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Hello and welcome to The One Show

with Angellica Bell.

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It's Friday and it's been

the mother of all weeks.

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To Loch Ness and any monsters who

live in her, let's go.

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Is

You have snow, you are

disappearing in the holes.

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My God. Are you kidding?

Four down, one to go.

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Yes!

APPLAUSE

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APPLAUSE

Yes,

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the Mother of All Challenges,

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a gruelling week of swimming,

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climbing, cycling, caving

and running is coming to an end.

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Alex, Debbie, Leigh and Jodi took

on the rough terrain

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of the Welsh coastline -

running a marathon

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distance in relay.

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We'll be hearing from Alex live

in Swansea and seeing the moment

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they finally cross the finish line -

we'll also remind you how

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you can support them

by donating to Sport Relief.

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It's not too late.

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But here in the studio we're joined

by an actor who has become hotter

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than an exploding Death Star,

after leaving the Dark Side

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to become a Star Wars hero.

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We're just as delighted to have him

back - it's John Boyega!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

Thanks for having me.

Lovely to have

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you.

An exciting time for you,

It's

been all right.

Yes.

It has been

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good.

A new film Pacific Rim

Uprising comes out, you have been

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yizy with that, you had a special

screening your family went to see.

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The family was there, friends, we

had a nice special screening to show

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London what the finished product is.

What is that like? I can only

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imagine for a young actor, like

yourself, to be able to take your

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parents, to red carpet events, and

screenings of your film, you know

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which you are producing this time.

It must be so satisfy, how does it

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feel?

It is greatment, that is

lovely. I love seeing their face,

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but it is nice to take them along,

it is a job that requires do you

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travel a lot. So when you have the

chance to bring your family, bring

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them. Them even seeing you on a

day-to-day basis is limited so it

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was special.? Are you a daddy's boy

or mummy's boy? Mummy's boy but my

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dad is my boy, you know what I mean?

We will be talking about the film

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later, so thank you for being with

us.

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Alex and the mums have taken on so

much and we are struggling to keep

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up. Eyesterday we saw them caving in

the Brecon Beacons, not Snowdonia as

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we might have said. Sorry Wales.

Today they are running 28.4 miles in

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relay from Rhossili to Swansea, and

it will take team work to get there.

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Here is how they got on.

Our team of mums have had a week of

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hard challenges. Experiencing highs.

And lows.

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And on this last day, we are

planning to run 26.2 miles in relay,

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up to Castle Square in Swansea.

I

think we have good scenery do keep

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us going.

We have our children

waiting for us at the other end.

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Oh, I am going to be thinking ant my

baby. I want him to say mumma. I

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hope he comes out with it at the

finish line.

I am going to go for

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it.

But this is not just a simple run

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through a city. We will be pushing

our way up the coastline of South

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Wales, across country on uneven and

muddy track, it is going to be a

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real strain for all of us.

It is incredibly undulating. It is

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difficult under foot. So there is

lots of challenge still to come for

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our mums.

Soon after our team set

off on this megarun the baton is

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passed on to Amal who takes on the

first solo leg.

It is beautiful.

But

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it soon becomes apparent running

across country is not going to be

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easy.

Yes, I have a pain down here

because the terrain is wobbly. It

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did not want to fail. At one point,

I was actually thinking about a lady

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that I met in Kenya and what she has

been through, and I just kept going.

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Keep going, get to the end. Any way

you can.

Look at that amazing

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scenery. That is fantastic.

This has God gothd to be the best

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way to end this challenge. -- has

got. Leigh has felt the anguish of a

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miscarriage and later the joy of

having twiners she has shown herself

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to a mum on a mission.

I think I

came in strong or thinking I was a

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strong person. And I also didn't

realise how much I need a team round

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me.

Being part of a team really gives

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you the motivation mentally and

physically to achieve more than you

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probably even imagine.

Mum is going to do good. As long as

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she doesn't run too fast I think she

can do this. Mum, you can do this.

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File as if I can go for the whole

thing.

Her positivity, Debbie, is

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unlike anybody's I have experienced.

Let's enjoy the hell.

I'm really

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proud of you and I know that you

have done all of the challenges this

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week, you have done really good.

She is one of the best people I have

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met. So determined, and this team

wouldn't be the success it is if it

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wasn't for her.

I love her.

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The lowest point that was definitely

the cycling. I can't... I have

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discovered I am tougher than I

thought I was.

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This bird is unstoppable!

Jodie has suffered with postnatal

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depression and hopes to help other

mums by sharing her experience.

I

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have spent years thinking that

strong meant you never broke down,

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you were nerve weak, and this has

completely shown me that actually

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what makes you strong, is when you

break, you get back up. And you

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allow other people to lift you up.

Me and the boys will be there for

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you at the end, cheering you on.

I'm

so proud of you mummy, I've really

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hope you enjoy it and love you lots.

I am slipping and sliding, I can

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barely breathe because I am holding

my breath to keep my balance. It is

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the final push, the final push and I

want to do 100%.

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Being the team Captain has been a

real privilege, Leigh approaches

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every challenge with gusto, she is

kind of the female bear grill, Jodie

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out of everybody, she wears her

heart on her sleeve. She has learned

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to this week. For Amal this is a

celebration of working towards being

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fit enough to complete these

challenge, and you can just see that

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radiating from her.

Debs, so kind, and all she has done

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is look after the rest of us. And I

just hope that the four women know

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how incredible I think they are,

they are really focussed and that is

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why they have achieved what they set

out to achieve.

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APPLAUSE

An amazing effort once again from

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the mum, here they are to let you

know how you can make a donation to

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Sport Relief and make their efforts

worthwhile. To donate £5 text the

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word MUM.

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Thank you so much.

Texts will cost your donation plus

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your standard network message

charge. All of your donation will go

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to Sport Relief.

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Now, did they make it over the

finish line? That is the question,

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after 28.44 long miles this was the

scene in Castle Square in Swansea

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earlier. And look at them go. Over

the mini round about. That is their

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relatives, past the castle.

And as you said, 28.4 miles was the

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total but they each did seven miles

each. That is a gruelling week, that

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would have been so difficult. They

did the first five miles together.

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The last five miles together and

there they are. Over the finishing

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line together. Alex in charge there.

Debbie, Leigh, almam, Jodie, finally

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seeing their relative, swimming,

biking, caving, running the lot.

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-- Amal.

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You can see the relief there from

the faces. They have been challenged

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in different ways as well. None

would describe themselves as sports

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people. That is safe to say.

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Happy to have mum home.

We will hand

back to you and speak to you later

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when we have caught our breath and

when I have had a hug with my Little

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Ted, where is he?

Well done. An amazing effort. We

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will link up with Alex and the team

live in Swansea soon.

John you were

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watching that with admiration in

your eyes.

Yes, I like the fact they

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are not sports people, just people

who are ordinary, that is really

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cool. I like that.

You like to push

yourself as well, you had to do that

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for the film?

Not at first, I hard

to -- had to start learning how to

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push myself, you have to lose

weight, gain weigh, keep it steady i

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that is where I learned.

Is that a

mark of professionalism. People look

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how hard they are working before

they get to the stage, to the set?

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Yes, that shows a discipline but on

top of that is endurance, in scenes

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you are having to take more than 26

takes so you have to know how to do

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that stuff, get you through and the

training is similar as well.

Let us

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talk about Pacific Rim Uprising. It

is a follow up to Pacific Rim. We

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have seen it. It is giant robots

smashing each other to bits taking

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on huge, like sea monsters as well.

That sound ambitious.

It is. A lot

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of cities being destroyed.

A lot of stuff, but it is a great Mo

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I have to watch.

It is

action-packed. -- movie.

You play

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Jake, don't you, Jake Pentecost, the

son of Stacker. Who was played by

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Idris Elba. Which is epic in itself.

That is epic. I don't even get

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scenes with him but to play a

character that is related to him.

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Your on screen dad is Idris Elba.

I

am going to use that to get into the

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parties from now on.

He did contact

you.

Yes, he did. I have been seeing

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him throughout the year, I see him

at good moments, at the Baftas I

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said hello to him. I was freaking

out. It is nice for him to send a

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nice message to me and my producing

partner to congratulate us on the

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project.

Tell us about your

character, how does he fit in, if he

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is the son of Stacker where do you

come in?

It is ten years after the

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first movie. It picks up with Jake,

who is a rogue, and he is a parts

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Searle and he needs to find the

best...

They are the giant robots.

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Yes they control them. He needs to

go back to the institution in which

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they exist, and basically lead a new

generation of kids to become pilots

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and it is a story of self discovery,

coming of age but l you know, a

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couple of cities are going to get

it.

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That is satisfying.

I can see you

love that role. You loved it.

I

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loved it. It was great. We were

flying helicopters over Sydney and

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Japan to get plates and we choosing

which builds were going to go.

Is

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that the right of being a producer.

What does it mean to produce a film

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as well as to act in it

Each

producer has their part to play,

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some handling scheduling, the

finances but for me it was creative,

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so I was involved with the casting,

with the rewrites for the script,

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our CGI and into marketing, you

follow this project from the first

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day to the last, and it is not the

last day yet.

I love Attack the

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Block and seeing you there, as,

playing a kid, it feels like you are

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growing up yourself, you are having

your own rite of passage.

Yes,

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growing up.

Let us see a moment when

John's character find himself in big

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trouble.

Power down and exit your

pod.

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No. No, don't give up. You give up

way too easy.

That is what they

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think.

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Stop! You are in violation of code

ten, section 14, operation of an

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unregistered robot...

Hang on!

Hang

tighter!

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APPLAUSE.

That was awesome!

She is a brilliant

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actress. What is it with you and

plastic armour? In this film and

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also in Star Wars, the storm

trooper, that does not stop

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blasters!

It does not! I don't know,

I love good space suits and they

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keep on coming my way. In Attack the

Block I did not get one of them.

I

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am a super fan of Star Wars, Episode

IX is coming up, between us, what

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can we expect?

I don't know

anything! For real, I don't know

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anything, I start filming in July.

You're in it and what stage of

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production is this at?

They are

preparing and planning, they have a

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script but I have not read the

script.

He is trying! Do you have to

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go to the room where the script is?

Yes, you read the script and go back

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home. I cannot lie! Sometimes you

bring it home!

Just come round to my

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house with it! Speaking of coming

back home, you have come such a long

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way in such a short space of time

but home is very important you?

Very

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important, it is my beating heart.

It is who I am. You have become

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patron of your local theatre in

Peckham!

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APPLAUSE.

Wow! What are you doing here?

We can

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look at some pictures.

Oh no!

APPLAUSE.

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We have another one.

What is

happening here?

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happening here? This was about the

theory that comes out of the washing

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machine! House Firy... Check out my

moves! My God!

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APPLAUSE.

Yes! Thank you so much to Teresa and

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Theatre Peckham!

APPLAUSE.

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That is crazy! This week we have

been finding out about the Sport

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Relief projects that you have helped

to fund, last night we saw Debbie

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and Amal in Nairobi with the charity

that supports children.

Staying in

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the capital, we have been visiting

mothers and their children who are

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forced to work in terrible

conditions.

In north-east Nairobi

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there is a quarry. Over 100 people

work here. They have two chip rocks

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with a hammer every day.

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with a hammer every day. -- have to.

The striking thing about this quarry

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is how many children there are. The

job is exhausting and the monotony

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is incredible. Many are single

mothers who have escaped difficult

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and dramatic home lives and these

mothers don't have a choice. The

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work here is gruelling and

dangerous, there are bits of rock

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everywhere, it is very dusty and

noisy. I cannot imagine any mother

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would want to bring their culture,

let alone work here. Rose has four

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children, Vivian, Karen, Lucy and

Edward. They work in the quarry six

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days a week as Rose cannot afford to

send them to school. Hello. Lovely

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to meet you.

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to meet you. TRANSLATION:

I come in

the morning at 6am and I start

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cracking the stones until afternoon.

I do this to get money to buy food

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for my family.

Selling bags of

gravel burns Rose 70p every day to

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feed and told her family. What is

the hardest thing about working

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here? TRANSLATION:

I children

started working at the quarry since

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last May, this place is dangerous

and my son had an accident. He was

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hit on the leg and it got swollen.

Why do you have to bring the

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children to work here? TRANSLATION:

My husband died. I cannot watch my

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children go hungry. That is why I

come here with them.

We are so

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sorry.

Thank you.

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May God bless you. Rosebuds their

children work alongside her, with no

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protection from the heat and the

dangers of the quarry. There is no

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normal childhood for these children.

Vivian is eldest.

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Vivian is eldest. TRANSLATION:

Me

and my brother come to the quarry

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every day and it is hard work.

Doesn't hurt your hands? Yes.

I get

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hurt when I pick the stones.

Injuries are commonplace and very

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soon, Rose gets a chip in her eye.

Amal, a doctor, is here to help. We

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have not been able to get this out

with the water, we are fishing this

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out.

I don't have to put my baby

anywhere near that danger, I worry

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if he tries to cross the road on his

own, this is another world compared

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to that.

What I want for those as I

want crickets to have the education

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any child deserves so they can make

a future and help their own mother.

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Being trapped in poverty can feel

hopeless for families such as

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Rose's. This is why the childhood

project funded by Sport Relief helps

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vulnerable families who work at the

quarry. The children are so

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traumatised and the project offers

support, counselling and eventually

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gets them back into education and

the mothers are offered the chance

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to start their own business. The

project is so important because it

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helps secure a safe and better

future. It enables children to

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become ready to attend a government

school like this one.

Who really

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loves school? Put up your hands!

Everyone? Stand-up! Have you ever

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worked in the quarry or had to sit

with your mother? In the quarry?

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What do you want to be when you grow

up?

When I grow up I want to be a

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scientist. Man's.

I want to be a

teacher.

A soldier. An artist.

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SINGING.

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Do you want to go to school?

Yes.

What do you want to be when you grow

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up? A pilot. Wow!

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up? A pilot. Wow!

It is

heartbreaking that mothers have to

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come to work with their children

here to earn barely enough to work

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-- to eat. Just £10 can pay for an

education and one month of meals for

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a mother like Vivian.

That is pulled

together and give people a different

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choice. Donate whatever you can.

Thank you.

John, you looked pretty

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affected by that? I come from

Nigeria and for me, being exposed to

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poverty like this is different to

poverty in the UK. It is

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heart-wrenching that they have to go

through that.

Yeah.

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An update to that story.

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We're delighted to say that Rose

and her children have enrolled

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into the project you just saw.

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The girls will start

at the school on Monday.

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Then work will begin with Rose

to help her set up her own business.

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Now, we saw them cross the finish

line a few minutes ago and it's time

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to go live to Alex and the Mother

of all Challenges team in Swansea.

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Congratulations! How is everyone

feeling?

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feeling?

Thank you so much, Matt and

Angelica, we are exhausted but we

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are so exhilarated! Right? We have

had a chance to catch up with our

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families and have a shower. You will

be pleased to know. Colin, we have

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run the marathon today. You have

been in charge of twins, to be fair.

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How has that been while Leigh has

been away with us?

It has been tough

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but I managed OK.

I am glad to have

the back. Give us a round of

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applause for all of the dance! It is

not easy.

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APPLAUSE.

I have been hearing so much about

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you. I feel like I practically know

you. And you have matched -- Mr

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mother quite a lot? I have and I am

glad to have her back. I am sure,

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she is fantastic. We, this challenge

was about doing something for

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yourself and you have got the twins

and Ross, who is 20. How do you hope

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other women have been inspired by

what they have seen all of you

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fantastic powerhouses this week?

I

cannot believe we have smashed the

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marathon, the Mother of all

Challenges, and if somebody average

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can smash the marathon, imagine what

other mothers can do and I hope this

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inspires people to think, I can do

that and I will try that because you

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can be amazed about what you can

achieve.

Just try something. Nothing

0:25:400:25:44

average about you! Overhear... Then,

I feel like I know you. Honestly!

0:25:440:25:54

Jodi has changed dramatically this

week. She has got softer and softer

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as the days have gone on in such a

good way. We knew that physically

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she was amazing. What changes have

you seen in this lovely lady as the

0:26:030:26:09

week has been going on?

The Jodi

that I know is that soft person. She

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has that soft element but she is

also very strong and determined, she

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has to be like narrow craft or

whoever on that challenge. Very

0:26:190:26:25

strong and powerful. -- Lara Croft.

The emotions are clear.

Very

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quickly, Debbie.

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quickly, Debbie.

Super mother? Why

have we done this? To raise as much

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as we possibly can for all of these

fantastic Sport Relief causes and

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projects and to raise awareness for

maternal mental health. It is

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massive.

It is so important. There

are barriers have been quite high

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but I could see some tears at the

end! I did not expect that. You have

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gone above and beyond in terms of

personal goals this week?

I have

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pushed my mind A body to places I

did not think it could go and I

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broke several times. But I got onto

my back over and over again despite

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significant fear. And I have got you

and these other brilliant women to

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thank for that.

Amal said the other

day, our palms would not have

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crossed in real life, doing the

caving, so let us get the total! The

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total so far, not including what is

coming up out of the films...

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£384,700. Thank you so much for

everybody who has donated! Your

0:27:470:27:55

money makes such a difference, thank

you so much. Back to the studio.

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APPLAUSE.

Give it up for them! You have got a

0:27:580:28:09

big weekend! It is your birthday!

APPLAUSE.

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Any plans? Nothing! I will sleep! I

travel all the time so it is a day

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for sleeping and rest. Will you have

a slice of cake?

Yes, one RJ.

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Exciting to meet Angelica?

Yes, I

have loved you since I was a kid! I

0:28:260:28:33

just want you to give me a Blue

Peter badge!

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LAUGHTER

That is your lot for tonight, thank

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you to John Boyega.

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Pacific Rim: Uprising is in cinemas

on the 23rd of March.

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Matt and Alex will be back on Monday

with Gary, Mark and Howard -

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also known as Take That.

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Have a great weekend!

0:28:500:28:53

Shall we

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Angellica Bell and Matt Allwright are joined by John Boyega, plus Alex and her team of mums finish their 'Mother of all Challenges' for Sport Relief.


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