21/02/2018 The One Show


21/02/2018

Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Matt LeBlanc and Chris Harris. Elkie Brooks peforms live, plus the mums lining up for Sport Relief's Mother of all Challenges.


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Hello and welcome to

The One Show with Matt Baker.

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And Alex Jones.

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And tonight we're joined

by the high-octane, full-throttle

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presenters of the nation's

favourite car show.

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Self-confessed petrolheads

who spend their days

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pushing the flashiest cars

to the very limit.

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Honestly, boys and their toys.

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Who says we don't do serious car

reviews?

How good is that?

Doing the

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dance in the car? A little bit!

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That, my friend... Is an ash!

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Please welcome Matt LeBlanc

and Chris Harris!

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APPLAUSE.

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Good to see you. Chris, how are you?

I am good.

Somebody is missing?

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Somebody had to stay behind, he is

shooting extra gear.

He is the one

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who works harder? He does the heavy

lifting.

We know where Stig is. He

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is catwalk modelling for the Queen

at Fashion Week! Only joking, he is

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with us and we will let him in a

little bit earlier but not just at

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the moment, keeping a close eye on

things.

We can see you driving these

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lavish, exciting cars but in real

life, when you're off, what do you

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drive? Matt?

On your ranch? On the

ranch I usually drive some kind of

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tractor but were kindred spirits. In

real life, I have a Mercedes SUV. Or

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a Porsche.

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a Porsche.

This could go on for some

time!

What about Chris? I have a

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Mercedes coupe with a big engine

which is very comfortable and I feel

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like I have not driven.

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like I have not driven.

This man is

downplaying his car collection.

He

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has got everything! I have a side

issue in that I cannot stop buying

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cars! I have a lot of rubbish that

depreciates rapidly! Plenty of

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choice. I like my old French cars.

We have seen you in your Citroen two

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CV. When cars are you they have this

lovely smell but people tend to let

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them get messy.

Like you, with your?

My old Land Rover is a farm vehicle,

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this is this morning, some sheep

feed and jump leads. You bought that

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from working? It has its working

clothes on, I like to say. There is

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a lot of sandwiches. I didn't take a

picture of the back because it is

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horrific!

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Well, on that, we'd

like to hear from you tonight.

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Because as a nation we're notorious

for being house proud -

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but do you treat your cars

with the same TLC?

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Yes, we want to see Britain's

messiest motor tonight.

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Take a quick photo and send

it our way and make sure you tell us

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who's responsible for all the filth!

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Name and shame!

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Lots more to come tonight,

including the mums who'll be

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joining me to take on not one

but five gruelling

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challenges for Sport Relief.

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I will give you a round of applause

already!

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APPLAUSE.

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We're calling it The Mother

Of All Challenges and you can see

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what's in store for us

all a little later.

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And we've the perfect music to gee

you all along on your challenge.

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Performing Running to

the Future from the new movie

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Finding Your Feet, Elkie Brooks

performs live at

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the end of the show.

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APPLAUSE.

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You might be one of the 135,000 who

have already

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bought an electric car.

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But there's another

environmentally-friendly alternative

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coming just around the corner.

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One manufacturer is flying the flag

for the UK in where else but Wales.

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And Lucy's been to see

their brand new green machine.

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The British car industry is famous

all over the world. Around a quarter

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of the UK's greenhouse gas emissions

are from transport.

So the industry

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is under pressure to change, like

never before. We have already got

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electric cars and hybrid cars as

alternatives to petrol and diesel

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but we are also starting to see some

cars powered by hydrogen.

I am in

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Llandrindod Wells two small company

with big ambitions to take on the

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motoring giants with their

revolutionary hydrogen powered car.

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Backed by funding from the EU, the

Welsh Government and a crowdfunding

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campaign, this is the Rasa, a two

seater car for those short local

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journeys. The company founder is

Hugo Spowers. What are you doing the

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Giants are not?

We have made the car

lighter, carbon fibre, made to last

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longer and we have no gearbox and an

electric motor in each wheel. Is

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this exorbitantly expensive? We hope

we will never sell a car. I would

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not only that? You would buy a

service contract like a mobile phone

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and you pay a monthly direct debit

that covers everything. The customer

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fills this with hydrogen but the

bill comes to us, you're talking

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about £370 per month and 18p every

mile. There are about 15 filling

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stations in the country at the

moment so building and intercity

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capable motorway car needs a few

hundred filling stations but if the

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car is for local use you can create

a market with one filling station.

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Riversimple's mission is to

eliminate the environmental costs of

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personal transport. The Rasa is a

result of 15 years of research by a

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team including ex-Formula one and

aerospace engineers. Andre Bird is

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head of research and development at

the workshop. This is a hydrogen

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fuel cell.

It is tiny. It produces

8.5 kilowatts of power, from zero to

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60 mph in 9.6 seconds and this is

capped at 60 mph. Will that put

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people off? The car is designed as a

two seater Robert Allen use and I

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hate to think of anybody getting to

60 mph in the town.

Before it can be

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released, 20 will be trialled by 100

volunteers around the time of

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Abergavenny. Feedback will influence

the final design. We have invited

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one of the test drivers here for a

driving lesson in the prototype.

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Karen Harris, a retired head

teacher, is about to become the

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first member of the public to drive

it. This is the only Rasa in the

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world.

How do you feel about the

responsibility? Somewhat

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apprehensive.

Shelby get going?

Don't worry, Andre will be with you

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every step of the way.

Off we go!

Once Andre has found a quiet road

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for a current practice on, it is

time to swap over.

Select forward.

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Handbrake off.

Their OBR. My gosh!

Fantastic. Smooth! This is a nice

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driving position.

Being low to the

ground is great fun and it is very

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agile.

Going around the corners, you

feel quite safe.

The lightweight

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Rasa weighs roughly half as much as

a Volkswagen golf and does the

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equivalent of 250 miles to the

gallon.

But the foot down a little

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bit harder.

The exhilaration, my

gosh, is really good. --

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acceleration.

Here they come.

How

was that? Absolutely fantastic.

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Brilliant to drive.

And so nippy.

You looked genuinely thrilled? I

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cannot wait to have one to drive

again.

It has to be the way to go.

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So the Rasa gets the thumbs up. It

is a huge idea from a tiny company,

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will it be a success? The One Show

will find out what happens.

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Any film that will get the boys

talking. You are in opposition with

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hydrogen and electric, who wants to

go first?

I can see this being a

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part of the future, especially

hydrogen, it is a wonderful resource

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but you need a lot of geothermal

energy to produce it in liquid form

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and fitness storage so electricity

and hydrogen, it is not about

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whether it works, it does, but we

need new infrastructure so somebody

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has to build the tanks, who pays for

it? The car-makers? Government?

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Probably not. It looks difficult but

I love the idea of clean...

That has

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to be where it is going?

It is still

a combustion engine and the

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by-product is water. You cannot run

down the 7-11 and get some hydrogen.

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And storage, that is basically like

an explosive in the car that stores

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hydrogen. They have been trying to

jump-start hydrogen cars for a while

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but storing, at the place where you

go to buy it, that is a very big

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tank, so that is a very big bomb. I

think the future is electric.

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Battery technology will get there

and maybe solar panels on the roof.

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But you have to make electricity and

in this country... That is oil

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fired.

If the car has got solar, the

entire body, it can make its only --

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its own energy.

You know about the

weather over here?

So it's not quite

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as pure as at my house!

Don't fall

out! We were just about to ask about

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your chemistry!

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your chemistry! Sunday sees the

start of the current line-up and

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there was a lot of fuss, will they

get on? In terms of friendship. We

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had that when we started, and you

don't know each other. But by now,

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have you settled into a groove

together? Is a relationship forming,

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do you go for beers?

Do you want to

hold hands for this next part?!

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Maggie said, in the beginning, will

we get along? We didn't know either.

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You want to get along because it is

better for the show. But it turns

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out we get along really well. We

have a lot of laughs, half the stuff

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we come up with we cannot say on

television so we're getting along

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great.

Absolutely and Top Gear, if

you are not enjoying making it there

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is no joy in the end product so we

have to have fun making it. It is

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very strange. As a child of the 90s,

watching him on television, I did

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not think I would become Friends

with Joey!

Whenever you go, on your

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travels, you are celebrating those

countries.

We're having a good time.

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The culture. Cars are everywhere.

Transportation, even. We did a film

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in Sri Lanka driving Doctors the

whole time and we had a blast. And

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they are huge part of the culture.

-- tuk-tuks. Does it feel British or

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global? Top Gear goes all over the

world from your perspective?

It

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depends on which part of the show

were working on, making the films,

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it feels global. When we get back

into the studio to do the voice-over

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parts and stuff, and we go back and

forth with the producer on Ranj

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Singh aluminium. -- on pronouncing

aluminium.

A lot of the humour comes

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from that, the divide between the UK

and America? One thing you do not

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disagree on, well, you do, is

Bigfoot. You take Chris into the

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sticks and you are like, it is a

thing?

I first realised it was a

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problem like this when I was at his

ranch in the summer and I saw a

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little face sticking out of a

planned part and it was a little

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Bigfoot. Clearly the Bigfoot thing

is an issue.

Yes, I get a kick out

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of him!

You went out into the

sticks...

We have a photograph.

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Northern California, to try to find

him.

That looks fun!

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him.

That looks fun!

We have a

picture of you dressed up as

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Bigfoot.

Can we see that?

There you

are! That is camouflage.

What has

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happened, we have the quickfire

round of things. Most competitive?

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Rory. Probably Rory.

Definitely. The

most likely to be caught

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speeding...?

Rory.

Caught speeding?

I am most likely to get away with

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it! He is most likely to be caught!

Most likely distil under pressure?

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That would be Rory.

-- to stall.

Which has the best taste in cars.

It

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is not Rory.

We have quite similar

tastes. There is a particular

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manufacturer in Stuttgart that makes

a car with an engine in the back and

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we like them. Ultimately, I own a

1957 Citroen two CV so that trumps

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anyone!

I have a big forward delete,

but the two seater in the back.

The

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unbelievable thing happens in the

series with the massive crate of

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eggs. I cannot believe you did this

with a car that you love so much.

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Have a look.

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What is happening?

Whose idea was

this?

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this?

So, when Andre Citroen

design... I can still smell that

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now. When he designed the car, he

had some very strict design criteria

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and one was it had to be driven at

around 40 miles an hour over a

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likely ploughed field with a basket

of eggs on the lap of the passenger

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in the car, so the suspension was

soft and subtle enough. There are

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three or four other bizarre claims,

involving livestock and things. So

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they tested the design criteria in

the car.

On all actual parts of the

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design brief of the car, they were

written in there.

That was one of

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them. They were supposed to have 12

eggs. He had 400 anti-tipped them

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all on me.

But the car handled the

bumpy field with a basket of eggs

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and none of them were breaking. So I

thought it would be fun...

This

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would be good television!

That was

the best laugh ever on camera.

It

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was funny, but the poor car. The egg

got into the rails and it went rank.

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When I took it out of the garage

three weeks later, it was horrible.

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And Stig has been round Adam's farm

in Countryfile, and he has been

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trying attractive. You can see that

on March the 25th. There he is just

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reminiscing. Good day down on the

farm.

With all the miles you do, you

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probably fancy a drive through now

and then. If it is fried chicken,

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you may have to put more miles on

the clock.

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A delivery mix-up has disappointed

hundreds of hungry fried

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chicken fans this week,

and the hysteria has

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left us wondering -

can the country cope

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without the colonel?

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Here's Iwan.

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It was devastating. It was like the

apocalypse.

I was shocked because it

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was closed.

I was suffering a bad

hangover and I chose Subway over KFC

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and it was serious.

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and it was serious.

Over 600, have

run out of chicken. That is no

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finger licking good. It is the

biggest problem KFC have ever had.

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They have been a high-street stable

since 1965 when they opened their

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first store in Preston. Problems

began last Wednesday when they

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switched the distributor. KFC

changed its applied to DFL.

There

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were not a lot of lorries and

drivers, so there was a lot of

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chicken stuck in the warehouse.

And

as the chicken ran dry, stories

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began to close and people took to

social media with the hash tag KFC

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crisis. Disgruntled customers were

calling the police who asked them to

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stop. We have come to my lender to

see what the public make of this.

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What do you know about the KFC

crisis? I eat it as well.

Will you

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get through it?

Yes, I will. Does

the chicken situation bother you?

It

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might be healthier for people.

May

be it is a good thing to get people

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off fast food.

Is cooking an option?

Yes, it is. For the competitors this

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is good news.

It is good news for

Burger King and all the small chain

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shops.

They are getting a lot of

customers. Will we look back on this

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and say, 2018, the great chicken

shortage?

Forget Brexit, this was

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the crisis.

Delivery time and KFC

and chicken. But, thankfully, my

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lender is now one of the stores off

the closed list. I am satisfied I

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finally got what I have been

craving.

I got my hot wings, so it

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is all good.

Bless them.

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Bless them.

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Right, welcome to The One Show car

lot, guys, because it's time

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to put your motoring knowledge

to the test in a little

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game we like to call

Who Do You Think You Car?

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The idea is as simple as they come.

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All you need to do is match

the owner to the vehicle they drive.

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And these are the first three cars

you've got to play with.

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Car one is a 1908

steam-powered Stanley.

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Car two is a true original -

affectionately known as Cosmotron.

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And car three is a Fiat 500 revamped

to look like an Abarth 695.

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It's called Freddie I think.

But who

owns these cars?

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Alan from Hertfordshire.

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Basil from Norwich.

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Kathy from south-east London.

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All you have to do is match the cars

to the owners.

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All you have to do is match

the cars to the owners.

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I always think it is good to look at

footwear. The Oxford brogue.

How do

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you feel about yellow?

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you feel about yellow?

OK, so if you

stand by your actual cars, that

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would be fantastic. Let's see how

right the boys are.

Completely and

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utterly wrong!

That could have gone

anywhere.

Let's go and speak to

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Basel. What is the story?

This is

and 1908 Stanley steam car.

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and 1908 Stanley steam car. It is

equivalent to 1800 horsepower. There

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is a boiler under the bonnet, or the

hood as you call it. The fire boils

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the water and generates the steam.

Steam and then goes towards the

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engine, but via the fire. That super

heats the steam.

We are going to

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have trouble shutting you up.

Yes,

we are. The engine is coupled to the

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axle and there are no gears and no

clutch.

Does it see the road much?

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Do you drive it?

It is clean as a

whistle. We did 1000 miles in

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America last year.

Basil, you can

keep chatting if you want.

Let's go

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to Alex. It is so lovely that you

have brought these cars end. Cosmo

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looks like Penelope pit stop's car.

Is it a hurry? It is him its

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omission Mark it is handbuilt in the

UK by a guy called Paul Bacon.

Is

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that the real V8? It is a fake top.

How do people react when you pull up

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at the supermarket?

I have not got

to the supermarket, but at the

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petrol station they do.

How can you

see over that?

You just look past

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it. He is beautiful.

Alan cannot

believe that the Stig is in his car.

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What is the story with this? How did

you end up with it?

I have always

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been a fan of Fiat 500 and we got

married in 1973 and I bought one to

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teach my wife had to drive. She

changes gear better than me. We got

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one after the other until we had

three up until 1984. I was building

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a house and I paid somebody to take

it away. It was crazy.

All

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originals?

Yes, all originals. This

one we got a few years ago from a

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chap who had completely restored it.

That was 20 years ago and it still

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looks fresh.

The good news is we are

going to have another round of this.

0:25:090:25:18

Stay tuned for the second part.

0:25:180:25:22

It isn't just fast cars and crazy

vehicles that we're celebrating

0:25:220:25:25

on the show tonight.

0:25:250:25:26

It's time to introduce

you to an impressive bit

0:25:260:25:28

of microscopic engineering that's

helping to revolutionise

0:25:280:25:30

the treatment of heart failure.

0:25:300:25:38

53-year-old Jeff Wales has spent

most of his adult life working on

0:25:390:25:43

the railways in Kent.

16 years as a

train conductor, endless trips to

0:25:430:25:48

London, how many thousands of miles

have I travel?

Who knows? Good days.

0:25:480:25:55

Jeff and his wife Lynne have been

together for 20 years and with a

0:25:550:25:59

grown-up family they were looking

forward to enjoying the future

0:25:590:26:02

together. But last year their life

took a different turn.

He had time

0:26:020:26:07

booked off from work for the weekend

and we thought of going to Wales to

0:26:070:26:12

see some family.

On the second day I

had chest pains. Being a man I

0:26:120:26:17

decided to wait until I came home

two days later before I said to my

0:26:170:26:22

wife, I have some pain.

That was the

first I knew of it.

Jeff was

0:26:220:26:29

suffering from heart failure. That

happens when the heart is unable to

0:26:290:26:33

pump blood around the body and it

leads to tiredness, shortness of

0:26:330:26:37

breath and swelling of the ankles

and if untreated it can be fatal.

If

0:26:370:26:43

I had not gone, I would be dead.

This is Jeff's consultant.

He has

0:26:430:26:52

what we call cardiomyopathy and the

muscle does not pump enough around

0:26:520:26:57

the body.

They believe a virus

caused this failure. He was fitted

0:26:570:27:03

with a pacemaker soon after

diagnosis but his condition means it

0:27:030:27:07

is only able to pump one side of his

heart and it began to be out of

0:27:070:27:12

sync. It all looks pretty random,

the movement of the left ventricle.

0:27:120:27:19

This is the inherent problem when

one part is contracting and the

0:27:190:27:23

other part can be moving out, so it

leads to a very inefficient pumping

0:27:230:27:27

function. It is likely it could get

worse over time and that would

0:27:270:27:31

reduce his life span.

The damage to

Jeff's heart is so great, all

0:27:310:27:37

conventional treatments have been

exhausted. Time is running out and

0:27:370:27:42

everyday becomes bigger struggle.

Just walking up a couple of flights

0:27:420:27:46

of stairs and any exertion causes

problems.

A year ago our life was

0:27:460:27:52

very different. I feel we are living

the lifestyle of my parents now.

It

0:27:520:27:58

has been hard for Jeff and limb to

accept, especially as Jeff's dad has

0:27:580:28:03

to do the jobs Jeff no longer can.

I

don't ask often because it is a bit

0:28:030:28:10

of a burden on him.

You have got to

do it, he is my son. Yeah.

I don't

0:28:100:28:26

care about who does the gardening

and the decorating, I just worry if

0:28:260:28:31

he will still be there.

Now this

ground-breaking device is offering

0:28:310:28:34

help. It is a stimulating system

which doctors help will

0:28:340:28:40

resynchronise his heart. It is the

size of a grain of rice, so small

0:28:400:28:45

that it can be placed inside the

heart.

We put the device into the

0:28:450:28:50

muscle. There is a little needle and

some barbs and an ultrasound

0:28:500:28:54

transmitter activates the device to

electrically stimulate the heart.

0:28:540:29:00

Today, Jeff is back in hospital for

the device to be fitted. He is the

0:29:000:29:06

first person to have the latest

generation of transmitter. If it

0:29:060:29:10

works, it could transform his life,

but it is not without risk.

In

0:29:100:29:15

theory the device could fly off into

the heart or another part of the

0:29:150:29:19

circulation. That is why we take a

lot of time to make sure it is

0:29:190:29:25

correctly deployed and the chance of

that happening is very small. We

0:29:250:29:29

have not experienced that

complication.

Jeff is very young for

0:29:290:29:32

this procedure.

The fact he's young

and apart from his heart problem,

0:29:320:29:36

the rest of him is in pretty good

nick and we are hopeful that if we

0:29:360:29:41

resynchronise the heart, that Jeff

will do very well.

I think about the

0:29:410:29:46

risk, Jeff does not, but the

benefits far outweigh the risk. We

0:29:460:29:51

have got so many things we want to

do.

It is worth a chance. The device

0:29:510:29:57

has only become available recently.

A year ago, two years ago it was not

0:29:570:30:03

an option. We are very fortunate.

0:30:030:30:08

We are very fortunate.

0:30:080:30:09

And you can see how Jeff got

on with his operation

0:30:090:30:12

a little later in the show.

0:30:120:30:14

Right it's the moment that

Alex has been dreading,

0:30:140:30:17

because once I finish reading this,

there really is no going back!

0:30:170:30:21

In March, Alex will lead a team

of mums in a challenge

0:30:210:30:23

for Sport Relief, but it

isn't any old challenge,

0:30:230:30:26

it's The Mother Of All Challenges!

0:30:260:30:29

Before she has time to back out,

let's see what's in store.

0:30:290:30:37

I feel sick. To be honest.

0:30:400:30:48

So many of us mums are struggling

and it is all right to get help,

0:30:480:30:53

that will bring us together.

I

wanted to do something to make me

0:30:530:30:57

feel like myself again.

Don't let

other people tell you cannot do

0:30:570:31:02

something, you can.

I don't want

just to prove that I am not that

0:31:020:31:06

person any more.

I don't know, I am

more worried about this and any

0:31:060:31:11

other Sport Relief challenge.

0:31:110:31:20

The Mother Of All Challenges is a

serious challenge, I cannot think of

0:31:230:31:29

anyone who would like to be in their

shoes and this is properly tough.

0:31:290:31:36

The challenge feels like this

enormous mountain and I hope that

0:31:540:31:59

the girls and myself will bond and

do it together.

I don't think I have

0:31:590:32:05

fully taken on board but I am going

to be doing.

We're going to be

0:32:050:32:10

absolutely nuts!

It is on!

Here they

are...

0:32:100:32:20

First up, it's Amal from London!

0:32:200:32:22

APPLAUSE.

0:32:220:32:24

Mum to 11-month-old Rafii,

Amal works as a doctor,

0:32:240:32:27

specialising in Sports Medicine.

0:32:270:32:34

Lovely.

0:32:340:32:36

Next up, Debbie from Bristol!

0:32:360:32:41

By day, Debbie is a support

worker for adults with

0:32:410:32:43

learning difficulties.

0:32:430:32:44

But her spare time is devoted

to her four daughters -

0:32:440:32:46

Mum three is Jodi from Bristol!

0:32:460:32:48

APPLAUSE.

0:32:480:32:52

Mum to Taylan and Farren,

Jodi has overcome severe post-natal

0:32:520:32:55

depression and now wants to support

other mums facing the same ordeal.

0:32:550:32:59

And finally, it's

Leigh from Glasgow!

0:32:590:33:05

Mum to Ross and twins

Ethan and Freya, Leigh

0:33:050:33:07

loves the gym and works

for a construction company.

0:33:070:33:09

So we know who'll be

doing the heavy lifting!

0:33:090:33:17

There is no backing out! We have

given birth, we can do this! That is

0:33:180:33:24

the bottom line, it is so nice to

have a team of ladies doing it with

0:33:240:33:29

me. I am so grateful that you have

signed up. Thank you in advance,

0:33:290:33:34

before we get into at!

How will this

work?

Every day there is a different

0:33:340:33:42

challenge, and we saw your face!

Matt was giving me tips about the

0:33:420:33:47

wet suit and what we should do to

warm it up! One challenge every day,

0:33:470:33:56

swimming, biking, hiking, caving and

the marathon and we will play on

0:33:560:34:00

each other's strengths. If somebody

is good at running they can take the

0:34:000:34:04

lead and we will finish together,

team effort. Nobody left behind.

0:34:040:34:10

Leigh, you describe

yourself as Mrs Average.

0:34:100:34:13

What made you want to get

involved in the challenge?

0:34:130:34:20

Mrs average, we are just mothers, I

always watch the celebrities on

0:34:200:34:28

Sport Relief and when Alex asked my

mum to come along, why not? So I

0:34:280:34:33

applied and here I am.

The reason we

are asking for mums is this year is

0:34:330:34:40

all about raising awareness of

paternity issues and pregnancy

0:34:400:34:46

issues. Jodi, you had a real time of

it with postnatal depression and you

0:34:460:34:50

thought that you would want to do

something to help others in the same

0:34:500:34:54

position?

Give us some background. I

suffered badly after my first son

0:34:540:35:00

and it was a really lonely time and

it was a really dark place, not a

0:35:000:35:07

great place to be and this is about

trying to normalise that episode so

0:35:070:35:12

that women feel they can talk about

it and we can say, OK, we're

0:35:120:35:17

actually not feeling great but that

is all right and get that

0:35:170:35:20

conversation going.

In general, but

your perspective change in life when

0:35:200:35:25

he became mothers? More fearful? Or

more out there?

More fearful! It is

0:35:250:35:34

both. I am more fearful for the

children but as I get older I am

0:35:340:35:40

getting more gung ho!

0:35:400:35:47

getting more gung ho!

Debbie is a

dark horse.

0:35:470:35:54

dark horse. Shelley Winters? In the

Poseidon adventure? That is Debbie!

0:35:540:36:02

Really good in the water.

0:36:020:36:07

Really good in the water. And Amal,

you are the Doctor. How can we feel

0:36:080:36:11

better? What is your reason for

getting behind this?

When you put

0:36:110:36:18

out the advert I was not in a good

place, similar to Jodi, I was six

0:36:180:36:25

months postpartum and I used to be

very fit and active and during my

0:36:250:36:28

pregnancy and after I had the baby I

did not have the capacity to

0:36:280:36:31

exercise that I guessed it. It used

to be such a massive part of my

0:36:310:36:36

identity and at that time I didn't

have the energy or the strength or

0:36:360:36:40

do anything and I looked to that

challenge to be something that I

0:36:400:36:44

could aim for and get motivated for.

And that transition from being

0:36:440:36:48

really fit and healthy to becoming a

mum and your body going through the

0:36:480:36:53

mill and is trying to get back to

the same place is a big challenge, I

0:36:530:36:57

find it really hard so this is a

reason to get back on the bike!

It

0:36:570:37:01

is achieving something, some of us

felt that we had failed as a mother

0:37:010:37:08

for a while, and we didn't but that

is how we felt and I think this is

0:37:080:37:13

our chance to achieve something.

Absolutely. No doubt your families

0:37:130:37:19

and your children think you are the

best thing in the world ever!

0:37:190:37:22

APPLAUSE.

Look at the support! It is so

0:37:220:37:28

lovely. Such a great feeling of

absolute support. There we go. And

0:37:280:37:33

everybody has been helping you with

training? Yes!

What are we dreading

0:37:330:37:38

the most?

Caving.

Running.

Caving.

You really do hate the running?

That

0:37:380:37:50

is it, basically damp and tight

spaces.

There must be elements...

0:37:500:37:55

You must be looking forward to

something? I cannot wait to get

0:37:550:37:59

started and with everyone together

to just go for it, what else can we

0:37:590:38:03

do? We just have to go for it and it

is going to happen.

It is the

0:38:030:38:10

swimming. I am not as strong swimmer

and it is so cold water.

Speaking of

0:38:100:38:17

the cold water, have we time for

this? This is the actual temperature

0:38:170:38:22

of Loch Ness. At the moment, just

come over here, take off your shoes!

0:38:220:38:31

Very quickly. It is 5 degrees, to be

exact. There you have it. You will

0:38:310:38:41

be absolutely fine! That is

absolutely... Well, it is full of

0:38:410:38:49

ice cubes!

We wish you all the very

best.

0:38:490:38:53

APPLAUSE.

We will get to know this team a lot

0:38:530:39:02

better before then.

0:39:020:39:07

But in the meantime,

there's lots more information

0:39:070:39:09

about the Mother Of All Challenges

on our website.

0:39:090:39:11

And we're looking forward to having

Elkie Brooks perform

0:39:110:39:13

for us later in the show.

0:39:130:39:14

That will be good for motivation.

0:39:140:39:17

As we saw earlier, one

of the locations we'll get

0:39:170:39:19

to enjoy on our challenge,

if that's the right word,

0:39:190:39:22

is the Lake District -

the stunning setting

0:39:220:39:24

of our next film.

0:39:240:39:25

Not that we'll have

time for fishing.

0:39:250:39:32

The bends in rivers are vital for

wildlife. A slow the flow of the

0:39:320:39:36

water and allow sediment to build

up, creating habitats for insects

0:39:360:39:41

and fish and the creatures that feed

on them. This valley in the Lake

0:39:410:39:47

District suffered a drop in wildlife

when the Victorians straightened the

0:39:470:39:51

river to make way for more farmland.

At the time the project was heralded

0:39:510:39:56

a great success and what they did

not realise was that by changing the

0:39:560:39:59

course of this once meandering

river, they had destroyed once rich

0:39:590:40:04

wetland habitat full of wildlife.

John Gorse from the local utilities

0:40:040:40:10

company spotted an opportunity to

bring the ecosystem back to life by

0:40:100:40:14

reinstating the bends.

They are not

only good for wildlife but good for

0:40:140:40:20

water quality survey I live the

finer material in the water column

0:40:200:40:25

to drop out into the catchment

rather than going to the water

0:40:250:40:28

intake. This sort of injury. In the

old straightened channel Weather

0:40:280:40:35

Watcher running quickly, all of that

material was highly mobile and would

0:40:350:40:40

be taken into the water intake so

there is extra cost.

By stopping the

0:40:400:40:47

flow, sediment deposits on the

bends, creating vital habitats for

0:40:470:40:52

wildlife. Digging an entirely new

watercourse complete with 15 new

0:40:520:40:58

bends was a monumental task but the

effect on wildlife was almost

0:40:580:41:02

immediate, as Leigh Scofield from

the RSPB explains.

The gravel is

0:41:020:41:08

such a key feature of this

restoration so it is supporting this

0:41:080:41:12

new food chain, the gravel bars have

lots of different niche is so

0:41:120:41:17

different invertebrates can be

supported and that supports the fish

0:41:170:41:20

and the birds and the predators, the

arteries and the kingfishers and the

0:41:200:41:24

exciting thing for us was upstream

we could see several salmon spawning

0:41:240:41:30

in here, only three months after the

machines left. All that has done

0:41:300:41:34

that is putting in the bends and the

water has engineered these smaller

0:41:340:41:39

features into the landscape.

Salmon

spawning is an indicator of a

0:41:390:41:43

healthy river, showing this project

has been a great success. But

0:41:430:41:46

getting there is just the end of a

perilous journey they have made from

0:41:460:41:50

the sea. In autumn, our river

systems are motor ways for salmon

0:41:500:41:55

looking for spawning grounds and

they. At nothing that gets under

0:41:550:41:58

way. Every now and again they will

come across water falls like this

0:41:580:42:03

and it is only with a strong flow of

water that allows them to leap up

0:42:030:42:06

and get over the top of them and I

am hoping that I have come to the

0:42:060:42:10

right place at the right time and

salmon is going to leap in front of

0:42:100:42:15

me. Despite several hours, my luck

is not in. Undeterred, I am back.

0:42:150:42:27

This time I'm headed south to

stretch of water full of obstacles

0:42:270:42:31

and hopefully, salmon. It is

completely hit and miss when it

0:42:310:42:36

comes to filming salmon leaping and

I have this ten metre wide waterfall

0:42:360:42:42

in front of me and I don't know

which bet they are going to try to

0:42:420:42:45

jump up and I do not know when.

0:42:450:42:53

That is a whopper! That salmon is

huge. Absolutely fascinating to

0:42:570:43:08

watch.

0:43:080:43:17

With the U:K.'s salmon population

feared to be at its lowest ever,

0:43:190:43:21

projects like this one at Swindell

back are critical to give this fish

0:43:210:43:26

the best possible chance of

survival.

0:43:260:43:32

In honour of our Top Gear guests

tonight, we've invited some One Show

0:43:320:43:36

viewers and their unusual vehicles

onto the show tonight for a quick

0:43:360:43:39

game of Who Do You Think You Car?

0:43:390:43:40

Three more lovely contenders. Match

the car with the order. Great game,

0:43:400:43:47

Who Do You Think You Car? This

beautiful tractor, 1917, this

0:43:470:43:55

Samsung tractor, absolute beauty.

Feast your eyes on that. Look at

0:43:550:43:59

this 1970 Dodge Charger, half of the

engines sticking out and finally,

0:43:590:44:05

number three, this is a customised

jet powered Volkswagen van known as

0:44:050:44:11

the Oklahoma Willy.

Let us be the

owners. We have got Sam from

0:44:110:44:19

Portsmouth, Perry from Dorset...

0:44:190:44:24

Gordon from Norfolk.

0:44:240:44:27

Good evening. We have the pictures

of the cards, match the pictures to

0:44:270:44:33

the owners.

Matthew, I was rubbish

last time.

You have the roughest

0:44:330:44:40

hands so I would imagine that is

you. The muscle car?

I think you

0:44:400:44:47

have got the jet.

0:44:470:44:53

have got the jet.

Ansan, the Dodge.

Last time you got it completely

0:44:530:44:57

wrong. It cannot get any worse.

Please stand by your cars, that

0:44:570:45:04

would be fantastic.

Hang about!

0:45:040:45:11

would be fantastic.

Hang about! It

is absolutely right! You have nailed

0:45:110:45:13

it! The tractor, you will love this,

this Samsung, six - 12.

Six

0:45:130:45:26

horsepower and 12 horsepower at the

bully. Powered by?

Single cylinder.

0:45:260:45:33

Wow! What year?

1917.

That is

gorgeous.

You have got quite a few

0:45:330:45:43

of them? We have a passion for

vintage tractors, the older, steel

0:45:430:45:47

wheels once. You don't suffer from

punters!

Takes more loading and

0:45:470:45:55

unloading. It will be a slow ride

home!

0:45:550:46:04

Sam, you are the owner of the Dodge.

That's it, all muscle.

The Stig is

0:46:040:46:12

in there, is it all right?

It has

made my day.

How did you get your

0:46:120:46:18

hands on this car?

Growing up it

always appealed to me to have this

0:46:180:46:24

car. It looks the part, it has all

the power, but it is all a facade.

0:46:240:46:29

15 years later I finally got it. Me

and my dad went to America four

0:46:290:46:35

years ago and built our business

buying and selling American cars and

0:46:350:46:38

it has taken this long to put it all

together.

How much is it?

If you

0:46:380:46:47

can't afford it, don't buy it. Is it

him or it? It is it.

And you are the

0:46:470:46:56

owner of this phenomenal machine. It

did not come as a rocket.

I imported

0:46:560:47:03

the car from Oklahoma, it was 1958,

spent its entire life on a farm and

0:47:030:47:08

it was wrecked when I got it. I

spent three years restoring it. And

0:47:080:47:15

then we bought the jet engine to put

on the back. It is 5000 horsepower

0:47:150:47:19

is fighter jets engine.

Have a look

at this in action. Talk us through

0:47:190:47:26

the speed.

This is me going on the

drag strip pulling away and burning

0:47:260:47:33

31 gallons of fuel in ten seconds

covering a quarter of a mile at 150

0:47:330:47:38

miles an hour when I crossed the

line at the top. It is good fun, the

0:47:380:47:45

world's most inefficient hybrid

vehicle.

Thank you one and all for

0:47:450:47:51

bringing in your cars. We simply

asked to this is what we got.

0:47:510:47:56

Oklahoma Willie is lovely.

Good fun.

0:47:560:47:59

Good fun.

0:47:590:48:01

Earlier we introduced

you to train conductor Jeff

0:48:010:48:03

who was about to undergo

a revolutionary new treatment

0:48:030:48:05

for heart failure.

0:48:050:48:06

It's success hinges on a tiny

wireless device and the steady hands

0:48:060:48:09

of one of the country's

top heart surgeons.

0:48:090:48:11

So let's see how things go.

0:48:110:48:19

Last year, 53-year-old Jeff Wales

was diagnosed with heart failure.

I

0:48:200:48:24

was horrified when we found that the

diagnosis. Then you start to think

0:48:240:48:28

what is going to happen to the

future?

He has been fitted with a

0:48:280:48:34

pacemaker but his health is

deteriorating and there was little

0:48:340:48:37

else doctors could do until now.

Today we are at Saint Thomas's

0:48:370:48:42

Hospital in London and the professor

is preparing to insert a

0:48:420:48:46

revolutionary wireless device into

Jeff's heart to help beat normally.

0:48:460:48:51

The device is a wireless stimulate

and is the size of a grain of rice

0:48:510:48:56

and uses ultrasound to work with

Jeff's pacemaker, making both sides

0:48:560:49:01

of his heart beat together. After a

year of life limiting illness, this

0:49:010:49:06

could mean a normal future.

I have

got the promise of a better life. If

0:49:060:49:11

it all goes well, I hope it happens.

I will be a wreck whilst it is going

0:49:110:49:19

on. I want the Jeff of 18 months

ago, that is all.

It is not only

0:49:190:49:25

Geoff and Lynne who might be feeling

nervous this morning. It is the

0:49:250:49:29

first time they have used this new

generation device. Jeff will be

0:49:290:49:34

awake for the procedure but heavily

sedated as the device will be

0:49:340:49:37

inserted through an artery. A guide

catheter goes on first to find the

0:49:370:49:46

direct location of the heart.

It

goes inside the left ventricle and

0:49:460:49:51

we are putting the device from there

and deploy it into the heart. Just

0:49:510:50:01

make sure that is straight down

there, guys. You can see it coming

0:50:010:50:07

up there.

The next stage is crucial.

The professor has to find a healthy

0:50:070:50:12

section of tissue.

We are testing

the device to see whether or not it

0:50:120:50:18

captures the heart electrically.

Hold on one second. Check that.

0:50:180:50:27

Hold on one second. Check that. Are

you sure your connections are OK?

It

0:50:280:50:33

is not good news. The first attempt

has failed.

We have to reposition

0:50:330:50:37

that.

OK, more testing, please.

Jeff's heart is even more damaged

0:50:370:50:46

than expected. The professor has

discovered extensive scarring, so

0:50:460:50:50

they cannot find a site where it

will work.

It is even worse in this

0:50:500:50:55

position. Let's try going up very

high on the wall. Otherwise we are

0:50:550:51:04

running out of targets really.

They

have now tried a dozen positions and

0:51:040:51:09

nothing is working. Jeff's last hope

for a better quality of life is

0:51:090:51:13

slipping away.

We have tried the

whole of the lateral wall.

But

0:51:130:51:22

Professor Rinaldi is not giving up

and tries one more time.

Try that.

0:51:220:51:30

Finally success. They have found a

healthy piece of heart.

I think we

0:51:300:51:35

should deploy it here. OK? You can

see now we have pushed the device

0:51:350:51:41

forward and the tip has gone into

the heart.

The device is now

0:51:410:51:47

anchored into the beating heart

muscle.

0:51:470:51:53

muscle. OK, we are done. Jeff's

heart is at last being paced by the

0:51:530:51:58

new device.

That was a very

difficult case. We had to move may

0:51:580:52:03

be ten times within the heart. Now

it looks like a good position to us.

0:52:030:52:10

It has all gone well. Less than an

hour after his future was hanging in

0:52:100:52:17

the balance, Jeff is back on the

ward and feeling better.

I didn't

0:52:170:52:21

realise how bad it was before. I

have not felt like that for years.

I

0:52:210:52:30

am pleased. It is an astonishing

change and Jeff should continue to

0:52:300:52:35

improve, but he has already got a

result he hardly dared hope for.

It

0:52:350:52:42

feels good. It feels good.

We have

had some lovely news since we filmed

0:52:420:52:49

that and Jeff has had his treatment

in October and he is now back at

0:52:490:52:53

work and feeling better than ever.

Long may that continue. Jeff, I am

0:52:530:52:58

sure that is weird watching your

surgery on television. Chris, you

0:52:580:53:03

found that weird.

I do not like

people messing about in that area of

0:53:030:53:09

my body.

That is understandable. And

a new series of Episodes is starting

0:53:090:53:15

in March. What can we expect?

My

guide, me, gets in the most trouble

0:53:150:53:22

he has ever been in, so some pretty

outrageous things. I don't want to

0:53:220:53:27

spoil too much, but it is bigger,

broader, crazier and stranger than

0:53:270:53:32

ever.

We have got a little clip.

This is you in full name-dropping

0:53:320:53:36

mode.

I just got tickets for

Madonna, do you want to come?

0:53:360:53:44

Really? In her seat, said they will

be good. Madonna's suits?

She called

0:53:440:53:51

me.

You know Madonna? Why can't I

know Madonna? Since she was a

0:53:510:53:56

virgin. At the Andy Warhol factory?

Why can't I know Andy Warhol? You

0:53:560:54:05

guys are the least interesting

people I know.

We have got to know

0:54:050:54:12

which other a little bit over the

years, but, Chris, is that the true

0:54:120:54:15

likeness of him in general?

It is

surprisingly accurate in many ways,

0:54:150:54:21

but it is inaccurate in others

because he is actually nice. In

0:54:210:54:27

Episodes he is not that pleasant.

I

think the man is nice.

What part are

0:54:270:54:32

you talking about? There is an

meanness to him. He seems quite

0:54:320:54:36

self-centred.

Be nice.

Thank you.

You did mention he invited you to

0:54:360:54:46

his ranch. Did you get stacking?

You

have no option, it is a fantastic

0:54:460:54:52

way of living. It is all about dirt

bikes and it is amazing and cool.

He

0:54:520:54:57

is one of us, he likes getting his

hands dirty.

How are things animal

0:54:570:55:01

wise?

Good, everything is good on

the ranch. It is cattle season and

0:55:010:55:08

babies are being born.

When will you

be going back?

Probably the weekend

0:55:080:55:13

after next.

We have to say thank you

to everybody who have been sending

0:55:130:55:20

in pictures of their cars that are

really dirty. Just pick one. That is

0:55:200:55:26

a good one.

This is my's friend Ria

and she has a very messy car and she

0:55:260:55:34

loves smoothies.

This is horrible.

JP wants to embarrass his friend by

0:55:340:55:42

showing us the state of his car. His

friend is anonymous, but he is from

0:55:420:55:47

Kilmarnock. That is terrible.

Matt

works in a body shop in Blackpool

0:55:470:55:56

and this is his course. That is

incredible. That is almost it for

0:55:560:56:02

tonight. A very big thank you to our

guests.

0:56:020:56:06

The new series of Top Gear starts

on Sunday night at 8 on BBC2.

0:56:060:56:09

Angellica's here tomorrow and we'll

be joined by Christopher Eccleston.

0:56:090:56:12

But now it's over to Alex who's back

outside braving the cold.

0:56:120:56:20

We are acclimatising out here. It is

tropical. I want to say thank you

0:56:200:56:25

before we start. It will be great.

We will be all right, we will

0:56:250:56:29

support each other.

0:56:290:56:32

Well, playing us out tonight

with a song that can't fail to put

0:56:320:56:35

a spring in your step

it's Elkie Brooks and

0:56:350:56:37

Running To The Future.

0:56:370:56:44

# I'm the things that

I've been put through

0:56:440:56:49

# And everything I've done

0:56:490:56:56

# The battles that

I've lost and won.

0:56:560:57:04

# Though there's no changing

what is in the past

0:57:060:57:12

# The rest is mine to live at last

0:57:120:57:19

# So I'll take this chance on you.

0:57:190:57:25

# So I'm running to the future

0:57:250:57:28

# And if this dream survives

0:57:280:57:31

# I'm running along beside you

0:57:310:57:34

# Through the best

years of our lives

0:57:340:57:37

# And it's calling me

0:57:370:57:40

# Yes, it's calling me to you.

0:57:400:57:48

# So I'm running to the future

0:57:500:57:53

# I hope we will be strong

0:57:530:57:56

# I'm running along beside you

0:57:560:57:59

# 'Cause I know that's where

I belong.

0:57:590:58:07

# I was tired and I was hurting

0:58:130:58:19

# But you helped me to my feet

0:58:190:58:26

# And made my broken heart complete

0:58:260:58:34

# I know there will be

hills for us to climb

0:58:340:58:40

# So come and put your hand in mine

0:58:400:58:48

# And let me walk this line with you

0:58:480:58:55

# So I'm running to the future

0:58:550:58:57

# And if this dream survives

0:58:570:58:59

# I'm running along beside you

0:58:590:59:03

# Through the best

years of our lives

0:59:030:59:06

# And it's calling me

0:59:060:59:09

# Yes, it's calling me

0:59:090:59:17

# And it's calling me...

0:59:210:59:24

# Yes it's calling me to you.

0:59:240:59:31

APPLAUSE

0:59:310:59:31

On tonight's show with Matt and Alex... we're living life in the fast lane with the stars of Top Gear - Matt LeBlanc and Chris Harris. Elkie Brooks peforms live and we'll meet the mums who'll be lining up alongside Alex for Sport Relief's Mother of all Challenges.


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