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Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Academy Award winner Cuba Gooding Jr to talk about his new role in the West End revival of Chicago.


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Hello and welcome to

The One Show with Alex Jones...

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And Matt Baker.

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Thanks to everyone who has

already sent in nominations

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for our Health Awards.

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We've had about 1000 already.

Fantastic.

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We're running it

with The Patients' Association.

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We're off to a great start.

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It's terrific to see that so many

people want to nominate NHS staff

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Almost 1000 since last night when we

mentioned it.

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You can go to our website

to see the categories

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and all the details of how to enter.

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We can't accept letters

so if you are not on the internet

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please ask a friend who is to help

you out.

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Our guest tonight was born

in New York and made his name in LA,

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but he's just as well-known on this

side of the pond.

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Yeah, and long before Harry

and Meghan, he was angling

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for a trans-Atlantic royal romance

of his own...

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Can I say how deeply hurt I was that

you didn't choose to kiss me

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earlier, Stephen?

LAUGHTER

Thank you!

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That's the first time I've ever

kissed a member of the Royal family!

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Pucker up everybody, it's Cuba

Gooding Jr!

CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Hello.

He never calls!

Ian Evatt

calls. He is nearly royalty but not

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quite, Stephen Fry. What about Harry

and Megan? Everyone is getting

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excited here. What is it like on

your side of the pond?

I don't know,

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I'm here. I'm sure the

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I'm here. I'm sure the buzz...

Everyone in my life is like, can't

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wait to get over their and see it.

It's enough to make you want to

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quit!

Did you manage to catch the

Oscars?

I did.

Frances McDormand,

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the words she wanted everyone to

hear with inclusion riders. Aiming

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for equality. That is something that

is being talked a lot about in

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Hollywood?

You know, listen... I was

interviewed extensively when they

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did the Oscars. People with

different sides of the opinion, but

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at the end of the day it is a

conversation that starts change and

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that is all we are trying to do,

talk about something, talk about an

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issue, and even if it is just a

subtle change, even if it's someone

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being more accountable for their

involvement in diversity and what

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not, it's a good thing structure

absolutely.

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When the fox hunting

ban came into effect

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in England and Wales in 2005,

it might have seemed like the debate

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on the issue was over.

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But 13 years later,

tensions continue.

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40,000 people still take part

in trail or drag hunts every year,

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saying they are a vital part

of the rural way of life.

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And the anti-hunt movement

is still active too,

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but their tactics have changed.

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Here's Joe.

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63-year-old teacher Lesley is used

to keeping a close eye on her pupils

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but in her spare time, attention

turns to the activities of those who

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hunt with in Cheshire.

We have it on

film, you better called off right

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now!

You are getting on my way so I

can't.

And today I am joining her as

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she monitors a local trail hunt. And

her colleagues at not Sam Hunt

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Summit of the volunteers who follow

various fronts and if there is any

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evidence of illegal activity, they

hope to capture it. The hunting ban

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has been in place for the last 30

years and prohibits the hunting

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foxes with a pack of hounds but the

hounds are allowed to trail hunt,

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tracing a scent laid down before the

takes place.

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The monitors claim the evidence they

gathered shows that foxes are being

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intentionally hunted. The hunt

organisers say foxes are sometimes

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killed but it is always by accident

during a trail hunt. We filmed the

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organisers laying the trail for

today's comps but Leslie is

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sceptical that has any effect.

The

hounds don't show any interest,

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never, ever. It is a bruise.

Goes on

the hunt would disagree. What is

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your relationship like with the

hunt?

They probably see me as a boil

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that needs popping.

Tension and

suspicion is high on both sides.

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Everyone seems to be recording what

the other is doing. This group, who

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are part of the hunt, are riding

quad bikes and concealing their

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faces. Who are the people with

covered faces?

They are terrier men.

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If the fox goes to ground in a

badger set or fox earth, the

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Terriers are put down the hole to

get the fox up so the hunt can carry

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on chasing it.

But speculation is

not enough, monitors have to prove

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foxes are being actively pursued or

killed deliberately. Some of their

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footage is under review by the CPS

and police say there are two formal

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investigations as a direct result of

monitor footage. How hard is it to

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gather evidence?

We have do have

what we call the money shot, which

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is the fox fleeing. The other is the

hounds chasing the fox and the third

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main one is the Huntsman showing in

tents, using voice or horn calls.

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tents, using voice or horn calls. We

are all those three elements in one

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shot.

You can imagine how difficult that

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is. With the hunt in full swing,

Cheshire police arrived to keep an

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eye on things. The force is under

review following complaints over the

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way alleged hunting crimes are

investigated. They told us

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logistically policing a hunt is

extremely difficult and they work

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with both sides to minimise any

illegal activity. Three hours into

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the hunt on the monitors claim to

have spotted hounds chasing a fox in

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a badger sets. They say they often

use the mother place to hide.

All of

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these have been filled in.

That

looks fresh.

The monitors believe

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the hunt does it on purpose so the

fox has nowhere to hide but they

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have no way of proving it was

deliberately filled in and it is

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strongly denied by those on the

hunt.

The fox ran from that

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direction and then the whole field

came and we tried to protect the

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badger set from more damage. We were

saying no, this is a badger set. No,

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no one laughing at us.

Filling in a

badger set is a wildlife crime with

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a six-month prison sentence and

hefty fine if caught. But with no

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evidence on film, the monitors have

no way of knowing who is

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responsible. We've been pursuing the

hunt for about four and a half hours

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now. Whether you think what's going

on is illegal or not, to observe it

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and check what is happening is

tricky, because there are only a

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couple of points when you can come

across them and see what they are

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actually doing. Today's

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event run by the Cheshire Hunt. We

approached them for an interview but

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they asked the Countryside Alliance

to speak on their behalf. How

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closely did the hunt followed the

law today?

To the letter, it's the

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law.

Why do they get masked terrier

men?

They are only masked because

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they are on a quad bike and it's to

protect them. They repair the

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countryside. They have the equipment

to late trails in their boxes and

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mend fences because that is their

job. They can access parts of the

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country that you can't get to one

foot.

Was about the allegations of

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filling in badger sets?

There's a

lot of CCTV on a number of badger

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sets around the country they will

find out who's doing but it is not a

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hunt directive at all. It is very

convenient it happened on the date

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the cameras are out of the monitors.

Who's to say they didn't do it

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themselves?

A suggestion strongly

denied by the monitors. In Cheshire,

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the hunt is drawing to a close and

although they didn't capture

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evidence of illegal fox hunting for

Leslie it is still a day well spent.

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We don't just come out to get of

illegal hunting. In my view, even if

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the monitors save one fox in a day,

it is worth it.

Joe Lewis here to

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speak about this a bit more.

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With these film clips that are

taken, has anyone been arrested or

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prosecuted?

There have been a number

of cases where there have been

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successful prosecutions on the back

of filming. In Oxfordshire, it was

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successfully proved using footage

gathered over several days that

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hounds were being encouraged to

pursue foxes. The organisers were

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find thousands of pounds. In

Somerset also, and for the first

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time last year, a prosecution in

Scotland, where footage was

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instrumental in improving illegal

fox hunting was taking place. But,

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and there is a big but, there's

always two sides to everything.

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Given the amount of hunts going out

and hunting days, there are and have

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been very few prosecutions for fox

hunting. The other thing is it is

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not just fox hunts who fall foul of

the law. The cyber tours and

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monitors have been found guilty in

certain circumstances.

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certain circumstances. Sabateurs

were found guilty of trespass.

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Another monitor in Wales was found

guilty of assault and intimidating a

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hunt member. It is heated and there

is violence and abuse on both sides.

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Collusion.

We will leave it there.

Huber, we will talk about Chicago

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very shortly.

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First, a few hours ago...

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This was me.

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That's a cold water test.

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For cold water swimming. I'm doing a

challenge and they say you have to

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do the test before you take part.

Brothers don't like the cold!

It was

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freezing.

You looked really calm, it

bodes well.

I was like a swan with

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the legs going manic.

Poker face,

bodes well for Loch Ness. At least

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you're not doing this alone. This is

the whole point.

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We find out about the motivation

driving the mother of all

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This year our sport challenge will

be a tough one so I'm relieved I

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won't be alone. And with just a few

weeks to go before it begins, it is

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time for me to meet my team-mates.

Have you been training?

Yeah...

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Yeah, but only for the last five

weeks.

Five weeks?

Prior to that I

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was sat on the couch for 50 years!

Why did you choose to do it?

For me

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it was the fact my whole life I've

never finished anything. When I saw

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this, I was like, this is my thing.

My name is Jodi, I'm 29 and I live

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with my partner Ben. I have two

sons. When I first it was quite

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dramatic, I lost a lot of blood and

they handed me me this baby and I

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didn't know him.

Jodi struggled to

bond with her baby because of this

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pressure she and his split up.

I was

in this place where it was very

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dark. I was very isolated. I felt so

alone. I just didn't have that

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connection. You feel you should

have, as a mother, and that

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continued until he was about two

years old and I met Ben.

With the

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help of Ben Jodi fought her

postnatal depression and after six

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years she fell pregnant again.

I

started becoming obsessed with

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getting their baby out. I would

stand at the top of the stairs and

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think, if I just fell down the

stairs, they'd have to take me to

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hospital. I went in to see the

consultant and she just took one

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look at me and went, we need to get

this baby out, now. They gave meet

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him and I held him and I loved him.

It was like this just lifted off my

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head. I came home and Taylor was

made to be a Big Brother. I suddenly

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felt like a mother. It helps me. It

gave me a chance to try and, what I

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felt, fixed some of the damage I'd

done, and that was

All of our mums

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taking part have experienced some

difficulty on their journey of

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motherhood. I think a group of

mothers are the most capable because

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we deal with so much on a daily

basis.

I think more than anything, I

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just felt like I wanted to do

something for me. I had IVF and

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nobody would talk about it or they

would back off as if it was a bit of

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a taboo. I was like, let's talk

about it.

Leigh from Glasgow had a

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normal pregnancy with her first son

Ross and after meeting her new

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husband Colin found they had

problems conceiving.

To find out

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that you can't get pregnant

naturally, it's quite devastating.

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One of the options available to us

was IVF treatment. So when I went

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along and had my scan, the doctor

was looking at the monitor, she

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wasn't seeing what she would expect

to see at that stage. Unfortunately

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it was a miscarriage. I was

devastated. I couldn't stop crying.

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It was like grief. To be honest, it

was like a child dying, I can't

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describe it as anything else. Once I

was able to talk about it, I talked

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about it until I was raw and I

didn't think anyone would listen

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because that is my form of therapy.

I was like, let's go again. And it

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worked. I had twins, Freya and

Ethan.

Our mums want to help raise

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as much money for Sport Relief as

they can, and I am going to help

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them. But it is not going to be

easy, as part of their training

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ready for Loch Ness they first had

to face the chilly temperatures of

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this lake.

It is incredibly tough

even for seasoned open water

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swimmers. It is absolute purgatory.

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I couldn't get a breath.

As soon as

the waves came, I was panicking.

I

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got through it, and to see the other

girls just going for it I was like,

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I'm not getting left behind!

I'm

more worried about this one than any

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other Sport Relief challenge. I just

hope the girls and I will become a

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team.

I love being part of a group.

Can't believe how cold it was!

I

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think as a team we will be really

strong together.

We might have

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struggled to be the mothers we

thought we were going to be. It

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doesn't matter. You can do

absolutely anything. Failure is not

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an option.

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Strong words to finish on.

As you

can see, these girls are very

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motivated. Thank you to them for

talking about subjects that are very

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difficult, especially being so

honest about it.

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To support the Mother

of All Challenges and make

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a donation to Sport Relief you can

donate £5 by texting

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the word MUM to 70205.

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To donate £10, text

the word MUM to 70210.

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Or, if you're feeling particularly

generous, you can donate £25,

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by texting the word MUM to 70220.

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Show me the money!

Cuba's on it!

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Texts will cost your donation

plus your standard network message

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charge and all your donation will go

to Sport Relief.

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You must be 16 or over and please

ask the bill payer's permission.

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For full terms and conditions,

or to donate any amount online,

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go to bbc.co.uk/sportrelief.

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And while we're talking mothers,

congratulations to Angela who has

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just given birth to a daughter -

Ruby.

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If you are watching, Angela,

congratulations and lots of love.

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I'm very nervous about this

challenge. The question is, how are

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you feeling, Cuba Gooding Jr near,

about this?

Oh, yes. In three weeks'

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time, that would be you, sir. It's

like we're in rehearsals. This is

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something else.

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Yesterday was the first day of

rehearsals.

Yesterday was the first

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day. Horrifying! It's just

terrifying because everybody is

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nervous. OK, what's he going to do?

Can he sing. We know he can dance

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and has energy but can he sing? And

I'm, do they think I can sing? You

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just go and you create a character

and you meet people who all want you

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to win and you want to win for them

and the family is created and we

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bring a little soul to it.

A lot of

people have played Billy Flynn, a

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real smoothie.

Not like this!

We've

had John Barrowman, David

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Hasselhoff, Richard Gere. The King

of smooth.

Amateurs!

We know that

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Richard Gere can't really sing and

dance but are you bringing some soul

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to it?

We've got a lot of love down

there. We're moving. I guess there

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were a couple of touring companies

around the UK and we have taken the

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best of the best and surrounded by

these wonderful men and women. It's

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like one fluid, vocal... You know.

Thing.

You did grow up in a very

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musical family. Both of your parents

were singers.

I did. The main

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ingredient, Cuba Gooding Jr senior.

My mother, her opening act was a

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little group called Diana Ross and

the Supremes. Their group, the

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sweethearts disbanded when they got

pregnant and they were replaced by a

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Diana Ross and the Supremes.

We know

you are an incredible break dancer.

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This is the kind of stuff that

potentially Cuba will be bringing to

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the West End.

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APPLAUSE

You're obviously going to have some

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kind of Lycra put into your taxi

dough.

Billy Flynn is cool. He

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doesn't flip on the floor.

So how

are you going to bring your moves to

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Billy Flynn?

He knows how to

manipulate people to want to be

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around him. All the ladies in the

show, they want Billy! And then he

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walks out. Then he does his thing.

You know. So...

You are in the zone

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and you have only had one day in

rehearsals.

Just finished the

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second. I'm really excited. You

don't understand, American actors

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worship anything that is on the West

End. We look over there, we go, wow,

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Shakespeare, son Laurence Olivier,

we did it. When I got the

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opportunity to come over here, they

ask me to audition. I said, of

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course. You get emotional. It's a

real feather in the cap.

You are

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going to be an excellent Billy.

We

really can't wait to see it. It

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opens in the West End at the Phoenix

Theatre on March 26.

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We can all make wild

claims sometimes -

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Cuba once said he had too much sex

appeal to play James Bond.

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But possibly the most outrageous

claim we've ever heard is from a man

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Did I say that?

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But possibly the most outrageous

claim we've ever heard is from a man

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whose family got in touch to say

he's 'faster than Google'

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at recalling facts.

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Alex Riley's been

putting him to the test.

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If you have voice actor to

technology at home, you might want

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to cover its ears now.

They are the

must have home gadget, web connected

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virtual assistants. They have exotic

names. They can tell you the latest

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news and weather, play music,

control gadgets around your home

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like eating and lightning, they can

even answer questions. Who is Alex

0:21:230:21:29

Riley?

He is an American

professional wrestler and

0:21:290:21:35

commentator.

It's estimated that 3

million households have a smart

0:21:350:21:41

speaker.

I have three kids so they

spend a lot of time trying to speak

0:21:410:21:46

to it.

If you pronounce a Welsh

place name slightly wrong, it will

0:21:460:21:51

get it completely wrong.

It tells

you jokes.

Funny jokes?

No.

But can

0:21:510:22:07

the leading smart speaker 's beat

our human Google? On which day did

0:22:070:22:15

Concorde Mate it's fastest

transatlantic flight? Humphrey, also

0:22:150:22:23

known as Gary Kemp has agreed to

take on the smart speaker is in a

0:22:230:22:30

fact off. Man will vie with machine

to answer correctly in the quickest

0:22:300:22:35

possible time. Remember, the order

of the questions and the speakers

0:22:350:22:38

have been chosen at random. Who

cares? It's only a bit of fun.

0:22:380:22:45

Humphrey, in this first round, you

will be taking on Alexa.

I don't

0:22:450:22:53

know that one.

Time starts now. What

year did Henry third become the king

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of England.

He was king of the

Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth from

0:23:020:23:10

1573-75.

He became king of England

in 1516.

Both incorrect. 1216. Which

0:23:100:23:18

jockey won the Grand National horse

race in 1971.

Don't know who the

0:23:180:23:23

jockey was.

When did the Titanic set

off?

Wednesday the 10th of May 1912.

0:23:230:23:31

Correct. The score is 2.2 Humphrey

and zero to Alexa.

Sorry, I'm not

0:23:310:23:39

sure.

I am. Zero points. Next,

Humphrey is up against Google home.

0:23:390:23:49

Sorry, I'm not sure how to help.

When did William Shakespeare die?

0:23:490:23:56

The 23rd of April 16 16.

Correct.

Humphrey just pipped Google home by

0:23:560:24:05

being quicker with the right answer.

Humphrey, use good four points.

0:24:050:24:12

Google, use you scored zero points.

But I'm learning every day.

0:24:120:24:25

But I'm learning every day.

Siri,

how are you feeling?

Let's talk

0:24:260:24:28

about you not me.

How many colours

on the flag of the United States.

0:24:280:24:36

Three colours, red, white and blue.

When was the Battle of Waterloo?

0:24:360:24:43

18th of June 18 15. Humphrey just

sneaked that one. Humphrey has just

0:24:430:24:49

got the edge but the speaker is not

quitting. When was the first

0:24:490:24:54

Wimbledon tennis tournament?

1887.

Roger Federer decimated Thomas

0:24:540:25:04

Berdych.

He wasn't even born. Stop!

Siri, stop! Age are to Kent to the

0:25:040:25:18

final round of questions. The

overall scores are in. It is one

0:25:180:25:23

point to the speakers while Humphrey

scored 12 points. Congratulations,

0:25:230:25:28

you have won the One Show fact. The

smartest speaker was Google home.

0:25:280:25:41

Apple with three and Amazon Eco got

zero points. You need a wild

0:25:410:25:50

Humphrey on the table. We've got one

on the sofa. Goodness me. What was

0:25:500:25:57

the question you got wrong?

It was

about the Titanic. I couldn't think

0:25:570:26:04

of Kate Winslet's name. That was the

only one.

That test was clearly too

0:26:040:26:11

easy for you.

We are going to push

you now.

0:26:110:26:24

We want to know, does Humphrey know

Cuba Gooding Jr better

0:26:240:26:27

than Cuba Gooding Jr

knows Cuba Gooding Jr?

0:26:270:26:30

We are going to ask questions about

you. Just go straight in. If you

0:26:300:26:37

know the answer... Here we go. A

bottle of razzle-dazzle in the

0:26:370:26:42

background.

0:26:420:26:42

Why is July 12th 1991

significant to Cuba?

0:26:420:26:48

Date Boyz In The Hood was released.

0:26:480:26:51

Correct, it was.

Let's move on.

Was

that July 12? You're good, man!

0:26:510:27:03

Great day!

0:27:030:27:04

Name all the high-schools

0:27:040:27:05

attended by Cuba...

0:27:050:27:11

I know there is four.

0:27:110:27:16

North Hollywood High School,

Tustin High School,

0:27:160:27:18

Apple Valley High

School,

0:27:180:27:19

and John F Kennedy High School.

0:27:190:27:22

Very nice.

0:27:220:27:24

How was Cuba credited in his first

film appearance in 1988?

0:27:240:27:30

If you know it, shouted.

I know it.

I was in a barber chair.

0:27:300:27:36

"Boy getting haircut"

in Coming To America.

0:27:360:27:43

Look at that, with the Afro.

0:27:430:27:45

In what year did Cuba get a star

on the Hollywood Walk of Fame?

0:27:450:27:49

2002.

0:27:490:27:52

Cuba, come on!

The year of the Snow

dog.

0:27:520:27:59

Name any five of the ten

films that Cuba appeared

0:27:590:28:02

in before Jerry Maguire.

0:28:020:28:10

Boyz In The hood

0:28:110:28:15

Lightning Jack

0:28:150:28:19

Coming To America

0:28:190:28:27

There we go. We are done. Cuba, you

were a rodeo champion, were you not?

0:28:270:28:40

I competed in competitions. We used

to do all of the rodeos in Burbank

0:28:400:28:45

California. In the early 90s.

It's

been great to meet you. Thank you

0:28:450:28:50

for coming along. Thanks to Humphrey

and of course to Cuba.

0:28:500:28:56

Chicago opens at the Phoenix

Theatre, London, on March 26th.

0:28:560:28:58

And a reminder to go to our website

0:28:580:29:00

to enter The One Show

NHS Patients Awards.

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We'll be back tomorrow

with Catherine Tate and ahead

0:29:020:29:04

of this weekend's big concert

in honour of Bruce Forsyth,

0:29:040:29:06

Lady Wilnelia Forsyth

will be here too.

0:29:060:29:09

See you tomorrow.

0:29:090:29:11

Have a lovely

0:29:110:29:11

Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Academy Award winner Cuba Gooding Jr to talk about his new role in the West End revival of Chicago.