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T-choose life. Choose a job. Choose a career. Choose a family. Choose a
big television. Choose television, washing machines and cars and
electrical tin-openers. How was it? Very nostalgic. A lot of
surprises. How does it compare with the original? I do think it's
better. It's... You feel a lot more empathy for the characters in this
one. You discover a lot more about them. They've grown-up now so it's
different in its own right, but there is still nods to the original
there. Did you meet the stars themselves?
Yes, actually. I saw everyone as they went past. Irvine Welsh ran
down the carpet. He didn't stop for many people! Ewan McGregor came up
to me. Went to sign one of my posters, saw it was Robert Carlisle
and went, "You are better off getting Bobby to sign it." What is
it about Trainspotting, it was a massive movie and people loved it.
What is it that you particularly loved? I think it's more, it's not
as Hollywood, it is not as, you get the sense, real people, it feels
more real. It was gritty, wasn't it. Well, Catherine, thank you very
much. Glad you got to enjoy the movie. If you want to see it, it is
out on Friday. Tomorrow the Supreme Court is
delivering its judgement over Brexit. We will be live at the
Supreme Court. That's from 9am tomorrow. Have a lovely afternoon.
Online dating scams have reached record levels, the programme hears from some women who've been conned.
Dean Saunders has electrocuted himself in prison, his devastated father talks about how his mentally-ill son should have been in hospital, rather than jail.
Plus, could your toast be harmful? The Food Standards Agency offers advice.