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Alex Jones and Rob Beckett are joined on the sofa by Owen Wilson to talk about Cars 3. There's also music from The Vamps.


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Hello and welcome to the One Show with Alex Jones.

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And my co-driver for the night, the very funny, self-proclaimed

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'mouth of the south' - Rob Beckett!

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Happy Friday. Happy Friday, Rob. Good to have you here. Your I

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dressed smart debut. For. It Looking lovely. Matt always looks nice,

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doesn't he? He does. I couldn't go for the full cream rowers. I would

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look like Rupert the Bear. Well, I'm glad you're in the driving

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seat with me because tonight We've got a lot to get

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through before we reach the finishing line including

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music from The Vamps! So buckle up, and enjoy the ride

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because joining us now is the star of the latest Disney Pixar

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blockbuster, Cars 3. Please welcome Lightning McQueen

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himself - it's only Owen Wilson! Hello, nice to see you. Come and

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have a seat. Good to have you with us. Thanks for having me. No

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problem. We will talk all about Cars 3 later on. The audience is excited,

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I'm sure everyone is at home too. We will start with car themed

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questions. Fire away. We picked a theme and gone for it. Yes. We heard

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you sat your driving theory test with a Country star. Legend. How and

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who? Willie Nelson. We took our... We had to get our driver's licence

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renewed. We both had Texan driver's licence, we had to have Calfornian

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ones. His wife set it up to go together and take a written test. I

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don't want to say that we got some help, but we got some help! In

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exchange - Is that you will a right For taking pictures. I think so. I

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have to disagree. It was a teacher I ran into in school. No, no. You

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don't drive over here, you use a bike to get around? Yeah. I would be

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nervous driving here you guys drive - That is because you failed your

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theory test! If you'd done it properly you would feel confident. I

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get around on a bicycle. That's a great way to get around London with

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the traffic and everything. You guys have those great, the fold up bikes.

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Yes. They are hard work. Aren't they ano-oning They are great. Everyone

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looks stressed when I see them on the train with one. I don't bring

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them on the train. I just ride them. You make it sound a lot cooler. Yes.

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Now, later on in the show we'll be handing you over to be interviewed

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by one of the country's biggest Lightning McQueen fans.

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He's been a huge fan for over half his life,

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There's his Lightning McQueen birthday cake.

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There he is talking a nap in his Lightning McQueen duvet cover

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And there he with his collection of Lightning McQueen cars.

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Yes, it's fair to say, he eat, sleeps and breathes

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Abi, how are you? Good, thank you. It will be a huge surprise for Aaron

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later on. Where is he now? He's gone up to bed. Just as normal. He's

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brushing his teeth with his Lightning McQueen tooth brush and

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PJs like he does he every night. How obsessed is he, how many times have

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you had to watch? We know he's obsessed. Cleaning his teeth with

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one of your projects. Have you had to keep him awake He's been Carrs

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mad since before he was two years old. We have won the film 100 times.

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His two goldfish are called Lightning and McQueen. We get it.

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His reaction will be good. We will speak to you later.

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Now Owen, we know you're from Texas, so we've handpicked a couple films

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Texas style barbeques coming up later.

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There's two things I know about Texas - there's lots of oil

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So here's a film about a massive oil rig.

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Just off the north-east coast lies some of the biggest structures in

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the United Kingdom. Engineering marvels that have supplied us with

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oil and gas for the past four decades. This is the Brent Delta

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Platform. At its peak in 1982 it pumped 500 million barrels of oil a

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day. With production declining, this and hundreds of others will be

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decommissioned over the next 40 years. The plan is to bring them

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here, to Hartlepool Docks to be broken down and recycled. It's

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anything but simple. Bringing these giants of steel and concrete ashore

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is an extraordinary feat of engineering. First the we wills were

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capped. The enormous top side, weighing 24,000 tonnes and reaching

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130 meters into the sky was sliced clean from its giant legs using die

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manned cutters. It was then lifted aboard the biggest ship on earth in

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the world's heaviest ever marine lift and sailed 400 miles inland

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where it was transferred to another sea monster, a giant barge called

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the Iron Lady. It's finally here. It's been at sea for 40 years and

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the challenge for the team now is to get it ashore. How long will it

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take? For the project leader Alistair Hope it's the culmination

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of five years hard work. We know from the one other single lifted

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platform that was done last year in Norway that this operation can go

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badly wrong. In that case, the quay started to collapse. There was

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nearly a catastrophe. We spent a lot of time designing and building this

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quay. Underneath are 1200 pianist that give the strength to take

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24,000 tonnes. Moving this monster will be done by a process called

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skidding. With just the click of a button, it begins. Sitting on three

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giant stools the rig is lifted on to tracks laid from the barge to the

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quayside. 64 push pull units will move the rig into place. You have to

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balance the barge as the heavy platform transfers from the

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Vesselsel to the dock crossing precariously over a five meter

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bridge. If you imagine stepping off a little boat on to a quayside that

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you might do on a pond in the park. The tendency will be to push away

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from the quayside. We have to balance the barge as the weight

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transfers. It's not just the weight that puts it at risk of toppling

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over. Does the weather have an impact it's getting blowy? 131

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meters in tall in total. It's a giant sail. The wind is affecting

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the rate of progress. As the Delta passes this critical phase, a crowd

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of engineers gathers to watch. It clears the bridge without a pitch

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and now it's fully ashore I can get a closer look. The entire structure

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is now off the barge and on to the quayside. That means we can get

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around the back and look, these are the hydraulic rams that are doing

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the work. They are not very big. It's quite astonishing. With all

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this weight comes friction and the rams can't combat that alone. The

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skidding tracks have been fitted with low friction pads and are being

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constantly greased using a surprising concoction, household

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Luke bra cant and low calorie oil olive oil. Finding a way to reuse

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and repurpose thing things is what this project is about. The man in

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charge is Peter Stephenson. We are trying to take reusable equip am

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first, take out wood, mattresses and carpet and we prepare for the steel

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found Russ. That is melted down. That might be part of your car. It

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comes back as metal in your household goods. How much will get

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recycled? 98. 4%. Recycle and reused. After seven long hours, the

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Brent Delta has reached its fine al ever resting place. Who know what is

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it could turn into next. Just like that oil rig, Lightning McQueen is

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getting old. Is he head aring for the scrap heap.

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Here to tell us more is the director of Cars 3, Brian Fee.

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Excited to have you here. Before we go further. We don't come from Pixar

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empty-handed. We like to Carfy our movies. We would like to present

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you... Wow. This This in the Cars world. You you have drawn me as a

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car. You focused on one feature. Thank you. Alex th is you in the

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Cars world. That is really kind of you. Thank you very much. You are

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welcome. Some people bring us gifts, they are never this good. Thank you

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very much. Would you be offended if it went on eBay? I wouldn't be. It

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was drawn by Scott Moore. Brilliant. Thank you very much Brian. Very nice

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present to get. Yeah. You directed Cars 3 it was Pixar legend John

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Lasseter that directed 1 and 2. Was it pressure taking over? You know,

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it's a lot of pressure directing a movie when you have never done it

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before. John never Putney pressure on me. I only had - Is it the first

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one you ever directed that's a big gig? Do you know how to direct a

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movie No idea. I didn't either. You are a hero. I got a lot of support

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from the studio. I got all the other directors together as fast as

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possible and said - tell me what you wish you knew. I had to learn really

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quickly. With we followed Lightning McQueen's journey. In Cars 1 he was

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the young thing on the block, new to racing. This new movie he is looking

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at the new generation coming through isn't he? I know. I accepted that

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now sometimes I play a dad in movie. I don't maybe play the roles I used

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to. I thought Lightning McQueen was immune to the ageing process. He

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gets the ravages of time hitting him. It makes for sort of a full

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circle with the story, the way now Paul Newman was a mentor to

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Lightning in the beginninged and now Lightning McQueen has that

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opportunity to sort of do the same thing in this one. Let us take a

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look at the moment when Lightning McQueen meets the new kid in town,

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Jackson Storm, for the very first time. I appreciate it, thank you

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very much. Thank you. Hey, Jackson Storm, right? Great race today. Wow,

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thank you Mr McQueen. You have no idea what a pleasure it is to

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finally beat you. Thanks. Hang on did you say "meet or beat"? I think

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you heard me. Oh, what? Can we get Picker Tuesday. Get a tonne of

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pictures. Champ has been a role model of mine for years now. I mean

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a lot of years! Right, I love this guy. I think I touched a nerve!

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APPLAUS Great film. I saw a screening of it

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yesterday, I loved it. The new cars look incredible. I do a little bit

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of voice over stuff. It's voiced by you. People have the perception that

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it take as couple of hours and they do the film is it a much longer

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process than people realise? No, it's a little bit what you say. Roll

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in, a a could of hours, then, yeah, call it a day. We do it a lot of

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times. Yeah. It's not just That is true once. . Do you feel you have

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nailed it first time and Brian goes, come on... I think I've nailed. It

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you like to have options. We like options. Sometimes you discover a

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new way to do it. I like to experiment after we get what is

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written onto the page. With Owen, kind of coming from a writer

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background you kind of steer us around sometimes. We get things we

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didn't expect to get. Do you get writing credit - awkward! Wow. OK. I

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can feel the tension, could you! You could. You say Owen you never go

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to premiers. Actually you manage to sit through this one? Yeah. It's a

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little awkward. I find it awkward seeing yourself or hearing your

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voice. I can imagine. You can imagine that's awkward for me? Yeah!

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It is. With this one I had my six-year-old and three-year-old they

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were both going. So I went with them and it was a fun experience to have

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at Disneyland to see how Reeved up they got. Waiting, I knew Lightning

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McQueen has a crash in the beginning. I was watching my

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three-year-old. He was just like, gets his world blown when he sees

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Lightning McQueen crash. He is like, "are you going to be OK?" Oh! When I

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did sit through the whole thing, it was great. Great job. It's a great

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film we will talk more in a bit. Yes, there's a new kid in town

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called Isla who's been nominated, alongside the likes of Frankie Boyle

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and Doon Mackichan, for a Scottish comedy award for her online videos

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that she makes on an iPhone And the annoying thing is she's

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only three years old! Well, with the summer

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holiday's coming up, here's Isla and Mark with a video

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they've made especially for us. Start getting ready for nursery.

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It's the summer holidays. How long do they last? Ten days? Seven weeks.

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What do you find to do for seven weeks? Don't worry, today, soft

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play. Not soft play. What's wrong with soft play? 'S boring. Tomorrow,

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riding a bike, baking cakes. And the rest of the week we can go to a

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theme park and a toy shop. I'm not made of money. You can't put a price

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on fun, dad. I think we should do some local, cheaper things. Like

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what? Go to the museum. Museums for old people, dad. What about the farm

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down road, that's like a zoo? It a few cows in an angry goat. What

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about the beach? We could paddle, sunbathe. Sunbathe, we live in

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Scotland. We had our summer, it was a Tuesday afternoon. How are we

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going to fill seven weeks? We could just sit on the couch and eat pizza

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and watch a DVD. Yes, great idea! So good. If you want to see more,

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they have made a selection of funny films which can be found on BBC

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Scotland's Short Stuff website. Watch yourself. She is too good. Did

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you enjoy that? She has a lot of charisma. Funny. Did you pick up on

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the different accents? Well, the one main one! Yes. Very well spoken.

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Earlier in the meeting we watched the trailer to your new film with

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Julia Roberts called Wonder. I was on the floor, crying my eyes out.

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Severe hay fever in both eyes. Pollen, nightmare. Tell us about it.

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It is with Julia Roberts and it is based on a book. We have a child

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that is born with... Facial disfigurement. The parents are

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worried about him going to school. I know that with Marley and me, it was

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a tear-jerker. I am bracing myself for people complaining I made them

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cry. It is heart-wrenching. That is your first time acting with Julia

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Roberts. Ben Stiller, you have worked with him 13 times. Is it only

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13? It feels like 100. How did that happen? How did it happen? He cast

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me, the first movie I auditioned and got, in the cable Guy, the only

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movie I ever got from an audition. He cast me in that, although later

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he told me he did not want to cast me but someone else did, the writer.

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Ever since, we have worked on... Such a good pairing. We could talk

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to you all days but we need you to get into character as Lightning

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McQueen because we have someone special waiting to speak to you. He

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does not want to talk to Owen Wilson, but Lightning McQueen. Can

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you channel Lightning? Can we speak to Abbey? Hello. Hello. Good news,

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we have got Lightning McQueen standing by. Is Aaron ready? Yes, he

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is. We can hear you. Hello, Aaron, it's Lightning McQueen! We are here

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at radiator Springs, wondering what you are doing. We miss you. He has

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gone shy! Aaron, you have got three questions for Lightning McQueen.

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What is your first question? Do you like pizza vesture Mark of course.

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How could I not love pizza. These are hard-hitting questions. White

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macro -- next one? How do you go so fast? It helps having a name like

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Lightning. You have to go fast with that name. It was just the way that

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they drew me. One more question, Aaron. Are you friends with Jackson?

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Not so much. But he's not a bad guy. We did, in doing this, he is very

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arrogant. But maybe that is just sour grapes on my part. Making

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dreams happen. How was that? Was it OK? We will take that as a yes.

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Lightning has to go and race now what we will send you something

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special in the post. Enjoy the film tomorrow. Good night. See you later,

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Aaron. We're about to zoom outside

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for The Vamps but first, we know the Americans are great

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when it comes to animation Well, we're about to find out

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because Ricky has hosted a BBQ It's summer, and for British food

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that means one thing. It's barbecue season, time to break out the tongs,

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firelighters and the sun hat. This is the Grill stop festival in

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Bristol, a celebration of barbecues, but with a distinctive American

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flavour. US- style barbecue joints are popping up all over the country.

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What is it that makes the US barbecue so special? American chef

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Ray lamp is better known as Doctor barbecue. He should know. Americans

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made it about the flavour and the source. The sources are unique in

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different parts of the country. We match the Carolina sauce with fatty

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pork. In Texas they make a beef gravy barbecue sauce. What do you

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think about the British barbecue? When I first came here all that

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people talked about was burning sausages in disposable grills. That

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is just drunken backyard activity that I am not familiar with. I am

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not having that. Time to defend the honour of great British barbecue in.

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So welcome to our very own transatlantic barbecue grudge match.

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For the stars Stripes, Ray has recruited two US legends of the

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competitive barbecue scene. John, and DJ barbecue, Christian. And for

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the UK, Somerset's expert master, Simon, and former grand champion,

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Steve, also known as Priscilla, Queen of the fire pit. We've got

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this in the bag. Look at what Ricardo has brought. Each team has

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three hours to make a barbecue feast. First, the burgers and I am

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going the whole hog. The pig is the king as far as I'm concerned, so I

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am doing a pork burger, with pork belly, smoked bacon and paprika.

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What could be better? DJ barbecue is relying on a special ingredient for

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his burgers. I have added some bone marrow to supercharge it. Steve is

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making a spicy less than your. Yes, on a barbecue. We have some blue

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cheese and some of these bad boys. This is a hybrid red have an Aero

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Chile. It has a little bit of kick. Doctor barbecue is rustling up

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chicken with grips. That is sloppy corn porridge to you and me. And

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John is serving up a butterscotch cake. He has a trick. I put the tray

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on upside down with nothing in which protects the cake from the heat, so

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should not burn and it should be done in 40 minutes. Nice. Simon

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serves up our great British apple pie, complete with maple syrup

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bacon. Put a lid on it. The burgers are nearly done. About two minutes

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left. Everything is getting frantic. We need to dish up and beat the

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Americans. Today, we have a panel of expert judges awarding points for

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each dish, on taste, texture and quality. In the meantime, I want to

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see what the barbecue fans make of the dishes. Stunning. A pork burger

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as opposed to a beef burger. Try some cake. Really moist. I like

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that. It has caramelised everything. Lets see what the judges think. I

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liked the pepper, which got it going. For the UK, the burger was

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really nice with loads of flavour and the pork belly was delicious.

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Pretty impressive and it is pretty tight. Who is it going to be? It is

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USA. Well done, buddy. For today, at least, it seems the American

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barbecue is king. We were robbed! The Americans won, of course. You

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cannot barbecue lasagne. Definitely not. That is all for the next three

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weeks. We'll be back on Monday 7th August

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for a spectacular week-long Playing us out with

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Middle Of The Night, taken from the new album,

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Night And Day, which is out # So when I call you in

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the middle of the night # And I'm choking on the words

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'cause I miss you # Baby, don't tell me

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I'm out of time # I got so much of my

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loving to give you # So when I call you in

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the middle of the night # And I'm choking on the words

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'cause I miss you # Baby, don't tell me

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I'm out of time # I got so much of my

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loving to give you # So when I call you in

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the middle of the night # And I'm choking on the words

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'cause I miss you # Baby, don't tell me

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I'm out of time # I got so much of my

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loving to give you

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