03/07/2011 Something for the Weekend


03/07/2011

Live cooking, the best of the week's TV and celebrity chat. Tim Lovejoy, Amanda Byram and chef Simon Rimmer are joined by comedian Danny Wallace and soul diva Beverley Knight.


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Good morning. It's 10 o'clock and Amanda is back here in the hot seat

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standing in for Louise. It is quite hot, actually. We need the air con

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on. Our first guest is author, producer, comedian, actor and the

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King of lovely, Danny Wallace. Hello! We shoulda, woulda, coulda

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and we actually dida, the Queen of British soul will join us, it's

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Beverley Knight. And they are here to do some cocktails and cook for

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you Andrew this week's telly. This is Something for the Weekend.

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Good morning. Welcome to Something for the Weekend. Great to have you

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back. We've got microphone problems? My levels were off. Story

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of my life. How have you been? Really good. I had an amazing June.

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I've been on holidays, or you say, hollibobs. I've been to Paris and

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Ibiza. I believe Louise is on her holidays this week. Before the show

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you were eating salmon and cucumber, which made us laugh, because you

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are super-ing a detox? Ibiza left me a broken woman. It was pretty

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intense. I came home and thought, I'm going to clean myself. Have a

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wash, yeah. And did you feel better for your detox? Don't I look better,

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Simon! Tim and I were just saying that. I was at Glastonbury last

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weekend. How was that? The best thing I saw was the sun, when it

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came up on the Saturday. I was that deep in mud but it was brilliant.

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Did you glamp or camp? Neither! didn't hotel it, did you? Such a

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ziv va. No, I didn't hotel it. I stayed in a house. A house! It was

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good fun in my house. Who were your favourite snacks Yesterday we went

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to the tennis. Thanks for the invite, by the way. We scoured the

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souvenir shop to get you most expensive thing we could find.

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God, here we go. Oh, you went to Wimbledon and that's all you

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brought me back? It was fantastic. It was really, really good. Shar

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sharp, was she grunting? Sharapova, was she grunting? It is

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not as bad in real life. Why does she do it? To make sure they don't

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hold their breath when they hit. We are joined by the soulful Beverley

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Knight, here to talk about her new album of classic covers, her MBE

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and 17 years of success. I will never be able to look at you same

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way again, Tim. We have commandian and celebrity clomnust Danny

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Wallace, who will be able to tell - - clom nist Danny Wallace, who will

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be able to tell us about his amazing new programme. E-mail or

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tweet us and we'll ask your questions. What's happening in the

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kitchen today? Have you been doing raw juice? Yeah, juices and raw

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food. That's what I have most days. Nuts, ham and apple. And water.

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water. Ham is cooked. I'll explain it later, Tim, don't worry.? Well,

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in the real world what we were cooking today, we start with a

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baked paella salad. Think rice and add acidity in it, bizarrely adding

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Viking tore the rice gives it a -- adding vinegar to the rice gives it

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a delicious flavour. The main course is a lamb meat loaf. Meat

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loaf is much maligned. Over here we tend not to eat it much, but it is

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gorgeous. Delicious, loads of meat and lots of flavour. Really good

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for a detox. I would like to acknowledge Julia Bradbury for her

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recipe for loukoumades. It is doughnuts basically, with yoghurt

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and honey. How but get that recipe? It is her nan's recipe and I've

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stolen it. And finally a declucks fish finger sandwich, salmon, and

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making our own tartare sauce. You can't do poncy bread. You need

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thick, sliced white. How are you getting away with doing that?

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magnificent. Everyone will send you pictures of that next week.

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Sandwich spread? Why don't we make that? What is it, mayonnaise?

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Mayonnaise, chopped gherkins. what's that other stuff we ate as

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kids? Toast Toppers. That's way, way before my time. All our recipes

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are on our website - bbc.co.uk/somethingfortheweekend.

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Here's some other stuff happening on the show today. Damien Lewis

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struggles against the child traffickers in Stolen.

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It is bedsit bedlam in comedy Him And Her. And we get down with the

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songwriters in LA's Troubador club. We had a great time. It was

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terrific. Looking forward to all of that and

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especially to Wayne Collins's cocktails. Your detox is over.

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Tomorrow is American Independence Day, so we've got two but bon

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drinks and a cherry-infused but bon to try. Sounds cool. Before we

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to try. Sounds cool. Before we drink we've got to cook. We were

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making a paella salad. Paprika, turmeric, garlic and son on.

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Watercress, stock, cherry tomatoes, peas, parsley, artichokes, good

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Spanish extra Virgin olive oil and sherry vinegar. Slice that down the

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middle, cut side down on the board and slice. Don't confuse me. Cut-

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side down. We don't want half moons. This way, as fine as you can get it.

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Tim, you can finely slice the garlic. Do you want to swap?

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always stinks of garlic. You said that and people believe it.

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fish fingers later. An awful smelly finger you've got. One of the

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things I noticed yesterday, there are so many different types of food,

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it did make me think of our Olympic stand when we have our hutch at the

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Olympics. Are you really going to do that? Yeah, we haven't got any

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tickets, it's the only way we can get in. We thought about names for

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the stalls. I was taking my inspiration for a stall, a salad

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bar, The Only Way Is Lettuce. Or if we did a beef jerky stall, we could

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do Jerky Shors. I see what you did there. Did you watch these

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programmes? Never. I can't stand those. I do like the Kardashians.

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They all look the same. The mum looks the same age as the

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granddaughter. Why don't you call your stand wolverine or Joy...

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don't know, do you? No, I don't. I'm doing well here. Well done! In

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goes the onions... Thanks, dad! Cook this for a few minutes.

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Ideally cook this slowly for five or six minutes to get the sweetness

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from the onion and the garlic. I deliberately sliced the garlic

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rather than crushed it. I like it as an ingredient rather than a

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flavouring. If you crush garlic it gets through everything. If you

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slice it, straight away you can smell the garlic begins the cook

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rather than permeate through the on yofpbltmuck in the paella rice and

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-- through the onion. Chuck in the paella rice. Valencia is the centre

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of paella rice production. You see them harvesting rice from the paddy

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fields. It is surreal. You don't think you would see that in Europe.

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I like paella. Is that how you say it? Paeya-yaaah! Is that just a

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sound? One long sill billion. joy for me of paella ovaries Otto

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is once we've stirred it round a bit, we are using veggie stock,

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then turn it down to a simmer. Bake for 20 minutes. None of this adding

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liquid all the time. No stirring around. It is dead easy. This is a

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basic paella. There is no fish or veg glis there, purely on --

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veggies in there, purely onion. Nice flavour, delicious. Amanda,

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halve... What does it feel like eating food like that after your

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diet, amazing? Are detox diets good for you? They are. You've got to

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give your system a break. From what? From the old routine. How do

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they cleanse new I'm not sure. body is very efficient as a piece

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of machinery. Remember they say there is meat hanging round in you

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for ten years? It is Frew! Our intestines a complex object. Well

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if there is stuff hanging around in you, go for a run, do star jumps,

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that's what I do. There are so many toxins in the air today that we

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didn't have many years ago. The cavemen didn't have. Have what?

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these toxins. How do you know that? They told me... In my dreams.

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they only lived until 12. Are you doing the caveman diet? No, what is

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that? Is it just meat? Anything you would eat if you were a caveman.

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Dinosaurs... And I've got a personal trainer. I'm going all out.

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A personal trainer, have you really? How are you getting on with

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your personal trainer? Great. Mine's really good. What do you do

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with your personal trainer? He's brilliant, Nick. I don't think he

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likes me very much. Y because you are lazy? He makes me do things I

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don't want to do, and I'm sore the next day. Star jump stphrs Lots of

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running and -- star jumps, lots of running, all of that. We'll write a

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book soon. Detox the star jump way. Right, we've got the rice. All

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these ingredients we are adding separately and we bake it together.

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Add a little sherry vinegar into there and a good glug of Spanish

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extra Virgin olive oil. Sprinkle salt and pepper. Add the cherry

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tomatoes, peas, artichokes. Tim, chuck in the parsley and Amanda

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stir it round. Now the rice is cooked and it is open, the way it

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is soft. That does smell really good. All of a sudden you get that

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lovely smell and the acidity goes into the rice. You change the way

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the rice behaves. Rather than it being stodgey and sweet and dry,

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now you've got a lovely, delicious, and look at the colours in this.

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You could add whatever you want. Chilled prawns in there would be

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lovely. Chorizo would be delicious. I'm layering this with watercress.

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I think this is nice to do as one big bowlful really. You are making

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sure you are allowing juice to come out. A touch more of that. Finally

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a bite of that. You've got the pepperyness in there. One of the

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things about it is making sure you've got good ingredients

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organisation so good sherry vinegar and olive oil. That's really

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delicious. Very fresh. It is bizarre how a bit of vinegar on

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Main course? It won't be your cup of tea, it's a lamb meatloaf,

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hearty American. I am back on the meat again. As Ulster, you can get

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all -- as always, you can get all of today's recipes on our website.

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Now a preview of a beautifully directed programme on the subject

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of child trafficking, this is Hello, this is Rosemary. Come in.

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I will show you where you will be sleeping. You must be very tired.

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Do you want to follow me. Come on. Keisha. What. This is Rosemary.

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She's going to be staying with us for a couple of days. Another one.

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When Rosemary is in the house I always want the doors locked. I

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want all phones out of sight at all times. She's my only link to the

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trafficker and I do not want to lose her. Then put a policeman on

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the door. As far as security goes You can catch Stolen starring

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Damien Lewis tonight at 9.00pm on BBC1 and BBC1 HD. Our first guest

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has released his best selling books, written blockbuster movies,

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presented TV shows and even tried to represent the UK at the

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Eurovision Song Contest. Not busy A man of very many talents, clearly.

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Welcome Danny Wallace. It's about time my music was broadcast to a

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wider audience. I am pleased, at last. Did you get nil points?

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went ungraded because I wasn't allowed to enter, sadly. I went to

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Brussels and met the man in charge of the thing, I told him I wanted

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to bring the music back to the people. What is he like, is he like

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Sepp Blatter? That's a football reference and you know I don't know

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what you are talking about. I will say yes if that helps in that he

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has a foreign sounding name. I wanted to write a song about people

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coming together. Stop the mugging, start the hugging was born.

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didn't work. Good one to start on. We were discussing before the show,

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you are doing so many things. What are you, Danny Wallace? If you were

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to go to the dole office now what is your job description? I am a

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writer. That's what I do and other stuff. My whole philosophy about it

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is try and have fun and do things that are fun and try and do them

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well so you get asked to have more fun later. The writing is my job.

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If I am in a cab and they ask me I don't want to say so I say I work

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at Argos and that kills it dead. they say how many of those free

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pens do you get? They don't. That's what I would ask. It's all

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automated - we are getting into specific Argoes-based... You write

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a brilliant column in Shortlist about awkward situations you have

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got into and people find themselves in, it's Danny Wallace is a Man.

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write that. It didn't start that way. It developed into me writing

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about things that would happen to me and my friends, strange

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situations. Give us an example. Like I don't know how to walk

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behind a woman I don't know at night. It's an awkward thing. You

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immediately think, arrogantly somehow... You think about your

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breathing. That they see you as a threat. You can't just go "I am not

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a threat" because that seems weird and if you slow down that's odd and

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speed up that's worse. I developed a technique, a jaunty whistle to

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put them at their ease. That's worse. It made it into like a

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horror movie. Whistle Killer! then got all of those stories made

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into a book. Put them together as a book last year, Awkward Situations

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For Men. Have you had awkward situations this morning? One when I

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walked into the wrong room and saw Tim ironing his own shirt. I have

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learned a lot about you today, you are you are terrible at Spanish, we

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established that and you mainly eat ham and nuts. Actually, that's a

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lie, I just eat apples now. just eat apples. Kind of, I do like

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apples. Is that bad? I suppose if you are the host of a show that

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involves a lot of cooking it's not ideal. It's awkward. Elliot says

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are the stories in your books exaggerated for comedy effect or

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genuine? They're the way I would tell them to you if if you are in

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the the pub. It's the way I would tell an anecdote. I write like I

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speak, but posher. That's my rule for writing. I met Dylan Jones the

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other night, editor of GQ and he says you have been out to interview

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Charlie Sheen. I did a little piece for GQ. Was he he sober? I brought

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a $750 ticket to sheus show -- to his show which earns you ten

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seconds with Charlie Sheen and I met him. Did you? I met him and it

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was weird, he was doing his live tour across the States and I went

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to Texas and it was a very strange show and I wasn't sure I wanted to

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meet him after watching it. I knew I would have ten seconds so the

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piece is about what I was going to ask him. In ten seconds? Yeah.

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Brilliant and your impressions of the man and everything. And the

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fans, yeah. Your book got made into - is it a sitcom? Yeah, for ABC in

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America last year. It was a pilot, so you go out there and it's an

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extraordinary experience in going out there with my little boy and

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being on the set and the director and stuff and that brought its own

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situations, to get the visa sorted I sought this thing I shouldn't

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have seen, the company plying me -- flying me over said I was an actor

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of international renoun and I am not. I have had a 15 second bit in

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the IT Crowd and not sure that's enough. They let you in. Then they

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decided they wanted it with an audience and maybe a baby. Get the

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baby in there. We shot it, not the baby, I do apologise, we shot the

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pilot at that stage and so it was very hard to CGI in a baby. Then

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they decided that what they wanted really was female comedy, comedy

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based around women and mine was called Awkward Situations For Men.

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Rename it. How was your acting. looks like a proper sitcom. And

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it's shot in that way and we are in yellow cabs and looks like Seinfeld

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and there's me walking down the middle in my ordinary clothes. It's

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a strange one, yeah. I had to act at being an actor who was good at

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acting. Everything you write seems to almost turn to gold. You wrote

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Yes Man which turned into a movie with Jim Carrey. You have written a

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first fiction novel which is being picked up for a movie. Yeah, I

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haven't really talked about this. I wrote a novel and just handed it in

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and it comes out in a year and Working Title have picked it up.

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It's a romantic comedy and they've made all my favourite comedies ever.

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They have made Notting Hill. Four Weddings and that kind of

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stuff. How jammy are you! Maybe talented and not jammy. I go for a

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bit of both. The book's not even out, how do they get it? They take

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it to the publishers? There's various processes involved and it

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gets sent out to foreign publishers as well so they can pick it up if

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they want to. What is the book about? It's about a man and a lady.

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This is different. A thing that happens. Oh! Controversial. I will

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wait until next year. Will you come back? This is very much a a teaser

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campaign. Are you going to be playing yourself in it? I would

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like to have a cameo. I did a cameo in Yes Man, maybe that's why they

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thought I was an international actor, and I was standing at the

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end of a bar looking very uncomfortable and out of place but

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with a British pint glass. I would like to maybe try and re-create

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that same cameo in any films I am able to get ever, so one day in an

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infinite universe someone downloads those same films and always sees

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the same man at the boar. -- at the bar. We can't go without talking

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about your latest book, More Awkward Situations For Men. Is it

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Is it different or same stories rehashed in posh writing. I changed

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the font. It's much more stuff and I will a little boy now, so there

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are elements of the situations that happens there. Being a dad. There's

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the day my kid turned into a toddler, he went from a baby, into

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a proper person person with kind of - either incredibly happy because I

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made a ridiculous noise or incredibly sad, throwing his arms

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in the air, despair because I won't let him him throw a pear out of a

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window at a policeman. And how I became a star of a advertising

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campaign throughout Egypt. There is a picture of me with a monkey, I

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love the picture and someone in Egypt must have Googled funny

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monkey, and found this, and blew it up over massive billboards over

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Cairo and Luxor without telling me. What is it for? I am happy to

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endorse them, the Africa Safari and Hotel Chain, no money has changed

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hands for this. I am the monkey man of Egypt. You are going to hang

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around and get involved with our gadgets this week. What are we

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looking at, Nicki? As you can see from the stylish bicycle, Tour de

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France started yesterday so we are going to be looking at the coolest

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bikes on the market. Is it too late to pull out of the show? If you

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want your lunch, you have to hang around. Danny will be cooking

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pudding as well as that. If you have any questions for him or

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Beverley you can tweet or e-mail them. We are going to be travelling

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back in time now but you won't need the DeLorean, Marty McFly. I was

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only interested in the hoverboard. 88 stks mph -- 88mph. Thanks for

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#. Winnie Mandela never looked like a woman sentenced to years in jail.

:28:52.:28:57.

Out on bail straightaway pending her appeal against sentence and

:28:57.:28:59.

conviction. The organisers of last night's

:28:59.:29:03.

Pavarotti concert in Hyde Park say the event was a huge success,

:29:03.:29:08.

despite the heavy rain which drenched the 100,000-strong crowd.

:29:08.:29:18.

Tonight, the Royal Albert Hall staged one of its most unusual

:29:18.:29:28.
:29:28.:29:30.

I don't have to stand here and justify my actions to you, next

:29:30.:29:34.

time you can pick up your own mail. Another thing, if I find one more

:29:34.:29:42.

of those stupid yellow notes I may not be responsible for my actions.

:29:42.:29:52.
:29:52.:29:57.

That was Angus Deayton. Yes. What do KLF do now? They have just

:29:57.:30:02.

reformed actually and played a couple of gigs They burnt a couple

:30:02.:30:10.

of million pounds, remember that? Did they though? What year was

:30:10.:30:18.

that? 87 or 88? I think it is 87 or '88. I say 87. I'm now to see what

:30:18.:30:22.

'88. I say 87. I'm now to see what you've cooked from last week's show.

:30:22.:30:29.

This is Amy Lyttelton and this is their tiny dog Travis, and this is

:30:29.:30:39.
:30:39.:30:40.

only James Martin. Really? Look very green, those peas. They made

:30:40.:30:46.

the crab risotto cakes, which are yummy. How big are those dog's

:30:46.:30:53.

ears? Massive. What would you call that dog fit was yours? Come back

:30:53.:31:00.

to me. Gary Lineker. Prince Charles. I don't know, cliche comedy. This

:31:00.:31:05.

is Ben and Harrison. If there's a manufacturer looking for a cute kid

:31:05.:31:11.

to endorse a product, look at his little face. Brilliant. Chocolate

:31:11.:31:19.

swirl cake. It was Ben's 9th birthday. Kay and Sian are from

:31:19.:31:26.

Kettering. The doggy is called Sky. Dressing up animals. What's that

:31:26.:31:30.

Dressing up animals. What's that one there? It is a snake. No, it's

:31:30.:31:37.

not a snake, it's got legs! It is not a snake, it's got legs! It is

:31:37.:31:40.

some form of lizard-type beast. Is it a really large newt? We need to

:31:40.:31:45.

know. If this is you... It's a dragon. What is it? I don't know.

:31:45.:31:50.

We'll find out, if you were watching. There is lots of people

:31:50.:31:56.

at home who know. Somebody is muttering in my ear. I love this, a

:31:56.:32:00.

beautifully framed shot. Kirsty from Lincoln. That girl there with

:32:00.:32:04.

her Cham eel onwhich you can't see, because it's blended into the

:32:04.:32:14.
:32:14.:32:25.

course? Lamb meat loaf. Meat and bread, right? Pretty much. It is

:32:25.:32:31.

all leftovers. With the exception of fresh parsley I'm using dried

:32:31.:32:41.
:32:41.:32:48.

herbs. We've got bacon. Minced lamb, minced pork, cook off some of the

:32:48.:32:53.

bacon. Lamb and pork, why? Because of the

:32:53.:32:58.

fat content will hold it together. The lamb, while it is fatty, lots

:32:58.:33:03.

of fat will come out of the lamb and it can shrink. I thought meat

:33:03.:33:13.

loafs were made out of beef. They are, generally speaking. I think

:33:13.:33:19.

lamb and pork is an interesting combination. We've got parsley, our

:33:19.:33:25.

only fresh ingredients. Bacon, onion, celery, Worcestershire sauce,

:33:25.:33:35.
:33:35.:33:48.

do rehearsalst at 7.30am and on air I can't remember how to do this.

:33:48.:33:52.

Surely there is an order to everything, Simon? There is, but

:33:52.:33:56.

when you are staging it for the purposes of television it is

:33:56.:33:59.

different. From a reality point of view you soak the bread with the

:33:59.:34:05.

egg and the milk. Then we mash it. I will do that while you finely

:34:05.:34:12.

chop that. I will chop the celery. Soak this for 20 minutes or so. The

:34:12.:34:17.

milk and the egg start to break down. You need to work this quite

:34:17.:34:25.

well so it becomes (Inaudible). How many recipes don't have an onion in

:34:25.:34:31.

it? Only three, and they are all desserts! Mix all of that together

:34:31.:34:41.
:34:41.:34:42.

and really break it down. On yon is a -- onion is a good basis for most

:34:42.:34:50.

things. If somebody in a restaurant is allergic to onions you really

:34:50.:35:00.
:35:00.:35:05.

struggle. Try another restaurant. It is a difficult one.

:35:05.:35:11.

Mash all this together. Thenly chuck in our spices into there and

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chuck in the mustard and the Worcestershire sauce. Amazing time

:35:16.:35:21.

for sport at the moment isn't it? Brilliant. The fight last night.

:35:21.:35:27.

Disappointed, are you? A bit disappointed. I really wanted David

:35:27.:35:33.

Haye to win that. I loved the hype and the build-up. The tennis, who

:35:33.:35:39.

do you want to win today? As a person I like Rafael Nadal. One of

:35:39.:35:43.

the I like mostly about this Championships a picture of him in

:35:43.:35:49.

his local supermarket shopping is, because he likes to cook. I like

:35:49.:35:54.

Nadal. I want to go for him. Tour de France started. Did you see the

:35:54.:36:04.
:36:04.:36:07.

crash? No, I red about it but didn't see it. I'm not really a

:36:07.:36:11.

summer sports person. That's a disgrace. Next year you've got the

:36:12.:36:20.

Olympics as well. Olympics and euro 2012. A huge summer of sport. What

:36:20.:36:27.

am I doing? Mix it all together. The simplicity of a meat loaf is it

:36:27.:36:32.

all gets cooked together. Get your hands In goes the pork and the lamb.

:36:32.:36:39.

Plenty of seasoning. The key to a meat loaf is loads of salt, and

:36:39.:36:47.

particularly pepper. You are aiming to mix that so it all becomes one,

:36:47.:36:52.

so rather than having pockets of bread and meat, you want to turn in

:36:52.:37:01.

into a complete ingredient. The parsley gives it that fresh

:37:01.:37:05.

grassiness. It is a much-maligned thing, meat loaf. If you go to the

:37:05.:37:09.

United States it is everywhere, but we never have it here. We always

:37:10.:37:14.

think it is going to be rubbish. With our leftovers we make bubble

:37:14.:37:21.

and squeak, or Scouse in your case. That will become the national dish

:37:21.:37:26.

come the revolution. Get right in there, Tim. I am, I can't get any

:37:26.:37:32.

more in there, Simon! Everything's in there! A big bowl is essential,

:37:32.:37:38.

so you can really work it. We are on the brink of that bowl being too

:37:38.:37:43.

small. The big ter bowl the more you can get -- bigger the bowl, the

:37:43.:37:48.

more you can get stuck in there. With the tennis I liked all of the

:37:49.:37:54.

kit that the ballboys and line judges had. They looked really cool.

:37:54.:37:59.

They looked really smart with the diagonal cross. I thought it was a

:37:59.:38:09.
:38:09.:38:14.

fantastic day. It was great. Louis Vuitton was great. How is your --

:38:14.:38:20.

Kvitka was great. How is your tennis coming on? I was a one-

:38:20.:38:25.

hander and I saw Nadal the other day and thought, I should should be

:38:25.:38:31.

doing two hands. Roger and Pistol Pete are single-handed. I was

:38:31.:38:37.

modelling my game on them. My coach thinks my weapon's my forehand. I

:38:37.:38:45.

think it's my smile. LAUGHTER will be a long season. Now it's

:38:45.:38:49.

mixed together, all of it goes in there. The key is to make sure

:38:49.:38:57.

these corners are filled. hearing that animal is called a

:38:57.:39:01.

blue-tonged skink. I've never heard of one of those before. The key is

:39:01.:39:06.

getting it into the corners. What will happen is the meat will shrink

:39:06.:39:11.

as it cooks. If you don't really pack it down, what will happen is

:39:11.:39:17.

that as the meat shrinks, when you turn this out you will end up with

:39:17.:39:22.

a meat Oval, and we want this to be really deliciously packed into the

:39:22.:39:28.

corners. Once it's gone in, to keep more fat in it, the same way that

:39:28.:39:34.

you could... What animal is a skink? I didn't know what it was

:39:34.:39:42.

from the pictures, there is no point asking me now. I think it's a

:39:42.:39:52.

2011er -- dweller of the Amazonian rainforest. What does it eat?

:39:52.:39:58.

Bacon on top keeps it moist. We bake that for an hour. I think

:39:58.:40:03.

somebody just made that up and tweeted it in. And we were so

:40:03.:40:07.

paranoid that there is something we Knight not know that we've taken it

:40:07.:40:14.

as fact. -- we might not know that we've taken it as fact. That smell

:40:14.:40:21.

is really great. I think it is the bacon. The bacon and the herbs.

:40:21.:40:27.

I can smell pork. And the lamb in the middle, you get that fattiness

:40:27.:40:34.

of the lamb. That is a fantastic smell. If you want to do something

:40:34.:40:41.

different for Sunday dinner. Let it sit for five minutes before you

:40:41.:40:49.

carve it. That is glorious. We have a lovely big slab of our meat loaf.

:40:49.:40:55.

With it we serve. Danny, do you want to try this? Mashed potato.

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And we serve some greenery, in our case green beans. We serve it

:41:02.:41:09.

with... Dany, as you are the face of wildlife in Egypt, what's a

:41:09.:41:18.

skink? Have you heard of a blue- tonged skink? No, that's why I like

:41:18.:41:24.

this show. Educational. So you get the juicy moistness that the bread

:41:24.:41:28.

gives it. You've got bacon, pork and lamb and the spices. And it is

:41:28.:41:36.

great cold as well. That's yummy. Meat loaf can be for every day of

:41:36.:41:42.

the week. We are making loukoumades, Danny, as you well know. Is that

:41:42.:41:48.

the Greek thing? It is what the blue-tongued lizards eat. They do

:41:48.:41:53.

like loukoumades. If you want to make any of that or today's recipes,

:41:53.:41:56.

go to our website - bbc.co.uk/somethingfortheweekend.

:41:56.:42:01.

In your mouth, Tim. That's the same In your mouth, Tim. That's the same

:42:01.:42:05.

address if you wants to e-mail questions for Danny Wallace or

:42:05.:42:12.

Beverley Knight. @SFTW. Quite a racy comedy, set in their bedsit it

:42:12.:42:22.
:42:22.:42:23.

stars Russell Tovey and his girlfriend in Him And Her. Steve?

:42:23.:42:33.
:42:33.:42:33.

Why have you put your mug face down on the floor? Chuck it out if

:42:33.:42:38.

window. You can get AIDS from a spider. I read it on a website.

:42:38.:42:45.

a man for once in your life and get rid of the spied err. Alright, give

:42:45.:42:55.
:42:55.:43:01.

me that. Stand back! Stay behind me. Oh, God.

:43:01.:43:08.

I'll deal with him in a minute when I've worked out a plan. Up side

:43:08.:43:18.
:43:18.:43:23.

down. You put a mug up side down, not face down. DOORBELL RINGS

:43:23.:43:33.
:43:33.:43:39.

Ignore him. I can't. You can meet Him And Her if you are up late on a

:43:39.:43:46.

Wednesday at 11.15pm on BBC One. Our next guest burst on the music

:43:46.:43:51.

scene in 1995. She's worked with the likes of Stevey wonder and

:43:51.:43:57.

Prince. And picked up an MBE while churning out hits like these.

:43:57.:44:01.

# Hold on to the beautiful night # There is no need to worry

:44:01.:44:10.

# Because I won't turn on the light # Oh, I wish I had done a little

:44:10.:44:14.

bit more # I shoulda, woulda, coulda means

:44:14.:44:21.

I'm out of time # And I wonder, wonder what I'm

:44:21.:44:26.

gonna do # Shoulda, woulda, could da are the

:44:27.:44:36.
:44:37.:44:41.

# Come as you are # Don't be shy

:44:41.:44:51.
:44:51.:44:52.

# Don't deny Welcome back, Beverley Night, you

:44:52.:44:57.

played with Prince, what was he like? Absolutely mind-blowing,

:44:57.:45:00.

there are no words. It was incredible. The whole thing was

:45:00.:45:04.

like did this really happen? It was like a dream. Didn't he fly you to

:45:04.:45:09.

LA? He did. I didn't know why I was going. I was told it's a meeting,

:45:09.:45:13.

but when I got there I realised it was Oscars weekend, I thought

:45:13.:45:18.

what's going on? Yeah, it turned out he wanted me there to sing at

:45:18.:45:23.

his Oscars party. Have you been to the purple Palace? I haven't yet,

:45:23.:45:30.

because the home in LA was rented house, but I am waiting. Have you

:45:30.:45:33.

spent time with him socially, did you get to hang out with him?

:45:33.:45:38.

I got there he called me at the hotel, I was like this because it

:45:38.:45:44.

was the jet-lag had kicked in. We chatted on the phone for a good 20

:45:44.:45:50.

minutes and I was like, yeah, yeah, wake up! But then the next day when

:45:50.:45:55.

it was Oscars party day and the Oscars we kind of spent time

:45:55.:46:01.

together talking music, he was playing me demos. Is he a laugh?

:46:01.:46:07.

is, honestly. Does he wear that stuff in his normal outfits or

:46:07.:46:11.

tracksuits or stuff. He does not dress down. The way - it's like he

:46:11.:46:15.

kind of full fills everything you want him to, to be honest. He is

:46:15.:46:20.

not like going up the shop in my trackies. He is totally - that's

:46:20.:46:26.

him all the time. 17 years you have been around, we were talking about

:46:26.:46:36.
:46:36.:46:38.

it. You have had an incredibly long year. I --. A long career. I do

:46:38.:46:41.

feel grateful and humbled. It's the fans who have done it and they're

:46:41.:46:46.

amazing. It's been quite an incredible career I have had.

:46:46.:46:50.

that time how has the music industry changed for you? You have

:46:50.:46:54.

a few things to say about the way things have gone of late. I always

:46:54.:47:01.

have something to say! Me and my opinions. Yeah, I have seen so many

:47:01.:47:07.

revolutions really in how music, not only is bought, but how it's

:47:07.:47:11.

actually received. Back in the day when I started Top of the Pops was

:47:11.:47:15.

a massive event. We haven't even got that any more. In fact, we

:47:15.:47:21.

hardly have any music shows, apart from Jools Holland which is a

:47:21.:47:26.

delight for any musician, you get to play live. In the past decade

:47:26.:47:31.

more or less, we have seen shows like X Factor come up and I worry

:47:31.:47:36.

about shows like that because... You have been outspoken about it

:47:36.:47:41.

recently. Didn't you call it a monstrosity or something? It's the

:47:41.:47:47.

machine that I find so, oh my God, you know, it's overwhelming. These

:47:47.:47:51.

kids go in, they're like yes I want to do it and I am like do you

:47:51.:47:54.

really understand the industry? Do you know what you are getting into?

:47:54.:47:59.

Do you know that folk at home in auditions spend time laughing and

:47:59.:48:06.

stuff like that? I think it's so... When you got into the industry you

:48:06.:48:09.

didn't know, so they've come in. They've sailed in at a level where

:48:09.:48:15.

it's like everybody's going to watch you make your mistakes, your

:48:15.:48:19.

triumphs, everything. The ones who make it, there's very few. On one

:48:19.:48:26.

hand. Leona Lewis. It was a great way for her to get through.

:48:26.:48:29.

Arguably, she was going to get through anyway, because a voice

:48:29.:48:36.

like that, that comes through and I would put Alex Burke in the same

:48:36.:48:41.

category. Fantastic. Love her. When people like that come along they

:48:41.:48:50.

rarely get ignored. It's like OK, Alex and Leona and there's tens of

:48:50.:48:54.

thousands of others who end up on the telly, everybody knows them and

:48:54.:48:59.

they fade away. They're set up for a fall basically. A lot of the time.

:48:59.:49:03.

It's tough for the music companies now, the labels, they can't invest

:49:03.:49:09.

in someone like Leona because they don't make money out of record

:49:09.:49:14.

sales. By getting them on X Factor people will buy it, it's a quick-

:49:14.:49:18.

fix for them as well. It is a quick-fix scenario for them and if

:49:18.:49:24.

I am wearing my record label hat I can understand that. But my concern

:49:24.:49:28.

is first and foremost for the people who go on it because of the

:49:28.:49:33.

way the show is. It's a great TV show, it's good to watch, but

:49:33.:49:38.

because of the more serious element of it being part and parcel of the

:49:38.:49:41.

music industry, that's when I can see the cracks. That's when I see

:49:41.:49:46.

the problems. If you don't understand an industry you are

:49:46.:49:51.

getting into in any way, shape or form and you go in at top drawer,

:49:51.:49:54.

your first tour is Wembley arena, for example, it's overwhelming and

:49:54.:50:00.

if you make any tiny error, everybody gets to see it. That's

:50:00.:50:05.

concerning. I made all my mistakes along the way. Maybe they should do

:50:05.:50:08.

a show where they go and look at everybody after they've been on

:50:09.:50:15.

these shows and see what they're doing and how their lives are good

:50:15.:50:22.

or bad. The after effect. Let's do it! Let's talk about your music.

:50:22.:50:29.

You are doing an album of cover versions. It has more depth, it has

:50:29.:50:36.

a concept. Yes, it's me covering some of the great British songs

:50:36.:50:40.

that we have either forgotten about or forgotten about careers of the

:50:40.:50:44.

people who have done it. I am trying to celebrate them. It's like

:50:44.:50:48.

my love letter to these guys who enabled me to have the career that

:50:48.:50:52.

I have got. They paved the way. They're your inspirations.

:50:52.:50:57.

Absolutely. Run through some of the acts. At the big end of the scale

:50:57.:51:02.

we have got the amazing George Michael, who I absolutely love and

:51:02.:51:10.

I have done his track One More Try. You have Jamiroquai and with both

:51:10.:51:14.

those guys sometimes we forget their back catalogue and how

:51:14.:51:17.

amazing they are. Sometimes the personal life gets talked about a

:51:17.:51:26.

lot. Then you go along and I have people like Omar, a British soul

:51:26.:51:33.

stalwart. You have Jacqui Graham from Wolverhampton and songs that

:51:33.:51:38.

came out when I was little and I remember, Soul II Soul, of course.

:51:39.:51:48.
:51:49.:52:02.

It's a mix. Junior is the single. # At the time he couldn't

:52:02.:52:06.

understand # Mama used to say

:52:06.:52:10.

# Take your time young man # Don't you rush

:52:10.:52:20.
:52:20.:52:25.

# Mama used to say This remind me of Soul Train which

:52:25.:52:34.

we used to tune into. I used to fancy Geoffrey Daniels. What's the

:52:34.:52:43.

name of the album? It's Soul UK. Does what it says on the tin.

:52:43.:52:46.

totally does. Thank you so much. Beverley is going to stay around

:52:46.:52:54.

for the rest of the show. You want to see her shoes. Huge. You can

:52:55.:53:02.

tweet or e-mail us with any questions.

:53:02.:53:09.

There's loads to come on the show, including all of this.

:53:09.:53:15.

Joni Mitchell hung out there, it was the Troubadour Club. I thought

:53:15.:53:23.

she was Shakespeare reinkarpbated. Simon is cooking a deluxe fish

:53:23.:53:28.

finger sandwich. It's the last chance to see the

:53:28.:53:36.

tortured Luther. Danny Wallace has joined Simon and

:53:36.:53:41.

me in the kitchen. Writing comedy, acting. There's no end to your

:53:41.:53:47.

talents. Cooking. I can't remember what you were like last time.

:53:47.:53:55.

terrific. What have you cooked since? I cooked loukoumades. Funny

:53:55.:53:59.

enough we are doing them again just because you are back. Do you know

:53:59.:54:04.

loukoumades? I never met him. A little joke there there! I have

:54:04.:54:08.

seen Simon do a similar thing before. So, I am aware of it, but I

:54:09.:54:15.

would like to know how to make it. Thank you. That's a nice intro. The

:54:15.:54:22.

sauce, we have lemon, honey, water and sugar. The loukoumades are

:54:22.:54:27.

fundamentally a donut, a fried batter thing. We have flour sifted

:54:27.:54:33.

well, honey, warm water, salt and yeast. So, Mr Wallace, if you would

:54:33.:54:43.
:54:43.:54:49.

like to dip in the salt and yeast, spoon. As you stir, gradually add

:54:49.:54:53.

the water. You are trying to avoid it being too lumpy really. Got you.

:54:53.:54:58.

We are just three guys hanging out making pudding. It's what we do.

:54:58.:55:08.
:55:08.:55:09.

Awkward situation. I went a little bit bit gloopy there. You are

:55:09.:55:15.

trying to mix this together without it being too lumpy, but equally

:55:15.:55:20.

without beating the life out of the flour because they'll become too

:55:20.:55:24.

stiff. Honey in there for flavour. As you talk about men's issues,

:55:24.:55:33.

where are you with man hugs? I am all for man hugs. I enjoy man hugs,

:55:33.:55:39.

I encourage them. You struggle, don't you? What do we do now.

:55:39.:55:43.

Remain like this for a while. finding it uncomfortable. It's the

:55:43.:55:51.

back pressure is a tricky thing. It's having a conversation doing it

:55:51.:55:58.

which is even weirder. We have to cook at some point. To actually do

:55:58.:56:03.

it now, it's like what do you do, a little press like that. A little

:56:03.:56:09.

press is nice. That was unnerving, Tim. It made me feel strange.

:56:09.:56:14.

Tim will enjoy, is just hold hands while cooking and do this for a

:56:14.:56:18.

little while. As a man I feel really uncomfortable. I hope some

:56:18.:56:25.

people have just turned on right now. I will let you go. That was

:56:25.:56:32.

uncomfortable. I enjoy your discomfort. Because it's weird.

:56:32.:56:40.

It's only because we don't do it. We are getting into a dangerous

:56:40.:56:46.

area now. Do you greet someone like you, good friends, it's easy to do

:56:46.:56:56.
:56:56.:56:56.

that. You have to do that or this or hug. Or that. The tennis,

:56:56.:57:06.

doubles yesterday. They do that one. We are still cooking, aren't we?

:57:06.:57:09.

Speaking of which, what happens, we cover that and let that sit. I will

:57:09.:57:14.

have to go back to this, when is the time to do it and not hug, when

:57:14.:57:19.

do you make that decision? You have to judge the other person. It's

:57:19.:57:23.

also like - do you do the thing it's been the end of the night you

:57:23.:57:27.

have had terrific fun at a bar or restaurant and you go outside you

:57:27.:57:32.

go it's been great, see you soon. See you later and you both walk off

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in the same direction and you have to do the same thing and you are

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judging the other person, you go if he goes left I will have to double

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back. With this, we covered this and the yeast has done its magic

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and it's fizzy and it's puffed up beautifully. Normally with any

:57:51.:57:58.

batter what you do is you do what you call knocking back, get some of

:57:58.:58:07.

this air out. You don't do that with loukoumades. What we want to

:58:07.:58:17.
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do, if you have a deep fat frier, fry these at about 160-180. Where

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am I? Now, the sauce. Zest a bit of lemon. The rest of the sauce goes

:58:25.:58:29.

in like that. You do find it uncomfortable, always. I don't know

:58:29.:58:34.

when to do it and not. In that case just do it all the time. If what's

:58:34.:58:38.

worrying you is when it's correct, just do it to everyone. OK. I will

:58:38.:58:42.

try that. Even policemen and everything. Especially policemen,

:58:42.:58:47.

yeah. What about kisses on text messages, are they acceptable to

:58:47.:58:54.

send to other men? Not like your accountant or anything. I had to

:58:54.:58:58.

write an angry e-mail to the council once and I was using words

:58:58.:59:03.

I wouldn't normally use and I was angry, I was impressed with myself

:59:03.:59:08.

and when I sent it I thought something's not right and I looked

:59:08.:59:12.

and I had popped a little kiss at the end and I thought that probably

:59:12.:59:16.

undermined the point I was trying to make. I think it's changed,

:59:16.:59:24.

though. It has for you. I quite like it. Happens all the time, in

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the phorpb -- mornings when we are here everyone hugs and kisses,

:59:30.:59:34.

apart from you. I don't mind. All this lemon zest into the sauce. The

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sauce, we put honey, water, we put soft light brown sugar. We have

:59:40.:59:47.

loads of sweetness in all of this. Now we are turning it into...

:59:47.:59:55.

Turning it into what? Fruitiness. We squeeze the lemon in. You are

:59:56.:00:00.

laughing at how uncomfortable I was. I am going to cradle you to sleep

:00:00.:00:05.

tonight. I reckon there's a lot of people at home thinking I am in the

:00:05.:00:15.
:00:15.:00:20.

same boat as Tim. Really? I think mate Lee Boardman was on, I gave

:00:20.:00:30.

Lee a hug, like you do, and Tim went,, "Whoa!" And yet you are in

:00:30.:00:37.

there ironing your shirt. I have to embrace your Metro sexuality.

:00:37.:00:43.

like to think I am a metrosexual, but I'm not enamoured with the

:00:43.:00:49.

hugging. Now, fish those out and pop them on the kitchen roll to

:00:49.:00:55.

take away the excess fat. You want them slightly more golden than that

:00:55.:01:00.

but these will be delicious nonetheless. Here we've got a

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combination of icing sugar and cinnamon. This will smell like any

:01:06.:01:10.

American interior design store. do they make them smell of

:01:10.:01:14.

cinnamon? I've never thought about that. We layer up our beautiful

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loukoumades, which are piping hot, nice and sweet. Then we pour over

:01:20.:01:29.

this incredible pistachio honey and lemon sauce. Another dusting of

:01:29.:01:35.

this and a touch of Greek yoghurt on the top. Dig They are going to

:01:35.:01:42.

be warm, chaps. How many people on average die immediately after

:01:42.:01:50.

eating one of these? A fairly high percentage. Coming up, Wayne

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Collins's whisky cocktails and Beverley will be cooking a final

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dish with us. A fish finger butty. I'm desperate to try some of this.

:02:00.:02:08.

Oh, wow! Oh, God! A deep-fried sweet. What's not to like? That's

:02:08.:02:18.

great. Now I'm uncomfortable. great. Now I'm uncomfortable.

:02:18.:02:23.

Another man hug. And now me and you. Guess the year that all these

:02:23.:02:30.

things happen in Deja View. LAUGHTER

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# It's 3am, 3am, eternal # KLF is gonna rock ya

:02:43.:02:50.

# Ancients of Mumu # Winnie Mandela never looked like a

:02:50.:02:57.

woman just sentenced to six years in jail, out on bail.

:02:57.:03:01.

organisers of last night's Pavarotti concert in Hyde Park say

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the event was a huge success despite the heavy rain which

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drenched the 100,000 strong crowd. Tonight the Royal Albert Hall

:03:12.:03:22.
:03:22.:03:25.

stages the grand Sumo tournament. # KLF (uh-huh, uh-ha uh-ha)

:03:25.:03:35.

# Ancients of MuMu # TELEPHONE RINGS

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:03:45.:03:47.

Yes! What? No, I don't want to subscribe to Which?. I don't

:03:47.:03:57.
:03:57.:03:58.

believe it! That was Deja View with the KLF.

:03:58.:04:02.

it. (Uh-huh, uh-ha uh-ha) Can you name the year they were at number

:04:02.:04:08.

one? Winnie Mandela was imprisoned and Pavarotti was in the Park.

:04:08.:04:15.

was around the time I left school, in 2001. I think it was early '90s.

:04:15.:04:22.

Wayne, any idea? Late '80s. We'll find out for sure in approximately

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18 minutes' time. First, Wayne is here to titillate us with some

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here to titillate us with some cocktails. What's on the menu?

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American Independence Day tomorrow so we've got American whisky, a

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good old but bon. And cherry- infused. Isn't whisky Irish? The

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water of life. I'm alive! Historically the Americans probably

:04:54.:05:00.

wouldn't have started with American whisky but for the war of

:05:00.:05:10.
:05:10.:05:10.

independence. There was a tax on rum and on mead, but the Irish

:05:10.:05:15.

immigrants started the whisky production in America. So they can

:05:15.:05:20.

thank us. This is a cherry smash, a classic American drink using whisky,

:05:20.:05:26.

mint and sugar, with new flavours in it as well. Fresh cherry. A

:05:26.:05:35.

double slug of the black cherry- infused but bon. That's that?

:05:35.:05:39.

hammer, a few gimmicks now and then. You don't have one of them, Tim, at

:05:39.:05:46.

your party house. At my cocktail house. He'll make one. A wedge of

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orange and mint leaves, and fresh lemon juice, a drizzle of sugar to

:05:54.:06:00.

sweeten. This is all raw ingredients, so it's perfect for a

:06:00.:06:05.

detox diet. What exercises do you do with your personal trainer?

:06:05.:06:12.

of weights, squats, and I've been walking funny, funny strange, not

:06:12.:06:18.

funny ha-ha. Lots of resistance training with bands and stuff.

:06:18.:06:25.

Outside? In the park, yes. Did you wants to come and join in? I like

:06:25.:06:30.

running. Just running. apparently short bouves running is

:06:30.:06:35.

much better than one hour of running. I like running Forrest

:06:35.:06:41.

Gump running. Yeah, just getting in and running. It clears the head,

:06:41.:06:46.

just like this will clear our head. The mint and the cherries,

:06:46.:06:52.

wonderful. A cherry garnish with a sprig of mint for perfume. That's a

:06:52.:06:57.

real classic smash whisky, with fresh cherry in there. And cherry

:06:57.:07:07.
:07:07.:07:13.

but bon as well. What do you think? What do you know? Did you know

:07:13.:07:17.

what? It's absolutely gorgeous but I would drink that in 12 seconds

:07:17.:07:22.

flat, because it is so sweet it tastes like a fizzy drink. It is

:07:22.:07:31.

amazing. Oh, wow! That's a real girl's drirk. You really like it,

:07:31.:07:38.

Tim. It is like a sherb efforts. That's the lemon mixed with the

:07:38.:07:48.
:07:48.:07:49.

fresh cherries -- like a Cher Bert. That's the lemon mixed with the

:07:49.:07:58.

fresh cherries. Lemon and sugar, runny00y. They used to make a form

:07:58.:08:08.
:08:08.:08:09.

of mea dfrpblgts It sounds dangerous. -- a form of mead. It

:08:09.:08:14.

sounds dangerous. Green apple likor is like a Granny Smith and a shot-

:08:14.:08:21.

and-a-half of wheated but bon for a different texture to it. This is

:08:21.:08:31.
:08:31.:08:36.

based on a sour but adding the apple liqueur and the honey.

:08:36.:08:44.

But bon, I'm often asked what it is. It is how it's made, not where it

:08:44.:08:54.

comes from. It is leaking all over the place. Thank for, that Wayne.

:08:54.:09:02.

Don't waste it. How is it made then? They use different cereals,

:09:02.:09:09.

corn predominantly plus a bit of rye and bar limit but bon can be

:09:09.:09:14.

made anywhere in America but Kentucky has the rights to the name

:09:14.:09:24.
:09:24.:09:42.

but bon. What are you calling this you used to suck as a kid. That's

:09:42.:09:47.

really good. Thank you so much. If you wants to make either of these

:09:47.:09:52.

fris Kiwis I can cocktails the recipes are -- either of these fris

:09:52.:10:02.
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This is the Troubadors: The Rise of # They won't give us a chance

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# It was just a dream # I wouldn't want to stay here

:10:28.:10:33.

# It's too old and cold and settled in its ways here

:10:33.:10:39.

# But California, California had me coming home. #

:10:39.:10:46.

Joni Mitchell. I thought she was Shakespeare reincarnated. So many

:10:46.:10:51.

of the people that would consider California music didn't come from

:10:51.:10:54.

here. People like Joni Mitchell, who was Canadian, took an outside

:10:54.:10:59.

look at what was going on in America and took her own particular

:10:59.:11:04.

values and situations and put them into personal songs. I think it

:11:04.:11:08.

really expanded the way people thought about writing. That was one

:11:08.:11:15.

of the biggest contributions to the music at the time.

:11:15.:11:21.

# California, oh, California # Had me coming home

:11:21.:11:26.

# Make me feel good, rock 'n' roll band

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# I'm your biggest fan # . We were living at Laurel Canyon

:11:30.:11:36.

at her house. It was a wonderful time. Just great. We travelled a

:11:36.:11:40.

lot. She sang beautifully and several songs of mine I played on

:11:40.:11:45.

that album of hers. We had a great time. It was terrific. Too good to

:11:45.:11:55.
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Looks great, that. You can get down with the Troubadors on Friday at

:12:01.:12:10.

9.00pm on BBC Four. Now it is time for our gadgets. What have we got

:12:10.:12:16.

today? We've got some bikes, because of the Tour de France.

:12:16.:12:21.

love the Tour de France. How did this happen! If you want to hold

:12:21.:12:26.

hands through the sides, I know you hands through the sides, I know you

:12:26.:12:31.

two are bosom buddies now. I'm going to be walking round as you

:12:32.:12:37.

two pedal. Danny, do you like cycling? I've bought a bike but

:12:37.:12:41.

it's being sent round soon. It was late-night Prime Minister. I have

:12:41.:12:48.

had a glass of win. You bought one on-line? Isn't that how you buy

:12:48.:12:58.
:12:58.:13:01.

bikes? You've got the glittery bike and the ladies' helmet. I feel like

:13:01.:13:07.

I'm in a spin class. This is by a Japanese designer. Lots of

:13:07.:13:14.

attention to to deDale. There's a leopard print one which is sold out.

:13:14.:13:23.

This is what the fashionistas are wearing. This one is �68. The one

:13:23.:13:33.
:13:33.:13:45.

you have that there is the emotion Are you secretly pretending to be

:13:45.:13:51.

cool but there's a lot of competition going on here?

:13:51.:13:58.

can't pretend to be cool wearing this ladies' hat. They've injected

:13:58.:14:05.

a bit of macho there to counter balance the hat. Their �19.99 and

:14:05.:14:10.

made of goatskin leather. Safety first, we've got reflective sashes

:14:10.:14:17.

for you as well. Are you more of a sprinter or a hill rider? Have

:14:17.:14:27.
:14:27.:14:28.

you stopped? No, I'm a sprinter. I'm like Cavendish. These are

:14:28.:14:31.

probably both a bit feminine because of the pink. I've never

:14:31.:14:41.
:14:41.:14:43.

really put a sash on before. This is a play on the Miss Board. This

:14:43.:14:52.

one is the striped Zune but it comes in stars and candy cane. Tim

:14:52.:15:02.
:15:02.:15:03.

looks like he's about to go off raving. It is by a company called

:15:03.:15:07.

Cycladeic. And we've got cuffs for tow wear. Am I being punked right

:15:07.:15:17.
:15:17.:15:22.

now. What's going on? It does feel Can I wear all this home? These are

:15:22.:15:29.

reflective cuffs. This one is �14. The one Tim has is �19. I am not

:15:29.:15:34.

having these. You look terrific. It's not very practical. I am not

:15:34.:15:44.

having it. We have had hugging and hand holding and now... Pink

:15:44.:15:54.
:15:54.:15:55.

accessories. The gadgets now. Danny, I will let you model this one. This

:15:55.:16:02.

is a HD helmet-cam. Pop it over your head. This is going to get

:16:02.:16:07.

messy. It is. Which bit? This way is easier. Whilst you are putting

:16:07.:16:12.

that on, we have footage that we filmed earlier. This is people

:16:13.:16:18.

going through some traffic. This is what we actually filmed. There's

:16:18.:16:23.

filming in the city there. You can see the picture you get. It's a

:16:23.:16:32.

great lens on it. It comes with a durable shockproof and outerproof

:16:32.:16:40.

casing. I am a respected author. Yeah, but you know, you have a fun

:16:40.:16:50.
:16:50.:16:55.

side. How much is that one? �299. Come on, I was told to keep going.

:16:55.:17:02.

Have we got much time? We haven't. I am being rushed. Bike signals

:17:02.:17:08.

here. It does what it says on the tin, well it should do. Hopefully

:17:08.:17:14.

it will work. If you press that, there we go. A right signal. Talk

:17:14.:17:24.
:17:24.:17:29.

us through this one. This is kind of my favourite. This is the Veleau

:17:29.:17:34.

hydration system. As you can see, the straw goes through there,

:17:34.:17:38.

attached to the saddle, into your mouth. When you are finished if you

:17:38.:17:45.

let go it has retractable cord which pulls it back into place.

:17:45.:17:51.

you cycle backwards it provides a colonic. That's a handy feature!

:17:51.:17:57.

Who won? Probably a draw. What! Thanks. If you want more

:17:57.:18:01.

information on any of that bike stuff you can e-mail us and we will

:18:01.:18:06.

get back with all the details. This is the big one, this is the last

:18:07.:18:12.

time this series he will be stalking around and solving crimes

:18:12.:18:22.
:18:22.:18:29.

with instinct and intuition, this Good news is we found this laptop.

:18:29.:18:38.

What's the bad news? We need to find a password, wait until you see

:18:38.:18:48.
:18:48.:18:56.

It will take weeks. It's not right, is it? How? Well, I mean, in order

:18:56.:19:05.

for it to work you need the exact book. You get another edition.

:19:05.:19:10.

this is all secondhand junk shop copies. How are you going to get an

:19:10.:19:20.
:19:20.:19:51.

Gideons bible, there's one of these in every hotel room in the country.

:19:51.:20:01.
:20:01.:20:02.

The key to breaking that code is in You can watch the final episode of

:20:02.:20:07.

Luther on Tuesday at 9.00pm. Now Beverley is in the kitchen. Do you

:20:07.:20:13.

cook, Beverley? I do. I kind of watched my mum and my dad, my late

:20:13.:20:16.

dad, cooking in the kitchen and kind of copied them. Me and my

:20:17.:20:21.

sister and my brother all did the same. Mostly west Indian. You are a

:20:21.:20:27.

dab hand with the knife then. Will she need to get the chopping skills

:20:27.:20:32.

out? I have always been surrounded by people who cooked, my dad and

:20:32.:20:35.

mum, grandmothers and blah-blah- blah, if you are surrounded by it

:20:35.:20:38.

it's not a big issue. It's weird when you hear people say I never

:20:38.:20:43.

cook and you find out their parents didn't and you can see why. My mum

:20:43.:20:47.

cooked, but I am still useless. don't believe you. You say that.

:20:47.:20:53.

am getting better. What are we cooking today? Something that's

:20:53.:20:57.

indulgeent, a fish finger buttie. Sounds posh. Sundays you get away

:20:57.:21:02.

with something cheeky. Spring onions, smoked salmon and salmon.

:21:02.:21:07.

You could use any finish you want, to be honest. Haddock would be a

:21:07.:21:14.

nice combination. English mustard, mayo and capers. We will roll the

:21:14.:21:24.
:21:24.:21:33.

fish fingers in breadcrumbs and salmon. It's a fatty fish, salmon.

:21:33.:21:38.

You want it as fine as you can get it. You could actually do this in a

:21:38.:21:43.

food processer. You could put it in and whizz it up so it becomes like

:21:44.:21:49.

a pate. But it's nice to hand chop it. It really is fishy fingers then.

:21:49.:21:56.

It's definitely fishy fingers right now. It's just lovely, that thing

:21:56.:22:03.

of chopping it all up. It's fish and breadcrumbs. You don't have

:22:03.:22:09.

anywhere to go after this, tkefrly -- Beverley? Actually I am going to

:22:09.:22:14.

a festival later to see Prince, so I better wash my hands. You are

:22:14.:22:20.

going to see Prince, on a personal level? I am going to be hearing him

:22:20.:22:25.

play with 50,000 others, so I am excited about that. On your new

:22:25.:22:31.

album, what's your favourite track? What was the one that had to be on?

:22:31.:22:36.

One of the first ones I recorded Fair Play and after that Southern

:22:36.:22:40.

Freeze, I thought OK they've got to be on. These are songs I remember

:22:40.:22:48.

and love from childhood. Certainly The Soul II Soul track, I remember

:22:48.:22:52.

wishing I was old enough to go to the clubs and do my thing, but I

:22:52.:22:56.

wasn't. We were talking about that earlier, 17 years you have been in

:22:57.:23:00.

the industry, which is a lifetime in the music industry really. This

:23:00.:23:05.

is your 7th album. That's right. you have a favourite so far, a baby

:23:05.:23:13.

album? I don't. Every time that anybody asks me that it changes.

:23:13.:23:17.

Who I am, I am really grateful for, I am proud of the songs and the

:23:17.:23:25.

writing on that and that was the one that broke me out into the

:23:25.:23:28.

wider mainstream. I don't know if any one of them is my baby, as such.

:23:28.:23:33.

You love them all equally. I do, they're my children. Do you have a

:23:33.:23:37.

favourite moment? You have had the moments with Prince, Stevie Wonder

:23:37.:23:42.

moments, and what was this about Nelson Mandela, did you sing for

:23:42.:23:48.

him? It was the most amazing thing that I was asked to sing for Nelson

:23:48.:23:57.

Mandela. It was a tiny private dinner for his children's aids

:23:57.:24:04.

foundation and I was asked along to sing. I stood up at the table and

:24:04.:24:09.

just sang. Is that one of those moments you think back and think

:24:09.:24:15.

this can't really be happening? really do. I think to myself just

:24:15.:24:19.

this girl from Wolverhampton who had a big dream about having a

:24:19.:24:23.

career in music and it came true. It came true in the most amazing

:24:23.:24:29.

way. Grateful for every day. That's your favourite moment apart from

:24:29.:24:33.

chopping salmon on Something For The Weekend. And trying desperately

:24:33.:24:37.

to concentrate to get it right! have lots of salt and pepper in

:24:37.:24:42.

there. It gets worse now in terms of fishy fingers. All of the salmon

:24:42.:24:49.

goes in. Then, similar to the meatloaf before, we mix this

:24:49.:24:53.

together. This is really only one way and that is physically do that.

:24:53.:24:57.

You are almost using your hands then as a processer to mash it

:24:57.:25:01.

together. I will do it for you, I am feeling generous. You don't want

:25:01.:25:06.

to meet Prince later and him going she was nice when I met her, but

:25:06.:25:13.

she's smellly, to be honest. Then you get a little bit of the fish

:25:13.:25:18.

and you simply smash it into fish fingers. It's sticking together

:25:18.:25:22.

because there's so much fat in the salmon. A bit of that. It doesn't

:25:22.:25:26.

matter they're rough and lumpy, that's fine. You are not going to

:25:26.:25:31.

do one now, I can sense it. I am going to do it. You don't have to,

:25:31.:25:38.

I won't be 15ed. We really -- won't be offended. Into flour and egg.

:25:38.:25:44.

They're delicate at this stage. We combine the breadcrumbs and polenta.

:25:44.:25:48.

Once you coat them put them in the fridge so they set. At the moment

:25:48.:25:54.

they're very soft. So in the frying pan they would fall apart. You have

:25:54.:25:59.

avoided that, Beverley Knight. have to ask you this, you have got

:25:59.:26:07.

a couple of pair of shoes at home, and we asked people to guess, they

:26:07.:26:13.

guessed 200, 300. There is some of them, the camera didn't have a wide

:26:13.:26:21.

enough Lens! How many shoes do you own? Drums, please. North of 450

:26:21.:26:27.

pairs. That was some of the the boxes piling up paoeupbd the

:26:27.:26:31.

clothes -- behind the clothes. much money would that cost over the

:26:31.:26:41.
:26:41.:26:42.

years? I don't even know, probably a deposit on the house. Quickly,

:26:42.:26:48.

the sauce, because we are running out of time. These go into the

:26:48.:26:55.

frying pan for 4-5 minutes. Sauce, we have capers and gherkins in

:26:55.:26:59.

first of all, then add mayo, English mustard, then we add our

:26:59.:27:03.

capers in there. We mix that around. We have salt, we have pepper. The

:27:03.:27:10.

nice thing about having a little bit of mustard there you get this

:27:10.:27:14.

nice colour. Amanda, could you do me a lovely flavour, bring out our

:27:14.:27:22.

fishy fingers. To serve this we have bread, thick white sliced,

:27:22.:27:27.

gorgeous bread, from magnificent northern bakeries. A couple of

:27:27.:27:31.

fishy fingers sit in there like that. A little bit of rocket to

:27:31.:27:36.

make it look like we are being posh. Bread on top. Finally, cut that

:27:36.:27:41.

fella in half and we just about managed it. This is such a dish you

:27:41.:27:48.

are going to eat, Beverley. Over to Tim and Danny for the Deja View

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The headlines, music was KLF and the year was? 1991. We haven't a

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lot of time left. People have been asking about your cult Join Me, if

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it's still going and you have your country? People still join.

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Beverley is now looking at me that I might be odd. It's good, people

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do random acts of goodness on a Friday. December we do a big thing

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where people get together and do random acts of kindness on the

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streets. Excel Excellent. Thanks to Beverley and Danny. Next week we

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have Denise van Outen and Simon Callow show and talking to the F F1

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Live cooking, the best of this week's TV and celebrity chat to set up your Sunday. This week Tim Lovejoy, Amanda Byram and chef Simon Rimmer are joined by comedian Danny Wallace and British soul diva Beverley Knight.


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