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By BBC:
Actor and entertainer John Barrowman joins Matt Baker and Alex Jones on the sofa to talk Torchwood and Tonight's The Night. Plus Dom Littlewood looks at how you can curb your fuel costs and Miriam Margolyes takes a trip back to her childhood home in Oxford.
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Funnyman Steve Martin joins Alex Jones and Matt Baker on the sofa. Mike Dilger and Miranda Krestovnikoff take a trip to the Isles of Scilly, and Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers play out the show with a track from their new album, Rare Bird Alert.
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Alex Jones and Matt Baker are joined by quiz show, radio and Tiswas legend Chris Tarrant. Tony Livesey goes to the Lake District to examine David Cameron's new National Citizens Service, which is available to all 16-year-olds this summer, and Carrie Grant gives author Tony Parsons a helping hand in research for his new book at Heathrow Airport.
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Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by actor and keen sailor Timothy Spall. Phil Tufnell tracks down a rare piece of medieval art to a church in Suffolk and Lucy Siegle messes about on some very messy water. There's also a surprise Royal visitor.
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Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by actor Andy Serkis. Anita Rani reports from one of the worst affected areas of London after Monday's riots, and One Show viewers around the country share their own encounters of the overnight violence.
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Chris Evans and Alex Jones are joined by comedy duo Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer. Anita Rani catches up with some of the people fighting back following the riots. Max Clifford gives us the exclusive on his gardening secrets and Angela Rippon has a close shave with some hot air balloons.
By BBC:
If it's got Britain talking then it will get talked about on The One Show. Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the stories that matter from across the country. They are joined by actor Brendan Gleeson. Dom Littlewood drives down car insurance premiums for two One Show viewers, and Phil Tufnell tells the tall tale of the Grimsby Dock Tower.
By BBC:
Wildlife presenter Steve Backshall joins Matt and Alex on the sofa to talk dangerous creatures. Dom Littlewood looks at how a new robot is being used to help children with autism, and the programme also features a woman who has opened her home to injured soldiers returning from Afghanistan.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the stories that matter from across the country. British basketball star turned multi-million dollar sporting hero, Luol Deng, tells his amazing life story. Plus the project hoping to save badgers from a cull and how a lovelorn Duke built one of the UK's most pioneering canals.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by former Spice Girl Melanie C, who talks about her new album. Des McLean and Anita Rani celebrate canal week with a water borne race live from Kirkintilloch, Gyles Brandreth reveals the true value of Wedgwood, and Joe Crowley investigates the rise in counterfeit vodka.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by new Dragon's Den businesswoman Hilary Devey. Dom Littlewood asks if partners really do pick up each others' bad habits, Christine Walkden takes a look around Radio 2 DJ Jo Whiley's garden, and Russell Watson looks at the history of Working Men's Clubs.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by DJs Tony Blackburn and Trevor Nelson. Dom Littlewood sorts out viewers' consumer and money problems, and Gyles Brandreth discovers why Japanese tourists travel thousands of miles to take pictures of old buildings. Plus, some mystery guests drop by...
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Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by EastEnders actress Zoe Lucker. Meanwhile, Dom Littlewood visits the island of Fetlar in the Shetlands which was once in the throws of a population crisis. Anita Rani investigates the desperate shortage of women willing to donate their eggs and meets one couple affected by the issue. Gyles Brandreth visits Gloucester to find out more about British composer Hupert Parry.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined in the studio by Bill Oddie. Carrie Grant takes a trip on The Waverley, the last ocean going paddle steamer. Joe Crowley unearths World War I practice trenches and Simon Boazman visits Dale Farm, where the deadline for the eviction of over 200 people approaches.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Strictly Come Dancing judge Len Goodman to officially reveal the names of this year's celebrity dancers. We have the latest news of David Walliams' Thames swim, and Lucy Siegle asks why an electric car has been banned from racing - for being too fast.
By BBC:
Hollywood legend Joan Collins joins Matt Baker and Anita Rani live in the studio. The programme has the latest news from David Walliams's attempt to swim the Thames, and Rav Wilding investigates how DNA fingerprinting revolutionised crimefighting.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Mock the Week's Chris Addison. Scottish 9/11 survivor Vanessa Lawrence speaks out on television for the first time in ten years, consumer champion Dom Littlewood tackles home emergency call-out charges, and Marty Jopson searches for the perfect wave.
By BBC:
On tonight's show we are joined by Bond legend Sir Roger Moore, who will be talking about the fortieth anniversary of The Persuaders. Alesha Dixon also joins the programme ahead of tomorrow's Strictly Come Dancing launch. Tonight also includes Angela Rippon joining David Walliams live on his epic swim along the River Thames, Tony Livesey investigates whether our dogs need to start wearing seatbelts and Jay Rayner forages in rock pools for his dinner in this week's Foody Friday.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Barbara Taylor Bradford, one of Britain's best-selling authors. Matt Allwright is on the banks of the Thames to welcome David Walliams to the finishing line of his amazing river swim, and Simon Boazman looks into the secrets behind our energy bills.
By BBC:
If it's got Britain talking then it will get talked about on The One Show. Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the stories that matter from across the country. They are joined by poet and performer Pam Ayres to talk about writing, dogs and running. And who should meet the 500,000-pound bill to move the contents of Roald Dahl's writing hut to the museum down the road.
By Anonymous:
'Ruth Goodman (I)' (qv) presents a report to mark what would have been 'Freddie Mercury' (qv)'s 65th birthday, which features contributions from his mother, his sister and 'Queen (I)' (qv) drummer 'Roger Taylor (I)' (qv). His mother and sister also join Chris and Alex in the studio to talk about him. Other guests include actor 'Philip Glenister' (qv) and 'Fiona Bruce (I)' (qv).
By BBC:
Alex Jones and Chris Evans are joined by Stephen Fry to talk about his new series 'Fry's Planet World'. Dick Strawbridge takes the One Show balloon into the Norfolk skies, and Carrie Grant meets the creators of one of the most unusual singles to top the charts.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Downton Abbey's housekeeper Phyllis Logan. Kelly Dalglish meets those searching for answers in the wake of the Hillsborough disaster, and Gyles Brandreth finds out how, 80 years ago, Gandhi had a sleepover at a small mill town in Lancashire.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by former X Factor judge turned fashion designer Dannii Minogue. Larry Lamb looks at an amazing real life drama which rivals any Eastenders plot. And Dom Littlewood helps you with your consumer problems.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Alex's fellow Strictly contestant Rory Bremner, and with the first live show later tonight, we go behind the scenes of today's final Strictly rehearsals. Queen guitarist Brian May also joins us to talk about the proposed badger cull, and Jay Rayner finds out how centuries-old yeasts are used to create artisan bread.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by EastEnders star Nina Wadia. Arthur Smith meets the first tenants who were allowed to buy their council homes following Margaret Thatcher's controversial Housing Act, and Miranda Krestovnikoff discovers the amazing marine life that's lurking beneath Liverpool's Albert Dock.
By BBC:
Hollywood star Ewan McGregor joins Matt and Alex. Paraic O'Brien visits one shop-owner who is still dealing with the aftermath of the London riots and Mike Dilger looks at what wildlife inhabits the decommissioned nuclear power plant at Dounreay. Alex Jones and Matt Allwright are joined by comedian and actor Will Ferrell. Lucy Siegle goes on a raid with the police to catch the charity bag criminals, and Gyles Brandreth finds out why the composer of one of our favourite tunes fell out of love with his creation.
By BBC:
Aled Jones keeps Alex company on the sofa. They are joined by Katherine Jenkins, who performs live, and RAF Police dog Buster who has had aided in the arrest of two suicide bombers during his tours of Afghanistan and Iraq. Meanwhile, Dom goes out and about to see what the public thinks about raunchy advertising.
By BBC:
Alex Jones and Matt Allwright are joined by Britain's scariest interviewer, Jeremy Paxman. After Sir Mervyn King compared the current world financial crisis to the Great Depression, Justin Rowlatt sees how our economy compares to the 1930s, and Lucy Siegle goes behind the scenes of Barrow-in-Furness' nuclear submarine factory.
By BBC:
Alex Jones and Joe Crowley are joined by housing expert and domestic goddess Kirstie Allsopp. Marty Jopson's in the heart of Snowdonia revealing how a mountain is hiding an electric secret, and George McGavin meets some sticky friends in Devon.
By BBC:
Alex Jones and Chris Evans are joined by comedian Bill Bailey. Carrie Grant meets a 15 year old girl who has become the first person in Europe to be fitted with a bionic hand, Gyles Brandreth looks back at Pablo Picasso's visit to Sheffield, and Mike Dilger releases some tawny owls back into the wild.
By BBC:
Alex Jones and Matt Baker are joined by Happy Days star Henry Winkler, who's touring UK schools to talk about his dyslexia. Lucy Siegle meets the young people marching against youth unemployment and Esther Rantzen celebrates 25 years of ChildLine.
By BBC:
Top Gear favourite James May joins Matt Baker and Alex Jones to discuss why he's made it his mission to help fix modern man. Dom Littlewood looks at the controversial mobile cameras that are being used to clamp down on parking offenders and what you can do if you think you've been wrongly fined. Plus Mike Dilger reveals the good news wildlife story of the otters who are flourishing in Dorset.
By BBC:
Actress and Campaigner Joanna Lumley joins Matt Baker and Alex Jones. Justin Rowlatt takes one outspoken city banker to meet the protestors outside St Paul's Cathedral who are campaigning against corporate greed. Gyles Brandreth looks back at the ancient language of Latin and questions its relevance today, Joe Crowley uses a 300-year-old map to navigate his way from Bristol to Somerton and Kate Bevan looks at the issue of sheep rustling.
By BBC:
Alex Jones and Chris Evans are joined by the Baron of the Boardroom himself, Lord Alan Sugar. Jay Rayner learns a thing or two about baking from this year's Great British Bake Off winner Jo Wheatley, and Wendy Robbins reunites a family with the fireman who saved their daughter's life.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by comedian and chat show host Graham Norton. Dan Snow talks about some of the mysteries that have baffled historians for hundreds of years, including Stonehenge. And Mike and Miranda reveal what creatures they've captured on camera after dark as garden watch continues.
By BBC:
Alex Jones and Matt Baker are joined by The Great British Bake Off's Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry. The author of bestselling book One Day David Nicholls helps to launch a one million book giveaway, and Mark Thompson explains why the composer Herschel is also a star of the astronomy world.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by actor and comedian Lenny Henry. Angellica Bell looks back at Victorian spiritualism and Carrie Grant finds out why the musical sequence known as 'the devil's chord' is one of the most recognisable sounds in horror movies.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Downton Abbey creator and writer Julian Fellowes. He gives us a sneak preview of the final episode of the series and talks about his next epic drama project. Miranda Krestovnikoff has an amazing encounter with a very friendly dolphin off the Cornish coast and author Jeanette Winterson takes us on a very personal journey into her past as an adopted child.
By BBC:
Miranda Hart, the comic writer and actress behind the award winning series Miranda, joins Alex Jones and Chris Evans. Jay Rayner visits Morecambe football club to sample their award winning pie, Marty Jopson looks at the history of gunpowder and Carrie Grant joins us live from a fireworks display in Yorkshire.
By BBC:
Matt and Alex are joined by Kiss frontman and all round rock god, Gene Simmons. Anita Rani takes a look at standards of care in the nursing profession, Gyles Brandreth finds out why jargon is driving plain English campaigners mad and John Sergeant discovers why British bulldogs could be big business.
By BBC:
If it has Britain talking then it will be talked about on the One Show. Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the stories that matter from across the country. Peter Jones, multi-millionaire investor and Dragons' Den star, joins Matt and Alex. Edwina Currie is challenged about her opinions on poverty in the UK. And discover the incredible ways moths navigate huge distances.
By BBC:
Chris and Alex are joined by Take That's Gary Barlow and his remaining X Factor boys, Craig and Marcus. We catch up with Matt live as he finishes the first day of his gruelling rickshaw challenge for Children in Need. And we be reveal the tasty winner of our viewers' trifle competition.
By BBC:
Matt Baker is on the fourth day of his rickshaw challenge for Children in Need, so joining Alex Jones is joined on the sofa tonight by Joe Crowley with special guest funnyman Alan Carr. Simon Boazman is also in to tell us about the dangers of cockle picking and we'll be going live to York to see how Matt Baker is getting on.
By BBC:
X Factor host Dermot O'Leary joins Alex Jones and Matt Allwright in the studio. Edwina Currie is challenged on her views on poverty in the UK, there's the story of Britain's first search for a star and the latest on Matt Baker's amazing rickshaw challenge.
By BBC:
If it has Britain talking then it will be talked about on the One Show. Matt Allwright and Alex Jones present the stories that matter from across the country. They are joined by co-creator of The Office and Extras, Stephen Merchant. There is also the latest on Matt Baker's epic rickshaw challenge as he battles exhaustion and physical pain to reach the end of his journey from London to Edinburgh.
By BBC:
Fawlty Towers and Monty Python star John Cleese joins Matt Baker and Alex Jones in the studio. Plus a look back at Matt's rickshaw challenge, and the no-nonsense headmaster who has achieved amazing academic success in one of the most deprived areas in the country.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the stories that matter from across the country. They are joined by the highest paid man on American TV, Hugh Laurie. Hugh puts on his musical hat and performs a track from his new blues album. One Show wordsmith Gyles Brandreth looks at the state of our vocabulary. Mike Dilger looks at the plight of injured seals in the Outer Hebrides.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the stories that matter from across the country. Zoe Wanamaker joins Matt and Alex to chat about swapping My Family for My Week With Marilyn. Plus the history of rocket warfare and the secrets of how to get a bestselling novel published.
By BBC:
Chris Evans and Alex Jones are joined by Dame Edna Everage and Penelope Keith. Lucy Siegle meets a man who for over 40 years has travelled the country to see every fire engine in Britain, and Jay Rayner finds out why the village of Stilton isn't allowed to make Stilton cheese.
By BBC:
Matt and Alex are joined by a sporting hero who exclusively reveals the runners and riders for this year's Sports Personality of the Year Awards. History boys Dan and Peter Snow keep it in the family as they delve into their own past. And Alex Riley looks at the unusual lengths to which one group of parishioners are going to stop thieves stealing lead from their church roof.
By BBC:
Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond joins Matt and Alex. Mike Dilger celebrates the return of the pine marten to the Cairngorms and Tuffers discovers why painter Ford Madox Brown had a surprisingly romantic view of the industrial revolution.
By BBC:
Comedian Jimmy Carr joins Alex and Matt in the studio. Simon Boazman investigates the rise in car key burglary and finds that stolen cars are turning up in South Africa. Alex Riley discovers why coupons are cool, and Mike Dilger turns detective to uncover the animal that is stealing one family's weekly food delivery.
By BBC:
Matt and Alex are joined by legendary singer-songwriter Carole King. Anita Rani joins a group of lottery millionaires as they travel across the country giving Christmas gifts to sick children, and George McGavin meets a prehistoric creature still living in Britain today.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Anita Rani are joined by Matt's Countryfile colleague John Craven. A major department store is planning to sell raw milk, but is it delicious or dangerous? And angler Jeremy Wade finds out why carp is making an appearance on our Christmas menus.
By BBC:
If it has Britain talking then it will be talked about on the One Show. Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the stories that matter from across the country. Comedian Peter Kay joins Matt and Alex. Anita Rani looks at a new scheme that encourages those who don't desperately need their winter fuel allowance to donate it to those who do. Phil Tufnell visits Stenigot mast, a decommissioned radar tower, and Mike Dilger is in the Outer Hebrides to try to spot an elusive snowy owl.
By BBC:
Chris Evans and Alex Jones present the stories that matter from across the country. David Walliams talks about his latest children's novel, actor Nitin Ganatra tells us more about Christmas in Eastenders, and we introduce The One Show players for a Nativity.
By Anonymous:
Gyles Brandreth looks at the legacy of TV campaigner Mary Whitehouse, while Jay Rayner searches for a bona fide Turkish kebab and brings news of the newly protected Cornish pasty. Finally, Alex Zane has something to say about the rock group Queen.
By BBC:
Alex and Matt are joined by funny man Marcus Brigstocke. On National No Smoking Day Gyles Brandreth steps back into the Pathe archive to see how our attitudes towards lighting up have changed. Joe Crowley has the gripping story of how one British woman escaped from the troubles in Libya, and John Sergeant meets the four-legged stars who are taking over the West End.
By BBC:
If it has Britain talking then it will be talked about on the One Show. Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined in the studio by Ronan Keating who talks about the sheer terror of performing in front of one of his idols. Matt Alright meets the men creating Britain's biggest sculpture. Ant and Dec gatecrash the show for their comic relief challenge.
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Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by presenter turned author Fern Britton. We discover who, in the eyes of the law, makes suitable foster parents. John Sergeant reveals how using factory methods can bring order to a house with 14 children in it. Mike Dilger is out and about chasing Chinese Water Deer. Lucy Siegle celebrates ten years of the Eden Project.
By BBC:
Alex Jones and Matt Baker are joined by comedian and presenter of topical news show Opinionated Frank Skinner. George McGavin tells us why we should all be eating less meat and more bugs, and the countdown to our Comic Relief mass streak continues.
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Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by comedian Peter Kay. Simon Boazman investigates how millions of pounds are being wasted in our schools, Miranda Krestovnikoff listens to underwater animal music and Ruth Goodman steps back in time to look at one of the most horrid jobs in history.
By BBC:
Alex Jones and Matt Baker are joined by Downton Abbey and Twenty Twelve star Hugh Bonneville. Martin Lewis takes us through today's Budget with some key advice for savers this April and Anita Rani meets a group of villagers who were so fed up with the price of heating their homes with oil that they started a group buying scheme to cut the cost.
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Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by documentary maker Louis Theroux, hygiene historian Ruth Goodman travels back to the Georgian period to see how they kept fresh, and Gyles Brandreth looks at the technology that's making a splash in the art world. Plus, the gripping story of a terminally ill patient who has turned down a life-saving operation.
By BBC:
Alex Jones and Matt Baker are joined by Gardeners' World's Monty Don. Victoria Derbyshire meets PC David Rathband to find out how he's coping nine months after losing his sight at the hands of Raoul Moat, and George McGavin visits a very special butterfly garden.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by ice skating legends Torvill and Dean. Plus an exclusive performance by the band who will be entertaining guests at the Royal Wedding. John Sergeant looks at why residents of one estate faced eviction if they didn't tidy up their front gardens.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones welcome actress Caroline Quentin to the studio. Plus there is a report on the whistleblower who is taking on Britain's care homes, and find out how some enormous sharks have been relocated to aquariums around the country.
By BBC:
Scottish star of X-Men 2, Goldeneye and Spy Kids, Alan Cumming joins the One Show to discuss bringing Martina Cole's book The Runaway to life. We find out just what it takes to engrave a message on the very tip of a razor blade and Dan Snow uncovers a mystery shipwreck on the bottom of the English Channel.
By BBC:
Comedian Omid Djalli joins Alex Jones and Matt Baker. Anita Rani finds out what Manchester United and England football star Rio Ferdinand is doing to persuade kids away from a life of crime and Carrie Grant finds out the story behind the hit Wurzels song - I've Got A Brand New Combine Harvester.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by one of the country's best loved actresses, Celia Imrie. Deborah Meaden from Dragons' Den talks about opportunities for public sector workers in the private sector and Angellica Bell visits Fishguard to tell the story of Britain's last invasion.
By BBC:
Matt and Alex are joined in the studio by former Eastender Anita Dobson. Justin Rowlatt uncovers the new kind of fraudster stealing people's entire homes, Anita Rani finds out if AV apathy is worrying the Yes and No referendum campaigns, and Dan Snow uncovers long-lost footage of the hero elephants of World War Two.
By BBC:
Chris Evans and Alex Jones are joined by Queen Vic landlord Shane Richie. Phil Tufnell looks back at the most memorable moments of the London marathon over the last 30 years, and Carrie Grant examines Paul McCartney's life post-Beatles. Meanwhile, Gyles Brandreth uncovers a hidden gem from the BBC archives, Jay Rayner turns vegetarian for the day, and we find out how Anne the circus elephant is settling into her new home.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined in the studio by the nation's favourite mum, Lynda Bellingham. Plus, Dom Littlewood investigates the electronic dog collars that are causing a controversy, Anita Rani finds out how to write the perfect Royal romance, and Mike Dilger goes deep underground in search of a never-before-seen mammal.
By BBC:
Hellraiser turned Hollywood star Russell Brand and newsreader Angela Rippon join Chris Evans and Alex Jones for an eggciting hour-long Good Friday special. Plus reports on the story of Willy Wonka, a Britain's oldest aviator and the art of Easter.
By BBC:
Alex Jones and Matt Baker are joined by Dragons' Den's Theo Paphitis. With dog theft on the rise, we look at what one organisation is doing to help reunite desperate owners with their missing pets. We've got a very happy ending in studio. With the palace remaining tight lipped on what music will be played on William and Kate's big day, Gyles Brandreth looks at the history of one traditional wedding march.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Randy Newman, the award-winning composer behind the music from Toy Story and Monsters Inc. We join stuntman Eddie Kidd on his incredible marathon effort, and Phil Tufnell learns how to create art using just a broom.
By BBC:
Alex Jones and Matt Baker are joined by actor Richard E Grant. Lucy Siegle heads to Berkshire to follow the continuing fight against the Swinley Forest fire, and controversial Apprentice contestant Katie Hopkins tells us why mums on maternity leave should get back to work.
By BBC:
Chris Evans and Alex Jones are joined by Top Gear presenter Richard Hammond. Gyles Brandreth delves deep into the BBC archives to find a 17 year-old Twiggy on the brink of supermodel stardom, and talented pets take part in the One Show Pet Parade.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by the founder of the Beach Boys, Brian Wilson, who performs some of his classic hits. Historian and Tudor expert Dr David Starkey delves into his own past for a new One Show series and the torch bearers from the 1948 Olympics are reunited.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones bring you the stories that matter from across the country. They are joined by singer-songwriter Gilbert O'Sullivan. Plus how a beetle has inspired life-saving innovation and, prior to the Queen's visit to Ireland, a historical look at relations between the Irish and the British.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by the many faces of Rory Bremner. Historian Ruth Goodman looks at the regal beginnings of knickers, while Carrie Grant meets the unsung star of Elton John's hit Tiny Dancer, and Phil Tufnell visits the humble terrace that has been turned into a reproduction of the Sistine Chapel.
By BBC:
Joining Alex Jones and Matt Baker is one of the country's top comics, Jo Brand. Paralympian Ade Adepitan has all the latest on the route of the Olympic Torch and how you could be a torchbearer. Ruth Goodman continues her journey through the history of underwear with the invention of the bra.
By BBC:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Beverley Knight. Simon Calder has the latest on the volcanic ash cloud, Christine Walkden gives advice to gardeners struggling with the lack of rain, and Mike Dilger uncovers the growing problem of abandoned pet turtles.
By BBC:
The boys from JLS join Chris and Alex for a chat and some speedy Friday challenges. Eighties legend Adam Ant drops in, and we meet the man who raced against Ayrton Senna and won. Plus the story of the family who had a child in order to save his brother.
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Matt and Alex present the show with Felicity Kendal as there studio guest. Martin Bayfield reports on a man who was seriously hurt and is still recovering. Carrie Grant reports on the Fisherman's Wives choir trying to rival the Military Wives
By Anonymous:
Matt and Alex are joined by John Hannah as their guest. There is a report from John Sergeant about how many people could pass their driving tests now where he and two others have a driving test now and we find out the results. There is a report from Simon Boazman about the effectiveness of antibiotics. There is also a report from Mike Dilger about some clever birds.
By Anonymous:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones present with guest Caroline Quentin talking about her new series on the national parks. Anita reports on an in-car camera. Michael Douglas reports from a festival where he interviews while cutting there hair. Mike Dilger also reports which Miranda Krestovnikoff builds on. Marty Jopson meets a woman who used a side rule to fight Hitler's deadliest weapon. Plus Onesie the one show squirrel competes in the Mascot Grand National. But who is he? and how well does he do?
By Anonymous:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the show joined by Lord Alan Sugar talking about the new series of the Apprentice. Martin Bayfield reports on how the police are combating bike theft. Hugh Laurie, in his first one show report, speaks to trombonist Chris Barber. Dan Snow tells the story of Sir Nicholas Winton and speaks to him. Matt Baker also narrates a report.
By Anonymous:
Chris Evans and Alex Jones present with guest Michael Palin who talks about the BAFTA fellowship he will be receiving. Mike Dilger reports on a conservation project to increase biodiversity. Jay Rayner reports on how the cutlery you use can affect the taste of your food. Plus a report on the Pride and Prejudice documentary later that evening. They celebrate Pride and Prejudice by dressing up and Alex Jones joins some dancers recreating a Pride and Prejudice scene.
By Anonymous:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the show with guest Tess Daly. Martin Bayfield reports on Britain's stupidest criminals with contribution by DI Craig Leonard. Lucy Siegle reports. Larry Lamb reports on Chung Ling So with contributions by Scott Penrose and Lee Warren.
By Anonymous:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the show. Celia Imrie is a guest talking about her role on Love and Marriage. Neville Wilshire talks about his BBC3 programme, The Call Centre with Angela Rippon turning up and confronting him about call centres. Anita Rani meets a man who was wrongly accused of the murder of Joanna Yates and reports on the effects that the media has on letting people know who may be involved before being proven guilty. Alistair McGowan travels to the North East to report on its accents. Alex Riley reports on the new technology that can help rescue shopping trolleys.
By Anonymous:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the show. Celia Imrie is a guest talking about her role on Love and Marriage. Neville Wilshire talks about his BBC3 programme, The Call Centre with Angela Rippon turning up and confronting him about call centres. Anita Rani meets a man who was wrongly accused of the murder of Joanna Yates and reports on the effects that the media has on letting people know who may be involved before being proven guilty. Alistair McGowan travels to the North East to report on its accents. Alex Riley reports on the new technology that can help rescue shopping trolleys with contribution by Chris Buton. Dean Rolland also contributes.
By Anonymous:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the show with author of the BBC series 'The White Queen' Philippa Gregory, actress Alex Kingston and singer Sharleen Spiteri. Iwan Thomas reports on the search for sunken treasures in the Scilly Isles. Dr Mark Porter reports on an injured solider as he undergoes a new robotic surgery with contribution by Professor Justin Cobb. Sarah Mack and Marty Jopson also report. Dan Snow reports on the man who helped break the Atlantic Wall at D Day with contribution by Chris Shepheard.
By Anonymous:
Chris Evans and Alex Jones present with guest Sir Tom Jones talking about The Voice with two semi-finalists. There is a report about people sharing the name of Tom Jones. Miranda Krestovnikoff reports about the strangest tree which has lots of metal in it. There is a report about Gareth Thomas with his mum Yvonne and dad Barry and himself. Jay Rayner reports on food for father's day.
By Anonymous:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones present with guests Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell talking about the new series of Long Lost Family. Jenny Kleenan reports on the largest gathering of twins in Europe. Cerys Matthews discovers the inspiration for The 39 Steps. Lucy Siegle reports on Shire Horse Racing.
By Anonymous:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the show with guest Nick Ross talking about his new book. Larry Lamb meets two men who helped to solve the Great Train Robbery 50 years ago. Marty Jopson tests out the hardest man-made material. Christine Walkden reports live from a garden which this year could not be opened for the National Garden Scheme. There is also a report about The 'Woolwich Angels' learning what is a hero.
By Anonymous:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones present with guest Hilary Devey talking about her CBE and book. Declan Curry reports on how a business is doing in the current economic climate. Gyles Brandreth reports on a 1950's doctor accused for murders. Miranda Krestovnikoff reports on an insect which causes confusion in our gardens
By Anonymous:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the show with guest Billie Jean King. Alex Riley reports on whether Google is 'Evil'. Jasmine Harman does a report. Mike Dilger reports on seeing a rare bird and will he find it? Ruth Goodman takes to the sky to tell the story of one of Britian's greatest female aviators.
By Anonymous:
Chris Evans and Alex Jones present with guest Bradley Walsh. Gyles Brandreth reports on the man who bought Stonehenge. Arthur Smith reports on food that the Famous Five ate with Jay Rayner coming into the studio to explain more. Dr Michael Mosley reports on forgetfulness. Plus Danny MacAskill shows of his stunt bike riding skills live.
By Anonymous:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones present with guest Alan Titchmarsh who talks about the new series of Love Your Garden. Iwan Thomas reports on a scheme which is encouraging children to play in the street. George McGavin reports on insects. Alistair McGowan reports on the origins of the Yorkshire accent. Carrie Grant reports on the preparations for 2013 Glastonbury.
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Matt Baker and Alex Jones present with guest Imelda Staunton talking about what she will be doing next. Simon Calder reports on the effects of budget cuts on museums with extra information from Justin Rowlatt. Gyles Brandreth reports on the real Third Man, Kim Philby. Alex Riley reports live from a museum where the statue has been moving and discovers why. Phil Tufnell launches the art competition 2013.
By Anonymous:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones present with Mo Farah talking about his coming races and Patrick Kielty talking about the coming comedy person of the year. Dan Donnelly reports on a modelling company not living to its promises. Matt Baker narrates a report on dogs.
By Anonymous:
Matt Baker and Alex Jones present with guests Barry and Stephen Gibb talking about there tour together. Lucy Siegle reports on a scheme to reduce food waste. Ruth Goodman reports on the history of the mugshot. Joe Crowley reports on one of the most dangerous walks full of mud.
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Lee Mack joins Matt and Alex to talk about his new panel show Duck Quacks Don't Echo. They are also joined by Wayne Sleep and his Big Ballerinas, Dan Snow shows his WW1 family heirloom - the treaty of Versailles, and Phil Tufnell visits a derelict mansion on Billionaire's Row. Plus, the man conned out of his entire pension, the natural flood defence that has saved the village of Belford, and verifying viewers' favourite facts with the One Show's team of boffins - Sarah Jarvis, Mike Dilger and Marty Jopson.
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Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by the cast of hit comedy The Inbetweeners. Alex Riley meets vicars studying stand-up to liven up their sermons and Mike Dilger discovers over a thousand dolphins in the Bristol Channel. Plus Dad's Army star Ian Lavender joins Dan Snow to investigate the truth about the Home Guard. Matt and Alex are joined by actors James Corden and Emily Blunt, plus Question Time's David Dimbleby. Equipped with hidden cameras, Anita finds out what it takes to make us speak up against litter louts, and the team take on the Germans at the noble sport of Christmas tree throwing. Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the show. Jeremy Vine is the guest. Gloria Hunniford reports on first time buyers of houses, surveys not pointing out structural problems so they have to spend a lot with the contribution of Roger Southam. Larry Lamb reports on the decline of the manned signal box, with contribution of Kevin Preece. Dr Mark Porter also reports. Mark Reed reports on how it was growing up with his dad Oliver Reed.
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Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the show joined by guests presenter Fern Britton, comedian Jenny Eclair and photographer Mary McCartney. Jenny Kleeman and Angellica Bell provide a reports. Alex Riley reports on a Cornish parish with too many road signs. Gyles Brandreth reports on Judy Garland's final stay in the UK. Justin Rowlatt puts the One Show viewers questions to the head of the NHS. Anita Rani reports live from an A&E department. Dr Mark Porter gives more information in the studio on problems in the NHS. Also John Brock and Sue Felton from Feock Parish Council and Steve Frost and Nick Nogueira report.
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Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the show with guest Paloma Faith. The One Show looks into Tommy Cooper with a report. Ruth Goodman and Alex Jones report. Dan Snow reports on Tudor times. There are also contributions by Clive Hallam-Baker, Betty Jones, Paul Thompson and Christine Trigger.
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The marathon night of fun and fundraising begins with a One Show Children in Need Special. Alex Jones cheers on co-host Matt Baker as he pedals in to BBC Television Centre at the end of an incredible 484 mile rickshaw challenge in aid of this year's appeal. There are stories of Children in Need fundraising feats from all over the United Kingdom and guest appearances from some of the stars taking part in this year's extravaganza.
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Alex Jones and Matt Baker are joined by the award-winning garden designer Diarmuid Gavin. Lucy Siegle joins a daring river rescue of brown trout in Derbyshire, and Nadine Dorries MP tells us why she wants compulsory abstinence lessons in our schools.
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Alex Jones and Matt Baker are joined by Sharleen Spiteri from the band Texas. Rugby star Scott Quinnell looks at the railway riots in Llanelli in 1911, and Matt Allwright visits a donkey sanctuary that was set up by Dr Elisabeth Svendsen, who make it her life's work to help neglected and abandoned donkeys.
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Chris Evans and Alex Jones are joined by musical megastar Michael Ball. The programme gains exclusive access to the royal box at Epsom, ahead of Her Majesty the Queen's visit, and Jay Rayner, Gyles Brandreth and Angela Rippon are in the studio along with three real-life heroes.
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Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Sue Barker. Gyles Brandreth examines the life of Prince Philip who is about to celebrate his ninetieth birthday, plus there is a look at why things are unsettled on Britain's waterways. Meanwhile, Phil Tufnell goes on a mini adventure.
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Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Detective Superintendent Andy Dalziel, aka actor Warren Clarke. Anita Rani investigates how you can get the most from your holiday money, we look at what happens when a British soldier goes AWOL, and our wildlife man Mike Dilger learns to fly.
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Alex Jones and Matt Baker are joined by the comedian Lee Mack. With food inflation rocketing, Simon Boazman challenges a family to cut their food bill by half, and Carrie Grant looks back at the making of The Who's classic Live At Leeds album.
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If it has Britain talking then it will be talked about on the One Show. Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the stories that matter from across the country. Survival expert Bear Grylls joins them. Plus there are reactions from Northern Ireland as the UK celebrates Rory McIlroy's historic victory at the US open.
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Alex and Matt are joined by Zoe Ball. We examine the shocking state of Britain's care homes, we discover why some people are colour blind, Barbra Dickson reveals her innermost secrets and we take part in the world's biggest ever chemistry experiment.
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If it has Britain talking then it will be talked about on the One Show. Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the stories that matter from across the country. They are joined by actress Denise Welch. Dom Littlewood investigates internet job scams and we meet the couple who turned to a surrogate to give them a much longed-for baby.
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Alex Jones and Matt Baker are joined by Ross Kemp, the man who moved out of Albert Square to became a BAFTA winning documentary maker. Plus, find out how this week's strikes are going to affect you, we remember Lord Learie Constantine, one of the greatest cricketers of all time, and our resident GPs Dr Sarah and Dr Mark hit the streets of Glasgow.
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Alex Jones and Matt Baker are joined by comedian Sarah Millican. Dan Snow heads to Nottingham to see the extraordinary cave network that exists below the city streets, and Simon Boazman joins Mary Portas on her first outing gas the government's 'Retail Czar'.
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Legendary singer Tony Bennett joins Alex Jones and Matt Baker on the sofa. Mike Dilger and Miranda Krestovnikoff take a trip to the Isles of Scilly, and Tony Livesey visits Greater Manchester Police to investigate whether officers there should be ripping up the rule book and using their common sense instead.
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Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by this year's BBC Proms presenter Katie Derham who will be revealing all about the 117-year-old festival. The programme also goes behind the scenes at Britain's last train manufacturer in Derby as the firm faces up to big job losses. Meanwhile, Mike Dilger is on summer wildlife watch in the Scilly Isles.
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Full list of actors of The One Show:
1 Naomi Arnold in the movie The One Show Naomi Arnold 2006
2 Kate Bevan in the movie The One Show Kate Bevan 2006
3 Betty Jones in the movie The One Show Betty Jones 2006
4 Angela Rippon in the movie The One Show Angela Rippon 2006
5 Louise Minchin in the movie The One Show Louise Minchin 2006
6 Matt Allwright in the movie The One Show Matt Allwright 2006
7 Matt (I) Baker in the movie The One Show Matt (I) Baker 2006
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