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Good morning. It is 10.00am. It is Sunday, the 7th of August, we are

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joined today by former Footballers' Wives and now Hollioke helicopter

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actress, Laila Rouass. And with us, it is the DJ and

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producer, Aniko Kalovics. -- Calvin Harris is with us.

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He is also very tall. Simon is back from the States.

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Thank you it is nice to be here. We are here to do some cooking, look

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at some gadgets and look at next week's telly.

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Oh, yes, this is Something For The Good morning. Welcome to Something

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For The Weekend. So, you are back, Simon? Yes, I got back at 9.00am

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last -- 9.00pm last night. Are you jet lagged? I feel tired

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but a bit weird. I don't know whether I want to eat curry or

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bacon and eggs. They reckon if you don't want to

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get jet lagged then don't eat on the plane. Then get off the plane

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and eat the meal you are supposed to eat at that time.

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But you are so bored on the plane. I love planes? I still get bored. I

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want to eat the rubbish food. No! That and operations, it is the

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only time you are relax ed. It is the only time you are not allowed

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to do anything. Do we need to put you out for the

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rest of the show, Tim? Maybe. Did you enjoy yourself, Simon? It was

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brilliant. You have come back from the States

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too? We were at the same place at the same time. We were California

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dreaming. You didn't see each other there?

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Snoifplt no, he called me, -- no, he called me, but he was where he

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was for only five minutes, I could not meet him.

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What were you doing chin-ups on the beach?! No! Changing the mood

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slightly, there was a riot yesterday in Tottenham or last

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night. We have woken up to that this morning. We have footage of

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what it looked like. This is what they are running on the BBC News.

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Last night people were getting stuck in. There is a recession

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going on, there are riots. It is like the 80. We had forgotten about

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this, because we grew up with it all, 1985 was the last riot.

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It was a weird thing when I turned on the TV, I thought it was archive

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footage. It has calmed down today,

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thankfully. 1985, that was the last time your football team won the

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league! I miss though -- those gags. She played the WAG in Footballers'

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Wives, since February of this year she has been on our screens as the

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cardiothoracic registrar, Sahira Shah, yes it is BBC One's Laila

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Rouass! She is lovely. What is it, a cardiothoracic

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registrar? I don't know, something to do with the throat.

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And bursting on to the scene, he has scored seven number one hits,

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two of which he worked on with Dizzee Rascal. It is the hugely

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talented Calvin Harris if you have a question you wish to ask Laila

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Oracle vine, e-mail us or tweet us. I think that Calvin has only had

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two hours of sleep -- Calvin. Just like us! When did you get

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back? I got back but couldn't sleep. If you want to ask them anything,

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as I say, tweet us. What is cardiothoracic registrar?

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Yeah, tell us what that is, but remember to tell us your name.

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Right, what are you cooking Mr Jet Lag? We are started with Ricotta-

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filled courgette flowers. This is the time with the nice delicate

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flowers, this is a simple dish with a nice light batter and the main

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course, one of the easiest dishes we have done on the show. It is

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coconut curry. It is dead simple. Finished with yoghurt.

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What is the red stuff tonne? A bit of pom graniate.

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-- what is the red stuff on it? A bit of pomegranate.

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I'm not a fan of fruit on my curry. Are you not? It is just a little

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garnish. I'm not a big fan of fruit on my savoury. I like savoury to be

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savoury and sweet to be sweet. I love a little bit of raisen in my

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food! What is the thing on top top of the walnut -- on top of the

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Walnut Whip? A walnut?! For desert we have a fantastic cake and

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finally, a crab and tofu salad. Now, I know you both hate tofu...

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like tofu, Tim hates it. This is a nice text tire with the

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crab. -- This is a nice texture with the

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crab. It doesn't taste of a lot!

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All of the recipes can be found on the website. Tofu can be eaten with

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chicken to enhance a meal? No? like it I like all of the things

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you have learned over the last fortnight. Now, here is what else

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is coming up on the show: Vik Reefs has everyone guessing

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what they are saying on Shooting with the Stars.

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And Village SOS. June Brown gets emotional on Who Do You Think You A

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are? Can you leave me alone for a moment? Lots of great stuff coming

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up. First, we have to see what Wayne has for the tples today.

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-- tipples today. I have a tweet finally. What have

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you got coming up? We have heatwave coolers. A lovely drink with

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tequila and a traditional granita that is stunning.

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Lovely. We look forward to that later on. Simon, what are you

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cooking for the first meal back? The first dish back is the stuffed

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The first dish back is the stuffed courgette flower.

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We have honey, flour, lemon, pine nets, our courgettes with the

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flowers on and the Ricotta that is the filling.

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Now, Amanda, you are starting the first task of the day.

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Mind if I move this? Not at all. So, the Ricotta is in there, the

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next thing to do is to give the pine nuts a chop. These are my

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favourite nuts. I love a pine nut. Nice technique. I like it. Would

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you have done that, Tim? I would have done that, but I always think

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that pine nuts smell of toilet paper.

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Do you sniff toilet paper? Is it a habit.

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It's been in my life for a long time. It is a habit.

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What food did you eat in the States? A stunning restaurant was

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in San Francisco. There was an oriental fusion restaurant. So,

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Chinese, with a bit of Thai. The food is fantastic over there.

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Having said that, the good food is brilliant and the bad food is awful.

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Yes, the junk food. But I like their junk food. It is

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better than our food. The breakfasts over there! The portions

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are just way too big? No! Yes, of course I did.

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Did you take in a movie over there? That is what you have to do in

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America, to see the films before they are out over here.

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My wife took the kids to see Harry Potter.

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But that is over here? I know, but that is what they wanted to see.

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Did you buy things that you can't get over there -- here that you can

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get there? I know that Simon did, the bright grown trainers.

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They are old school, Simon, that they are! Hold on, did anyone say

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cut. I hear there has been a bit of misbehaving going on.

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We don't want the juice, just the zest.

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What's the cheese bit? The Ricotta. We are talking about tofu taking on

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flavours, Ricotta is doing the same here. It is a neutral cheese. With

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the pine nuts and the lemon, they are adding the flavours.

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But it brings it all together. feel like I'm doing all of hard

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work. Tim is doing nothing! Tim is going to start work now! Tim, crack

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an egg and whisk all of that cold water into there quickly.

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It is sparkling water it helps to keep the batter crispy.

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Then we add a touch of baking powder and some flour.

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Serious whisking. Good team. Did you take in sporting events

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while you were there? What did you do while you were

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there? Do you know what I discovered at my ripe old age. I

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discovered body boarding! Really? What is your top tip? My West

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Indies went, I thought I was too old.

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You are never too old! I loved it. It is good fun, isn't it? So, you

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were Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz? What was the biggest wave you

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caught? It was probably about seven feet. I was living the dream.

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It was the size of a house?! You do live the dream over there. It is

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another world. You find yourself using their

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expressions, slightly embarrassing, too.

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They have lost their credit rating over there since you left.

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We have downgraded the country! know! Now, back to cooking. That is

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the batter, nice and then. Then, what we do, Amanda, these are our

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lovely courgette flowers, we want to stuff the centre here. So we get

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the teaspoon and pop it in there. You want probably two teaspoons. It

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needs to be, so that when it is in there that you can twist the top.

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Cool! I don't think I have seen a courage the flower before. It is so

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pretty. Too pretty to eat. So, just two teaspoons, Simon?

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need to rattle on with these. Tim, what you can do is now holding the

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courgette, it goes into the batter like that. Give it a good coating,

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shake off the excess and then straight into the furore. -- fryer.

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Where was the best place that you loved, liked? I love san

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San Francisco. I used to live there. So did he for four days! The best

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place I went to was san Fiskow, the farm -- San Francisco, the best

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place I love was the farmer's market.

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You were in house, the garden was? The beech.

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Now I have this... I brought this over there.

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Did you find that American chocolate tastes of cheese.

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I know, I don't like their chocolate, but this is strawberry

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and rhubarb jam. Taste that, it is glorious! That is delicious. Really

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going to use that in some way. This I bought for you, Tim. Big Hunk.

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You know it! He knows it big fella. We are American, awesome! Cheese

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right there. It says low fat. I was thinking of you. I am ripped.

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Boys, what are you like! anyone's followed this at home,

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congratulations. Obviously, you can get all the details of the recipe

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on the website which you will probably need to. These are frying

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away. Whenever we fry stuff this is fresh oil, fresh oil is the worst

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thing for colouring things up, you want a bit of impurity in there, so

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this will look pale but the flavour will be good. These are frying so

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you have the softness of the courgette flower, covered with the

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batter but you want a small amount of the batter. We have the ricotta.

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Isn't it going to melt? It will hold. If you did something that

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melted you have to have so much batter on it, it will be too heavy

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for the flower. Ricotta doesn't melt? It just softens, that's all

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that happens. If you were to put it in a pan and put loads of heat it

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will eventually melt. We are protecting it with the batter, like

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an ice-cream fritter. More pinenuts here as well. We fish out our our

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courgette flowers. Which would be browner. That's the one that's just

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gone in. Don't eat that one. We need an uneven number on there. If

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you have contaminated oil they will hold up better. On to there and

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sprinkle with a little bit of pepper and salt. Smells delicious.

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All we do then to garnish them is lay these three lovely flowers on

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there. The top one is the one we are going to eat. We are going to

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dribble a bit of honey here, so we get that lovely sweetness at the

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end. Go for it. What you have is the slight bit of - it's a delicate

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batter, the flowers and that lovely lemony pinenut and honey finishes

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it. Wow. What are you doing for main course? A simple chicken curry.

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It tastes like dessert, so good. That's good. It's delicious. As

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always, you can get all the recipes on our website. Time to have a look

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at the new series of Shooting Stars, my favourite, and Vic and Bob are

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on form, as always, it's Tight's Pick a category from above. Steel.

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Good choice. Mr Reeves, who should be here, and he is, as always, will

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sing a song in a club style. Listen carefully, can you tell what song

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I know it. What was it, James? I have no idea.

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Bridget? Come on Let's Twist Again. I was singing Making Your Mind Up

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by Bucks Fizz. Let's hear that properly in the style of a

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Yorkshire steel worker. # First you got to roll it out

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# You look around # Then you will find it's time to

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Still the highlight of Thai career being on -- of my Career being on

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Shooting Stars and you can see that tomorrow night on BBC two at

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10.00pm. Bob went to me, Tim, true or false no man has ever enjoyed a

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family holiday? He is a funny boy. Your answer was?

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I said true. I can't remember whether it was true or false. I

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thought it was funny. He is a comic genius. Our first guest began her

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career in Bollywood became she stars in Hollyoaks, Spooks and

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Primeval and Strictly Come Dancing. You are going to laugh about that

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all day. She's now on our screens as a surgeon in Holby City. You

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might remember her from her days as an Earls Park FC WAG in Footballers

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Wives. Oops. How funny. I hear we are

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seated together. Perfect. Never mind, darling, the dress looks

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completely different on me. I see what you mean. I am happy we are

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sitting together. We are on the same team now. Yeah, Frank's very

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excited. Conrad has been telling me all about your your wedding. Don't

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you listen to what people are saying, I think you should be very

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proud. Saucer of milk! Laila Rouass,

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welcome to the show. Footballers Wives obviously based on real wags.

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At the time that was probably Ulrika and Delalio. Why did they

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get rid of it. The storylines were getting more absurd, you would read

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it and think there's no chance this is going to work. It's not as

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absurd as real life. That's the thing, we later learn they're up to

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a lot more than we were up to. But it just got a bit much and you

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think - the funny thing is within that footballers world life it

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worked and it's believable. footballers started watching it and

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going this is what we should do. This is what we should be doing.

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are missing out here, they're having more fun. What was the most

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ridiculous storyline, there were quite a few. Loads, but I think the

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one that stands out is when Tanya baby-swapped, swapped my baby with

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hers and because I am darker and I wanted a DNA test on hers so she

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started fake tanning my baby so I would think..., it was bizarre.

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did she swap babies? She was having an affair with my husband but

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married to somebody else, we were pregnant at the same time and I was

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convinced her baby was not my husband's so I wanted it DNA tested.

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That happened! That happened at Leicester City, it did happen!

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swapping babies is what you got out of that and not the fake tanning of

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the child. That happened as well, at Derby County? Victoria has done

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that to Harper apparently, so she would like more LA! The rumours on

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the street it's going to be turned into a musical. I have heard, they

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did Bad Girls and I think it would be amazing. They're doing

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everything a musical, Batman. Spiderman. When are they going to

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do Happy Mondays the musicals. would see that. Can you sing?

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wouldn't be able to go on stage and do that. What would you sing about?

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Tanning babies. Clothes. Gosh, I would love to see that. Would you

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do it if you were asked? At the time you think this is bizarre, you

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look back and it was such a great time. You would never get a job

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like that again. The characters were OTT, shot in the summer in

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amazing locations, the clothes were crazy. So, yeah, I might do but

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it's hard work doing musicals. It's hard work doing Holby. Let's talk

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about that, you are a something... Cardiothoracic. Cardiothoracic,

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darling. My mother is terribly proud because she's always wanted

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me to be a tkrpb and -- to be a doctor and this is the closest you

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are ever going to get. That's what I say to my daughters, I am like

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get into medicine. I am like that. It's nothing like medicine, but

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obviously you are doing a lot of pretending so you have to be around

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medical people sometimes? We always have a cardiothoracic doing theatre

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scenes. I spent a day at the heart hospital following around one of

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their top cardiothoracics. I haven't been into theatre, into a

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real operation yet but I would like to. At the time, before I started

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the show, I thought I am not going to be able to handle it but once

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you get on set and see the blood and gore I think I would be able to

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handle it. Are you squeamish? be, but doing the show toughens you

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up. Medicine does look a fun job, is that the right word? It's tough.

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I met an eye surgeon the other day, he fascinated me the way he pops

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the eyes out. You don't meet these people and when you do you are

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completely... When they do heart surgery, I am asking you like you

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are an expert now. What's he going to ask me! Sometimes I go out to

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buy lunch or whatever and I am in my scrubs which I am not allowed.

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Cars stop, the respect you get is unbelievable. I am dreading a heart

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attack or something. When you do the heart surgery don't they have

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to cut through the ribcage. Yeah, you do, but not on the show.

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said we! Have you got all the medical jargon down? No, it's like

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another language. Sometimes a whole paragraph is just medical terms.

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you ever mess it up? All the time. The great thing is doing theatre

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you have the masks on so if you mess it up you can dub it. That's a

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I get it. She needs to be prepped, just wait ago referral. Looking for

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someone? Still here, but not for long, being discharged today. That

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is if you can manage it. Morning. Have you two met? Just been

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transferred, Clare. You can call her nurse Jones. You want me to

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discharge her? You think I engineered this crash to push the

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two of you back into each other's arms? The pack of lies you told

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obviously worked. I get it, cut it out. Excellent. All yours.

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Suits you the scrubs. They look comfy. You want some. I had to wear

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some when my ex-wife had a C- section and you feel like George

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Clooney, look at me! It's all about me, not her! Let me hold that baby.

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So, you are in a movie as well. You have a new movie coming out, Conan

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the Barbarian. You are his mum. am his mummy, yes I give birth to

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her in the battlefield because she was a real fighter. She's in battle

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and Ron who plays the father, he delivers the baby and I name the

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baby Conan. It's a big screen movie. It's a big screen movie. I think

:28:31.:28:36.

it's end of August. I watched the trailer, it looks good. A lot of

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CGI stuff. A lot of CGI. Who plays Conan? Jason, this beautiful

:28:45.:28:50.

spesman of a man -- spes man of a man. He could be your son. They're

:28:50.:28:54.

doing a big premiere here? I am not sure. They did one in LA but I am

:28:54.:29:00.

not sure if they're doing one here. You die early on. I die because I

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give birth to him, otherwise the movie doesn't start! And there's no

:29:05.:29:13.

Conan. We look forward to seeing that. It's fun. Not you dying.

:29:13.:29:18.

the movie. The movie in general. Nice happy interview, about death

:29:18.:29:26.

and operations! If you want to ask Laila a question or Calvin Harris

:29:26.:29:35.

you can tweet or e-mail us through the website. First day with the new

:29:35.:29:39.

teeth! It's Simon's jetlag. Remember to send in your name,

:29:39.:29:44.

please. Time to put your thinking caps on and guess what year The

:29:44.:29:49.

Beautiful South topped the charts with A Little Time, I love that

:29:49.:29:59.
:29:59.:30:01.

song and these new events that took # I need a little space just on my

:30:01.:30:08.

#. Her supporters and opponents can agree about one thing when this

:30:08.:30:12.

morning Mrs Thatcher announced her intention to resign it was an

:30:12.:30:16.

historic moment, the end of an era in British politics. At least 32

:30:16.:30:21.

people have been injured in a serious riot at Strangeways Prison,

:30:21.:30:24.

hundreds took over the main cell block and others climbed on to the

:30:24.:30:30.

roof. They're protesting about prison conditions. L Nelson Mandela

:30:30.:30:35.

walked out of prison with his wife after 27 years in captivity. He

:30:35.:30:45.
:30:45.:30:49.

says he wants all South Africans to If only you were smart enough to

:30:49.:30:59.
:30:59.:31:08.

get this machine to print out this Hey! Hey, Ken, we've cracked it!

:31:08.:31:14.

Right, Deja View time, Simon, you have not done this for a couple of

:31:15.:31:19.

weeks, what year is this? I can't take part in this, I know the year.

:31:19.:31:25.

I know the year from a few of the things.

:31:25.:31:31.

Mandela, there. I think it would be good if we let

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the women ruled -- rule the world. What do you think? Do you think

:31:36.:31:41.

that we rule the world, Tim. Men? Well, we are in the power.

:31:41.:31:46.

Obviously, we don't rule marriages, women do. You are testament to

:31:46.:31:53.

that! But the world, Barack Obama, David Cameron, he's a man.

:31:53.:31:57.

Interesting concept. Let's give it to the ladies, let

:31:57.:32:03.

them have a go. They will organise it, won't they? They will get it

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sorted. 86? 86? Fantastic that is as good

:32:11.:32:15.

as the Liverpool crack. That is fantastic. Who has gotten

:32:16.:32:20.

their photo tonne the fridge? The food was good last week.

:32:20.:32:27.

Actually, speaking of women of the world, Angela was good. I took her

:32:27.:32:33.

to the Anfield game. She met Stevie afterwards.

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This is Alexander and Helen from Belgium. They made Angela's

:32:42.:32:44.

meatballs. He looks very happy.

:32:44.:32:54.
:32:54.:32:57.

This is JJ Snely from Croydon in Surrey. He made Angela's cake but

:32:57.:33:04.

instead of amaretto he used a Spanish sherry.

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Lovely. They got married a couple of months

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ago, she is already not in the pictures! Just an observation! This

:33:18.:33:28.
:33:28.:33:30.

is an artist, Paul Harvey. He made Angela's meatballs and Wayne's

:33:30.:33:38.

drink. Stuckist is an international art movement against conceptual art.

:33:38.:33:44.

Oh,? You don't understand that, do you? I don't know. Is it against

:33:44.:33:49.

traditional art? Maybe Paul can tweet us and let us know what it

:33:49.:33:59.

really is. OK. Is it you or me, Tim? Me! If wow

:33:59.:34:08.

want to cook some of our dishes, send in your photos. Send us a

:34:08.:34:18.

photo and if you want to ask some questions, go to [email protected] and you

:34:18.:34:21.

can e-mail us at bbc.co.uk/somethingfortheweekend.

:34:21.:34:31.
:34:31.:34:33.

Now, the main course. We have peace, yuing hurt, -- yoghurt, chicken,

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curry powder. This is a dish I made when you have a bag of random

:34:38.:34:42.

ingredients. It is really simple. I thought we should do this on the

:34:42.:34:46.

thought we should do this on the show as it is so easy to do.

:34:46.:34:51.

First things first. We have onions first. Caramelise them so they are

:34:51.:34:58.

rich in flavour. The chicken, Tim, cut them down the middle and make

:34:58.:35:04.

it big chunks of meat. I always believe in big chunks so they don't

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break down too much. There we go with the flour, cumin, salt, pepper,

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all like that. The footie starts today, Tim? The football season

:35:17.:35:24.

does indeed start today. Who would you like to win the Shield.

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I want City to win. You? I think that I want City to win. Bol ety

:35:30.:35:37.

has become my favourite flair. You have missed his antics. What

:35:37.:35:44.

has he been doing? Look it up on the web. The man is amazing. He is

:35:44.:35:50.

City's Italian striker, he is extravagant, individual... Yeah,

:35:50.:35:55.

one of the best clips to ook at is him putting on his training bib. It

:35:55.:36:00.

is great. He tried to show boat goal, but it

:36:00.:36:06.

didn't go in, he was taken off. Now, the flour, we are putting this

:36:06.:36:12.

on the chicken to make it nice and crispy, and adding more flavour

:36:12.:36:16.

with the cumin. We are going to seal off the chick no-one the hot

:36:16.:36:23.

pan. So, get rid of all of that and we are to chop the mouli. We are

:36:23.:36:29.

chopping it into batons. So we get the piece of mouli and you want to

:36:29.:36:35.

cut down like that. And then simply cut it into batons

:36:35.:36:39.

like so. Who do you think is going to win

:36:39.:36:46.

the League, then? I have to go with Liverpool! Brilliant! He is so good.

:36:46.:36:53.

It has to be our year soon! Now that King Kenny is back. It is

:36:53.:36:57.

exciting. This time last year I was feeling unhappy with everything to

:36:57.:37:07.
:37:07.:37:09.

do with my Football Club, now there is that excitement to see around it.

:37:09.:37:14.

You have old school management. We have young kids and Robbie back at

:37:14.:37:17.

the club. So, are you going to win the

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League? Of course we are. There is no question about it. Some of the

:37:22.:37:28.

bookies have already paid out! they? I like your enthusiasm for

:37:28.:37:32.

it! I think it will be an interesting season. I love it when

:37:32.:37:37.

the footie season is back. You get the frisson.

:37:37.:37:42.

It is so good though, Liverpool are back, Spurs are good, Arsenal is

:37:42.:37:46.

good City are going to challenge. United are going to challenge every

:37:47.:37:52.

year. So, where are these going? They go in with the onions. The

:37:52.:37:57.

onions, the mouli, this is a simple, simple curry, one of the easiest we

:37:57.:38:03.

have ever done. That That is really nice. I like that

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Have I ever tried this before? Maybe when Louise was on the show?

:38:10.:38:16.

It is a raw flavour. That would be great in salad?

:38:16.:38:23.

Lovely. Lovely with pickley things. A big shortage of coconut in the

:38:23.:38:29.

world. So we are struggling to get hofld coconut cream.

:38:29.:38:38.

Why? Too much rain, the coconuts have not performed. Coconut cream

:38:38.:38:43.

has been made a long time in advance if you can't get it

:38:43.:38:50.

desiccated coconut is good or leave it out and add in cream.

:38:50.:38:54.

But that goes in with the delicious mouli.

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So, the onions, the mouli and the coconut.

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Can you use coconut milk? Yes, you can, but the nice thing about the

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cream is that it is thicker. That goes in, in goes the stock and

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the curry powder. Bring it up to the boil and simmer it for about

:39:14.:39:20.

ten to 15 minutes. That is all it is a quick-cook curry. This, as it

:39:20.:39:26.

stands now is delicious. That is just with the co nut in it, but we

:39:26.:39:31.

are turning it into something slightly more acidic in it.

:39:31.:39:36.

It has split a bit. It is OK, coconut has lots of oil

:39:36.:39:40.

in there, but we are adding delicious yoghurt into there.

:39:40.:39:45.

Oh, that is delicious. Now, we are adding acidity into it

:39:45.:39:48.

and peas, really for the colour as much as anything.

:39:48.:39:54.

That is so nice. Can you give it a stir for me?

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course I can. All we do is get the rice ready,

:39:58.:40:03.

serve it with a little bit of rice on the bottom like that and simply

:40:03.:40:07.

spoon some of this delicious curry on to the top. You can see the big

:40:07.:40:15.

pieces of chicken o are what we want if they are too small we lose

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them. Hi ladies! Hello! What was that?

:40:24.:40:34.
:40:34.:40:39.

know, men, food! We have turned into a sort of 60s vicar -type

:40:39.:40:49.

programme! I am a curry freak. This is delicious.

:40:49.:40:52.

Hmm! Really good. That is really good.

:40:52.:40:57.

This is the one that will be on the fridge this week. That is delicious.

:40:57.:41:05.

Now, the pomegranate in that is good. Better than a raisen! What

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are we making for desert? A lemon and pistachio cake.

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I am making that! That and all of the recipes are on the website at

:41:19.:41:23.

bbc.co.uk/somethingfortheweekend. It is the same address if you want

:41:23.:41:30.

to e-mail questions for Laila or indeed Calvin, or you can also

:41:30.:41:38.

tweet us at [email protected] Now, another new series, property

:41:38.:41:43.

guru Sarah Beeny is on hand to help people help themselves in Village

:41:43.:41:45.

people help themselves in Village SOS.

:41:45.:41:54.

The Brecon Beacons in Mid Wales attracts millions of people ayear.

:41:54.:41:59.

This village, once known as the jewel of the Black Mountains, this

:41:59.:42:07.

area has lost its shadow. It lives in the shadow of its more popular

:42:07.:42:13.

neighbours, Hay-on-Wye and Brecon. This street was once bustling with

:42:13.:42:17.

thriving businesses. A clothes shop and barber's were all open for

:42:17.:42:22.

trade. There is no doubt it is a beautiful town. There are many

:42:22.:42:29.

successful shops here, but if the tourists continue to drive through,

:42:29.:42:35.

then Talgarth will become another ghost town, but there is a life

:42:36.:42:41.

line. In the centre of the town there is an 18th century mill. It

:42:41.:42:47.

was a busy hub, groinding corn from all of the local -- grinneding corn

:42:47.:42:52.

from all of the local farms, but the mill has ground to a halt since

:42:52.:42:58.

19of 6. It is now derelict. A group of locals think that the middle

:42:58.:43:06.

could be spectacular. -- 1966.

:43:06.:43:13.

Former engineer moved to Talgarth because he is inspired by the town

:43:13.:43:18.

and what the mill could do for it. So, this is it, there will be

:43:18.:43:22.

people sat around, enjoying beautiful food, coffee. Down at the

:43:22.:43:27.

end of the yard at this little door there will be this magical

:43:27.:43:34.

machinery. You can catch Village SOS with

:43:34.:43:43.

Sarah Beeny at 8.00pm on BBC One. Our next guest is the superstar DJ

:43:43.:43:50.

who burst on to the scenes in 1986. He has worked with the likes of

:43:50.:43:55.

Kelis and Dizzee Rascal. He has produced three number one singles.

:43:55.:43:59.

# I get all the girls, I get all the girls

:43:59.:44:03.

# I get all the girls I get all the girls

:44:03.:44:09.

# I get all the girls, I get all the girls. #

:44:09.:44:19.

# I'm ready for the weekend # Oh,, I put on my shoes and I'm

:44:19.:44:27.

ready for the weekend. # # If I see a light flashing

:44:27.:44:34.

# Could this mean that I'm coming # If I see a man waiving, does this

:44:34.:44:40.

mean that I'm not alone. # # Hands to the sky and throw your

:44:40.:44:50.
:44:50.:44:52.

head back. # Love it. Welcome back to Something For The

:44:52.:44:56.

Weekend, Calvin Harris, I love that tune. What is that about that

:44:56.:45:01.

video? It is about a crazy guy going crazy in Las Vegas.

:45:01.:45:08.

I said it was Las Vegas! Is it like old town Las Vegas? Yes, I guess so.

:45:08.:45:12.

He makes his way through the stip and does things.

:45:12.:45:19.

So, let's talk about Las Vegas, first, how much sleep have you had?

:45:19.:45:23.

Since when?! Since you woke up? I've been having short spells over

:45:23.:45:29.

the past week. I have had a gig every day. One day was two gigs. In

:45:29.:45:33.

the last three days been an hour and 50 mince.

:45:33.:45:43.
:45:43.:45:45.

My heart has slowed down to a rate which I am barely alive. Breathing.

:45:45.:45:49.

And everything's just slowed down in my head. So you feel like you

:45:49.:45:53.

are in the Matrix or something? If I was to shoot you with something

:45:53.:45:58.

now you could... I would probably just collapse. Or go underwater, if

:45:58.:46:03.

you slowed your heart rate right down you could take one really deep

:46:03.:46:09.

breath. Do not try this at home children! The deep fat frier.

:46:09.:46:17.

not. That's another show. You have been in Ibiza. Vegas and Valencia.

:46:17.:46:23.

The Big Chill last night. How was it? Good. I was all right. Sell

:46:23.:46:30.

yourself! It was a good festival, I enjoyed it. We get back to that

:46:30.:46:34.

Vegas thing because you are spending time there, you have a

:46:34.:46:39.

residency there. At the Beach Club and Excess. It's a tough life.

:46:39.:46:45.

What's going on in Vegas, a huge dance scene out there? Suddenly

:46:45.:46:49.

America loves dance music. They discovered it a couple of years ago

:46:50.:46:55.

when David Gower went massive and it's huge now for DJs. Is it like

:46:55.:46:59.

European dance music? A lot of that and a lot of American as well. It's

:46:59.:47:06.

big. What sort of people, is Vegas like Ibiza for them. Vegas has more

:47:06.:47:10.

resident DJs than Ibiza, that's how huge it is there. What sort of

:47:10.:47:14.

people are going there, kids from kal foreign why and stuff --

:47:14.:47:18.

California and stuff. I guess so, people go to Vegas, it's a holiday

:47:18.:47:25.

destination. It's like a resort vibe. What's your favourite, Vegas,

:47:25.:47:33.

Herefordshire. You know Vegas, everyone is going generally to have

:47:33.:47:40.

fun. And not sleep. Do you play the same tracks in Ibiza or Vegas?

:47:40.:47:44.

I never play the same tracks from day to day anyway. Vegas is

:47:45.:47:48.

slightly more commercial, I guess. What's happening in the dance music

:47:48.:47:53.

scene at the moment, is it a vibrant place to be? Do you not

:47:53.:47:57.

know, Tim? I do, but I am just asking the questions. You raver

:47:57.:48:03.

you! I am giving Calvin the platform. Everyone seems to like it

:48:03.:48:06.

at the moment. It's good. Good for me, good for everyone. Everyone

:48:06.:48:10.

likes to have fun. Brilliant. You have been touring in the US but you

:48:10.:48:17.

have also been touring in Australia with little known singer called

:48:17.:48:22.

Rihanna. Yeah, I did two weeks at the start of the year with her.

:48:22.:48:28.

good was that? Great. I have been reading in the papers, she's always

:48:28.:48:32.

hardly wearing anything. That's why I don't read the papers. Good. Is

:48:32.:48:39.

she nice? She's great. I spoke to her three times. She's very nice.

:48:39.:48:43.

So, from that I am going to say she's very nice. That's the way to

:48:43.:48:46.

be. Your new single, you have decided to sing on it. This is one

:48:46.:48:51.

of those things, sometimes you sing on your tracks, sometimes you don't.

:48:51.:48:56.

How do you decide whether to sing or not. I don't like singing live,

:48:56.:49:01.

I don't do that any more. I am DJing and not playing live,

:49:01.:49:06.

sometimes you do a track and it might work. Why don't you like

:49:06.:49:10.

singing live? Not very good at it. It's the performance aspect of

:49:10.:49:16.

being a singer isn't really the one for me. I like mixing and I like

:49:16.:49:21.

making the sound, rather than singing. Do you look at frontmen

:49:21.:49:26.

now and go wow, they're a great frontman, Liam Gallagher or

:49:26.:49:32.

somebody, you think that Guy's got it because you know how hard it is?

:49:32.:49:37.

Yeah... Have you taken singing lessons? I was all right. I am not

:49:37.:49:40.

going to beat myself up about it too much, I was good. I am better

:49:40.:49:46.

at making music and DJ-ing, I am doing that instead. Just talking to

:49:46.:49:51.

you before, when you first decided to go live, you got your record

:49:51.:49:56.

deal, dance music now goes live and puts on a performance. What were

:49:56.:50:01.

your thoughts, I have to put a band together, how does it work? It was

:50:01.:50:05.

something like Faithless, they had done it for years and had been

:50:05.:50:10.

successful, so I just made it - tried to make it like that. When

:50:10.:50:14.

you are live how much is live and how much is backing track? Back

:50:14.:50:20.

then, I don't know, maybe 30% backing, but it gradually increased

:50:20.:50:26.

the more I realised that I wanted to DJ because it's hard to

:50:26.:50:34.

replicate things like subbass live and for dance music it needs to hit

:50:34.:50:37.

you, that's why it eventually stopped. I don't think it really

:50:37.:50:42.

works. Let's look at your new single. And see what you are all

:50:42.:50:52.
:50:52.:51:24.

Brilliant. You can sing. I know I can sing, but it's just the

:51:25.:51:30.

frontman thing. Anyway, I am DJ-ing, I am much better and I can do the

:51:30.:51:33.

hand movements. Like that, Tim can do that. We have a gadget later

:51:33.:51:39.

which you are going to do some... saw that. It's good. Cool. Third

:51:39.:51:43.

album you are working on now. Working on it. Any good

:51:44.:51:49.

collaborations? Loads. Can you tell us who? No. It's a big surprise.

:51:49.:51:58.

Really? Who is your dream collaboration with? Um... Herbie

:51:58.:52:08.

Hancock. Really? John Lennon. know Holly Valueence - it's in the

:52:08.:52:15.

papers today. Is it? Don't do that to him. There it is. Says she wants

:52:15.:52:21.

to collaborate with him. So do I. It's in it's paper, must be true.

:52:21.:52:25.

We are collaborating on a crab salad later. That's the dream right

:52:25.:52:32.

there! All right. Thanks, Calvin. He will be staying to cook up some

:52:32.:52:42.
:52:42.:52:42.

dish with us, so you can tweet or e-mail us if you have any questions

:52:42.:52:46.

and please don't forget to put your name. Still lots to come on the

:52:46.:52:53.

show, including cocktails, gadgets and all of this.

:52:53.:52:58.

June Brown finds the grave of a relative in who do you think you

:52:58.:53:07.

are? Simon's cooking crab and tofu salad.

:53:07.:53:17.
:53:17.:53:19.

A deadly snake in Deadly 60 On A Mission.

:53:19.:53:26.

Laila Rouass has joined me. And Conan barbarian's mum. You have

:53:26.:53:31.

joined us for cooking, how is your cooking these days? Not great but I

:53:31.:53:34.

love to eat and that can be a problem when you can't cook very

:53:34.:53:40.

well. You are Indian and Moroccan, what sort of food did you grow up

:53:40.:53:45.

eating? Lots of Lebanese. My mum specialised, she was a cook and

:53:45.:53:48.

special specialised in Lebanese food, so Moroccan food, couscous

:53:49.:53:54.

and I lived in east London, a very Asian area, curries were part and

:53:54.:53:59.

parcel. In Britain, until sort of probably ten, 15 years ago,

:53:59.:54:04.

Lebanese food, nobody really ate a great load, now it's massively

:54:04.:54:07.

popular. It's healthy as well. There's not much that's fried, well

:54:07.:54:11.

some is, but you have the sort of option to bake it. It's balanced,

:54:11.:54:15.

that lovely freshness. Fresh is what it is. It is fresh. I was

:54:16.:54:19.

filming in Syria for two months and the food is similar to that, and

:54:19.:54:23.

you can taste the difference, you know when it's fresh, the fish,

:54:23.:54:28.

just the ingredients. It must be good to open up a Lebanese

:54:28.:54:31.

restaurant because there can't be that much prep, is there? There is,

:54:31.:54:36.

because it's lots of little bits. You don't make one bit of

:54:36.:54:39.

everything, there's the pastry, fillings, there is a lot. You would

:54:39.:54:46.

love it, a lot of chopping. Always your favourite. Always love a bit

:54:46.:54:50.

of chopping, Tim. So we are going to make a cake. We are going to

:54:50.:54:58.

make a lemon and pistachio cake, we have Vanilla, baking powder, lemons,

:54:58.:55:03.

flour. Here we have eggs and sugar we have beaten like crazy. The

:55:03.:55:08.

frosting is Vanilla, cream and in there we have icing sugar and

:55:08.:55:12.

butter, which is where we are going to start. We need to do that, keep

:55:13.:55:16.

working it and it will come together relatively quickly. You

:55:16.:55:26.
:55:26.:55:30.

can be vicious with it, you are butchery course? Yes, once I get a

:55:30.:55:34.

few days or couple of weeks I am going on a course, I spent a day

:55:34.:55:43.

with an amazing butcher, love his meats and I really got into it.

:55:43.:55:48.

don't know Jack. He is based in Selfridges. The beef has a marble

:55:48.:55:55.

colour to it. How do you get that? You don't eat meat though. I love

:55:55.:56:00.

meat, I don't eat pork. What made you do that? Generally people want

:56:00.:56:05.

to know where their food's come from. How far do you go, do you get

:56:05.:56:11.

a whole animal? When I was at Jack I did a rack of lamb, learned how

:56:11.:56:16.

to cut up the carcass. Did you enjoy it? Loved it. I can't wait to

:56:16.:56:21.

do it. You would like it as well. There's something really exciting

:56:21.:56:25.

about learning how an animal is put together. Yeah. Learning how to

:56:25.:56:29.

kind close to the bone to fillet things and where to cut through the

:56:29.:56:33.

bone so you are getting the good cuts. It's exciting to do. Yeah and

:56:33.:56:36.

you are learning so much. I am going to add a dash of cream in

:56:36.:56:41.

there. You can really work that now. Have you ever done a butchery -

:56:42.:56:48.

could you do it? Bits and Bobs. I could find my way around a beast.

:56:48.:56:53.

When you see good butchery it's incredible. What about fish

:56:53.:56:57.

filleting, are you an expert? do it, I think again I would hate

:56:57.:57:02.

to say I am an expert, when you see people who spend their entire

:57:02.:57:08.

life... The sushi guys, the art they go into is unbelievable.

:57:08.:57:15.

a dying art. The way in which they do it and they have - it's one of

:57:15.:57:19.

the big things with butchery is that consistency, if you are going

:57:19.:57:24.

to cut a load of steaks you want to make sure they're perfect, all the

:57:24.:57:29.

same. That's the frosting done, this will go into the bag for later.

:57:29.:57:36.

If it seems it's too sloppy, you can either add more icing sugar or

:57:36.:57:39.

pop this into the fridge for a while and it will stiffen up, but

:57:39.:57:45.

not too long. This is butter and icing sugar and Vanilla. And cream

:57:45.:57:51.

to soften it, you don't necessarily need to have that. That's nice,

:57:51.:57:54.

have a taste of that. Dip your finger in, you are allowed we are

:57:54.:57:59.

not going to use that bowl. The cake, in here we have the eggs and

:57:59.:58:04.

sugar. We whisk and whisk and add a little bit of Vanilla in there.

:58:04.:58:08.

like these machines, they're good. Great. Why do it by hand when you

:58:08.:58:14.

can do this. Zest one of those lemons. And chuck the zest in there

:58:14.:58:18.

and equally, we will then cut the lemon in half and squeeze the juice

:58:18.:58:25.

in there as well. This has been going for a good five six minutes.

:58:25.:58:32.

Prior to this? Prior to this. You want a huge volume, so it's really

:58:32.:58:36.

quite delicious. What's in there? Eggs and sugar, that's all that's

:58:36.:58:42.

happened, it's nice and big and vanilla as well. Beautiful. That

:58:42.:58:47.

goes in and the juice out of that that as well. This is what is

:58:47.:58:53.

called a hot milk cake. This is an American technique. What happens

:58:53.:58:59.

from this point with this still running, just turn it down a little.

:58:59.:59:04.

Here we have milk and butter brought to scalding point, just

:59:04.:59:07.

below boiling. Pour that in gently and it will start to bring it all

:59:07.:59:16.

together. Why have you stood back? What's the purpose of this? Now we

:59:16.:59:20.

have warmth in there so starting to begin to gently cook out the eggs,

:59:20.:59:29.

we have volume and fat in there. We are getting a really delicious

:59:29.:59:33.

volominous cake. What would be the difference with cold milk? It would

:59:33.:59:37.

still work but the heat changes the chemical composition. The fats are

:59:37.:59:40.

coming together so the fats combine with the eggs and sugar and create

:59:40.:59:44.

a chemical reaction that's keeping that volume volume there. It's all

:59:44.:59:49.

science. It's all about the science. Desserts are science. Then what we

:59:49.:59:55.

do is drain this fella off. This is a nice wet mix at the moment. Then

:59:55.:00:01.

you dip in all of that flour and our baking powder and quickly

:00:01.:00:09.

combine it. This is the time now as soon as it's come together then you

:00:09.:00:19.
:00:19.:00:19.

stop. Pistachios go in as well. That already looks yum. Delicious.

:00:19.:00:25.

It's a really nice mix. It will be quite heavy batter, but it smells

:00:25.:00:28.

delicious as well. There's something about warming the milk

:00:28.:00:38.
:00:38.:00:47.

What is the difference between a dense cake and a lighter cake?

:00:47.:00:51.

you want a light cake, what you do is have lots of things like oil

:00:51.:00:57.

that you whisk. It is about whisking. You need volume, so the

:00:57.:01:00.

bigger the volume, the lighter it will be.

:01:00.:01:04.

So all of that goes in like that and we cook this fella out for

:01:04.:01:08.

about 50 minutes until it is done in the middle. Lovely. Now, this is

:01:08.:01:13.

the cake that we have. This is where it gets to be Generation Game,

:01:13.:01:18.

Laila. Are you right-handed or left-handed? Right.

:01:18.:01:23.

So put your hand like that. That is beautiful. What we are going to do

:01:23.:01:28.

is we want you to go round in a circle.

:01:28.:01:34.

Oh, God. Beautiful, a steady hand.

:01:34.:01:40.

You clearly didn't go out last night? No, I didn't.

:01:40.:01:45.

Just keep going around. Do you ever make deserts? No. I'm

:01:45.:01:47.

not very good with all of this stuff.

:01:47.:01:54.

What we have to do now is keep the tension... I'm going to change your

:01:54.:02:04.
:02:04.:02:06.

bag for you. As they say in Holby City! Obviously you want to cover

:02:06.:02:12.

the top of this. To garnish this we have lots of lovely fruit in it.

:02:12.:02:17.

What about that bit there? We are going to fill it with fruit. We

:02:17.:02:24.

have slightly thick lines on there. So you are looking for all of that

:02:24.:02:30.

in there. Then the final touch is candid lemon peel on there.

:02:30.:02:35.

My daughter would love that So, let's cut slices for everybody.

:02:35.:02:45.
:02:45.:02:51.

For you, chef. Very civilised.

:02:51.:02:59.

For you, Calvin. Good manners ruins good food, go

:02:59.:03:08.

for it! So, you get the lovely pistachio in there.

:03:08.:03:14.

It is quite bready, isn't it. Yes, good description. Sorry it is

:03:14.:03:17.

a little bit dry to do a link with of the

:03:17.:03:24.

Coming up, Wayne Collins's summer ginnita and Calvin is cooking our

:03:24.:03:29.

final dish. What is that, Simon? We are doing a

:03:29.:03:35.

crab and tofu salad. Time to head down memory lain, can you guess the

:03:35.:03:44.

year that this all happened in Deja View.

:03:44.:03:51.

View. # I built of time to think it over.

:03:51.:03:55.

# When this morning Margaret Thatcher announced her intention to

:03:56.:04:01.

resign, it was an historic moment, the end of an era in British

:04:01.:04:07.

politics. A series of riots in Strangeways

:04:07.:04:12.

Prison. They are protesting about prison conditions. Nelson Mandela

:04:12.:04:17.

walked out of the prison near Cape Town hand in hand with his wife,

:04:17.:04:21.

Winnie after 27 years in captivity. Nelson Mandela wands all for

:04:21.:04:25.

instance to be united in a non- racial society.

:04:25.:04:30.

# You had a little time, you had a little fun

:04:30.:04:37.

# Didn't you, didn't you. # Laura, I hope he make as move soon, I'm

:04:37.:04:43.

starving. Guess what I'm looking at? What?

:04:43.:04:49.

Bacon and poached eggs. Poached egg? Yep.

:04:49.:04:57.

And mushrooms. Oh, mushrooms! I hate you! That was

:04:57.:05:04.

The Beautiful South with A Little Time. Amanda, Wayne, can you guess

:05:04.:05:10.

the year? I am always rubbish at this. I think it was 1990s it was

:05:10.:05:15.

the year that I left school and the year that Margaret Thatcher

:05:15.:05:18.

resigned. Really, I just started my secondary

:05:19.:05:24.

school that year! I am going late 80s.

:05:24.:05:30.

All will be revealed later. Right, you are making two cocktails

:05:30.:05:38.

for us? Yes, they are very cooling. We are using a Margarita.

:05:38.:05:48.
:05:48.:05:54.

We are also have a sorberita. What is the difference?

:05:54.:05:59.

different sorbets. So, we have tequila and mango

:05:59.:06:03.

sorbet. We are giving it a good shake with some ice.

:06:03.:06:11.

Waste not want not! Did you get your tequila there? Give it a good

:06:11.:06:16.

shake to break it down. Really get in. Therethe sorbet has a sweetness

:06:16.:06:19.

and fluffiness as well. It is wonderful.

:06:19.:06:26.

I love the explanations, the fluffiness of the sorbet! It is

:06:26.:06:33.

amazing. With have our Mexican Sombrero.

:06:33.:06:42.

It is jupsidedown, the hat! It will be when I have finished with it!

:06:42.:06:52.
:06:52.:06:53.

There it is, a nice piece of fresh mango on the side, a sorbrita!

:06:53.:06:59.

have I straw s? You can have. Just to keep it a little

:06:59.:07:04.

sophisticated! That is gorgeous. Really, really good. That just does

:07:04.:07:08.

not taste like an alcoholic drink. That is why it would be dangerous

:07:08.:07:11.

for me. It is lovely, mate.

:07:11.:07:21.
:07:21.:07:22.

This is a cracker. I have lemon juice and eldelder flower cordial.

:07:22.:07:30.

It is a summer ginnita. What is it with all of the

:07:30.:07:40.

ginnitas? It is with the summer. We have gin, apple vodka, lemon

:07:40.:07:45.

elder flower and half a litre of freshly pressed watermelon juice.

:07:45.:07:50.

You put this together. Make sure it is well mixed.

:07:50.:08:00.
:08:00.:08:01.

Run through the ingredients again? Two shots of lemon juice. Six shots

:08:01.:08:07.

of gin, six shots of apple vodka and the elder flower and the

:08:07.:08:13.

watermelon juice. You put it in the freezer and keep

:08:13.:08:18.

forking it up. Then you tpwet this lovely grainy texture.

:08:18.:08:26.

This is the granita. I thought that granita was more of

:08:26.:08:32.

a food rather than a drink? It is, you get different combinations, in

:08:32.:08:39.

America they call them snow cones, shaved ice with fruit juice on them.

:08:39.:08:44.

Very popular in California and upstate New York.

:08:44.:08:51.

But you wouldn't give these ones to children! Yes! Once you get the

:08:51.:08:55.

texture, they can keep in the freerz for days.

:08:55.:09:02.

Wayne, you are an Arsenal fan, what is your prediction for the title?

:09:02.:09:06.

It is a tough one. That is delicious! I love that!

:09:06.:09:12.

That is amazing. That is a cracker for a dinner party! The football

:09:12.:09:15.

season started yesterday, before I get complaints! That is brilliant.

:09:15.:09:24.

If you want to make these refreshing frosen cocktails. --

:09:24.:09:33.

frozen cocktails. Because it is frozen, you don't

:09:33.:09:41.

have alcohol in there anymore! Now, 84 years old, Dot Cotton, is with

:09:41.:09:49.

us now on a journey that takes us through Germany, Holland and Spain

:09:49.:09:57.

in Who Do You Think You Are? Would you would like to leave me alone

:09:57.:10:01.

for a moment? Of course, I understand.

:10:01.:10:09.

Thank you. Rachel, dear great, great, great-grandmother. I have

:10:09.:10:14.

come to visit you, that you never expected. I'm going to show you

:10:14.:10:23.

what happened to your only living child when you died. Well this is

:10:23.:10:30.

he, and he became famous. He was a champion bare knuckle fighter. So

:10:30.:10:35.

you would have been very proud of him. So where is the sun? There. I

:10:35.:10:42.

have a flower for you from him. Wherever the sun goes, that face

:10:42.:10:48.

will track it. So your sun will be beside the sun. This I will place

:10:48.:10:53.

in front. I don't suppose it will be there for long. According to the

:10:53.:10:58.

Jewish custom I have a stone which, believe it or not, it has a little

:10:58.:11:03.

face on it, I'm sure that you were prettier, but there she is. That is

:11:03.:11:10.

for you. And you can see Who Do You Think

:11:10.:11:19.

You Are on BBC One on Wednesday at 9.00pm in eving with Dot Cotton.

:11:19.:11:26.

Lucy is here with the gadgets. Yes, it is all about the Apple. The

:11:26.:11:30.

rumour mills is -- rumour mill is churning. We thought we were going

:11:30.:11:36.

to get it in December, but it turns out it is coming out in October.

:11:36.:11:43.

It came out a year ago? I know you are a massive fan. I am hugely

:11:43.:11:45.

excited. I think that they are all great.

:11:45.:11:52.

We have three things here now, what do you want to show first? This is

:11:52.:11:58.

a Burg 5 Watch Phone. It is a cool watch phone it you deep-seated

:11:58.:12:05.

desires to fulfil any Dick Tracy stuff, this is the watch for you.

:12:05.:12:12.

The idea is if you don't want to take out your phone, this is the

:12:12.:12:16.

one for you. You can stick the SIM card in

:12:16.:12:22.

there? Absolutely. You can make and receive phone calls it has a built

:12:22.:12:27.

in microphone and speaker, so you can talk in it spy-like. This is a

:12:28.:12:34.

wire that is a dead kaithed head set. It is not a blue chip but it

:12:34.:12:39.

is very, very afortable. -- dedicated.

:12:39.:12:44.

You can talk into it and listen without it? Yes.

:12:44.:12:54.

It flashes blue with a yellow signal. Usually it speaks the

:12:54.:12:59.

number, but we are live on TV, so you don't want to do that.

:12:59.:13:04.

Why? Frpbltsz because some people are crazy, they start to -- Because

:13:04.:13:14.
:13:14.:13:14.

they are -- some people are crazy. They call you and make you mad with

:13:14.:13:19.

text messages. We have some of the girls giving it

:13:19.:13:27.

their best shot, this is Something For The Weekend's amateur dramatics

:13:27.:13:33.

society! So you can talk and listen. Can it take all sim cards, from the

:13:33.:13:36.

smartphones as well? Yes, all of that

:13:36.:13:42.

Really? That is interesting. How much are those? �100. It comes in

:13:42.:13:47.

five different colours. What is next. This is the Casio

:13:47.:13:52.

Exilim Tryx. It does have a little trick up its sleeve. It is attached

:13:52.:13:58.

on the frame. There is an LCD screen that sits in the frame. You

:13:58.:14:04.

can push it out, flick it out. Take all different styles of photographs.

:14:04.:14:13.

You can hang it out like that. It works you can make it a tripod.

:14:13.:14:20.

You can give it a cam corder-like grip when you are shooting video.

:14:20.:14:23.

It is fully touch screen operational.

:14:23.:14:29.

So it goes all the way around. You can rotate the screen it has a

:14:29.:14:34.

twisting body. Thereit is very clever. We saw this in January in

:14:34.:14:39.

Las Vegas it really was the star of the show in terms of digital

:14:39.:14:49.
:14:49.:14:52.

cameras. It injects a bit of fun into the digital camera. It is 12.5

:14:52.:14:58.

million megapixels. It has Panorama mode. This is the HDR shot. Sorry,

:14:58.:15:05.

that is not the Panorama. That is HDR, that stands for high dynamic

:15:05.:15:10.

range. Where is this taken? Putney. Look

:15:10.:15:13.

at that isn't Britain a wonderful place.

:15:13.:15:21.

That is what HDR does. It takes a lot of photos with the different

:15:21.:15:24.

exposure levels that will give you a realistic shot that the eye can

:15:24.:15:29.

see. That is the Panorama shot. All you

:15:29.:15:35.

do is pan slowly with the camera and it sticks together with the

:15:35.:15:38.

shoot. The other feature was the built in

:15:38.:15:44.

art feature. That is really cool. How much is this? That which set

:15:44.:15:47.

you back �250. It is not cheap.

:15:47.:15:51.

Calvin. We have something for you, a gadget

:15:51.:16:01.
:16:01.:16:05.

for you. for people who don't know anything

:16:05.:16:08.

about DJing, to people who know everything about DJing, it's

:16:08.:16:14.

affordable and lightweight. You have the decks and central mix deck

:16:14.:16:21.

here. You have fader and you can mix your own aoeu tunes library.

:16:21.:16:30.

It's great for anybody. What's going on! Vegas! It's got automix

:16:30.:16:34.

mode, so if you know absolutely nothing you can set that to go and

:16:34.:16:38.

it will automatically mix your music or like what Calvin is doing

:16:38.:16:44.

you can get hands on and mix your own tunes. Just get hands on!

:16:44.:16:49.

and then just do it. You are making it look really easy. I tried at the

:16:49.:16:57.

weekend and I wasn't really good. He is going off over there making

:16:57.:17:02.

his salad. You have loads of controls that allow you to give you

:17:02.:17:08.

that professional DJ style. You can control your itunes library based

:17:08.:17:18.
:17:18.:17:23.

on the central button. It will sy, this y tracks for you. Do you like

:17:23.:17:30.

it? It is fun. How much is that? �80. All right. It's all right.

:17:30.:17:35.

Cheers guys. Here's a preview of another new BBC series where they

:17:35.:17:44.

hunt down the deadliest creatures in the rainforest. It's Deadly 60

:17:44.:17:54.

Constriking basically means to strangle, to suffocate the life out

:17:54.:18:02.

of prey and that's how this magnificent animal manages to kill

:18:03.:18:08.

the mammals it's feeding on. The tail is going around the back of my

:18:08.:18:18.
:18:18.:18:19.

neck now. It's finding play places and ways of getting to use its

:18:19.:18:23.

strong muscles in choking me. I can show you this before I have to

:18:23.:18:32.

release myself. The amazing thing that happens next is that the the -

:18:32.:18:38.

- the boa constrictor will swallow its prey whole. This This open this

:18:38.:18:46.

mouth incredibly wide to do that. Are you all right Steve! Actually,

:18:46.:18:53.

yeah, yeah, it's amazing how strong it is. I mean, this snake is only

:18:53.:18:59.

actually feeding on mammals about that sort of size maximum, and it

:18:59.:19:04.

has the strength to choke the life out of me, I mean, I must be ten

:19:04.:19:09.

times, 20 times the size of its normal prey and it easily has

:19:09.:19:17.

enough strength to choke me. There's no doubting this is an

:19:17.:19:22.

incredibly strong predator. I don't know, I think it's going to be very

:19:22.:19:27.

hard to beat. Can I take this off now, please?

:19:27.:19:37.
:19:37.:19:49.

at 6:00pm on BBC1. Calvin Harris is in the house, in the... Yeah.

:19:49.:19:55.

would you do that? I don't know. Even for a television show, yeah

:19:55.:20:00.

pretty much. True. How is your cooking skills? As good as your DJ

:20:00.:20:06.

skills? I am terrible. I am good at eating. This is your third time on,

:20:06.:20:14.

Calvin. I eat at least once a day. So you have no excuse. Can I ask a

:20:14.:20:21.

question about tofu. Someone told me it was a fungus, made of

:20:21.:20:31.
:20:31.:20:32.

mushrooms and disgusting fungus. Isn't it soy. It's fermented soy

:20:32.:20:36.

beans. I want to establish what it is. Look at it, it's weird. We are

:20:36.:20:43.

going to use it in the salad. This is the tofu, it's a block. We have

:20:43.:20:52.

cucumber, celery, noodles, soaked in hot water. Tomato, crab meat,

:20:52.:20:57.

coriander and fish sauce, garlic and palm sugar for dressing. First,

:20:57.:21:02.

we fry off the tofu, cut this into cubes like that and we just cook it

:21:02.:21:06.

off. This is being used for texture, not for flavour at all because the

:21:06.:21:10.

crab, we all know what the texture of crab is and the tofu will give

:21:10.:21:14.

us a little bit of silky texture in there. It doesn't have a great deal

:21:15.:21:19.

of taste but it takes on flavours really well. Make sure you pat it

:21:19.:21:23.

as dry as it can before it goes in the hot fat or it will spit over

:21:23.:21:26.

the place and it will be embarrassing having scars on your

:21:27.:21:32.

face. Not a good look for a sexy DJ. Calvin is not a cook but apparently

:21:32.:21:38.

are you DJing now? I am doing my first night at the end of September.

:21:38.:21:45.

Any tips for him? There's a great organisation near where I live and

:21:45.:21:50.

it's designed for old people like me with kids, so you basically what

:21:50.:21:54.

happens is people have a babysiter so you go and do your stuff and

:21:54.:22:00.

they invite people to be a guest DJ and they've invited me. I need tips.

:22:00.:22:10.
:22:10.:22:13.

Advice? Kids love dub step. No kids, it's all adults. I need to fill the

:22:13.:22:23.
:22:23.:22:23.

floor all the time, or is slowies wrong? Buy my album, buy my album!

:22:23.:22:27.

And it's great to cook to. I have seen people cook to my album and

:22:27.:22:32.

they make amazing meals. Nice. quicker than usual. That's good to

:22:32.:22:36.

know. That's tremendous advice, thanks you have settled my nerves

:22:36.:22:44.

on that one. Now listen, we need to do some work. The dressing, I need

:22:44.:22:50.

you to grate the garlic in there and chuck in the vinegar and fish

:22:50.:22:58.

sauce and dry and grate that. I will chop things. I want to ask

:22:58.:23:03.

Calvin, we have lots of tweets for you today. Careful, can you not

:23:03.:23:06.

speak and grate at the same time? Sorry, I am messing around. We have

:23:06.:23:15.

a tweet in from a canine rescue centre in Dumfries. You are from

:23:15.:23:21.

there. They've rescued two dogs and they've named them Calvin and

:23:21.:23:26.

Harris. I saw that this week. They look like good little dogs. Calvin

:23:26.:23:30.

is nervous at the moment but likes human affection, would you say

:23:31.:23:37.

that's like you? Right now, yeah. Harris is a large mongrel anxiousen

:23:37.:23:40.

to arrival but he is coming out of his shell, mixes well with the

:23:40.:23:48.

other dogs. Great. Nice. Good luck to them. That's good. It's nice

:23:48.:23:52.

when you come on the show you get to answer questions you never have.

:23:52.:23:56.

I want to talk to you about songwriting, I have always been a

:23:56.:24:00.

country and western fan. One of the greatest piece of songwriting, not

:24:00.:24:06.

as good as the hit from the 70s where they rhymed first verse and

:24:06.:24:13.

chorus, a band called Ras kal Flats, with a great song Country Girl

:24:13.:24:17.

Shake It, they managed to rhyme squirrel and girl because of the

:24:17.:24:22.

way they sing, that's genius. I like that. I like that as well.

:24:22.:24:29.

Shall I whisk this? Yes, please. That's vinegar and fish cause and

:24:29.:24:34.

sugar -- sauce and sugar and garlic. I have chopped celery and cucumber

:24:34.:24:37.

and now I am going to slice a little bit of tomato in there, that

:24:37.:24:42.

will give us freshness. This is about fresh flavours that come

:24:42.:24:47.

together beautifully. Smells fresh. It's working then. Thank goodness

:24:47.:24:52.

for that. It's working. We add half the crab meat in there and I am

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going to chop a little bit of coriander. A tweet here from

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Calvert Churchill, great name. Calvin, where and when was your

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first set and what music did you play? First DJ set, I think it was

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in Belfast. Really? Yeah, I played quite an an interesting selection.

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Probably never play them again, no, it was good. Didn't you start out

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as a 15-year-old with a machine in the basement or something? In my

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bedroom, much more conventional to do that sort of thing, yeah. I have

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been doing it for a while, just sitting in my room with my own

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company making tracks. Now you are with Rihanna off in Australia.

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know. Where did it all go wrong, Calvin. It's going to start for me

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now, now I am starting DJing, in a little while I will be on the other

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side of the sofa. If you play my album, it will. We add a load of

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this dressing and then I am looking for you to do that kind of movement,

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mix it together. Trying to get the crab to coat all of the noodles.

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You are enjoying that a little too much, Calvin. It feels great.

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Really nice. Cooking is good. This is inspiring for for writing music.

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It's a great temperature. So we are done. To serve, give me that, young

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man. Not sure I want to eat that! These are crispy shallots, they

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give depth of flavour and crispiness. A handful of this

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lovely salad. Spoon that on there. I washed my hands by the way.

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That's good! More dressing. Amanda, we are done. Lovely. Let's go over

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to Tim and Laila for the Deja View. What was the year? The year was

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I can't believe you like country and western, the both? Yeah, I love

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them both. An e-mail here from Sue Lloyd, are you still planning a

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film on Leila Khaled? I am. Explain who she is. She was a Palestinian

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revolutionary fighter in the 50s, 60s. Amazing life and with the

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climate as well... She hijacked a plane. Yes. So she is a bad person.

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That's the thing, it's a real personal story. If you are on the

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plane she's a bad person. stopped here, it had to make a

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landing here and she was arrested here and spent 19 days in custody.

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You are trying to write this or get it made? It's being written, but we

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have funding for it. It's set in the 60s. You will be playing her?

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No, I am just producing. I am too old to be playing her, she was 23

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or something at the time. You could pass for 23. OK I will play her her

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then! How is that? It's good. I am getting a bit there, I like both

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those things. I am excited about your DJ-ing. I am excited. Are you

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going to come up for the night, Tim? Only if you are playing his

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album. I think it's September 30th. It's my nan's birthday. Shame!

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That's it for this week. Thank you to Amanda for stepping in, you are

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back next week. Thank you to Laila Rouass and Calvin Harris. Next week

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