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Season 42 Episode 42

16th October 2005

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Aired Monday 2:00 PM Oct 16, 2005 on BBC
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16th October 2005
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Presenters:
Fearne Cotton with Phill Jupitus

Playlist:
• Girls Aloud - Biology [Performance]
• Feeder - Shatter [Performance]
• The Jam - Down in the Tube Station at Midnight [Archive Performance - Oct 1978]
• Lee Ryan - Turn Your Car Around [Performance]
• Jack Johnson - Sitting, Waiting, Wishing [Promo Video]
• Simply Red - Perfect Love [Performance]
• 50 Cent ft Mase - Window Shopper [Performance]
• Sinead O'Conner - Nothing Compares 2 U [Archive Performance - Feb 1990]
• Sugababes - Push The Button [Promo Video]moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Lee Ryan

    Lee Ryan

    Performance

    Guest Star

    Phill Jupitus

    Phill Jupitus

    Guest Presenter

    Guest Star

    Jack Johnson (I)

    Jack Johnson (I)

    Promo Video

    Guest Star

    50 Cent

    50 Cent

    Performance

    Recurring Role

    Girls Aloud

    Girls Aloud

    Performance

    Recurring Role

    Simply Red

    Simply Red

    Performance

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (9)

      • Onscreen Factoid: (for Sugababes) Sugababes? So called because they've all got a sweet tooth...

      • Onscreen Factoid: (for Sinead O'Conner) 15 years on from this classic, Sinead's still writing and recording. Her latest project is an album of reggae songs. The man who wrote this song, that's Prince of course, revealed this week that he's having his hips replaced!

      • Onscreen Factoid: (for 50 Cent) Mr Cent's first film 'Get Rich or Die Tryin' hits cinema screens next month.

      • Onscreen Factoid: (for Simply Red) The first song Mick Hucknall wrote was called 'Ice Cream & Wafers'.

      • Onscreen Factoid: (for Jack Johnson) 'In Between Dreams' is Jack's third album. He's from Hawaii and before he started making music he directed surf movies. He learned to play guitar at 14. The first two songs he mastered? Cat Stevens' 'Father & Son' and 'One' by Metallica. But in a laid back kind of way...

      • Onscreen Factoid: (for Lee Ryan) Lee recently took a film directing course in New York.

      • Onscreen Factoid: (for The Jam) Nearly 30 years after this was a hit, Modfather Paul Weller is still in the charts with new album 'As Is Now'. The rest of The Jam, drummer Rick Buckler and bass player Bruce Foxton have had mixed musical fortunes. Bruce has just finished a tour with Stiff Little Fingers but Rick isn't involved with music at all.

      • Onscreen Factoid: (for Feeder) The band changed their name to feeder after lead singer Grant's goldfish.

      • Onscreen Factoid: (for Girls Aloud) Cheryl's been taking football fashion tips from Victoria Beckham ahead of her wedding to Ashley Cole.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • (following the Sinead O'Conner archive performance)
        Phill: Two words... Cheer up!
        Fearne: It's a lovely love song!
        Phill: Cheer up!
        Fearne: It's a lovely, sad...
        Phill: Just cheer up!
        Fearne: ...crying, you-look-out-of-a-window-and-dream-of-a-boy, love song!
        (Phill makes a accepting, but disapproving moan)

      • (following the Girls Aloud performance)
        Fearne: Five gorgeous ladies, one groovie song, lots of happy men (points towards the audience and then at Phill Jupitus).
        Phill: They're like a very well organised singing hen night, well... done... them!

    • NOTES (4)

      • Not live: This episode was pre-recorded on 14th October 2005.

      • Look closely: During the latter part of the Girls Aloud 'Biology' performance Cheryl Tweady starts laughing during a pose.

      • Me and My Shadow: Phill Jupitus continues his running joke of trying to put Fearne off her links by trying to look down her ear.

      • In Detention: The broadcast time of this edition was moved 25 minutes forward to accommodate the 'Teaching Awards' preceding it. However, unlike the previous weeks schedule alteration this edition retains it's full 35-minute length.

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