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Hello and welcome to The One Show
with Angellica Bell.
It's Friday and it's been
the mother of all weeks.
To Loch Ness and any monsters who
live in her, let's go.
You have snow, you are
disappearing in the holes.
My God. Are you kidding?
Four down, one to go.
the Mother of All Challenges,
a gruelling week of swimming,
climbing, cycling, caving
and running is coming to an end.
Alex, Debbie, Leigh and Jodi took
on the rough terrain
of the Welsh coastline -
running a marathon
distance in relay.
We'll be hearing from Alex live
in Swansea and seeing the moment
they finally cross the finish line -
we'll also remind you how
you can support them
by donating to Sport Relief.
It's not too late.
But here in the studio we're joined
by an actor who has become hotter
than an exploding Death Star,
after leaving the Dark Side
to become a Star Wars hero.
We're just as delighted to have him
back - it's John Boyega!
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
Thanks for having me.
Lovely to have
An exciting time for you,
been all right.
It has been
A new film Pacific Rim
Uprising comes out, you have been
yizy with that, you had a special
screening your family went to see.
The family was there, friends, we
had a nice special screening to show
London what the finished product is.
What is that like? I can only
imagine for a young actor, like
yourself, to be able to take your
parents, to red carpet events, and
screenings of your film, you know
which you are producing this time.
It must be so satisfy, how does it
It is greatment, that is
lovely. I love seeing their face,
but it is nice to take them along,
it is a job that requires do you
travel a lot. So when you have the
chance to bring your family, bring
them. Them even seeing you on a
day-to-day basis is limited so it
was special.? Are you a daddy's boy
or mummy's boy? Mummy's boy but my
dad is my boy, you know what I mean?
We will be talking about the film
later, so thank you for being with
Alex and the mums have taken on so
much and we are struggling to keep
up. Eyesterday we saw them caving in
the Brecon Beacons, not Snowdonia as
we might have said. Sorry Wales.
Today they are running 28.4 miles in
relay from Rhossili to Swansea, and
it will take team work to get there.
Here is how they got on.
Our team of mums have had a week of
hard challenges. Experiencing highs.
And on this last day, we are
planning to run 26.2 miles in relay,
up to Castle Square in Swansea.
think we have good scenery do keep
We have our children
waiting for us at the other end.
Oh, I am going to be thinking ant my
baby. I want him to say mumma. I
hope he comes out with it at the
I am going to go for
But this is not just a simple run
through a city. We will be pushing
our way up the coastline of South
Wales, across country on uneven and
muddy track, it is going to be a
real strain for all of us.
It is incredibly undulating. It is
difficult under foot. So there is
lots of challenge still to come for
Soon after our team set
off on this megarun the baton is
passed on to Amal who takes on the
first solo leg.
It is beautiful.
it soon becomes apparent running
across country is not going to be
Yes, I have a pain down here
because the terrain is wobbly. It
did not want to fail. At one point,
I was actually thinking about a lady
that I met in Kenya and what she has
been through, and I just kept going.
Keep going, get to the end. Any way
Look at that amazing
scenery. That is fantastic.
This has God gothd to be the best
way to end this challenge. -- has
got. Leigh has felt the anguish of a
miscarriage and later the joy of
having twiners she has shown herself
to a mum on a mission.
I think I
came in strong or thinking I was a
strong person. And I also didn't
realise how much I need a team round
Being part of a team really gives
you the motivation mentally and
physically to achieve more than you
probably even imagine.
Mum is going to do good. As long as
she doesn't run too fast I think she
can do this. Mum, you can do this.
File as if I can go for the whole
Her positivity, Debbie, is
unlike anybody's I have experienced.
Let's enjoy the hell.
proud of you and I know that you
have done all of the challenges this
week, you have done really good.
She is one of the best people I have
met. So determined, and this team
wouldn't be the success it is if it
wasn't for her.
I love her.
The lowest point that was definitely
the cycling. I can't... I have
discovered I am tougher than I
thought I was.
This bird is unstoppable!
Jodie has suffered with postnatal
depression and hopes to help other
mums by sharing her experience.
have spent years thinking that
strong meant you never broke down,
you were nerve weak, and this has
completely shown me that actually
what makes you strong, is when you
break, you get back up. And you
allow other people to lift you up.
Me and the boys will be there for
you at the end, cheering you on.
so proud of you mummy, I've really
hope you enjoy it and love you lots.
I am slipping and sliding, I can
barely breathe because I am holding
my breath to keep my balance. It is
the final push, the final push and I
want to do 100%.
Being the team Captain has been a
real privilege, Leigh approaches
every challenge with gusto, she is
kind of the female bear grill, Jodie
out of everybody, she wears her
heart on her sleeve. She has learned
to this week. For Amal this is a
celebration of working towards being
fit enough to complete these
challenge, and you can just see that
radiating from her.
Debs, so kind, and all she has done
is look after the rest of us. And I
just hope that the four women know
how incredible I think they are,
they are really focussed and that is
why they have achieved what they set
out to achieve.
An amazing effort once again from
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Now, did they make it over the
finish line? That is the question,
after 28.44 long miles this was the
scene in Castle Square in Swansea
earlier. And look at them go. Over
the mini round about. That is their
relatives, past the castle.
And as you said, 28.4 miles was the
total but they each did seven miles
each. That is a gruelling week, that
would have been so difficult. They
did the first five miles together.
The last five miles together and
there they are. Over the finishing
line together. Alex in charge there.
Debbie, Leigh, almam, Jodie, finally
seeing their relative, swimming,
biking, caving, running the lot.
You can see the relief there from
the faces. They have been challenged
in different ways as well. None
would describe themselves as sports
people. That is safe to say.
Happy to have mum home.
We will hand
back to you and speak to you later
when we have caught our breath and
when I have had a hug with my Little
Ted, where is he?
Well done. An amazing effort. We
will link up with Alex and the team
live in Swansea soon.
John you were
watching that with admiration in
Yes, I like the fact they
are not sports people, just people
who are ordinary, that is really
cool. I like that.
You like to push
yourself as well, you had to do that
for the film?
Not at first, I hard
to -- had to start learning how to
push myself, you have to lose
weight, gain weigh, keep it steady i
that is where I learned.
Is that a
mark of professionalism. People look
how hard they are working before
they get to the stage, to the set?
Yes, that shows a discipline but on
top of that is endurance, in scenes
you are having to take more than 26
takes so you have to know how to do
that stuff, get you through and the
training is similar as well.
talk about Pacific Rim Uprising. It
is a follow up to Pacific Rim. We
have seen it. It is giant robots
smashing each other to bits taking
on huge, like sea monsters as well.
That sound ambitious.
It is. A lot
of cities being destroyed.
A lot of stuff, but it is a great Mo
I have to watch.
action-packed. -- movie.
Jake, don't you, Jake Pentecost, the
son of Stacker. Who was played by
Idris Elba. Which is epic in itself.
That is epic. I don't even get
scenes with him but to play a
character that is related to him.
Your on screen dad is Idris Elba.
am going to use that to get into the
parties from now on.
He did contact
Yes, he did. I have been seeing
him throughout the year, I see him
at good moments, at the Baftas I
said hello to him. I was freaking
out. It is nice for him to send a
nice message to me and my producing
partner to congratulate us on the
Tell us about your
character, how does he fit in, if he
is the son of Stacker where do you
It is ten years after the
first movie. It picks up with Jake,
who is a rogue, and he is a parts
Searle and he needs to find the
They are the giant robots.
Yes they control them. He needs to
go back to the institution in which
they exist, and basically lead a new
generation of kids to become pilots
and it is a story of self discovery,
coming of age but l you know, a
couple of cities are going to get
That is satisfying.
I can see you
love that role. You loved it.
loved it. It was great. We were
flying helicopters over Sydney and
Japan to get plates and we choosing
which builds were going to go.
that the right of being a producer.
What does it mean to produce a film
as well as to act in it
producer has their part to play,
some handling scheduling, the
finances but for me it was creative,
so I was involved with the casting,
with the rewrites for the script,
our CGI and into marketing, you
follow this project from the first
day to the last, and it is not the
last day yet.
I love Attack the
Block and seeing you there, as,
playing a kid, it feels like you are
growing up yourself, you are having
your own rite of passage.
Let us see a moment when
John's character find himself in big
Power down and exit your
No. No, don't give up. You give up
way too easy.
That is what they
Stop! You are in violation of code
ten, section 14, operation of an
That was awesome!
She is a brilliant
actress. What is it with you and
plastic armour? In this film and
also in Star Wars, the storm
trooper, that does not stop
It does not! I don't know,
I love good space suits and they
keep on coming my way. In Attack the
Block I did not get one of them.
am a super fan of Star Wars, Episode
IX is coming up, between us, what
can we expect?
I don't know
anything! For real, I don't know
anything, I start filming in July.
You're in it and what stage of
production is this at?
preparing and planning, they have a
script but I have not read the
He is trying! Do you have to
go to the room where the script is?
Yes, you read the script and go back
home. I cannot lie! Sometimes you
bring it home!
Just come round to my
house with it! Speaking of coming
back home, you have come such a long
way in such a short space of time
but home is very important you?
important, it is my beating heart.
It is who I am. You have become
patron of your local theatre in
Wow! What are you doing here?
look at some pictures.
We have another one.
happening here? This was about the
theory that comes out of the washing
machine! House Firy... Check out my
moves! My God!
Yes! Thank you so much to Teresa and
That is crazy! This week we have
been finding out about the Sport
Relief projects that you have helped
to fund, last night we saw Debbie
and Amal in Nairobi with the charity
that supports children.
the capital, we have been visiting
mothers and their children who are
forced to work in terrible
In north-east Nairobi
there is a quarry. Over 100 people
work here. They have two chip rocks
with a hammer every day.
with a hammer every day. -- have to.
The striking thing about this quarry
is how many children there are. The
job is exhausting and the monotony
is incredible. Many are single
mothers who have escaped difficult
and dramatic home lives and these
mothers don't have a choice. The
work here is gruelling and
dangerous, there are bits of rock
everywhere, it is very dusty and
noisy. I cannot imagine any mother
would want to bring their culture,
let alone work here. Rose has four
children, Vivian, Karen, Lucy and
Edward. They work in the quarry six
days a week as Rose cannot afford to
send them to school. Hello. Lovely
to meet you.
to meet you. TRANSLATION:
I come in
the morning at 6am and I start
cracking the stones until afternoon.
I do this to get money to buy food
for my family.
Selling bags of
gravel burns Rose 70p every day to
feed and told her family. What is
the hardest thing about working
started working at the quarry since
last May, this place is dangerous
and my son had an accident. He was
hit on the leg and it got swollen.
Why do you have to bring the
children to work here? TRANSLATION:
My husband died. I cannot watch my
children go hungry. That is why I
come here with them.
We are so
May God bless you. Rosebuds their
children work alongside her, with no
protection from the heat and the
dangers of the quarry. There is no
normal childhood for these children.
Vivian is eldest.
Vivian is eldest. TRANSLATION:
and my brother come to the quarry
every day and it is hard work.
Doesn't hurt your hands? Yes.
hurt when I pick the stones.
Injuries are commonplace and very
soon, Rose gets a chip in her eye.
Amal, a doctor, is here to help. We
have not been able to get this out
with the water, we are fishing this
I don't have to put my baby
anywhere near that danger, I worry
if he tries to cross the road on his
own, this is another world compared
What I want for those as I
want crickets to have the education
any child deserves so they can make
a future and help their own mother.
Being trapped in poverty can feel
hopeless for families such as
Rose's. This is why the childhood
project funded by Sport Relief helps
vulnerable families who work at the
quarry. The children are so
traumatised and the project offers
support, counselling and eventually
gets them back into education and
the mothers are offered the chance
to start their own business. The
project is so important because it
helps secure a safe and better
future. It enables children to
become ready to attend a government
school like this one.
loves school? Put up your hands!
Everyone? Stand-up! Have you ever
worked in the quarry or had to sit
with your mother? In the quarry?
What do you want to be when you grow
When I grow up I want to be a
I want to be a
A soldier. An artist.
Do you want to go to school?
What do you want to be when you grow
up? A pilot. Wow!
up? A pilot. Wow!
heartbreaking that mothers have to
come to work with their children
here to earn barely enough to work
-- to eat. Just £10 can pay for an
education and one month of meals for
a mother like Vivian.
That is pulled
together and give people a different
choice. Donate whatever you can.
John, you looked pretty
affected by that? I come from
Nigeria and for me, being exposed to
poverty like this is different to
poverty in the UK. It is
heart-wrenching that they have to go
An update to that story.
We're delighted to say that Rose
and her children have enrolled
into the project you just saw.
The girls will start
at the school on Monday.
Then work will begin with Rose
to help her set up her own business.
Now, we saw them cross the finish
line a few minutes ago and it's time
to go live to Alex and the Mother
of all Challenges team in Swansea.
Congratulations! How is everyone
Thank you so much, Matt and
Angelica, we are exhausted but we
are so exhilarated! Right? We have
had a chance to catch up with our
families and have a shower. You will
be pleased to know. Colin, we have
run the marathon today. You have
been in charge of twins, to be fair.
How has that been while Leigh has
been away with us?
It has been tough
but I managed OK.
I am glad to have
the back. Give us a round of
applause for all of the dance! It is
I have been hearing so much about
you. I feel like I practically know
you. And you have matched -- Mr
mother quite a lot? I have and I am
glad to have her back. I am sure,
she is fantastic. We, this challenge
was about doing something for
yourself and you have got the twins
and Ross, who is 20. How do you hope
other women have been inspired by
what they have seen all of you
fantastic powerhouses this week?
cannot believe we have smashed the
marathon, the Mother of all
Challenges, and if somebody average
can smash the marathon, imagine what
other mothers can do and I hope this
inspires people to think, I can do
that and I will try that because you
can be amazed about what you can
Just try something. Nothing
average about you! Overhear... Then,
I feel like I know you. Honestly!
Jodi has changed dramatically this
week. She has got softer and softer
as the days have gone on in such a
good way. We knew that physically
she was amazing. What changes have
you seen in this lovely lady as the
week has been going on?
that I know is that soft person. She
has that soft element but she is
also very strong and determined, she
has to be like narrow craft or
whoever on that challenge. Very
strong and powerful. -- Lara Croft.
The emotions are clear.
Super mother? Why
have we done this? To raise as much
as we possibly can for all of these
fantastic Sport Relief causes and
projects and to raise awareness for
maternal mental health. It is
It is so important. There
are barriers have been quite high
but I could see some tears at the
end! I did not expect that. You have
gone above and beyond in terms of
personal goals this week?
pushed my mind A body to places I
did not think it could go and I
broke several times. But I got onto
my back over and over again despite
significant fear. And I have got you
and these other brilliant women to
thank for that.
Amal said the other
day, our palms would not have
crossed in real life, doing the
caving, so let us get the total! The
total so far, not including what is
coming up out of the films...
£384,700. Thank you so much for
everybody who has donated! Your
money makes such a difference, thank
you so much. Back to the studio.
Give it up for them! You have got a
big weekend! It is your birthday!
Any plans? Nothing! I will sleep! I
travel all the time so it is a day
for sleeping and rest. Will you have
a slice of cake?
Yes, one RJ.
Exciting to meet Angelica?
have loved you since I was a kid! I
just want you to give me a Blue
That is your lot for tonight, thank
you to John Boyega.
Pacific Rim: Uprising is in cinemas
on the 23rd of March.
Matt and Alex will be back on Monday
with Gary, Mark and Howard -
also known as Take That.
Have a great weekend!