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What's coming up on The One Show...? (7-11 Dec)

 What's coming up on The One Show...? (7-11 Dec)

Monday's guest is celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay - he'll be critiquing photos of your dinners from around the world.

One of Adrian's favourite guests is back on Tuesday. The last time Bette Midler joined The One Show it was via satellite, this time the American singer is on the sofa.

Comedian Rob Brydon adds some festive cheer to The One Show on Wednesday.

On Thursday, Yusuf Islam formerly known as Cat Stevens will be chatting to Adrian & Christine.

We switch on the Christmas lights on Friday at The One Show - and if you're wondering who the guest will be....it's still to be confirmed so do keep checking this blog post for updates.  

Don't forget The One Show Christmas Advent calendar - we've already revealed Michael McIntrye's plans for Christmas, the celebrity self-portrait game, 12 Christmas savings and a very tasty recipe for mulled wine and many more.

Click here: See what's behind the lastest window on The One Show Christmas Advent calendar and find out how you can be a part of it too!

As ever this is the great plan but as The One Show is live anything can happen, if anything changes we'll let you know on this blog.

 

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  • 1. At 7:15pm on 07 Dec 2009, pat ball wrote:

    I used to watch the one show, but find Christine bleakley too overpowerin she tries to hog the screen this is very disturbing to me, does she know this alway pushing herself forward urgh

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  • 2. At 7:18pm on 07 Dec 2009, Lawrence wrote:

    What are you on about when your report implies that we have to become part vegetarian to save the planet.

    The evidence regarding whether we humans are the cause of global warming is not proven yet.

    There are many other ways to reduce carbon emmissions other than reducing our meat eating habits.

    What will you do with all the living animals now longer required to be eaten. Cremate them ????? (wont that cause more co2 emmision?) let them live then they give off gas.

    We are in a no win situation lets develop and work out how to live with the changing earth instead scare mongering.

    Loz

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  • 3. At 7:21pm on 07 Dec 2009, Jude wrote:

    With regards to climate change, why is it such a taboo, to recognise that human population growth is the problem. It is simply unsustainable.

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  • 4. At 7:31pm on 07 Dec 2009, michael wrote:

    All the rabid diatribe over meat eating is just hystrionics by some vegetarian nobody in the BBC. Do you think 165 million years of dinosaurs wandering the planet and blowing off would not have had an even worst effect than the effect a few million cows have today? The worlds is NOT warming. The vegetarians and other temperance advocators have had too much to say without any redress from a more balanced and informed person. STOP quoting unamed experts, stop talking as though YOU all know the world is warming through this meat eating. If Monsanto, Bill Gates and others get their way, all small farms will be bought and amalgamated into vast monoculture GM crop sterile wastleands. The food they THEN produce will havea more serious detremental effect on the future of the plant, animal and human life on this planet, in a way you cannot even begin to understand. Step outside your own blinkered world. Deliver some ACCURATE reporting and NOT this scaremongering and erroneous garbage you espouse each weekday evening. UTTER twaddle. cuddling animals that have no names and no interest in us and talking as though you were the oracle and not some fanciful overblown magazine programme has to stop.

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  • 5. At 7:51pm on 07 Dec 2009, David Kalu wrote:

    I am very sad how academia in this country can not relate animal (human) and plant existence. Is sad any one comes out with any thing and expect every one to believe their ridiculous concept or believe.
    PLEASE I BELIEVE SO CALLED ACADEMIA QUALIFICATION SHOULD BE RE-EXAMINED. SOME DO NOT, I REPEAT DO NOT DESERVE THE DOCTOR OR PROFESSOR TITLE, EXAMPLE THE PROFESSOR WHO JUST GAVE HIS VIEW ON CLIMATE CHANGE OR EFFECT WITH ANIMAL PRODUCTION AND THE PRESENTER WHO CARRIED OUT THAT RESEARCH.
    I WANT THEM TO KNOW PLANT AND ANIMAL DEPENDS ON EACH OTHER TO LIVE. PLANT NEEDS NATURAL CARBON FROM ANIMALS TO PRODUCE THE FOOD THEY EAT AND ANIMALS NEED THE OXYGEN FROM THE PLANT FOR COMBUSTION. THE CARBON ANIMALS GIVES IS A NATURAL GAS WHICH HAS NO EFFECT TO THE ENVIRONMENT.
    THEY SHOULD DO THEIR HOME WORK WELL BEFORE THEY COME ON AIR, WE THE PUBLIC ARE NOT STUPID OR ILLITERATE.
    THANK YOU

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  • 6. At 8:05pm on 07 Dec 2009, Rob wrote:

    As a Beef Producer in the UK, I found the report of global warming and Livestock poduction almost offenesive.
    I agree that deforestation could be a major contributor to the global climate, and stocking that land with thousands of cattle, which is then shipped around world, could, be bad for the climate,
    But in the UK- we aren't destorying ha's of rainforest, we aren't even increasing the nation herd size (that i am aware of). WE have tight controls on use of fertislers (NVZ's) (and pesticides) and in farmers eyes, are strictly regulated on this.
    Herbivores were around along time before us, anybody see the south today report of the dinsour remians found in the Isle of Wight- 4m long- Surely that produced more methane than one of my cows.
    Rob

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  • 7. At 7:26pm on 08 Dec 2009, Glen wrote:

    Tonights topic talks about domestic violence and as usual its all based around women been assulted by their male partners. Why is it never mentioned that this also happens the other way round, 'the female memeber of the relationship carrying out the violence'? The male always seems to be in the wrong and at the end of the day, there are some males suffering in silence too ashamed to let anyone know that they are the victim of domestic violence. This needs to be addressed!!!!

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