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10/02/2017

Angela Scanlon and Richard Osman are joined by Sara Cox. Elbow perform, and the Red Nose Convoy joins the programme from Uganda.


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Hello and welcome to The One Show with Angela Scanlon.

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it's the far from pointless Richard Osman.

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APPLAUSE .

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Oh, thank you! It is the first time we have presented together.

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Hopefully not the last. you don't get much bigger

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than the one we've got tonight. a Mercury Music Prize

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and a Brit Award. And they're definitely the

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best band ever to be named after a complex synovial hinge joint

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between the upper arm and forearm. they'll be playing just for us

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along with their huge orchestra. And from the top of the charts

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to the top of the pots. She's the host of

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The Great Pottery Throwdown, or as we like to call it,

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Fifty Shades Of Clay. Good evening, I had never heard that

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one before! Are you a big fan of Elbow? I just got a case from Guy

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Garvey downstairs, he is doing whatever they do before they

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perform, some squat jumps and things.

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We'll be talking pottery and your radio show

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Has anyone ever combined and 1980s music and pottery before? Their

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years, line, how would that go down with the judges? -- there he is,

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Lionel. On Monday, 611 and he said off from Nairobi in ten ...

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Coming here, seeing how well-trained they are, that is amazing. He seems

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completely devoted to these people that he looks after in his

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community. It is moving. It is a very upbeat atmosphere. So I spent

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most of the day with Beatrice, who is the head of the mothers2mothers

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Group here. This week has been amazing.

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Live from Uganda, we are joined by half of Red Nose Convoy, Katy Brand

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comic Hugh Dennis, Russell Kane. What is it like being on the ground

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there, seeing the work that Comic Relief does face-to-face? It is

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totally different to how I thought it was going to be, I thought I was

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going to be crouched down, sobbing, meeting lots of sad people. We have

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seen a lot of vibrant, excited, empowered, liberated people. We went

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to a slum, a massive township, and there was lots of energy, but what

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they do not have is staff. We are delivering the stuff that they need,

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it has been an amazing experience so far. Katy, you visited the

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mothers2mothers project, meeting Beatrice, tell us about her. Oh,

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well, she runs an organisation called CROWD:, she is the kind of

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senior member there, and it is an organisation where mothers who are

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HIV-positive help educate other women in the area who are being

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tested, and often they become very depressed, sometimes their families

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reject them, there is a big stigma. And what mothers2mothers does, women

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who have experienced being pregnant, other women counsel them, show them

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that there is life after the HIV diagnosis, and they show them how to

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deliver the baby without transmitting the virus. They have

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got that down from a 45% rate of transmission down to just 2% with

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some very basic advice. They step in and counsel the other women, just

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giving them this positive message, it is real woman to woman

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counselling, it is really positive and encouraging. That has been the

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biggest surprise. At the start of the week, you admit it to some

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nerves, have you got used to David Baddiel's driving and company yet?!

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Yeah, well, I know David very well, and I have driven across Ethiopia

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with him, and it has been fine, it has been absolutely fine, except two

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days ago, when I was diving and he was navigating, he made me drive the

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wrong way up a dual carriageway. Not for very long, but for long enough

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to get stopped by the police! And a policeman told us that if we did it

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again, we would probably die. It was fine! Thank you so much, everybody,

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keep up the amazing work! Thank you to those three and the rest of the

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Red Nose Convoy. It is all to raise money for Comic Relief projects at

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home and in Africa. To donate ?5 text the word CONVOY...

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Now, Sara, you have been on a secret message to Africa but you can't tell

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us anything about it? The films are being shown on Red Nose Day, so I

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flew into Nairobi in Kenya, and it was kind of like the best and the

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hardest thing that I have ever done. And it was amazing, just meeting the

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people there, I am telling their stories. One thing you can

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definitely talk about is the new series of The Great Pottery

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Throwdown. Very excited that it has come back, more of the same? Yes, we

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have got more potters, more shows, the usual passionate potters just...

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We have got Keith, our judge, who sobs quite a lot. It is amazing. He

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is wonderful, you say it is more of the same, but it feels more

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maverick, the cast are so eclectic, a bit wild. Crazy potters! We were

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going to call it Potheads, because they are so into their pottery. We

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have got a cage fighter, Nam, who is amazing. We have got an artist who

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does kind of anime comics. We have got a male model, who has caused

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quite a stir in some of the papers, lots of tweets going, he can throw

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me a vase any time. And you have got guest judges? Yes, we have already

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had Emma Bridgewater, doing the sponge technique, and we have also

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got Johnny Vegas coming on. Classic potter! Yes, when he first started

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pottery, used to throw live on a wheel, using beer. Nothing can

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possibly go wrong! He surprised me, but there are a million faces back,

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like you mentioned, Keith and Kate. For the uninitiated, Keith is quite

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an emotional fellow, is he still weeping? The thing is, it is a bit

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like, go one, who is going to make him cry this week? Shall we take a

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look? He just loses it. Out of the ten of you... This detail is

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absolutely... Fantastic! I am really, really proud. Why does

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it make you cry? I think because out of the ten of you... You were so

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nervous. You have just excelled. This is a good sign, by the way,

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when he reacts like this! That was the last series, yeah. Because of

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your love of pottery and 1980s music, we thought we would combine

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it in a game. We have merged famous artists with crockery, take a look

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at this. Who is that? It is Elbow. Is this the game now? That was a

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little taster! This is the second one.

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Is it Bruno Vase? I am so excited about that. These terrible puns are

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fabulous. Platey Perry! This is the hardest one. Here we go. So Tagine

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Simmons! Turine? That was quick! Denied you are doing your

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Valentine's Day special. We have got Martin AB -- Martin Fry from ABC, it

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is on Radio 2 at 10pm tonight, and then at 10:30, you can press the red

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button on any BBC Television channel, it will appear for an

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amazing hour of 1980s love songs. We have got Sade and ZZ Top! So The

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Great Pottery Throwdown is on Thursday nights. People often

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misspelt your name with the H on the end. People often put a D on the end

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of mine. Mine was a spelling mistake. You might think that

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changing one letter wouldn't make much of a difference, but Pyles

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Brandreth has discovered the amazing story of how a typo managed to find

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one of America's most infamous assassins.

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I have a dream... Memphis, April four, 1968, American civil rights

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leader Dr Martin Luther King was assassinated. His famous dream of a

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quality turned nightmare as rioting erupted and the hunt for his

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murderer began. This is the story of how the assassination of Martin

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Luther King was caught in London thanks to a spelling mistake.

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I met an expert on that era of history. Martin Luther King was an

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African American Baptist minister, he was a doctor of theology and a

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civil rights activist. He wanted to change the status quo. A slew of

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laws that separated the races in public spaces, he was engaged in

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non-violent protest, and he is assassinated. The impact of his

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murderer? Grief around the world, for losing somebody who believes so

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passionately and deeply in non-violent resistance. The FBI were

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mobilised for what would be the largest manhunt in history. And

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there was an early breakthrough. A rifle found near the scene for the

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fingerprints of a career criminal and white supremacist, James Earl

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Ray. But he had fled to Canada to change his identity. Using a fraud

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straight out of a spy novel, US citizen Ray found the name of a

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Canadian citizen in the phone book. But a typo meant it was issued in in

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a different name. James Earl Ray kept the misspelling. So now he had

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two fake Canadian passports. In the US, the FBI worked out that Ray had

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acquired a fake passport, but until they had cross-referenced thousands

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of photographs, they have no idea what name he had taken or where he

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was. He was here, Earls Court in west London. In the 1960s, it was a

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magnet for budget travellers and the perfect place to hide in plain

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sight. Ray spent a few weeks in a succession of cheap hotels, on his

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possession a smuggled revolver. Desperate to escape the UK, he took

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a fateful trip to nearby Paddington. The owners of this July's, now a

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cafe, on an uneventful day in the trinket trade, they were rudely

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interrupted by the world's most wanted man. To this day, their

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daughter Valerie is proud of her parents' spirited response. The door

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opened, this man walked in, pulled a gun. My father grabbed his wrist and

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pushed it upwards, and my mother came steaming in with her foot. Why

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he didn't shoot is absolutely... Because he had nothing to lose. What

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did your parents make of this? My father thought it was just another

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day in Paddington. Ray went on to rob this bank, getting away with

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just ?90, and up to fund a one-way ticket by plane to Brussels. --

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enough. The final hurdle was the passports desk at Heathrow, but he

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fumbled, pulling out both fake passports at the same time, both

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identical bar one single letter. Was he, ask the customs man, Mr Sneyd or

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Mr Sney? Then he was searched and his gun was found. Celebrated

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Scotland Yard detective Tommy Butler was called in. He had a hunch about

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Mr Sneyd, his fingerprints were all over the FBI's most wanted list. Ray

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cracked - I feel so trapped, he said, as Butler arrested him. Ray

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left Britain in chains. He tried to silence King's message with a

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gunshot, he failed. Martin Luther King's sermon of hope still rings as

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loud today. Gyles is still with us, just another

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day in Paddington? I can tell about the country which

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miss-spelt its own name. 2008 Chile offered thousands of 50 coins

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describing the country Chile. They spelt it CHiie. If there was a

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newspaper headline about that it would be Chile-con-carnage.

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. At the Vatican they were celebrating the first anniversary of

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Pope Francis and they had to withdraw a special commemorative

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medal because they printed the name Jesus, as Lesus.

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That is bad going. That is a double whammy. That is not

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ideal. There are biblical connections hundreds of years. Back

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in 1631. A good year! One of my best. King Charles 1st wanted a new

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bible and the royal stationers printed one. There was a typo. When

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they got to the Ten Commandments they forgot the word "not." So the

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seventh came out as Thou shalt commit adultery!

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That is why it was one of your best years! Indeed. Interestingly, the

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king was appalled. Even thousand he did not have a good -- though he did

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not have a good track record. He fined them the equivalent of

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?40,000. There are ten of these bibles to be in existence. It is

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known as the Wicked Bible. One was sold not long ago at Bonhams for

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some ?25,000. You have all sorts of people looking

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through the Ten Commandments. There is a hp pi one I can share with you.

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Back in 2001, an American writer in the United States, she put an ad in

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her local newspaper. She was looking to get in touch with fellow authors.

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She gave her e-mail address, author 45. Well, unfortunately the

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newspaper printed it as author 54. People wrote in to author 54,

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receiving one of these emails was author 54 was Phil Sidebottom, a

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lecturer in England. He thought let me transfer the numbers, wrote to

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45, found it was this lady, they corresponded. A year later, she left

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America, came to England. Six years later they were married. 16 years

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later, they send us their best wishes here at The One Show. . I

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hope they are still wearing double denim. The Sideth bottoms. Why do

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you not have an H on the end of your name? When I was a supermodel/bar

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maid, you have to get these cards made of up you, so I was stood by a

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canal in Bolton, pouting. They put all your details on, and they spelt

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my name and knocked the H off, and it was a couple of hundred quit. I

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got the late night discussion show, and went on the Girly Show I kept

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it. And Phil Sidebottom was emailing you. Do they call you Sarah all the

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time! Soon we will hear from Elbow, who have manly beards. Here is our

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street barber, Michael. Throughout history t popularity of

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facial hair has come and gone. And come back again.

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# Give me all your loving... These days everyone has got a beard,

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even me! And nowhere is there more hair than

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here, at the British beard and moustache championships in live

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peerle. This place has every -- Liverpool. This place has every type

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of human hair - there are some very varied ones competing for the top

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accolades. Everybody needs a bit of help before they go out in front of

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the judging panel. That is where I come in. First up is a reigning

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champion, Mike The Chops Wallage. I can help his overall look by sorting

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out his barnet. How did he get started in this beard business? A

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number of years ago I was involved in quite a serious accident, I

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smashed my legs very, very badly, to the point, at the time, we didn't

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know if I was actually going to keep them. I saw a programme on the

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television called Whisker Words. Bearding is a sport of grooming and

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presented one's facial hair. This is Whisker Wars. That is when I started

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to grow the beard. It has been... Life changing. People say growing a

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beard is a journey. It literally has been that for me - many journeys.

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You cannot do that with split ends. That one is on the verge. I'll let

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you have that one. Happy? Lovely job, thank you Michael!

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A beard and moustache championship is a Broadchurch, with a category

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for just about everyone and I mean everyone. This is Mandy and she is

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entering the fake natural beard competition. We have got a beard

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over here. Let me go and get that. So, it is fake natural in the sense

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that it looks natural. Absolutely, yes. A good colour match as well.

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What does Mandy see in facial hair? It's just manly. Manly! OK, I like

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it. Oh, my God! It really looks good.

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That's what is so strange about it! It sort of suits you. Thanks. What I

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am realising today is beards and moustaches are not a mere fashion

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accessory, but an integral part of who these people are. Often,

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however, the real reason people grow beards is to hide what is beneath. I

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would like to encourage not to be ashamed of their bare-faced self-s.

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Will anyone in here let me whip off their fuss? What would it take for

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me to shave it off? Oh! Absolutely must be joking! No way! Who wants to

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go first? He does. I have found one man who is up to the challenge. Are

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you sure you want this done? OK. This could be a close shave in more

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ways than one. What's he doing? Getting rid of it. Doing what you

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lot should have done ages ago. It feels like doing it wrong here - it

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is like being at a football match. It's all going to go. There is a new

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tip. Take the mirror. Oh! Wow! Wow! How does it feel? Cold

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and really, doesn't feel right. I'm not used to it. Loving the hair,

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though. Would any of you lot consider it next? I am free for the

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next 20 minutes! See you soon! At least there's one bloke in there

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with less facial hair than me. I have got some growing to do, I can

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tell you! Thank you Michael. You have

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something a little... Oh, that is it, an eyelash. We are joined now by

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Guy Garvey everybody. Seventh studio album, Little

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Fictions, number one. More up beat than some of your stuff. You are

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optimistic, for some reason We felt we should write a positive record.

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There is plenty not to feel positive about. We thought we should dwell on

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the great things going on. I got married in the summer. You have got

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a child on the way? Got a baby on the way. You are still touring?

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Fingers crossed he will stay there until the end of the tour. How does

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the wife feel about you being so close to the due date? It is not

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ideal. She's made of stern stuff, is Rach. You have persuaded Benedict

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Cumberbatch to be in one of your videos - how did you manage that? He

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is a pal. We thought if he's in the video millions rather than thousands

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will look at it. We can buy that yacht we've been looking at. You

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will sing us out. We will send you on your way. Enjoy it. Elbow's new

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album, Little Fictions is out right now. Thanks to my co-host tonight,

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Richard Osman. Pleasure. Thank you to Cox cox. The The Great Pottery

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Throw Down is on Thursdays. 8pm ppm. BBC Two.

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Now to play us out is Elbow. # Where all the biggest

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questions meet # With little feet

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stood in the sand # The echoes swell

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to nothing on the tide # And sets it as

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a sapphire in her mind # Throwing both her arms

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around the world # Throwing both her arms

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around the world Are you ready for the next

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ten years? I'm pregnant.

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