Episode 5 Tonight's the Night


Episode 5

Entertainment. Melanie C performs with a deserving Liverpool lass and Les Miserables star Alfie Boe duets with a dad who's overcome a personal tragedy.


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He hit it is Saturday night. But this is Tonight's The Night. Please

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welcome your host, John Barrowman! # I gotta feeling that tonight's

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gonna be a good night. # That tonight's gonna be a good

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night. # That tonight's gonna be a good,

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good night. # A feeling that tonight's gonna be

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a good night. # That tonight's gonna be a good

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night. # That tonight's gonna be a good,

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Good evening! Welcome to Tonight's The Night, the show that turns

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dreams into reality. In fact, this show reminds me of the one where a

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guy finds an ancient Lamp and rubs it, and then he is rich, right? Oh,

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that is the Antiques Roadshow, sorry. No, I'm in Aladdin. Think of

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me as the genie. I appear out of nowhere, make dreams come true,

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although I do not walk around in a turban, toppers with curly gold

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slippers. At least not on week nights. I thought it was funny. So,

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here is what is on the way. Surprising schemes and amazing

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dreams. I Andy Murray serves up an ace of a

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time for a deserving teenager. The Overtones make a dream come

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true for their number one fan. The one and only Melanie C gives

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someone a duet to remember. Plus: of I'm Debra Stephenson, and

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I'm on the Isle of Wight to help make a special teacher's dream come

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true. On with the dreams. I am a very

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quiet, retiring... Kind of person. I am also a wallflower. Oh, please!

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Those qualities made me perfect for this first surprise, a library.

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Would you like to see my impersonation of a librarian? Shh!

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Check this out. I am in Liverpool to meet Lisa

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Dalton, A special singing teacher. This is Lisa's local library, but

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today's visit will be like no other, because I am about to make a dream

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come true. When 29-year-old Lisa was as younger, she loved singing.

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Now she uses that passion to inspire others as a performing arts

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teacher. But her mum thinks Lisa still harbours a dream of

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performing in front of millions. She has always wanted to sing,

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especially on TV or with a band. That must be her dream. A Lisa's

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sister Sharon thinks that dream deserves to come true, because Lisa

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is a tower of strength to those closest to her. Her Lisa is so

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supportive. She is a fabulous sister. It was Lisa that Sharon

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turned to when she tragically lost her baby daughter three years ago.

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Lisa did a lot of nice things for me. She was always at the end of

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the telephone. She sang at my daughter's funeral. I don't know

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how she did it, but she was and still is amazing. That is why I

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wanted to thank her. So to thank this loyal Liver Bird for being an

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outstanding friend and sister, Sharon would like to arrange for

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Lisa's singing dream to come true. This has been her dream for so long,

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to sing on television and to be made a star for the day would be

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brilliant. She would be so happy. To help a spring a surprise on Lisa,

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we have commanded her local library. I am pretending to make a CBBC

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documentary. My sound man is going to have a problem, and Lisa will be

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left holding the boom. Sister Sharon and unsuspectingly so arrive

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at the library. Would you mind? before they begin browsing, we

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persuade them to take part in our programme.

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I am John Barrowman, and I am here for the library revolution for CBBC.

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Sharon is in on the act, but can I wrote this into topping out when

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our fake Sound man gets struck by fake food poisoning? John,

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something is not right. I have to go. Lisa looks concerned about our

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sound man, but will she help? Hi, I am John. Could you do me a

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favour? I am sorry to ask, but could you help? Keep this a hand's

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wit above my head. Bring it down a bit. Hold it there. I will be as

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quick as I can. I am going to talk about how

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important books are in my life, but will Lisa realise my memories are

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actually from her life? First, Lisa's favourite author as a child.

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My favourite author was Roald Dahl, and I had a brilliant time reading

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his books. Hint of recognition? How about her limited use of a Spanish

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Dictionary? I was in bad enough on one of my

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first trip to Spain. I only learnt have to ask where the Biro was.

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That worked. Will she now recognise her own showbiz biography?

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I won the north-west Variety Club North entertain of the year in 1997.

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It was amazing. Lisa looks like she has played! But

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does she know this story will end with the surprise of her life?

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It is not just about libraries, it is about you, Lisa. I am from

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Tonight's The Night, and I am here to make your dream come true.

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thought it was weird! Oh, my goodness. Yes. I am going to stand

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over here. I know you have been a pillar of strength to your family,

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and in particular to Sharon. I know you love to sing. Yes, you do. I

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would like to take you to the Tonight's The Night studio, and I

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would like you to sing to an audience. But not just any audience.

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Not just the studio. I want you to sing to the nation on Saturday

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night prime-time BBC One, Tonight's The Night. Yes, please!

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I don't know what to say. I really am in shock. I am never usually

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speechless! Would you screen really To sing with a live band and meet

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John Barrowman and being a BBC studio, it is everything I have

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dreamed of. A couple of weeks later, Lisa is getting ready for her

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performance. But she will not sing alone. Lisa is a big fan of the

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Spice Girls, so average for her to sing a duet with fellow Liverpool

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last Melanie C. Oh, my goodness. I can't believe it. It has been

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surprise after surprise. I can't wait. She has given me some wise

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words. I will do my best to impress Mel and my family and friends.

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sounds fantastic. If she can keep that confidence tonight, she will

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blow everyone away. I know this means the world to you. Lisa was a

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fan of the Spice Girls when she was younger. So she is getting a two

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for one deal. Childhood dream, plus the dream of performing in front of

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the nation. How will she be feeling? She will be so excited. It

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is her dream come true, and it is a dream come true for me to see her.

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And mum? We are going to need a lot of tissues here tonight. She does

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not strike me as being someone who lets things stand in her away. She

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seems like a go-getter. Yes, but she is still nervous. It will give

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her the confidence she needs. tonight she is going to shine. Here

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with Melanie C, Lisa Dalton. Tonight's The Night.

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# I've been wandering around the house all night. Wondering what the

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hell to do. # Yeah, I'm trying to concentrate.

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# But all I can think of is you. # Well, the phone don't ring cos my

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friends ain't home. # I'm tired of being all alone.

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# Got the TV on. # Cos the radio's playing songs

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that remind me of you. Ladies and do come in, it gives me

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great pleasure to introduce least # Baby, when you're gone.

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# I realise I'm in love. # Days go on and on.

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# And the nights just seem so long. # Even food don't taste that good.

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# Drink ain't doing what it should. # Things just feel so wrong.

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# Baby, when you're gone. # I've been driving up and down

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these streets. # Trying to find somewhere to go.

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# Yeah, I'm looking for a familiar face.

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# But there's no one I know. # Oh, this is torture, this is pain.

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# It feels like I'm gonna go insane. # I hope you're coming back real

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soon. # Cos I don't know what to do.

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# Baby, when you're gone (When you're gone).

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# I realise I'm in love. # Days go on and on (On and on).

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# And the nights just seem so long. # Even food don't taste that good.

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# Drink ain't doing what it should. # Things just feel so wrong.

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Lisa, Sharon nominated you because you have been a pillar of strength

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and so supportive. Is there anything you would like to say to

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her? Her I would like to say, you are such an inspiration to me. You

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are the best sister. Thank you so much for being a great big sister.

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Many, you have had a lot of your dreams come true, so you know how

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she is feeling? She is amazing. All day, she has been singing

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fantastically. No matter how much experience you have, it is so

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nerve-racking to perform in front of this audience. She was

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incredible. Thank you! Many will be back later with her new single. But

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for now, ladies and gentlemen, Lisa Dalton!

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Well, we have a show fit to burst. Here is what is still on the way.

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Andy Murray surprises a tennis mad teenager.

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A dream from Cleveland sings with the Overtones.

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And Les Miserables start at Alfie Boe is here to make a West End

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dream come true. This next surprise takes place in a

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bingo hall, so eyes down for a full house and let's test you guys out.

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If I were to say... Kicker ticket, what would that be? 66! That's

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right. And if I said, two little Watch the teeth! And if I said two

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Fat Ladies? No, it would be politically incorrect! Talking of

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ladies, here comes the debut appearance of a rather attractive

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older woman. In a-type first, I finally got to put my stockings on.

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Talk about legs Eleven. I am in Stockton on Tees to

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surprise a very special lady, Lisa Campbell. She and her Mama on their

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way for a night of bingo. But she does not know that I have got her

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number and I am about to give her as the surprise of her life. Lisa

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has been singing and dancing since she was little, and mum and dad are

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her biggest fans. She has always performed since she was at school.

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If there was a concert on, she would want to be in it. But five

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years ago, Lisa's life was turned upside down when she suffered

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complications during minor surgery. Lisa's medical problems started

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after a simple operation, and ended with blood clots on her lung. Then

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she had a further operation. She has to be careful, because she

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bleeds easily. But Lisa being Lisa, she has got on with life. Lisa's

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condition means she is on Mechan Dick -- medication for life and

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closely monitored by the hospital. It also means she has been forced

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to hang up her dancing stews, but she has remained positive and is an

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inspiration to her best friend, Rich Hall. It Lisa has been such a

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good friend to me. I think her medical problems have got her down

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sometimes, but she is a fighter and keeps coming back. This fighter

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deserves to have a dream come true. Lisa will be singing live in the

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tonight's the Night studio in front of millions, but she will not be

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alone. I have arranged for her to sing with her favourite band, the

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Overtones. She has always said, I would love to sing with the

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Overtones. She said they are her favourite band. She has suffered so

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much in such a short time that she deserves some good luck. She might

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be lucky at the bingo, but in life she is not the key. We have read

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the bingo hall with hidden cameras. Bad and Rachel are watching

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Upstairs, but there are a lot of Tonight's The Night fans in the

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hall. So disguising myself will not be enough. But I yourself a bit

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Bridge etd Jones eat your heart out. Does my bum look big in this.

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Pleased to make your acquaintence. I might look like a lady on the

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outside, but I'm all man inside. For get Mrs Doubtfire, more like

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Mrs Doubtful. Lisa's in her regular seat for what she think sz a

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regular Monday at the bingo. Let's see if Betty can put her off her

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game. Six and seven, 67. The year I was born. Oh, 11. Betty's lucky

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number. Eyes down for Full House. Lisa don't be put off by the mad

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woman behind you. Oh, no, now I've got the giggles. 41, as old as I am.

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62. That's more like it. 8 and -- Eight and one, 81. He's calling

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them very quick. �50 I could use a good 50. Now it's time for national

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bingo hall live link up. I'm about to announce a new game, Barrowman's

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big bingo bonanza. There will be a lucky winner. Welcome to Monday

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night at the bingo with me John Barrowman. He's very handsome isn't

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he? If I were to say to you, cup of tea, you say number? Three. Yeah

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you got. It brilliant. Here's a more difficult one. What do you

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call a Beatle who likes playing bingo? Bingo star. I don't write

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them. Tonight we're going it find one lucky player from the hundreds

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of bingo hall that's I'm talking to live right now. You could be that

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lucky person. Are you excited to find out? Yes! Good, so am I. This

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lucky person has an envelope taped to the bottom of their seat. So all

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of you look under your seats - now! Have a good dig. Come on. Do we

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have someone? Where are you? Awesome. Congratulations. Look out

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Lisa, Betty's on your tail and about to claim the big prize.

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What's your name? Lisa. Are you excited? I'm sorry dear, there's

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confusion. I was supposed to have that saet. I can have that ticket

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and I have another surprise for you because I'm actually John Barrowman

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from BBC One's Tonight's The Night. And Lisa, I'm here to make your

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dream come true. Bingo! APPLAUSE

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Lease ya, I know that you -- Lisa, I know that you have been through

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an awful lot in your life thus far. A few highs and a few lows, maybe a

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lot of lows. But you've always bounced back. How would you like to

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come to the Tonight's The Night studio and sing, for the nation,

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prime time Saturday night? Yes, please. Yes? Good. But that's not

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all. You'll be singing with The Overtones!

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APPLAUSE I've watched the last couple of

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series and always thought "I wish that was me." I'm a huge fan of

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John, seen him in concert. I think he's amazing. I love the work that

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he does. I think it's brilliant that he can help people like me.

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It's the day of her big performance. Lisa is in full swing. She's about

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to get some company. When The Overtones walked in, I was so

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shocked. I didn't expect them. I think it showed on my face. How are

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you? All right. Lisa might be star struck, but she wastes into time

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getting in practice with the boys. The most challenging part of the

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song is when I have to hit the high notes. I'm scared I won't do it on

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the night. Lisa has a beautiful voice. We told her to relax and

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have a good time. To perform with the overtones will be amazing.

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They're my favourite group. It's a dream come true.

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Lisa has always put everyone first, hasn't she? She has. She's had to

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cope with so much over the years, where do you think she's got that

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strength from? She's got an iner is strength. Because she's had such a

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rough time with her health, but she always thinks of what's to come,

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the future. That's what this is all about, it's her future. Rachel, you

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said you're nervous, you're excited. How do you think she's feeling

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right now? I think she's probably going to be nervous as well. But

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she'll be more excited and happy that tonight's finally here. Mum,

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why do you think she likes The Overtones? She likes, she loves

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their type of music. She always says she'd love to sing with The

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Overtones and this would be her dream come true. Are you sure it's

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just the music. They're all pretty handsome, if you ask me. No, it's

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not just the music! I got the truth out of you finally. Performing Come

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Back My Love with her favourites, The Overtones, Lisa Campbell,

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Tonight's The Night! # Come back my love, don't go away

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# Come back my love, come back to stay.

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# I love you so, # Well I want you to know

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# I need your love so badly. # Du-da-wop, du-da-wang.

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# Du-da-wop, du-da-wang # Du-da-wop.

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# Oh, won't you come back my love, # Don't go away

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# I need your loving every day. # I love you so

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# Well I want you to know. # I need your love so badly.

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Ladies and gentleman, she's got her dancing shoes on. Please give it up

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for Lisa! # You said goodbye, I wonder why,

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# All because of those silly lies # I love you so,

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# And I want you to know # I need your love so badly.

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# Everybody makes big mistakes # In this game of romance.

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# I'm asking you darling # Why don't you come back and give

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me a chance? # Come back my love, yeah don't go

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away. # I need your loving every day

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# I love you so, # Well I want you to know

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# I need your love so badly. # Everybody makes big mistakes

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# In this game of romance. # Now I'm asking you darling

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# Why don't you come back and give me a chance?

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# Come back my love, yeah don't go away.

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# I need your loving everyday # I love you so,

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# Well I want you to know # I need your love so badly.

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# I need your love so badly # Guys, I have to ask, what did you

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make of that? I absolutely just have to say how well she has done

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from start today, to rehearsals, she was so, you know, grateful as

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well to meet a fan and come on a show and sing a song from the album

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has been amazing. Well done. It's Lisa and The Overtones now, isn't

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it? You said if you could have a moment like this, it would mean

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everything to you. Does it? means absolutely everything. I'm

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never going to experience this ever again. It's been amazing. Ladies

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and gentleman, big round of applause for the overtones and Lisa

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Campbell! APPLAUSE

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This show is all about fantastic surprises and amazing dreams.

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There's plenty more on the way. We bring the West End to our stage

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as Les Miserables star Alfie Bow gives that star a new leading man

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and we welcome back Melanie C. As you know for some of these

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surprises I have to go undercover. For this one I had to become a

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tennis coach, which meant finding my inner sportsman.

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Yes, so, ball one 15-0, ball two 30-0. Ball four, 40-0. Whoa, watch

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the face! What is it with the balls tonight!

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LAUGHTER I'm at a tennis centre in Edinburgh

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to serve up another dream for a brave young man called Phillip.

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13-year-old Phillip has always been tennis mad. Mum Jennie knows only

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too well. Ever since Phillip was a baby, he's been obsessed with

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tennis. Phillip sometimes go to -- goes to bed with his rack wet,

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seriously he does. Five years ago he was diagnosed with lieu keemya.

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His consultant remembers the sport that helped him cope with the

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treatment. It was tennis which kept him going through what is really a

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very difficult time. After recovering from leukaemia, Phillip

:27:04.:27:08.

decided to get involved with charity work with his coach.

:27:08.:27:12.

Phillip's done a great job fundraising. He's been fundraising

:27:12.:27:18.

to help other kids with leukaemia and other forms of cancer. To say

:27:18.:27:22.

thanks, his mum's asked me to arrange a special surprise, a face

:27:22.:27:26.

to face with his hero Andy Murray. When Phillip finds out the surprise

:27:26.:27:32.

in store for him, I think he will be, he will go through the roof.

:27:32.:27:37.

Meanwhile, my team of rigged up secret cameras at Phillip's local

:27:37.:27:41.

court. I'm rigged with a new nose to become a tennis star. Watch out

:27:41.:27:47.

for the balls! Fill p and his friends think they're coming to

:27:47.:27:51.

have a master class with that unknown Scottish tennis legend

:27:51.:27:59.

called John macaroni. That's me. I know nothing about tennis. Except I

:27:59.:28:06.

know how to make quite a racquet. So as the boys join me on court,

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it's safe to say this lesson starts bad and gets worse.

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Right in the Boris Beckers. John Macaroni has valuable tips. Lesson

:28:23.:28:27.

one the air guitar warm up. I want you to get a wee bit of air guitar

:28:27.:28:35.

going. Come on, there you go. You've got boring air guitars like

:28:35.:28:43.

that. Come on, get a bit like that. OK... Lesson two, how to become one

:28:43.:28:51.

with the ball. I'm going to stand, dead centre and blind fold. I want

:28:51.:28:56.

you to hit the ball to me, all right? Psychology will make sure I

:28:56.:29:06.

will connect with the ball. Here we go. Number three. Did I get it? Try

:29:06.:29:16.
:29:16.:29:19.

again. Number two. Yes! Lesson three, using the coach for target

:29:19.:29:24.

practice. You request not be serious! That was out. It was so

:29:24.:29:33.

far all of them have been out. Come on, out. I'm winning. I'm winning.

:29:33.:29:40.

Come on try and hit me. Hit me. Oh, that was a beauty. Come on, here

:29:40.:29:46.

look. See this big smile, knock my teeth out. All right that's enough

:29:47.:29:51.

clowning around, it's time to say goodbye to Macaroni and hello to

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John Barrowman. I'm actually not really here to teach you how to

:29:55.:30:01.

volley, because my name is John Barrowman and I'm from BBC One's

:30:01.:30:04.

Tonight's The Night and I am here Phillip to make your dream come

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:30:14.:30:15.

true. The person who is responsible for this is... Your mum Jennie.

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There she is. Give a big old hug. Guess what,

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we've got a very special treat for you. We're sending you to go meet

:30:26.:30:31.

up with Andy Murray. Can I say it's a yes for you to play tennis with

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Andy Murray? Yes. Awesome, high five. You're playing with Andy

:30:36.:30:43.

Murray, I was like "Oh, my God." An amazing surprise. 24 hours later,

:30:43.:30:46.

and Phillip's in Paisley. It's a community tennis day and the crowds

:30:46.:30:50.

are out for Andy Murray. But only Phillip is getting the privilege of

:30:50.:30:55.

having a hit with his hero. really excited. I'm quite shivers

:30:55.:31:00.

with the nerves. I'm not cool at all. I'm just really excited to see

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Andy and he's just over there, so I've never done anything like this.

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It will be a great opportunity for me. Hi. How are you doing? Are you

:31:09.:31:16.

all right? Good thanks. Big tennis fan? Yeah, huge. Where about do you

:31:16.:31:23.

play? Craig Lockert. I played there when I was growing up. Do you have

:31:23.:31:27.

advice? The most important thing is to enjoy it. Not to get too

:31:27.:31:31.

stressed out by it. To work hard and listen to your coaches. With so

:31:31.:31:35.

many fans about it's a struggle for Phillip and Andy to get on court.

:31:35.:31:41.

It's time to improvise and time for me to hand over to your commentator

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John Macaroni. Thanks there John. It's the Clash

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Of The Titans, on one side a Scots lad and the other the other Phillip.

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Here comes the ball and again and again. Andy's never played on dirt

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before. And it's game, set, good work Phillip. I just had a hit with

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Andy Murray. I was -- it was brilliant. Just a real le decent

:32:07.:32:12.

guy. It's great. He's obviously a very brave boy and a very good

:32:12.:32:15.

tennis player. He's a lot braver than I ever was, that's for sure.

:32:15.:32:18.

Can't wait to get back on the tennis court because today's been a

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real inspiration to me. And I've really enjoyed it. Thank you very

:32:21.:32:31.
:32:31.:32:35.

Philip, come on. He said you were a better player than he was at that

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age. I love that you are speechless. Probably a first. Richard, you are

:32:44.:32:51.

bad. Why did you give up tennis a while back? Well, I thought I

:32:51.:32:55.

cannot hit them any more, so time for a new sport. More um, you must

:32:55.:33:01.

be proud of him. I am extremely proud. He has gone through an awful

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lot for a boy of his age. We love that you had a great day and got to

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meet your heroes. Ladies and gentlemen, give it up for Philip!

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Now, this is where we put one of you guys in the frame. I am looking

:33:21.:33:26.

for someone who is a theatre director. Someone who is putting on

:33:26.:33:29.

a touring direction of the Jersey Boys, someone looking for a new

:33:29.:33:33.

leading man. Not for the show, I am just generally looking for that

:33:33.:33:38.

person because I might want to do a gig! Back to business. I am

:33:38.:33:43.

actually looking for someone who is retired, someone who has been a

:33:43.:33:48.

charity fundraiser for years, someone who lives in Yorkshire. In

:33:48.:33:55.

fact, Wakefield, and that is you, Susan. But actually, Susan, I am

:33:55.:33:59.

not looking for you, I am looking for your husband, Terry. How are

:34:00.:34:09.
:34:10.:34:09.

you? Find! A view are speechless like Philip! Well, I hear you have

:34:10.:34:17.

hung up your fund raising broods. Officially. You are wondering what

:34:17.:34:22.

we are talking about, so you guys, come with me. And the rest of you,

:34:22.:34:29.

look at this. We have been married 28 years. I

:34:29.:34:34.

would describe Terry as a very outgoing, very easy to talk to.

:34:34.:34:41.

Always happy. Terry is a joy to work with. When I walk into the

:34:41.:34:44.

office in the morning, Terry will immediately stop whatever he is

:34:44.:34:48.

doing and he will have a smile on his face. It gives a lift to the

:34:48.:34:55.

day. Terry puts the fun in fund- raising. In the last five years, he

:34:55.:35:00.

has raised approximately �1 million. That is testament to the fund-

:35:00.:35:05.

raising team. I have no idea how he does it. He seems to have endless

:35:05.:35:10.

amount of energy. He always encouraged us to take part in

:35:10.:35:14.

events at the hospice as nursing staff. He would not ask you to do

:35:14.:35:18.

anything he would not do himself. He is a great ambassador for the

:35:18.:35:21.

hospice movement. You only had to mention a coffee morning or an

:35:21.:35:27.

event in a pub, and he would be there. It just comes naturally.

:35:27.:35:32.

fund old lady in the town would give a pound, he would treat that

:35:32.:35:38.

person the same as if they gave �500. Everyone knows he does a good

:35:38.:35:42.

job, but something out of the blue will make him realise how much

:35:42.:35:46.

people think of him. Terry should enjoy tonight and be proud of his

:35:46.:35:50.

achievements. Dad, you have done brilliant work for the hospice.

:35:50.:35:54.

They will miss you. You have been a great dad. Enjoy tonight and enjoy

:35:54.:36:00.

your retirement. Pure good egg. have a nice night, Terry. You

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deserve it for the hard work and fund-raising you have done for the

:36:03.:36:09.

patients. Terry, I love you. deserve to a special night, because

:36:09.:36:19.
:36:19.:36:21.

the people you touch, you make Don't start. You are going to make

:36:21.:36:27.

me go. Wonderful to hear. How do you feel when you hear stuff like

:36:27.:36:31.

that said about you? Amazing. They are all friends anyway, but I have

:36:31.:36:36.

worked with them for a long time. They are lovely to work with. For

:36:36.:36:45.

them to say that tonight is just... Of amazing. Susan, the hospice is

:36:45.:36:50.

Now 20 years old. How did Terry mark that event? It was last year

:36:50.:36:55.

and they wanted to do something special, so he had the idea of

:36:55.:37:00.

launching a rose. So they went to see a rose grower, him and another

:37:00.:37:08.

fund raiser. And they got the rose grown. It is called the Wakefield

:37:08.:37:12.

Hospice sun rise Rose, a beautiful rose. It is in the gardens of the

:37:12.:37:18.

hospice and also in Wakefield Park. Terry and Susan, many others think

:37:18.:37:23.

you deserve recognition for all you have done. We know how important

:37:23.:37:26.

the rose is to you and the hospice. So I would like to sing this song

:37:26.:37:36.
:37:36.:37:42.

and dedicate it especially to you. # Some say love, it is a river.

:37:42.:37:52.
:37:52.:37:57.

# That drowns the tender reed. # Some say love, it is a razor.

:37:57.:38:07.
:38:07.:38:12.

# That leaves your soul to bleed. # Some say love, it is a hunger.

:38:12.:38:22.
:38:22.:38:27.

# An endless aching need. # I say love, it is a flower.

:38:27.:38:37.
:38:37.:38:44.

Terry, you have helped so many people. Some of them are here

:38:44.:38:49.

tonight. The ones that love you, your family, your friends and your

:38:49.:38:59.
:38:59.:39:01.

fund-raising colleagues, come On Over! When the night has been too

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lonely. # And the road has been too long.

:39:08.:39:18.
:39:18.:39:22.

# And you think that love is only. # For the lucky and the strong.

:39:22.:39:32.
:39:32.:39:37.

# Just remember in the winter. # Far beneath the bitter snows.

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# Lies the seed that with the sun's love.

:39:45.:39:55.
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Just for you. Terry, have you got anything you want to say to these

:40:14.:40:24.

people? No. I was out with her last night! They are sneaky, aren't

:40:24.:40:29.

they? I have to ask you one final question. Are you going to retire

:40:29.:40:36.

now, finally? Probably not. That is what I like to hear! Ladies and

:40:37.:40:46.
:40:47.:40:49.

As you know, I make dreams come true all over the UK, but I can't

:40:49.:40:55.

be everywhere at once. So for this next surprise, my friend, Debra

:40:55.:40:58.

Stephenson from the impressions show became a school inspector on

:40:58.:41:02.

the Isle of Wight. Unfortunately for everyone, someone in the class

:41:02.:41:11.

was very disruptive. I am Debra Stephenson, and I have been sent on

:41:11.:41:16.

to the high seas - well, the Solent - on a special mission. I am on a

:41:16.:41:22.

ferry on my way to the Isle of Wight, home of award-winning

:41:22.:41:26.

beaches and singing maths teacher Paul Stephens. Paul is an aware

:41:26.:41:31.

that I am coming to give him the surprise of his life. So hoist the

:41:31.:41:37.

mainsail, Batten down the hatches, full steam ahead, captain. Do

:41:37.:41:41.

excuse me. Paul's classroom has been rigged with hidden cameras,

:41:41.:41:46.

and he will now be the one under examination. According to his wife,

:41:46.:41:49.

he has always dreamed of swapping writing on the board for treading

:41:49.:41:56.

the boards. Paul's biggest wish would be to sing with the cast of

:41:56.:42:00.

Les Miserables. He loves the show and all the songs. Poor's

:42:00.:42:03.

performing skills have raised thousands for local charities over

:42:03.:42:07.

the years. But since the tragic death of his son five years ago,

:42:07.:42:13.

Paul now gives his time to one main charity, cardiac risk in the young.

:42:13.:42:18.

Daughter Lucy explains. Andrew suddenly died of a heart condition

:42:18.:42:23.

he did not know about. Since then, my dad has thrown himself into his

:42:23.:42:27.

singing, using that as therapy to help him with his loss. So the

:42:27.:42:31.

years, of Paul has sunk to help others. Now it is time to sing for

:42:31.:42:38.

himself. And when knows which song he will want to perform. Paul loves

:42:38.:42:41.

the song bring him home from Les Miserables. It is a very poignant

:42:41.:42:48.

song to him. A very emotional song. He will be so shocked that it is

:42:48.:42:53.

his turn. I don't think he has a clue that this is coming.

:42:53.:42:57.

secret cameras are in place and my wig is in place as I become

:42:57.:43:01.

hopeless school inspector and Jane Barrington. I feel like a young and

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Robinson. So, John, see me after the class. In fact, and Robinson

:43:09.:43:16.

may be preferable to Jane. At least Anne can do her job. And as wife

:43:16.:43:20.

when watches from a secret room next door, super klutz Jane tries

:43:20.:43:28.

to throw pour off his stride. -- tries to throw pour off his stride.

:43:28.:43:34.

Don't mind me. Thank you very much. Everyone is on their best behaviour

:43:34.:43:40.

for the inspector and does not react. How will they manage the

:43:40.:43:44.

next distraction, Scotch eggs and flattery? Would you like a Scotch

:43:44.:43:51.

egg? No, thanks. You should, you know. You could manage it with your

:43:51.:43:56.

figure. I shouldn't, on the other hand. Here is a quick IT lesson for

:43:56.:44:01.

you - expensive computers and liquids really don't mix. It wasn't

:44:01.:44:05.

very expensive equipment, was it? Only a few thousand pounds.

:44:05.:44:10.

Computer has often get bugs, so it is time for me to have one of my

:44:10.:44:17.

own. Aaagh! Sorry. It is not that I am allergic, I just don't like bees.

:44:17.:44:21.

In reality, there is no bumblebee, but I am about to give Paul the

:44:21.:44:28.

buzz of his life. I am really sorry to make such a fuss. It is just...

:44:28.:44:32.

Well, I think you are a great teacher. In fact, I know you are a

:44:32.:44:37.

great teacher. And I know that you do a lot for charity. And the

:44:37.:44:43.

reason that I know this is because... And Debra Stephenson

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from Tonight's The Night. And John Barrowman has sent me to help make

:44:48.:44:56.

your dreams come true. Right, yes? Yes. I understand that you are a

:44:56.:45:00.

big fan of the musical Les Miserables. How would you like to

:45:00.:45:04.

come down to the Tonight's The Night studio and sing a song from

:45:04.:45:10.

that musical on the show? Love to. I was hoping you would say that.

:45:10.:45:17.

I am frightened and excited and nervous. We will see how it goes.

:45:17.:45:27.
:45:27.:45:30.

We've brought fuel London. It's prt place to inspire Paul ahead of his

:45:30.:45:36.

big performance. Who better to ask for tips, than the star of the show,

:45:36.:45:42.

Alfie Bow. Hello. Nice to meet you. Very nice to meet you indeed. Are

:45:42.:45:47.

you OK. Excuse me. I'm overwhelmed. Looking out there. What do you

:45:47.:45:52.

think. Give us a bit of a song, seriously. In front of you? Yeah,

:45:52.:46:00.

in front of millions as well. # God on high

:46:00.:46:04.

# Hear my prayer # In my need... #

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I thought Paul's voice was wonderful, very nice. I only heard

:46:07.:46:12.

a little bit, but I think he has a natural ability to sing. That song

:46:12.:46:16.

gets them going. It's a great song to sing. I know it's close to her

:46:16.:46:21.

heart and sentimental to you. yeah. I was going to ask you a

:46:21.:46:27.

favour, if you'd mind if I sang the song with you. I'll be there.

:46:27.:46:33.

I'm crying you can take over. give you the hard stuff to sing.

:46:33.:46:38.

I'll do the easy bit. When Alfie told me he was performing, that's

:46:38.:46:43.

amazing. I seem to be getting loads of surprises at the moment. With

:46:43.:46:47.

Paul's story, it's enough as it is, but with the song added and well as

:46:47.:46:51.

the sentiment behind the song and what it means for Paul, it's going

:46:51.:47:00.

to be a very, very special moment. APPLAUSE

:47:00.:47:04.

You're Paul's daughter, you must be very, very proud of your dad with

:47:04.:47:08.

all that he does. Yes, we're very proud of him. He's worked really,

:47:08.:47:11.

really hard. It's paying off because he sounds amazing. And he's

:47:11.:47:18.

a great dad as well. How's he been since he was surprised by Debra?

:47:18.:47:22.

He's been so excited. He hasn't stopped smiling. I think he can't

:47:22.:47:28.

believe he's actually going to sing on TV. We know Paul's son died

:47:28.:47:31.

tragically overseas. This is an important song for him. What does

:47:31.:47:37.

it mean to him to sing this song tonight? He's always loved the song,

:47:37.:47:43.

but obviously since an druep's death it's become more poignant.

:47:43.:47:47.

Every (Andrew's death) Time he sing it's now, I think he feels he's

:47:47.:47:53.

doing it for Andrew. It's curtain up on the performance of a life

:47:53.:47:59.

time. With Alfie Bow, and Bring Him Home, Paul Stevens, Tonight's The

:47:59.:48:09.
:48:09.:48:17.

Night. # God on high

:48:17.:48:27.
:48:27.:48:30.

# Hear my prayer. # In my need

:48:30.:48:40.
:48:40.:48:40.

# You have always been there. Ladies and gentleman, please

:48:41.:48:50.
:48:51.:48:52.

welcome Paul Stevens. APPLAUSE

:48:52.:49:01.

He is # He is young. # He's afraid

:49:01.:49:11.
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# Let him rest. # Heaven blessed.

:49:14.:49:24.
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# Bring him home. # Bring him home

:49:24.:49:34.
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# Bring him home. # He's like the son I might have

:49:35.:49:41.

known # If God had granted me a son.

:49:41.:49:44.

# The summers die # One by one.

:49:44.:49:50.

# How soon they fly # On and on.

:49:50.:50:00.
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# And I am old # And will be gone.

:50:08.:50:12.

# You can take. # You can give

:50:12.:50:22.
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# Let him be. # Let him live

:50:24.:50:34.
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# If I die, let me die. # Let him live

:50:46.:50:56.

# Bring him home. # Bring him home

:50:56.:51:06.
:51:06.:51:29.

Paul, you've sung that song many times. Is it always an emotional

:51:29.:51:37.

thing to sing? Absolutely, yeah. It is now, yeah. You were magnificent.

:51:37.:51:42.

Thank you. If you could see everyone, they're in tears. Such a

:51:42.:51:45.

beautiful song. Alfie will you be able to sing it now knowing the

:51:45.:51:50.

story this man has behind it? was just incredible. He said he

:51:50.:51:57.

would come down to the West End and take over the role. Only one song.

:51:57.:52:00.

I'm glad you've enjoyed it and it was wonderful to have you here and

:52:00.:52:04.

able to make this dream come true and Alfie also. Ladies and

:52:04.:52:08.

gentleman, Alfie Bow and our West End dreamer, Paul Stevens!

:52:08.:52:15.

APPLAUSE It's been an amazing show. It's not

:52:15.:52:20.

over yet. On this stage the music doesn't stop. Back with her new

:52:20.:52:30.
:52:30.:52:31.

single Think About It, it's Melanie # I know I shouldn't be doing this

:52:31.:52:36.

# Why can't I stop? # Butterfly's, bloodrush,

:52:36.:52:43.

everything'd telling me to run but I'm not

:52:43.:52:48.

# Only regret what you don't do. # Why don't we do what we want to

:52:48.:52:56.

now? # Don't give me time to back out.

:52:56.:53:04.

# Cause I don't wanna think about frikin up.

:53:04.:53:07.

# Trying to pretend that we didn't # What we're doing.

:53:07.:53:09.

# I don't wanna think about # Giving up.

:53:09.:53:12.

# Not tonight # I don't wanna think about anyone,

:53:12.:53:16.

anything, anyway. # If there's a chance or break.

:53:16.:53:24.

# I wanna smash into pieces # Let's make a big mistake.

:53:24.:53:29.

# But I don't wanna think about it # I don't wanna think about it.

:53:29.:53:33.

# My heart beats my head. # And I'm letting it

:53:33.:53:36.

# Take me over. # I got to keep going

:53:36.:53:44.

# Can't stop, can't sleep. # Cause tomorrow I'll be sober

:53:44.:53:50.

# You only regret what you don't do. # Why don't we do what we want to

:53:50.:54:00.
:54:00.:54:00.

now? # Don't give me time to back out.

:54:00.:54:02.

# Cause I don't wanna think about frikin up

:54:02.:54:05.

# Trying to pretend that we didn't # What we're doing

:54:05.:54:08.

# I don't wanna think about. # Giving up

:54:08.:54:10.

# Not tonight. # I don't wanna think about anyone,

:54:10.:54:17.

anything, anyway # If there's a chance or break.

:54:17.:54:25.

# I wanna smash into pieces # Let's make a big mistake.

:54:25.:54:34.

# But I don't wanna think about it # I don't wanna think about it.

:54:34.:54:39.

# I want to feel something I've never felt before

:54:39.:54:46.

# And I don't care if it hurts # It's worth it.

:54:47.:54:51.

# I want to be someone I've never been before

:54:51.:54:57.

# So I'm gonna run. # I'm gonna close my eyes

:54:57.:55:07.
:55:07.:55:09.

# I'm gonna jump into the fire. # I don't want to think about, not

:55:10.:55:12.

tonight # I don't want to think about

:55:12.:55:22.

anyone, anything, I don't want to think about it

:55:22.:55:27.

# You only do what you want to # You only regret the things thaw

:55:27.:55:37.
:55:37.:55:38.

don't do, do, do # Let's do what we want to #

:55:38.:55:48.
:55:48.:55:49.

APPLAUSE Ladies and gentleman, Melanie C! If

:55:49.:55:52.

you want to find out more about anything in tonight's show or just

:55:52.:55:57.

enjoy those dreams once more, then log on to bbc.co.uk/Tonight's The

:55:57.:56:02.

Night. I'm back next week for the final show of this series, when

:56:02.:56:12.
:56:12.:56:13.

girl band the Saturdays get a new line up. Dame Town iri Tekanawa is

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here. And R&B sensation Jay Sean gate crashes a party for a special

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# Don't you feel it growin', day by # People gettin' ready for the news

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# Some are happy, some are sad # Woah, gotta let the music play.

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# What the people need is a way to make them smile

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# Ain't so hard to do if you know # Gotta get a message, get it on

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through # Oh now momma don't you ask me why.

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# Oh, oh, oh listen to the music, # When, I know you know baby,

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everything I say, # Meet me in the country for a day.

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# We'll be happy and we'll dance. # Oh, we're gonna dance our blues

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away. # Whoa, listen to the music,

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# Oh, oh, oh, listen to the music # All the time

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# Like a lazy flowing river. # Surrounding castles in the sky

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# And the crowd is growing bigger # Listening for the happy sounds

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John Barrowman is making more dreams come true as Melanie C teams up to perform with a deserving Liverpool lass; Les Miserables star Alfie Boe duets with a dad who's overcome a personal tragedy; a tennis-mad teenager meets his hero Andy Murray; and doo-wop sensations The Overtones sing a one night only duet with their biggest fan.


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