The One Show

The One Show

Hosted by Alex Jones, Matt Baker and Chris Evans, and aided by a team of top reporters, The One Show is a live magazine programme featuring topical stories and big name studio guests.


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Young Voters in Scotland

The One Show visited young people in Scotland to get their views on the new voting referendum age. For the first time in Scottish history the opinions of Scots aged between 16 and 17 will be registered in a vote in the referendum. Generation 2014 covers the story of those who will come of age in time for the vote.


If you were affected by the issues Keith faced in our Big Decision film, please visit Alzheimer's Research UK for help and advice.

Learn more at the Alzheimer's Society website.

The Heartbleed Bug

The Heartbleed Bug
The Heartbleed Bug is a major flaw in some versions of a kind of security software called OpenSSL that is widely used on the Internet. It is designed to encrypt communications between a user's computer and a web server. If you see a little padlock symbol in your browser then it is likely that you are using SSL.
However, the Heartbleed Bug means that hackers can potentially read the data which this security software should keep safe. Many websites have now fixed the bug, but as so many sites are affected it’s likely that some are still vulnerable.
For more information:

Heartbleed Bug

Should I change my passwords?
Different sites have offered different advice on this, but, in general, it is a good idea to change your passwords from time to time for all the sites you use. The passwords for each site should be unique.
However, before you change your password, you need to make sure the site in question is no longer vulnerable to the Heartbleed Bug. You can check this either by contacting the site directly or by typing its URL into one of the following websites.

LastPass Heartbleed checker
Heartbleed test (2)
Heartbleed test (3)
OpenSSL HeartBleed Test (4)


The One Show recently looked into figures released by Amateur Swimming Association, that found only half of children in primary schools can swim.

More about swimming in your area: 


Find your nearest foodbank

Rising food and fuel prices, static incomes, underemployment and changes to benefits are some of the reasons why increasing numbers are being referred to foodbanks for emergency food. Find the nearest foodbank in your local community.

Behind the scenes

Behind the scenes

The One Show studio researcher, Becky, gives us an exclusive insight into life as a member of the production team.

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