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John Boyega of Star Wars fame chats about his return to the stage in Woyzeck. Plus Steve Backshall and Helen Glover discuss their epic Devizes to Westminster kayak challenge.


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Hello and welcome to the One Show with Matt Baker.

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Now, tonight's guests have something in common.

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Steve Backshall and Helen Glover are here to fill us in on the finale

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of their mammoth canoe challenge from Devizes to Westminster.

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There they are with their battered boat....

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And, we're also joined by one of the biggest film stars

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His journey started in South London and ended in a galaxy far, far away.

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens broke box office records

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Welcome! Good to see you. Thank you for having me. First time here. It

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should have happened earlier but I'm here now!

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You were in Orlando last week to launch the latest Star Wars

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film, The Last Jedi, which is out in December.

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We launched the trailer last weekend in Orlando. Predictable craziness?

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We had 4000 people there, it was crazy, honestly, the support was

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huge. Everyone wants to know, what's in it? Let's go with what's not in

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it. There are quite a few rumours around. Gary Barlow? That was a

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rumour onset and I wasn't in any scenes with him so I don't know

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whether that's true or not. Prince William or Harry? I don't know who

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they are! LAUGHTER You've met them! LAUGHTER I didn't tell you about my

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twin brother, he's in Star Wars! More Star Wars later,

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and we'll be chatting about John's But first, if you're

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watching your weight after an Easter chocolate binge you might now be

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looking at food labels But, can you always trust

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the nutritional information Matt Allwright has waded

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into a slimming sausage squabble. Earlier this year, meat loving

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dieters thought they had found the holy grail of sausages, the Porky

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Light. The Porky Light promised all the texture and taste of a proper

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sausage. But, at a fraction of the fact. Look, 3%. That's just three

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grams per 100 grams. And it gives Porky Lights the right to label

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their packet low-fat. Diet club Slimming World was impressed. It's

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slimming plan lets members eat up to 15 of its points a day. It said a

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Porky Light sausage was just half a point, nine times healthier than a

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standard binder. Porky Lights low-fat ratings than many of

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Slimming World's members into a sausage induced frenzy. Little did

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they know they were about to be enmeshed into the biggest sausage

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scandal in slimming history. And yes, I did just say those words!

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Last month, after becoming concerned with the fatty texture, Slimming

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World decided to test Porky Lights. They found each sausage contained up

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to 19 grams of fat. So they took away their low sin point status. We

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interrupt your regular programming to present coverage on the sausage

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gate scandal. No! I'm absolutely devastated. In a statement, Slimming

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World said they reclassified Porky Lights to protect their members

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weight loss. It's safe to say, G White Co who make them disagreed,

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and began a sausage squabble. A "charcuterie disputerie". G White

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Co published what they claimed was the product's low-fat content,

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explaining they use the leanest cuts of pork as part of an old family

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recipe. So, who is right? To find out, The One Show commissioned its

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own tests. We asked an independent public analyst to test three packets

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of uncooked Porky Lights. The second one was 5.1 grams per 100 grams and

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the third one was 4.5 grams. I'm of the opinion that the approach

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required by the company is to either remove the low-fat claim, or reduce

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the fat content of the product itself. Not as low as the three

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grams they claim on the packet, but substantially less than the 19 grams

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Slimming World claimed to have found. In a bid to resolve this

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sausage scandal, I've come to Porky Lights headquarters in Woking to put

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our findings to the managing director of G White Co, Chris

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Price. On your packets it says 3% fat. Our analyst has carried out the

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tests and come up with three different samples which range

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between 4.5 and 5.5%. I think on the positive side the results were

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consistent and quite low. They were tested as a raw product. We actually

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pick our sausages for the guidelines on the pack. Why would you test them

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as a cooked product rather than at the stage when they are all the

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same? It's a more acceptable way for people to understand. You don't

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actually eat a raw product. There are so many different ways of

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cooking a product. The important thing is you make sure you stay in a

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description whether you are using raw or cooked fee or values. -- for

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your values. Will you keep labelling this as low-fat? We have to stand by

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the results that we have. We have no reason to change the packaging or

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its low-fat status. Tell me what it's like between you and Slimming

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World? What we have offered to do is to do some testing together, so we

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can have the correct value reinstated. So far we haven't had a

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positive response from Slimming World.

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Slimming World have referred the matter to trading standards.

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And so the battle rages on. The question is, can you really have a

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low-fat sausage? I don't know. But if a sausage is a sin, then count me

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in! Matt is here now -

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so is that the end of the 'charcuterie disput-erie'

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as you put it? Before anyone writes in, I know that

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a sausages and charcuterie! We conducted our own tests. There are

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test results from Buckinghamshire and Surrey Trading Standards. They

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tested four samples. Now remember the packet says 3%,

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but when Trading Standards oven cooked as per instructions,

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they found the fat content ranged And what did Slimming World

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and the manufacturers of Porky Lights, G White Co

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have to say? Slimming World say they stand

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by their results which they say came from 14 samples tested in two

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separate laboratories but say if Porky Lights provide regular lab

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reports backing their fat content claims they will reinstate

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the sausages onto their database. Meanwhile, G White Co has accepted

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the trading standards tests show results that are higher than that

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all-important low fat 3% figure but, it says, they are within acceptable

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tolerances that still allow them And very quickly Matt,

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just clarify for us the whole cooked That's quite confusing for people.

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It is quite confusing. European guidelines say they should be

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presented as sold, so in this case, raw. They say you are allowed to

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present a cooked version if you also supplied very precise instructions

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on the way they are cooked. So they tell you how they expect you to

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grill it which is exactly what G White Co do. Are you a big meat

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eater, John? It's more the yams and the rise. I'm staying away from

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sausage and now, man! LAUGHTER It's all good stuff! Why would you bring

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it up if there wasn't something wrong?! LAUGHTER Do you like a

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filthy fry up every now and again? I do. I only have one sausage anyway

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because I tend to put a fry up in one sandwich. Classic! Lovely.

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This week marks the anniversary of a truly extraordinary,

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explosive operation carried out by the Royal Navy.

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Dan Snow has visited the island they tried to wipe off the map.

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70 years ago, 40 miles off the coast of Germany, there's what's been

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recorded as the world's biggest non-nuclear explosion. The island of

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Heligoland was blown up by the British. Not in war, but in peace

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time. There is Heligoland now, it looks like a tiny scrap of land

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surrounded by the North Sea. The island was a British outpost and a

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popular tourist destination for Europe's well-to-do. It was traded

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back to Germany in 1890, when it became a naval base under the German

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Empire. To get there, I must first travel by plane, then ferry. Two

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years before that record-breaking explosion, at the end of the Second

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World War, the British launched a bombing raid to put the Nazi bases

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on the island out of action. In April 1940 five, 900 RAF bombers

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dropped thousands of tonnes of explosives to smash the German naval

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base. The local population desperately took shelter in the

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bunkers burrowed into the rock. On the island I met this man who was

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just a child when the bombs were dropped. He hid in civilian bunkers.

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After this operation it was considered unlikely that any living

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thing could have survived... When Olaf and his family came up, the

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town of Heligoland was destroyed. The island population was left

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homeless. The bombs left huge craters in the upper part of the

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island, that can be seen today. But still, many of the Nazi defences

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remained intact. After the war, islanders were relocated to the

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mainland and preparations were made for a second, more powerful assault

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on the Nazi installations. It was called operation Big Bang. Olaf was

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living 40 miles across the water from Heligoland.

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On the 18th of April 1947, the Royal Navy detonated 6700 tonnes of

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explosives. Fire. Some people have suggested the

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detonation in peace time was an act designed to humiliate the Germans.

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This man runs the Heligoland Museum and takes a more pragmatic view.

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All that was left were the civilian bunkers. It wasn't until five years

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later that the island was handed back to Germany once more, and the

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people of Heligoland were able to return. 70 years on, operation Big

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Bang may not be forgotten but the painful memories have begun to fade.

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People came back in 1952, rebuilt the houses and so on. Nowadays it's

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a lovely place to live here. For me, it's the perfect place. I couldn't

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imagine a better place to live and to stay. We say that an Heligoland

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you stay young, you don't grow. Today, Heligoland is once again a

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thriving tourist destination. Despite a pretty traumatic recent

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history, and an explosion which literally reshaped it.

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It does look lovely, doesn't it? We are going to carry on with the

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Germans seem now. John, jaw about to appear on stage in a play called

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Woyzeck at the old Vic. It is based in Berlin, this version? The play,

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it's 150 years old. It's an interesting one, because the

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writer of the original play died while writing it, so it is open to

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interpretation. We've left that to the phenomenal writer Jack Thorne

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and director Joe Murphy. We have a great team at the old Vic. What is

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the difference with your interpretation of it? With the Cold

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War as the backdrop. We have a younger class, from the perspective

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of a man who has been at war in Belfast, has been transferred to

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Berlin and is going through post-traumatic stress. His mental

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stress is deteriorating. It's a discovery and an education about his

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mental health, and how that affects his girlfriend, his two month old

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baby and his friends around him. It's a really deep and dark play. So

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why did you want to do this play and why did you want to do it now? It

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seems like so much is happening for you. To come back and do a five-week

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run on stage is interesting. The first reason is for the creative

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opportunity, to work with people I respect the theatre... The last time

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I did a play was eight years ago at the tricycle Theatre. It's a way of

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coming back to the craft and not getting too carried away doing the

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movies and forgetting what my origin is as an individual. You are

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relishing that? Yes, and at the same time I want to let people know I can

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act! LAUGHTER It's live and you don't get a second

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take. It's a great way for me to share my stories with a live

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audience. You are in rehearsal at the moment. Yes, I'm not going to

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lie, I don't know my lines! You don't need to, in a play you have

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time to learn. I imagine on a film set you straight in. Straight in,

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not much of a rehearsal period. We are rehearsing and three weeks away

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from previews. Does it seem like a luxury? It does feel like a luxury.

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When you see the monologues you have to do you think, this is not a

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luxury, but at the same time it's a great opportunity for me to get my

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teeth into a really deep role that was distributed to me just over a

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year ago. It's a fantastic opportunity for me. Everything you

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really want in a play. After doing the movies back-to-back, it's been

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good to settle down in London and work from home. It's interesting,

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back-to-back. You are returning to the character you did. It must have

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a very different feel to you as an actor. You must be over the moon you

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are in the Star Wars world and then suddenly going back and doing the

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second one, that must have a very different feeling for you? It does,

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it does. Now you have people saying, you're now an icon in Miazga Star

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Wars universe. For me, I don't feel that way when I watch my face in the

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bathroom when I go home. When I wash my face I don't feel that way. I

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still feel like a new, in that universe, so it does feel strange

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but it went well. The Last Jedi, we came back hard in Orlando! The

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trailer almost broke the Internet when it was released. Almost? It

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smashed the Internet! Let's take a look, everyone.

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A lot of excitement, excited people in here. As you mentioned, Dorf

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character has come back as... Quite a big deal now. I'm glad you said

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that. Finn had elements, needed to learn, he was in over his head and

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that led to him being defeated in the woods and Ray stepped in to back

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him up. Now with the opportunity for Finn to wake up and get back to

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being a badass. When you did the first one did you know you'd be the

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second one? Yes, three, I'm doing one more after this. Wow. It feels

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great, because you are able to kind of hold some things back, as well.

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With Finn, vulnerability is a very real thing to a human being. I

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wanted to be that human source of that open window. Now he's dropped

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that I'm going to be strong. Do you know what will happen in the next

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film? Or do you have anticipation? I'm waiting to read the next script.

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The first thing I need to do is meet the director and the new team. Will

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Harrison Ford be back? No. Harrison's... I think he's done. He

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still in that restaurant you took him to! LAUGHTER

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You took him to your local favourite little spot. I took a nice

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restaurant. He wanted to find somewhere more grounded. Has he been

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back? No, he hasn't even been back to London. Come on! Soon, soon. Best

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of luck with Woyzeck. If you were watching last night

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you may have seen Steve Backshall and Helen Glover crack their kayak

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on the gruelling first leg of their 125 mile race

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from Devizes to Westminster. So did they sink or swim on the

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toughest section of the race - We've been paddling nonstop for the

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last 14 hours, racing down the canal through Hungerford, Newbury and

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Reading. It's just gone midnight and we're now on the River Thames,

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passing through Marlow. Oh my god, this is a never-ending! I'm hurting.

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We have many hours of paddling in the pitch black ahead of us. Dawn is

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a long way away and we're still having to get out and run around

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every lock. Mentally and physically tough now. My back and my four on!

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Steve announced to me we're basically halfway there on distance,

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which is not fun! This is the graveyard shift, when exhaustion

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really kicks in. Overnight a quarter of competitors will be forced to

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retire from the race. To stand any chance of finishing in less than 24

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hours, we need to be at Teddington Lock at around 7am to coincide with

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high tide. Despite the pain, the chafing and the twisters, we are

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both keeping positive. It is a nice sensation of just being totally

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alone. It's lovely. Steve's saying it's lovely, needs to work harder!

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Run, Steve. I'm in a boat with a drill instructor!

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Even in the early hours of the morning, there are plenty of

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cheering supporters keeping our spirits high. Come on, guys! And, of

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course, we couldn't do it without our dedicated support crew, who have

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been keeping us on schedule and trying to make sure we keep our

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energy levels up. I don't fancy a doughnut. I'll have a sandwich,

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thank you. When would I ever turn down the doughnut? This is doing

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weird things to me! We've been battling to keep our boat

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afloat, after putting a big hole in it just four hours in. It seems to

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be holding together but I'm not so sure about Steve. I've got the

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worlds worst case of nappy rash. I understand why cry now. It's even

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having a strange effect on me. A bit disorientated in the dark as to

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where we are. I'm just doing this annoying thing of calculating how

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far we have to go, still hours and hours and hours. It's three o'clock

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in the morning and I have a boat held together with sticky tape! It's

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great. The boat is holding together but we are falling apart. We've been

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paddling relentlessly for nearly 20 hours and fighting fatigue is now

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the real battle. Helen starts to hallucinate as a boat tailing us and

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start shouting to it. They are a metre behind us, Steve. Is it right

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or left? There is no one behind us! It was the moon, I thought it was a

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light. Which way? After 108 miles, we reached Teddington Lock, on time

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to catch high tide. The tidal flow should help us on the home straight

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towards the finish line at Westminster.

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I can tell Steve is suffering, but the clock is ticking and I know we

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need to push on. This is not the time for sympathy. They had it you

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go the less you will feel the pain. I am never, ever doing anything with

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you ever again! Once on the Thames Tideway we won't

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touch land until we finish. Any problems and we are on our own. Oh,

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no! What? Cramp, my legs. Ticking off the bridges on the landmarks of

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London... Hammersmith. Gives us the kit we need to drive us to the

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finish. I can see the banner! CHEERING

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Just after Big Ben chimes nine o'clock on a glorious Easter Sunday

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morning, we did it! It's been such an honour doing this

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with you, sweetheart. Out of the 157 pairs that started

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the race, 120 finished. But for us, it was the cheers from supporters,

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friends and family along the way that really pushed us on and we

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thank you all. CHEERING AND APPLAUSE Here they both are, Steve and Helen.

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Oh my word. Huge congratulations. Amazing. I think everyone at home

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will want to know how is the nappy rash? It's terrible! Been sitting in

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a warm bath! Pretty much. Helen, you showed me your hands earlier, can

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you hold the button to camera four? That once pretty bad. How would it

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compare to the ones you get rowing? I thought I would get any because

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when you're throwing it off until hands up. It's a different sport,

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different movement, my hands weren't quite ready for it. They started

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hurting probably two hours in. With 20 hours of blistered hands, it

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wasn't nice. The formula keeping in those shots, 24 hours in and

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still... That was only when the camera started! LAUGHTER

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We had to paddle hard otherwise we weren't going to make the tide at

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Teddington and we wouldn't have made it to the finish line. Not just your

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hands and body that took a battering, your mind got a bit fuzzy

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as well. Definitely in the early hours. I thought for an hour, I was

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convinced there was a boat behind us. Internally I was going, why

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don't they overtake us? Why are they just sat there? I didn't know if the

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fork was going left or right so I started shouting at them and Steve

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is going, who is she talking to? LAUGHTER

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There was no one there, we were totally on our own. That was

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properly after 20, 21 hours of paddling. Wow. You did so well. The

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crew keeping everything going. It will take some time out of your

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schedule as well. You had the complications as well of the hole in

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the boat. That was something our support crew helped with. They were

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so heroic. I basically managed to stick my shoulder through the boat

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and crack all up the back of it. They stuck it together with sticky

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tape. I thought it came from this moment. This is one that comes up.

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Listen. And I thought initially it might have come from that. And if

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you're carrying it... I worried Steve had hit it with his paddle and

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saw his whole natural career... It would have to be a pretty tough swan

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to get through that! Of course there is a real serious reason why you are

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doing this, Steve. It's all about the rainforest. Yes, it is. We are

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raising money to buy section of rainforest in Borneo that will

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otherwise be cut down. People have been unbelievably generous and put

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behind us. Last time I looked I think we were at ?72,000, well on

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our way to our target. If we don't buy it it will be cut down and all

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the animals that live the orangutans, pygmy monkeys elephants

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will have nowhere to go. It's a fantastic opportunity to make a

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difference and save a part of the world that is really on the edge.

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But people have been so generous, I think we are going to crack it.

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People can find out online. And you guys won the mixed doubles. You

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haven't seen the trophy yet because it has been engraved. We can hand it

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over. We put a bit of gaffer tape on the back! The Gabi

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That's all we have time for tonight a big thank you to Steve and Helen

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Woyzeck opens at the Old Vic on 15th of May.

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Spring is arriving - in a whirlwind of pink.

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We're in Japan to celebrate the sakura.

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Angela Scanlon and Matt Baker chat to John Boyega of Star Wars fame about his return to the stage in Woyzeck at the Old Vic. Plus Steve Backshall and Helen Glover are in the studio to discuss their epic Devizes to Westminster kayak challenge.