21/08/2011 Something for the Weekend


21/08/2011

Live cooking and celebrity chat. Tim Lovejoy, Louise Redknapp and chef Simon Rimmer are joined by Shooting Stars' Vic and Bob and the original Pop Idol, Will Young.


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Hello, good morning. Welcome to the programme. It's 10 o'clock. We are

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joined live by National, the treasures of Vic Reeves and Bob

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Mortimer. As if that wasn't enough, we also have singer, songwriter,

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actor and great British celebrity Will Young. They are here to meet

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some have it, do some cooking and take a look at next week's

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Good morning. Welcome to Something For The Weekend. Louise is back!

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How many months were you off for? knew that I'd get stick today.

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People stop me and say it in the street now, those boys give you a

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really hard time. I went on my holidays to Majorca. Any good?

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Lovely, great for the kids. Shopping? No. I didn't go shopping

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once a. You've just come back? was in Norway. Nice? Brilliant.

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Lovely place. Nice people, good place. What was the weather like?

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It was good. It was warm, cloudy, bit of rain. Everything that I like.

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It was good, cloudy, rain! Variation, that's what I like. We

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went fishing, we went water-skiing, the whole shebang. I tasted water

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from deep fiords. Would you recommend it? Yes. Beautiful place?

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Yes, if you like nature. It was a big week in... Television terms,

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this week. All of the big shows started. Big Brother, did you see

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that? It I did, I watched a bit last night. I'm not the biggest fan,

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to be honest. I found it a little bit hard going, to be honest. I

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think you have to like someone in it or hate somebody in it. I don't

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think I am anywhere in any of them. I watched the contestants... Well,

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you don't really call them contestants, the celebrities going

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in. I haven't seen it since. looking at these celebrities. Tara

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Reid. She is probably the most famous. I went on holiday with her

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once. Well... She was in the same place I was staying. Did you talk

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to her? Do you know what? Do you know what, what? Well, she was

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drinking habit and she gave my daughter's bracelets. That's nice.

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My daughter has made the world They were hanging out with her,

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they were, like, she's getting broody! Everybody says the same

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thing, there are no celebrities, and then everybody gets into it.

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What is weird this week is that they're not two wives of people.

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It's odd. Wives?! You are famous because he was someone's wife, and

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then you get in. X Factor, last night. Did you see that? I didn't

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see it. I liked it. The highlight for me was Gary Barlow. I thought

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he was brilliant. Everybody thinks he's a bit boring. I thought he was

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brilliant. I saw the end, where the little lad ended up having a go at

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them all. The producers know that he's not very good and he's been

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told he's good, to get up there and get an audition. Everybody knew

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that was going to happen. Then he becomes famous. Is it a good thing?

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He's in the papers, is it good to be famous for the wrong thing or

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not at all? I found it depressing. I think giving him airtime, I

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didn't like it. It should be about talent. He has no talent.

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people laugh. People love it. Entertainment. I want positives,

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not negatives. Embrace the positive. I agree, embrace the positive!

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Following his success on stage and screen, Will Young is back doing

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what made him famous, a new single and a new sound. Vic Reeves and Bob

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Mortimer are here to talk about what makes their comedy brains work

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and the latest series of Shooting Stars. If you've got something you

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want to ask or say to Vic and Bob,, the royalty, as we all know, if

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there is a question you have always thought you'd like to ask them,

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then... I think we've got some here, but I don't think they are

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particularly good. It would be good to have some more. Will Young, as

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well as a singer and actor, he's also into politics. He's been on

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Question Time, we will show you a bit of that later. If you got a

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question for him, maybe politics, senders and e-mail or get in touch

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through Twitter. -- send us an e- mail.

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What are we making today? Now that you are back, we can get a proper

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food. Starting, beef tataki. Its Japanese marinaded beef fillet. A

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very bare Beith, a very rare beef and fresh salad. And then we have

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the mirin glaze sea bass. That is Japanese rice wine vinegar. We've

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got pak choi, coconut rice, green Thai curry sauce. Nights. Good

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shot! Desert is Dulce de Leche up brownies. That is condensed milk

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that you boil up and it becomes thick and like caramel. Is that

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what you used for banana and toffee pie? A can of condensed milk, you

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boil it away and it thickens and you get that delicious toffee. Or

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you can buy at already made, probably easier. Is it calorific?

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Speaking of which... Corn dogs. They are hot dogs, wrapped in

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polenta, flour and eggs and then deep-fried. I'd never tried one of

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those, I want to try one. When we were in California, I tried them. I

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know they are really bad for you, but there's something nice about

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them. Sometimes you got to have something bad for you, you've just

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got to. So we are doing that. the recipes can be found on the

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website. Here is what else is happening between now and 11:30am.

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More victims, more laughs and more Shooting Stars. You can see the

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question, you can read it out yourself. Go on! It is Jurassic TB

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in Komodo: Secrets Of the Dragon. Dragons have an incredible sense of

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smell, using their forked tongues to taste the air for odours. And a

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right royal Trekkie in Harry's We have to be more careful, it can

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Renaud van just break your leg. Simon has just said, I love Komodo

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dragons! There you go! Are you going to giggle while I am trying

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to do this? Sorry, Miss. Would it be one of your top five animals?

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Yes. Donkeys and monkeys, obviously. I just wanted to say... Wait! I've

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missed you, what are you making? got some Mediterranean-style drinks.

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If your palate leans towards more a bitter, dry, refreshing drink, I've

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got some really tantalising ones. It's hard to smile for him today.

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It yes, he's an Arsenal fan. They didn't do very well yesterday.

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Simon is a Liverpool fan, a bit of tension in the studio. We're going

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to cook beef? Beef tataki. Japanese marinade beef. Salad accompaniments,

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shallot, cucumber, pickled ginger, beansprouts and watercress. The

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marinade is brown sugar, shallots, soy sauce, ginger, garlic. Similar

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ingredients for the salad. Lehman, this time, sugar and chilli. --

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lemon. If you are someone who only likes the beef cooked right the way

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through, if you marinaded in this way, it's probably the best way to

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sample it without it being cooked through. What they don't like about

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steered beef is that you get the bloody mess of it. Because we

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marinade this and then let it go cold, all of the juice sets, so you

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get delicious flavour, rather than it being bloody. It's not blood, is

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it? No... Well, yes, it is. But I watched it on QI, what is it?

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doubting myself now. I can't get involved, I've got no idea.

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thought they said it wasn't. I don't know, maybe someone could...

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I could be wrong. It's a first, but I could be wrong. When you cook it,

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is it blood, or is it just uses? Send us a tweet. Surely, it's got

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to be blood? Unless Stephen Fry was We asked hearing this, I need you

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to cut that in half down the middle, very finely sliced shallots. We got

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to start grating the ginger and I'll crush the garlic. For the

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dressing, if he would like to chop that chilli. Everything goes into

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that bowl. The soy sauce, the vinegar... And by doing rains?

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doesn't really matter. You can cut it in half and do it quite finely.

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Whichever you feel is the creative way to do it. Just finely chop.

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went fishing in Norway. I'm not really into fishing. Well, I didn't

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think I was. But it's really fun if you go out on a boat out to sea.

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Have you done that, sea fishing? It's amazing. It's really good fun,

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a couple of cans of beer, we caught mackerel and some cod. My kids got

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into it, they caught the food, killed it and then they cooked it.

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To actually see the whole process, it's quite good. What else did you

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eat that was good? We caught crabs, we ate them as well. I ate brown

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cheese. It tastes a bit like Dulce de Leche. It's got a really sweet

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flavour. Something I love is called It's a traditional meal that they

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have won Thursday's. It's like when we have fish and chips on Friday.

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It's a dumpling. They cook it with smoked pork and stuff. It's quite

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stodgy, but it's delicious. Should we make it? We should, it's

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delicious and I liked it a lot. Anything like dumplings is nice.

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It's quite comforting food. Norway was do particularly rich country

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until it found its oil. I think it was... I don't know, what poorer

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people used to meet tough on themselves up -- to -- used to eat

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to fill themselves up. There's incredible fish over there, we ate

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in a restaurant and the guy that owned it said he had a real treat.

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He brought out boiled cauliflower. They struggle to grow vegetables.

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He thought it was such a treat. We are going, you know... Up we had

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Just to recap, we've got lime, shallots, lime, ginger, a really

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nice marinade. Is that fine enough? That's perfect. The lemon zest in

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there, that is the dressing For Allah salads. These things are

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separate. Pour the marinade into there. This is a little bit strange.

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We really want to work all of these flavours into this. Our lovely

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piece of beef goes into there. We zip up the bank... Well, we don't

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Then we work that marinade into the beef. Kobe beef, which they massage

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the cow was, we are kind of doing Do you just think, what can we get

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Louise and Tim to do? Massage some There is a genuine reason for doing

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that. You want to work as much of the flavour into the fibres of the

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meat. Then we let it go completely cold. When it is cold, put it in

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the fridge and trill it down. If he can do this a day in advance, it

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really makes for some delicious flavour. A minimum of two hours, I

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would say, for it to marinade. I'm just going to slice up bits and

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bobs for the salad. A minimum of two hours? So you get some flavour

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in there. Ideally, overnight. If you fancy this, have at 40 tomorrow,

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rather than today. For the salad, a I led the way the Spanish beat. It

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is all about sharing. -- eat. You pick at what is in the middle of

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the table. I love it. You are going to look back at yourself in 10

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years, massaging Sam meat in a bag and think, what was I doing?

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next thing we do is, we have marinaded this overnight. The stuff

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coming out of meet his muscle and not blood. -- meat. What I want is

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really find slicing. As fine as you can without it falling apart. If

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you start to cook like that and he pinched the beat, you will find it

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holds bit tighter. -- you pinch the beef. As much of that slicing as

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you can. If ever you're going to eat meat, today is the day. Did I

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put enough lemon in there? I always get and it will do. It is probably

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enough. We have ginger, shallots, bean sprouts. That looks lovely.

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The presentation is key when you are having a dinner party.

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serve this on a board so everyone can dig into it rather than having

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little bits for everybody. Stick it on. Your days of growing up in

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Liverpool. That does look fab. this of marinated shallot sits on

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there. It is one of the nicest things we had cooked on the show.

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That is heaven. It will last a good while. What a remaking for the main

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course? Mirin Glazed Sea Bass. That is up there with the Komodo dragon.

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All of the recipes are on the website. This is amazing. What game

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show has barely any rules, celebrities who line up to be

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outgunned and hosts who seemed to enjoy themselves more than they

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really should? The answer is Shooting Stars. Your question is

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going to be delivered to you by Archie Andrews, a new friend to the

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show. He is a lovely friend of ours. That is it, Archie. On the other

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side is a question for you to read out. You can read it out yourself.

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I am not reading that. You can read it out yourself. Is it true or

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false, so there is black? It is Bowles. -- false. You can watch

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that episode on Monday on BBC Two. The main men are here with us now.

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Hello. How are you? Very well indeed. How is the show going?

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has been really well received. We must have learned something

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different. Eight series over how many years? We reckon 16 years.

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1993, whatever that is. industry keeps changing. When you

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do another series, do you think, we need to do something different.

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do it for at own good. This is probably the most exciting. This

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has dancing girls in an Boys and stuff. It is exciting. -- and boys.

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George Doors was such a big person and Angelos is a funny guy. He

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seems to have developed a life of his own on the show. It is quite

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nice because you do incorporate the music and the dancing girls. It

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makes something for everyone. There are some things in there which are

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interesting and entertaining. other words, if you do not like us!

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A lot of shows are gag after gag. Shooting Stars is full on

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entertainment. It is everything. is jam-packed with than and

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laughter. If anybody doesn't know what we are talking about with

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A quick change! We wrote that for us to do. We were going to do that

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and then we are offered it to Angelos to do. He has the best body.

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Is there any format to the show when you sit and write it? Do you

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think, we need a song and...? Absolutely. We work on different

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sections. Music has always been a big part of your act. Not many

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comedians do that. You do the singing and dancing and the comedy.

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We are old fashioned like that. We do not explain what is going on to

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the public. We have a song and dance in an old-fashioned way.

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do not say, do you remember when you were growing up? John Clements

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has said, who has been your biggest comedy inspiration? You have

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created a whole new type. I did not watch television. I liked spike

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Milligan. He was not allowed on the television much towards the end of

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his career. When he was, it was always a treat. Tommy Cooper as

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well. Lock and Hardy. You have done a load of stuff on the internet.

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What are they called? Afternoon delights. You should see them

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online. They are very good. It is a weird thing that people are having

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to move on to the internet. Everything you did was watched...

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It was two channels. Is that the way we are going? I think

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everything is going on the internet. You have a computer, don't you, at

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home? Do you enjoy it? The only problem is it is too high. Millions

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have watched it so that probably is the future. Less and less people

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are watching it on the television. It must be frustrating when you do

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not get a television slot and you think, I'll stick it on the

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internet. Yes, anyone can do it. We did 21. That was won a day Padang a

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month. So many people were tuning They are all made up as we go along.

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People think we are making Shooting Stars up. One big difference is

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that we learn the scripts. Everything we say is scripted. We

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learn it. There is not that the Lions on the autocue. -- reliance.

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Oliver says, would you ever do another sitcom? We are going to

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bring back On The Buses. Who do you have on this series of Shooting

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Stars? We had Jimmy Anderson on tomorrow. With a bit of luck he

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will be a big star. You get good names. People want to come on and

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be part of it, don't they? John Humphrys from Mastermind is very

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good. Has anyone not got it? Sat there and thought, I am not getting

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less. Occasionally you have that. We do not really allow people to

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say much. It is the highlight of my career being on the show. And mine.

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It really was a long time ago. and Bob are not going to go

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anywhere. They're going to do some cooking and help out with games and

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gadgets. E-mail on the website. Please tell us your name. When I

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was on holiday, I'm missed this, trying to guess the year from the

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music and news stories. Here it is, # Don't leave me this way.

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# I can't survive, I can't stay This was the day when Prince Andrew

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and Sarah Ferguson became engaged. This morning's announcement came at

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10am, an hour earlier than expected. Hampton Court Palace has been badly

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damaged by fire. The blaze has destroyed part of the south wing.

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Businessmen have taken over from the boffins as Amstrad computers by

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about the rights to manufacture and There is a touch of the Cassius in

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you. Did Mr Bainbridge have a pleasant look to his boys? No. He

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sounded as if he was chewing raw meat. That is him. He is a Charlton

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fan. That was a long time ago. Alex Jones said, I think it is season. I

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thought I might do it in football seasons Fisher. I am going to go

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1981-1982. No way! No. I am trying to think. We cannot do it on a year.

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We will have to do it on a football season. I am rubbish at that. Now

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we will start with your versions of our food. They took the try fought

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on location. This one is at Bristol In Norway there is the bloke who

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did the... You know the bloke who did the Angel of the North? Antony

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Gormley! He does those... Of those sort of bronze statues. Them

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everywhere in Norway. It's really good, you look around in car-parks

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and things. The beach at Formby, He's got his terrapin type thing.

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That is his wife's attempt at the beetroot pancake. Maybe a little

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anaemic. Do you name terrapins? Would you? It wouldn't be in my top

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Caroline and Clare from Surrey, king prawns. Again, they love their

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Cooking chicken with the Third Regiment. And also, I know that you

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have a crush in Esther Rantzen... have a crush in modern day, on old

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Esther Rantzen. At the time I didn't, but now I look back at her

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when she was young! This is John, who found these amusing carrots.

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Are we going to go down the, the Joe Abbie Jones in a quad bike?

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That would be brilliant! The beef was so good. We did it

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with a fillet of beef. If you want to get a cheaper cut, that would

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We are going to do a lovely piece of sea bass, which you are going to

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cook. We have mirin, coconut milk, green Thai curry. We then have rice,

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First things first, let's get the sea bass on the go, Tim. What I'd

:32:30.:32:34.

like you to do, with your best skills, this is a beautiful piece

:32:34.:32:44.
:32:44.:32:48.

of sea bass. I want you to trim and makes for nicer presentation.

:32:48.:32:52.

we were fishing on the boat, a couple of guys who fish a lot,

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Kenny, his name was... Great name. What are you doing? Bringing in an

:32:57.:33:07.
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know what I saw?! I saw the most amazing thing in Norway. You know

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what it was? A cruise ship. I've never seen one before. You've never

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seen a cruise ship? They are massive. It's like a town!

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Unbelievable. Incredible. We oil the fish, rather than the pan.

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We've left it out at room temperature. I never liked the idea

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of going out on a cruise. desperate to look inside one. It's

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so big. Apparently Gara swimming pools and everything. The idea of

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being confined in one space, while you kind of... With 10,000 people

:33:46.:33:50.

you don't know? Yeah, I struggle enough being at home with my family,

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never mind with 10,000 people you don't know. Into the pan, skin-side

:33:56.:34:01.

down. When I was on shooting Stars, they said to me, true or false, no

:34:01.:34:07.

man has ever enjoyed a family holiday. True or false? False!

:34:07.:34:15.

Whereof I going? So skin-side down. Because it at room temperature, it

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doesn't arch its back. If it goes in cold, it will. This way, we cook

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it evenly. Back over two of the board, coconut rice, really simple

:34:23.:34:28.

to do. What we are going to do... It seems weird when we do that.

:34:28.:34:34.

When I am here, you are there. It just felt odd for a moment. Proves

:34:34.:34:44.
:34:44.:34:45.

ships. I'd never seen them before. But unless you live in

:34:46.:34:50.

Southampton... Do they come into Liverpool docks? They do, there's a

:34:50.:34:53.

big political debate. Liverpool want to get more of that lucrative

:34:53.:34:58.

market. They are enormous, absolutely massive. I just can't

:34:58.:35:02.

imagine them being good fun to go on. How much food must they put in

:35:02.:35:09.

those things? Loads. People at home ongoing, what? He's never seen a

:35:09.:35:14.

cruise ship? And you mocked me for the Komodo dragon. Here is a man

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who sent -- spent his holiday looking at cruise ships. I don't

:35:18.:35:22.

want to go on one... Well, I just want to look inside it. You should

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go down to the train stations and look at the things that can in

:35:26.:35:31.

there as well. Trains? Yeah, they are brilliant. When I grow up, it

:35:31.:35:35.

was so boring that we used to go and watch the trains, to see if

:35:35.:35:45.
:35:45.:35:46.

bit like The Railway Children? We stared at around. To recap, rice,

:35:46.:35:53.

coconut milk, lemon grass. We are now going to turn it over. You are

:35:53.:35:58.

cooling in the pan, because it was too hot? We would burn the fish,

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simple as that. People tend to go from the side. They will tear the

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skin and it doesn't look attractive. What we want to do is that we want

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to go from this end and then flip it over. That was easy! That is

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because you are great at cooking, Tim. Again, because it's cooked

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evenly, because it came to room temperature. The green Thai curry

:36:27.:36:30.

paste. It's just a simple accompaniment. I'm going to rattle

:36:30.:36:35.

through this, ideally, cook it slowly for four or five minutes so

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it becomes quite fragrant. Then add the coconut milk. Because we are,

:36:39.:36:43.

as ever, rapidly running out of time, we're going to bring that to

:36:43.:36:47.

the boil so you get delicious flavours. We've got the coconut

:36:47.:36:53.

rice, covering up to the boil. Lovely, fragrant rice. Two Things

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To finish off the fish. We're going to baste it. We're going to put a

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bit of butter on the side. I always like it when we start running out

:37:04.:37:14.

of time, you are smirking because you can see me... I was daydreaming

:37:14.:37:19.

about cruise ships again. Where would you go? I don't want to go on

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one. I just want to go into one and have a look around. How many people

:37:23.:37:29.

go on them? I don't know, thousands. It's terrifying, it's like a

:37:29.:37:35.

skyscraper. Bigger, just huge. I'd never seen anything like it. So, if

:37:35.:37:44.

you turn that off... It's like the Death Star. We drain off the excess

:37:44.:37:49.

but a. When you were younger and people used to say, I'd love to go

:37:49.:37:53.

on a cruise, that is what they are and I never got my head around it.

:37:53.:37:57.

We might be missing out. Maybe when we come into retirement, will do

:37:57.:38:02.

that. Someone told me you get your own apartment, with a garden.

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think those are the top end. What we would be able to afford is the

:38:06.:38:16.
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middle ones. You had just smell the container. We got pak choi which we

:38:19.:38:23.

have poached with some stock and some butter. So, two bits of pak

:38:23.:38:27.

choi. One of my favourite vegetables. It would be one of my

:38:27.:38:37.

top five. Always a really delicious flavour. Mine are peas. You can't

:38:37.:38:42.

beat them, a staple of your store cupboard. Turn it out for me. You

:38:42.:38:46.

don't have to do it with a fancy Cup, but it looks nice. Beautifully

:38:46.:38:54.

done. We have a little bit of an hour Thai curry sauce. It sits in

:38:54.:38:58.

there. That will bring all of this together. Finally, what we do with

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the mirin, it is Japanese rice wine vinegar. It's nice and sour, but

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with a lead of sweetness. We pressure that over the fish.

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nothing has happened to that? Nothing at all, straight out of the

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bottle. Sit back on there. I'm going to garnish with coriander

:39:17.:39:23.

leaves. I know you will not eat them, but it looks pretty. We also

:39:23.:39:29.

have lime. That looks nice. Thank you. Please, join in. I was

:39:29.:39:36.

thinking, if you had a pair of clip-on braces and some cherry red

:39:36.:39:39.

dot Martens, you could be like a cooking skinhead. It would look

:39:39.:39:49.
:39:49.:39:55.

quite good. I'd like it, some big place GAR music. What are we

:39:55.:40:05.
:40:05.:40:27.

is that? Just general fish? Cod is the king of fish. Call of

:40:27.:40:37.
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It's the same address if you want to give your questions to Vic and

:40:38.:40:44.

Bob or will UN -- Will Young. The this is a programme about one of

:40:44.:40:49.

the most primeval and slightly sinister creatures on the planet.

:40:49.:40:55.

It's set to dispel the myths about the super lizard, the natural world,

:40:55.:41:01.

the Komodo dragon. You love this. As cold-blooded reptiles, dragons

:41:01.:41:05.

can sit for hours assessing the situation around the water hole,

:41:05.:41:11.

waiting patiently for the perfect opportunity. Water buffalo were

:41:11.:41:16.

introduced to the islands by Dutch colonists. The heaviest Ra tan.

:41:16.:41:21.

It's a hard catch for even the biggest dragons. -- weigh in at a

:41:21.:41:31.
:41:31.:41:32.

ton. But a lame buffalo has a Dragons have an incredible sense of

:41:33.:41:37.

smell. Using their forked tongues to taste the air for odours. Its

:41:37.:41:40.

board they can even detect a pregnant buffalo by the smell she

:41:40.:41:48.

admits. They will follow her relentlessly, devouring her calf as

:41:48.:41:53.

she gives birth. So, the smell of a bloody cut to a buffalo leg is

:41:53.:42:01.

enough to rouse their senses. With excellent eyesight, they can easily

:42:01.:42:11.
:42:11.:42:13.

distinguish the lame from the They can literally smell the

:42:13.:42:23.
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buffalo's weakness. Several dragons You can hunt down the Komodo:

:42:26.:42:31.

Secrets Of the Dragon on Wednesday. Our second guest shot to fame in

:42:31.:42:34.

2002 when he became the first winner of Pop Idol. His debut

:42:34.:42:40.

single went straight to number one and became a best single of the

:42:40.:42:45.

decade. He's back this week, with not only a new album, but a new

:42:45.:42:55.
:42:55.:43:09.

# I'm tired of waiting. # And it feels like Jealousy.

:43:09.:43:19.
:43:19.:43:36.

# And I bowed out on my knees. Welcome to Something For The

:43:36.:43:40.

Weekend. We'll get on to your new video in a minute. Oh, that's

:43:40.:43:46.

boring! We can talk about ballet. This morning, when you met, a UK

:43:46.:43:53.

men and said, I love you. Stay! STAY! I was singing it in the

:43:53.:44:00.

shower, when I was exfoliating. Which one is that? Eternal? It's

:44:00.:44:05.

the first single, actually. Many, many years ago. I actually lusted

:44:06.:44:12.

after you at school. I had a post and everything. I've gone red.

:44:12.:44:16.

poster. And then you were discussing ballet? We realised we

:44:16.:44:22.

both have it in common. I still do ballet. You did it for... 18 years.

:44:22.:44:26.

Could you get together and do ballet? I think we should practise

:44:26.:44:32.

it after. That would be good for me to watch. We'll do it while we are

:44:33.:44:42.
:44:43.:44:46.

cooking. I'll stretch out. We will I bet you're good. Can we get Simon

:44:46.:44:55.

to do some as well? Now you're single and your video. There is an

:44:55.:45:04.

interesting theme. You work on a trapeze. You are a frustrated

:45:04.:45:12.

Olympian. I actually am. When people say, I could have played for

:45:12.:45:18.

West Ham if I kept up the training, I still think in my head I could be

:45:18.:45:27.

a 400 metre Olympian. I still think that in my head. I dream I play for

:45:27.:45:34.

Chelsea. I dreamed that the manager phones me up and says, can you do

:45:34.:45:42.

it this week? Will Young will be doing 400 metres. Louise Redknapp

:45:42.:45:50.

will be doing ballet. We could make it work. You actually ran the

:45:50.:45:58.

marathon, didn't you? I was a bit disappointed this year. I did it in

:45:58.:46:08.
:46:08.:46:09.

four hours and two minutes. Will you do it again? I want to do 3.5

:46:09.:46:15.

hours. Can you do it? I actually made a documentary on it. I went to

:46:15.:46:22.

Loughborough and had an assessment. That was just before I started

:46:22.:46:30.

smoking. They said, we think you can do it in 3.15. It is hard to

:46:30.:46:37.

keep going for all that time. I did it for Catch-22, a charity that

:46:37.:46:44.

helps young people and is very prevalent. I will do it again.

:46:44.:46:54.

is your album called? Echoes. People are saying it is like dance

:46:54.:47:00.

music. You don't like to call it that. It is not a dance album. What

:47:00.:47:04.

I should have done is picked out some of the nice things that people

:47:04.:47:14.

might say about it in reviews. It has got a kind of electro rhythm to

:47:14.:47:21.

it. Did that happen when you went back into the studio? Actually, it

:47:21.:47:28.

started when people were remixing my songs. Because I am known as

:47:28.:47:32.

mid-tempo and ballads, I was hearing the remixing and thinking,

:47:32.:47:40.

this kind of works. This desire to do this kind of record came about.

:47:41.:47:47.

I thought, if I do not do it now, I will never do it. I am beyond happy

:47:48.:47:54.

with the result. To come back with something different... I do not

:47:55.:48:01.

read reviews. That stays in your mind. The change of direction is

:48:01.:48:06.

always good after you have had a greatest-hits out because it is

:48:06.:48:11.

always good to have something new. You were the winner of Pop Idol.

:48:11.:48:17.

How come you have a career and so many others do not? I think it is a

:48:17.:48:23.

mixture of tenacity and stubbornness. I started Pop Idol

:48:23.:48:28.

because I wanted to be a pop star and a wanted to be a songwriter. I

:48:28.:48:36.

had such a passion for it. I refuse to give up. I just refuse.

:48:36.:48:42.

stick by what you want to do. you as passionate about politics?

:48:42.:48:49.

studied it at school and university. You were on Question Time.

:48:50.:48:55.

disagree. If they had opened the schools, people would complain it

:48:55.:49:00.

were a health and safety thing. You are being antiquated. I think there

:49:00.:49:04.

is a culture of timidity that is being created. They do not know

:49:04.:49:11.

which way to turn. Do I think it is the right decision? I do not think

:49:11.:49:17.

it to something for the public arena so, I do not think it is the

:49:17.:49:25.

right decision. Very stroppy. You're competing with Stephen Fry

:49:25.:49:32.

on the vocabulary brand. It is good that you were speaking your mind.

:49:32.:49:38.

want to do it again. I really like making comments. Coming in as

:49:38.:49:43.

someone who is in the entertainment business, you hold an interesting

:49:43.:49:50.

position on that show. You do not have to toe the line. You have lots

:49:50.:49:54.

of political opinions but the rest of the panel is armed with facts

:49:54.:50:03.

and figures. Did you do research? Yes, I did. I listened to the Today

:50:03.:50:08.

programme for about a month and read the papers. You kind of get an

:50:08.:50:15.

idea of what topics are going on that week. You know there are four

:50:15.:50:22.

or five topics. Which you have liked to have been on it during the

:50:22.:50:30.

rioting period? I actually went. Because of the work I feel very

:50:30.:50:35.

strongly about it. I feel young people might be tarred with the

:50:35.:50:41.

same brush. The one silver lining is that young people learn very

:50:41.:50:46.

quickly. They just need to have a bit of the lead shown at them and

:50:46.:50:54.

be directed in the right way. They have been let down recently by

:50:54.:51:00.

government and society. It is a real mess. They are heroic. So many

:51:00.:51:06.

young people I have met, in the face of adversity who are doing

:51:06.:51:12.

incredible things in their lives. I feel passionately about to ring as

:51:12.:51:22.
:51:22.:51:23.

much as I can. We have run out of time. What is Catch-22? We catch

:51:23.:51:27.

young people at a moment in their lives and send them on to better

:51:27.:51:37.

things. That is it from Will for the time being. He still has to do

:51:37.:51:47.
:51:47.:51:50.

ballet with the least Redknapp later. -- Louise Redknapp. Ella is

:51:50.:51:55.

at expect today with some gadget games as well as the summer

:51:55.:52:00.

cocktails. We still have all this to come. Prince Harry is taking

:52:00.:52:10.

heroes to the Arctic. Unless you really hate the cold, this place is

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

amazing. Simon Rehman is cooking up some Yankee corn dogs. -- Simon

:52:20.:52:25.

Rimmer. Wouldn't it be fun to challenge the man who gives the

:52:25.:52:34.

orders? Lots of stuff to come in the kitchen. Vic and Bob are here.

:52:34.:52:42.

Who is the master chef and which one of you is the amateur? I am

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

beat egg chef and thick looks after the meat. -- Vic Reeves. We like

:52:52.:53:02.

old-fashioned things like ox tongue. I kick every day. When I make the

:53:02.:53:12.
:53:12.:53:32.

baker. I put sour cherries in Brownies. I think that is the

:53:32.:53:42.
:53:42.:53:49.

grown-up way of doing puddings. you cook at all? Nothing that fakes.

:53:49.:53:59.
:53:59.:54:05.

I put them in the game. -- takes. - - eggs. As a cake cools, your

:54:05.:54:15.

interest fades. Butter and chocolate melting in there. They

:54:15.:54:25.
:54:25.:54:26.

may have sugar and eggs. Dulche de Leche Brownies. That is condensed

:54:26.:54:36.
:54:36.:54:37.

milk. It turns into that. You can purchase it all ready. It is a

:54:37.:54:46.

delicacy of South America. That told me! We have chocolate and

:54:46.:54:52.

butter we have melted together. What do you want me to do with

:54:52.:55:02.
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mother teaches cookery. My mother tortured all the girls. That is

:55:38.:55:44.

beautiful. Just sift the flour and the cocoa into their and tip the

:55:44.:55:51.

sugar. I think it is probably a spoon job after that. I will get

:55:51.:56:01.
:56:01.:56:03.

rid of that. Do you use an electric whisk? I do. Have you ever seen

:56:03.:56:13.
:56:13.:56:15.

flour explode? Would you know about that? I have never seen that happen.

:56:16.:56:25.

If you sprinkle it over the hob, it does. Probably do not try that.

:56:25.:56:35.
:56:35.:56:50.

am getting frustrated now! Braniac Was good fun while it lasted.

:56:50.:56:53.

discovered there was a word last week which was trying to get into

:56:53.:57:03.
:57:03.:57:11.

the Oxford English victory -- dictionary. Which you like to

:57:11.:57:21.
:57:21.:57:28.

spatulate that? It means to use a spatula. My mouth is glued up with

:57:28.:57:37.

chocolate. If you cannot be bothered, you can leave it out.

:57:37.:57:45.

have an e-mail. He is a big fan. I would like to know, what is your

:57:45.:57:55.
:57:55.:57:58.

favourite junction on the M6? Junction four. Six for May.

:57:58.:58:04.

Junction 6 on any motorway and you turn right, you end up going in a

:58:04.:58:11.

circle around Britain in a spiral. I just made that up! Wouldn't it be

:58:11.:58:21.
:58:21.:58:24.

fascinating if that did happen? thought thick with do It All.

:58:24.:58:32.

Vic Reeves would do it all? What happened to the galloping Gourmet?

:58:32.:58:39.

He is still around. He had a lifestyle problem and then he

:58:39.:58:46.

discovered Christianity. He was good looking. When I was a kid, it

:58:46.:58:54.

was the only cookery programme on. I used to live next door to Fanny

:58:54.:59:04.
:59:04.:59:06.

Craddock. I never saw her. She never came out of the house. Does

:59:06.:59:16.
:59:16.:59:16.

this spread out? What you will get is the crusty top on the Brownie,

:59:16.:59:26.
:59:26.:59:30.

knife. It would be nice with sour cherries in. I feel I have let you

:59:30.:59:37.

down. Have you got any? We have some red currants. You take this

:59:37.:59:46.

for about 30 minutes or so. Then you have a delicious browny. It is

:59:46.:59:56.
:59:56.:59:57.

wasteful but by like to cut the edges off. It does look good. -- I

:59:57.:00:07.
:00:07.:00:15.

like. A bit of that and a bit of Peter? He started off as a bus

:00:15.:00:20.

conductor. He used to do what he is act and frighten the ladies on a

:00:20.:00:24.

bus in Leeds. Last I heard, he'd gone back to doing that. You hear

:00:24.:00:29.

rumours. If anyone knows where Uncle Peter is... Do they have bus

:00:29.:00:37.

conductors now? Maybe he's a bus driver? It's lovely, isn't it?

:00:37.:00:41.

going into this bit, chocolate. didn't think he were capable of

:00:41.:00:51.
:00:51.:00:55.

We're going to be road tasting -- testing some gadgets later on. What

:00:55.:01:04.

else are we doing? It we are doing corn dogs, finally. Very unhealthy.

:01:04.:01:12.

It kind of get stuck in your teeth. Cocktails, next. First, the last

:01:12.:01:17.

chance for you to get your brains in action and name the year in Deja

:01:17.:01:27.
:01:27.:01:36.

# Don't Leave Me This Way. This was the day on which Prince

:01:36.:01:41.

Andrew and Sarah Ferguson became finally and officially engaged.

:01:41.:01:44.

After all of those weeks of speculation, the announcement came

:01:44.:01:49.

at 10am, one hour earlier than expected. Hampton Court Palace, one

:01:49.:01:54.

of Britain's most famous landmarks, has been badly damaged by fire. It

:01:54.:01:58.

has destroyed part of the south wing of the palace. Businessmen

:01:58.:02:05.

have taken over from boffins as Amstrad computers buyout the rights

:02:05.:02:15.
:02:15.:02:19.

to manufacture and sell all What does he do, your dad? He runs

:02:19.:02:27.

his own business now. What is that? Painting. Around here. You know

:02:27.:02:37.
:02:37.:02:38.

Bain bridges? Lionel Bainbridge is That was The Communards. But when

:02:38.:02:47.

did Don't Leave Me This Way hit the number one spot? I went season 1989.

:02:47.:02:54.

Football seasons. 1987, I think. The latter part of it. I'm going to

:02:54.:03:04.
:03:04.:03:08.

We'll find out before the end of the show. Two cocktails today? We

:03:08.:03:12.

miss the cocktails, were you drinking them on holiday? Because I

:03:12.:03:18.

was on holiday, every night I had to toast way in. On about the 5th

:03:18.:03:28.
:03:28.:03:29.

one, it was still for him. Did you get any sparklers? No, sangria.

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

are making a Spritz Coppa? It's an early evening drink, before a meal.

:03:39.:03:42.

It should be better and with a drier side, but still quite

:03:42.:03:48.

refreshing. You have to balance the flavours. That's really important.

:03:48.:03:58.
:03:58.:04:03.

A little bit of them a list witness. -- the Nelis witness. A bit of

:04:04.:04:08.

Lemoncello, from Italy. And then this lovely aperitif. It's

:04:08.:04:18.
:04:18.:04:18.

basically got my quinine in. It's got a bitter characteristic, but we

:04:18.:04:28.
:04:28.:04:34.

have this weakness coming from the got a nice big wine glass, with

:04:34.:04:43.

plenty of ice. We are going to strain it over the ice. The it's

:04:43.:04:50.

nice and refreshing. Nice and light. Prosecco, just tell me what that

:04:50.:04:57.

is? Its Italian sparkling wine. France have champagne. Prosecco is

:04:57.:05:02.

the finest sparkling wine you get in Italy. It's like champagne, but

:05:02.:05:05.

it can't be called champagne because it's not from the right

:05:05.:05:10.

region? Exactly, geographical. where would you rate it in

:05:10.:05:16.

comparison to champagne? I like it, it's less sharp. It can be acidic.

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This is a little bit more sweeter and softer. It's not so

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What about the price range? They can be as expensive as champagne.

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Standard ones, between �15.20 pounds. That is lovely. It should

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be light, easy and refreshing. Generally it's cheaper than

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champagne? Generally. Champagne has a real big name. It's a really

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We have some grapefruit juice. A shot of orange what care. -- Orange

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bot care. A tablespoon of apricot syrup. Golden Grey Pride. -- Golden

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made by a legendary London bartender. It's a bitter aperitif,

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flavoured with ginseng. It's got honey, the flavours of juniper and

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everything else. It's really aromatic. When are you going to

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make your own alcohol? I did a few years ago. I made a variation of

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something which is produced down south. You can still buy it in

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Spain? No, I've missed that. It made my morning. Bartenders are

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making them run products now, getting them onto the market. They

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have such knowledge of different flavours of drinks and distillation,

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which flavours complement each other. They are starting to make

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their own products. You'd like to invent a liqueur of some

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description? It in the pipeline. Cauliflower liqueur? Beetroot.

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would be good. It's all the rage. It tastes a bit iffy. I think it

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would go out of fashion to quicker. Maybe I should go back to my market

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days and get some inspiration. I was a greengrocer. Were you? Yes,

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for many years. Apples and pears. Delicious. That's a little bit

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stronger than that one. It is, a real bitter dryness. A nice opening

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to an evening meal. If you Mr a thing, you can go to the website to

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find them. Drama for you now, set in 1930s Germany, in their attempts

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to fight violent Nazism, the Left turned to the law courts. An

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intriguing story, this is The Man Who Crossed Hitler. You want to

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Nelson Brown shirts, but what would you really want? Wouldn't it be fun

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to cross-examine the man that gives the orders. Goebbels? No, Hitler.

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Called Hitler as a Star Witness and you can redefine the scope of your

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trial. Those gunmen are not what is important. Imagine the furore of

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that stand, you asking him questions about Brown should

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violence. It would be the greatest show in Berlin. Stormtroopers in

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the dock. His new pals, the rich financiers, in the gallery. Both

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thinking that they own Hitler. You bring them together in the same

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room, gawping at each other like cretins and wondering how they

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belong in the same party. Who will be shaking hands at the end of the

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day? He forced him to choose between the big fists and the deep

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He was in court, six months ago. He did well. That was a friendly

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examination, they let him say what he wanted to save. But he swore on

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oath that his party had turned its back on violence. He said he wanted

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his men to operate on the right side of the law. That should have

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been the beginning of the scrutiny, not the end. But that is not the

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main plan? It is absolutely the plan. What if I can show that he

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didn't disavow violence? You can watch that tonight at 9pm. Now,

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gadgets. Ella is with us. All of the guys are here to help us with

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the gadgets. We have a team of big kids. First we have the Pump & Play

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toys. A I'll just show the bottom of it before you get going.

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pumps up in about three minutes. These are interchangeable.

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laddies in that? Around three years old. If I was a kid, I want to get

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on that. What would happen if I sat on it? Maybe it's best not. That's

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So, you can play bumper cars would it? Because they are inflatable,

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they will not wreck your house. They are furniture-friendly. Indoor

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and outdoor. Mine has got wedged. How much are these? 34.99. You can

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interchange the shapes. Without doubt, a kid would climb onto that

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within seconds. Do you want to climb on it now? Well, I'm getting

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the age. -- urge. Vic and Bob, you're going to get ready for the

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last one. We are coming over to the Scalextric us Team GB velodrome.

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You can about your Olympic dreams. This is the best Sunday-morning

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ever! It's like hanging out at home, basically. We have Team GB cyclists,

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some signage. Its Micro Scalextrics. You can hook it up to any others

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that you have at home. The only problem is... Sorry! The problem is,

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I've got the inside lane and it doesn't switch. I've got less to

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travel. They thought about that. It takes a bit more skill to be on the

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inside track because of the corners. You can't go around so fast.

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enough, I'm absolutely... Piu R Kelly it? I'm worried about going

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off. I think you can give it more speed than that, though! This is 69

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when 99. It's getting you ready for 2012. Hornby are the official

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products supplier of London 2012. It's official kit. Where can you

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get it from? Can you pay for it in five easy stages? How much is it in

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euros? That's good, do you like that? I preferred the other one.

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Just to balance it out. Giving them such a plug. Now, on to the last

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We've got Water Wars. Vic and Bob are sporting two of the bests, we

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had two water pistols. I'm going to shoot you. Oh, I see. They are

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reactive, so when you shoot the You pretty much got a ball side.

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Defend yourself! Now you have to wait for it to dry, don't you? If

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it had a hair dryer on the other end and, to drive yourself off, it

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Now the fun is over. What was that, 30 seconds? Now we can take up

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smoking! Of course not. That his Thanks to our gadget experts. If

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you want more information on any of the gadgets, you can go on to our

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website. This is a really touching film of courage, determination and

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:14:25.:14:30.

physical adversity. A team of Into this extreme, four winded

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British soldiers. It is quite hard. To Emam Saheb expedition founders.

:14:42.:14:52.
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One polar guide. -- two. And one Prince. Unless you hate the cold,

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this place is really amazing. Together they will attempt the

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first unsupported trek to the North Pole by wounded servicemen. If

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successful, they will set a new world record. This is the story of

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their journey. From the battlefields of Afghanistan to the

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He is doing ballet. You can follow that on Tuesday at 9pm on BBC One.

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Will Young is currently stretching off in the kitchen. Come on! Put

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your bottom in. First position. position, second position. Their

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position? 4th position, 5th. Let Cook. This is ballet cooking.

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a week cooking? Corn dogs. -- are we cooking? Every now and again I

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think we should have something completely and healthy. We have

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some mustard Mayo, mayonnaise and Dijon mustard. Our frankfurters

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really not good? When my kids asked me for a hot dog, I think...

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moderation, if you were going to give them frankfurters every day,

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maybe you might have a few issues. We should enjoy food a bit. It is

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all about balance. We have polenta, baking powder and a little bit of

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flour. We're doing this in real time as well. We cannot talk to

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match. We have to behave. No more of ballet. I saw your team of

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Ladies helping with all this. I promised them I would do a good job.

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Tip all this into a big bowl. I got time for a tweed? -- tweet.

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This is from Gloria. Do you plan to do any more acting? Hopefully the

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end of next year. I want to do some more theatre staff. I like it. It

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is different to pop music. I saw Mrs Henderson Presents. You were

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brilliant in it. You have a clip. Brilliant. It is a shame. Let's

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good in that because you forgot it was Will Young in the movie.

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forgot I was Will Young with almost outfits. Milk in there, crack the

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egg. Add two-thirds of the mix into the dry ingredients. Whisk it?

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bad bit is the frying. Without frying it does not work. About two-

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thirds. That will do. Really work it together so it is thick. It is

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really dependent on climatic conditions. Say, for example, you

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have been cooking something else in your kitchen and there is lots of

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moister, he might not need so much of the wet ingredients. -- you

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might not. I knew there would be aid did somewhere. Welcome back. --

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8 dig. One day I am going to teach them to cook. It is a threat. Keep

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working. Be quite aggressive with it. Can I use my hand? There is no

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need. We want this to be a heavy batter. It will hold around the

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frankfurters so it will not fall off. I am a bit bored now. Look at

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that! All of a sudden it comes together. Beautiful! We could do

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one each. We could have a Blue Peter moment. We go right down the

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centre. I do not think mine will Popat in the right place. A sausage

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lolly is what we are looking for. It does not need to come out.

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is geared. That is great. This is all about you. -- cooed. I want to

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look as good as Gwyneth Paltrow when she was doing the cooking.

:21:36.:21:46.
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was a natural. She came in in the morning and was quite bossy. We

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have made sure these are nice and dry. If they have Brian around them,

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you need to pack them. Hold on to the end. Turn it around. Am I

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having a go? You go first. Go on! What you are looking to do is go in

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and twirl it around. It looks like the same viscosity as a nurse. --

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humous. Leave it in there. Straight in. The whole thing. The stick and

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everything. Beautiful! Your go. What happens now is we have the

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eggs in there, the baking powder in there. We had a lovely, risen, soft

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batter. Carry the whole thing over. It will be fine. Look how quickly

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they could! Straight in. Go, Go, Go! Shall I take it out? We will

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give it a minute. Back over to a station. Her Have I Got Time? Would

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you ever consider being and X Factor church? Yes, I am moving

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into my new house and I have to pay the mortgage. -- church. I am

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moving in today, after this. I would do it. I think I would be the

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nice church. I would be fair. -- judge. You have been naff. They are

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covering up nicely. -- you have been there. I bet that one is mine.

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Give it a good mix together. Did you watch X Factor last night?

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I did not see it. I was driving back from Cornwall. There were me

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and very stroppy teenagers stuck in traffic. It was a long drive.

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is the best, Will. Seriously! I saw where they went in. You have been

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moving them around. I am not having that. That is not mine. They are

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still going to taste delicious. They are wrong on all levels

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because they're really bad. They park our treat. -- they are our

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treat. You would dip them into the sauce. While Simon organises the

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corn dogs, we will go over to Tim. We can reveal the year when Hampton

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Court Palace went up in flames and the Communards word number one with

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this track, it was 1986. I've got it right! I said 1982. I was a mile

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out. This is mustard mayonnaise. will ask some questions. Flour can

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explode in the air but it has to be the right amount. It can cause a

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huge explosion. I saw Uncle Peter in a shop in Ilkley. Heath was

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visiting a sister in law. He was surprised when I recognised him. Is

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that good? I am going to ask you a question while you are talking. You

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are doing a show for Angelos. are getting that ready for Channel

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4. He is doing his own show with magic and the illusions. Like Tommy

:26:36.:26:44.

Cooper and that kind of stuff. will that be out? In October, I

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think it is. This is from Sarah. They are good. You know they are

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bad for you but... If you were a Prime Minister for a day, what is

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the first policy you would introduce? I personally would get

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rid of perfume. I do not like it. would have the whole world scented

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with tangerine. Women who do their nail varnish on the train because

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it smells. Sometimes you get on a long-haul flight and the smell, I

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do not like it. Have the parties quarter due to try to get you to

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join them in an election and stuff? -- courted you. There was one of A

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Macro a few years here that I do not think I would do that. I do not

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know enough about politics. I did it for my degree. Does anybody know

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enough? It is just an opinion. it about being political and not

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affiliated to a political party? Is that what you want? Loads of people

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have asked, are you going to do another live show soon? We did have

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