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12/02/2018

Billy Ocean and Clara Amfo join Matt Baker and Alex Jones to talk about the BBC's Biggest Weekend of music. Plus a look at the rules of using mobile phones whilst driving.


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Hello and welcome to

The One Show with Matt Baker.

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And Alex Jones.

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Tonight a music legend who has

sold over 30 million

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records in his lifetime.

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And a Radio 1 DJ who's on her way

to playing to just as many.

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Coming up on the show, we have got

the man himself.

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# Love really hurts without you...

It just makes people feel good,

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right?

There is a lot of finger

clicking going on here!

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Please

welcome Billy Ocean and Clara Amfo.

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We are going to start because

there's been some official details

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of the royal wedding revealed today.

It will be a midday wedding in St

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George's Chapel Windsor, which will

please football fans because it

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won't clash with the FA Cup final.

Not official but it is rumoured

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Elton John might play and Ed Sheeran

might sing their first dance song.

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Have you cleared your diaries?

I

haven't been invited, I will leave

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my diary open then.

What would you

play for the first dance?

When the

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going gets tough!

Very good! Clara,

if you were doing the disco, the

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floor fillers!

I'm going to use that

on my show tomorrow! I would go for

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a Stevie Wonder tune because that

always brings people together.

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always brings people together.

Doing

the disco! What? !

I'm sorry, I am

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so hip! This is serious now, moving

on.

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Even though you get six points

on your license and a £200 fine,

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some drivers on Britain's roads

still think using a mobile

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phone whilst driving

is not a serious offence.

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JJ's been for a ride in one

of the latest innovations the police

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are using to catch offenders -

the spy truck.

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Early morning, and East Midlands

police are out on patrol.

Good

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morning, today we will be going out

on the A69 and M1.

They are on the

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lookout for motorists breaking the

law by being distracted up the

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wheel.

The spot in the vehicle will

be observing cars or lorries on

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mobile phones.

Steve is joining

them, last month he was prosecuted

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after being caught using his mobile

phone behind the wheel.

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What are you hoping to get today?

I'm hoping to show other drivers

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what has happened to me through

being silly, using my phone while

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driving. Hopefully stop people doing

it in the future.

Steve was a lorry

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driver for 30 years but his offence

cost him his job. Because he already

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had points on his

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had points on his licence for

speeding, when he was caught on his

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phone he was banned from driving for

six months. As we follow behind in

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convoy, upfront PC Tony Bunker spots

a lorry driver who is clearly not

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paying attention to the road ahead.

The driver is using a mobile phone

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in his left hand.

He's pulled over.

What follows is all too familiar for

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Steve.

Straightaway it was oh God,

what were you doing on the phone?

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You take your mind off the road for

a few seconds and all of a sudden

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you have lost it.

The penalty for

using your mobile phone whilst

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behind the wheel was strengthened in

March last year so the driver is

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issued with a £200 fine and given

six points on his licence.

There was

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no denying it, I knew they had

caught me, there was nothing to

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deny.

Steve is one of around 28,000

drivers per year caught by police

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using mobile phones, putting not

only their own lives at risk but

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those of other motorists. As we hit

the road again, it is not long

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before the unmarked HGV catches

another in the act.

Mobile phone in

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his left hand.

Steve and I are keen

to speak to the truck driver, he

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agrees and explains why he was on

his phone.

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Steve, any advice?

When I did that,

I was having an argument. You try to

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leave it alone, you look at what has

been said, then in the end, let's

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have a quick look and that quick

look cost me everything. In the

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future is my phone will be out of

reach because it is too much of a

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risk.

The driver is also given a

fine and points on his licence.

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Steve is hoping this encounter with

us and the police will make him

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think twice in the future. Safe

journey. Do you think the message

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has got through to him?

You would

like to think so, the trouble is

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people's mindset is being on the

phone and texting isn't that bad.

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The law banning mobile phones at the

wheel has been in place for nearly

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50 years now, but how clued up our

motorists about what they can and

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cannot do while driving?

I would

imagine Bluetooth things are safe to

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use but if you are doing anything

that will distract you, it is not

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too safe.

I was using as -- it as a

sat-nav and the policeman was right

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next to me.

As our convoy hits the

road again, it is clear some

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motorists are still not aware of the

latest changes to the law.

Six

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points?

Yes.

They caught 30

motorists using their mobile phones.

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For police officers, this is a daily

reality, but for Steve, seeing the

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other side has being an eye-opener.

For years we didn't text so it's not

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more important now than it ever was,

so it can wait.

A person's telephone

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call isn't worth somebody's life.

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Nick Lyes, Head of Road Policy

for the RAC joins us now.

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You have got this campaign, Be Phone

Smart, but it's not having enough of

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an impact really, is it, because in

2016 there were 32 fatal crashes and

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39% of people admitted that they

would pull over to look at social

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media. Or do it while they were

driving, even worse. So what's the

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answer?

At the moment we have six

points on the licence, £200 fine and

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the Government is considering

changing penalties for causing death

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by dangerous driving so it will go

from 14 years to possible life

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imprisonment. You have the new

penalties coming in, but we have

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also got to start shifting attitudes

and that's one of the reasons the

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RAC started its campaign, Be Phone

Smart, an online platform way you

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can go online, make a pledge not to

use a mobile phone at the wheel,

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share it with friends and on social

media. The ambition is to make it as

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socially unacceptable as

drink-driving.

That being said,

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there is quite a bit of confusion

with regards to using a sat-nav or

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music on your phone in your car.

What is acceptable pull?

It is

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illegal to use a hand-held mobile

phone in your vehicle in any way. If

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you have a hands-free kit, it is

legal but again you must try and

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reduce the distraction that it

causes. Our advice is when you get

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in a vehicle, if you don't need to

have the phone, switch it off and

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put it in the glove compartment.

But

with the mobile phone cradle around

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the dashboard or whatever, where is

it safest to have?

The safest place

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you could probably put it is within

your vision on your left or on the

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right, so if you look at the screen

now you can see the green areas,

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they are acceptable places. Anywhere

which is flashing red is

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unacceptable because that is

obscuring your vision. Anywhere

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where your vision is being skewered,

you do not put the hands-free kit or

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the sat-nav.

And say you are using

the sat-nav or your phone for music,

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can you change the June or navigate

the sat-nav with your finger?

The

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golden rule is to make sure you in

put everything at the beginning. If

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you are planning a journey, but the

destination in at the start, then

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you shouldn't need to interact with

it as you are driving.

Very quickly,

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what is the situation with

headphones?

They are legal, you can

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have headphones in the car but

unfortunately, if you are using

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headphones or you have loud music

on, you cannot hear what is around

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you. If there is an emergency

vehicle or a motorcyclist and you

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cannot hear them, that is a

dangerous situation you want to try

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and avoid.

What did we do before

mobile phones?

We had conversations!

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We create our own problems and then

we try to solve them.

One of the

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things we have always had is snow

and this weekend there are yellow

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weather warnings so what happens if

you don't clear your windscreen

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because there are serious

implications, aren't there?

Yes, you

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should clear it completely because

it obstructs your view which is

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potentially illegal land you could

be prosecuted for that. If it is on

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top of the vehicle and it blows onto

the vehicle behind, you are

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obscuring someone else's vision and

the police might prosecute you for

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that. You could cause a fatal

accident so it is important to clear

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your car in cold weather.

Thank you,

Nick.

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Nick. It is time for you to get into

your car, because it is a good

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one...

# Get out of my dreams and into my

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car

# Get out of my dreams, get into my

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car #.

APPLAUSE

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car #.

APPLAUSE.

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So many brilliant hits. All

afternoon we have been going through

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them, singing along, so where did

the all start for you?

When I was

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little my father was a musician so

music has always been around me. My

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desire was always to make music. My

desire growing up was to hear my

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first record on my radio. My desire

after that was to have hits in

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America and I still have desires, I

still keep dreaming. It is not over

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yet, it is not over until the fat

lady sings.

We were talking about

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you as a grandad now and is it right

you bought your grandchildren

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ukeleles because of something that

happened to you when you were their

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rage?

Yes, when I was their age, my

mother's friend bought me a blue

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ukelele, and I taught the rest

myself so I try to encourage.

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Instruments for any kid is good.

Steve Byrne is probably one of the

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best. It is good for any kid, it

gives them a sense of confidence. It

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is great for your confidence, being

able to play an instrument.

Your

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fans will be delighted to know you

are back on tour in October with a

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brand-new album. You haven't quite

finished it yet so what is the plan?

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Like you say, in October. I go to

Miami, then Jamaica, then Botswana,

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then I come back. I am just

travelling and making music. In

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between, trying to finish off the

album which I'm really happy with.

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I'm using a beautiful studio in

Manchester. It's almost like a

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museum but the things work, the

instruments work. It is great for me

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because I like being involved in the

producing and making of the music. I

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can play the instruments. The

technology thing has left me behind

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so the studio is perfect for me.

You

prefer the real instruments?

Yes,

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this place is ideal. It is

self-contained to the extent you

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wake up in the studio and go to bed

in the studio.

And this is

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apparently the dream team we have

got here. Who are they?

On the left

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is Perry, my drummer, on the right

is my bass player. Barry in the

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middle I have been working with

since 1983. It is a tried and tested

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relationship so why break it?

It is

interesting what Billy was saying

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about the real instruments and the

live sound. Obviously you present

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the Live Lounge and when you have

something that isn't technical

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instruments, it is something that is

really coming back.

This is why I

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love doing my show because you get

to experience music in its purist

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form. There's lots of people who

come in and make electronic music

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but they are classically trained and

they love doing it because they get

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to show off the fact they can play

the piano or the drums and it is

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excited to see.

I was so excited

when I came out of my dressing room

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and saw you!

Legend!

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I will take you up on that.

Clara

Amfo is going to be his day backing

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singer.

You can see him on tour in

October.

He will be performing in

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Coventry as part of The Biggest

Weekend.

I am looking forward to the

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Royal Albert Hall in October. It

will be a crazy evening, I will have

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my steel pan.

All three of us will

come to that.

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come to that. Clara will know how

important radio play is and it is

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not just about music, news weather

and travel.

In the year that local

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radio celebrates its 50th

anniversary, here is how it can

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change lives as well.

I met Ian

through a dating website and I read

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his profile, which brought me to

tears. He lost his wife in a car

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accident, when the children were

other-macro and four. We got married

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on the 28th of May, 2016, I was

married for four mums and then I had

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my accident. I fainted in the shower

and I broke my neck. I then went

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into hospital for six months and I

realised that I would need to use a

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wheelchair and the house would need

a lot of adaptions. We got the

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disable facilities Grant. We then

had to look at raising more funds,

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there was paired bricks, it needed

plastering, there was no flooring

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down. My mother phoned BBC Radio

Lincolnshire and put in an appeal.

I

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just could not believe the amount of

work that is still to be done.

So if

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there is anyone listening today who

can offer a bit of time, a couple of

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hours would be fantastic to do

something.

It would be absolutely

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great.

The response was amazing, we

have plasterers, painters who all

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rallied around and came and helped

us. We were able to move in much

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sooner than we had first

anticipated. It was just

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overwhelming, really, to see

strangers coming in and helping us.

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It was lovely.

We have lived in

Braintree for 30 years. Our family

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is made up of my wife and myself. We

have one son and a daughter. I was

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listening to Dave Monk on his

programme on radio Essex and he had

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a programme on men's health and he

was talking about a free men's

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health date being held at the

Colchester football stadium. So off

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I toddled and I had a blood test. I

suppose I had gone expecting it to

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say I was absolutely fine, nothing

to worry about. I am phoning to

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thank you, last Wednesday I had a

prospective May. Had it not been for

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your programme, this would now be

killing me and I would have no

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inkling.

Gosh. Did you have prostate

cancer?

Yes. In this society, we are

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very quick to criticise people when

things do not go well. We are not

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quite so good to thank people when

they do. So, I phoned the show and

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asked to talk to him and thanked him

for saving my life.

The and James

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met when we were 16 years old and

during the relationship my father

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passed away four years prior to us

getting married. He was always the

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person you turn to for advice, just

a truly amazing man. He was always

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happy in his van, so to remember my

dad I wanted to get a van for the

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wedding. I got onto the internet and

I searched eBay and I was prepared

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to buy one, but unfortunately there

was nothing that was really

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suitable. I just had this idea one

morning to try radio Bristol.

I need

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a favour, do you know someone who

drives a Bedford Rascal? Might next

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guests want to hear from you if you

do.

The morning of the wedding, I

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walked out the front door and heard

this excessive beeping down the

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road. I see this Bedford Rascal and

her in the driving seat. I knew

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absolutely nothing, I was completely

overwhelmed. I honestly could not

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thank everyone enough, because that

small elements meant everything to

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me. And meant that there was a huge

part of my dad there on the day that

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otherwise would not have been there.

Not a dry eye. It was lovely.

Gamu.

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We are just having a little chat.

You listen to lots of radio I knew

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you wanted to do that, was there any

specific incident that had a really

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big impact?

A lot of time spent with

my dad in the car. He would take us

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on long drives and my mum would drag

him to different parts of London for

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shopping trips and we would have the

radio on nonstop, classic radio, pop

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radio, pirate radio, we would listen

with my dad and I was that strange

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kid who would lock myself in my room

and listen to music.

Today is a big

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day for BBC Music because you are

launching their Biggest Weekend.

We

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have super-sized it like a wonderful

musical burger! Usually we do the

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Big Weekend but this year it is

Biggest Weekend and it is happening

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in four different parts of the UK,

Belfast, Swansea, Perth as well. The

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tickets are gone. In just over half

an hour. The line-up is really big,

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but you can still get tickets for

some of the events.

It is the whole

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lot.

You are in Coventry.

I believe

so.

You definitely are! They are

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sending me to Coventry. In fact the

last BBC thing I did, party and the

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park. Amazing event. Is it related?

It is a celebration.

There will be

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lock the -- a lot of partying in the

park. There are music academies as

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well. Every year when we do this, we

have these academies and lots of

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young people can come and learn

about working in the media, whether

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it is radio or television

production, writing, we have artist

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doing master classes, we have

presenters there doing talks.

Anyone

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can come to the talks and see you

face-to-face? Exactly. That is

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amazing for young people.

We have so

many resources.

The academies are

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really cool. Everyone wants to know

who is in Swansea, it is sold out.

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Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Craig

David. It is a really big year.

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Jimmy: there are in Perth. Then we

have Belfast, Manic Street

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Preachers, you cannot go wrong

there.

Billy, there you are.

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there.

Billy, there you are.

Paloma

Faith as well. I think you would get

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along.

If you're interested and you

want to get tickets for The Biggest

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Weekend look on the BBC Music

website.

It was a well-deserved

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restful weekend for Jake over there

and in 2016 after suffering from

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depression and anxiety, he decided

to go for a walk which then lasted

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3000 miles. Jake finished on

Saturday and it is fair to say, he

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has gone the distance in more ways

than one.

Looking back on it now,

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two years ago, it was the hardest

time of my life. I was mismanaging

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stress, anxiety and depression with

alcohol. It allowed me to be someone

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different, someone a little less

damage. I was about 15 when I

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realised that I was depressed, which

was strange because I had always

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been quite a happy kid. Luckily my

mother works in mental health and

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she was the one who said before I

tried antidepressants I should try

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exercise so I started going out,

walking the dog every day. After a

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couple of weeks I noticed a

significant change in my mood,

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within a minute of me realising

that,

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that it had such an massive impact

on my mental health, I wanted to

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show other people how effective it

can be. I decided to walk around the

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whole of Great Britain. I started at

Brighton Pier and headed west. Good

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morning, this is where I camped last

night. Look at that. I could not

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believe, the people were saying to

me, I go through that as well. My

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thoughts when I am out in the

country, when I run, it feels like

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they are whizzing past me and in the

city, it feels like they are on top

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of me. Everything I have is in here,

I have extra waterproofs, water,

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everything else gets provided by

total strangers. People sleepy and

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put me up for the night, no sleeping

bag, no tent, the less things I

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have, the less worries I have. I do

not need anything physical, I just

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need conversation and connection. It

has been hard occasionally, my

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lowest moment was in Scotland. A

friend of mine died, maybe two weeks

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before I got to Edinburgh and it had

not really hit me and then a song

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came on in a cafe that reminded me

of him and I felt completely alone

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in that moment. I knew that out

here, running, fresh air, scenery,

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all the stuff that I know is really

good for me, I would be at home and

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I would not be able to get out of

bed. I am running far faster now

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look as I know I am going home in

about a mile back, I saw the sea for

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the first time in a couple of weeks

that was amazing. I think a lot

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about the future, I am worried that

I will slip back into how I used to

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be, but it is up to me to implement

what I have learned and hope it goes

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OK.

CHEERING AND APPLAUSE.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE.

Huge

congratulations. How are you feeling

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now in body and more importantly in

mind?

First of all, I feel really

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underdressed! I feel good. There

will be weird to adjust. I have been

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out on the South Downs for five days

and lots of national parks, so

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getting back to city life...

You

look great.

How are your feet

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feeling? They are OK. I bumped into

this random guy in Newquay, a former

0:27:490:27:55

serviceman who said I should start

putting talcum powder on my feet and

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I went to his and he gave me some

and ever since then, that was one

0:27:580:28:03

year ago, so they are in good

condition. What is the purpose? Just

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to keep your feet dry. And they

don't smell as well, that is

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crucial. If you're staying in

anyone's house, that is important!

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You said that you're going to

implement what you have learned on

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this whole adventure, so what is the

key thing that you're going to be

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doing?

Stain moving, moving forward,

it will be tough to put that into a

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static lifestyle when I have been

living a chance in 14 so long. To

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keep talking as well, that is the

main thing. I have learned about

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mental health, the more we talk to

other people, the more we learn

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about ourselves and it makes you

feel less alone.

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APPLAUSE. That is all we have got

time for. Thank you to all of our

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guests, tomorrow we will be joined

by Mary Berry.

Mary Berry!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE.

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Billy Ocean and Radio 1's Clara Amfo join Matt Baker and Alex Jones to talk about BBC's Biggest Weekend of music. Plus the head of road policy at the RAC will be explaining the rules of using a mobile phone whilst driving.