13/11/2017 The One Show


13/11/2017

The One Show is live in Morecambe as Team Rickshaw finish the fifth day of their Ride to the Clyde. Plus actor Ashley Jensen joins Alex Jones and Michael Ball in the studio.


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Hello and welcome to a brand

new week on The One Show

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with Alex Jones.

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And Michael Ball.

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Welcome back.

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It's nice to have you. Nice to be

back, it always is.

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Michael, what have

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you done with Alfie Boe,

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is he hiding under the sofa?

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We are on a break, I don't want to

discuss it!

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Matt is out on the road

with Team Rickshaw of course

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and here in the studio we're

doing our bit too, as we're joined

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by some of our brilliant viewers

who've been inspired by the rickshaw

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and have signed up to do

their own cycling challenges.

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If you want to get involved, all

the information is on the website.

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Later in the show the team will be

arriving in Morcambe where Eric

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and Ernie are holding the fort.

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Are we on?

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Don't worry - we're here.

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Right next to my statue

because you see I was

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born here in Morecambe.

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And I was born in Leeds.

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Morecambe and Leeds, which sounds

like a cheap day return.

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So I shortened my name

from Wiseman to Wise.

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To match his height, you see.

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Yeah, and there are actually

three statues of us.

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Oh, yes, this one of me here.

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One of me in Morely.

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And another one of his

wallet in Peterborough.

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A new one of us together

in Blackpool - famous for fish

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and chips and kiss me quick hats.

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Whereas here in Morecambe we have

kiss me slower hats.

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They've got Blackpool tower...

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And we haven't...

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So come to Morecambe and do this.

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It makes you feel good.

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And it's free.

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Do we get paid now?

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No.

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That's a shame.

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I thought so.

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Absolutely brilliant.

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Thanks Eric and Ern, also known

as Jonty Stephen and Ian Ashpitel.

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They are in Bury St Edmunds at the

end of the week.

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Our guest tonight grew up

with the real Morecambe and Wise.

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And now the star of Nativity,

Extras and Ugly Betty,

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has a big BBC One show of her own.

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It's Ashley Jensen.

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Thank you for having me.

Morecambe

underlies, a big part of your life

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growing up.

I grew up watching 1970s

comedy and sitcoms, Frank Spencer

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and Morecambe and wise, the good

life. I didn't go to the theatre,

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when I grew up in Scotland it was a

cultural void in the 1980s, we

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didn't have a lot of theatre so it

was 1970s sitcoms.

You can only take

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one with you to the desert island,

which one will it be?

For me, some

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mothers do have them, Frank Spencer.

He is a hero of mine.

We are going

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to talk all about your new drama,

Love, Lies And Records in a moment

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but first...

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Sheffield Council's determination

to cut down thousands

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of its mature trees is baffling.

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Even the Environment Secretary

has asked them to stop.

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Now 23 trees planted as a war

memorial are in the firing line.

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Andy's been back to the city

to ask if nothing is

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sacred there any more.

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The battle for Sheffield's trees has

been raging for almost five years

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now and in that time around 5000

have disappeared from streets like

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this one. The council say they are

felling trees only considered

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dangerous, diseased, damaging the

pavement or blocking access for

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disabled people. With 400 due for

the chop by March next year

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campaigners continue to protest

because they believe healthy trees

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are being unnecessarily replaced

with new saplings. On Western Road

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23 of these are due to be cut down,

a move that has proved particularly

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controversial. These trees were

planted to commemorate 401 former

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pupils of the local school who

served or died in World War I and

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the trees are now recognised as a

living war memorial.

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So today, more than 100 locals have

come together on Armistice Day to

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pick up a brush to immortalise on

camera as the Western Road trees,

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just in case they don't escape the

attentions of the council. How is

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your tree going? Paul Johnson's

uncle is one of the young men who

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the trees were planted to

commemorate.

In 1914 he went and

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joined up and unfortunately died in

1970, he took a direct hit from a

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shelf.

Carol's relative died during

the Battle of the song.

I came today

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to remember.

The man behind the

event is this artist, who painted

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the Queen and the last surviving

soldier of World War I, Harry patch.

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I remember Harry patch talking about

memorials and how we treat them in

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the future because he'll we have

living trees which embody a sense of

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community.

Can a painting helped to

change the council's mind?

It can

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have a very strong impact. They are

not allowed, shouting objects.

Since

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I was last here ten months ago,

Sheffield's urban warfare over the

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trees has only intensified. The case

has been in the High Court twice,

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the council winning both times.

Green Party councillor Alison Teale

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was arrested, and just this month

another protester received a

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suspended jail sentence. Even the

Environment Secretary Michael Gove

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has visited Sheffield and described

the scheme as bonkers but the

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council say the people of Sheffield

are already reaping the benefits

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with improved roads, pavements and

street lighting - part of a £2

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billion deal designed with

contractors. Campaigners say the

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huge costs involved may explain why

the council is reluctant to call a

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halt to the scheme although a High

Court ruling found no evidence of

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healthy trees being felled for

profit. I spoke to a veteran

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journalist with a rather familiar

name. Why doesn't the council simply

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stop this policy?

I don't think they

can. They have tied themselves so

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tightly into this contract that is

to pull-out would mean massive

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financial penalties for the council.

What kind of penalties we don't know

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because they won't let us see the

contract.

Why the secrecy?

A lot of

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it has been redacted.

The council

said some of the redacted material

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will become available if no longer

considered commercially sensitive.

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This local council is here today.

Are you embarrassed to be a

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councillor in Sheffield at the

moment?

It is tricky, isn't it, when

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you've got people who come to you as

an elected representative and say

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the policy you are putting forward

is not something we want. We have to

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run the city in the interests of

everybody in the city.

Can you say

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unequivocally that none of these

trees will be cut down?

They are

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being treated as a special case, and

they will look at commissioning some

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design work of what solutions can be

possible to keep the trees.

So there

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is still hope for the memorial trees

but with every week that passes,

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more trees are designated for

felling sofa the people of Sheffield

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this war is not over yet.

We don't

think there's any need to take the

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trees down.

They want to plant them

in another place, it wouldn't be the

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same.

Fingers crossed for those trees.

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It's terrible, isn't it?

This

compulsion to chop down trees is not

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good.

Marking all things important

is the premise to your new drama,

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Love, Lies And Records, written by

Kay Mellor, and it takes place in a

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registry office so we were thinking

when was the last time we were in a

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registry office. For me it was when

I was registering my son.

For me I

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was singing as a wedding because

Miranda Hart rang me up and asked me

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to do it as a surprise.

He is so

showbiz! What about you, Ashley?

We

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went for a bit of research before we

did the show to meet with people who

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did this job for the living and see

what kind of people they work and

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the environment they worked in. It

was amazing to connect with the

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people and find out what they were

like. They were very much people

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people. They loved people's stories

and listening to people.

Anyone in

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particular stick out for you?

There

was one lady there, I cannot

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remember her name but she still got

incredibly emotionally involved in

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every birth, marriage and death she

participated in. In one, someone had

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died and they really embraced every

event they do.

I suppose they are

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present for all of our important

moments in our life.

She went to

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register the death of her dad and

then registered a wedding, she

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looked around and thought this is an

amazing Place for the premise of a

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drama.

Because you not only have the

characters who work in the registry

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office but all the different

characters coming in.

And that is

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what she has done so cleverly with

this script. You deal with the work

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environment, then my character's

work environment. She tries to

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juggle home and working life.

Another level again.

There's lots of

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levels in this show, sometimes there

is injury that takes you on a

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journey. Then the writer takes a

sharp left that you weren't

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expecting. There are guest actors

that would come in and register the

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birth, marriage or death and then

you get closure on their story. It's

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quite messy because there's a lot

going on, a lot of relationships and

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storylines.

You mentioned injury.

Let's see some of that. This is your

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name on -- nemesis who has just lost

out on promotion.

I don't want this

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to undermine you and make you feel

you are not valued because you are,

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and I'm really going to need your

help if I'm going to pull this off.

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I will do the very best I can, like

I always have.

Thank you.

That it?

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Yes, for now.

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I have seen what happens after that

and it's not very nice, she's not a

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nice character.

She's not very happy

at all, that character. A lot of

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people bought because I was in and

Rebecca Front was in it, it would be

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a comedy. There is humour in it,

which is what Kay does so well, and

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it's nice to have ladies in it that

are not 25, and real women. I was

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insistent, let's not have our hair

done and get a manicure, just slap

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on a bit of polish. She was a

working mother. Things like that

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were quite important, that she was a

real woman struggling on a daily

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basis, trying to juggle everything.

You can see Love, Lies And Records

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on Thursday at nine o'clock on BBC

One. The rickshaw has crossed many

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impressive bridges as it has

travelled across the UK. The next

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route will take in the Wear crossing

in Sunderland. They will have to

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finish at first though.

These derelict banks were once home

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to a shipyard that closed in 1988

making thousands unemployed, but

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change is on the horizon. This is

the new Wear Crossing, the

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centrepiece of a new £117 million

plan to breed new life into the

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area. Tim Sullivan is managing the

design of this mammoth project. Has

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it all gone to plan?

All of the

difficult stuff has gone very well.

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One of the most challenging parts of

the construction so far has been

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installing the pylon.

The pylon is

one massive piece of steel,

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assembled in a yard in Belgium. It

was shipped over here on a very

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large barge, then two massive hinges

were attached and the whole thing

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was winched into the air.

It took

two days to lift the pylon

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interposition and they can now begin

the work of supporting the bridge's

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load. What is going on on the bridge

today?

You can see behind us the

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guys raising cables.

And to see how

it works, Tim has arranged a special

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trip for the One Show, 40 metres up.

This bridge is a cables day design

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and the way it works is these cables

that they are fitting today will

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transfer the weight of the bridge

itself and all of the traffic on it

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up onto this massive steel pylon and

that force is then transferred down

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the pylon and into the ground in the

middle of the river. The team are

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just beginning to string the cables.

It's an enormous job, taking 20

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engineers. Tim, what are they doing

right now?

This is the sheets for

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the cable which will support the

bridge.

They will be threaded

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between 45 and 77 individual strands

of steel, they can take the weight

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of seven tonnes, that 16 grand

pianos! When combined, one complete

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cable could lift the International

Space Station. How long does it take

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to assemble one of the cables from

the little individual strands?

I

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think it's about three days,

probably 100 miles altogether.

As

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well as getting to see the engineers

at work, from here you also get a

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real sense of how the bridge will

improve the area. Down here, where

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the old dockyards used to be,

there's plans to make a whole new

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community. The idea is to replace

these wastelands with new houses and

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shops to give this once lively part

of town a new lease of life.

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78-year-old Billy has lived and

worked here through boom and bust.

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Get industry down here, and

revitalise the area and get jobs.

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Bridges so much more than a road

across a river. They allow you to

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join communities together. While

this is a gorgeous example of bridge

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engineering, by creating that link,

this bridge will allow the

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regeneration of the South side of

the river in Sunderland.

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All 28 cables have now been put up

and the bridge is on course

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to open in Spring 2018.

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We're just a few minutes away

from Team Rickshaw's big

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arrival in Morecambe.

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First, here's how, this weekend,

38 hours of pedal power took them

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all the way from Oxfordshire

to Lancashire.

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A cold, wet morning in Banbury, and

even this early, our young

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supporters are out wishing us well.

But the rains have come down this

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morning, and riding up hills is a

challenge. In through your nose, out

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through your mouth. Come on, stay

with me, if you can. Brilliant.

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Brilliant. That's how you write a

rickshaw up a hill. Over the

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weekend, our plan was to ride the

rickshaw 132 miles, all the way to

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Salford. As we arrived to

Shakespeare's County, here at

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Warwick Castle, the donations come

in thick and fast. Thank you,

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everybody, for coming. Look at this!

We are over that first 100 mile

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mark, and the team spirit within

team rickshaw is riding high. In

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celebration of the generosity, we

can't but help make a big song and

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dance about it for the rest of the

day.

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# Boom, boom, shake the room.

# Sweet Caroline...

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Heading into Stoke on Trent, not

only do we get a brass band

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accompaniment, we also received some

hospitality from the local fire

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brigade, who are at the ready with

some local encouragement.

You can't

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come to Stoke-on-Trent without

sampling some of the delicacies.

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That's great. Nice? Having

refuelled, the team take time out

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for Remembrance. At 11am, we, along

with the rest of the country,

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observed two minutes' silence for

those who lost their lives in war.

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Early today, we left BBC breakfast

in Salford, and on this Monday

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morning, there's a real

determination as the riders tag team

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tackle hill after Hill after Hill.

It's a tough old climb, but there's

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always a welcome crowd and a hard

not to far away.

We missed you so

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much that we turned up today.

You

will be surprised when we turn up.

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Loot is 17 and from the Wirral. He

has a twin named J. Luke was born

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with cerebral palsy, which severely

affects his mobility. He had to have

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a complex operation at 11, which

took a long time to recover from.

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What do you remember about your

operation?

It was to help me become

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more independent and to help me stay

healthy for longer. It was so long.

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It took me six weeks just to get

back to sitting up, and 12 months of

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recovery. I was like, do I really

want to do this? I cried my eyes out

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standing up the first time in three

months. It was so difficult.

How did

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your brother deal with it all?

He

didn't like it at all. He's quite a

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sensitive guy and he didn't like

seeing me in pain. From where I was

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six years ago to now, it just feels

amazing.

Just talking to Luke there,

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and how hard it is for an

11-year-old to feel extreme pain,

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and just trying to walk from one

side of the room to the other...

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Luke was once a child in need, and

now he is a brave young adult that's

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going forward. And the reason why he

feels the way he does is because of

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the support he's had in the past. He

is doing all of this so that other

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children can get that same support,

go forward, and be brave young

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adults. That is what is so

inspiring, to me.

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So emotional to be riding next to

such an inspiring team, but the good

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news is that we have had our heads

down, and we have been heading to

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the town that gave the name to the

taller one of Britain's's best

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comedy duo. We have arrived in

Morecambe, everyone! We are here.

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All of Team Rickshaw are here bar

one. Stay with us for that. We have

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Morecambe and wise here. We haven't

been here that long. What do you

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think of the rickshaw so far?

Rubbish!

The whole idea of this is

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for the general public to donate.

Can I leave that review?

Eric, you

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should have the numbers.

Sorry? I've

got all the right numbers, but not

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necessarily in the right order.

You

fool. What about then? He seems like

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a nice young man. Give him the job.

Then, shall we show everyone how

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they can show their support? There

are three different amounts you can

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support this year.

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Those texts will cost your donation

plus your standard message charge,

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and all of your donation will go to

BBC Children in Need. You must be 16

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or over, so ask the bill payer's

permission. All of our terms and

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conditions are on our website. You

can also donate a different amount

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online. Thank you.

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Our North-west wonder

girl Liv will be riding

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the Rickshaw in tonight.

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Her family are here.

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Mum Adele, brother Alex,

Aunt Dianne and Uncle Jonathan.

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Adele, we know that

you lost your husband Roman

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to cancer two years ago.

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It was last June.

OK, so you lost

him last June. You see so many

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characteristics in Liv, going

through what she's going through

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right now. Tell us a little bit

about that, and what you see in her

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from him.

Liv is just fun loving.

She is living every moment through

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him. She is just quite dog-eared.

Have you noticed, going up the

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hills? She is so determined. Before

this, she hadn't really ridden a

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bike, and she wasn't really in to

keep fit. Her dad did teach her to

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ride a bike, but she didn't really

take to it.

She's got a real talent

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there.

Hasn't she?

Alex, as a

brother, did you ever keep up with

0:24:240:24:31

her on the bike?

Not really. She's

really, really determined, a really

0:24:310:24:36

determined girl, and this whole

talent has turned her around, and

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given her so much confidence. She

will come back a different person.

0:24:400:24:44

Shall be bring her in?

Yes, please.

Let's have a huge round of applause

0:24:440:24:50

for Liv!

0:24:500:24:59

MUSIC: Bring Me Sunshine

by Morecambe and Wise.

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Bringing sunshine to Team Rickshaw.

We are in Morecambe, where it is

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happening. We will let them have

their moment. Sabah, you are never

0:25:100:25:19

one to shy away from a challenge.

When we asked you to do a bit of

0:25:190:25:24

time travelling, you didn't shy away

from that either. As far as your

0:25:240:25:29

speech is concerned, you went off to

the Children In Need Rocks The

0:25:290:25:33

Eighties concert and you did your

speech in front of thousands of

0:25:330:25:36

people, in Wembley of all places!

My

name is Sabah, and we are at

0:25:360:25:42

Wembley. I will be doing my speech

in front of 7000 people. I'm not

0:25:420:25:48

nervous at all. I'm quite a

confident person. Maybe a bit too

0:25:480:25:54

confident, borderline cocky!

Please

welcome Sabah.

Good evening,

0:25:540:26:06

Wembley. When I was very young,

cancer was found on both of my

0:26:060:26:14

kidneys. The doctors then found

cancer on my lung, and had only

0:26:140:26:23

given me a 13% chance of survival.

And somehow, I beat the cancer. Just

0:26:230:26:38

a few days after my sixth birthday,

I was given a kidney transplant. But

0:26:380:26:43

sadly, it didn't last. In 2013, my

kidneys stopped working properly,

0:26:430:26:49

and it had to be removed. It was a

dark time. I felt like my freedom

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had been taken away from me. Now,

four years later, I'm still waiting

0:26:550:27:01

for a kidney, but I do try to get on

with things. I've been helped by

0:27:010:27:08

many people, and I would like to

show my thanks and raise money for

0:27:080:27:13

others. That's why I will be helping

to pull the rickshaw across the UK.

0:27:130:27:20

And if you are able to donate to

this brilliant cause, then please

0:27:200:27:25

give what you can. Thank you very

much.

0:27:250:27:34

Sabah, how was that for you?

Amazing. It felt so surreal. I had

0:27:430:27:49

so many people chanting my name, for

the first ever time.

As we have had

0:27:490:27:54

all the way. Every time you get on

the bike, everybody just calls out

0:27:540:27:59

your name. You've been telling us

how dull your treatment sessions

0:27:590:28:12

are. Tell us about what happened

today.

I was greeted by a very big

0:28:120:28:18

surprise. All of a sudden I had to

people come in my room from the

0:28:180:28:23

circus, it seemed. One of them was

like a fire juggler thing, and one

0:28:230:28:29

of them was like a real-life

hypnotic thing, like a dancer.

0:28:290:28:37

Basically, it was quite confusing.

This is something that will continue

0:28:370:28:41

as you go will on with your

dialysis. We will sort out some

0:28:410:28:47

entertainment for you. We've got to

travel across the lake District to

0:28:470:28:51

Penrith tomorrow night. Goodbye,

everybody!

0:28:510:28:58

Big thank you to Ashley.

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Love Lies and Records starts

on Thursday at 9pm on BBC One.

0:28:590:29:02

And good luck to all our

Virtual Rickshaw riders too!

0:29:020:29:04

See you tomorrow, when

star of Peaky Blinders

0:29:040:29:06

Helen McCrory will be here -

and of course we'll be catching

0:29:060:29:09

The One Show is live in Morecambe as Team Rickshaw finish the fifth day of their Ride to the Clyde. Plus actor Ashley Jensen joins Alex Jones and Michael Ball in the studio.