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Good morning. Welcome to the show on Sunday 20th November. We're

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joined, live today by the world's first supermodel, the global brand

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and '60s phenomena that is Twiggy. And also in the studio, back from

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his latest global-trotting challenge, we have the star of the

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programme. And we've just been discussing country music. I love a

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bit of country music. Eye and we're chatting and cooking cocktails and

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looking at the best of the telly. This is Something For The Weekend.

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Welcome to Something For The Weekend. I wouldn't have you down

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as a country music fan. No. I had you down as rock'n'roll. I like a

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bit of everything. I thought House. I think I'm turning into C and W.

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Dolly Parton stuff? You can't beat Dolly. Oh, it's going to be a long

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show. There are a few charlatan songs that lean on country, which I

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quite like. Dolly Parton's collection In The Ghetto. Seriously.

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Download it down. Five years I've known you and I didn't know about

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this. I'm going to have to reassess our friendship? You'll have to come

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round one evening and we'll tap some toes. And you'll be winding up

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your record player? That's all I have!

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We're struggling today, it's Chelsea versus Liverpool today.

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they'll be like that. Who are you supporting, Louise? Liverpool. I am

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an adopted Scouser, I'll have you known. Seven years I lived there.

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Do your accent? (in Scouse accent qct hello, everyone. I loved there

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for years, so come on everyone. Some say that talking Scouse is

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like talking to dolphins. Any way, it's our Derby. So we may not talk

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to each other tonight. It's Strictly Come Dancing on at the

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moment. I've not been watching a lot of it, but I want Robbie Savage

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to win it. And I think he's doing well now, isn't he? He's going for

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it, no-one can deny that. This is Holly. Is she one of the best

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dancers? Just watch Holly there, coming down the runway, she needs

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to get her heels higher. And this is what ballroom dancing is all

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about, isn't it? This is the entrance of all entrances. I'd love

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to have a go at that. Being shot out of a canon. Him doing that was

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a surprise for most people, but not for him. He knew about it ages ago.

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It's not fair is it, because he knows whether he's going to win or

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not. He's just booked a holiday for Monday. Not saying anything. He's

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doing really well. He's lost two stone. I admire him for that.

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I, he looks at the stars and he can read stuff by just look at the

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stars. I won't have a bad word said about Russell. I've looked at the

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stars for years, and see nothing. He looks and he can see your future.

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Amazing! How do you do it? Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant

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have just completed a second series of An Idiot Abroad. He's a top man.

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He'll be showing us clips of husky sledging. Plus, she was the face of

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the '60s, but also forged a career as an actress and singer. Twiggy is

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here to tell us about her amazing life. You'll just be chatting.

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love talking to her, she's so knowledgeable with fashion and

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music. And there's so much to ask her there isn't time on the show.

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If you have a question for Twiggy, or find out Karl's views on

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everything, just let us know. This one is from Andrew Hunt. Do you

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think it's necessary for WH Smith to scan through newspapers when

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you're rushing for a train. Or what do you think about crocodiles, from

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Emma. What do you think about oven chips. I'd be interested to have

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his views on some of these things. What do you think about Christmas?

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Magical time or a waste of money? I'd like to ask those kind of

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questions, if we ever had David Cameron on the show. To ask the

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Prime Minister what he thinks of oven chips. Yes, with everything

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going on about world debt, and we go straight for the oven chips.

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would be great. You're not cooking oven chips are you? No. This has

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desiccated coconut through the middle. Are they mini ones? We can

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make them mini. So we can party like celebrities. I think we should.

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If you were on Twitter last night, you'll know what that is all about.

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Just watch I'm a celebrity. This is milk poached pork shoulder. The

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sauce on it looks a little bit unpleasant, if the truth be told.

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But the lactic acid in the milk keeps the meat really, really moist.

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What? Acid? Yes, I'm cooking it in milk and lemon. Delicious. And

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those words, sticky chocolate trophy pudding. If you're feeling

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down today, look at that! That's one to cheer you up. So that's for

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Tim at six o'clock tonight when Chelsea have been beaten by

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Liverpool. And finally, pitheers which is

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basically, a puff pastry pie. is what else is on the show today.

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Adam and Alex are with child in Rev. Hello, you've grown up, haven't

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you? It's the story of a symbol in

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Prince. Purple reign. It's a million seller, forget about it.

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And there are new aivials on froznlaent. Cubs are - Frozen

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Planet. The cubs are born blind and tiny.

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And what has Wayne got lined up for us today? Apparently, Wayne we

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can't hear you. Really? Can you hear me now. Could you start again

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at the beginning? Am I back in the room? Yeah. I've been chatting to

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viewers this week up and down the UK. Because I've been moving around

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quite a bit and asked them their favourite drinks and two came up,

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the cosmopolitan and vodka and lime. And we haven't done those for a

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long time. The cosmopolitan used to be your favourite drink, Louise?

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used to be, until last wed. And now we're making mini crab

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And now we're making mini crab cakes.

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There are spring onions, peas, and desiccated coconut. What are we

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making again? Crab cakes. coconut threw me. Yoghurt and mint.

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First of all, toast off the spices. Ideally put them in a cold pan and

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turn the heat on and let the heat release the oil. But because we're

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short of time we're going to do them a little faster.

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You want to cook this nice and slowly for six to eight minutes,

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but we have to do it in 30 seconds. Louise, you can chop the mint and

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coriander. Tim, you can chop the spring onions. Is Tim all right

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about having coriander in this? Nigh not really. Or don't we care?

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How is your back, by the way? all right. I thought I might have

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sciatica. What has that? You have a trapped nerve and I had pain all

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the way down from my bum to my knee. And I was on twether, and everyone

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said I should - Twitter and everyone said I should go and see a

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physio and it turns out I have inflamed vertebrae down my back.

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had that, and I went to a physio and he cured me within days.

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doing lots of stretching. And lots of tablets. Have you seen when they

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inject into the spine? I don't want to play that game at all. This is

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toasted. There's bits of crab in this, is that all right? It's fine.

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It will go in the cakes any way. first. Do you want the whole of

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this? Yes, please, chop it all. In go the surprises. There's coriander

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seeds in there, black peppercorn and chilly flakes and blend it down.

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- chilli flakes. Have you cooked anything this weekend? No. Have

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you? Yeah, I have. I have this thing it's like a really long

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griddle thing. On one side it's griddled and on the other side it's

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flat and I made bacon and eggs on it yesterday. That's not proper

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cooking. But it was fun! I just need a spatula to scrape it down.

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Did you speak more Cockney. I was like that. Who wants bacon and

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egg?! Put those in there together with equal quantities of mashed

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potato and crab. What's different with this from an ordinary fish

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cake. With an ordinary one, you'd have equal qualities of fish and

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potato, but now we have the delicious flavours with the spices.

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Tim, get your hands in there and really mash it together.

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Once you're happy that that's all mixed together add peas into it.

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And gentlely mix it. So will you guys talk tonight when the

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football's on? Through the game or just afterwards. What happens is

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there is a little bit of sulking when one side loses, so you don't

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respond to the texts. But eventually we'll speak. Which one

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is likely to within? Both have had up and down seasons, but Chelsea

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just are a little bit better. And we have prettier fans. Kenny

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Dalglish has never lost at Stamford Bridge. Do you realise that. Roll

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it into a ball and flatten it out and turn it over and flatten it out.

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Like that. Into flour. Pat off the excess and into the egg, pat off

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the excess and into the breadcrumbs. And again, we could do these as

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little mini ones, so party like celebrities. Or you can do large

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once - ones. We're going to 1458eo fry them. And you need to make sure

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they're in a warmish pan, rather than a really hot one.. So the pan

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is warm, not burning hot, you don't want to burn the breadcrumbs.

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Wouldn't it be easier to deep fry them? You could. But this is

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healthier. Well, I think when you shallow fry them they look nice

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because you get an irregularity on them. Now we're going to make the

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riata. So, there's thick Greek yoghurt and mint, which is roughly

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chopped. You can add cucumber too. But I'm just keeping it purely as

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yoghurt and mint. Splap in a bit of pepper and mix - slap in a bit of

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pepper and mix it around. Now, as the bread is proving you put an

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electric current through this bread to stop the crust forming. And

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we're using that. But you can use ordinary breadcrumbs or polenta.

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Look at that lovely colour. Tim, I need a bit of that and the tamarind

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sauce. You can do the base for my arrangement, because we have some

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in the oven. I'll leave it up to your creative spirits. It will be

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interesting to see how creative Tim will be. That just looks like a big

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dollop of yoing hurt. - yoghurt. No close-ups! And then we sit our

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little crab cake on the top. That's the simple tamarind sauce. There's

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acidity in that, and a lot of sweetness I blame the plate! It

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doesn't look aesthetically pleasing. I won't like all the coriander.

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You'll like all the other flavours in there, I'll guarantee. I'll like

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the coconut. You could leave the coriander out. That would be

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delicious. And what's the main course? That's interesting. We have

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pork we're poaching in milk and lemon. It sounds weird. It sounds

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disgusting. But tastes delicious. That's really nice. As usual, our

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recipies are on the website. Britain's favourite vicar has

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foolishly agreed to baby-sit his God daughter for a few days. How

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hard can it be? DOOR BELL GOES E That will be her. Hello. Thanks

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very much for doing this. Clothes, toys, music, DVDs, iPod. Bed time's

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at eight if you're lucky. We have lots of things planned. Face

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painting. OK. You'll definitely need al ber, in case she gets

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scared. Paris! Hello, Enid, darling, you've grown up. How are you?

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you've grown up. How are you? up. I hate you.

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You can spend time at the vicarage with Rev on Thursday on BBC Two.

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Our next guest was spotted having her haircut at the tender age of 13

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and then she became the face of Vogue. After 40 years in the

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business she is still a fashion icon.

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# He was a fallen idol. # I was a fallen angel #

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# Lightning never strikes # There's dry ice # What do you

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like? I like sushi. What? Sushi. Sushi and sweep? No, it's a

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Japanese dish. It's raw fish and you dip it in sauce. It's lovely.

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Very good for you. I must try it. I've never seen that. Was that Val

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Doonican? It was. I'm going to do a proper welcome. It's Twiggy. That

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must have been an interesting time because sushi wasn't around then?

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No, I'd come back from Japan and had it for the first time. But

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everyone, you know, raw fish, Ooooh. Were things dramatically changing

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in the '60s? Yeah, I think they were. Because it was after World

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War II and people were still on rations in the '50s. And I grew up

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in the '50s, and by the '60s it was time for everything to happen. And

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that's where why the revolution happened and the youth were at the

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pinnacle of it. And how did you get discovered in the hairdresser's?

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It's a long story, but somebody in a fashion magazine saw me and I was

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a schoolgirl and they said I had a chance to be a model. Which I

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thought was ridiculous because I'm only small. But I went off to have

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my hair done and it was a very famous hairdresser, called Leonard.

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I'd never been anywhere so grand. And he did the little bob haircut.

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They took a photograph of it. And it was purely for the haircut. He

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hung the picture in his salon and I went back to school. And one of his

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clients was a very famous journalist for a big, national

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paper. And she came in and saw the pof and loved it and asked who the

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girl was. Twiggy was my nickname because my legs were so skinny. She

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asked for my phone number and called me up and I went to have tea

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with her. It wasn't like today with all these celebrity magazine.

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Things like this didn't happen. Models all came from middle-class

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families. So I met this lady and she interviewed me and I went back

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to school and she wrote a story about me, it was a double-aged

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spread and it said, "Twiggy the face of '66. And that changed my

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life. We have a picture of that. did Elle magazine first in Paris.

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How did you cope with all of a sudden going from being a

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schoolgirl, because it happened so quickly. Certainly. And we weren't

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so used to seeing it back then. today, because every kid wants to

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be famous. That didn't happen. I went into New York after The

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Beatles. They went in, in '62/'63. I arrived in '67. How did you keep

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your feet on the ground? I think I was so young. And also I was

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working. I did work. I went in to do the American Vogue shoot. My

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first big jobs were with the big halz with the big photographers. So

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I was very licky and I worked every day. I mean, I did go out the

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parties and I did meet amazing people, but it was my job. And I

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was so young a lot went over my head. There's never been a time

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when you haven't worked. No. you've been a model, an actress and

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a singer. And years ago you had lots of chart hits. I Z Obviously

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I'm here today because I release my new album tomorrow, Romantically

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Yours. For me, it's just part of what I do, because I've been

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singing and acting almost as long as modelling. Because in 1970 I met

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the director of The Boyfriend and was cast in that. And I'm a country

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muscle nut. And my albums did very well. And in the mid-'80s I was in

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a huge Broadway musical, with gushin music. And that won lots of

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Tony awards for the show and my co- star. So I've kind of mixed it. I

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kind of stopped modelling for 25 years. And you're back modelling

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with your husband. I am. Before that, here are some clips of you

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from the new album. # Only love can break your heart

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# What if your world should fall apart #

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# Wherever you go # Whatever you do

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# I will be right here, waiting for you #

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# Dirty old river, must you keep rolling through the night?

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# People so busy, make me feel dizzy

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# Taxi light shines so bright # did you choose all the tracks for

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your album? Well, I was thrilled when EMI asked me to do a new album.

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And it started off that I was going to do all period songs. Which half

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of the album is. Things from the '20s, '30s and I love them. And

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nobody writes songs like that. Someone to Watch Over me. And Funny

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Man. And then I wanted to do Angel Of The Morning, which is maybe '60s.

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And Waterloo Sunset. And was that your daughter on the first clip?

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Yes. She is a print designer. But she always sings and plays the

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guitar. And I've always said to her, "One day I'm going to get you in

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the studio" so when this was set occupy I said to her, "Will you

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come and do some with your mum?" and she said, "Yes, if I like the

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song" so I let her pick it and we did Bryan Adam's Only Love Can

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Break Your Heart. We've run out of time. You'll have to come back. But

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quickly, being a model, the ageing process must be hard because people

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see you in your picture all the time and you were quite inspiring

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because you didn't want any work done. I haven't had any work done.

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I'm not saying never. I haven't at the moment. The thing that freaks

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me out is all this stuff that people pump into their faces. And

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Botox is botulism. It's poison! Grow old gracefully! Yes. I don't

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think it's necessary. That's Twiggy for the time being, but she will be

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doing a little bit of cooking later. If you want to ask a question,

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tweeth us. I know it's early but it's never

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too early to test your memories Efforts are under way to try and

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prevent an environmental disaster in the Galapagos Islands..

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Cruise and Nicole Kidman are officially divorced.

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Iain Duncan Smith received 6% of the total.

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Not slitherin, I'm not sure. You could be great. And the house could

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help you on your way to greatness. No? Well, if if you're sure, it had

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better be Griffin door! All you have to do is name the year

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that Harry dot Potter was released. I refuse to believe that's over ten

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years old so I'm going 2001. I'll believe it's over ten years old and

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go '99. I really don't know. Don't know. We get worse at these. Every

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week we think we're going to have it, and neber. As always, time for

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your photographs of our recipies. And we start with Jane and Sam from

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Manchester who cooked the cod with lemon and capers. Beautiful, nice

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frame, nice kitchen And they look happy. Or surprised. I'm not sure

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what that emotion is? I think it's happy. And here is John with the

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date and bread and butter pudding. And he's tash growing for November.

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We should have done that What do you look like with a moustache?

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don't know. I reckon I look like George Roper. What programme was

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that? George and Mildred. He's on something new on Sky I like him.

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And this is father and daughter who have created a perfect dish. If you

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are going to cook any of our recipies, do take pictures and send

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recipies, do take pictures and send them by e-mail.

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I find interviewing someone like Twiggy really frustrating because

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I've got so much to ask her. And Louise is chatting over there, but

:31:49.:31:58.

I didn't have time. And she's kept cool as well. Throughout. Now,

:31:58.:32:05.

we're going to poach meat in milk. Yes, which is not as unusual as you

:32:05.:32:12.

would think. The sauce looks odd but tastes fine. I know you do it

:32:12.:32:18.

with fish. Same principle but the reason we do it is so soften the

:32:18.:32:25.

meat. Why not do it in alcohol? could, but we want the cream in it.

:32:25.:32:31.

Pork shoulder, spinach, milk, butter, lemon, sage garlic. A nice

:32:31.:32:38.

hot pan firstly. What region of the world is this dish from?

:32:39.:32:43.

Italians claim ownership of this dish, with pork. But lots and lots

:32:44.:32:52.

of countries do it. Our economist from Malaysia does a similar thing

:32:52.:32:59.

with ox tongue and it's all about the principle of breaking down the

:32:59.:33:07.

meat with the milk so it's nice and soft. So, get the butter really

:33:07.:33:12.

nice and hot in the pan and we're going to seal off the meat. Look at

:33:12.:33:20.

that, it's lovely. Yes. Over the five years we've worked on the show

:33:20.:33:27.

your reactions are so different. The thing you've taught me when I

:33:27.:33:33.

used to do a roast years ago, I just used to shove it in the oven

:33:33.:33:40.

but now a seal the meat first. makes a difference. Yes, it does.

:33:40.:33:47.

And the biggest one for some reason, meat at room temperature and the

:33:47.:33:52.

leaving it to sit and rest. Why does that work? Thing about

:33:52.:33:56.

yourself, if you jump into a really, really hot bath. And then you get

:33:56.:34:01.

out of it and you're feeling a little bit like that. So you get

:34:01.:34:10.

out of the bath tub and you moisturise. Yes. Yes, check

:34:10.:34:19.

yourself out and do a few press-ups. You relax. Put a bit of music on.

:34:19.:34:23.

Well the meat is exactly the same. It wants a little bit of a rest.

:34:23.:34:30.

And once it's had a rest it's relaxed so then when you slice it's

:34:30.:34:40.

going to be better The principle is however long you cook it for you

:34:40.:34:46.

should rest the meat for 50% of that time. No way? That is quite

:34:46.:34:53.

hard. Say you cook a steak for eight minutes, rest it for four and

:34:53.:35:01.

it calms down. Now flip it over. Look at that colour. Glorious! We

:35:01.:35:07.

get all of this fat. That's the other thing I've learnt from being

:35:07.:35:17.
:35:17.:35:17.

on the show, get your hands in. Don't touch the hot bits and you

:35:17.:35:22.

won't get burnt. And it makes you look really, really manly! That's

:35:22.:35:27.

why you're doing it. The only reason. Now, can you grate the

:35:27.:35:35.

lemon and slice the garlic. So, the match today. Yeah, are you

:35:35.:35:40.

Liverpool fans still bitter that our club gives us nice free scarves

:35:40.:35:46.

and flags and things and yours doesn't. Actually, I have to say

:35:46.:35:52.

the Liverpool flags are brilliant. Yes. And they did a nice one for

:35:52.:35:58.

you a couple of years ago at the Cup Final. We have a drepldz

:35:58.:36:04.

history for flag making, Tim - tremendous history for flag making,

:36:04.:36:10.

Tim. That's because you have a history in Europe and they are big

:36:10.:36:14.

with flags. Your fans used to embrace that. On to the match,

:36:14.:36:20.

neither of us have had fantastic seasons. Not really. We've both

:36:20.:36:25.

been up and down. Three home draws on the bounce and it's left us

:36:25.:36:30.

floundering a bit. But we'll come back with a good win at Stamford

:36:30.:36:36.

Bridge today and all will be well. You would normally seal this for

:36:36.:36:42.

longer than we have, but a nice bit of salt and pepper and I've tipped

:36:42.:36:48.

away the excess fat. Now the lemon zest and the lemon juice in there.

:36:48.:36:52.

And if you want you could chuck the whole of the lemon in. And the

:36:52.:37:00.

garlic can go in here as well. So the sauce is lemon zest, lemon

:37:00.:37:07.

juice, garlic and sage leaves. And yesterday, Tim Gudgeon retired

:37:07.:37:15.

yesterday, the man who does the scores. It was his last one

:37:15.:37:25.
:37:25.:37:37.

yesterday. The best score ever is East Four, five, for-five, four.

:37:37.:37:44.

Once that comes to the boil, in this feller goes, fat-side down.

:37:44.:37:49.

Turn it right down to a bear simmer and poach it for two-and-a-half

:37:49.:37:53.

hours. After two-and-a-half hours take the lid off and turn it over

:37:53.:37:59.

and poach it again for another hour. So it's a big three-and-a-half hour

:37:59.:38:06.

cook. Three-and-a-half hours. because what you want is, the pork

:38:06.:38:12.

shoulder we want it to long, slow cook. It's a real commitment though.

:38:12.:38:17.

Because you have to be at home. it's a simple commitment. When you

:38:17.:38:25.

come home from work...When I come home from work.7 what, a hard days

:38:25.:38:30.

work. Yes, when you come home from the office and the call centre

:38:30.:38:38.

where you work during the week. Don't knock it. Come back in and

:38:38.:38:45.

commit then. But you can cook this tonight and eat it tomorrow. You

:38:45.:38:52.

can reheat it. But I like to eat when I come in. It's a weekend dish.

:38:52.:38:57.

Get the Sunday or Saturday papers. Or if you do have time to do it

:38:57.:39:03.

during the day. If you're going to cook for somebody or your family,

:39:03.:39:10.

it's a nice thing to do. That spinach has a touch of oil and salt

:39:10.:39:16.

and just let it wilt down. Now you are going to like the way this

:39:16.:39:26.
:39:26.:39:26.

looks. Nobody looks at it and says it's gorgeous. I don't know. This

:39:26.:39:36.

is the milk that has curdleed. So we have something that looks not

:39:36.:39:43.

great but it smells delicious. The lemon and the garlic and the sage.

:39:43.:39:48.

Ah, look at the way that's falling apart. That is what we're looking

:39:48.:39:54.

for. That is everything that we want from this. It's so deliciously

:39:54.:39:59.

soft. And so what we're going to do, we're just looking for big clumps

:39:59.:40:05.

of this. It's going to fall apart. You can break it with your fingers.

:40:05.:40:12.

Look at that texture. Oh, that's amazing. Isn't it lovely. You see

:40:12.:40:17.

this is perfect. This has gone beyond almost being able to carve

:40:17.:40:22.

it, which is what I want. You want it that soft. And with it, you can

:40:22.:40:30.

have whatever you want. I like it cold in a sandwich. But we have

:40:30.:40:38.

some beans and rice. And a little spinach on there. It does smell

:40:38.:40:48.

good. It's poached in milk and lemon. I know, I was watching.

:40:48.:40:58.
:40:58.:40:59.

that meant to be like that? It is. I suppose that's curdleed milk.

:41:00.:41:09.

the flavour is unbelievable. Twiggy, if you'd like to....It Looks like

:41:09.:41:15.

prison food. I'll take your word for that. But the lactic assessed

:41:15.:41:21.

in the milk breaks down the meat. It looks incredibly soft. It's such

:41:21.:41:25.

a surprise. If someone gave you that and didn't tell you what it

:41:25.:41:34.

was. You can see it fall apart. That is amazing. I love cooking and

:41:34.:41:40.

sometimes with pork it can be overdone. I'm always worried about

:41:40.:41:45.

it being underdone, but this is lovely because it's so tender.

:41:45.:41:53.

you were put off by the sauce you could wipe it off, but it's

:41:53.:42:00.

gorgeous. What are myself ae Twiggy making later? A sticky toffee

:42:00.:42:05.

chocolate pudding. You can find that and all the other recipies on

:42:05.:42:10.

the website. Also e-mail your questions for Twiggy or Karl. Or

:42:10.:42:20.
:42:20.:42:25.

tweeth us. If you're a fan of the mini maestro

:42:26.:42:31.

from Minneapolis, watch this, it's for you. This is the Prince of

:42:31.:42:41.
:42:41.:42:43.

purple reign. Riding high on the success of his 1999 album, he used

:42:44.:42:53.
:42:54.:42:54.

profits from the record to support his film. Here was an unproven star

:42:54.:43:01.

making a movie in Minneapolis? a rookie director and unknown cast

:43:01.:43:09.

it was a huge gamble for all involved. # Please don't lie #

:43:09.:43:17.

But by the time of the film's premiere in July '84, word was out

:43:17.:43:25.

that Purple reign was a must-see. Aspirins entered the theatre that

:43:25.:43:29.

night, no-one, not even Prince could have predicted the impact of

:43:29.:43:39.
:43:39.:43:47.

The movie was set up by the first single from it and how does Prince

:43:47.:43:52.

give you one of those riveting things you can't get away from.

:43:52.:43:59.

Have you ever heard of a number one song that didn't have base? There's

:43:59.:44:05.

a three note hook and it's like, "That's it" it's a million seller.

:44:06.:44:13.

Anyone who had pop ears knew it was going to be a huge single.

:44:13.:44:21.

And you can follow the story of Prince and purple reign on the

:44:21.:44:27.

television. He was amazing. tiny. What has happened to him now?

:44:27.:44:35.

He's just a symbol now, chilling out with his millions.

:44:35.:44:43.

Karl has recently been on our screens trying to complete his

:44:43.:44:50.

bucket list in An Idiot Abroad. Have you heard of the bucket list?

:44:50.:45:00.
:45:00.:45:05.

Yes. What is it? It's things to do before you die. I could go into a

:45:05.:45:10.

jumble sale blindfolded and pick up random stuff and get a better

:45:11.:45:20.
:45:21.:45:24.

minimum than this. Easy, boys. cut your hair? I don't just say can

:45:24.:45:34.
:45:34.:45:42.

you cut that bit off and leave He's the new Michael Palin. Welcome

:45:42.:45:45.

to Something For The Weekend something Karl Pilkington. When you

:45:45.:45:51.

look at those clips, you must admit you've got a great life. A great

:45:51.:45:57.

life. You travel the world. I can't watch it. It makes me cartridge. I

:45:57.:46:05.

get a sweat down my back. In my head I think it's all good. And I

:46:05.:46:15.

used to dance as a kid. Did you? Yeah, a bit of body popping. The

:46:15.:46:25.
:46:25.:46:25.

robot. Now the Arndale Centre! We have asked loads of people to

:46:25.:46:30.

send in questions. So you don't do any work, you just get other people

:46:30.:46:40.
:46:40.:46:41.

to send it in. Why not. Mat, it, says what is your continue on

:46:41.:46:46.

Twitter. Why are you not on it? haven't got enough going on in my

:46:47.:46:52.

life. I know it seems fascinating because I'm doing all that

:46:52.:46:58.

travelling. But when I'm at home, it's nothing. To me, it's like

:46:58.:47:05.

writing a post card. It's nonsense, it's clutter. You don't need it.

:47:05.:47:10.

Thoughts on Christmas, magical time or waste of money? You see, you're

:47:10.:47:15.

making me look like all I do is moan. I'm not a fan of Christmas.

:47:15.:47:21.

But it's about kids and I haven't got any kids. I agree with you. I

:47:21.:47:26.

agree that Christmas should be about children and adults shouldn't

:47:26.:47:34.

buy each other presents. No, no, don't listen to that, Jamie! Do you

:47:34.:47:40.

tell your kids you've bought them or do you tell them about Father

:47:40.:47:46.

Christmas. We can't talk about this on the show? Why not? Because my

:47:46.:47:55.

kids are watching. Come off it! you saying that kids don't watch

:47:55.:48:02.

the show! But don't they compare presents. Karl, they believe the

:48:02.:48:06.

magic. We'll get into trouble with this. I just want to quickly ask,

:48:06.:48:12.

honestly, is that the real you that we see? Yes it is. I used to work

:48:12.:48:18.

with him and yes, it is. There is no acting going on here. I mean,

:48:18.:48:23.

it's edited down so you're not seeing everything, but, yeah, that

:48:23.:48:29.

is me. This is the man who used to come on my radio show for

:48:29.:48:33.

competition and tell me it wasn't going well that night even though

:48:33.:48:39.

he worked for the same company as me. Yeah. But it's not that bad. I

:48:40.:48:45.

don't understand why people - I don't think I moan that much.

:48:45.:48:53.

think people like your honesty. That's right. You're honest. Your

:48:53.:48:57.

DVD is out and it's the bucket list. We don't know what that is, but

:48:57.:49:03.

it's big in America. And it means things you want to do before you

:49:03.:49:08.

die? Yes, if you could do anything, what would you do. And there was a

:49:08.:49:17.

list of 100 things and it was like whale watching, switching -

:49:17.:49:22.

swimming with dolphins. And transSiberian railway. But this is

:49:22.:49:28.

what you really want to do? this is a list that normal people

:49:28.:49:34.

put together and I picked off it. My favourite is whale watching. I

:49:34.:49:39.

was listening to you being interviewed the other day on Six

:49:39.:49:44.

Music. And you had a similar experience to me. You see the

:49:44.:49:51.

poster with a big whale. And the wallet is...You Don't get close. I

:49:51.:49:55.

was on the front of the boat, collapsed, feeling sick with one

:49:55.:49:59.

eye open and they were telling me there was a whale there, and it's

:49:59.:50:06.

in the distance and I thought, "Really, is this as good as it

:50:06.:50:13.

gets?" Basically you watch the sea for an hour and you're watching and

:50:13.:50:19.

you see the ripples and then they dive and they're down for an hour.

:50:19.:50:26.

I was worried because I know there are a lot of people watching

:50:26.:50:32.

wanting to love to do that stuff and all he's doing it moaning. I

:50:32.:50:37.

can come back now and say I've seen a whale and it is great, but at the

:50:37.:50:45.

time - you see people crying and saying it's so emotional. No it

:50:45.:50:51.

isn't. I love watching creatures but it's better to watch it on the

:50:51.:50:57.

telly. Did anything at all touch you? Some bacteria did. I always

:50:57.:51:07.
:51:07.:51:12.

get ill when I'm away. Do you take medicine with you? I took Strepsils

:51:12.:51:19.

to Japan so they numbed my taste buds. They don't advertise

:51:19.:51:29.

Strepsils for that, but it works! How do you feel, you've now become

:51:29.:51:33.

hero-worshipped by a lot of people because you're sharing the views of

:51:33.:51:40.

people. How does that fit with you? Have we got a picture of the guy

:51:40.:51:46.

with the tattoo? This guy has you tattooed on his arm. Do you think

:51:46.:51:52.

it is you, or just a man that looks like you? Yeah, it could be anyone.

:51:52.:51:57.

It's great that he loves me that much. But it's a dangerous game,

:51:57.:52:03.

isn't it. I'm not going to be around in a year. I was in Norway

:52:03.:52:10.

on a boat fishing and all these people said, "You're from England"

:52:10.:52:17.

and I have a picture. These people, their hero is you. You're getting

:52:17.:52:23.

to be famous all over the world. How does that sit? It's a bit of a

:52:23.:52:29.

pain. It's the biggest show on Sky. Honestly, it's great and it's good

:52:29.:52:33.

because it means you get offered another series. But that's only

:52:33.:52:39.

good if you want to do it. And I don't want to travel any more.

:52:39.:52:43.

have an e-mail from Stephen Merchant which says, "Karl, why

:52:43.:52:49.

don't you do another series of An Idiot Abroad? I've been everywhere.

:52:49.:52:54.

Honestly, my girlfriend bought me a globe when I started doing series

:52:54.:53:01.

one and she stuck little stickers on every time I've been somewhere.

:53:01.:53:06.

And I can spin it like that and pop my finger on it and I've been

:53:06.:53:11.

within that distance. That's pretty good. Yes, but I've done it now and

:53:11.:53:16.

you should never go to the same place twice. The world is becoming

:53:16.:53:24.

similar everywhere you go? Everywhere you go, there's star

:53:24.:53:32.

bucks and Gap and HMV where you can buy An Idiot Abroad in DVD. And

:53:32.:53:38.

there are some days when you think, "Why am I eating that?." As long as

:53:38.:53:47.

I can sleep well and eat well I'm happy anywhere. All right get your

:53:47.:53:54.

questions coming in, because we can ask them when Karl is cooking.

:53:54.:54:04.

Here is what is still to come today. Mums the word in Frozen Planet.

:54:04.:54:13.

Despite her sleepyness, her instinct to nurse is overwhelming.

:54:13.:54:23.
:54:23.:54:25.

Simon makes a mushroom and tarragon Pithivier. And there's front-line

:54:25.:54:35.
:54:35.:54:38.

Pithivier. And there's front-line medicine in Afghanistan. And Lucy

:54:38.:54:44.

Hedges is here with some of the best gadgets on the market. A pair

:54:44.:54:52.

of headphones that double up as speakers. I fancy them. But I'm

:54:52.:54:57.

joined in the kitchen with Twiggy, who tells me she is a good cook.

:54:57.:55:03.

am, but I don't really cook puddings, because, Lee, my husband

:55:03.:55:10.

is a savoury man. And I try not to eat too many of them, for obvious

:55:10.:55:16.

reasons. So I'm intrigued. But I love cooking, and I think I'm all

:55:16.:55:22.

right. Have you always cooked? in the early days, because I grew

:55:22.:55:29.

up in the '50s and my mum cooked and I didn't learn until my late

:55:29.:55:33.

'20s. And in the modelling world there wasn't time to cook. No, and

:55:33.:55:40.

I was always travelling. I had Karly when I was 29. And once you

:55:40.:55:46.

have kids you're very into what they are eating and I was into

:55:46.:55:51.

making fresh baby food. Yes, you become more aware.

:55:51.:55:58.

Right. So we're going to make a sticky toffee and chocolate pudding.

:55:58.:56:04.

Very healthy. The sauce is a caramel sauce, chocolate, cream and

:56:04.:56:12.

butter and for the pudding dates, water and cocoa and flour and eggs.

:56:12.:56:19.

And butter and sugar that we have already creamed together. And it's

:56:19.:56:24.

dark chocolate? Yes. We've made the sauce as a caramel sauce before but

:56:24.:56:30.

never with the chocolate in. It probably should be illegal. Butter,

:56:30.:56:34.

sugar and cream into the pan and boil it up. And leave it sitting

:56:34.:56:43.

there and followed the chock - chocolate in to make it really

:56:43.:56:50.

naughty. And crack the egg in and beat it like mad. The whole egg. I

:56:50.:56:56.

am yes. This Tweet says, "How do you feel about being one of the

:56:57.:57:03.

most iconic faces for the last 50 years?" Well, that's very sweet.

:57:03.:57:08.

But I don't go through the day thinking about it because I get on

:57:08.:57:12.

with what I'm doing. When I see those pictures it's like this funny

:57:12.:57:19.

little person I used to know. know when you have a picture of

:57:19.:57:25.

yourself, at the time, did you think you were stunning? Oh, no,

:57:25.:57:31.

like every teenage girl I hated what I looked like. I was so skinny.

:57:31.:57:37.

When I was discovered I weighed 93 pounds. Wow, and this was natural?

:57:37.:57:44.

Oh, yes, I've always had a very good appetite. It's always a debate.

:57:44.:57:49.

It is a big issue and now that people are more aware of it, the

:57:49.:57:56.

model agencies, the good ones, are really taking care and on the

:57:56.:58:04.

weight thing. Really go for it. can't cook and talk at the same

:58:04.:58:09.

time. What you'll find is when you do

:58:09.:58:14.

that, like with the milk and the lemon in the pork dish, it may

:58:14.:58:21.

begin to curdle. How do you stop that? Just sprinkle a little flour

:58:21.:58:29.

in it. Oh, and that stops the curdleing. That's brilliant. It's

:58:29.:58:33.

not something you need to worry about too much, because we're going

:58:33.:58:41.

to mix in the flour later on. going to get this down the front of

:58:41.:58:47.

my jacket. Right the sauce has boiled up. Turn it off the heat.

:58:47.:58:54.

This is the low-fat caramel sauce. And just to make it better for you,

:58:54.:58:59.

the chocolate goes in. And that is the most evil sauce we've ever made

:58:59.:59:08.

on the show. I know somebody who would love this. My son's wife,

:59:08.:59:15.

Ginny, she's very partial to chocolate. Isle' take one home for

:59:15.:59:20.

her. So these are the dates. Tip those in. This is a simple spongey

:59:20.:59:27.

mix. And an e-mail from Sophie, "What is your favourite song on the

:59:27.:59:34.

new album?" Oh, that's hard because I've picked them all because

:59:34.:59:40.

they're favourites. But probably the one I do with my daughter.

:59:40.:59:50.
:59:50.:59:58.

do you like doing due yet? Yes, and I've done one with Richard Marx.

:59:58.:00:02.

And he immediately said he would duet with me, which is nice,

:00:02.:00:07.

because he's got such a beautiful voice. Now we tip in the flour and

:00:07.:00:14.

the cocoa powder. All this flour? Yes. And then gently followed it in.

:00:14.:00:22.

And then we put the dates in. I love a date. These are jewels,

:00:22.:00:28.

which are my favourite. So I'm folding this in? Like a cake.

:00:28.:00:34.

Or making a batter. This is a traditional sticky toffee pud, and

:00:34.:00:44.

to make it even more evil, add the cocoa powder. So it's an ordinary

:00:44.:00:54.
:00:54.:00:54.

sticky toffee pud but you add the chocolate. Yes. You see now frblgs

:00:54.:01:04.
:01:04.:01:05.

as it was starting to -- you see at the start, when it was curdleing?

:01:05.:01:15.

Now it isn't. I'm glad you weren't any where near my mixture. The look

:01:15.:01:22.

of panic on your face. That was one of those moments. Keep away from me

:01:22.:01:29.

with that. Now all this comes together. You could either make

:01:29.:01:37.

this as one great big tray brake. Like brownies. Yes, but we have

:01:37.:01:45.

these little tissues which have paper in there which is buttered so

:01:45.:01:53.

it doesn't stick. Oh, my arm. is a lot in there. It smells lovely.

:01:53.:01:59.

Now in there? Yes, but here's a little tip. If you spoon it like

:01:59.:02:05.

that as you come up and then when you go into it go down that way and

:02:05.:02:10.

it won't drip on the sides. kids would love making this.

:02:10.:02:16.

that goes into there and cook them for tsh-if you do them as

:02:16.:02:26.

individuals 25 minutes, but if it's a big one it will take...My Boys

:02:26.:02:31.

will be asking to do this this afternoon. Eye this is what we end

:02:31.:02:38.

up with. These are our delicious toffee puds.

:02:38.:02:43.

Toffee and chocolate. That sits on there and then the evil chocolate

:02:43.:02:49.

caramel sauce. Evil. Did you see what went into that? I know. You

:02:49.:02:56.

ain't going to lose weight with this, ladies? Nicely for Christmas.

:02:56.:03:03.

Can Twiggy stop working and come over? Yes. Please. Oh, thank you.

:03:03.:03:09.

So you get sticky toffee, the chocolate and caramel. Wow, that's

:03:09.:03:18.

good. Auf, the guys have got in first.

:03:18.:03:26.

That's amazing. What's the final dish? Mushroom pithivier, which

:03:26.:03:32.

Karl will be making. You know what's magic are the dates. That's

:03:33.:03:42.
:03:43.:04:05.

gorgeous. Now it's cocktails and arrived in the Galapagos Islands to

:04:05.:04:10.

prevent an environmental disaster. Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman are

:04:10.:04:15.

now officially divorced. Iain Duncan Smith received 61% of the

:04:15.:04:25.
:04:25.:04:35.

He's one of the teachers protecting the stone. He's not about to steal

:04:35.:04:42.

it. What? Come on, out. I'm preoccupied today.

:04:42.:04:49.

Can any of us name the year when the Harry Potter film came out?

:04:49.:04:56.

went 2001. Simon's gone '99. think it was after the millennium.

:04:56.:05:03.

I'll say 2002. I'll say the year 2000. We've covered it all. When do

:05:03.:05:08.

we know the answer? At the end of the show.

:05:08.:05:15.

There's a prize of �1 million to get it right! Wayne, you're going

:05:16.:05:21.

to do cocktails for us? Twiggy, welcome to the bar. It's a pleasure

:05:21.:05:30.

to have you here. Thank you. We're going to do a couple of modern

:05:30.:05:35.

classics. A cosmopolitan. And a Martini. They've come back around.

:05:35.:05:43.

Yes, the fruit ones have. Which is a bit of a sacrilege. Because the

:05:43.:05:52.

originals were Gwyn and Vermouth. And in America, people city drink

:05:52.:06:00.

more cocktails than they do wine. I was 16-and-a-half when I first went

:06:00.:06:05.

to the States. Actually, the first time I went to Paris and I went

:06:05.:06:14.

into a restaurant and I ordered a Coca-Cola - I was 16-and-a-half,

:06:14.:06:20.

and the waiter was disgusted. He said, "What vintage" and walked

:06:20.:06:26.

away! This has a double shot of citrus

:06:26.:06:35.

vodka. Orange liqueur and one measure of cranberry juice. Seedial

:06:35.:06:41.

Sassoon came on the show and he sort of smashed our image of the

:06:41.:06:46.

'60s, because we asked him if he was out partying all the time and

:06:46.:06:53.

he said, "No, I had to go and work." Me too. That's probably why

:06:53.:06:58.

we're still here. I started to drink alcohol in my late 20s, but

:06:58.:07:08.
:07:08.:07:11.

I'm a wine girl. I don't drink cocktails, but I'll certainly taste

:07:11.:07:19.

it. You sit sipping them and then your knees go. Because they taste

:07:19.:07:29.
:07:29.:07:29.

like juice. Didn't this become famous from a film? Sex in the City.

:07:29.:07:38.

This is a twist on a traditional drink with the cranberry juice. And

:07:38.:07:46.

then is got the flame to it, to get the caramel on the time. And after

:07:46.:07:51.

Sex In The City you've got blokes from Newcastle drinking it. That's

:07:51.:07:57.

the influence you can have. Do you want a straw? Is it very strong?

:07:57.:08:05.

has a little kick to it. I can see why people love it. I can. But it's

:08:05.:08:13.

lethal. Especially for a Sunday morning. I haven't had any

:08:13.:08:23.

breakfast yet! You can have that pork for breakfast. Yes, I've had a

:08:23.:08:33.
:08:33.:08:33.

mouthful of that. This is pineapple juice and a wedge of lemon. And

:08:33.:08:39.

vermouth. How many times as the Twiggy look come back into fashion?

:08:39.:08:46.

Well, I've never counted it, but when it cake back in the '90s, we

:08:46.:08:53.

thought it was last a year. All the new people are so intrigued by the

:08:53.:08:59.

'60s now. There was that girl in the band in X Factor, she had the

:08:59.:09:08.

Twiggy look. This is a bit more punchy. Yes, that's nice. Twiggy

:09:08.:09:13.

you had loads of Manchester dies as well. Everything from magazines to

:09:13.:09:20.

coat hangers. Wedding dolls. have a picture of a Twiggy doll.

:09:20.:09:24.

That's an original. They're really hard to find now. Because I got on

:09:24.:09:31.

to it, because I didn't have any. Did you get one? Yeah, a lady in

:09:31.:09:41.
:09:41.:09:41.

America got one for me. But they go for $600 thousand. What were the

:09:42.:09:47.

parties like? I was not a big, I'm a bit of a home girl. I wasn't a

:09:47.:09:53.

big party girl. I did go to them. And when I went to America I had

:09:53.:10:01.

parties thrown for me so I met Clint Eastward. Did you meet Andy

:10:01.:10:08.

Warhol? I did. What was he like? went to the factory. He always

:10:08.:10:13.

scared me. He had a very pale, white face and grunted a lot. But

:10:13.:10:18.

he was probably stoned out of his tree. And I didn't like it, because,

:10:18.:10:25.

you know, I came from Neasden and I was being taken into this weird

:10:25.:10:31.

place be these weird people. Let's cancel today and just talk about

:10:31.:10:37.

the '60s. That was lovely. Did you try it. If you want to try Wayne's

:10:37.:10:46.

cocktails they are on the website. As winter hits the poles again,

:10:46.:10:53.

only the hardy remain. A mother polar bear. This is amazing.

:10:53.:11:00.

cubs are born blind and tiny. An early birth is easier on the mother,

:11:00.:11:10.
:11:10.:11:38.

Despite her sleepyness, her The cub's clucking calls, stimulate

:11:38.:11:44.

her to produce milk. And what milk. It's nine times richer than our own

:11:44.:11:54.
:11:54.:12:10.

and enables her to double their It's over two months since the

:12:10.:12:15.

autumn snows first arrived. In two more months, polar bear families

:12:15.:12:19.

will emerge on to the snowy collapse all around the Arctic. But

:12:19.:12:29.

for now, they lie protected within their icy cocoons.

:12:29.:12:35.

You can catch up with Frozen Planet on Wednesday night on BBC One. Now

:12:35.:12:41.

it's time for the gadgets. And Karl is helping me along. You've brought

:12:41.:12:45.

in your invention. I'm laughing, but I shouldn't because it's a good

:12:45.:12:55.
:12:55.:12:57.

one. Can you talk us through it? It's the pillow pump. You're

:12:57.:13:01.

laughing, but I came up with that in Japan because they don't have

:13:01.:13:06.

chairs there. And you get sick and tired of sitting on hard flooring.

:13:06.:13:13.

And when you're not used to it, it's a bit of a shock. So I came up

:13:13.:13:22.

with this. It is one of those neck brace s. We should have Twiggy

:13:22.:13:28.

modelling this. Can I have a grab. Yes, it's padded. And you flogged

:13:28.:13:35.

these? And they sold out. Ricky and Steve said, "You'll never sell

:13:35.:13:44.

them." And did they? I sold the lot. Right, Lucy, what are your gadgets.

:13:44.:13:50.

This is the native union play. Which is a cross between a post-it

:13:50.:13:59.

and a camcorder. It allows you to record personal notes for your

:13:59.:14:05.

housemates, flatmates, and you can make a message and you can

:14:05.:14:15.

magnetise it to the fridge. You're not looking impressed? But you said

:14:15.:14:23.

a post-it note. That does it. some people like it digitised.

:14:23.:14:27.

you have to charge it up. And that's another thing. What's wrong

:14:27.:14:36.

with the paper? So you have this that on your fridge. Yes, it counts

:14:36.:14:43.

you in. Bread and milk. Don't forget bread and milk. How long can

:14:43.:14:49.

you leave a message for? Up to three minutes. And you can divide

:14:49.:14:57.

it up into loads of different message. And hit "play." Bread and

:14:57.:15:05.

milk. You see! Instead of having a written memo, your girlfriend,

:15:05.:15:11.

whoever will see the memo and think, "All right, bread and milk." You

:15:11.:15:18.

can have fun with it. How much is that? �50. What! Forget the bread

:15:18.:15:24.

and milk. That's expensive. It is. So it's a gimic. Yes, it's not

:15:24.:15:32.

necessary. I was going to say it's a stocking filler, but not for �50.

:15:32.:15:41.

Next up? These are hybrid headphones. Zumreed X hybrid ones.

:15:41.:15:51.
:15:51.:15:51.

Do you want to put them on. Did you do that on purpose! I'm sorry. Take

:15:51.:15:57.

them off and they're called hybrid because using this inline control,

:15:57.:16:03.

you can France form them into speakers. And that's not annoying!

:16:03.:16:09.

Some people like to make their music more of a social affair.

:16:09.:16:16.

think this is good because if you'reureing around you can

:16:16.:16:23.

introduce your music via this. is good. And how much? �120. That's

:16:23.:16:29.

not bad. And finally. Next up. It's not something that is hugely

:16:30.:16:37.

exciting. It's just a pillow. got to do it really quickly. It has

:16:37.:16:43.

built in springs wrapped in foam to ensure comfort and coolness and it

:16:43.:16:49.

never loses its shape. How much is that? �20. This is the best thing

:16:49.:16:54.

when you're travelling arched. Stick it in your trousers. Thanks

:16:54.:17:04.

Lucy and Karl. For more information just go to our website. Now a new

:17:04.:17:09.

series looking at front line medicine from Camp Bastion.

:17:09.:17:13.

Since 2005, all the troops on the ground have been issued with one

:17:13.:17:18.

piece of medical equipment that has made a massive difference to

:17:18.:17:23.

survival in that first ten minutes. Paramedic, Chief Petty Officer,

:17:23.:17:30.

Steve, shows me one. We carry them configured in such a way that we

:17:30.:17:40.
:17:40.:17:42.

can put them on single-handed. a new type of tourniquet. Simple

:17:42.:17:48.

but effective. If I have a big bleed here, and you want to get on

:17:48.:17:56.

to a single bone. Now pull it tight. Break it against this bar and pull

:17:56.:18:05.

it tight. That's really neat. So hopefully if you were spouting

:18:05.:18:11.

blood everywhere, this would slow it downle Yes, so it's no longer a

:18:11.:18:17.

major bleed or catastrophic. Someone told me that if they'd had

:18:17.:18:22.

it in Vietnam or any major battle it could have saved tens of

:18:22.:18:28.

thousands of lives. Yes, even in Ireland I can think of a few people

:18:28.:18:34.

who would still be around if we had these?

:18:34.:18:41.

Now, it's time for Karl to cook. I have a Tweet here from Craig Cash

:18:41.:18:47.

who says, "Do you wish you had made something better for the King and

:18:47.:18:57.
:18:57.:18:57.

his family than beans on toast." Explain it? When I was in Africa I

:18:57.:19:05.

had to invite the king and I was in a little campavan. So toast, beans,

:19:05.:19:13.

cheese on top of it. And he loved it. But there was no meat and he

:19:13.:19:18.

went mental. Isn't it derogatory not to serve them meat? I wasn't

:19:18.:19:25.

told that. What was the best, worst food you ate on An Idiot Abroad?

:19:25.:19:31.

Probably the sushi in Japan. Is the best or worse? Shocking. I don't

:19:31.:19:39.

know how they're getting away with it. �170 for a rotting fish. Three

:19:39.:19:43.

years old. Horrible. Really, really. I don't know what's going on. I

:19:43.:19:50.

don't get it. I'm not a fan of fish any way. You're saying that, but I

:19:50.:19:58.

want to eat it. He's turned me a little bit mad these days, because

:19:58.:20:06.

I want to eat all this weird stuff. I'm not usually sick and that made

:20:06.:20:12.

me sick. And I can watch I'm a celebrity and I say, "I've already

:20:12.:20:18.

had that." So, we're making a chutney with

:20:18.:20:28.

onion, chilli and vein var. And garlic, tarragon and lemon. So,

:20:28.:20:34.

Karl, roughly chop some mushrooms for me. And I will chop the onion.

:20:34.:20:40.

Have you seen so many different types of mushroom? Oh, yes I have.

:20:40.:20:45.

David says, "What's next for you?" what are you going to do for a

:20:45.:20:50.

career now. If you're not going to do An Idiot Abroad, what will you

:20:50.:21:00.

do? Documentries? Ricky wants to do? Documentries? Ricky wants to

:21:00.:21:03.

try me on IT. Which is the camera. Is this rude?

:21:03.:21:12.

No, it's not rude. It's a part he wants me to play. It's not rude,

:21:12.:21:19.

look. OK. The idea is he wants me to play a part and he sends out

:21:19.:21:27.

pictures of how he wants me to look. This is an official picture. That's

:21:27.:21:32.

a good look, isn't it. That's the actual, proper picture that. I

:21:32.:21:41.

don't know if that's how they made Avatar. So that's how you'll be

:21:41.:21:46.

seeing me next. But I don't know anything about it. So, yeah, I'm

:21:46.:21:55.

going to have a go at that. Are you surprised by it all, though. When

:21:55.:22:00.

were you first on our show? Three years ago. Maybe even longer. And a

:22:01.:22:07.

lot of people knew you, but an awful lot didn't. But now everyone

:22:07.:22:14.

knows who you are. Yes. Not everyone. It's on Sky, isn't it.

:22:14.:22:21.

I'm not having a go. It's a good channel. Does Suzanne get annoyed

:22:21.:22:28.

by all the things he says on An Idiot Abroad. Like I say, we're on

:22:28.:22:33.

Sky and we haven't got Sky, so she's probably just heard that now.

:22:33.:22:40.

Cheers for that. James says how was the wing walk and would you do it

:22:40.:22:47.

again? That looked terrifying. not an adrenaline junkie, and

:22:47.:22:53.

that's probably the point of the programme. I'm not in to doing

:22:53.:22:59.

these daft alternative things. I either had to do a wing walk or

:22:59.:23:06.

enter a Mr Leather competition. So it was the wing walk. I couldn't do

:23:06.:23:12.

it? I couldn't do fairground rides let alone that. So, we cook all

:23:12.:23:18.

this down in loads of butter. Let them drain and we end up with this.

:23:18.:23:24.

There's a lit of tarragon in there. The reason why I hate fairground

:23:24.:23:32.

rides is when I was a Sid we went to a fairground and my friend said

:23:32.:23:37.

his brother had found a huge nut that had fallen off one of the

:23:38.:23:44.

rides and the people who owned the ride just kicked it to one side.

:23:44.:23:49.

It's nonsense, but I keep thinking they'll fall apart.

:23:49.:23:58.

So, click that on. We then have potato and cottage cheese and salt

:23:58.:24:05.

and pepper. And then all of that then goes into there as well. My

:24:05.:24:11.

favourite bit was the Glee one. Because I can see you on things

:24:11.:24:18.

like the wing walk when you don't want to do them. But the Glee one,

:24:18.:24:22.

imagine being out of your comfort zone and having to perform. It was

:24:22.:24:27.

brilliant. It was tough. I'm not a performer like that. I never really

:24:27.:24:33.

got involved in plays at school. I always got out of that. So to find

:24:33.:24:37.

myself with all these young kids with daft haircuts and things like

:24:37.:24:43.

that. And then I had to sing van hailen. And I haven't got a God

:24:43.:24:49.

voice. And you know, dancing, you have to be sychronised. And I think

:24:49.:24:53.

what's the point. Because if everyone's doing the same dance,

:24:53.:24:58.

you might as well just have one bloke. For the viewers it's nice to

:24:58.:25:06.

have different dancers going on. That will do. That's the filling.

:25:06.:25:12.

Now, two circles cut out of that. Kenny says what do you think of

:25:12.:25:22.
:25:22.:25:23.

magic? What, do you mean like...Do You enjoy magic? That Dynamo is

:25:23.:25:30.

good at the moment. Clever that. Yes, but I watch dynamo and then I

:25:30.:25:35.

go on YouTube and see how he does it and ruin it for me. How does he

:25:35.:25:42.

do it? Which one? The one when he goes in the floor outside a shop.

:25:42.:25:47.

I'll tell you after the show. Honestly, do you know how he does

:25:47.:25:54.

it? Yes, it's on YouTube. That's not real magic. Have you heard

:25:54.:25:59.

about this fellow Russell Grant, he can look at the stars and tell your

:25:59.:26:04.

futures. What do you think of star signs? I don't look at them. I

:26:04.:26:08.

don't want to know. I think it can mess with your head a little bit.

:26:08.:26:14.

It can. It can get in the way of...Life. Treat every day, you

:26:14.:26:21.

know. What am I doing? Another circle goes on top and then press

:26:21.:26:31.
:26:31.:26:37.

it round. Have we nearly finished, Simon, we are running out of time.

:26:37.:26:44.

Yes. Now, brush it to glaze it. Let's pretend we've done that,

:26:44.:26:50.

shall we today and produce something out of the oven. I'm on

:26:50.:26:58.

it. And you can leave that now. Simon plates the Pithiviers. Louise

:26:58.:27:05.

and Twiggy have the deja vu year. When Iain Duncan Smith became Tory

:27:05.:27:15.

leezer, the - leader. What year was it? I was wrong. It's 2001.

:27:15.:27:21.

didn't know I had got it right. Clever clogs. I was only a year out.

:27:21.:27:29.

Have you any more questions? Yes. A Tweet from Sarah for Twiggy. How

:27:29.:27:36.

fun was it filming at an fab? was wonderful. And the hardest

:27:36.:27:41.

thing was not laughing, because they are so funny and I got the

:27:41.:27:50.

giggles. What would you say you are now? A model, an actress, a singer?

:27:50.:27:55.

What is your passion? Everything. I'm very lucky because I've been

:27:55.:28:01.

able to do lots of things. And it's all performing. Whether you're

:28:01.:28:06.

modelling, singing. And I've always designed things. Can you remember a

:28:06.:28:11.

time when you weren't famous. Do you remember back to 15? Of course

:28:11.:28:21.

I do. I'm not that old! Do you remember." Do you sometimes wish

:28:21.:28:27.

you weren't famous, like you'd be normal again? It's such a normality

:28:27.:28:34.

for me and it doesn't intrude on your life. Because I live such a

:28:34.:28:40.

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