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The One Show Team | 14:31 UK time, Wednesday, 3 March 2010

Adrian and Christine were joined by Sharon Osbourne.

In honour of World Maths Day, Carol Vorderman from The Maths Factor set One Show viewers a puzzle to solve before the end of the programme.

Sixty-seven years ago today in the midst of World War II, 173 civilians lost their lives at Bethnal Green Tube Station. Arthur Smith met survivors and investigated the tragic event.

There will be a memorial service this Sunday 7th March at 2pm, at St John on Bethnal Green, Cambridge Heath Road, London, E2 9PA.

The Stairway to Heaven Memorial Trust are also trying to trace survivors or families of those who died for a memorial statue.

If you have further information they can get in touch at Stairway to Heaven Memorial Trust (external site).

Next week Christine will attempt to be the first woman to water-ski 26 miles across the English Channel for Sport Relief. Tonight, Christine took to the water for swimming lessons.

Plus Christine Walkden looked at one of horticulture's enduring obsessions, the elusive and illusory black flower.

Finally, can you help Salisbury Cathedral identify this 15th century gothic text? 

The first ever example of English in a British church has been uncovered at Salisbury Cathedral. Joe Crowley found out more about the discovery.

Wall inscription - photo by John Crook

If you have any thoughts on what the text may say, Salisbury Cathedral wants to hear from you. For more information, click here (external site).

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