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Presented by Alex Jones and Michael Ball. On the sofa are Gregg Wallace and the MasterChef finalists, and there is a world-exclusive live performance from Harry Styles.


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Fantastic morning. I did wait ten hours to meet him five years ago.

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Hello and Welcome to the One Show with Alex Jones,

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And the ball I've always got my eye on...

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Obviously the crowd's not ALL for me, they're

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here for tonight's global exclusive performance from Mr Harry Styles!

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The crowd's ready, but where's Harry?

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Harry's performance isn't the only exclusive this evening,

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we've got access to previously unseen footage shot behind

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And there's a cherry on the top of tonight's show -

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Gregg Wallace is here with the three finalists ahead of this evening's

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What are you most excited about, the final or Harry Styles? The final.

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Has been absolutely brilliant this year. The standard is massive.

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I'm starting to feel a bit sorry for the couple in our first film.

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The One Show is really putting their relationship to the test.

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First we made them take on the highest climbing wall in Britain.

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They are arguing their way around London in their first do-it-yourself

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tour car. This is the type of tour you want to

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be taking. James, explained. This is London's first self drive tour. We

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have a screen with a root and as you are driving the route, you get

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sightseeing commentary. You feel you are exploring and feel free. We can

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get into the looks and crannies other tours can't. Let's go. Hello.

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Go, Kiara. I am afraid. It is cute, isn't it. Concentrate on the

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driving. This is the only American Embassy in the world the US is

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leasing, rather than owning our great. Mayfair boasts the highest

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concentration of 5-star hotels in London. I like it that you can be

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around this part of London and not in a tour bus feeling like a common.

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I am in my convertible car. Legend has it the second Duke of

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Westminster was lovestruck after meeting a mad Chanel and ordered all

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the lamp post on his land to be adorned with their initials next to

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his own. If you believe that, you will believe anything. You are so

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funny. This is a nice way to see London. Sorry about my driving. She

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has been driving for 20 years. We have gone wrong, but don't worry. At

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the junction, we should have gone straight ahead. Just go all around

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the square and try again. If you were paying attention, I wouldn't

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have gone wrong, you are the navigator. One afternoon in 1980,

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two Americans came into the store. A fat so critical to the image, he

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would lose his right arm to get it. They bought it for Indiana Jones. He

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has really nice titbits of information you wouldn't necessarily

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know. What are you doing? No you are not, John? No you are not. Tourists.

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Tourists. Try and be a little bit posh, please. The sad music. Hold

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back the tears and Leicester enjoy our last few moments together. That

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was fun. A big thank you to John and Kiara.

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They have been amazing. Do you think John would do all right in one of

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those cars? Yes, I think we would probably do a restaurant tour of

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London. Who be driving? I will drive. The night is a big night in

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the master chef calendar. Last year we watched Jayne Devonshire take

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home the crime, but who will it be this year? Welcome the master Chef

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finalist, Giovanna, Saliha and Steve. This is the moment from last

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night when these three found out they had won a place in the final.

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You three are the final three. Well done, everybody. You are joking.

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It is not surprising the emotion they feel, let alone winning, but

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being in the final can change your life? It does change lives, you must

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have realised that already, just going into the shop. Master chef has

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spawned over 20 restaurants. Do you get discount in everyone? Loyalty

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cards. You do get looked after. Never see you looking that emotional

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on master chef, but you were looking quite tearful. I don't know what it

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is about this year, but the talent is incredible. It is, I feel quite

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starstruck and I am never like that. They have worked so hard. You are

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judges and impartial, but you cannot help getting fond of people. What is

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hard about making that decision about who goes. It is hard to

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promote people and encourage them and watch them do really well and

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then to have to dismiss them from the competition. It is really hard.

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I don't know anything about cooking, but you do. But the standard seems

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to be really high. Saliha, I liked your fish and chips. It was

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something that you said, it is familiar, yet extraordinary, you

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said. What made you want to take part in master chef, because you are

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a doctor? Yes, the decision was my husband, not mine. He decided to

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fill out the form for me. It is when it got to the difficult questions he

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got too, and then he said this is the laptop, the last two questions,

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just do them. But I had always wanted to do it. He must have had

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every faith in you to do it? Yes come he did. How do you decide what

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you're going to cook for last meal? You look back and what you have done

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before, what worked, what did John and Greg say. They know where our

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strengths alive. Do you get any steering, do they say, maybe think

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about this or do you have to do it yourselves? They don't know what we

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are cooking until they get there. We will get a desert from each of them

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because they cook three courses in the final. I love the final, apart

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from the judging when you have to say one of them is a winner. You can

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get really fat on that final. You want to stick your head in the bowl

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because they are great and their final three dishes are amazing. What

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fascinates me, you develop and learn, but when you have two cup for

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the guests who come in, who is the most scary? I suppose doing the

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chef's table is daunting. All those guys at the top of their game,

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judging you. It is the first time we have been in that experience. You

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see the recipes for the first time. Having to get it done and feed them,

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it is... You have seemed really calm. Last night you were a bit

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rattled, a tiny bit. How do you control that sort of thing going

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into the final? You try and focus on the task, ignore what is going on

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around you. If something doesn't go right, you just have to get your

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head down and battled through it. I cannot wait for the night. We are

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going to rush home so quickly. Talking about beautifully prepared

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dishes, Harry Styles will be singing live for us. There were other

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musicians before Harry and some of them created just as much hysteria

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where ever they went. In 1965, there was only one show in time. Help was

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the Beagle's second feature film and a global sensation. The bizarre plot

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sees the Fab four chased around the world by a religious cults, intent

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on reclaiming a sacred ring. It is one of the biggest films in music

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history and has been credited with inventing the pop video. But if you

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thought you knew everything there is to know about this landmark of

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British cinema, think again. Previously unseen footage shot

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behind-the-scenes of Help was unearthed and The one Show has been

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given exclusive access to this important piece of cinema history.

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Abigail is the daughter of Leo, who played the Beatles arch nemesis. But

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he is better known as Rumpole Of The Bailey. After my father died I had

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to go through personal stuff. I came across this and it had snow scenes

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are written on it, I thought it is Austria, it has got to be Help.

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Austria was the setting for one of the key scenes and a chase across

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the snow. And the little number you may have heard before. I remember

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the day my father said he was going to do a film with the Beatles. Off

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we went on an aeroplane from Heathrow. It was an extremely happy

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time in my life. I don't think I have seen this since I was ten, so

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that is like 50 years ago. It is like a premier like no other and the

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British film Institute has agreed to host a special reunion for some of

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the original cast and crew. Peter was Paul McCartney's stunt double in

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the film. Dick Lester gave me the job and he said, can you wrestle

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with a tiger? I said no. He said, don't worry about that, you will be

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Paul McCartney's double. Eleanor played the sultry femme fatale. It

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was my first film, I was anxious not to flow. Completing the reunion is

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Betty, the hairstylist. George dandruff Harrison. Not spilling any

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means. This will be diverse team this behind-the-scenes footage has

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been shown anywhere in the world. There is the boys arriving. The

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remarkable film reveals unguarded moments of the Beatles in between

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takes. Playing in a brass band. And even George challenging John to a

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curling match. They all have the same kind of hairstyles? George had

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very Coursera, Ringo had very fine hair. He always had that white

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streak. When he washed it, he immediately put it forward, he never

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wanted to see it back. Look how glamorous you are. Dick had to tell

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me to stop blinking. As soon as he said, action, I started blinking out

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of fear. The home movie gives a red insight into how the film was made

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and revealing the secret behind one of its stunts. Peter, how would they

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have done that? The director would have asked, what have you had for

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breakfast? After that, lots of rehearsal, like an act that would

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learn the lines. The stuntman rehearses a great deal in his own

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mind he does it. Clever editing does the rest. Wait for me. What has it

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been like seeing the footage? It has brought back lots of memories. The

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Beatles were very real and I thought it was very, very nice. I loved

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seeing my dad, obviously and me looking so happy. I do remember it

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as a very, very exciting time of my life. I won't ever forget it.

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Those are the three films they did, but they weren't the only one pitch

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to the Beatles? There was a western, guess what they were going to be.

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Cowboys! Yes, they were going to be cowboys. Fresh from Liverpool, over

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the pond, so they could keep their accent. The film got made, but not

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with the Beatles. The three Musketeers what the next one, who do

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you think would have made a good. Onion? The one with the two earliest

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moustache, I should imagine. Oh, Ringo! Allegedly, that was who would

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have played him. Rigid border would have starred. Richard Lester could

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not get them to do it, but he made the film in 1974. Lord of the rings,

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directed by Stanley Kubrick. That is brilliant! Why would they not do it?

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That is why! That is exactly right. Allegedly John Wood have been

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Gollum. George would have been Gandalf. I can see him as Gandalf.

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He looks like a wizard. I suppose. Talking did not agree. They were not

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in the Jungle book, but whenever I have seen it, they were considered

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for it, the vultures... Look what is coming our way. What in

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the world is that? I love that. It is not the best

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Liverpudlian accent! It is not quite them. Last year, when they did the

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remake, the two remaining Beatles were approached, but it happened too

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late, so it did not happen. What a shame.

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One Liverpool resident that didn't end up quite as popular

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as The Beatles is the Metropolitan Cathedral

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Scousers have had a love-hate relationship with it

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But firmly fighting its corner is comedian Alexei Sayle,

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who's back on his home turf to find out why the building is still

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Liverpool is full of iconic structures. The life of building,

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the cavern club, Anfield stadium, but to my mind, one of the finest

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landmarks in this city is also one of the strangest looking. The

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Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral. The building has gone at many

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nicknames over the years, Paddy's wigwam, the Mersey funnel, the

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Pope's launch pad, my favourite is mid-20th-century civic building in

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the modernist style. Believe it or not, it is quite an important

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building to me. I was 15 when it was built, I spent a lot of time in

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here. It was the most extraordinary, meditative space. I used to sit

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there all walk around and think about the things that were bothering

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me as a teenager, would I ever get a goal friend, where would my life go,

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what is this thing called hummus that everybody is talking about? The

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Opening Ceremony was held in 1967. I remember walking in and thinking, it

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is so big. To a child, you can imagine, I was a dwarf by it. I was

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on duty as a policeman, we were here for two days, not exactly to control

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the crowds, because they were nice... It was quite an event for

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the city. I think it is at its best when there is a service. The swell

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of the sound and the enthusiasm of the people lived it up. Designed by

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Frederick Hibberd, the layout flew in the face of tradition. After a

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catalogue of structural flaws, the Cathedral sued him for ?1.3 million.

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That was not the end of their problems. Given that it was such a

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revolutionary design, ... Who has not had trouble with their builders,

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but you have had trouble with your roof. ?8 million to do the repairs.

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The whole building cost 2 million in 1967. For the first 25 years the

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congregation had some water dropping on them, but now occasionally it

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drops on the priests, around the century. It is fair enough, really.

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Perhaps the most striking feature of the building is the glass lantern.

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It was designed by John Piper and Patrick rent Ian 's. But letting

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artists experiment in the 60s has not paid off. Today it is in a sorry

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state. Architectural restorer Rob Chambers is helping to conserve this

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modernist Marvel. This was highly innovative, the way the lighting was

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constructive. Absolutely, we are talking about one of the first

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examples of a technique which means slab of glass, it was craned into

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place. It was not exactly future proofed. Italy from day one, that is

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one of the key challenges. How high up is the lantern? 70 metres from

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here, but to get a sense of the scale, we need to get up there and

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have a look. There is no way you will catch me dangling on a string

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up there, so while Rob climbs onto the roof, I will literally take a

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cue and enjoy the view. It looks amazing. From the outside, it is

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possible to see the true extent of the damage. The slabs of glass, you

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can see how it has fractured. You get a sense of how the pieces were

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created, they have been checked by hand into shape. We have the cast

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edges, where we have most of the issues, where the resin is not

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adhering to the glass panels. I do not envy the lads, they have their

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work cut out, restoring that lot. But it will be worth it. This

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building seems even more distinctive and original than it did when it was

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being built. It was constructive at a time of incredible experimentation

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in architecture. Now you get these buildings with names like the shard

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or the walkie-talkie or the Satsuma, but in a way that is a banality

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about them. This building embodies a spirit at a time of revolution, and

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that is why it is loved and should be admired.

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Now it's time for our world exclusive from the man whose

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new album is intriguingly titled Harry Styles.

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Singing Sweet Creature, please welcome Harry Styles.

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# Had another talk about where it's going wrong

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# Wherever I go, you will bring me home

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# When I run out of road, you will bring me home

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# Running through the garden, oh, where nothing bothered us

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# I always think about you and how we don't speak enough

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# Wherever I go, you will bring me home

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# When I run out of road, you will bring me home

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# Wherever I go, you will bring me home

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# When I run out of road, you will bring me home.

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Fabulous. That was lovely. A global first. Everybody here already knows

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the words. I snuck it out. The album was released today. Looking at the

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download charts, you are number one in 84 countries. Pretty amazing. I

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have been very overwhelmed by the whole thing. I am very happy with

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it. Michael has a question, how come you called the album Harry Styles?

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My first album was called Michael Ball. I thought it would have been a

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good choice. We were going to call mine Michael Ball! Why did you hit

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on that? It is my first album, it was a piece of me that I do not feel

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like I had shed before. You have written most of the tracks? All of

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them. That is a lovely song. Before, there were four of you, now it is

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more exposing, are you enjoying the attention, or do you feel like,

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where are the others? It is different, but it has been really

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fun, it is an exciting time for us to explore different things. One

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thing we have to ask, there is an image change, where has the Hague

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on? I had a trim. You had more than a trim. I did a movie last year.

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Dunkirk, you have to have the army haircut. It looks great. So does

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yours! Who would have thought Harry Styles and Michael Ball have become

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like that! You recorded it in Jamaica, why? I wanted to be away

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from getting distracted. Very chilled. It worked. It has been

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fantastic to see him get a night, they are very pleased you came.

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Lovely. Thank you. A huge thank you to Harry. The new album is out

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today. Thank you to Gregg. The MasterChef final is straight

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after us on BBC One. I'll be back on Monday

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with Dreamgirls star Amber Riley, and star of the BBC's brand-new

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drama Broken, Anna Friel Three reasons we love Eurovision -

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the costumes. Ah, yes!

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Who could forget the milkmaids? The passion.

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We are unstoppable.

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Presented by Alex Jones and guest presenter Michael Ball.

On the sofa are Gregg Wallace and the MasterChef finalists ahead of the big showdown. And there is a world-exclusive live performance from global music star Harry Styles.