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19/03/2018

Take That join Matt and Alex on the green sofas and there is a special performance from the boys at the end of the show. Plus The Mother of All Challenges mums are also in.


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Hello and welcome to

The One Show with Matt Baker.

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And after a week of

challenges, she's back.

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Alex Jones is in the studio!

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Sitting down!

I know, in the warmth,

it is amazing. About a fleece.

What

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a week. It's good to have you back.

Let's say the moment when you

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crossed the finish line, what was

going through your mind?

I was so

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glad it was done. It had been an

epic week but a really tough week.

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And you said you were looking

forward to having that cuddle with

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your boy Teddy. I presume you had a

nice weekend.

And was an anti-climax

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because initially he didn't

recognise me and then I pulled off

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the bobble hat and the little arms

came out. It was amazing, really

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nice to have a weekend at home with

the family.

We'll find out the

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weekend has been for all the mums

later.

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plus we have

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three guests who have a lot

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in common with them.

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Yes - they know what it's

like to "shine" and "rule the world"

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before coming "back for good".

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Please welcome Take That !

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Where are they then?

I've no idea,

no? It's the mums!

Debbie and Leigh,

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get off the boys!

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get off the boys!

Welcome back. Good

to see you.

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to see you. A very happy studio

audience here.

Sorry about that.

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They have been all over the WhatsApp

all weekend, can't believe it does

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take that, I told them not to come

too close, I can only apologise.

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That was lovely, very enjoyable,

zero tomorrow!

Do you need hot

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drinks because we saw what you were

doing this afternoon, look at this

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footage of you on the roof of the

theatre. What a performance. What a

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location. That was amazing.

It is a

celebration because our show The

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Band is coming to London this

Christmas, 50 shows that the Theatre

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Royal Haymarket. That was us on the

roof so we did say when we

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eventually get to London with the

show let's sing it on the rooftops,

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and we did.

The musical is coming to

the West End, we'll be talking about

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the musical The Band shortly and

showing that rooftop performance at

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the end of this programme. Stay

tuned.

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The Beast from the East has

left behind a legacy

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of potholes on UK roads,

the RAC has warned as figures

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relating to pothole breakdowns have

doubled following last week's

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widespread snow and ice.

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We have a huge problem with plastic

waste so Lucy has been to see a

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clever bit of joined up thinking.

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I've come to Cumbria to meet

engineer Toby McCartney was found a

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way to take plastic rubbish and turn

it into a road like this. Tell me

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how the inspiration came about.

It

was my daughter's school assembly.

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The teacher had asked what lives in

our oceans and my little girl said

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plastics. So I wanted to do

something about it.

How on earth did

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you connect plastics with roads?

I

was in India and they were going to

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landfill sites taking out plastics

and old rubbish, sticking it in

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potholes to form a seal and I

thought I'll do that on a ghetto

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because the roads around my house

full of potholes. Let me show you

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how it works!

Lead the way. For Toby

and team it took 18 months of

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testing to find the perfect blend of

plastics that could be used for road

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surfaces. Now he processes waste

plastics from seven different sites

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around the UK.

This is where it

begins, most of this waste is made

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up of farm waste we have in this

area, we use household and

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commercial waste. We like to use

local wasteful local roads.

So you

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can use drinking bottles, plastic

bags, copy tablets?

We are

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interested in the stuff that can't

be recycled, this enough of it in

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landfill to pave the roads around

the world, just from the UK's waste.

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Toby uses more than 20 types of

plastic for his road mixtures but

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the plastic has to be palletised

first.

We can ship so much more

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tonnage than if we just are plastic

bottles and bags, within this bottle

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of plastic pellets that perhaps 20

or 30 plastic bottles one bottle.

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The farm waste is palletised at this

noisy side in Dumfries.

We put it

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through a shredding process and then

its a variety of washing machines.

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We then have to dry it until we put

it through a compounding process and

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make it into plastic pellets.

How

did they get into the road, Toby?

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They replace part of the bitumen.

But the black stuff in the road you

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see. Some of our mixes strengthen

the roads, we might use several

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types of pellets to create more

flexible road, it depends where the

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road is going and what the design of

the road is.

Replacing part of the

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bitumen with placed plastic saves

fossil fuels and Toby says his roads

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are cheaper to manufacture. Does the

plastic wash of the roads?

No, it

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becomes part of the oil that goes

into the roads, so no micro plastics

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present in a road after it has been

laid. Is the quality as good.

And is

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far better, the roads are more

flexible, they last longer and they

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don't get potholes as readily. Time

for me to drive on one of Toby 's

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roads. Cumbria County Council is the

UK's first local authority to trial

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plastic roads. The a seven Scotland

Road in Carlisle contains half a

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million plastic bottles and other

800,000 plastic bags. Joining me is

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assistant director of Highways and

Transport Stephen. This is it. We

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are on it now. Can you tell the

difference? Fewer potholes. It's a

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very smooth surface. Is it OK in wet

weather?

Yes, the road has the same

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skid resistance as any other road.

What possible reason is there for

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local authorities not to do this?

When we put a new section of tarmac

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down as a highway authority we want

it to last 25 years or longer. So

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the reason for doing pilot studies

is to test it and then they will be

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able to evaluate if we think we can

roll it out more widely.

So far 20

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of Toby's plastic roads have been

paved in the UK, from Cumbria to

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Devon. And here's the inspiration.

My daughter. Tell me what do you

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think of all these plastics in the

environment?

They are good for us

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but not good for the animals in the

ocean.

Did you worry about that?

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Yes.

Are you proud of your dad?

Definitely yes.

That's all I need!

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That's inspired, very good idea.

We've talked about The Band coming

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to the west end in December. It has

been very well received. You must be

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thrilled as the three producers. Did

you expect it to become such a

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success so quickly?

You don't at

all. With theatre shows the one

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thing we know is that they take a

long time.

Normally.

It's been for

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years since we first talked about

it. But what has been great is

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seeing the cast because the roles

were so hard to cast, we spent to

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years casting them. It is now

beautiful to watch our cast walk

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into the Theatre Royal for the first

time and realise they are coming to

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the West End because a lot of them

have never done the West End.

As

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producers, what elements have you

enjoyed personally? Your music is up

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there, being sung in a different

way, you are seeing it in a

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different light, let's start with

Howard, what have you taken from the

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process?

Learning how to be a

producer, watching from the very

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beginning, watching the first run

through this and then watching the

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changes, and making more changes and

watching the next run through and

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watching and develop to actually

coming on the stage. And getting to

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know the cast is great. It is like a

big family. Everyone says hello to

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each other and gives everyone a hug

and it is fantastic.

Go on mark-up.

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Getting one of those chairs that

says producer on it! I've got one at

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home now! When we first got together

we were all given a little deckchair

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and on the back of mine it says

producer.

Out of that answer. The

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best thing is the chair that you

get!

The show features the story of

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take that but it is the story of the

fans who get back together when a

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band reunite and here's a taste of

what to expect.

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They've all got to touch! Grid and

the winner is Rachel! In Prague!

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# This could be the greatest day of

our lives... #.

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APPLAUSE

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We are joined by two actresses

who star in The Band -

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Rachel and Faye, you play the same

character in the show which has been

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Rachel, how does the character fit

into the story.

The story is of

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Rachel and her group of friends, it

is really a story of friendship. It

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starts when they are young and then

something quite tragic happens when

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this group of friends are 16 and

then 25 years later Rachel, now,

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wins the competition, she entered

the competition and she wins, and

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she reunites her friends, or tries

to reunite her friends, to go and

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see the band that they loved when

they were younger and it featured so

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heavily in their lives when they

were 16. So it's a story of the

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five, and the for.

And Faye, you

didn't know about take that's

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involvement when you auditioned.

Not

at all, I was told I was auditioning

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for a musical and to prepare a joke

and a song. I was like, great. And

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then we did a workshop and the day

before we did our presentation,

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almost, I was told that we would do

it in front of take that. I was

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like, right!

What!

I was just doing

what I've been doing every day. It

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was great fun.

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was great fun.

I think she said, are

they?

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they?

It was quite daunting, just

the three of them.

I would die if I

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had to sing in front of them.

The

surprises keep coming but

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occasionally you come out on stage,

at some random pennies and no one

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knows when it will happen.

We check

up on the shows every time, make

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sure everyone is all right and if we

feel that they are getting too good

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a reaction we get on, quick! Show

them how to do it.

When you are not

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on stage is it too that you have

watched some performances lying down

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in the boxes, so that the crowd

can't see you but you are listening?

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That is dedicated, as producers.

The

thing is, we don't want it to

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disturb the show, so we often just

lie there or look through a crack in

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the converted to see what's going

on. It's great.

It is so great

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seeing the reaction from the crowd

as well.

That's the thing, everyone

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has such fond memories, each song

means something to everyone who will

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be there so the feel-good factor in

the theatre is magic and The Band

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will continue touring across the UK

and Ireland into next year and

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tickets for the London shows this

year went on sale today. You've got

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to be quick, 50% have gone already.

Is that right? That tell my mum.

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Look at that. More dates, that's

what you need.

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The Mother Of All Challenges ended,

before we talk to our very proud

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mums let's look at a week to

remember. For five months it has

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been the Mother Of All Challenges.

Starting cold and swimming hard. The

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monstrous Loch Ness was Slade.

SHOUTING

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I want to be when I'm older!

Then

came whether hell for Helvellyn.

The

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good news is the mountains shrouded

in cloud.

And wiped out nearly wiped

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them out on the climb. But they

conquered the nearby peak.

Good

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effort.

Taking to to wields the

Queens of the mountain is pushed and

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pedals. -- taking to to wields.

Grinding gears and brushing away

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tears. Nevertheless, they prevailed.

Coniston pass!

From the peaks of

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Cumbria to be subterranean depths of

Wales. They faced their fears.

We'll

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be fine once we are in their taunts

seem as bad.

One wood sums these

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ladies up and down down here it was

shown in spades.

Natural miners we

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are not.

Then the final challenge a

marathon relay pounding the fields

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of the Gower Peninsula.

It's really

wobbly.

Holding my breath to keep my

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balance.

Using every last drop of

power, determination and faith in

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each other, these mothers who have

each faced their own personal

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challenges, finished this one for

sport. Together.

I live you to bits,

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well done!

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We are very good friends by now.

Ladies. I mean, back to reality and

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that, you look rested, fantastic,

and I said I would Wangle it, look.

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Before we chat, here are those

important donation numbers.

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To support the Mother

of All Challenges and make

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a donation to Sport Relief.

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You can donate £5 by texting

the word MUM to 70205.

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To donate £10 text

the word MUM to 70210.

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And to donate £20 text the word MUM

to 70220.

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Texts will cost your donation

plus your standard network message

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charge and all of your donation

will go to Sport Relief.

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You must be 16 or over and please

ask the bill payer's permission.

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For full terms and conditions -

or to donate any amount online -

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go to bbc.co.uk/sportrelief.

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How was the weekend? Amal, a nice

hot bath I imagine was the first

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thing?

Didn't have time. I went back

to my little one and it was baton

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passed from John straight to me. I

thought oh thanks.

That is not

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happening to us. Charlie went, there

you go. You inspired so many women,

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up and down country, the amount of

money raised is one thing, but the

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amount of messages, just saying how

grateful people were to have

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postnatal depression and all sorts

of problems, miscarriage, all talked

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about so openly. How for you did you

want to inspire mums? What did you

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set out to do?

I wanted to ensure

people like me the wrong side of 40

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are not making excuses to go out and

get fit, to get healthy. It helps

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with so many different things and it

doesn't have to be a gym, you can go

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out, get a pair of shoes on and a

friend and go out and walk,

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experience the beautiful countryside

we have round here and you feel

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better for it.

Yes, and Debs, you

hadn't run to the end of the drive

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before, had you. Suddenly you did

eight mile, you should have seen her

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go on Friday Gary.

It was just under

ten Alex.

Isn't it may be about you

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people in who have lost confidence

going back to work after a baby,

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like we all have, doing something as

a team, it is amazing what doing

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something with another group of

women does for somebody?

Incredible.

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Almost bizarre, we, we are from such

different walks of life. We would

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never have met each oh yourself

included. Yet we were thrown into

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this circus and we just bonded and

we did it all and we conquered

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everything.

And on that point, what

have you learned about yourself

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Jodie, how will you be living

differently?

It has reignited the

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fact I am passion about maternal

mental health and mental health in

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general. I had a quick sharp shock

on that challenge, ant myself but

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also about how strong these women

are and it has really just pushed me

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to keep going with getting that

awareness out there, get women

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talking. Before it is too late. That

is the most important thing.

You

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have raised an enormous amount of

money that will help a lot of

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people. If you want to go over to

your team. Here we go. Let us have

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some sort of a drum roll.

And here we go because the current

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total

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total stands at...

CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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The thing is the text lines will

stay open for another month so

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please, please donate if you haven't

already done so, that money will

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help a lot of people. So good effort

Can I say thank you to the four of

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you for doing that with me. Thank

you.

Thank you for inviting us.

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Travel documentary presenter

Simon Reeve battled the elements too

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to bring us this next film.

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Us.

It was here where my sense of

adventure began. This is the old

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house where I grew up with my mum,

dad and younger brother James, dad

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worked as a teacher in a

comprehensive nearby, and mum was a

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part-time occupational therapy

helper in hospital, so we weren't on

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the breadline but certainly wasn't

born with a silver spoon in my mouth

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either. It is funny how many people

mistake me for a toff. I may have

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changed but my bedroom has remained

pretty much the same. I used to lie

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here on the bed, not this one

admittedly, a much smaller one. Oh,

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gosh, that really takes me back and

look up at this poster. I feel quite

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emotional seeing it. When I was

growing up I had no idea I would go

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anywhere like that and I have been

absolutely blessed to have been to

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beaches like this round the world on

my telly travels. This is a picture

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that really inspired me and

comforted me as well. If I had had a

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Ricky time, I could retreat up here

-- tricky, I could immerse myself in

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that view of a tropical island.

Oh... But I didn't think this place

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was paradise, my old comprehensive

school, to be honest I dreamed about

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escaping from it most days of the

week.

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It is true, it is so much smaller

when you come back. I didn't have a

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great time at school. I was pretty

hopeless, I wasn't very inspired,

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and I wasn't very inspiring. I don't

think it is anyone's fault, it is

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just how it is. I slipped through

the cracks and I enjoyed being a bit

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naughty and going off may be bunking

off school a bit too much to have a

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few drinks in the pubs nearby, but

it is what I did and I do regret it,

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and I left school with basically no

qualifications, I didn't go to

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university I went on dole. I led a

BMX gang with my brother James. We

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always shared an early sense of

adventure, that was encouraged by

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our gran. Do you remember the

mystery tours?

She would take us own

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in her adapted super car.

She had

polio as a child so she couldn't

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walk properly but she could drive

We

would try and get lost in London as

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quickly as possible.

That was the

goal, to go somewhere exotic like

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Wembley or Hounslow. Do you remember

that, do you remember the feeling?

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Yes,

Being in the back and...

Exploring. With gran.

With gran, she

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was so good. She was patient with

us. Out in the world of work I went

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through a string of dead end jobs

until one day when my dad spotted a

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job for a post bar at the Sunday

Times.

I had been on the dole. I had

0:22:490:22:53

no idea what I was doing to do with

my life. This place was central to

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giving me a break.

And it is fair to

say they threw me in at the deep

0:22:580:23:03

end.

I was going on surveillance

missions, investigating arms

0:23:030:23:11

dealing, international crime gangs,

terrorism.

My interest in terrorism

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led me to writing one of the first

books on a relatively obscure figure

0:23:140:23:18

at the time. Bin Laden. Little did I

know this would change my life.

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Few years later 9/11 happened and my

phone started ringing before the

0:23:270:23:31

second tower had been hit, and it

did not stop for about a

0:23:310:23:35

year-and-a-half.

Suddenly I was seen as an ex perand

0:23:350:23:40

started appearing on the telly.

Osama Bin Laden is as much a cult

0:23:400:23:44

figure as a terrorist mastermind.

That is where I guess you could say

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I was spotted. I have been to some

dark places and glossy places but

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the idea has remained the same, to

explore the world and try and learn

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what is going on in it. While having

what are genuine experiences and I

0:23:560:24:02

have been incredibly fortunate and

lucky.

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Thank you Simon. His first UK tour

starts in September.

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We were talking about touring.

We

need to get this straight. Are

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there, is there a greatest hits, is

there a tour, we want a yes to both

0:24:220:24:27

please.

It is a yes to both. At the

end of the year... Then we are

0:24:270:24:34

planning a World Tour next year

because Mark wants a T-shirt.

He has

0:24:340:24:38

the chair, now he wants the T-shirt.

My work is done.

Big collector.

Is

0:24:380:24:46

that a massive massive World Tour

then, you are going to set off and

0:24:460:24:51

off you go

We are recreating some of

the songs for the greatest hit, we

0:24:510:24:57

have three new sausages so we want

to go to the territories we have

0:24:570:25:02

never been to before like South

America, we get so many south

0:25:020:25:07

American flags in the audience, we

have to pay them back and go to

0:25:070:25:11

these countries.

It is hard isn't

it. So you are reimagining some of

0:25:110:25:16

the greatest hits for this album

that will be out about Christmas

0:25:160:25:19

timish, can you give us a hint as to

what may be, which ones you are

0:25:190:25:24

doing.

You remember the old tape

reels, we got them out and you put

0:25:240:25:30

them in the oven for a bit. This is

what we were told, then you digitise

0:25:300:25:34

them. We have upgraded the mixes and

reimagined some of the songs but not

0:25:340:25:39

all of them, you have to be careful,

if you take them too far, you

0:25:390:25:44

destroy people's memories so we are

tried to be, there is a little laugh

0:25:440:25:47

there.

Them in the oven for a bit. This is

0:25:470:25:51

what we were told, then you digitise

them. We have upgraded the mixes and

0:25:510:25:54

reimagined some of the songs but not

all of them, you have to be careful,

0:25:540:25:57

if you take them too far, you

destroy people's memories so we are

0:25:570:25:59

tried to be, there is a little laugh

there.

0:25:590:26:01

"Don't change anything".

Put in a

load of music on an album wasn't

0:26:010:26:04

enough, we wanted to look through it

and make it sound better.

We have a

0:26:040:26:07

great picture of you Gary with

something you like to do on tour,

0:26:070:26:09

what are you doing, a bingo caller?

It is called Barlow's Bingo I am, I

0:26:090:26:12

do it, I am quite professional at

it. When I used to play the working

0:26:120:26:16

mens' clubs we used to play bingo

all the time. It is amazing you say

0:26:160:26:21

we are having bingo, you can't get a

seat in the house. Everyone loves

0:26:210:26:25

it.

It looks very rock and roll.

That is where we will leave it.

0:26:250:26:35

We'll be chatting to Simon Pegg

about his new film tomorrow.

0:26:350:26:37

Thanks to Gary, Mark and Howard

for joining us tonight

0:26:370:26:40

You can see The Band tour around

the UK and Ireland for an extended

0:26:400:26:48

# Let's go

# Hold up a light for me

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# Hold up a light for me

# Hold upa light for me oh

0:26:550:27:02

# I'll be watching

# Hold up a light for me

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# Hold up a light for me

# Hold up a light for me

0:27:060:27:11

# Hold up for me, oh

# I'll be watching you

0:27:110:27:23

# Ladies and gentlemen, this is The

Band the musical

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# Hold up a light for me

# Hold up a light for me

0:27:280:27:31

# Hold up a light

# Hold up a light for me

0:27:310:27:35

# Hold up a light

# Hold up a light for me, oh

0:27:350:27:44

# Never forget where you come from

# Never pretend that it's all reel

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# Some day soon this will all be

someone else's dream

0:27:520:27:58

# This will be someone else's dream

# Never forget where you've come

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from

# Never pretend that it's all reel

0:28:060:28:11

# Some day soon this will all be

someone else's dream

0:28:110:28:18

# Here we go

# So come on get it on

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# I don't know what you're waiting

for

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# Your time is coming

# Don't be late, hey, hey,

0:28:260:28:30

# So come on

# See the light on your face

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# Let it shine

# Just let it shine

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# Shine

# Just let it shine

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Great way to kick off the week! Take That join Matt and Alex on the green sofas and there is a very special performance from the boys at the end of the show. The Mother of All Challenges mums are also in to talk about how much money they've raised for Sport Relief.