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.
Hello and Welcome to the One Show with Alex Jones,
And the ball I've always got my eye on...
Obviously the crowd's not ALL for me, they're
here for tonight's global exclusive performance from Mr Harry Styles!
The crowd's ready, but where's Harry?
Harry's performance isn't the only exclusive this evening,
we've got access to previously unseen footage shot behind
And there's a cherry on the top of tonight's show -
Gregg Wallace is here with the three finalists ahead of this evening's
What are you most excited about, the final or Harry Styles? The final.
Has been absolutely brilliant this year. The standard is massive.
I'm starting to feel a bit sorry for the couple in our first film.
The One Show is really putting their relationship to the test.
First we made them take on the highest climbing wall in Britain.
They are arguing their way around London in their first do-it-yourself
tour car. This is the type of tour you want to
be taking. James, explained. This is London's first self drive tour. We
have a screen with a root and as you are driving the route, you get
sightseeing commentary. You feel you are exploring and feel free. We can
get into the looks and crannies other tours can't. Let's go. Hello.
Go, Kiara. I am afraid. It is cute, isn't it. Concentrate on the
driving. This is the only American Embassy in the world the US is
leasing, rather than owning our great. Mayfair boasts the highest
concentration of 5-star hotels in London. I like it that you can be
around this part of London and not in a tour bus feeling like a common.
I am in my convertible car. Legend has it the second Duke of
Westminster was lovestruck after meeting a mad Chanel and ordered all
the lamp post on his land to be adorned with their initials next to
his own. If you believe that, you will believe anything. You are so
funny. This is a nice way to see London. Sorry about my driving. She
has been driving for 20 years. We have gone wrong, but don't worry. At
the junction, we should have gone straight ahead. Just go all around
the square and try again. If you were paying attention, I wouldn't
have gone wrong, you are the navigator. One afternoon in 1980,
two Americans came into the store. A fat so critical to the image, he
would lose his right arm to get it. They bought it for Indiana Jones. He
has really nice titbits of information you wouldn't necessarily
know. What are you doing? No you are not, John? No you are not. Tourists.
Tourists. Try and be a little bit posh, please. The sad music. Hold
back the tears and Leicester enjoy our last few moments together. That
was fun. A big thank you to John and Kiara.
They have been amazing. Do you think John would do all right in one of
those cars? Yes, I think we would probably do a restaurant tour of
London. Who be driving? I will drive. The night is a big night in
the master chef calendar. Last year we watched Jayne Devonshire take
home the crime, but who will it be this year? Welcome the master Chef
finalist, Giovanna, Saliha and Steve. This is the moment from last
night when these three found out they had won a place in the final.
You three are the final three. Well done, everybody. You are joking.
It is not surprising the emotion they feel, let alone winning, but
being in the final can change your life? It does change lives, you must
have realised that already, just going into the shop. Master chef has
spawned over 20 restaurants. Do you get discount in everyone? Loyalty
cards. You do get looked after. Never see you looking that emotional
on master chef, but you were looking quite tearful. I don't know what it
is about this year, but the talent is incredible. It is, I feel quite
starstruck and I am never like that. They have worked so hard. You are
judges and impartial, but you cannot help getting fond of people. What is
hard about making that decision about who goes. It is hard to
promote people and encourage them and watch them do really well and
then to have to dismiss them from the competition. It is really hard.
I don't know anything about cooking, but you do. But the standard seems
to be really high. Saliha, I liked your fish and chips. It was
something that you said, it is familiar, yet extraordinary, you
said. What made you want to take part in master chef, because you are
a doctor? Yes, the decision was my husband, not mine. He decided to
fill out the form for me. It is when it got to the difficult questions he
got too, and then he said this is the laptop, the last two questions,
just do them. But I had always wanted to do it. He must have had
every faith in you to do it? Yes come he did. How do you decide what
you're going to cook for last meal? You look back and what you have done
before, what worked, what did John and Greg say. They know where our
strengths alive. Do you get any steering, do they say, maybe think
about this or do you have to do it yourselves? They don't know what we
are cooking until they get there. We will get a desert from each of them
because they cook three courses in the final. I love the final, apart
from the judging when you have to say one of them is a winner. You can
get really fat on that final. You want to stick your head in the bowl
because they are great and their final three dishes are amazing. What
fascinates me, you develop and learn, but when you have two cup for
the guests who come in, who is the most scary? I suppose doing the
chef's table is daunting. All those guys at the top of their game,
judging you. It is the first time we have been in that experience. You
see the recipes for the first time. Having to get it done and feed them,
it is... You have seemed really calm. Last night you were a bit
rattled, a tiny bit. How do you control that sort of thing going
into the final? You try and focus on the task, ignore what is going on
around you. If something doesn't go right, you just have to get your
head down and battled through it. I cannot wait for the night. We are
going to rush home so quickly. Talking about beautifully prepared
dishes, Harry Styles will be singing live for us. There were other
musicians before Harry and some of them created just as much hysteria
where ever they went. In 1965, there was only one show in time. Help was
the Beagle's second feature film and a global sensation. The bizarre plot
sees the Fab four chased around the world by a religious cults, intent
on reclaiming a sacred ring. It is one of the biggest films in music
history and has been credited with inventing the pop video. But if you
thought you knew everything there is to know about this landmark of
British cinema, think again. Previously unseen footage shot
behind-the-scenes of Help was unearthed and The one Show has been
given exclusive access to this important piece of cinema history.
Abigail is the daughter of Leo, who played the Beatles arch nemesis. But
he is better known as Rumpole Of The Bailey. After my father died I had
to go through personal stuff. I came across this and it had snow scenes
are written on it, I thought it is Austria, it has got to be Help.
Austria was the setting for one of the key scenes and a chase across
the snow. And the little number you may have heard before. I remember
the day my father said he was going to do a film with the Beatles. Off
we went on an aeroplane from Heathrow. It was an extremely happy
time in my life. I don't think I have seen this since I was ten, so
that is like 50 years ago. It is like a premier like no other and the
British film Institute has agreed to host a special reunion for some of
the original cast and crew. Peter was Paul McCartney's stunt double in
the film. Dick Lester gave me the job and he said, can you wrestle
with a tiger? I said no. He said, don't worry about that, you will be
Paul McCartney's double. Eleanor played the sultry femme fatale. It
was my first film, I was anxious not to flow. Completing the reunion is
Betty, the hairstylist. George dandruff Harrison. Not spilling any
means. This will be diverse team this behind-the-scenes footage has
been shown anywhere in the world. There is the boys arriving. The
remarkable film reveals unguarded moments of the Beatles in between
takes. Playing in a brass band. And even George challenging John to a
curling match. They all have the same kind of hairstyles? George had
very Coursera, Ringo had very fine hair. He always had that white
streak. When he washed it, he immediately put it forward, he never
wanted to see it back. Look how glamorous you are. Dick had to tell
me to stop blinking. As soon as he said, action, I started blinking out
of fear. The home movie gives a red insight into how the film was made
and revealing the secret behind one of its stunts. Peter, how would they
have done that? The director would have asked, what have you had for
breakfast? After that, lots of rehearsal, like an act that would
learn the lines. The stuntman rehearses a great deal in his own
mind he does it. Clever editing does the rest. Wait for me. What has it
been like seeing the footage? It has brought back lots of memories. The
Beatles were very real and I thought it was very, very nice. I loved
seeing my dad, obviously and me looking so happy. I do remember it
as a very, very exciting time of my life. I won't ever forget it.
Those are the three films they did, but they weren't the only one pitch
to the Beatles? There was a western, guess what they were going to be.
Cowboys! Yes, they were going to be cowboys. Fresh from Liverpool, over
the pond, so they could keep their accent. The film got made, but not
with the Beatles. The three Musketeers what the next one, who do
you think would have made a good. Onion? The one with the two earliest
moustache, I should imagine. Oh, Ringo! Allegedly, that was who would
have played him. Rigid border would have starred. Richard Lester could
not get them to do it, but he made the film in 1974. Lord of the rings,
directed by Stanley Kubrick. That is brilliant! Why would they not do it?
That is why! That is exactly right. Allegedly John Wood have been
Gollum. George would have been Gandalf. I can see him as Gandalf.
He looks like a wizard. I suppose. Talking did not agree. They were not
in the Jungle book, but whenever I have seen it, they were considered
for it, the vultures... Look what is coming our way. What in
the world is that? I love that. It is not the best
Liverpudlian accent! It is not quite them. Last year, when they did the
remake, the two remaining Beatles were approached, but it happened too
late, so it did not happen. What a shame.
One Liverpool resident that didn't end up quite as popular
as The Beatles is the Metropolitan Cathedral
Scousers have had a love-hate relationship with it
But firmly fighting its corner is comedian Alexei Sayle,
who's back on his home turf to find out why the building is still
Liverpool is full of iconic structures. The life of building,
the cavern club, Anfield stadium, but to my mind, one of the finest
landmarks in this city is also one of the strangest looking. The
Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral. The building has gone at many
nicknames over the years, Paddy's wigwam, the Mersey funnel, the
Pope's launch pad, my favourite is mid-20th-century civic building in
the modernist style. Believe it or not, it is quite an important
building to me. I was 15 when it was built, I spent a lot of time in
here. It was the most extraordinary, meditative space. I used to sit
there all walk around and think about the things that were bothering
me as a teenager, would I ever get a goal friend, where would my life go,
what is this thing called hummus that everybody is talking about? The
Opening Ceremony was held in 1967. I remember walking in and thinking, it
is so big. To a child, you can imagine, I was a dwarf by it. I was
on duty as a policeman, we were here for two days, not exactly to control
the crowds, because they were nice... It was quite an event for
the city. I think it is at its best when there is a service. The swell
of the sound and the enthusiasm of the people lived it up. Designed by
Frederick Hibberd, the layout flew in the face of tradition. After a
catalogue of structural flaws, the Cathedral sued him for ?1.3 million.
That was not the end of their problems. Given that it was such a
revolutionary design, ... Who has not had trouble with their builders,
but you have had trouble with your roof. ?8 million to do the repairs.
The whole building cost 2 million in 1967. For the first 25 years the
congregation had some water dropping on them, but now occasionally it
drops on the priests, around the century. It is fair enough, really.
Perhaps the most striking feature of the building is the glass lantern.
It was designed by John Piper and Patrick rent Ian 's. But letting
artists experiment in the 60s has not paid off. Today it is in a sorry
state. Architectural restorer Rob Chambers is helping to conserve this
modernist Marvel. This was highly innovative, the way the lighting was
constructive. Absolutely, we are talking about one of the first
examples of a technique which means slab of glass, it was craned into
place. It was not exactly future proofed. Italy from day one, that is
one of the key challenges. How high up is the lantern? 70 metres from
here, but to get a sense of the scale, we need to get up there and
have a look. There is no way you will catch me dangling on a string
up there, so while Rob climbs onto the roof, I will literally take a
cue and enjoy the view. It looks amazing. From the outside, it is
possible to see the true extent of the damage. The slabs of glass, you
can see how it has fractured. You get a sense of how the pieces were
created, they have been checked by hand into shape. We have the cast
edges, where we have most of the issues, where the resin is not
adhering to the glass panels. I do not envy the lads, they have their
work cut out, restoring that lot. But it will be worth it. This
building seems even more distinctive and original than it did when it was
being built. It was constructive at a time of incredible experimentation
in architecture. Now you get these buildings with names like the shard
or the walkie-talkie or the Satsuma, but in a way that is a banality
about them. This building embodies a spirit at a time of revolution, and
that is why it is loved and should be admired.
Now it's time for our world exclusive from the man whose
new album is intriguingly titled Harry Styles.
Singing Sweet Creature, please welcome Harry Styles.
# Had another talk about where it's going wrong
# Wherever I go, you will bring me home
# When I run out of road, you will bring me home
# Running through the garden, oh, where nothing bothered us
# I always think about you and how we don't speak enough
# Wherever I go, you will bring me home
# When I run out of road, you will bring me home
# Wherever I go, you will bring me home
# When I run out of road, you will bring me home.
Fabulous. That was lovely. A global first. Everybody here already knows
the words. I snuck it out. The album was released today. Looking at the
download charts, you are number one in 84 countries. Pretty amazing. I
have been very overwhelmed by the whole thing. I am very happy with
it. Michael has a question, how come you called the album Harry Styles?
My first album was called Michael Ball. I thought it would have been a
good choice. We were going to call mine Michael Ball! Why did you hit
on that? It is my first album, it was a piece of me that I do not feel
like I had shed before. You have written most of the tracks? All of
them. That is a lovely song. Before, there were four of you, now it is
more exposing, are you enjoying the attention, or do you feel like,
where are the others? It is different, but it has been really
fun, it is an exciting time for us to explore different things. One
thing we have to ask, there is an image change, where has the Hague
on? I had a trim. You had more than a trim. I did a movie last year.
Dunkirk, you have to have the army haircut. It looks great. So does
yours! Who would have thought Harry Styles and Michael Ball have become
like that! You recorded it in Jamaica, why? I wanted to be away
from getting distracted. Very chilled. It worked. It has been
fantastic to see him get a night, they are very pleased you came.
Lovely. Thank you. A huge thank you to Harry. The new album is out
today. Thank you to Gregg. The MasterChef final is straight
after us on BBC One. I'll be back on Monday
with Dreamgirls star Amber Riley, and star of the BBC's brand-new
drama Broken, Anna Friel Three reasons we love Eurovision -
the costumes. Ah, yes!
Who could forget the milkmaids? The passion.
We are unstoppable.
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.