08/09/2017 The One Show


08/09/2017

Alex Jones is joined by guest presenter Fay Ripley and three of her Cold Feet co-stars - James Nesbitt, Robert Bathurst and Leanne Best.


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I just can't do it, Alex, I can't go on tonight - sorry.

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I'm so short sighted I can't read the autocue.

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If I could see a friendly face it might put me at ease.

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Hello, and welcome to The One Show with Cold Feet's Fay Ripley.

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I'm only kidding about tonight's guests - I actually never

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It's my great friends Jimmy Nesbitt, Leanne Best and Robert Bathurst!

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Good to see it. Thank you for being with us. We are all very excited.

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Cold Feet is back on our TV screens tonight and you were at a special

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cast screening last night - how was that?

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I was basically way too nervous to look at myself.

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I didn't see it - was drinking wine with Hermione.

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I had some rose and it wasn't too difficult. But you guys watch that?

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Actually you're not really in the first one.

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LAUGHTER It was all right. Jimmyl and I

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cringed at the back. Leanne, what did you think? I thought it was

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lovely, I had are tear in my eye. You haven't gotten cynical like us.

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And one other thing I think we missed out with Cold Feet over the

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years, we couldn't really watch it because we were in it. You couldn't

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be objective. But having had such a gap for all those years, then coming

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back last year, it feels fresh and nice to see you can see what the

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other scenes are about that you're not in. Well, we will talk more

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later on. I have a bone to pick

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with you, Jimmy Nesbitt - we were in your neck of the woods

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a few weeks ago on our Causeway Crawl in Northern Ireland -

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where the hell were you? My second home is in Portrush. There

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is no point having that if you can't make it on to The One Show! Jimmyl

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owns Northern Ireland... You were sorely missed, some extent we will

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beat you for every day, because you are the main attraction. A question

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for you, do dogs feel guilt? Many owners say yes, including me I

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think, but does the science agree? Here Angelika... -- here is

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Angelica. When canine friends are guilty of

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the owners tell us about it online, but do they really feel guilty about

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their bad behaviour? This police officer Steve O'Callaghan regularly

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posts pictures online offers mischievous mutts. Do you believe

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they shall guilt? Really does show it, head down, looking guiltily at

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you. A bit of a giveaway when they have done something naughty. Steve

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is not alone. Around three quarters of dog owners believe their dogs can

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feel guilt, but can they? I have come to a dog centre in Hull to get

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to the bottom of this, to recreate some experiments originally carried

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out by scientists in New York. We are testing of that classic look

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with a dog might hide, dropped its ears or cower is symbolic of guilt.

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The first thing we will do is bring the dogs and their owners in here

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and we will ask the owners to place a treat in a ball and tell their

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dogs to leave it. The owner will then leave the room. When they are

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owed either the dog will eat the treat, like Eddie, we will remove it

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from the bowl. When they come back, they will be asked to guess whether

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the dog has eat in the treat or not. The challenge, can they owners guess

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whether their dog has eaten the treat or not, based on their look

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alone? We have rigged the experiment room with hidden cameras, and we

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will be watching from the sidelines as the action unfolds. First in the

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dock, Eddie. Remember, he did eat the treat after being told not to.

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With his turning his head on me, yes. You think he is guilty?

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Correct, he was. This is Barney has also eat in the treat after being

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told not to. Straightaway. He was in there. Where's the treat? Where has

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it gone? I would probably say guilty. They are both guilty of

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eating the treat, and the owners think they can tell, but what will

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happen when we take the treat away. Will the owners be able to tell

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their dogs are innocent? I think Sampson has a very good poker face.

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Samson, did you eat the treat? As soon as the owner thought he had

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eaten it, his tail went back, and his tail was tucked in. Do you think

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he is guilty? Yes. But he isn't. Will Morag's owner work it out?

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Morag, what did you do? Oh, no. The dog started barking when the owner

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asked the question, have you done something you shouldn't have done,

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and the owner's body language changed at that point and the dog

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responded. They think she's guilty? Guilty. All four thought their dogs

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were guilty but only two actually were. The owners really can't tell

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what their dogs have done. Dogs don't have a concept of guilt in the

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way we understand it. We need to do another experiment to find out a

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little bit more. But this time we are not going to be completely

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truthful. Oscar is guilty. He couldn't wait to eat the treat, but

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that is not what we are telling his owner. Was really good actually,

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I've taken it away. Goodbye! She treat him as if he has been good, so

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he act innocent. Because their behaviour changes depending on the

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owner we know that their behaviour is about interaction with the owner

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not about whether they have eaten or not it in the treat. Bigby, what did

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you do? Dogs act guilty in response to their owner's body language

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regardless of whether they are guilty or not. If we can demonstrate

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to people that dogs don't know whether they have done wrong, that

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little bit of understanding helps us teach our dogs what we want them to

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do rather than punishing them for the things we don't -- that they

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don't know wrong. What do our owners think about the results? Not what I

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thought. Guilty looking, thought Id give things away, but it was just

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the way I asked. Do you things, boys and girls, it is all down to your

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owners, not you! STUDIO: Aw! My dog Barry is not the

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brightest button, he is very fashionable, and he just has one...

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He just does happy, that's it. When he is naughty, I call him Robert,

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but normally he is Bobby. Occasionally I can refer to him as

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Roberto sometimes. It sounds wrong but he sleeps in my bed. But he

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sleeps with his head on the pillow. It is not wrong! -- that is all

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wrong. No, because Bobby and I love it. When I go to work he says, good

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luck with that. I will see you later. That was a real insight.

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Let's go back to Cold Feet. In a couple of sentences, where did

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we leave the characters before? Adam and Tina, it was Will they, won't

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they? And it was left that they might. You kissed. I think there was

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other kissing on that roof. I actually did more than kissing, in

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the toilet. That was my favourite bit! Although you and Pete... Yes. A

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lot of romance and hope and possibility, and David as well.

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Rumack David left... Didn't you have a fight? -- David left. Yes, fight

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with the art manager. Well, this series takes place ten months on

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from the last series, and Adam is being interviewed for a new job, and

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let's just say he is feeling his age. I was the job interview? Well,

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I think you're CV is very impressive. Longer than yours, I

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guess. They were all children? Prydie Young, none of them looked

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like they had started shaving. We base it on preferences you have

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expressed. A personal shopper? -- they were pretty young. Right. Said

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Fred. I guess that was before your time.

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APPLAUSE It is fair to say all the characters

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are having a slight career crisis, especially Robert. Your character,

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David? Yes, he was on remand in prison and he got off. At the

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beginning of this series he is still in his pinstripe suit but pretty

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much selling door-to-door. Very attached to that suit. What about

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Jenny and Pete? We are at a bit of a crossroads. There was the Pete

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depression storyline. And the shadow of that is on their marriage and

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their relationship, it is there. Basically Jen is going hell-bent for

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leather. It is unbelievable, but she is nearly 50. No! Basically he wants

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to stay on the sofa and she wants to go for gold, and that is problematic

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but the whole show is about relationships, and we all have them,

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with mothers, children. You said on the roof, you were going for the

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kids. What is happening now? Watch tonight, nine o'clock, on TV. You

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have either briefed not to give too much away! But there are a lot of

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characters like yourself, Leanne. Does that mean that one of you lot

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will get bumped off? You did offer to, didn't you? I did and they said

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no! But there are loads coming in, so do we need to do a cull? The

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guillotine is hanging. They will not kill me off, they have decided not

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to. Really? LAUGHTER

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If you offered and they said no, you're definitely fine. John did not

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jump over the cliff. They pulled him back. They will not kill you. You

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are too new. And the already killed one of your ways. So it is between

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you two. I will die of old age, I think. No! But if that's the way it

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happens, that's the way it happens. It can't be Hermione because the

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nation would not allow it. Yes, goodbye, Robert. Sorry! Cull starts

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tonight at nine o'clock on ITV and we will have a little trivia quiz

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based on Cold Feet later. Girls and boys. Can I ask The One Show a quick

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favour? Don't put my kids on TV in 20 years'

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time asking them what sort That's not a deal we made with

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Coronation Street actor Bill Tarmey. So his children do get to say

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what sort of a dad he was to them. Millions of people would recognise

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our dad just from the sound of his voice. He was Bill Tarmey, better

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known as Jack Duckworth off Coronation Street. Now I come second

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to the lodger, do it? No, third. The dog comes before you! He was a bit

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of a womaniser, loved his drink and his pigeons. My dad loved a couple

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of pints, like Jack. Pigeons, no? Only in pies, son, only in pies. I

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am pleased to say he was nothing like Jack. I devoted husband and

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father. My dad's birth name was William Paddington. He came from an

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Bradford, Manchester. -- Piddington. They got married when they were both

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21. My brother came first, Vinnie after. This was the house where me

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and Sara spent most of our lives. This -- then me after. He would wake

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if he was out doing his gigs. And he could tell us about his night and

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ask us about our day at school. He was a very hands-on dad, very

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loving, but the tone of his voice and a certain look made us week in

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our boots. As a sideline, he did extra work on Coronation Street in

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the background. They were that pleased with him, they asked him,

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did he want to play a part called Jack Duckworth? He first appeared in

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1979 and he continued with that role for 31 years. Jack Duckworth was

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married to Vera, and he loved her to pieces. It was in effect his second

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wife. In many ways he probably spend more time with Liz than he did with

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my own mum, and quite a few of the cast members including Nigel Pivaro

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who played Perry, his son. He was always self-conscious of the fact

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that he didn't have this acting background, that he didn't have to

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worry about that, because I thought he was a very good and powerful

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actor. Because he gave a lot of himself to the role in terms of a

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lot of truth, a lot of sincerity. Have you got my money? He came from

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that background similar to the Jack character. He was a very wise man as

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well. He knew characters like Jack Duckworth, but he was not Jack

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Duckworth. We moved into this house in 1988 and they lived here until

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they both passed away. It was everything to them, a family home.

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It was just a great social house. Anyone was welcome at any time. This

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was dad 's favourite room in the house.

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A lot of the time, because he brought his friends round, he would

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actually be stood behind the bar, serving, like Jack used to Dave.

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Without charging! Of course! In 2009, I got told I had a brain

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tumour and could have 12 months to live. And I think it just crucified

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me dad. Well, I know it did. He couldn't physically learn his lines.

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He just break down and cry. So he'd come to that decision that he would

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leave. And I cried my eyes out like it was my own dad, because I had two

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dads. One was Jack Duckworth, and the other one was built Paddington.

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It was awful. This was where our dad used to sing every other Wednesday.

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He loved this place. It was where he could relax and be himself and think

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it's kind of music. He wasn't Jack Duckworth, he was Bill. Bill the

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Jazz Singer. I could have been in Las Vegas now, instead of flaming

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Coronation Street! He was just a lovely human being, and everybody

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adored him, because he was just a genuine person. My dad was my best

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friend. We both have the same sense of humour. We could talk about

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everything. I miss that more than anything. Thanks so much to Carl and

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Saira. He was a lovely bloke. Really, really nice.

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Who inspired you most growing up, Jimmy?

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Probably always Northern Ireland, George Best, James Ellis, the

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Northern Irish actor, Van Morrison, Michael O'Neill, the manager of

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Northern Ireland, he inspires all of us in Northern Ireland.

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Nevertheless, I would have to say my dad. He was my primary school

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headmaster. And my mum. Oh, look! Destined for greatness! I won the

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Butlins singing competition. And the prize was, a free week for me, my

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mum and that had to take the entire family back! But my mum and dad, my

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dad was a great teacher. What about you? On the entertaining side, I've

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met Barbara Knox once, which was really is an. She was Rita, wasn't

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she is blog I got all overwhelmed, childhood memories! My dad was a

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stand-up comics and a singer. Was the? I didn't know that! I remember

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him coming down the stairs, he would put his cuff links on and say,

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right, I'm going to go and make them laugh. My dad was a musician, many

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years sitting and watching my dad play. You said, Robert, that of

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course Fay... We love you! He doesn't want to embarrass you!

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Meet One Show viewers Thelma and Marie.

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They like nothing more than a good night out at the bingo.

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Where are you? Hello, there! There they are!

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So, when we heard bingo is now being played in nightclubs,

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we asked them along to give it a try.

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This is the bingo that we know and love. It beamed back in the 60s and

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70s, and even now, 800,000 pupils to play internationally at clubs every

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week. But tonight, I'm taking two bingo mad ladies to a type of bingo

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night that they've never seen before. Are you all set for the

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bingo, ladies? Oh, yes, looking forward to it. Well, I'm taking you

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to a slightly different kind of bingo night to night. It is called

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Bongo's bingo! Do you like prizes? Oh, yes! Well, there's plenty of

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them. Do you like dancing? Well, sometimes... Well, give it a try.

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Come on, let's go. Johnny Bongo is the creative force behind Bongo's

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bingo. It started here in Liverpool is to kill at its heart,

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quintessentially it is bingo. -- at its heart. But woven in between is a

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bit of a techno rave and a bit of a cheesy pop going on. Bingo in itself

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is unbelievable. You know, is a game. We've put our own stamp on it

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and put a little bit of energy and creativity into it to sort of maybe

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make it appeal to a wider audience. Staying alive is number five...

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Apparently you have sold 750 tickets for tonight's show. Why do you think

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it is so popular? I think at its core it is just good fun. Times can

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be quite tough these days, and people just want to let loose and go

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well, that's what Bongo's bingo is all about. Thelma, what do you love

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about bingo? I just like going, because there's a lot of people that

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we know there and we have a good time. And if we win, it's a bonus.

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What is the biggest prize that you have won? ?3500. The top cash prize

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is ?500 here. Chicken feed! But there is a variety of other prizes,

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including a stuffed unicorn... No! In mobility scooter. That'll do me.

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I did take a re-home on the back of it! I'm not sure it's a two seater.

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Are we ready to play Bongo's bingo? Are we ready? Let's go! As it

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starts, things aren't looking that different from a Saturday night at

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Gala bingo, except the age. But as soon as somebody wins a line, bingo

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etiquette goes out the window. The next number... For that Henry Hoover

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with three interchangeable nozzles... Who would have thought

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it?! # I would walk 500 miles...

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# And I would walk 500 more... #. That's a big prize! How was it

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for you, ladies? Fantastic! Fabulous. Thoroughly enjoyed it. I

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could see you, you were focused completely on the numbers. It was

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fun, it was completely different to what Mary bingo, but so much more

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entertaining. Next time -- to ordinary bingo is. Next time my

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daughter goes, I'm going with them! Thelma and Louise... I knew I was

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going to do it! Selma and Marie. You must have tried about it? My auntie

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said she went there and had a ball. It's the 20th anniversary

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of the show this year. So you'd think you would know each

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other pretty well by now. Leanne, as you're the new girl,

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we'll cut you some slack! How well do you really

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know each other? We've split you into two teams -

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Boys versus Girls. Do you know this? I think I know

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this. I think this is Jimmy Nesbitt... Was this a part-time job

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that you had, Jimmy? It wasn't a job! Are used to live with Jerome,

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and Jerome used to give me money to reply to his multi-million fan mail!

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Brilliant. You can work for John now, he gets much more than any of

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us! First point to you guys. Boys... What's fishy about this image taken

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from a scene in series five? What's funny about that is in many

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ways that really shows the comedy, that's me pouring the Ashes right

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into the sea. But, you know, the funny thing is, that's supposed to

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be Fay at the end playing Jenny. But actually, at the end of the line-up,

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I think it's Janet was field from make up. That is the correct answer!

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Because Fay ask for too much money to go all the way for this!

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Which action hero character did Robert audition for in 1986?

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I don't know this one. 1986... I don't think he was even alive then,

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shall be! Was it somebody, maybe Doctor Who? I'm going to go for

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James Bond. You are absolutely right!

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APPLAUSE Which cast member's

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aunt had this 1964 hit? Twinkle! Yes! Cold Feet is three

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popular all over the world. In South Africa, Cold Feet is known

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as Love, Life and Everything Else. But what was the show

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almost called In the UK? Baby adults is just wrong, surely! I

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don't know. I'm going to say consenting adults, would you say?

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Yes. No, it was young adults. Boys, who we go. -- here we go.

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Jimmy, you and Leanne are on-screen partners,

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so you're used to looking at each other pretty closely.

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Look at this picture - Leanne with her identical

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Listen, I haven't got a clue... Is it the blackball the -- the

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blackball the green lipstick? Leanne is the black lipstick, I would say

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that. That's a trick question, because I can't tell! I think... I

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don't know! We're going to have to award you the point!

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APPLAUSE The next one is a quickfire round,

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fastest finger on the buzzers. She was instrumental

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in creating a much-loved character in the series

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- which one? Lives, our unique? -- Liz, are you

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may? She is indeed! -- are you me. I had a vague memory that her name was

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Liz. You can have a chat later! One more, OK. Fingers on buzzers.

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He played Matthew. No, you need the buzzer! Sorry! He played Matthew. He

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did indeed, well done! That's the end of the quiz. And the scores

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are... Three to the girls, but for to the boys!

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APPLAUSE -- but four to the boys. So, you win

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a The One Show mug. Cold Feet starts tonight on ITV and 9pm.

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Thanks to Jimmy, Leanne and Robert, and of course to Fay.

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Good luck with the series On Monday, we're celebrating 40 years

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Fiona Bruce and experts from the show will be in,

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If you've wanted to throw something out for ages,

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Alex Jones is joined by guest presenter Fay Ripley and three of her Cold Feet co-stars - James Nesbitt, Robert Bathurst and Leanne Best.

Alex Riley is in Liverpool at a Bongo's Bingo event.