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Melanie Grant - One Show team | 16:44 UK time, Monday, 9 November 2009

Welcome to our new blog post about what's coming up on the show. Every week we'll let you know who and what great things you can see on The One Show.

We kick off the week with singer Michael Bolton on Monday, followed by cricketer Freddie Flintoff on Tuesday.

Star Wars acting legend James Earl Jones will be talking about his latest project on Wednesday. 

Jon Culshaw and Debra Stephenson will be our guests on Thursday. No celeb is safe from mimicry with this comedy duo - even our very own Adrian and Christine have popped up in their new show The Impressions Show, so who knows what to expect.

And speaking of impressions although not of the human-kind.....our wildlife presenters Mike Dilger & Miranda Krestovnikoff are trying to talk to a host of animals this week.

That got us thinking, do you have a great creature call or animal impersonation? We've set up the Creature Call phoneline where you can record your chirps, howls, grunts and so on. It could feature on the show or in an online game.

Click me: Find out about the Creature Calls phoneline and test your knowledge with our animal noises quiz.

Noddy Holder is our Friday guest - so we think a celebration of all things in the 70s is in order. From the cheesy tunes, embarrassing dance moves and fashion disasters. If you have any fashion horror photos, send your 70s photos here - we may pick a few to showcase on the programme.

And don't forget The One Show Children in Need challenge - this week it's the turn of Dom Littlewood and Mike Dilger. Who would you like to see face the Wall of Death? Your donations will decide, so pledge your support here.

Obviously this is the great plan but as The One Show is live anything can happen, so make sure you check back regularly to see if anything's changed.

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