instinctive. You had to get these

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guys. The lifeboat from the Nafsiporos was detached and hanging

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off the ship, making the rescue more dangerous. The lifeboat is quite a

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big thing. You went back and forth. The rowers came through the cabin.

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Most of the people... The Greek sailors, that is their

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life. We had to drag them off. The crew managed to get five of the

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Greek sailors aboard before having to pull away because of damage to

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their boat. Another Anglesey crew had arrived and were able to

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continue the rescue. Both lifeboats returned to Holyhead together. You

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don't think of the danger. You get on with the job. If you are going to

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go, you are going to go. It is quick. I was never frightened. Our

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job was to go there, get the crew off the ship and bring them ashore,

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which is what we did. In a mission lasting 24 hours, the volunteer

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lifeboat men managed to rescue 15 Greek sailors. And, thankfully,

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despite appalling conditions, no lives were lost. All the lifeboat

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men were honoured with medals at the time for their bravery and to mark

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the occasion 50 years later, the RNLI are resenting the surviving

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crew men with special commemorative awards. Although unable to travel

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here today, the second officer from the Greek vessel has sent a message

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to express his gratitude. We achieved something, to save those

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lives. Because of us he is a grandfather and a happy one. It is a

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nice thought. Not many people say that. There has never been a thank

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you. We take it for granted. It is a job. We do not do it to be

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recognised. We do it because we are members of the RNLI. I am proud of

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my career and would do it tomorrow if I had the chance. Thank you,

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thank you. Dave, we were talking about the RNLI and the fact you had

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a place of Roa Island. It is half a mile off Barrow in Furness. I lived

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there are about ten years. Just up from the lifeboat station and a lot

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of my mates were lifeboat men. Especially Chunky. We have a

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picture. That is not in his lifeboat man garb. He is going to kill us! He

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was great. I would go for a cup of tea and we would ask advice. We

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would set out for the Isle of Man but because of the prevailing wind

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would turn up in Whitehaven! To be fair, you ended up in Fleetwood

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once. That was thanks to Chunky. It is like ballooning, you're sailing.

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Abstract expressionist sailing. We were supposed to be in the Isle of

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Man because we were filming. We were supposed to take the catamaran from

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Roa Island and we had a crew and it started to get rough and it was

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awful. He popped his head up above the cockpit and said Will you get me

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off this flaming thing? We went, shall we go to Fleetwood, Dave? We

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called the lifeboat man and said what do you reckon? He said you daft

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beggars, get into Fleetwood. We have the crew on the Isle of Man and hat

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to phone them from a chip shop in Fleetwood.

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You have got a programme all about comfort food. It is the perfect time

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of year for it in January. Who doesn't like a bit of comfort food?

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It is all about nostalgic food, isn't it? What did you grow up on?

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We have pictures of you as little boys here, which are very sweet.

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That is you, Dave. That is me, my dad and my mum at Christmas. Very

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posh around yours! What were you eating? That is me on my dad's

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scooter. We had a sugar basin which fit a tin of salmon, butter, brown

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bread. If you make the tin last a second day, my dad would mash it up

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with a boiled egg and make spread. Look at this picture! That's me dad

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standing there really proud! That was in... Which one is you! I got

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two types of nits. One of the monkey and one off the flaming parrot!

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That's the first time on a motorbike. That is my dad's Phantom.

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I would hold the handle bars when he was up the back street, coming back

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from work. You like mince and mash. Anything with gravy and mash. You

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two have... We have dirty, guilty secrets! I don't know about everyone

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watching... In the series we cook beautiful food. The best we have

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ever cooked. We have gone back in the minds of our mind and I came up

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with this one, it is Marmite and marmalade. So, you see it is sweet

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and sour. I like both separately. But never together! It works. Some

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we made earlier. As pregnant woman, who knows. It may be the best thing

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ever! Yes! It's good! I love it! That is

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delicious. Then it goes a bit quirky! What do you mean? This is

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good student food. It is meaty sweet! What about the cheese and

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biscuits then? A bit of a guilty food pleasure, this. I mean I've

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gone a bit posh because I'm not just squeezing it into my mouth now and

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eating pineapple chunk, I have it on a biscuit. Now according to the

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Dicktry... Can you do healthy eating with comfort food? You fluctuate,

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you go as dieters one minute and then comfort food the next. We are

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normal people. One of the most comforting things I love is a roast

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chicken dinner. I have to cut down on the spuds. That is because you

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have to. One of the... One of the stuff that my mum used to do, it was

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flat rib broth. It is healthy. There's no fat in it.

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Full of goodness as well. Quickly, mean you've got chefs and people

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from all over the world involved as well. So who do you think does the

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best comfort food? Is it us? Yes. It is. And it's great because we the

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multi-cultural nature of our society has brought all that together.

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Comfort food, there is so much and so many. We hope so, because we're

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going to do a new series! Put in the Marmite and the

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marmalade. You can see it every weekday afternoon. It is pub grub

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tomorrow. Yes. Very nice. We are sticking now with nostalgic dishes

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because the latest instalment of Ricky's A to Z of British food is up

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next. We are up to F. We have not gone far! See what you think!

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I'm on a journey across the country to discover Britain's best regional

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food. And I'm using your suggestions to

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guide me. We map the A to Z of brilliant British food.

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You sent me loads of suggestions for F. Stuart Evans wasn't the only one

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to suggest to me to head north. Loads of you suggested fish and

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chips. I headed to Harrogate to try a fats aal. Dozens of -- dozens of

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you tempted me with faggots. They were popular in South Wales, during

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rationing after the Second World War. I have come to a food market to

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meet fifth generation butcher, Chris, known for his faggots: Come

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on in. Our faggots are made to a traditional Welsh family recipe. My

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grandmothers, and it is all fresh ingredients. What is in it? Onions,

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belly pork. My secret ingredients, fresh liver and some dry bread. Have

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you ever changed the faggots to make them more modern? We have changed

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them in the past, but we always keep on coming back to this simple

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recipe. It is fool-proof. Years ago it was a waste product. It was all

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the waste from the pig. The only waste on a pig is its squeal.

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Once the ingredients have been mixed, Chris rolls them into balls

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and pops them into the oven. While our faggots cook away, I will speak

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to the people of Carmarthen and see what they think about one of the key

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ingredients - ofal. Awfully good or bad? Awful!

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Awful! It is terrible! It is wonderful. You

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like it? Especially faggots. Faggots It is bad. I am a child of the war.

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You made use of any bits. Do you think we should make more use of it?

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The animal is dead, why waste it. After a while the faggots are there

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for me to taste. Oh, really good. They are moist. They are like a

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meatball. It is fat-free, just about. We could modernise the way

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they look maybe a little bit, maybe we would get people to fall in love

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with ofal again. Let's do it. All they need is a makeover. I am going

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to dress them up, using the best Carmarthen market has to offer. I

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have been around the market, got my ingredients, now time to jazz up my

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faggots. For my new-look faggots I need salad, caramelised onions, some

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bacon, the mixture, of course and a slice of blue cheese, before serving

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in a brioche bun. Now for a taste test. What will the people of

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Carmarthen think of my modern, boutique faggots. Would you like to

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try one? No, thanks. What do you mean, no! Ladies, come on? I could

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eat and eat it. It is really nice. I am on a diet. Tell them that!

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Yeah. Would you be prepared to try one for me? No. OK. This character

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here would. I am not feeding these to the dogs! How could you say, no!

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? Maybe if nobody tries them. And I have some left! Chris, we have heard

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what everyone else thinks. You are the man who matters. Tell me what

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you think of the job I have done with them?

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To die for! I think a lot of chefs around this

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area will catch on to this now. They will be copycats. It is good, isn't

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it? Exceptionally good. Chris, will you do me an honour of sticking

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these faggots on my map of A to Z of food. That is F ticked off. Where

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will J take me on my A to Z tour? That sticker they stuck on South

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Wales was not particularly attractive!

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LAUGHTER I mean! I am so glad you say that,

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Alex! I mean, I apologise to everybody watching from the area.

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You are fans of faggots, aren't they? You? You could do the hairy

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faggots! There's a certain following we've

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got, you know! So many programme ideas! It is incredible. Ricky is

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still on the hunt. You will lose it again, like last night, if you are

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not careful. It is your last show, isn't it? The last show tonight.

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As many of you will know, I am off on Fridays because I do Countryfile.

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This is really our last show together before... We will obviously

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see each other. Yes. Will you be at the birth, Matt, or not? I don't

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know. I will see what I'm doing. With all of this in mind we have

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found somebody to give you a little bit of last-minute advice. I

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mentioned her at the top of the programme, but this lady, two weeks

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ago gave birth in front of 250,000 people. You are joking! Sorry it was

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her labour. The labour! I have juice arrived at the

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maternity wing. The contractions are coming every

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five minutes or so. Definitely ... I am in the hospital being monitored

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at the moment. Can somebody else do this? I don't want to do this bit!

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It will all be worth it! Hi. It's SJ and baby!

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Sarah-Jayne joins us live now from Richmond. We have time for a couple

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of questions. Sarah, Jayne, massive congratulations. The baby is

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gorgeous. On a scale of one to ten, how much did you want to jump out of

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the window? Definitely a nine-and-a-half. I did

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it all on gas and air. It is fine! What kind of reaction did you get

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and how far afield were people watching you from? Well it was

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shared on the channel Facebook page, which is an on-line village for

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mums. Positive from them. As it got wider I think more and more, that we

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were so shocked so many people watched it. People who thought we

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shared the actual birth live thought it was crazy. It was just the pre

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early labour and the birth announcement. Very positive. What

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did your husband say about all of this? Was he OK with it?

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Yeah. He was very happy and supportive. The whole family watched

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from Sweden and in the UK. He was just, we didn't want to share the

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birth. Even he was not too keen on watching that bit of it. Yeah, he

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was very supportive. Listen, all the best with everything. Thank you for

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joining us live here. I know you want your birth to be as private as

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it can be, but apparently the radio times and BBC One have got together

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and I mean this is quite extraordinary... To be honest with

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you... This is birth live on BBC! And we have commissioned these now,

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Call The Midwife now! And planet birth, and I'm I'm a celebrity get

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me out of here. That is all we have time for now.

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Serious comfort food every weekend afternoon.

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Paddy Kielty's with me tomorrow, and we'll be joined

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we've run at almost completely 100% capacity.

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We've got lots of patients now competing. There's no beds.

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Presented by Matt Baker and Alex Jones.

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