16/02/2018 The One Show


16/02/2018

Michelle Ackerley and Greg James host the One Show with guests comedian Miles Jupp and singer Jessie Ware. Plus Marty Jopson discovers the history of the Spirograph.


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Hello and welcome to your

Friday One Show with Greg James.

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And Michelle Ackerley.

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We're taking over the show tonight

and have brought together two top

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guests from the worlds

of comedy and music.

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Top is the word.

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He is one of Britain's

top comedians, actors,

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writers and hosts of a top

comedy news quiz.

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And she's had three top 10 albums

and is up for a Brit next week

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for top British female solo artist.

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# Maybe I love you...

You probably

recognise me as the waiter who had

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his lines cut from the first

Sherlock Holmes film.

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# We could be the greatest...

He's

really got on the end of that,

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hitting the ball a long way back

into the crowd. That's dreadful

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snooker!

# If you don't want to try...

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Please welcome

Jessie Ware and Miles Jupp.

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APPLAUSE

Your stand-up works really well with

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Jessie's music.

It's extraordinary,

we should do that more.

Let's start

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off with a true News Quiz question,

which football family is now five a

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side?

The Rooney family.

The

Rooneys, yes!

There they are.

Four

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boys, but you can beat that, Miles

question mark yes, I've got five

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children, I have forced up what is

the typical morning in your

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household?

We sit around talking

about Wayne Rooney! There is noise,

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my wife and I get up early every day

so there is an element when we can

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just talk.

Quite time.

Not be

interrupted.

What are the ages?

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Eight, nine and two. Tight grouping!

It's all lovely.

You're still

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smiling.

Yeah.

And Jessie, is your

18 month old going to go on the road

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with you as a roadie?

She is coming

to Europe with me and I'm freaking

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out, I hope she sleeps on the tour

bus.

That will be perfect, they

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always sleep on cars, perfect

motion.

I hope so, it's just when it

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stops.

Have you got any help with

you?

My brother is taking time out

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from being a junior doctor.

Childcare!

My mum said, you have a

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doctor on board now. We have my

brother and my husband so we have

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some help.

We looking forward to

using later. The Radio 4 news quiz

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is guaranteed to make you crack up.

There is more to smile about in the

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news than you might think. As Iwan

has discovered we often have a hard

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job believing it. Britain is going

to the dogs, things are getting

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worse and there's nothing we can do

about it. I mean, just look around

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you. See what I mean? This place,

it's a... It's rather gorgeous, I

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didn't know Coventry was like this.

Why is it that we are so ready to

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believe the worst about where we

live? There is so much evidence

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pointing in the other direction.

According to a worldwide survey we

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are fantastically misinformed about

what's really going on under our

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noses. They asked people questions

and compared their answers to the

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facts. I'm doing the same in a place

chosen as the next city of culture.

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It's the murder rate higher, Lola or

about the same as it was in 2000?

I

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would say a bit higher.

I think

lower.

About the same.

It's actually

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14.9% lower.

Ooh.

Why did you think

higher?

Knife crime is reported so

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you think there are more murders.

What percentage of women aged

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between 15-19 do you think give

birth every year?

5%.

30?

About 30?

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What would you say?

60%.

Its 1.4%!

But why did you think it was so

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high?

I know quite a few people who

had given birth at that age. I

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thought it was more of an issue than

it was.

Do you think there were

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more, less or about the same number

of deaths caused by terrorist

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attacks in Great Britain compared

with the period between 1985 and

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2000?

I would say more.

Less.

They

had the IRA so maybe the same.

It is

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80% lower.

There's a different story

every day, it's the focus on the

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media -- of the media.

The survey

covers how we perceive subjects such

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as sugar and alcohol consumption,

diabetes, smartphone ownership and

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health. Was there any strange things

you found?

Half of us think there

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are more terrorist deaths in the

period since September 11 since the

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period before when actually there

are fewer.

I thought that as well.

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Is that the media?

It is part of the

issue but it is probably more how we

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process negative information and

focus on vivid anecdotes rather than

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big statistics.

Can we change

people's perception?

It would be

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nice if people see the results of

the survey and start thinking about

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the biases they may have themselves,

how they interpret data.

Why do you

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think in the UK we have this

negative perception?

It feels like a

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massive percentage of the news is

negative, it's murders, crime.

As a

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nation can we change our perception,

can we be more upbeat?

We have lots

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of great people doing great things

and maybe we don't hear so much

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about that.

A lot of the time you

hear about negative things on social

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media and it's easy to think about

the negatives. There's a lot to

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celebrate.

Yeah, thanks, Iwan.

Miles, you have a theory about why

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things are worse than they are?

I

think we are made to feel frightened

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deliberately. A lot of the time. For

financial reasons, I suppose. The

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economy is driven by fear, which is

a cheery thought! Like, if you're

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buying car seats or something for

your children, you find yourself, if

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you look at a cheaper one you may

think you are being irresponsible so

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you are driven by fear to spend the

most money possible on a child

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safety seat. Things like that, it

drives it on. Like most things,

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there's money involved in it. It's a

brutal truth.

We got to keep it

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light, is the One Show, Miles!

I'm

going to bunker down! We could be

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attacked at any moment!

We've been

looking at the papers for a

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statistic to ask you about and it

was inspired by the show meeting.

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What percentage of men aged between

16-34 in Britain are set to carry a

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manbag? What do you reckon?

I hope

it is low!

Bear in mind this is my

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idea, Jessie!

Unbelievably needs,

three or 4%?

10%? I'm going to go

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higher, 27.

Ooh, very close. It's

25%. Well done, Jessie.

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Unforgivable!

And this guy is one of

them.

What do you think of my

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manbag?

No, that's a backpack.

This

is a bad for a man or a boy,

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whatever.

It's a rucksack.

I'm

talking about the crossover ones

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that sits there.

I thought a manbag

was a bum bag until I saw this one,

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this is the epitome.

When I bought

it the man in the shop said it is a

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Lady Black Cats I said, wait -- it

is a lady bag. Actually I wanted it

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more then.

What do you carry?

Scripts and things.

Is this the real

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one?

Yes, I got this and also this.

I'm happy to be one of the 25%.

Do

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you wear it with both straps?

Of

course!

Full straps.

I think a

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rucksack or a homework bag.

The

conversation continues.

The debate

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is raging on.

I thought a manbag was

a more flappy thing.

Metrosexual.

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I'm glad you're not having a go at

mine. It's the 95th series of the

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News Quiz and it is your eighth at

the helm. Tonight's episode finished

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a few minutes ago, so what's the big

thing in the news?

As ever, some

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completely brutal stuff in the news

but also some Brexit staff, Boris

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Johnson made a speech on Valentine's

Day which I think is a wonderful

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time to inject some love into the

nation, as if he hasn't injected

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enough love about the place. He is

an extraordinary man, I think. He

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got a slight panic making this

speech, the usual jokes he made,

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Latin words and things and it was

dying in the room and he started

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sweating. A you to the Cabinet, an

awayday for the Cabinet which sounds

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like one of the bleakest definitions

ever of team-building exercises.

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Presumably wandering around asking

each other for the Wi-Fi code.

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Perhaps they will even get

everything sorted, finally.

We never

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usually get to hear the warm up that

you do but we were there with our

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cameras last night and the One Show

got a mention.

Delightful show

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tonight, with lovely, lovely people

on. This bit is being filmed because

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I'm on the One Show tomorrow because

presumably the next one has been

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cancelled. Normally you book up your

Friday is quite a few weeks in

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advance rather than 3:30pm on a

Thursday but you take what you can

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when you get it. Good evening.

You

and me both, mate! Patrick Kielty,

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who else? When you took over from

Sandi Toksvig, what were your

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expectations and has it lived up to

them?

I thought it would be fun, I

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put my name into the ring because I

liked doing the show, as a panellist

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and I thought they would be fun to

be had. I didn't realise the

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Pastoral responsibilities, suddenly

you're in charge. We're sitting here

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and we can lock around whereas

you've got to run it and prevent us

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saying all sorts of appalling and

crude things. That has... Being in

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charge, I preferred the team aspect

of it. But yeah am I like it. The

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regulars are nice people, funny

people but it's just that thing,

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when horrible news comes along,

we've got to talk about it, that's

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deeply unfortunate. But I'm glad

I've done it.

And you've done a book

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as well, Eggs and Soldiers, it's out

in paperback. For people who don't

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know, is Damien Trench?

He's a

cooker rewriter, he's one of those

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people, he does the same sort of job

as Nigel Slater or Simon Hopkinson.

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I invented this character, Damien,

because I'm obsessed with people who

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write about cookery in a way that

makes... It's sort of aspirational,

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their lives sounds amazing. Nigel

Slater, you can read what he's doing

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in the morning and think what an

amazing life, but actually he's just

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talking about how he fights some old

potatoes but he writes in such a

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way, I want to live his life. I like

the idea of a character who writes

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in a relaxed way but uses it as a

way concealing his own relentless

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torment.

But you used some of your

own inner torment in the book, your

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own mishaps?

Yes, it was a radio

series and a short lived television

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series. The book is... It's a fake

memoir, his childhood memoir but I

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did one for my childhood -- I mine

my own, he's fell out of a tree on

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Hampstead Heath and landed on his

head, which happen to me when I was

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five. What happened in the book and

real a few months after the incident

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I was speaking to my father about it

and my dad said, I always regret

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that we didn't take you to hospital!

It sounds like a good read.

It's not

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all danger!

And don't forget.

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If you want to listen

to The News Quiz it's on Friday

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evenings at 18:30 and repeats

Saturday's at 12:30.

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As well as being a comedian,

Miles has starred in many films

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and TV shows over the years.

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The Crown on Netflix,

The Thick Of It, The Monuments Men

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with George Clooney.

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But, Jessie, he's also been known

to sing and a lot of people watching

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will remember him as this

character.

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# I'm Archie

# I know how things are done

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# I can make absolutely anything ...

# So catchy.

Archie the inventor

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from Allah Mori, where does that sit

in your career highlights?

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in your career highlights? -- from

Balamory.

A delightful Bafta winning

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television programme.

You put a

smile on many people's faces.

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Everyone has a hinterland, and this

shows you can turn things around!

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Don't do yourself down because you

inspired a generation and here is a

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great One Show link. Here is someone

else who inspired a generation!

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As a child, I had a Spirograph toy,

drawing with nothing more than a cog

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inside a cog and a pen. I could make

perfect symmetrical patterns. You

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need patience and concentration,

otherwise your pens slips. But

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children were more than up for the

challenge when it was first released

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in 1965.

Design is so beautiful your

eyes won't believe what your hands

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have done.

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have done.

Denys Fisher developed

the toy.

He was a mathematician and

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an inventor and he loved the

precision of maths and the shapes

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that could be created and he wanted

a way in which he could share his

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enthusiasm and enjoyment for maths,

so he produced the Spirograph. The

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first was this one, actually.

What

is this on the back?

It is from my

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father to my mother. It says to my

very dearest wife, fellow director

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and friend, Betty.

Did he realise it

would be so popular as a toy?

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Initially, he thought of it being

aimed at adults like a drawing

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device. But children have been

fascinated with what they can

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create. At 15, my father said, I

have arranged for you to go to a

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department store in Leeds, and you

are going to demonstrate the

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Spirograph. I could not really say

no. I was apprehensive. We sold

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quite a few sets.

You get this kit.

A feature on Blue Peter in 1965

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provided a boost to sales, and

within four years it had sold 20

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million around the world. You may

think the number of possible

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patterns you can make are quite

limited, but that is not so. The

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combinations of different rings and

discs and bars give you thousands of

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possible patterns. That's why

British artist Leslie Halliwell goes

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into a spin over the Spirograph. You

make the most astonishing pieces of

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artwork using this simple piece of

kit. How long do the big ones take?

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Anywhere up to 5000 minutes, but I

can only draw for three hours a day

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because it is labour-intensive.

What

do you do when you get near to the

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end and you mess up?

At the

beginning I was worried about that

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because it is hard to draw a perfect

shape. But I began to realise that

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the mistakes and slips add character

to the drawing which makes it come

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alive.

Do you have a favourite disc?

I do. It is this one. You can see it

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is quite well used.

You have made a

mess of that, haven't you?

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Spirographs tend to come about this

size, but in celebration of their

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tiny magic and in honour of the

generations of engineers and artists

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inspired by them, we are going to

super-size it, with this. But can we

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magnify those fine, intricate

curves? The art team at the

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University of Chester have made a

cog two metres across, to emphasise

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those charming mistakes. At

Chester's story house Theatre, we

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put it to the test.

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put it to the test. Where do you

want to start?

Let's start with

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green. Fingers crossed. Here goes.

Going large, we can't use pens.

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Smudging and broken crayons are

constant problems, along with

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hurting limbs.

This is hard work.

Big or small, with Spirograph, you

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never really know what you are going

to get. How does that look?

If we do

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any more there will be more smudging

and I think it works as it is.

Shall

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we take the frame off? We reveal our

attempt to super-size the

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Spirograph. I like the smudges.

It's

not perfect, you just go with the

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process.

My dad would be really

proud of you.

One final touch to

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make it the one show's very own

Spirograph. Perfect.

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Lovely.

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At the Brit some he you are

nominated against Dua Lipa, Laura

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Marling and Paloma Faith for Best

Female Solo Artist. How you feeling

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about it?

I feel I am always the

bridesmaid and never the bride when

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it comes to the Brits, but third

time lucky, maybe. Not feeling

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great, to be honest, I am not go

into lie. It will be great. I will

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wear a nice dress, clap slowly and

cry a bit.

It is a brilliant night.

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It is quite stressful, I find, but I

love it and I can't wait to be

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there!

What do you think about the

other acts in your category?

I love

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them. Dua Lipa is having an amazing

year and Paloma Faith was very good

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to me from the beginning. Laura

Marling is a sensational songwriter

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and Kate Tempest is just a force to

be reckoned with. They are amazing,

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inspiring.

I am rooting for you.

Have you got Dua Lipa next week? Go

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away!

You have a song on your most

recent album with Ed Sheeran, all

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about your ex-husband.

Yes, we wrote

it when I was 8.5 months pregnant

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and very, very pregnant. It was

about me being completely petrified

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about becoming a mother and not

knowing what to expect and

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celebrating this wonderful man that

I've got.

You have a podcast would

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you do with your mum in your kitchen

and you have had amazing guests,

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including Sam Smith. You get things

that you do not normally here,

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including Sam Smith admitting he did

not know where Mexico was.

He did it

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himself. He thought it was right

next to Spain, bless him.

It must be

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a laugh with your mum.

I can't

believe I have persuaded her to do

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it. She has become a bit of a

celebrity, a reluctant, mysterious

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celebrity. No pictures, no press.

Everyone wants to speak to this

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woman. We have a laugh and I get a

good meal, but from yesterday. We

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had George Ezra on and my menu went

completely wrong.

It is brilliant.

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And you are performing soon and we

look forward to that.

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Now get ready for a Friday night pub

fight with a difference.

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Resteranteur and chef

Andi Oliver has been

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pitting "gastro pubs",

against "pub pubs".

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I know which one my money's on.

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Cranborne, Dorset, a chocolate box

village. But today it is war,

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between landladies Jane and Fiona.

And I'm going to be testing them on

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their food, drink and on beyond is.

This is the one Show's Pub bores. --

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Pub wars. First, soup at the Inn at

Cranbourne. I am not a fan of

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stuffed dead animals, especially

when eating. I find it a bit weird,

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dead animals when you're trying to

have a pie. What's this? Just ignore

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me. Just checking. OK, time for a

chat with the landlady. I can see a

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lot of gin.

Every time I travel home

to Australia I fill my suitcase with

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unique chin. I think there is some

eucalyptus in there.

That is really

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lovely. There is no burn and it has

a lovely, warm buttery finish, which

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is unusual. Why should people come

here, rather than the sheath of

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arrows?

We are food -based, so come

here if you are a foodie.

The head

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chef is cooking up his signature

triple cooked pork. Fantastic! Thank

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you very much. It smells amazing.

That is delicious. There might be a

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tiny bit too much vanilla in the

puree. The meat is beautiful, sweet

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and succulent and I like the rustic

nature of the bubble and squeak

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underneath. A really good job. I

should think so at £17.95.

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should think so at £17.95.

Sticky

toffee pudding, ten out of ten.

We

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live next door, so happy hour, 5-7

everyday.

If you yard stunner road,

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the sheath of arrows. The first

thing, a pool table. All the pubs I

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know have got rid of tables and

jukeboxes because most of them are a

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gastropub. As soon as I walk in the

door, my thought is, proper pub. It

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is a little bit scruffier than the

other place, but that's not a bad

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thing. I like a proper lived in,

kicked about pub. Time to find

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landlady Fiona and ask her about the

decor. Are you deliberately keeping

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it quite old school?

Yes. I prefer

to go somewhere I feel more

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comfortable. I don't necessarily

want a gastropub.

And how about the

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beer? Tell me about 6p red?

They are

a few hundred yards on the outskirts

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of the village.

Very local.

It is a

lovely bitter.

Quite smoky. I am not

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surprised you sell loads of that.

Why should people come here to

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drink?

We are a proper pub and if

you want to come for a drink and

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chat with friends, we are here for

that.

And it is proper pub food, to

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comp but with a bit of a twist from

the head chef, who is cooking me his

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sweet and sour tempura chicken.

This

is something I used to sit with my

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father and have beer on Sunday night

in Singapore a couple of years ago.

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I lived and worked out there.

So you

brought those cooking influences

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back with you. It has a brilliant,

crisp batter. The only criticism is

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that it doesn't really need hunks of

pepper. The source is great. The

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slivers of onion give a nice zing

against the sweetness. He has done a

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fantastic job and all for £9.75.

What do the locals think?

It is more

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friendly here. You get more local

people in this one.

They do a good

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curry.

Both pubs have gone through

my rigorous testing and now the

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village has gathered at a neutral

location to see which is victorious.

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You have not made my job easy at

all. Both establishments are

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completely brilliant. The Inn at

Cranbourne is possibly a Littlemore

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restaurant - like, and so my

decision is that the winner is the

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sheath of arrows. I walked into your

pub and I felt so at home.

I am just

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completely blown away.

Congratulations.

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Congratulations. Thanks to Miles for

joining us.

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A big thanks to Miles

for joining us tonight.

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Alex and Matt are back

on Monday with Alan Davies.

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But now, with a track

from her latest album, Glasshouse,

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this is Jessie Ware with Alone.

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# Ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh

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# Ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh

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# Take the weight off my shoulders

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# See, I won't make the same

mistakes when we're older

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# Cos with every step

you take I'm getting colder

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# So come a little closer

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# Just come a little closer

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# I don't want somebody

else to call my name

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# No, I don't want somebody else

when you could just say

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# Say that you're the one

who's taking me home

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# Cos I want you on my

skin and my bones

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# Knocking me off my feet

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# Just say I'm the one

that you need, oh please

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# Say that you're the one

who's taking me home

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# So I can get you alone

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# Ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh

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# Ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh

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# Ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh

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# Ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh

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# Just wanna talk a little longer

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# I don't need somebody

else to call my name

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# No, I don't need somebody

else to make me stay

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# I don't never need to walk away

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# You could just say,

you could just say

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# Say that you're the one who's

taking me home, me home

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# Cos I want you on my skin

and my bones, my bones

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# Knocking me off my feet

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# Just say I'm the one

that you need, oh please

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# Say that you're the one

who's taking me home

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# So I can get you alone

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# Alone

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# Ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh

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# Ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh

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# Alone

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# Ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh

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# Ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh

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# Alone

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# Alone, alone

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# So I can get you alone.#

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