Michelle Ackerley and Matt Baker are joined in the studio by Dame Darcey Bussell, while Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson looks at a pioneering fitness programme for disabled people.
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Hello and welcome to the One Show
with Matt Baker...
And there's no sofa reshuffle for us
- Michelle remains in post
for the rest of the week.
With Alex away in New Zealand.
Congratulations on that!
I'm not going anywhere!
And as panto season draws
to a close, we've managed to secure
one of the country's best loved
Lets have a very warm welcome for...
Dame Darcey Bussell!
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
. Dane Darcey Bussell, how does that
sound? This is probably the first
time you've been introduced as Dame
At work I have a
couple of mates who have called me
Dame for a long time. They were a
bit shocked when they said, my God,
now it's official!
You've been a
regular on the Honours list for some
time now. Congratulations on the CBE
The older version as it
Your friends will have
two start calling you baroness now!
You are not the first Strictly
judged to be, Dame. Craig is a Dame.
Look at him there!
He's been many
Quite beautiful, great
contouring and the cheekbones?
Lovely. You see that even on the
show on Strictly, contouring!
is not famous for his smiley face
but this cheered us up when we saw
it in the papers today. Above the
skies of Cambridge. If you are the
mysterious high-flyer responsible or
think you know who the pilot is,
please do get in touch and let us
Definitely. Thanks for the
hundreds who got in touch about the
NHS yesterday. Stay tuned in the
coming weeks as we may have more
news on that soon.
Over the past few weeks the British
weather has done its worst...
If it's not been freezing
temperatures, it's been
storms Dylan and Eleanor.
Joe's been looking at how our
battered coastline is putting
itself back in shape.
Welcome to the new coastline of
Cornwall, where last week there were
sand dunes, now... There are sand
I've lived here nearly 50
years, I've never seen anything like
this in the whole of my life.
The transformation of some of
Cornwall's most beautiful beaches is
down to the battering of Storm
Eleanor last week. This professor
has been studying these beaches for
over a decade.
I think the big
difference between last week's storm
and most storms was it was
exceptionally large tide and waves,
coincided exactly. Before the
storms, the slope would have been
quite steep but not vertical. As the
tide rises and the waves get big, it
starts wetting the bottom of the
slopes and then it starts to fail,
starts to collapse because of the
weight of the sand on top.
else on to its owner found Cliff is
Perranporth. Last year the programme
came live from this beach. Today the
manager is trying to rebuild it.
Tom, you came back here, first day
back after Christmas, what was this
A Brett Goode Rabat the
front of the building about 20 foot
down. Those bridges were out. We had
about 70 boards down as we're doing
a load of building at the moment,
they weigh half a tonne each and we
are still missing 12. There are some
in the car park.
All the way over
What are you doing now,
there are diggers around, what will
you do to this cliff edge?
the sand, get the tractor up and
then just gradually pull it out.
Ten miles down the coast, part of
this Sea Wall was also destroyed.
The CE has undermined the foundation
of the wall and then the wind blew
it over because the wind was so
strong and literally blew the wall
My reaction was complete
horror. The weather was more
ferocious than you could have ever
While some of these sand cliffs are
a few feet high and a bit of fun,
others cut deep into what were sand
dunes, leaving the RNLI station in a
They used to be a sound ramps that
came out to roughly just behind
where I'm standing, and that ramp
was the access for the lifeguards to
be able to get up and down with
emergency vehicles. There is no sand
dunes left and it has affected the
whole of the foundations of the
decking and surveillance are. At the
moment, as you can see, it's quite
The sand from the dunes
were swept down the beach and into
the sea. In the summer it will
slowly be pushed back up. What we
need to do, should we be building
We should avoid
building. We should let the
coastline be dynamic and do its own
thing, and we can do that if we
Ultimately you just
too close to the beach? It's lovely
when people can have a drink here in
the summer but it's effectively
built on the sand. Is this mother
nature calling time at the bar and
serving you notice?
We are in a
battle with mother nature which is
probably one of the stupidest fights
What a battle to be having.
The next storm starts with F, any
I want a flamenco! It comes
Disappointingly it is
Ffion, followed by Georgina. That is
my knowledge done!
It's this time of
year with the bad weather, we really
miss Strictly. Such a feel-good
show. Sitting in cosy, warm, the
glitz and glamour.
They are starting
up again soon, the tour.
Next week, the 19th of
January in Birmingham.
Have you had
a bit of a Strictly detox quest
might do you need to shower off all
of the glitter?
I do miss wearing
sequins. You become a magpie
automatically. Then you want to be a
magpie for the rest of the year. You
want to be covered in glitter all
the time! I miss it horribly.
Not wearing sparkly things all
This is your first tour?
I've been on tour all my life as a
dancer, over 20 years I've done
touring. I was really young then.
It's a bit odd going back... But I'm
really excited, actually. It's more
about the professional dancers.
Tempted to get on the dance floor?
Always, always! They don't want to
seek an old ballerina on the dance
What? Come on guys!
you... Maybe Ore, is hosting it, we
had a giggle and thought maybe we
will have a dance or something just
open. There will be so much going
on, they don't need me, they really
don't. I will be behind the desk
doing my bit.
You say you are an old
ballet dancer but you go back to the
Royal Ballet School and coach
I coach in the Ballet
School and the company as well, the
Royal Ballet Company, which I love
to do. I think it is something you
can never lose, it's part of your
skin, it's everything about my life
and I love giving back and all the
experience I've learned from being a
professional myself. You know, gosh,
when I was a professional and I was
doing all those shows, you wanted
somebody to constantly be that
support, to tell you you're doing
the right thing when you are doing
the wrong thing or how it could be
And the health benefits as
well, which we will move on to talk
about, especially the younger
generation, is something you really
focused on. You have come up with
these dance routines, almost like
It is a fitness. I love
dance and I want everyone to
experience it. I think if it has to
be there for everybody, for any
ability and any age, but especially
for kids, young. This is the DVD.
Your daughters were heavily involved
I had to try everything out
on them. For me, I get so bored
really quickly of fitness. I needed
something that would really
stimulate me and keep my mind
working as well, not just going
into... On a jogging machine or a
bicycle or standing in the gym. I
needed something that stimulates my
nerves and muscles and is a full
body work-out. But you are so
distracted because it so much fun,
I'm just smiling all the way
That's what you need for
I can't... I hate
getting fit. It was great when it
was of my job but now I know have I
have to keep my body moving, it's
important to keep the body moving,
supple and strong. I wanted to
devise something that had masses of
variety. That's why we kind of go
round the world.
How does it work as
much each routine is like a couple
of minutes long.
Yes, like Sprints,
the best way to get fit. Not an
extreme at all. It's about keeping
it entertaining. We do go around the
world, so we have flamenco and
African. This is only 14 genres, we
have about 42.
never get bored and there is
something for everyone, which is
incredibly important as well. With
kids, I love to see them. There's
all these styles they've never even
tried. They've seen all the pop
videos and have all the popular
music but when you suddenly throw
something in the mix they have never
tried before, they just light up.
They don't even realise they are
Chances are if you do it
at home, they can do it longer!
We forget the endorphins. You want
to get kids active, feel those great
endorphins and you do that by being
physical and also by having a laugh.
It is great to do it together, it
Most people will end up
breaking their New Year's
resolutions to become more active
because of a lack of willpower
or maybe the lure of a warm sofa.
It is quite warm in here!
Others are quite capable of sticking
to their fitness resolutions but,
says Tanni Grey Thompson,
may end up breaking them
through absolutely no
fault of their own.
Sport is meant to be for all of us,
for the naturally sporty like me or
for those who just want to be
healthy. The 2012 Olympics and
Paralympics were supposed to inspire
us all to get out and get moving but
five years later, a survey has
revealed three out of five disabled
people rarely or never take part in
sport or a physical activity. Which
just isn't good enough. 29 you wrote
Katie has down syndrome. She wanted
to get fit but struggled to get to
grips with the gym without any
A couple of years ago she
hurt her back, so she stopped going.
She just used to sit and watch TV,
and couldn't get her out of the
Everything changed the Katie
when she met 24 year rolled gym
instructor Ben. The unique NHS
funded pilot scream aiming to make
the leisure industry much more
inclusive for disabled people. What
sort of barriers did you see around
disabled people stopping them
getting fit and active?
wariness about attending an
activity, if the light wasn't right,
if there were things on the floor
they couldn't say, if people would
be able to communicate with them if
they had a learning difficulty.
worked on upping Katie's cardio
fitness and now she attends weekly
dance class. Have you seen a real
change in Katie since she came to
Yes, her lung capacity
improved and she was making friends.
You were more engaged, weren't you?
Got a lot out of it rather than just
Now she says, will
do this one, do that one.
drawing a circle.
Do you like
colouring as well? Lap yet. Then has
a new client who is autistic, and
has learning difficulties. Today Ben
is showing Sammy how to use machines
he hasn't tried before. Before you
met Ben, how hard was it to go to
I struggled a little bit to
move the equipment.
I think he just
needed someone to support him, give
it a go, this is how we use the
What do you like about
coming to the gym, how does it make
Feels better, more
Sammy and Katie are
getting the gym support they need in
Salford but the rest of the country
needs to catch up. I hear from
disabled people who have being
denied access and people turned away
from sports clubs, is not
acceptable. I have come to talk to
Mike from sport England to ask him
why. There are still some examples
of disabled people who have been
turned away, do you think that is
No, it's not acceptable.
Really sad to hear that. What I
think we can do at sport England is
help sports clubs providing
practical advice and training on how
you can include people with
disabilities, really simple things
which can be done to include people
and it's our job to help them do
And how healthy is a 12 week
intervention kick-starting disabled
people's relationship with sport and
the benefits are far reaching.
Disabled people are much more likely
to develop obesity, hypertension,
anxiety and depression. I think by
creating more inclusive
opportunities for disabled people to
exercise and remain physically
active, the more we can improve the
health outcomes for disabled people.
How was the training session?
You're the best.
best? Does he make you work hard?
Yes. It is important schemes like
this and more are rolled out across
the country. It is a matter of
ordinary disabled people being
visible in sport and gyms, not just
an elite athletes.
If they can see
it, they can be it.
Thank you. Someone who lives by that
sentiment is high-flying 14-year-old
Izzy Weall with her dad. APPLAUSE
Izzy, you recently won
the Young Achiever prize
at the Pride of Sport Awards.
So tell us how that came about?
They contacted my mamma whilst I was
on the school holidays and she was
writing the notes.
I was reading
what she was writing and I got
confused. She got off the phone and
explain the whole thing to me. We
were both in shock for the next
couple of hours, couldn't believe
what had happened. Then it happened
about a month later and it wasn't
until I turned up that I realised
how big an event it was. There was
like a red carpet and there were so
many celebrities and sporting people
that I recognised. They got that
point where was overwhelmed.
how did you find trampolining?
seven at my secondary school,
started that at a club. All my
friends were going to it. By
December, I started competing and I
won. From there, I've kind of taking
it a bit more seriously.
exhausting, trampolining! It is
Olly, as Izzy's
father, did you think Izzy could
We didn't, after she got ill we
tried lots of different things and
sports and trying to find one that
clicked for her that she was able to
do, that she enjoyed doing. Lots of
people said she's got blades, she
can go running at its nice and easy
but that didn't work for her. But
trampolining was it and it just
clicked and she loves it and enjoys
it, that's the main thing.
were you when you got meningitis?
You haven't stopped
trampolining because you have so
much ambition. This is unbelievable,
the next sport you are going to try
is motor racing.
They saw some of the
videos I had posted on YouTube.
They liked my attitude and
they thought it might be a challenge
I wanted to do next, so they
contacted my dad and my dad told me
and I said, of course I want to do
that, so we've started doing stuff
with them, visiting them, and
working out how we are going to
adapt the car.
What is the feeling
on the household on this?
It is a
bit mixed. Mum's seen the video of
the racing and said, my God, I don't
want you going that fast. I am a bit
of a petrol head so I'm supportive
and on her side there. Obviously
going to see some of this is good
for me as well.
Good on you, girl.
Spread the word and make it happen.
We are getting the system to work
with the team, they have adapted
cars that they use for their
disabled racing team they have
already, they have got to use their
hand controls to be legged controls
with Izzy and we are putting this on
to a simulator they will try out.
know you are a big fan of Strictly,
and lots of people have heard about
this venture into the world of motor
racing, including this bloke, you
might recognise him.
Hey, Izzy, it's
Jonnie Peacock. I wanted to say a
personal good luck for you and team
Brit trying to get around the race
track, it's incredible. What you've
done over the last few years has
been amazing, and well done on the
international trampolining champion.
Is he going to be on the tour?
he's on the tour, Jonnie Peacock,
all of the Strictly finalists, and
we have an invitation for any show
you'd like to go to on the tour
because it starts on the 19th of
January, so if you'd like to come
along with your family with love to
show you backstage and introduce you
to everybody, tip Jonnie.
Not everybody is a fan of selfies.
I'm sure Darcey is asked for
hundreds and hundreds of them but
nobody is more sick of them than our
Michael Douglas. 2018, how with the
old and in with the new, so much has
changed in the world since this time
last year. We had an election.
will now form a government.
President Trump took office.
will never ever let you down.
even got a new Strictly judge.
But how much have I
changed? Do I look any different?
That's what I want to find out, so
for the last 365 days I've taken a
selfie at the same time every day,
no matter where I was in the world,
and no matter what I was doing. Up
to the present-day. Here I am
amongst all of the selfies I took in
the last year. Crikey, it's a little
to be honest. This is me on the
morning after my birthday looking a
little bit rough there. This,
however, is the first one I took on
the 1st of January, and this here is
the last one I took yesterday. So,
can you see the difference? I mean,
have I aged? I'm going to need an
expert eye, so I've come to
Newcastle University to meet a
dermatologist to analyse me, my
selfies and I. As you know, I've
been taking selfies of myself for a
year. So this is the first one. I'm
smiling because I'm happy and a bit
tipsy. This is my last. So, could
you say that I have aged in a year?
I think you have, clearly you have
more damage on your nose than at the
beginning of the year. There is a
lot of dehydration taking place here
compared to the beginning of the
year, so I think that's pretty
OK. But could the Professor
pinpoint the start of my decline?
I've pulled out this picture here
and you've got some nice early
visible signs of ageing here.
When was this?
April on a skiing holiday in the
You've got damage to
your nose, lots of uneven skin tone
and dryness and everything else,
which you can see starting to break
out into more visible wrinkles.
A skiing village at 5000 feet,
you've got somewhere like 40% less
filtering of UV at that height,
which is why you get more sunburnt
more quickly on a mountaintop.
would do on a beach.
you've moved yourself into the fast
lane of ageing. Now you have a
choice to move into the slow lane.
It's the slow lane for me, I'm
So, according to the professor a bit
of sun damage I got around my nose
in April is the most likely area
where future wrinkles will develop.
If only there was some way of
looking into that future. Well,
there is. Time for selfie number
366. I'm getting my picture taken
with a revolutionary camera. I'm
excited. It predicts what I will
look like in five years' time based
on my current skin profile and this
cosmetic surgeon can explain the
These are the pictures we
were talking about. If you look very
carefully, spots, wrinkles, texture,
pores,, they are the ones that are
visible and then we have the
invisible ones, the UV spots.
that bad? That looks bad.
It is a
scary picture, you were skiing and
that damage shows on your face, and
this damage within reason is
permanent, because it damages the
DNA of yourselves.
Well, the camera
never lies, but now for the moment
of truth, what will my skin looked
like five years from now? -- cells.
Slightly younger or slightly older?
This is younger. -- older, these
lines are becoming more numerous.
is those pesky skiing wrinkles.
After taking a selfie every day for
the last year I've managed to
capture the ageing process in
action, but I've also had a little
glimpse into the future, which to be
honest is not very nice. One good
thing has come off today, I no
longer have to take any more of
these selfies. Delete!
Michael, I think he still looks good
and he has a great head of hair,
doesn't he? He might be worrying
about the signs of ageing, but
Darcey, you look fantastic, I'm sure
that's not what you worry about when
looking in the mirror.
the DVD on and do a bit of dancing,
no need to worry.
Time to catch up with Mike on day
two of his deep sea adventure.
I'm on a three-week expedition to
try and filmed some of Britain's
biggest and most elusive marine
animals. Filming aboard the Celtic
Explorer, a high-tech research
vessel, The One Show wildlife team
and I have joined a 5000 nautical
mile Fischer of a being conducted by
the marine Institute of Ireland, and
we were only a few hours into the
expedition when we were treated to a
close encounter with a huge pod of
common dolphins. On the starboard
bow I'm watching common dolphins
just by the side of the boat. I'd
say there are 20 or 30 just down
this side here. We are now more than
100 miles from shore leaving is
exposed to hostile weather
conditions, and less than a week
into our journey, things have taken
a turn for the worse. Wind speed has
reached 39 knots, meaning we are
sailing through a force eight storm.
It's fairly brutal out here right
now. The wind's pelting my face. One
minute it's all sea, the next minute
it's all sky. It's like being on a
After a broken night's sleep, the
storm has passed and the vital task
of catching fish for the scientists
to study can begin again. The ship's
crew is made up of many experienced
fishermen, Frank Kenney has been
fishing these waters for most of his
I started fishing on the east
coast of Ireland when I was 16 and
as the fishing vessels got bigger
over the years, we went further
afield, went into the North Sea, as
far-away as Ireland.
dangerous job. When I was an
apprentice, the seamanship teacher,
the first day there were 21 of us,
he said to us, I'm looking down at
ute 21 lads.
I guarantee one of you
will be drowned if you will take up
the fishing career. And lo and
behold, sadly he was right. After
about three years one of the lads
was drowned, fell off a fishing
vessel. So it can be dangerous and
you definitely always have to be on
Frank's words are put
into sharp perspective by a ceremony
of remembrance for the crew of a
rescue helicopter who died in the
line of duty just six months
We gather here on the
stern of the Celtic Explorer to lay
this wreath in memory of those who
lost their lives at sea in the last
12 months. We remember in particular
the crew of rescue 166, may God
bring some comfort to their families
and make the souls of all those who
were lost at sea rest in peace.
As I returned to my mission, the
sea's true elemental nature as a
source of both wonder and fear stays
with me. And true to form what I see
next blows me away.
I'm looking at dolphins, about twice
the size of the common dolphins,
four metres in length. Back out in
the deep water, 100 miles from the
coast of Scotland we are finally
deep enough to be in their hunting
grounds. There is the head popping
out of the Risso's dolphin., much
paler great, that's because of the
scarring from fighting, they can
look white in certain lights. As
they age the whole body can turn
white with healed bite wounds from
other Risso's and oceanic squid.
This part of the North Atlantic is
coming up with the goods. After
incredible views of Risso's dolphins
I can't wait to see what we discover
We have not long to wait because
he's back tomorrow. From our seas to
our skies earlier we sought this
picture of Cambridgeshire, that
lovely smiley face. We have no
confirmation of who the pilot is but
we have had four e-mails Hussein
Mark Jeffries, so, Mark, if it's you
we know you are a stunt pilot and it
cheered us up.
Darcey, thank you for
joining us tonight, good luck with
the tour and your dance fitness
We're back tomorrow with Death
in Paradise stars Ardal O'Hanlon
and Josephine Jorbert,
along with Lorraine Kelly.
Matt Baker and Michelle Ackerley are joined in the studio by Dame Darcey Bussell, while Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson looks at a pioneering fitness programme for disabled people.