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12/03/2018

Matt Baker and Angellica Bell are joined by Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon and Mindy Kaling.


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A little old lady went to the

doctor. She said, I have sleeping

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pills for my husband? He said, why?,

she said, because he has woken up.

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Hello and welcome to

The One Show with Matt Baker.

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And Angellica Bell.

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And that was of course legendary

comedian Sir Ken Dodd,

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who passed away last night

in his Knotty Ash home

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at the age of 90.

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At the end of tonight's show,

we'll be saying tatty-bye to the man

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who tickled us for years,

with our own little

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tribute to Sir Ken.

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If you met him, send us your photos

and we'll show some later.

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Also tonight, we'll be seeing how

Alex and the mums got on open water

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swimming in Loch Ness during day one

of the Mother of all Challenges.

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Think about that for a second. I

can't swim.

I couldn't do it. That

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is a good reason, apart from the

cold!

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But first, what a line-up

we have for you tonight.

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Three guests who have individually

won Oscars, starred in one of

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America's best sitcoms and been

called one of the most influential

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women on the planet.

Put them

together in a Disney film and they

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are literally out of this world.

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Please welcome Reese Witherspoon,

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Mindy Kaling

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and Oprah Winfrey.

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Welcome. Welcome back. Fellow. Oh,

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my word. Can we sit anywhere?

Anywhere you want and have a drink.

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We have some margaritas for you.

A

margarita drinking show.

You have

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been reading my mind. Are you not

drinking? If you insist.

Seriously.

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We heard it was a thing between you.

It is a thing and we are all very

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good at it.

Who started it?

I like

this, not too much sugar. This is

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good. This is done well, who made

these?

Remy, from the bar just

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across the road.

Thanks, Remy.

They

are delicious. Keep them coming,

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Remy.

I can imagine him walking

across the street in the rain with a

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tray and the margaritas.

Did you use

freshly squeezed lime?

Of course.

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You are here to talk about your

Disney film, and we have been

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talking about how you have amazing

careers but the pinnacle must have

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been when you had Barbie dolls

created in your image.

You laugh.

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Have you seen them? Mine is

travelling with me. She is at the

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hotel. Do you like? Do I like her? I

grew up as a young girl who could

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not afford Barbie dolls. To have a

Barbie doll in the image of the

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character is fun. I will give her a

special place in my house. I will

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treat it like sculpture. You have a

baby girl and you can let her play

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with her.

I have two. Did you have a

favourite toy, a teddy bear?

No. We

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were too poor for a teddy bear.

I

had a dirty blanket I dragged around

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like L. Its name was Nighty-night.

She has a football team and you have

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a Nighty-night.

I had a smelly

blanket and Mindy has part of a

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football team.

Let's talk about the

magical, mystical characters. You

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play Mrs Who, Mrs Which, Mrs

Whatsit.

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So, who's who, which is

which and what's it all about?

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This is quite out there.

It is. We

are three celestial beings. We have

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different qualities. We have

specifications. I am Mrs Who who

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speaks in quotations only and I am

well read. Beautiful. Look gorgeous

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in the movie. I love the hair. I

love the eyelashes. I

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love the eyelashes. I look like

Twiggy.

I am Mrs Which who has been

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around a long time and is the wisest

woman in the universe and she

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travels different dimensions. She is

35 feet tall, 18 feet tall, she is

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in another dimension and forgot to

shrink to come to see you. She helps

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to guide Meg. She is the young girl

played so beautifully by Storm Reid.

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He was 13 when we started filming

and is now 14.

I play Mrs Whatsit.

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She is the youngest and a little

cheeky. She is always making

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mistakes. This is her first mission

and she wants to make Mrs Who and

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Mrs Which proud. She does things

like pinches the children and calls

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the name. In a cheeky way. It is

cute for kids to see a grown-up

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misbehaving.

The kids laugh in the

movie with that.

My son is five and

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he thought it was so funny I kicked

one of the children!

I have a great

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niece who said she liked the best

part is when I told you not to kick

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her because people should not kick

other people.

And I say, I did not

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know.

I was reading one of your

children were horrified you were

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playing this part because in the

book they are old.

My son had just

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read it in school. It is a popular

book in America. I loved it. He read

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it. I said, they have offered me the

part of Mrs Whatsit. He said, Ishii

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4 billion years old? And I panicked.

I had not read the book in a long

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time and when I have the meeting I

said, is she going to be really,

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really old? I know I am over 40.

But

not...

4 billion. The film is a

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magical adventure featuring

something called tessering,

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travelling between dimensions and

mysteriously missing father and some

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colourful wigs.

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colourful wigs.

Tessering is

perfectly natural.

Almost.

Wait,

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what is happening? No. Do not go

over our there.

No time to waste.

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Come on, Mrs Whatsit.

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Come on, Mrs Whatsit.

You just have

to find the right frequency and have

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faith in who you are.

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faith in who you are. Let's find

your father.

Shelby?

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APPLAUSE

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-- shall we?

We have seen an example

of tessering, when you go through

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different dimensions.

The idea is

wonderful. I think you actually do

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in your dreams. You go to different

worlds.

Have you had a flying dream?

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No, but I think I will after the

film.

I have a lot of flying dreams.

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You have to be in a good space to

have flying dreams.

You cannot have

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them when things are going wrong. As

a viewer you can take so much away

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from this film, whatever you are

going through in your own life.

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Mindy, what are the messages for you

that strong?

The message I respond

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to most, is one of my quotations.

That is, the wound is where the

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light enters. I never thought about

that but especially now I have a

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baby, you spend so much time

protecting your loved ones but to

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know the wound is where the light

enters, that was profound to me. You

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think of them as things that make

you weaker and I love that.

I love

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that quote. And at the beginning

when Mrs Which appears and she is

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teaching Meg about tessering and she

says you have to find your own

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frequency and have faith in who you

are, and those words of wisdom for

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the world because everybody is

worried about everyone else's

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frequency, especially today, social

media, but you find your own flow

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and have faith in that. That is

where you are supposed to be and the

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frequency takes you to the highest

point of your life.

It is evident

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all three of you have found the

avenue to develop and express

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yourself. You have spoken openly

about diversity on and off screen.

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This is a huge project, especially

for the director, to direct this

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massive Disney film.

You know Ava

quite well? I think we all do now.

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It was a reason you wanted to be

part of the film?

Absolutely, she is

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one of the most important

film-makers of our time. When people

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say no, she says, why not, I'm

sorry, try harder. I am not

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compromising. It will be this way.

That is how you have to be as a

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director, to change the stories we

see you have to change the

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storytellers and Ava is an

incredible example.

And a visionary

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and the fact she was able to, and

Disney gave her the opportunity and

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liberty to create her own world. She

had not read the book before the

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script was offered and she then read

the book and was allowed to create

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these incredible worlds and planets

to look the way she imagined. I

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think when we first showed up, when

I realised it was a big movie, was

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the first day I went for fittings

and there were all the... I thought

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this is like cosmic couture.

You

entered into it not knowing it was a

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big movie?

I knew it was a big movie

but there were times when all of us

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were on a planet and we thought,

where are we, what are we doing,

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what is happening? Ava was the North

star. It was a big movie. I said yes

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because I wanted to hang out with

Ava and I wanted to go to New

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Zealand. That is why I said yes and

it worked out for me! As we started

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to work together I realised, this is

like the Wizard of Oz for another

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generation. We will be

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generation. We will be remembered by

young children. Somebody says, are

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you Mrs Which? I say no, I had a

talk show, honey.

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talk show, honey. That I have been

doing 25 years.

While we are sitting

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chatting with these three

inspirational women, we cannot

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forget our team of heroes busting a

gut for Sport Relief.

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All this week, Alex and our

marvellous mums are taking

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on the Mother of all Challenges.

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Here's how they did

on their first day -

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swimming Loch Ness.

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It is mother's day and we are up

bright and early and there are mixed

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feelings.

It is exciting!

Yes, it

is. I love your positivity. This

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morning, Jodie is worried she has

done her neck in.

How does it feel?

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I can do this and get to there.

But

there are nice surprises also.

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Wishing you luck on Mother's Day.

It

is home-made.

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is home-made. Debbie gets a message

from her girls.

Happy Mother's Day!

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The thought of getting into the very

cold water is affecting us in

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different ways. In Debbie's case it

is a signature hot flush.

Are you

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hot now? It is horrible.

I have

never wished for the menopause, but

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I sort of do now! Arriving at Loch

mess we realised it was a privilege

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to swim here.

The key is to focus on the scenery.

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Let's think of the positives. It is

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The key is to focus on the scenery.

Let's think of the positives. It is

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not snowing.

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not snowing.

Surprisingly, our first

challenge is not the cold waters, it

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is getting into our wet suits.

I

feel like a sausage.

This must be

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worth 50 quid, getting the wet suit

on.

For our mothers it is a tough

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start to the week.

I feel I am

walking to the gallows.

In a relay

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format they will swim about a mile.

I am nervous about it. If it was a

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couple of degrees colder, it would

be iced over.

Every stroke will be

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like every contraction we had. One

more we do not have to do again.

To

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Loch Ness and any monsters living

there, let's go.

As soon as you are

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submerged in cold water you

hyperventilate and that can be a

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problem because as you

hyperventilate you can take on a lot

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of water.

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of water.

It was a real struggle,

but I just refused to give up.

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CHEERING

I just feel brilliant. I just

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thought I was going to let them

down. It is Leigh's turn next.

Water

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strips heat so hypothermia can

create all sorts of problems.

And

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Leigh and struggled with her

breathing during training does fill

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the strain but pushes through.

Yes!

I want to be you when I'm older!

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Jodi takes over from Leigh next.

I

would have wanted to be my mummy if

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there was a lock knife monster in

the swimming thing...

Our mums with

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an expert team who will look after

them but what it does mean, makes it

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incredibly challenging. This is not

just about swimming, this is about

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coping with the environment as well.

Despite her neck problems, Jodi

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maintains her focus and makes it to

the red bouy.

I'm just so relieved,

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I was like go, go, go. My shoulder

started giving up. I was like legs

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the whole way.

At the midway point,

Debbie takes to the water. The cold

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wasn't an issue for Debbie, it was

the water coming into her goggles.

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They are all there giving it their

best, and that's the key. If they

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come together as a team, they can

support each other and that's when

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success will come.

Our mum hates the

cold. If super Mayan has -- Superman

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has kryptonite, our mum has cold.

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Yes!

Yes!

We did it!

First challenge complete and its

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teamwork that did it. We have a long

way to go, so please support us and

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give what you can. Thank you.

APPLAUSE

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Huge congratulations. Oprah, I read

that one of your many pleasures is

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Beijing.

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Beijing. -- bathing.

For them to

whether that, how do they do that?

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They are strong mums!

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Tomorrow, the Mother

of all Challenges continues.

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Alex and the team will be embark

on a day long hike towards

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the summit of Helvellyn.

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They're doing this to raise money

for Sport Relief, of course,

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so if our guests wouldn't mind,

here's how you can donate.

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Reese.

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To support the Mother

of All Challenges and make

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a donation to Sport Relief,

you can donate £5 by texting

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the word MUM to 70205.

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To donate £10 pounds text

the word MUM to 70210.

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And listen, you want to be generous?

Come on.

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And you can donate £20 by texting

the word MUM to 70220.

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Texts will cost your donation

plus your standard network message

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charge and all of your donation

will go to Sport Relief.

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You must be 16 or over and please

ask the bill payer's permission.

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For full terms and conditions,

or to donate any amount online,

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go to bbc.co.uk/sportrelief.

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Speaking of mothers, Mindy,

congratulations!

Thank you.

APPLAUSE

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How has it been, have you taken to

it?

It's wonderful, she has a lot of

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personality, only three months old.

You had a different announcement, it

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was announced in the world...

Someone else took it upon

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themselves...

It was sort of leaked

in the US...

Tell me, did I do this?

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People keep saying to me I did it,

did I do it?

Yes. This is what

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happened...

LAUGHTER

My pregnancy was showing so people

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started assuming I was pregnant and

then you spread it but I hadn't

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confirmed it, mostly for vanity's

steak. I told Oprah almost

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immediately at a press event at

Disney World, I was either, the

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motions and told them. I think you

said in an interview or something,

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and are excited for Mindy and her

baby, and so confirming. They

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tricked you. They said you must be

excited for Mindy and her baby.

Did

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I know that was a trick question?

Until this minute!

They got

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confirmation from new.

You made up

for it.

How?

With this amazing gift.

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I adore Mindy and have such regard

for her. We used to say Mindy,

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during outbreaks would go in,

Mindy's in the trail of writing a

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new play. Mindy's in the trail of

writing another book, writing a new

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script. I wanted to honour that but

what I really wanted to do, in the

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movie Mrs Who is in this tree house

filled with books. What I really

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wanted to do but wasn't able to

because I saw by the time I spoke to

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so many people the child would be in

college!

LAUGHTER

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I was trying to build a tree house

are you good place books all in the

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tree has built. I ended up having to

do a small little castle.

Just a

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small little home-made castle.

And

send books to her.

The 100

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essentials.

Go through them going

would she like this, would you like

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that?

What did they say?

Each was

embossed with Catherine's book club.

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So if she ever decides to go into

business...!

LAUGHTER

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Mindy, you sound incredibly busy.

Reese, you're also very busy as an

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executive producer. The other

production company.

She is starting

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the season two.

Season to work Big

Little Lies on Friday.

CHEERING AND

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APPLAUSE

We are very excited. You have to get

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yourself up to date with this.

There

are a lot of good surprises.

And a

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big name?

A big name, Meryl Streep

is joining us. Very exciting. She

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plays Alex's mother who comes back

to town and wonders how her son

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mysteriously died. She doesn't trust

any of us. It is just fun. It is

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really great. I created a production

company about seven years ago.

Why

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did you do that?

I saw parts for

women in Hollywood were lacking,

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they were very flat and lacked

nuance and I thought, gosh, if I'm

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not interested, I called some of my

colleagues and they weren't getting

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interesting parts either. I thought,

I read a tonne of books, I might as

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well by some of the and turn them

into movies. I started with a book

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called Wild men Blonde Girl. And

Then Big Little Lies.

Amazing! You

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Know What... Let's Just Do This.

No

One's Ever Heard Of It!

Just A

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Little Movie.

I Was Excited, The

First Two Movies Got Three Oscar

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Nominations The Three Women. It Was

Important To Me Because It Was Not

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Just About Creating Characters

that... I just wanted to show women

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are complex and different and have

so many different dynamics. I felt

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really proud I was able to

accomplish something for someone

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else.

This woman packs a lot of

power. I have said this may have

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both heard me say this. I didn't

know... You won't pregnant when we

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were filming?

No.

They were mothers

but every day, we were doing make up

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for 3-4 hours every day and then had

a long, long, long hours and a lot

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of blue screen star. At the end of

the day, the last thing you do is go

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in the trailer and take off your

wigs. Got to take my wigs off! And

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getting all the make-up. As we were

doing it, I would think, OK, I'm

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going to go back to the hotel and

them bottle of bad wine with the cap

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on it.

LAUGHTER

Can put my feet up and she's going

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to go home, she's walking out the

same door I walk out and now she

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steps into another role of being a

mother. When you've worked 14 hours

0:24:400:24:44

a day, now you've got to walk in,

your kids don't care that you worked

0:24:440:24:48

14 hours a day, they don't care what

you did, they don't care if you are

0:24:480:24:52

hanging from the ceiling. I just had

such respect and regard for people

0:24:520:24:55

who can raise their children, do the

work, and still remain present for

0:24:550:25:02

all of it. I think that's huge, you

know? You all the years I was doing

0:25:020:25:06

my show...

APPLAUSE

People showed up every day in the

0:25:060:25:11

audience...

This is the thing with

you, Oprah. You managed to nail it

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every time you speak. At the Golden

Globes, people were talking after

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that. I think you turned down the

fact he want to run for president.

I

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will not be running!

0:25:230:25:28

will not be running! It's not

happening, not happening!

The point

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is people want you to do it. So how

does it feel, when you know that are

0:25:320:25:36

a lot of people who do believe that

you are the key to their future?

Do

0:25:360:25:40

you know what it feels like? Like a

big reward. Like when you win

0:25:400:25:45

something or you get a claim from

your colleagues -- train from your

0:25:450:25:51

colleagues. When you get a claim

from people whose opinions you

0:25:510:25:55

respect, and most people say, good

on you, you are doing a good job. It

0:25:550:25:59

says you are moving in the right

direction in your life and in your

0:25:590:26:03

work. So it feels very life

affirming that I might, that not

0:26:030:26:08

might, I have lived my life in such

a way that people have enough

0:26:080:26:13

respect and trust and confidence in

me that I could do that. But I feel

0:26:130:26:19

that this lesson for running for

office is an important lesson for

0:26:190:26:25

everyone when anyone is pulling on

you for anything. Whether you are 18

0:26:250:26:29

graduating from high school and your

mum and dad want you to go to a

0:26:290:26:32

certain school when you know in your

heart that is not what you want to

0:26:320:26:35

do, or your relatives, your friends,

your bosses, everyone has their idea

0:26:350:26:39

of what it is you are supposed to

become inside each of us, it's the

0:26:390:26:45

story of this movie on what each of

us are trying to teach Meg, you are

0:26:450:26:49

enough and inside yourself you know

what your truth is. And it is your

0:26:490:26:52

job, that is really the only job you

have, to follow that thing that

0:26:520:26:57

leads you to the best place for you.

They doesn't matter how many people

0:26:570:27:00

are saying it. Believe me, I have

great respect that people think I

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could.

Oprah, thank you so much.

LAUGHTER

0:27:050:27:09

We are a live show that has brought

us halfway to end! APPLAUSE

0:27:090:27:16

A Wrinkle in Time is in UK cinemas

on the 23rd of March. You will stay

0:27:160:27:21

with us now because we have the most

beautiful tributes now to one of our

0:27:210:27:24

great.

0:27:240:27:25

Tonight, in commemoration

of a comedy legend, you'll be able

0:27:250:27:28

to see the Ken Dodd Arena special

at 10:45pm on BBC One,

0:27:280:27:31

followed by Ken Dodd:

Talking Comedy at 11:45pm.

0:27:310:27:37

But as our own tribute, here's to

the man who wanted to spread a

0:27:370:27:40

little happiness.

0:27:400:27:40

Goodbye Doddy.

0:27:400:27:43

I think laughter is the most

beautiful sound in the world. Music

0:27:430:27:47

is beautiful, but laughter is

absolutely fantastic, marvellous,

0:27:470:27:50

wonderful. A wonderful, wonderful

sound, the sound of an audience,

0:27:500:27:55

lovely.

Until we meet again, God bless you

0:27:550:28:01

all and lots and lots of happiness!

# Happiness, happiness, the greatest

0:28:010:28:07

gift that I possess...

I'm delighted

to be here with you tonight. All

0:28:070:28:13

this goodwill. What about you, Mrs,

have you been tickling my goodwill?

0:28:130:28:19

My dad always used is said to me,

you must always be original, there

0:28:190:28:22

can only be one of everyone. So I

capitalised on the teeth and hair

0:28:220:28:27

and said I'm the only one that can

eat a tomato with a tennis racket. A

0:28:270:28:32

lady went to the doctor said Doctor,

doctor, I have more sleeping pills

0:28:320:28:36

for my husband? He said why? She

said, he woke up!

0:28:360:28:40

Audiences are different.

I was at Leeds the other morning and

0:28:400:28:44

said to a man, can you help me out

he? He said yes, which way did you

0:28:440:28:48

come in?

I can tell you what they laugh in

0:28:480:28:54

Yorkshire, Devon, Essex. Nobody

knows what they laugh at in London.

0:28:540:29:00

You cannot make people laugh, you

can only give people laugh. Laughter

0:29:000:29:04

is inside you. All you do as a

comedian is touched the spring of

0:29:040:29:09

laughter.

Ladies and gentlemen, this is what I

0:29:090:29:12

call a theatre. A place we can sleep

in comfort.

LAUGHTER

0:29:120:29:17

And you will, I promise you!

# The time has come to say good

0:29:170:29:26

night

# For every road must end

0:29:260:29:28

# To the ones that care and are

always there

0:29:280:29:32

#

I performed all over Europe and in

America.

0:29:320:29:38

I will be absolutely truthful. There

is nowhere better than knotty Ash.

0:29:380:29:41

My heart, my mind, it is all here in

Knotty Ash. When I was about four or

0:29:410:29:49

five I wanted to be a hero. I'm

still doing my best!

0:29:490:29:58

# As we go down the road of life

# Sometimes we raced too fast

0:29:580:30:04

# And as we chase the future...

Thank you, thank you for all the

0:30:040:30:11

love and affection, support. Yet,

and advice, sometimes.

0:30:110:30:20

I can do it, I will do it and I do

it just for you.

0:30:200:30:27

# Absent friends...

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