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Cooking, the best of the week's TV and celebrity chat. Tim Lovejoy, Louise Redknapp and chef Simon Rimmer are joined by the madcap character Keith Lemon and Nicola Roberts.


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Good morning. Welcome to the show. Bringing some glamour and showbiz

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to the studio. We have Nicola Roberts from Girls Aloud. We're

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also joined by Jason Byrne. They have both here to cook, eat, chat

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and take a look at next week's television. This is Something For

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Good morning, welcome. You are watching Something For The Weekend.

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Hallowed to all the people who got up early to watch the rugby. Wales

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beat some hour 17-10. I feel really sorry for Mike Tindall. Fancy

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playing a World Cup match in the middle of his holiday. I was not

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expecting that! Can you imagine Usain Bolt, in the middle of the

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Olympics? I am going to go and have a few lagers. They are doing well

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now. Happy birthday to Lane. Her 60th birthday. My mum! Am I allowed

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to say her age? She will not mind. She is 60 and proud. You were a way

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last week but we went to the TV Choice awards. We when nominated

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for an award. I did not know that. We were there. And Wayne as well.

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Look at the boys on the town! You were pleased I was not there.

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cocktail was the highlight of the evening. Some bloke won. Jamie

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something? Did everyone look at you and say, I am really pleased for

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you? Did you swear? Shall we just tell this story? We got down there

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and they said, we are rubbish at being celebrities. They said, stand

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in this queue to get your picture taken. There were a soap stars.

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Simon and I asked did in this line Britain to have our photos taken.

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We said, let's go. Is that rubbish? Two big, rubbish babies. The two of

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you together. We ran away. We were like children. Louise, you were

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away last week. What were you doing? I was in Uganda with Comic

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Relief. It was amazing. Here I was at a school. Education is free for

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everyone in Uganda. There has been a lot of work by Sport Relief to

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getting kids into education. It is humbling and amazing. The reason I

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was there was about getting girls into education. That is so

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important for the future. I have been to Africa with Sport Relief.

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That is one of the most important thing - to empower women in these

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countries. In Western society, things got better. That is a really

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important thing. It is teaching women, not just about maths and

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English but their rights as women. A lot of women had children at 13

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and 14 and their futures were taken away from them. I met a couple of

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girls and they wanted to become doctors, lawyers and fight crime.

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It was very inspirational. A lot of girls here should listen. I spent

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five days crying - some out of tears of happiness and being proud

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of what I saw - and some really upsetting moments. What I realised

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when I was out in Zambia was how generous the British public are.

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The amount of money that was razed, you do not have to do it. People

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donate. What David Walliams did last week was phenomenal! Hats off

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to him. As a charity, they are pretty amazing. Every penny goes

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into helping people at ground level. Nicola Roberts has waited two years

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to release a solo album. She is here today to talk about the

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difference between being in Britain's most famous girl group

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and striking out alone in the music industry. Jason Byrne is here to

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tell us how the ginger kit, at number 33, is facing a national

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tour. He is dressed as a circus ringmaster. You can e-mail us on

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the website or tweet bass. Tell us your name and we can read it out.

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What is in store for us today? are starting off with anchovy

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palmiers with beetroot hummus. It has anchovy, parsley, lemon and

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garlic in the middle. Really nice flavours. Our main course is a

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Greek lamb with orzo. It is a standard casserole. Finished with

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parsley, mint and rosemary. You can see long past debt in there. We

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used barley in casseroles over here. Everyone will make this dessert,

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salted-caramel millionaire's shortbread. We have done that

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before. I cannot remember doing it since I was here. I am fantasising

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we have done it! Also roasted red pepper and tomato cannelloni. We a

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roasting garlic with vinegar. that on the website. This is what

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else is happening on the show today. Harry is back in the last ever

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series of Spooks. I take it personally when somebody tries to

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blow up one of my officers. Planet Dinosaur looks at the origins of

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birds. And the new cadet arrives at Sandhurst. I wanted to go to King's

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College to do war studies but I did not get the grades. That is all to

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come. Wayne is here. He has been digging out your old DVD box sets.

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What is the school today? Two of Del Boy's classics. Did he reignite

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interest in cocktail culture? We will find a buyer remake these

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drinks. He gets better and better. -- find out when we make these

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drinks. Did you like Only Fools and horses? Brilliant, mate. Wayne will

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be in his element doing that. How many years is it? 30 years.

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years of what? Since it came on the chickpeas and tahini. The puff

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pastry is in the fridge. Tahini is ground sesame seeds. A very dry

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texture. You'd buy it like that. If you spread it on a cracker and eat

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it, it is difficult. For the palmiers, anchovies and a bit of

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garlic. Chop the parsley and I am going to stick a few anchovies.

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Chop the garlic. Really small? It does not matter. We need to talk

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about your appearance on celebrity MasterChef. I am expecting you to

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be geared after all the lessons you had. Nearly five years now, my

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little protege here. Interesting. Have a look at this! What is

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confusing me here it is the egg. I imagine it goes in the sauce.

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want to see what this sauce is? is not good. No, no. It is raw and

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in a thick, sticky batter. Not nice. They were harsh! It was horrible.

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That was my first day. They said make ravioli. I was absolutely

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hopeless. You will have to watch. I did get a bit better. Where you

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nervous? I would be so nervous. would not make eye contact with me.

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They cheated. They put some rogue semolina. We were making ravioli.

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Semolina was to put on your hands. You put it in the food? Oh, no! I

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would not have done that. I cannot believe you put semolina in your

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pastor! They were trying to trick me and they did. Other people left

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the ingredient out. We are going to make the filling for the palmiers.

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We have anchovies in there. We have lemon and lemon zest and garlic.

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Chuck all at Parsley in here and then we blitzed it. We do not need

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any salt. There we go! We blitz that until it becomes a nice and

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smooth. We put the puff pastry in here until it is nice and cold. The

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translation of palmiers is little palms - sometimes known as elephant

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is. What we do is we now, I need you to spread all of that over the

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top of that. Just get it on with a spoon or a knife and spread it as

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thinly as you can. What we do his role it both ways. I am not

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laughing at you! Everyone has been, how did you get on? Did you get

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through? We tried to wear a cap if I could cheat but you cannot.

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work out. Can you practise the night before? If you have the foods

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and you have the menu but sometimes they surprise you with stuff. I

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think Simon would be proud of some of the stuff by kit. Debate like

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it? -- I cooked. Did they like it? Tim would phone me and say, mate, I

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just wondered... It would be one of those. It is definitely a good

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watch. When you go on the show, that is it. You are in. You next

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year, Louise. I would end the programme. We are running out of

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time rapidly. You need to roll one way into the middle and then the

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other way. For the hummus... What we need to do is chuck in the

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beetroot and the chickpeas and the garlic. Then we're going to blend

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this until it is smooth. What are we making? Beetroot hummus. We need

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a bit of lemon zest. The zest from one and the juice from two. It all

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goes in. We add a bit of olive-oil and add to he meet into there. It

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is beautiful. -- tahini. We chill that. Put it on to the board.

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need to egg it? No, it is fine. Put it in the fridge to stiffen. The

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juice as well. Turn that back on. Sit it in the fridge for 20 minutes.

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Now it is firm. Let's get rid of the end one. About that kind of

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bigness. Have a little slice of that! We have not had the chance to

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talk about New York fashion yet. Was it good? We will talk later. I

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have so many tips for you. It was unbelievable. You'd brush them with

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a egg wash. Did you have anything Uganda? The days were tough because

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we were in villages where they only really eat maize. That was pretty

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much it. Where we stayed, it was quite tough. You could get great

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food, but because I was filming I was nervous that I might get ill

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and it would be the wrong reason to be there if I cannot get out of bed.

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So no, I didn't. But the restaurants that were out there

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obviously do their own. I don't know what the main dishes are in

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Uganda. I think it is meat. I always assumed it would be. What is

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our national dish? Chicken tikka Marsala apparently. Fish and chips?

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Roast beef. Lovely colours. The little palmiers, the puff pastry

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comes up and the egg wash gives it a glaze. And like dipping pitta

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bread into hummus, this is a different way. She is in her

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element. When did you do that? I'm really not with it today at all.

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Meanwhile, back in the studio... You get the saltiness of the

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anchovies and the lovely earthy flavour of the beetroot and the

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combination is delicious. Absolutely delicious. A really nice

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combination of flavours. Yes, lovely. What is the main course?

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is lamb with orzo, which is a Greek is back for supposedly the last-

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ever series of the top spy drama, Are they all right? You s, but I

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take it personally when someone tries to but my offices. They have

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someone on the inside, housekeeping service to cleans for Moscow's

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great and good. The word is they left Russia over a week ago. On the

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quiet. No one is meant to know they have gone. Where? Here. They are in

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London. That is impossible. He is a Russian minister, it would be on

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the news. So he doesn't want us to know he is here. Your former asset

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was to warn us. The only way she knows how to contact us is like she

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did in the 80s. He will have him silenced by the owner of the

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exploding laptop, who knows we are on to him. He worships Elena. If he

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finds out he betrayed her, she is already dead. A lot about a laptop?

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The hard drive is in bits. We need to find him and get surveillance on

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him. This man is too good. He will see you coming. We have one person

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dead already. This is a senior politician, so no direct

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You can see Spooks tonight at 9pm. OK, our first guest is having a mad

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busy summer. He began his 40 date Cirque Du Byrne that talk, and is

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in Bristol tonight, and as always, he was at this year's Edinburgh

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Fringe, doing stuff like this. checked into a hotel and I went to

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have a look around the hotel, because that is what Scottish and

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Irish people do. We are not like Americans, they will check in and

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go straight to the room and freshen up, but not us. We want a have a

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look around the hotel, because you have paid your money. You want to

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make sure the pictures match on the internet site of a hotel. Scottish

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and Irish people cannot do this, we cannot walk by a room that has been

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cleaned without looking into it. Because we are nosey..., that is

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what we are. Australians, Americans, they mind their own business. Not

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us. We walk by a room that has been He is Irish, a little bit lazy,

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welcome to Something For The Weekend, Jason Byrne. The reason I

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was looking confused was, he said I was in the sea and a C not to

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shoulder of. We were talking about press-ups. It is such a manly show.

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I was in the sea in Australia and people asked if I was surfing, and

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what I was really doing was just walking out into the sea, and I'm a

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really bad swimmer. A wave hit me, and I thought it was about six or

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seven foot tall, but it was only two feet, but it hit me and I had a

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boogie board, and I wasn't even doing the proper thing, the lying

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down thing. I only did it in the white wash. I just dragged myself

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into the sea. We went back out, and when I was walking out, a wave hit

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me and you're supposed to go into a ball, apparently. When a wave hits

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you you're meant to go in a ball, so this doesn't happen. Who taught

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you that? An Australian. Were they are having a laugh? When I was

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walking out, the wave came, they could see the panic on my face and

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they were shouting to jump through it, going to it! Going to will ball.

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And it hit me and I went in like that, and the boogie board went

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that way, and this arm went up and over and snap out and I stood up,

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and I didn't know what happened. And I stood up and my arm wasn't

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here any more, it was just behind me. So ago I had to put it back in.

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Just played twisted and put it back in. Did you have one of those funny

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hats and red shorts. Was it just a regular bloke? That's because

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English people don't put themselves in balls. He said, yes, this

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happens all time. Serve as always come out with their arms hanging

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off. -- surfers. You are as big in Australia as you are over here, if

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not bigger. How come you made it in Australia? I got over there and it

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was the Melbourne Comedy Festival, which is a brilliant one. When you

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go over there there are about five celebrities in Australia, that is

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it. There is only about 22 million of them anyway. If you have any

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kind of strange head like this, that is a novelty and they say,

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getting on the telly. And he has a nice accent, that will be good. I

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ended up doing loads of TV stuff. Do you find the audience is

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different in Australia? You yes, because they are automatically

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happy. Immediately they are happy. Because they have the sun and some

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vitamin D... I was in Blackpool and sitting in my hotel room, the sky

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was grey and the sea was matching the sky and I was looking out and

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the ground was grey and there were four grey cars in the car park.

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suppose you have to cheer people up in England, but in Australia they

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are kind of happy. If you come out and say hello, they think that's

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good. That's all right. They are all sitting there in their white

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clothes, looking fantastic. I can't get a tan, because my skin will

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fall off. I was doing this piece on Bondi Beach, sunbathing, and it is

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pure white sand, so matches my skin. When I laid down in my shorts, a

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bloke came around and stood on May. My skin was the same colour as the

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sand. But I cannot get a tan, can you? I don't tan. It is bad for you.

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Tanned skin is damaged skin. And I tell you what, we will speak to

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Nicola Roberts about that later because she has done a whole

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campaign about stopping the ball going on sunbeds. Than some ice.

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That is something for the weekend. Why is this called Something For

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The Weekend when it is on a Sunday? Is the weekend not over? It is

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something for next weekend. You keep your memories all the way

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through the week. People home are hung over, going it was a brilliant

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weekend, what's this? We need to be on on a Friday morning. Something

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for a Sunday. Talking about Australia, you do audience

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participation here, do you do it there? Yes. Your participation

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involves asking the audience to bring you give us. Is this is

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something that started happening? How did this happen? I was in

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Leicester Square in the Comedy Theatre and a guy started leaving

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stuff on stage. He left some underpants on stage and he had at

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my face imprinted on them. I put that on my bum and on the front he

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had a cactus, so people just started making stuff. I said I

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should ask people to bring the GIFs. Encourage some more widows! -- Weir

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does. This was in Glasgow, and you remember the Andrex puppy, they

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left in the bag, that is so weird. It will suffocate. And it is

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written on the bag. Safety-first, plastic bags can be dangerous, to

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avoid danger of suffocation Cape this bag away from children and

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animals. This was just left on the stage. I've got all sorts. This was

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brilliant. This is the Stone of Destiny. I did a gig in Perth, and

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this is a big Scottish thing where the English starlet, and I had

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never heard of it. In Perth they were trying to tell me, the English

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stole it from us and we had to steal it back. I was doing a gig in

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Dunfermline the next day, and a guide drove from Perth with this

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book and left it at the door and said he could not stay in

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Dunfermline for long because of the football team, so he had to leave,

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because he couldn't be in the same town as the Dunfermline football

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team. Crazy stuff. It is endless. A little old lady left to this.

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is Q. That will come in handy. put it on and she said, I used that

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at the.. Oz, oh really? It stops my umbrella from throat -- blowing

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away. That is no joke! This was last night. I put it on and I tried

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to work it out how it stops your umbrella blowing away. How does

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that work? I don't know, just when I put it on its less breezy. People

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just leaving the best staff. In Australia, they kept giving prizes

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for the best one and it literally fell apart because I couldn't bring

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it home with me. It was a hand- knitted G-string. A woolly one.

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sounds really comfortable. Jason will be cooking desert with Simon

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later and using his huge sporting knowledge to help us step get --

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checkouts and sporting stuff with Nicola. You did well in the rugby.

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Any questions for him or Girls Aloud back pass -- Girls Aloud's

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Nicola, please contact us. This is the point when I asked you to

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concentrate and find when the music, the headlines and the classic TV

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The days of the red telephone kiosk are numbered. In their place will

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come see-through blues made of aluminium and stainless steel.

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police officers confronted the convoy near Stonehenge. About 200

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hippies were ferried away in a fleet of police vehicles. Ruth

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Lawrence has proved she is every bit as clever as they said she was.

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She is only 13 but has just taken a degree in maths at Oxford

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University. She got a starred first, Me and duly broke up about 19 and a

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half years ago, meaning she was expecting her at the time, which

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means, Debbie is my kid! But she's Del Boy there. He was my favourite

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character. How many guys have been called Trigger? My favourite scene

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is where probably says, you keep calling me Dave. Why do you call me

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:29:57.:29:59.

Dave? I would go 1985. I would go 1986. Loads of pictures began this

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week. Last week Bob Geldof was on. He said the Dublin cuddle did not

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exist. There were loads of pictures This is the largest fiord. I think

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I have been there will stop it must have been that one. I just got on a

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boat and went. I saw seals and everything. Finally... The Devil

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cat. The cat is called Bacon. They made both dishes. It is huge. It is

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the size of a bear! We asked for your funny food photos. This is a

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Scream mask in balsamic vinegar. Is that better for you? A who's very

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:31:31.:31:31.

crisp while watching Scream. -- scary. Send your name and your

:31:31.:31:41.
:31:41.:31:50.

lamb stew with orzo. That did not exist until a few years ago. What

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on earth is that? It is nice. that the way you leave your life? -

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- lead your life? If you have not had it, it did not exist. That

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means you believe you are the only person in the world and everything

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else is controlled by you. could be insulting me. I have some

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lamb cooking away. We have some orzo, tomatoes, onions, cinnamon,

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bay leaves and garlic. We finish this with parsley, rosemary, mint

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and balsamic vinegar. The lamb is cooking away - the lamb shoulder.

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If you want to slice that onion for us... How do you want it slice?

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With wings or diced? You can do what ever you want. -- wings. If

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you make it two small, it turns into dog food. This lamb is a bit

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on the small side. That comes out, we have sealed that. More oil into

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the pan. Pop the onions in. All this lovely lamb fat. We want to

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get flavour into that. One of the important things with something

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that is Greek, cinnamon is the key flavour. They go in. As I work that,

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all these lovely bits of lamb fat come together. I did a charity

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thing this week. You go around and do trades on the trading floor of

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the city. They give all the money to charity that day. They call you

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over and say, come on the phone and do a deal for us. I am doing a deal

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for �110 million. Seriously! It is a proper deal they are doing. I am

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on the line, I am going, 110 million! Can you tell Simon, I made

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his mum's the signer? -- lasagne. Those guys in the City, they are

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really nice. I had a good laugh with them. We have and in, garlic

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and bay leaf. I wonder if that is where we can take power trading ban.

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How much do you want this for? think there is a market for us. You

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can smell this already. Slice the Garden Route -- garlic rather than

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crushing it. Back goes in the lamb. The lamb with the anchovies. They

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raise a lovely combination of lamb and anchovies. -- there is a lovely

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combination. You are using it as a seasoning. You get saltiness as

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well. Then we add in a tin of tomatoes and cinnamon. That is

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really important. A good sprinkling of cinnamon - a cinnamon stick

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turns it into something different. Then some stock goes in. You bring

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it to the boil, cover it and simmer it for a minimum of 45 minutes. Let

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it cookout for a good few hours. This is orzo. So, it is past ah.

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you think of it as the stuff you put in minestrone soup or barley

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when you put it in a stew. It is a thickening agent. It is a good

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weight of bulking up inexpensive dishes. -- way. They have purple

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flowers. You have to pick them by hand. What season is it? It tends

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to beat all year round. You will see them at the roadsides of Greece.

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They are really nice. You wonder why the Italians bother making

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pastor when it grows wild in Greece. We have gone from this - a wet and

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delicious stew. We at the orzo. We get the final part of our journey.

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You used this, I'm sure, on celebrity MasterChef. What do I

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have to do? I cannot use that, can I? It is absolutely fine. It is

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going into the same dish. Now we have this lovely, deep, rich,

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hearty stew. It is a heavy dish. We want to lift the flavour. We add a

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bit of vinegar - we are using sherry vinegar. It has that lovely

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flavour. It changes the taste dramatically. The vinegar and herbs

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go in the end and not the middle. You can serve this forever you want.

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Give it a stir. -- wherever you want. I am serving this with flat

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bread and you bet. If you are serving it with mashed potato, you

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can put more vegetables in. We get the orzo, the lamp, and now we get

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the vinegar and the herbs. -- the lamb. A good old spin full of this.

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The longer you cook it, the more delicious it becomes. -- spoon. Now

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we have the herbs in, suddenly, it smells delicious. A little bit of

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Greek yoghurt for acidity. This is good, isn't it? John to road gets a

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bit of absolutely every ingredient. It all has to work in his mouth at

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one time. Sometimes they put it in upside down. It is really weird.

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will try that. Have you never been taught that? Upside down. It is

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going everywhere. We can create the perfect television judge. I do not

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think you should scoop it on to the fork. What are you going to be

:39:33.:39:43.
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cooking with Jason? The fantastic orzo gives it lots of body. We are

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still not going to pick cute! Dessert is with you, I believe.

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wife is a fantastic cook. When someone watches MasterChef and

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someone makes a really good dessert, she cries. She goes, looked at that

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All the recipes are on the website. You can treat us as well. With your

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name, of course. This week, Planet Dinosaur is all about the beast

:40:38.:40:46.

that had feathers. It seems certain that gigantoraptors were feathered.

:40:46.:40:53.

They were the largest beggared animal ever discovered. These are

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not for flight. They could not fly. Nor are they for insulation. These

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 58 seconds

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You can take flight with the gigantoraptors of Planet Dinosaur

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on Wednesday at 8:30pm on BBC One and BBC One HD. That is at 9:30pm

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in Scotland. The scientists are making up names all the time. Now

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we are joined by Nicola Roberts. She has sold 3 million albums with

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girls allowed. She is ready for the same success in her new solo career.

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# Danced to the beat of my drum, Welcome, Nicola Roberts. Let's talk

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fashion. You love a bit of fashion. I am told you have a show on Friday

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you were on. Fashion Week is right in the middle of promotions. I

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cannot, unfortunately, get to will the lovely shows I would like to. I

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managed to get to the show on Friday. London Fashion Week looks

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hard work. Don't you traipse around for hours and wait for them to come

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on. I'm sure you go to shows you enjoy. Your unique in your fashion,

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aren't you? I think you have separated yourself from the masses.

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You have your own thing happening. Was that hard? Coming from a band

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it is tough to be so low. I think you just have to be true to what

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you like. I used fashion in a way that really can change the way I

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feel. If you are having a bad day and to put something on you feel

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good in, it changes your mood. I used fashion in that way. If it is

:44:49.:44:57.

quirky and a want to be quirky, you have done with it. It should be fun,

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shouldn't it? How did you feel the Daily Record of the video to a new

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thing will? -- debut recorded. was 120 degrees in New York.

:45:12.:45:22.
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said, give me the shorter stressed Let's have a look. Here we go. #

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Kisses on my pillow. # Who do you say? # Are you going to take this

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For how my hair was not literally stuck to my face, and I had any

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make-up left on, I have no idea. I can't begin to tell you the heat.

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It was unbearable. And it is a long day, a video shoot. My heart bleeds

:46:10.:46:18.

for you out there. And had to do a video as well! Just the sound of

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the record is a departure from Girls Aloud. That is out today, by

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the way. The album is out next week. I suppose it is different. It feels

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slightly quirkier. Each of us who have done it music, it's all been

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different. Cheryl Col's records are different, and Nadine's album was

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different. When you are in a band, people don't necessarily get to see

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your personal musical taste, they just get the sound of the band. So

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inevitably, it is more highlighted because I'm on my own. It is nice

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to hear people's vocals. When you are in a band, it is snippets and

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harmonies, so to hear a vocal on the record, it is great. It must be

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quite a revelation for you to take the lead. It is a massive deal that

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I have got my own album. I never really saw it ever happening. Then,

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when I was given the opportunity, and I have the most amazing team.

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Behind the scenes, the label, the management, we worked together

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really well and it is just lovely to be a part of something like that

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and having your own record is amazing. It is a massive deal to me.

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How did they distribute the vocals with Girls Aloud? Who decides who

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sings what? The producer would decide. Was there any animosity

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between the girls? No, because we work as a team. It is a team effort

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in a band. It can't be like that, otherwise it won't work. So you

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have one caught in the kitchen, that's the producer, and he decides.

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Are you reforming soon? Are you split up? No, we have not split up.

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This is the same thing I always say, but next year it is our 10th

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anniversary. 10 years? It doesn't seem that long. Are you sure about

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that? I am not really dealing with the fact that you have to grow

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older. So when I say 10 years, it makes me feel really old. You are

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not old. You were young when you started. For but the fact I am able

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to say 10 years... Do you feel the pressure as a solo artist? People

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will be critical about what you do. When you are in a band it does not

:48:55.:49:01.

affect you personally as much. is not as personal. When you are in

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a team, you take the good as a team and the Knox as a team. When you on

:49:07.:49:13.

your own, it is a lot scarier, but I hold on to the fact that I have

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made the record I really wanted to make. And I am really proud of it.

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If nothing else, I have it for the rest of my life, an album I love.

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You must get asked to do a lot of charity work. The thing you have

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chosen to get involved in is something about sun tanning and

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sunbeds. I think I read that they used fake tan with you. I was a

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serial fake tan a. Then you decided to embrace your skin colour. I got

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to the point where I realised what I was doing, and the connection

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between mentally feeling good but I had with fake tan was just

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unhealthy. It was not good. It was awful. I would have been orange

:50:05.:50:12.

streaks on my arms. I used to live with Sheryl, and our sheets and

:50:12.:50:18.

towels were just black. She used to be like, her mum would come and put

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the tells on 60 degree washes and shout at me. Tell us about the

:50:24.:50:29.

sunbed part. I got involved with that, and we managed to pass the

:50:29.:50:36.

bill, which was to have the age limit on sunbed increased to 18. I

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had to do a speech at Parliament, which was scary. I was working with

:50:41.:50:45.

Andy Burnham, the Health Secretary of the Labour Party at the time,

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and that was really good. It felt like a really important deal. I was

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proud to be involved. It is, because it is still fashionable to

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do the sun tanning rubbish. In people's minds it is still

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fashionable, but is unhealthy. Was it before 14? It was 16. It is

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awful. OK, as always, Nicola is staying to cook up a dish in the

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kitchen with Louise and Simon. Keep And here is a more of the stuff we

:51:26.:51:36.
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The heat is on in that don't tell Simon's final dish is roasted red

:51:43.:51:53.
:51:53.:52:01.

pepper cannelloni. And a new cadet On top of that, our retail expert

:52:01.:52:04.

Nikki Dean will take us through some of the latest sports kit,

:52:04.:52:12.

including an arm toner. It can give you jockeys but six. And an

:52:12.:52:17.

intelligent water bottle. You are laughing, but you are doing it.

:52:17.:52:27.
:52:27.:52:30.

Byrne. Cowlishaw cooking? You say your wife does the mainly -- how is

:52:30.:52:34.

your cooking? A my wife said I would never be a good cook, because

:52:34.:52:42.

I don't love food. That is the thing. When my wife plates up

:52:42.:52:47.

something it is like she has designed the best car ever. Do you

:52:48.:52:53.

have affection for food? probably weep when you see and nice

:52:53.:53:00.

bit of beef. When we first started doing the show, Tim was quite

:53:00.:53:03.

dismissive of it. We went out for something to eat on one of our

:53:03.:53:12.

first dates. It was a lovely night, really romantic. Tim had skate, and

:53:12.:53:17.

it looked beautiful, and he just sat there and ate it. It was nice.

:53:17.:53:23.

I didn't want to frame it. When you get it, you want to go that looks

:53:23.:53:27.

lovely, but there was none of that, he just ate it. I wanted to eat my

:53:27.:53:36.

food. What is your prettiest food? It is always going to be fish. Sea

:53:36.:53:43.

bass. Let's Get cooking. I have got a great marketing idea.

:53:43.:53:47.

Millionaire's shortbread. You must have had these many times at a

:53:47.:53:51.

motorway service station. So for the caramel, it is butter,

:53:51.:53:56.

condensed milk, syrup and a bit of salt. That is all bubbling away.

:53:56.:54:06.

For the base, sugar, flour, vanilla and butter. I didn't know vanilla

:54:06.:54:12.

was real. It is the stem of an orchid. I thought it just came from

:54:12.:54:17.

the 70s. Condensed milk is really thick and loopy. You are thinking

:54:17.:54:24.

of evaporated rather than condensed. Evaporated milk in wet desert he's

:54:24.:54:29.

gorgeous. I had a drink the other day and it was to have your five,

:54:29.:54:33.

brilliant marketing for the vegetable and fruit people. Why

:54:33.:54:38.

don't the protein people do that, nuts, Eto'o fruit, meat people, get

:54:38.:54:41.

together and say you have three a day. Then you can have a pork chop

:54:41.:54:46.

and have to have your three. Then the carbohydrate people can get

:54:46.:54:52.

together, pasta, rice, bread, yet they can say you need one a day.

:54:52.:54:56.

There is no way you need five a day. Your body doesn't work on a daily

:54:56.:55:06.
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thing. You know when you're in the pub, standing. So it is five a day

:55:09.:55:17.

with nuts. A no, five a day with vegetables. Five portions of

:55:17.:55:23.

vegetables a date. Why don't they all do it? You could go on Dragon's

:55:23.:55:29.

den with that, Tim. Go and see how long you can stand in front of them.

:55:29.:55:35.

Jenny says to you, did Jason get my phone number? My mum left it in his

:55:35.:55:45.
:55:45.:55:47.

box last night at the gate. I did, yes. I did get phone numbers. I do

:55:47.:55:52.

get them a lot. I telephoned one once, and it was a random number.

:55:52.:55:58.

Hang on, I am doing it. This is good cooking, this is. And that's

:55:58.:56:04.

how you do it. Just move your hand around quickly. And then the bloke

:56:04.:56:13.

down there puts the other one in my hand. Simon, seriously, it's nearly

:56:13.:56:20.

identical. You have just worked it a little bit too hard. Work it too

:56:20.:56:27.

hard? Surrey, should they have been some liquid? It is a gentle thing.

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It is the last thing. That is why it didn't work. There was a lack of

:56:31.:56:38.

love. I am sorry. When we have done it lovingly, we press it down, and

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pretty with a fork so it does not rise too much. That is the first

:56:44.:56:50.

base, the shortbread base. Give your hands a quick wash. My God,

:56:50.:57:00.

look at it. We have loads of time on it. Oliver Drake says, and I

:57:00.:57:04.

will ask the question then asked another. Who inspire due to become

:57:04.:57:10.

a comedian? But whenever you interview bans you always ask how

:57:10.:57:12.

to get together, but with a comedian it's always how did you

:57:12.:57:16.

get into comedy? You were an electrician, and then what

:57:16.:57:25.

happened? Most comics get into it by accident. They think we leave

:57:25.:57:30.

school and say we will be a comedian. By one a joke competition

:57:30.:57:38.

at a comedy club. -- I won a joke competition. I won a baseball cap.

:57:38.:57:44.

Do you know what to Caprice? Yes, but is a strange price. We should

:57:44.:57:53.

go drinking more often. At Cap. I have an idea, Jason. I'm going to

:57:53.:57:57.

enter this competition in get to win a cap? I went to collect my cap

:57:57.:58:05.

at the end. Were you were grown up? I was 24. Didn't someone at some

:58:05.:58:13.

stage wonder why the prize was a cap? Know. It was a stupid one.

:58:13.:58:18.

What is the worst prize you have ever seen? I don't know, a cap is

:58:18.:58:22.

not a great prize. It doesn't encourage people to enter a

:58:22.:58:30.

competition. Let's have a committee meeting, at Cap! Car? Money? Dinner

:58:30.:58:37.

for two? It was a comedy club. much money have you got? How minted

:58:37.:58:45.

you are these days. I don't want to cap, I once jaws and a Ferrari. --

:58:45.:58:55.
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people to enter a competition. You're not going to sit there if

:58:56.:59:00.

what you win is a cap. You don't enter a competition at a comedy

:59:00.:59:09.

club, you just do it. So why is it a competition then? The embassy

:59:09.:59:12.

said here is a line, and you have to finish it and you might win a

:59:12.:59:22.
:59:22.:59:37.

club was losing it. It was raining. What was the line? What is the

:59:37.:59:42.

difference between two ex- presidents of Ireland? I said that

:59:42.:59:52.
:59:52.:59:54.

Mary Robinson does not live next to my mum. I won. Oh, my God! Maybe I

:59:54.:00:02.

did not win the prize after all. That looks fantastic. Pour about on

:00:02.:00:11.

top. If you're going to make it, let it set completely. If you are

:00:11.:00:21.
:00:21.:00:21.

trying to cheat... I think I am crying. It is so beautiful. When

:00:22.:00:30.

the chocolate ceps, just look at that layer of caramel! That is the

:00:30.:00:40.
:00:40.:00:43.

thing and parrot that. -- about that. Are they equal layers? This

:00:43.:00:53.
:00:53.:00:56.

vertically, I think they should be equal. -- aesthetically. Do you

:00:56.:01:06.

know why it is not biscuit? Because poor people eat biscuits. Are you

:01:06.:01:16.
:01:16.:01:21.

saying I am a snob? No. Can we sneak in early for this? Go for it!

:01:21.:01:31.
:01:31.:01:36.

I feel guilty. You could feed each other with that. That is romance.

:01:36.:01:46.
:01:46.:01:49.

This is serious, isn't it? It is like someone is making love in your

:01:49.:01:58.

face. Read the link. What are you making? Red pepper and spinach

:01:58.:02:02.

cannelloni. And the Kop terrace in a few minutes bus-stop first, the

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

chance to see David Jason in action. -- the cocktails in a few minutes.

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

SONG: Take On Me by a-ha. The days of the red telephone kiosk are

:02:39.:02:43.

numbered. 500 police officers confronted the convoy within seven

:02:43.:02:49.

miles of Stonehenge. 200 hippies were ferried a wake in a fleet of

:02:49.:02:55.

police vehicles. Ruth Lawrence has proved she is every bit as clever

:02:55.:03:01.

as they said she was. She is 13 and has taken a degree in maths at

:03:01.:03:06.

Oxford University. She got a starred First, which is the best

:03:06.:03:16.
:03:16.:03:18.

you can get. You are trying to pull her, aren't you? Do you think I am

:03:19.:03:25.

a sicko? You're are trying to interfere. I don't think you two

:03:25.:03:31.

are right for each other. It has nothing to do with you. We think we

:03:31.:03:38.

are right for each other. Which are thinking of getting engaged.

:03:38.:03:48.
:03:48.:03:59.

What is the Year? What year is that? I went 1985. 1985, 1986.

:03:59.:04:06.

going to go 1983. I am sticking around with you. You are doing Del

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Boy cocktails, aren't you? He is always ordering various mixes and

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various things. This one is called a Caribbean Stallion. He tried to

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be like James Bond. He asked for paraphernalia, umbrella and fresh,

:04:31.:04:40.

seasoned fruits. Is this a drink? His way. Tequila, coconut rum and

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creme de menthe. Lots of ice. He says, shake it and do not stir.

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Let's have a go! I am waiting for the real thing. I knew I was doing

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the right thing waiting for the real thing. It tastes like

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dinner, he orders one up of those and it goes. What is your favourite

:05:22.:05:32.
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cocktail? I like lychee Martini. always went to the Nags Head. He

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would say, Singapore Sling. He always had it really ridiculous. It

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is a simple drink. You are making a Singapore Sling. It came from but

:05:52.:06:01.

Raffles Hotel. It is gin, cherry liqueur, French bitters, and simply

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mix with some ginger ale. Over time pineapple juice and grenadine went

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in. This is actually how it should be. It is a nice gin and ginger ale

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and lifted up. The sort of thing has come back. That is why we're

:06:25.:06:34.

going to put a nice umbrella inept. It is nice and refreshing. -- in it.

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It is the original Singapore Sling. He also liked a daiquiri. What do

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cocktail barman think of that? Do you like it? It is like a Pym's.

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That is based on the old Singapore Sling. A natural to Keri is rum,

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lime and sugar. -- Thackeray. Everyone started to put bananas and

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strawberries in. -- daiquiri. The classic one is rum, sugar and lime.

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Very simple. We had a cocktail the other night. You were having an in-

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joke, weren't you? They were so many bad variations. It is the

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simple drink. Strawberry, strawberry liqueur, you can make it

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frappe. It changes its constituency and texture. This is probably the

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most popular flavoured one. A strawberry daiquiri, followed by a

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Banana one. It is a nice summer drink but you need to have fresh

:08:13.:08:20.

fruit in there. Those girls' night out you have with Girls Aloud, they

:08:20.:08:26.

were quite fun in the early days. They were quite wild. I am not

:08:27.:08:36.
:08:37.:08:42.

going to live. Expand... I was only 17. I should not have been going

:08:42.:08:52.
:08:52.:08:54.

out. I was let in. You can imagine going on a night out the day before,

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GMTV. Was there someone who always went first? Kimberley and Nadine

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used to go home first. Do you still get together and have a drink?

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are meeting tonight. I am really excited. Paparazzi everywhere are

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saying, brilliant! Cancel my plans. It is a summer drink. Thank you.

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Both those cocktails are available on the website. Another episode of

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the show where the group organises the wedding. He has the money. This

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:09:49.:09:50.

With only a few hundred pounds, entertainment is proving hard to

:09:51.:09:57.

come by. Cameron will bend over backwards to keep guests happy.

:09:57.:10:02.

They are going to provide the entertainment themselves. They will

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learn a Bollywood street dance from scratch in just over an Arab. --

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It is hurting a lot. Cameron is soon struck down with Bollywood

:10:45.:10:55.
:10:55.:11:03.

knee. It genuinely is killing. down with your bad self. I am

:11:03.:11:13.
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sweating. I was still be sweating That show it is mad. It is on on

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Tuesday at 9pm on BBC Two. Jason Byrne is there. A nice jacket. We

:11:27.:11:37.
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will reveal what that is about later. These are Sheikh weights.

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They have been featured on the show before. -- Shake Weights. Up and

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down, like that the stub it has been ridiculed across the world

:11:52.:11:59.

just because of the hand motion. It works on a method called Dynamic

:11:59.:12:07.

inertia. It is the resistance that is built up between the spring-like

:12:07.:12:14.

weights. It would probably work on your ABS as well. I do not think it

:12:14.:12:24.
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is doing my apse. Insert your own innuendos. Imagine doing that in

:12:27.:12:37.
:12:37.:12:45.

the bathroom! Shall we put that to Water Bottle. The be this is

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brilliant. She goes to this whole explanation. -- this is brilliant.

:12:52.:12:56.

It tells you how much water you should be drinking. My body makes

:12:56.:13:01.

me feel thirsty and by keep drinking. Anything I don't need, my

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body gets rid of. I will talk you through this. We have had 0.7

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litres today. That is 0.2 litres an hour. This is �27.99. We want to

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have 1.8 litres a day. If you are doing lots of exercise... It

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depends on your body weight. Protein guys need to get together.

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Goat to the pub and discuss this. Just get a pint of water and a

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clock. -- a go to the pub. That will appeal to some people. No way!

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You do not have to remember when to drink. I am not convinced we need

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to be told to drink. How do you forget to drink? It prompts you. I

:13:57.:14:04.

am on a losing battle. You thought this was a snazzy jacket. This is

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the Brompton Oratory jacket. Have you done catalogue modelling in the

:14:09.:14:17.

past before? You can tell. On the back up all these features.

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have not explain this. This goes in at one. You conceal that. It is

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magnetic. If you turned to the side, you can see where you would unzip

:14:32.:14:38.

it. If you want, you can wear that around Office meeting. It is quite

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:14:48.:14:49.

dapper. Do you like that? No. think that is a good idea. It keeps

:14:49.:14:58.

you luminous and keeps you safe. have tapped it away. It keeps you

:14:58.:15:08.
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safe, Jason. �250, again expensive. If you do a lot of cycling... This

:15:10.:15:18.

is champion jockey. It is the latest in be G 1 series. Something

:15:18.:15:24.

has gone away here. This was bound to happen. It was released earlier

:15:24.:15:31.

this month. You are going to demonstrate this. We have already

:15:31.:15:41.
:15:41.:15:46.

set it up. It has all gone bonkers. Lovely pose there. This is the

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latest in a series, the first to have been integrated professional

:15:51.:15:57.

trainer, so the computer will tell you what to do. Bear with us. I

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will press the vibration and now. But I know you can't really see the

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vibration, but when you're on it. Can you feel it in your head?

:16:09.:16:16.

means you have the position of your knees right. It is doing your legs.

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I feel like I've been on a big night out. We have set it for 30

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seconds. I feel like I am going to be sick. It is good for

:16:29.:16:35.

constipation. Quite possibly. shaking the life out of me.

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much is that? It is just shy of �5,000. Very, very expensive.

:16:43.:16:49.

will shake you for a fiver. Madonna and other celebrities wear by this.

:16:49.:16:53.

It makes your muscles contract so it intensify is your work out. It

:16:53.:16:58.

has an in-built personal trainer and these are basically the

:16:58.:17:05.

resistance things. Five grand! First prize in a comedy competition

:17:05.:17:10.

I am running. Thank you to Nicky and Jason. If you want more

:17:10.:17:14.

information on any of that stuff, you need to send us an e-mail and

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we will get back you. Now time for a new fly-on-the-wall documentary,

:17:19.:17:24.

army officer training as the new intake turns up at San last --

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Sandhurst. I was going to go to King's College to do War Studies

:17:30.:17:36.

but I didn't get the good grades. So what did you do? I started a job

:17:36.:17:40.

labouring and offered a job as an electrician. That is where I did my

:17:40.:17:46.

apprenticeship. The electrician. What about any issues you might

:17:46.:17:52.

have which I should know about before? Other than the not being

:17:52.:18:01.

able to March. I can assure you that will come up. Am I supposed

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to... So look, yes? I didn't realise. Sit down. Leave to carry

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on, please. Lead to carry on sir, please. Yes, lead to carry on sir.

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Quite old. 25. That has got to be the oldest one I have had, but it

:18:30.:18:40.
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seems like he's pretty dedicated. You can enlist for Sandhurst on

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Monday at 9pm on BBC for. But now Nicola Roberts is in the kitchen

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was tentative. We were maker roasted red pepper and spinach

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cannelloni. We have Pepper's we have roasted and skinned, so you do

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it over an open flame or a hot oven. The they look lovely. It is quite

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hard to do this successfully. think it is dead easy. You have to

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roast them for longer than you think. What you are looking for is

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this to happen. A I end up with hardly any pepper. Roast them for

:19:19.:19:24.

longer. Remember when you discover the joy of Cameron -- caramelise

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and onions. You must be a really good cook at home. Can we not say

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that. He will be watching, my husband, at chucking his slippers

:19:36.:19:41.

at the TV. Louise is a really good cook at home. Spinach, pecorino,

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ricotta, and rather than making a tomato sauce, we will roast them

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with garlic and thyme and olive oil and vinegar. The first job for you,

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Nicola. We tip all of the peppers into their and all of the spinach

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into there. I love spinach. Good for you. Four of iron. Then a bit

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of salt and pepper. I don't know about you, Nicola, this is

:20:09.:20:15.

something I would genuinely cook at home. Just click that on and we are

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pureeing this. This will be the finish for the Kalou only --

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cannelloni. A lovely colour, lovely red and green. Canute do it in a

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big one like this question are you can still do it in small batches.

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If you want to just chop the spinach and pepper, that will work

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as well. So then we go back to your station. Tip all of that into the

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air and give it a mix around. quick tip, what inspired to write

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Cinderella Eyes? It is an album track I wrote early on when I was

:21:04.:21:13.

making a record. It is like a positive message. It is about my

:21:13.:21:18.

take on fairy-tales and happy endings. I feel like a lot of

:21:18.:21:22.

people in the world feel that they are owed things. Rather than having

:21:22.:21:27.

to really work hard for staff. That is how I felt when I was making the

:21:27.:21:33.

album. It was like a journey and it is my take on happy endings and how

:21:33.:21:39.

you have do work hard. It is a good message and I wanted to call the

:21:39.:21:47.

album it. You designed the shoes on the album, so it does all time. I

:21:47.:21:52.

would love to design shoes. It was the most amazing thing. So many

:21:52.:21:56.

opportunities just from making a record. It has been incredible. I

:21:56.:22:02.

work with a designer called Atalanta Weller. I told her the

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album title was Cinderella Eyes and I wanted to create the modern day

:22:06.:22:11.

glass slipper. And we brought in a designer and it was just an amazing

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thing. Now I have my own shoe, which is amazing. So the feeling

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he's done. That is one part, and the next thing we do is just tip

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all of the tomatoes into there. I have slice the garlic, and this

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will be the source. Rather than making a tomato sauce, we will

:22:30.:22:36.

roasted. Then we Tippet over with the olive oil and balsamic vinegar

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and I will roast them so we get a lovely flavour and we have a little

:22:40.:22:46.

bit of thyme. His cooking something you are interested in? When I have

:22:46.:22:51.

the time and I am at home, I really like to spend a few hours in the

:22:51.:22:58.

kitchen cooking. What do you cook? You know what, I make such a good

:22:58.:23:06.

Scouse. Do you have a secret ingredient? We grew up on a lot of

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roast dinners and casseroles and stuff like that. My boyfriend, been

:23:10.:23:14.

from London, did not grow up on that a tall. I was like having

:23:14.:23:18.

Scouse every night of the week, and he wondered what the obsession was

:23:18.:23:25.

with potatoes and meat. I do like cooking it for him. You roast the

:23:25.:23:28.

tomatoes and they end up like that. The smell is gorgeous and we have

:23:28.:23:37.

the roasted garlic and tomatoes. There was a lot of oil. Loads!. We

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are not having this in a sauce. What we are having is the moisture

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in there. How long was that in for? 20 minutes, because they are cherry

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tomatoes and they will rise quite quickly. And they will get cooked

:23:50.:23:55.

again. A little bit of pecorino in there as well. We have got our

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tomato sauce and filling. With the pastor -- the pastor, the thing is

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we have to have a holding together, so we need to make sure that we

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pack the dish we are cooking it in well. If you don't have enough

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tubes are cannelloni to do it, say you only filled it to there. Don't

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let it sit, packet with some tinfoil selling or keeping place

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otherwise they will spread out. You can see how sloppy the mixes. All

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we do is a bit of that down there and roll them up. I will do one,

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you do the other two that his heart. We put a bit of oil on the base and

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the cuts is on the bottom edge. You packet for an keeping going.

:24:49.:24:52.

quick e-mail from Ian Hartley. If you could could collaborate with

:24:52.:25:02.
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anyone, he would it be? Kanye West. I am such a fan. I think he's beats

:25:02.:25:06.

and everything, everything is so full of imagination and the

:25:06.:25:11.

production is incredible. I am a massive fan. He would be a great

:25:11.:25:16.

collaboration. What am I doing here? Just keep rolling it so it is

:25:16.:25:21.

all held around. That is trying out a bit, and it will also crack, but

:25:21.:25:29.

that is fine because there will be loads of moisture on top. Lovely.

:25:29.:25:34.

Basically you fill the whole dish, and all we do is scoop this on the

:25:34.:25:39.

top, which will be the source. You have all this lovely flavour and

:25:39.:25:44.

everything goes on top. Then back into the oven and bake it for about

:25:44.:25:51.

15 minutes. It looks very pretty. When it comes down, rather than

:25:51.:25:57.

being blue p, it is lovely. We get this lovely, delicious dish and

:25:57.:26:02.

then to serve, we simply scoop it out. While Simon plates up the

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We can reveal the year when a-ha had a hit, and Del and Rodney

:26:13.:26:17.

embarked on a series free of Only Fools and horses, it was 1985. I

:26:17.:26:26.

actually got that right. Yet, 1985. You are on tour today. I am off to

:26:26.:26:30.

Bristol. The EU be able to watch the big match? You're a man United

:26:30.:26:37.

fan. In Ireland, it is Dublin versus Kerry in the All-Ireland

:26:37.:26:43.

football final. Who you support in that? A Dublin, because I'm from

:26:43.:26:47.

Dublin. Then there is Celtic and Rangers today. The Irish will be

:26:47.:26:52.

going nuts. Yesterday was the rugby as well. Rangers and Celtic

:26:52.:26:55.

straight after the show, then Chelsea. I think Chelsea man United

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will be a draw. I think you might be right. A score draw. I think

:27:06.:27:11.

Tottenham -- Liverpool will get a draw away as Tottenham. I thought

:27:11.:27:21.
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Nicola wasn't -- was an Everton fan. My money is on Tottenham. Who told

:27:21.:27:26.

you that, Jamie? We never got to the back of that question, how you

:27:26.:27:31.

became a comedian? The question was who was your inspiration. What

:27:31.:27:36.

happened after that? I went uncollected my cap and my mate said

:27:36.:27:41.

that I wanted to do comedy, and African of mine said I would put

:27:41.:27:46.

you down for five minutes each -- and a friend of mine. That is how I

:27:46.:27:51.

started doing it, I just kept going. Oliver Drake asked what are your

:27:51.:27:55.

thoughts on shows like the X factor? What was your one called?

:27:55.:28:00.

It was called Pop Stars: The Rivals. That didn't have Simon Cowell. It

:28:00.:28:05.

had Gerri Halliwell, Pete Waterman and Louis Walsh. I think it is a

:28:05.:28:10.

great opportunity for people to showcase what they can do.

:28:10.:28:13.

Especially if you don't live in London, there are not that many

:28:13.:28:18.

opportunities for people up north. If you have a talent, that is what

:28:18.:28:24.

you want to do, then go for it. think he mucks up and he gives you

:28:25.:28:28.

the record contract, but surely he should give you a cap. Can you

:28:28.:28:32.

imagine the turnout if he brought everyone a cap? I would love to see

:28:32.:28:37.

that at the end of X Factor. That is the end of the show. Thank you

:28:37.:28:41.

to Jason Byrne, and Nicola Roberts. It is the Berlin Marathon next

:28:41.:28:46.

weekend, we are here slightly later at 10:45am with the Kaiser Chiefs

:28:46.:28:52.

Live cooking, the latest gadgets, the best of the week's TV and celebrity chat. Tim Lovejoy, Louise Redknapp and chef Simon Rimmer are joined by the madcap character Keith Lemon, alter ego of Leigh Francis, and Nicola Roberts of Girls Aloud.