10/07/2011 Something for the Weekend


10/07/2011

Live cooking, the best of the week's TV and celebrity chat to set up your Sunday. Tim Lovejoy, Louise Redknapp and chef Simon Rimmer are joined by Denise Van Outen.


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Hello. It is 10 o'clock. Welcome to the show. We are light and joined

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by Tim Vine. The Only Way Is Essex with Denise

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Van Outen. And we will be crossing live to Silverstone to find out

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what is happening ahead of the British Grand Prix. And we are all

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going to be doing some cooking and Good morning. Roads to look forward

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to. This is what everyone is talking about today. It is the last

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ever edition of the News of the World. Some say that newsagents are

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selling out. Others are try to get people to boycott it. The

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interesting thing will be how many are actually sold. That is it. That

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is the last ever edition. How was your holidays? The just had a few

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days away. It was not a full-blown holiday. Was it warm? It was lovely

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and warm. Three days in the sun with my better half. How did you

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keep up with the cricket? And the women's football World Cup?

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I thought Jamie was mucking around. The women? I sat and watched it. It

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went to penalties. When it went to extra time, I thought it was like

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watching the men's team. We were going to penalties and we thought,

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we are going to lose on penalties. But they were amazing. Skilful,

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talented. Yes, they are brilliant. In the last 15 years, the standard

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of football, women's football in this country has gone right up

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there. I could not believe it. done to the England netball team.

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They got the bronze in the world netball championships in Singapore.

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Well done to them. We have had an e-mail, Simon. Colin

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says, why did you wear a hairnet when you have no hair? Look at that.

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The Helmut and the jacket. That is a look. The thing is, it is not

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just about your hair, it is about skin as well. Whether you are

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authority challenged or not, you have to wear it. Is that true?

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food processing factory, the big danger is that hair could drop into

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the food. But also so good skin. is not pleasant. We live in a

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litigation culture. Who has died from hair? Apart from cats? You do

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not want bits of skin or hair. Moving on, I do not want to know!

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Do not forget, we have Denise Van Outen as a guest today. She has

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been a singer, an actress, a DJ and now she is hosting a new TV show

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where she uncovers Britain's future showbiz stars. She is slightly hung

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over. She was out last night at Take That. It seems the whole world

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went to take that last night. I missed it. I did not make it. I was

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on my holidays. We have already had the jokes this

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morning about my holidays. I am just ignoring you! I am just

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carrying on. Are you good at Darts? Yes? Yes.

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Do you want to play? I reckon I would be all right. If that was not

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enough, our guests will be going to Silverstone to find out about the

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latest developments ahead of the British Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton

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is not a happy bunny at the moment. He is blaming a McLaren for putting

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the wrong tyres on his car. He is 10th. What do you think about that?

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Louise? Yes! And if you have any questions, send it to the website.

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We want puns for Tim Vine. We will put to him and see if they are good

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enough for his routine. We will see if he can finish them off. This

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comes from hallowed turf, I put my wallet in the freezer the other day,

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I needed some cold, hard cash. They have to be better than that to

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make it onto the show! Get them coming in. The sun is side, the sky

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is blue. What are we making? -- the scan is out. We are starting with

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goat's cheese and a red pepper mousse. And a pickled shallots and

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parsley salad. And then the main course is pork and fennel casserole.

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It is quite a dry casserole. We have pork and fennel, chorizo,

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olives and lemon. Delicious, lovely flavours. Desert is a cherry

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chocolate pavlova. AB Tibbles season for cherries. It is a bumper

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harvest. And save responds with smoked salmon and cream cheese --

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savouries gongs. Very nice. All the recipes can be found on the website.

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Here is what else is happening on today's show. The Torchwood team

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are coming out of hiding. It is John Lennon and Yoko or no, the

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United States years. -- Yoko Ono. And take a walk on the wild side

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All that to come. What delights have we got this week? We are going

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Tiki drastic. Some classic Tiki drinks. As drunk by Elvis Presley?

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We have some that were in Blue Hawaii. It is such a shame he did

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not growing a little moustache this week. It would look like he had

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retired to Palm Springs. What are we making? We are making the goat's

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cheese and red pepper mousse. The salad is flat-leaf parsley and the

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shallots. The pumpernickel bread. For the pickle, red wine vinegar

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and sugar. We have some roasted peppers and some creamy goat's

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cheese. A warm pan, into their, or the chap in the sugar and the

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vinegar and boil backed up. What figure is that? You can use any

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vinegar. It is red wine vinegar. You can use cider vinegar. Why have

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used red wine vinegar? It is the colour more than anything. They

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work well together. Red wine, red I would say it is more than -- more

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of a fashion statement. It looks pretty. I just want you to cook the

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shallots. Do you want this knife? have got one.

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Pound coin size? Yes, you do not want them too thin. We will boil

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this up and it will become thick and syrupy. Did you have a nice

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fooled on your holidays. Bass? -- nice food. I was watching your

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holiday on the internet. It is hard when you go to the beach and

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everything, you know that people are taking pictures? You kind of

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know after the first day when 25 people ring you and tell you.

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you become really self-conscious? You look great! You look fantastic.

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Yes, but you do get self-conscious. It is pretty hard to relax. You

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cannot fall asleep and start dribbling! When you get off the

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sunbed, everyone's hair is slightly matted, a little bit of sun cream

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that you have not rub in properly. Jamie always looks good. He is

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looking good! We have roasted the peppers. And

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then you roast them into one of UN. Put them into a plastic bag and

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what happens is that all of the moisture and the compensation

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separates the skin from the flesh. You can peel off all of the skin

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like that. It does not matter if you get the odd bit on there.

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Depict Lineker is boiling up. Simply check in all the shallots. -

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- the pickling vinegar. Let it go completely cold. Is there anything

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on these? Nothing. It is just literally the taste and the

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sweetness of the peppers. Yes, the skin, you could use it with the

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skin on. But it is not particularly nice. What you do not burn yourself.

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What am I doing with these? I might not be here next week. I have

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bought and European lottery ticket. Would you not come to work any

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more? Yes! Just have a week off. I will be on holidays with you and

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Jamie! What would you do, first thing if you won the lottery this

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week? What would be the first thing you would buy? We always have this

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discussion. I would probably put a huge amount into good charitable

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funds and try and find world peace! Or maybe by a car! Go to a showroom

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and buy a car. I think I would go to a shop and just by 20 soups.

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Something like that. I do not know. I do not think I am going to win

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because I only have wanted it. Apparently a few other people have

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bought one as well. That is a shame! Get rid of the seeds out of

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the middle of that and Popat in here together with my tarragon and

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garlic, which is in the fridge. -- pop that in here. What is this?

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This is the best way to keep tarragon, in the fridge, wrapped up,

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or it could be that we forgot to take it out! Pop the goat's cheese

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into there. Creamy goat's cheese is what you want because this is

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really going to be a bit like a smoked salmon pate. The tarragon

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goes in. Plenty of black pepper into there. A little pinch of salt

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because there is plenty of salt in the cheese already. And then we

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blend that until it is smooth. This is our new processor. I have

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mentioned it before. I had been doing tennis training, as you know,

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and I have invented a new thing. I cannot be bothered to keep getting

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the tennis balls. It is on a string and tied to your wrist. What do you

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think? I am going to get it patented. What do you think? It is

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great. It can be on the same gadget item as when I have my shaky

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process are. If we have a shaking platform, you can press that. That

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is it done. That is our delicious pate in there. With your best

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skills, school into there. For the salad, we have boiled up the

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vinegar and the sugar. We have some fresh flat-leaf parsley. It has

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that lovely after flavour. If you have something that is quite strong

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like the pickle Andy goat's cheese, this will neutralise it to a

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certain extent. It stops you having that horrible breath. It is that

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same kind of thing with having parsley after garlic. The

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pumpernickel bread. I love it. delicious malty flavour. It makes

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you feel as if you are eating healthy bread -- healthy bread.

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component parts, there is the pate, there is the parsley, there is the

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bread. David a bit of bread onto 80 is one of those cheeses you love

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or hate and I love goat's cheese. do. It gets over reduced. You will

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see it on every menu and I don't think it works with everything --

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over it used. Then we have a lovely bit of red pepper. On to the

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pumpernickel bread with a bit of... I have gone ahead. Get some pickled

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shallot in their so there is a lovely bit of acidity as well and

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the tarragon comes through. And the nuttiness of the bread. Lovely.

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Absolutely delicious! If you set the pate then you get a different

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flavour and texture as well. What Wilby beat -- will we be

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making for main course. Pork and fennel casserole. All recipes can

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Right! This is a world crisis that needs the torch would team but

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Captain Jack is missing. -- I looked up and a woman came out of

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the sky, shining like moonlight. Then she started to sing like 1000

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choirs. A woman of 1000 voices and it was beautiful. You promised me

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we would keep her away from this stuff. She is too young. Life back

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then was a living nightmare, love. There is someone at the door. What

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Hello. I hope I am not disturbing news. If we are going back to the

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village, is it cricket to cutback across the beach or will we get cut

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off? Better to ask, I thought. have got proper shoes and can get

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across nice and quickly. It is You can watch series 4 at 9 o'clock

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on Thursday. Our first guest has been busy since she was last on the

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show. She found and married Mr Wright, became a mother and climbed

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Kilimanjaro and match to beat two and found time to start end an

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award-winning West End musical -- What's going on? We're cheering on

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our friend. I've got another package for you. Oh, thanks. Bake

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meat cake and Piet, and hold me Welcome, Denise Van Outen. Did you

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do your backing. I did. Today I have a sore head because I went to

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take that last night. How was it? Amazing. The highlight was the end

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of the show when Robbie and the band came together. First it was

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odd because the boys came out and did their song from the Circus

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album and Robbie dipped his set. Robbie did his own songs? Yes. You

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kind of thought, where are the boys? Are they having a cup of tea.

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But when they came together and did the old songs, it was incredible.

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It was almost like three concerts in one? Yeah, it was great. I

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thought they would never be able to top Circus but it was great.

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was your favourite? Gary. Mark! He always has been the best. Who is

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your favourite? It is a tough one. We talked with them for about five

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months around Europe. All five of them? Yes. Where they on their way

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downhill? They were at their peak. It brings back memories. It is our

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age. Aren't they bigger now than they were then? No, they were huge

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back then. It is the same, isn't it? I love for Gary because I did

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they Kilimanjaro climb with him and he is the nicest guy I think I have

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ever met. How was that? It was hard. I trained quite well so I felt as

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prepared as I could beat. It was amazing to do. At the time, you

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hate it but looking back, it was a brilliant thing to be part of.

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you can hear sizzling, we are cooking pork. It is me, I am

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sweating! How his mother that? is good. Exe it is 14 months old so

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she is at an age where she is aware of everything and so much fun. But

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it is hard work. The first few months came as a bit of a shock.

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The lack of sleep. I went back to work quite early. How many weeks

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after you had how did you go back to work? I did the trek took Machu

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Picchu when she was four months old and I started Legally Blonde when I

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got back. She was nearly five months old. So, doing shows every

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night pretty much and looking after her during the day was hard work.

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For how out, she didn't miss out on me because I was home all day but

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when most mums have a glass of wine or have a cup of tea, I was on the

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stage. I think it is great if you are passionate about something, you

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should be entitled to go back to work when it suits you. I feel

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lucky I do such great work and be part of something like Legally

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Blonde which is such a great show. It is fun. But it was hard. The

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biggest shock for me, because I was at home all day with Betsy, was not

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being able to do the things you take for granted like going

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shopping, clothes or supermarket shopping. Which is why I teamed up

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with a three mobile to encourage mums to use smart phones and use

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most - might do most of their shopping online. To make a man's

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life easier? If you are a working mum, it doesn't mean... It is just

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to make your life easier. We you do more shows? I try and do a West End

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show once in a while but to have a break because it is physically

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demanding. It is a big commitment. Probably I will wait a while. I

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would like to do some TV in between. You do do everything. I am going

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back to the ozone. I did A massive on a Saturday. Yeah sit was

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definitely a Saturday morning programme. I remember coming on it.

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And Broadway and everything. I am lucky to have a variety. What are

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your best that? I can't answer that. You saw my husband the other night

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because he is in Legally Blonde now and you asked me to score him on

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stage now. I imagine that every time you go out there, you put a

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different performance on, don't you? It depends on the audience, I

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think. Honestly, the performance changes because you gauge an

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audience. It is different. People asked if I get bored doing theatre

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but you don't because it is a different audience and a different

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vibe. I love it. He is great in it. He gave himself a 9 1/2! Tell us

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about your new TV show, Born to Shine. It sounds interesting.

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starts next Sunday on ITV and it is kids with an exceptional talent or

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skier Lock and they will train a celebrity in that skill all talent.

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I am on the judging panel which I love doing. You have the freedom to

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enjoy the show. I would love to be a judge. We are having guest judges.

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I will do it but I have no skills. But you have an opinion. Would you

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ever be and -- a contestant because I can see you on dancing on eyes?

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think Dancing on Ice... The men are disadvantaged because the women

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could just be lifted by the male dancers whereas the fellows have to

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try and lift the lady. They could be on wires. You could never beat

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Todd Carty on that show. I saw a clear last night. Jason Mansford

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was learning opera. You probably know more than I do because I

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haven't seen all of them yet. and classical music, street dancing,

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Nick Moran and Joe Swash is on it. And you are judging? Yes, and it is

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to help raise awareness and raise money for Save the Children.

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wreak -- Denise will be staying around so if you want to ask a

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question: Do you want some deja It is the first visit to Britain by

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a reigning Pope. He is busy Schedule included a meeting with

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the Queen. Wherever he has gone, huge crowds have turned out.

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The uncertainty of the airline's future is that the Government's

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philosophy has suffered an embarrassing not.

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The Queen signed a royal proclamation today giving new

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status to the �1 coin and there You are not got. Neither I you.

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Corp. You don't even have a rope. The music was Come on Eileen. Do

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you remember how everyone used to dance do that? Of course. People

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used to wear dungarees. No one looked good in dungarees. Else did.

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The news stories were Popes, Pounds Time for your photos. Make low.

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Finally, we will get meat loaf to be a British dish rather than an

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American one. Barbara has sent as Inside at night. She is not allowed

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upstairs. Is she allowed on the sofa? No. The same as the children!

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Then we have Georgie Wilkinson with a fine expression. They also made

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the meat loaf. He thinks of himself as a bit of a Jamie Oliver. This is

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sent in by Katie from Stockport. Good expressions on the male faces

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today! Who is this one? I do not know. And I do not know what kind

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of cat that is. It is care less. It would be like touching a chicken!

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Chickens have the feathers! when they are plucked! If you want

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to take photos of your food, send it to the website. We are going to

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make a pork and fennel casserole. You can hear it sizzling away. We

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have some pork shoulder, some water to give it some depth. We have some

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chickpeas, olives and parsley. We What we have done, we have sealed

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off the port in the pan. We will get some colour on -- and some

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flavour on this. I want some chorizo, which will give us some

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depth of flavour. You need to peel the paper better off and cut it.

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How thick? About thick pound coins. A standard measurement. What have

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you cook this week? Apple. I have not got a lot. I think pork,

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basically, goes with anything green, doesn't it? It goes with fennel, it

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goes with Apple. Yes. I am trying to think, grapes. Asparagus. Lamb

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and grapes would not work. Pork is great. You eat the entire pig. You

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can eat everything. Whether it is the trotters, the cheeks,

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everything gets eaten. It is quite delicious. Nice big chunks. But we

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eat every part of every animal. really. Cows? Doesn't everything

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:33:39.:33:53.

not consume without it being put into a process. We have the

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delicious sweetness of the pork. The chorizo goes in. While that is

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cooking, we slice the onion. I will slice the fennel. We are going to

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cut it all. You could wash the board. Will we get ill if I do it

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this way? Not at all. The chorizo is already cooked. We are looking

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for some flavour to come into that. Whenever you do things like this,

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just scrape around the bottom of the pan. You get all the delicious

:34:28.:34:36.

bits. Slice that in half and then into thin bits, thick bits,

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whatever you want to do. With castles, people make the component

:34:39.:34:45.

parts a little bit too small. -- casseroles. I like having chunky

:34:45.:34:51.

bits in the casserole. And now the smell of that is delicious. Cheery

:34:51.:34:55.

soul enhances so many dishes. If you're not quite sure what to put

:34:55.:34:58.

in something to make it tastes delicious, it is one of those

:34:58.:35:08.
:35:08.:35:09.

things. Are you a fan will fan? love the fennel. It works with meat,

:35:09.:35:15.

it works with fish. It is nice to roast. It is nice in so many ways.

:35:15.:35:23.

The onions going, the fennel goes in. And then, to cook through that,

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we have a lot of sweetness and heady flavour in there. With the

:35:28.:35:36.

lemon, zesty lemon, this just gives us that little bit of flavour in

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there. The DC Bradley Wiggins got injured? -- Did you see. He is a

:35:43.:35:50.

top man. He has broken his shoulder. I have not seen any of it this week.

:35:50.:36:00.

Mark Cavendish is doing well. Do you like cycling? In it is the one

:36:00.:36:05.

sport I would rather watch than do. I had a spell of trying to cycle to

:36:05.:36:11.

work and I really did not like it. It is hard work. I like running and

:36:11.:36:17.

swimming but cycling is no good. Yes, it is a shame because I

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thought he had a really good chance. Squeeze, the lemon juice goes in

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there. We want lots of flavour. I am going to leave the lemon in

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there. You cook the vegetables and then chuck back in awe of the meat

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that we have sealed, plus all the juices that we have been there as

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well. That is nice. The smells coming out of here are just amazing.

:36:42.:36:47.

All of that, the lemon cooks through. They are a lot of flavours

:36:47.:36:52.

in there. Roads but it is a nice balance. It cuts through the

:36:52.:36:58.

heaviness of the pork. In goes some stock, cover it and let it simmer

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and in a couple of hours we have that. Lovely. And then, how nice is

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that? You can do on the top order in the oven. And with the lemons,

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all of the extra bits of reducing their that you could not get out

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from squeezing have gone into the casserole. -- the juice in there.

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It keeps it fresh. When you have things like a casserole, it can be

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heavy. And then just chat in three- quarters of the chick peas, or of

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the olives and give it a stir around. I am going to wield some of

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the spinach. What I quite like to do was to serve it alongside the

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casserole. It keeps its own individual flavour. It happens very

:37:50.:37:55.

quickly. A little drizzle of oil. You could use butter. This is one

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of the best combinations that you have done. That starter was amazing.

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And this smells amazing. You cannot go wrong. I think we that as well.

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-- If you're looking for something easy to cook that you can forget

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about... Its take such a long time. How do I know that I am going to be

:38:19.:38:23.

hungry? When you finish your paper round and you come back in, you

:38:23.:38:27.

have a bit of a wander around and you have watched Jeremy Kyle and

:38:27.:38:37.
:38:37.:38:50.

I turn that around? The spinach comes down like that. You can add,

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if you wanted, a little bit of cinnamon. I do not think we need it.

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I love spinets. Just keep breaking it down. We are calling this a

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casserole but it is quite dry. If you wanted to be more moist, just

:39:08.:39:14.

add more stock to it. Really delicious. The lemon cuts through

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wet. Wilted spinach and then simply spoon... This is good hangover

:39:25.:39:35.
:39:35.:39:39.

fooled, Denise. -- food. There we go. All of that on there. Go for it.

:39:39.:39:46.

It smells amazing. You go first. looks really hot. Denise is cooking

:39:47.:39:51.

pudding with Simon. What are we making later? Cherry chocolate

:39:51.:40:01.
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pavlova. Lovely. I love pavlova. smells rich. Can I interest you in

:40:02.:40:07.

some chickpeas? I do fancy the little olive that has strayed over

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there. All of the recipes will be Do not forget to e-mail questions

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for Denise awesome puns for Tim Vine. I cannot believe they took

:40:32.:40:35.

this long to make a jot -- programme about John Lennon. Some

:40:36.:40:45.

great footage. This is Imagine. really get hurt by abuse. We do not

:40:45.:40:50.

mind criticism. The British press actually called Yoko Ono idly in

:40:50.:40:55.

the press. I have not seen that about anyone. Even if a person is

:40:55.:41:00.

ugly, you do not say that. And she is not. And if she was, they would

:41:00.:41:07.

not be so mean. They say attractive about the most awful looking people

:41:07.:41:17.
:41:17.:41:18.

just to be kind! When I landed in London, I was interested in the

:41:18.:41:23.

Symposium. It was a very arty crowd of people. They accepted me. It was

:41:23.:41:33.
:41:33.:41:38.

But once I became connected with John, it was a different story. All

:41:38.:41:43.

the people that used to like me were just kind of looking away.

:41:43.:41:48.

John was a pop star. And then suddenly, he was with this crazy,

:41:48.:41:54.

and outlandish artist and sending acorns to the world leaders. Hal is

:41:54.:42:02.

that going to bring peace? And they were in bed, how is that

:42:02.:42:08.

going to help anyone? All we are saying is give peace a chance. If

:42:08.:42:12.

the least we can do is give someone a laugh, we are willing to be the

:42:12.:42:19.

world's clowns. And you can imagine watching that great documentary

:42:19.:42:23.

this evening on BBC One. It looks very in depth. I am fascinating

:42:24.:42:30.

with the whole thing and how it happened. Our next guest is in the

:42:30.:42:36.

Guinness Book of Records. But you are just as likely to see him with

:42:36.:42:44.

Lee Mack in Not Going Out. wondered why my face was distorted!

:42:44.:42:53.

It must BV v G force. It might be the inbreeding. I am entering a --

:42:53.:43:01.

an essay writing competition. About what? It is called me and my big

:43:01.:43:07.

head by John Merrick. If you must know, it is called my vision for a

:43:07.:43:10.

better world. You barely notice things that are right in front of

:43:11.:43:17.

you. Well come again to the programme, Tim Vine. I love that

:43:18.:43:24.

show. I love Lee Mack and I love that show. He is currently writing

:43:24.:43:29.

the 5th series in a shed somewhere. It is brilliant. There was a stage

:43:29.:43:32.

where it was not going to be recommissioned. After the third

:43:32.:43:35.

series, they decided they were not going to do any more and then they

:43:35.:43:41.

thought, maybe we should. It did stop briefly. Do you help with the

:43:41.:43:46.

writing at all? Not at all. I turn up and get told where to stand.

:43:46.:43:55.

is your type of humour. Loads of jokes. In American sitcoms, they

:43:55.:44:00.

have a joke after joke and we wait for ever in British ones. He went

:44:00.:44:04.

for lots and lots of jokes. Americans are better at sitcoms

:44:04.:44:13.

than as any way. We are a bit more real-life in Britain. We love

:44:13.:44:17.

things where we can be in a similar situation. That is right. Let me

:44:17.:44:27.
:44:27.:44:27.

think about that, yes, that is right. Some of our sitcoms can be

:44:27.:44:34.

quite morose. Yes, quite real. have been asking the viewers to

:44:34.:44:41.

send in some puns. Maybe you can use them pool stop I sold our bed

:44:41.:44:49.

and board a tambourine. -- trampoline. My wife hit the roof

:44:49.:44:59.
:44:59.:45:03.

when she found out. That is good. I got some herbs in mind I, I am now

:45:03.:45:13.
:45:13.:45:33.

The moon. Yeah, watch this space. I don't know. Alright, another one.

:45:33.:45:41.

Australia. I said to this bloke, I've just been to Australia. He

:45:41.:45:48.

said, who did you fly with? I said I don't know the names of the other

:45:48.:45:53.

passengers. How did you get into doing that sort of comedy?

:45:53.:45:58.

haven't got any friends? I gravitate towards short jokes

:45:58.:46:06.

because the last come quicker. didn't you start doing, I was going

:46:06.:46:16.
:46:16.:46:16.

to say "normal". Observational stuff? Yeah. I started different --

:46:16.:46:22.

with difference does. I was talking about how I was responsible for the

:46:22.:46:30.

death of JF Kennedy. None of it was funny. Comedy is quite a scary

:46:31.:46:37.

Korea, isn't it? I suppose but I think people who say that might not

:46:37.:46:42.

have a knack. Do you test your stuff out? Yes, I try it out

:46:42.:46:48.

everywhere. Family? No, you can never trust family and friends. On

:46:48.:46:54.

an audience. They are used to it. But if you tell a make a joke, they

:46:54.:47:01.

can say. No. But an audience might love it. It is more dangers the

:47:01.:47:11.
:47:11.:47:11.

other way round. -- dangerous. many jokes do need to fail... How

:47:11.:47:16.

long is your set? I do an hour and a quarter when I tour. There are

:47:16.:47:25.

songs as well. How many jokes you need? Probably about 200 or 300 for

:47:25.:47:31.

an hour. You're set is basically joke after joke. It is but I sing

:47:31.:47:37.

silly songs. It is a mixture. I can't sing here but that would be a

:47:37.:47:47.
:47:47.:47:49.

disaster. Can't you? I do lots of short songs. "oh, to my

:47:49.:47:56.

girlfriend's mother." �10,000. They are one-liners it dressed up in

:47:56.:48:01.

different ways. We have had a few comedians on here discussing about

:48:01.:48:07.

stealing each other's jokes. With your sort of comedy, who knows who

:48:07.:48:12.

invented the joke. There is one here that is apparently one of

:48:12.:48:20.

yours. Black Beauty was a dark horse. That was 20 years old. Black

:48:20.:48:30.
:48:30.:48:34.

Beauty is a dark horse. And you did, three cheers for rap music, hip

:48:34.:48:40.

hop! How do you keep track of your jokes? You just have to keep

:48:40.:48:46.

writing. It is easy to knit or one- liners. There is a grey area

:48:46.:48:54.

between the new -- you and Tommy Cooper. A lot of your jokes are

:48:54.:49:01.

credited to him. Yes but I know which ones are which. There were 20

:49:01.:49:08.

jokes on an e-mail and they were my jokes and it's said, "here are some

:49:08.:49:14.

Tommy Cooper jokes". People said there was some stuff they hadn't

:49:14.:49:21.

heard. But they are all my jokes. That is showbiz. Do constantly

:49:21.:49:26.

think of things. See something, get a joke and write it down and think,

:49:26.:49:32.

I will put that in or do you set time aside? It is more like that. I

:49:32.:49:38.

am not crazily thinking about jokes all the time. If I have a tour

:49:38.:49:44.

coming up, I have to write 10 decks a day. They every 109 right, I will

:49:44.:49:49.

probably end up with three. Are you doing Edinburgh next year? This

:49:49.:49:56.

year. You want the best joke last year, didn't you? It wasn't the

:49:56.:50:05.

best joke in my show. I have been on a once-in-a-lifetime holiday,

:50:05.:50:14.

never again! I met the man who invented windowsills. What a ledge!

:50:14.:50:22.

What about your brother. Is he funny? He wrote a joke for me. I

:50:22.:50:32.
:50:32.:50:33.

went up to the counter and I made a noise and she gave me some medicine.

:50:33.:50:39.

Where you and your brother very different growing up? Did you

:50:39.:50:43.

always followed completely different parts? We used to want to

:50:43.:50:50.

be pop stars so we were in a band and we used to wear flares. In the

:50:50.:50:56.

Eighties, when it was all drainpipes so it was dangerous. I

:50:56.:51:02.

played guitar. It was a terrible sound because Gerry used to sing

:51:02.:51:08.

and there would be a drummer and me on acoustic guitar. So there was no

:51:08.:51:17.

base. We were just singing about flowers. One the US says he is

:51:17.:51:24.

reading a book about anti-gravity? Can't put it down! Nigel says, I

:51:24.:51:34.
:51:34.:51:43.

It is always good to read them before they! One says, I didn't

:51:43.:51:46.

believe might doubt stole from his job as a lollipop man but when I

:51:46.:51:54.

got home the signs were there. good. Keep those coming in.

:51:55.:51:59.

will hang around. If I am because there is a kitchen over there with

:51:59.:52:09.
:52:09.:52:10.

food. It your questions in. Go to our website. Here is what else is

:52:10.:52:20.
:52:20.:52:27.

If it feels a bit weird, it could be The Pranker. We are crossing

:52:27.:52:31.

live to Silverstone for the Grand Prix. And there is a wartime drama

:52:31.:52:41.
:52:41.:52:44.

All that still to come but Denise is here to put some pudding. It has

:52:45.:52:49.

been a while since you were on. Do you remember what you cooked last

:52:49.:52:57.

time? Did I do sausage rolls. might have been. How is your

:52:57.:53:04.

cooking? I am better now than I was then because I have an Aga cooker

:53:04.:53:08.

and I love being a mum and preparing meals. Do you do all the

:53:08.:53:17.

cooking? We share it. I am a better cook. What do you could forget see?

:53:17.:53:23.

Different things. I normally freeze things so spaghetti bolognese...

:53:23.:53:28.

Does it change the way you think about it? I used more fresh produce

:53:28.:53:36.

so it is nice to get fresh veg from the garden. Have you grown anything

:53:36.:53:46.
:53:46.:53:48.

recently? I am crying -- trying to grow dill at at the moment. I

:53:48.:53:52.

thought it would be like press and I would wake up the next morning.

:53:52.:54:00.

But it didn't happen. Friends of... It friends of mine bake and they

:54:00.:54:05.

are brilliant. What have we here? We will make chocolate Cherry

:54:05.:54:11.

pavlova. I like chocolate ginger biscuits. They are incredible. They

:54:11.:54:16.

go down really well. You can teach me after the show. Crunchy and

:54:16.:54:22.

delicious. There we have cherries. It is a great season. They are

:54:22.:54:32.
:54:32.:54:39.

and they are flavour some as well. Cherry liqueur. Loads of whipped

:54:39.:54:47.

cream, sugar, egg whites and cocoa and chocolate. Denise, get the wis

:54:47.:54:54.

gone and get that going. I am quite nervous about the risk. It is 8

:54:54.:55:02.

cloves wrecker. Why not just use the hand whisk? With meringue, it

:55:03.:55:07.

will take you forever. The rule with it is, whisk the whites until

:55:07.:55:16.

they asked if and add the sugar a little at a time. When it goes

:55:16.:55:20.

glossy... The bit of vinegar helps set it and you get a better

:55:20.:55:28.

meringue. What does it do? It works with the protein say you get a

:55:28.:55:38.
:55:38.:55:41.

better meringue. The vinegar and the vicinity just helps -- acidity.

:55:41.:55:51.
:55:51.:56:01.

You don't want Baby P meringue! ingredient in the kitchen, isn't it.

:56:01.:56:11.
:56:11.:56:12.

It is. It works with everything. All salt. Salt, number one and

:56:12.:56:18.

vinegar and number two. A little dash of vinegar at the end, brings

:56:19.:56:27.

out even more flavour. Stick it in your spaghetti bolognese. It is

:56:27.:56:37.
:56:37.:56:42.

great in that. I was being quite delicate with it. These are still a

:56:42.:56:48.

bit soft. You want them to be firmer but it will be OK for our

:56:48.:56:53.

purposes. A quick stir around and basically a big dollop of that in

:56:53.:57:03.

the middle. Dab a bit in each corner and it will hold the

:57:03.:57:07.

greaseproof paper. What do the people of Essex make of The Only

:57:07.:57:13.

Way is Essex? Some people are outraged. Some people like me

:57:13.:57:19.

absolutely love it. I love the show. Do you like it? Do you know what, I

:57:19.:57:26.

don't really watch it. I am missing it actually. Louise absolutely

:57:26.:57:34.

loves it. She watches it all the time. Do you know them all? I have

:57:34.:57:42.

met Lydia, who is lovely. Amy, Sam and Harry but I haven't met Lenny.

:57:42.:57:52.
:57:52.:57:56.

I have met Lauren. There are a few I haven't met. It is good. You

:57:56.:58:02.

watch it wants and then you are hooked. How much is scripted and

:58:02.:58:07.

how much it is observational? can't tell you that. It is the

:58:07.:58:17.
:58:17.:58:19.

magic circle! It is not scripted. There people will speak to the

:58:19.:58:25.

producers and some of the... what, at the script writers tell

:58:25.:58:32.

the cast? No, there is no script. It is orchestrated but if a couple

:58:32.:58:39.

of the girls are not getting on... But are some of the people of

:58:39.:58:49.
:58:49.:59:00.

Essex...? They are outraged. It is put the meringue in, drop it down

:59:01.:59:08.

to 150. Then the outside will be crispy and the outside will be soft.

:59:08.:59:18.

What do you do if you have an Aga cooker? Roasts and baked potatoes.

:59:18.:59:22.

I struggle with this because if it says drop the temperature, you

:59:22.:59:28.

can't. It is like turning a battleship around. What can you do?

:59:28.:59:33.

We could still cut everything but you would have to set the

:59:33.:59:39.

temperature at a lower temperature. Are they good? You can put your

:59:39.:59:45.

socks on them. Does it heat your house? Yes, and great when you have

:59:45.:59:50.

washed your clothes, you can drive them on their. Bath towels. They

:59:50.:59:56.

are meant to before cooking. airing cupboard! Denys, we have

:59:56.:00:02.

cherry liqueur and vanilla. Wit that through say you get the lovely

:00:02.:00:09.

smell. Then, with this, as I dribble that in... Are that he's

:00:09.:00:19.
:00:19.:00:22.

just cherry jam. You just want it to be like that. We end up with...

:00:22.:00:32.
:00:32.:00:37.

And this is what happens with our one bit. I have literally pushed it

:00:37.:00:40.

down. You do not have to do that but it makes it a little bit

:00:40.:00:47.

simpler. All of that goes like that. And then, this beautifully swirled

:00:47.:00:57.

cream. Have you got a sweet tooth? I think I'd prefer savoury.

:00:57.:01:03.

will have to leave -- lay off the sweet things when you do would

:01:03.:01:10.

dancing on nice! It would be brilliant. Let's start a campaign!

:01:10.:01:15.

And then the cherries on top and then more of that lovely jam.

:01:15.:01:25.
:01:25.:01:26.

Amazing. I had a good Pavlova yesterday but this is better.

:01:26.:01:36.
:01:36.:01:48.

can either be polite and serve or You just make a mess. What more

:01:48.:01:56.

could you want? That is really good. Coming up, as well as the British

:01:56.:02:04.

Grand Prix, Simon's final dish is a savoury Schon. And there is

:02:04.:02:13.

cocktails. How can you make your brain hurt on a Sunday morning? It

:02:13.:02:23.
:02:23.:02:39.

It is the first visit to Britain by a reigning Pope. It was nearly

:02:39.:02:44.

cancelled because of the fighting. The busy schedule included a visit

:02:44.:02:54.
:02:54.:02:54.

with the Queen. He would crowds have turned out to welcome him.

:02:54.:02:56.

What is certain is the deep -- that the government's economic

:02:56.:03:02.

philosophy has suffered an embarrassing knock. The Queen

:03:02.:03:05.

signed the royal proclamation today, giving official status to the new

:03:05.:03:15.
:03:15.:03:21.

pound coin. They were on display at the Royal Mint in Llantrisant today.

:03:21.:03:29.

No rest, no sleep like other men. And yet the spring wind blows. Have

:03:29.:03:39.
:03:39.:03:40.

you ever felt such a wind? It blows where I live or so. In the mouth of

:03:40.:03:49.

Everyman's heart. That was Deja View. Lots of clues. We will reveal

:03:49.:03:54.

what year that was before the end of the shelf. But now, we are in

:03:54.:04:03.

the mood for cocktails. Yes, we are doing Tiki drinks today. Benn has

:04:03.:04:13.

been looking for the ultimate zombi recipe. That is the classic drink.

:04:13.:04:22.

We will have my preferred recipe for a zombie. I thought I could

:04:22.:04:29.

look quite call, but it is not really Magnum. I think it works

:04:29.:04:39.
:04:39.:04:47.

with the hair! The moustache would Zombie. We have the golden rum

:04:47.:04:57.
:04:57.:05:12.

be a good thing. We have some passion fruit syrup. We want about

:05:12.:05:21.

10 mill -- 10 millilitres. I have put in the Golden rum and the

:05:21.:05:29.

classic white rum. And then we have velvet falernum. Then we have the

:05:29.:05:37.

fruit juices. Pineapple. There is a lot of alcohol. That is what I was

:05:37.:05:46.

thinking. I love this, it is papaya nectar. With the pineapple, it is

:05:46.:05:50.

absolutely beautiful. We will give it a little shake just to combine

:05:50.:06:00.
:06:00.:06:10.

it. Chill it down and we have a lovely zombi. This is a classic.

:06:10.:06:14.

Tiki culture kicked off in the 1940s and 1950s. Right up until the

:06:14.:06:23.

1960s. The first Tiki bars opened up and then places like Butlin's

:06:23.:06:33.
:06:33.:06:34.

started opening them up as well. imagine it will taste sweet. It has

:06:34.:06:44.
:06:44.:06:47.

the acidity of the lime. A little bit more ice. And then we have some

:06:47.:06:57.
:06:57.:06:59.

more rum. That his headache material. Is it about �150? There

:06:59.:07:05.

we have the classic zombi. It is delicious. You go first as the

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guest. I think you should go first. What is this one? It is good. You

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feel like you while on holiday. This is a classic my tie. It

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appeared in Elvis Presley's Blue Hawaii. It is bikini time! Gore on,

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girls! Get the ratings up. I think you have a different image to me

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than I have of myself! That is good. We have a Jamaican aged rum. Some

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vinyl syrup. -- vanilla. It is a new work rum that he was sampling.

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It is the classic. Elvis drank it in Blue Hawaii. You kind of know

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what you are getting with this on holiday. Yes, a headache! Yes, I

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think it is the winner. It is the coconut shell, it is brilliant. You

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can get these online. There is lots of it available now. The

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paraphernalia. Some sprigs of fresh mint. That has made my stomach or

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warm. And a pineapple. Did Elvis drink it out of a coconut? I do not

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been heeded. You can go first this good! Actually this is sweeter.

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am not sure. I think it is the Mint. You can taste the Mint. I think I

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prefer this. A If you want to make either of those drinks, then go to

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If you're an estate agent trying to Rent out a house, this is probably

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not the kind of guy that you want to show what for reviewing. This is

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The Pranker. There are many spirits in this world. There is a beautiful

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lady called Rosemary. She thinks we should take the place. Could you

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give me one minute on my own just to get a feel for the energy?

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Thank you. I need to go and get some pictures. I will quickly set

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What are you doing? You have got to come quick. Seriously, you had

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better come here now. Darren, I am going to ring the police, mate.

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Watch what you're doing. You have You have got to get up. You have

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got to leave. I do not want to be negative, but I do not think this

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is the right house. Mate, we have got a goal. You cannot... I need

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somewhere with a bigger downstairs toilet. You can watch The Pranker

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on Thursday at 10:30pm on BBC Three. It is the biggest weekend of the

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Formula 1 calendar. Joining this life from the paddock, we hope, the

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BBC team, Jake Humphrey. Welcome. How is it looking out there? It is

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looking sunny, that is a relief. was sunny but now it is cloudy.

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That is less of a relief. Good stuff. I have asked people to e-

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mail in questions and most of them are about Eddie Jordan's shirts.

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Not again! I am not saying. designs them himself. They are made

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by my mother. Sebastian Vettel is way ahead this season. Is it still

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a great season? Yes, it has been a great season so far. What we are

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realising is that in the past, when one driver is dominating, it is not

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brilliant but this year, we have had one man dominating but

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brilliant racing. David Coulthard gets thrown into the commentary box

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this year and he has so much to commentate on. We have had

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brilliant racing but the same guy crossing over the line at the end.

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That could change today. Sebastian Vettel did not have what he usually

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has in qualifying which is a pole position finish. Mark Webber is on

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pole position for this race and he is looking good today. What

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happened in qualifying yesterday? It all got quite controversial with

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the tyres and Lewis Hamilton. I think this is good for David.

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do not think it was controversial at all. It was simply difficult

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conditions and he did not make the right decision. When you have

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changeable conditions, needed a bit of rain and they have not use the

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correct tyres, limited knowledge, when it came down to making the

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crucial decision, it did not work out for them. It is as simple as

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that. But Lewis Hamilton is starting from 10th and we can

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expect him to do some overtaking. Talking about the controversial

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side of things, yes, there was controversial issues, particularly

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about this fuse blowing. But not many people are interested warned

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there were about it but I think it is scandalous to think that on a

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race weekend, we had -- we can have people changing the rules. That is

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unacceptable in my view. From a controversy point of view, I agree

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with you. Isn't that controversial, away from that, that Lewis Hamilton

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is criticising his team? It sounds as if he does not want to be there

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The body language and the way it is playing out, there seems to be huge

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frustration. Yes, it would appear that. I spoke on something we were

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doing for BBC News last night and he said the team's will not change

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for next year. 13, however, he would not rule that out. If he is

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on his way to Red Bull in 2013... David, you have won the British

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Grand Prix. Where does it rate among stall of the men the world at

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the moment? It historically has been on the calendar since the

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beginning of the Formula One world championship so it has great

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historical value, Silverstone. It is a fantastic facility and has

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been upgraded this year. The drivers love it because there are

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so many high-speed corners. You only break for 10% of the lap. So

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for 90% you are in partial or full throttle and that wears -- is when

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you come alive. It gets your attention so there is no question

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it is a fantastic facility and greatly enjoyed by all. It sounds

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like you want to get back in the car. It is a new paddock, isn't it?

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Can you let as the around? Yes, you can see the top of the roof up

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there. This is a huge. About �30 million and 390 metres long. It is

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attracting some seriously high- level guests. These shops are just

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coming into worse now. There is Prince Harry who is that guest of

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honour today. Our job is just to celebrate this new look. You go to

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Abu Dhabi or Singapore and those places are amazing. People say

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Silverstone has the history but does it have the infrastructure?

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But now it does. I look forward to watching it. One final question,

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who will win? Everyone is quiet. I would like to see it Mark where

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Berwyn. My guess is that along so will win. -- Mark Webber. The last

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time we saw the top three last come along so was winning. I think

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Fernando along they could win this one. Lovely to talk to you --

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I will be watching. This is a one- off drama starting in post-war

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Britain and is an adaptation of a novel from the same name. This is

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Hello, stranger. You remembered Julia. Of course. Hello. Shall we?

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Your hair is different. I like it. I'm relocate bomb victims and you?

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Helping to so they bombed buildings. I suppose you are still doing your

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ambulance bit every night? It gets lonely, doesn't it? How is the

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writing? It seems irrelevant. They're terrible things going on in

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Europe. People still need entertaining, don't they? Which way

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do you...? We must meet for lunch sometimes. I would like that.

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to see you again. Why will you never talk about what went wrong

:19:48.:19:56.

between you? You always change the subject. It was a Miss affection.

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What we felt for each other wasn't You can go backwards in time on

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Tuesday on BBC2. Tim Vine is in the kitchen with us. This is great.

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do this for everyone. Welcome to the kitchen. Can you cook? No, I am

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rubbish. I tend to eat out a lot. I are smoked salmon trimmings which

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are dead too cheap. And you buy them as Jennings? Yes. It is much

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cheaper. -- trimmings. Egg, sugar, baking powder, dill. If you make a

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savoury scone Gummer without sugar, it taste like pastry. The bit of

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anything though. My mate said that he went to see the Harry Potter

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premiere this week. They were cheap souvenirs. In fact they were...

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Cash and Harry? They were a quid each! Very good. I would like one

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really good joke that I could... What? I don't know. Just one really

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good one. Try, one armed but lows. They can dish it out but they can't

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take it. There is an awful lot about your delivery. It is the

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mischief in your eyes. There is a Quiros in the way you deliver that

:22:34.:22:44.
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you sort of no. It is the ultimate bad joke. -- dad joke. That has

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broken now. Does the one? Yes, it will bind it together. I said I was

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good at staring but just not good at holding bulls. I like this one.

:23:09.:23:16.

This has a soft spot in my heart, this joke. I saw Miss did tea at

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the petrol station the other day -- Mr T. Pity the fuel! I said, have

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you got your palms on and he said no I am wearing flip-flops. All we

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do is press it together. This is where the dough comes in. Press it

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together. Then simply poppet onto the board. Then we will cut them

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out. You always use the weight of the ingredient. You always know

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when someone is not an accomplished chef because Simon hangs around

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this area. Is it OK to drop it from a reasonable height? He how was the

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experience on title wipe out? fell off everything. I thought if I

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went for a run twice the month before... Book I would be so

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nervous. I was so exhausted. I got as far as the second ball. Most

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people do. I couldn't even hold on to the rope. How about the other

:24:46.:24:51.

runner think? There is one way you stand and the thing goes around and

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you have to jump. This thing comes towards you and you jump and land

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back on your poll. Did you win? I didn't. I was last after the

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first round and that included someone who nearly drowned. I was

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still after them. You have to be very... I don't even know the word.

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Simon? I got asked to do it and I bottled it. I was thinking to

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myself, I need to go towards the theatre. I thought I would do it

:25:29.:25:36.

for a laugh. It would be my worst nightmare. I wouldn't even... I

:25:36.:25:46.
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would be useless. I don't know what would be more fearful, doing it in

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Argentina or meeting Amanda! There are the scones. Great some Parmesan

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cheese on top of those. Which side? That side. Not a huge amount. They

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go into the oven for up to 10 minutes. For the filling, cream

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cheese, smoked salmon and a nice bit of lemon juice. We have black

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pepper in the scones. We give that a stir. It is a nice... It is a

:26:26.:26:36.
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nice twist on a scone, isn't it? How do I say it's? "scone"? I am

:26:44.:26:54.
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"15 sq on"! You can say both but the more common use is to rhyme

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with John at rather than Joan. Either way it works. This is what

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we get. Look at that! Think of it in the same way you would have

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bagels with smoked salmon and cream cheese. It is like a savoury cream

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t. A like your sandwich and scone mix into one. You can toast these

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as well and spread some butter Ron. Then, it simply a big dollop of

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that in the middle -- butter on. What are those things? Capers. Then

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we pop their lead on. Perfect! As Simon serves up scones, or however

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you want to say it, over to Denise. We are already eating. The year...

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So, the year when the pound coin was first circulated, Dexy's

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Midnight Runners' "Eileen" and Conan the Barbarian were all from

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the year? 1982. Louise has got the chocolate and cherry pavlova.

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Denise has got the pet and goat's cheese mousse. Tim, you have the

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pork casserole. Tim has the savoury Denise, Amy says it Jason is the

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nasty judge what sort of judge when you make? I was a judge on the

:28:48.:28:55.

Andrew Lloyd Webber show. I will be honest and kind as well. They are

:28:55.:28:59.

kind to the kids but a bit mean to the celebrities. Is it hard when

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you are judging people, because you know they put a lot of work into it.

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You have to take that into account. Let us not forget it is for charity

:29:09.:29:15.

so I will not be too mean. Did you enjoy the Andrew Lloyd what --

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Andrew Lloyd Webber stuff? Yes but you have to be honest so they can

:29:20.:29:24.

better themselves. You should not be fluffy if there is work to be

:29:24.:29:32.

done and they can improve their performance. Tim,... When I was

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working in their kicking, Andrew Lloyd Webber walked in and said

:29:37.:29:43.

give me to it whoppers. I said, you have just directed to super

:29:43.:29:53.
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Sometimes it is flattering. It is nice that people like my jokes.

:29:57.:30:01.

What did you think when the e-mail came round saying that your jokes

:30:01.:30:07.

were from Tommy Cooper? At the time I was doing a lot of circuit gigs

:30:07.:30:11.

so I would be halfway through a joke and some but the would say

:30:11.:30:17.

that was a Tommy Cooper joke. But it was one of mine. Doesn't matter,

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ladies and gentlemen, just enjoy your lunch. Denny's, would you and

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Lee ever do something together? would if it was the right casting.

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We wouldn't rule it out. We would try to keep work separate, though.

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Live cooking, the best of the week's TV and celebrity chat to set up your Sunday. Tim Lovejoy, Louise Redknapp and chef Simon Rimmer are joined by actress and presenter Denise Van Outen.


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