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What is an adult? Celebs share their stories

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Graham Matthews | 17:25 UK time, Tuesday, 27 July 2010

The Adult Season explores the pressures on young people to grow up quickly, and we want you to tell us what being an adult means to you. What kind of adult do you want to be? Have you had to grow up quicker than you imagined?

Friends of BBC Three, Greg James, Jenny Frost and Liz McClarnon have given you the chance to watch exclusive versions of their experiences of becoming an adult, right here on the blog. And don't forget to share your own stories after you've watched them

Greg James:

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Jenny Frost:

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Liz McClarnon:

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Share your story now.

The Adult Season continues TONIGHT on BBC Three with Underage and Pregnant at 8pm, with Baby Beauty Queens at 8.30pm, and Small Teen, Big World at 9pm.

If you're affected by any of the issues in The Adult Season and you want any help or advice visit the Radio 1 The Surgery website.


Graham Matthews is content producer for BBC Three online.

BBC Three Autumn 2010 Preview

Today BBC Three announced to the world what great new shows it has planned from this autumn - and we've got our hands on this mouthwatering preview of the goodies to come.

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The new programmes include brand new drama Lip Service and new comedies The King is Dead and Him and Her (starring Being Human's Russell Tovey).

Your favourites also return with new series of How Not to Live Your Life, Ideal and Russell Howard's Good News. Stacey Dooley returns with a new programme in her Stacey Dooley Investigates series.

Find out more about the programmes: See what Danny Cohen, controller of BBC Three, thought about the new programmes on the TV blog.

Graham Matthews is content producer for BBC Three online.

Coming of Age clues about series 3

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Dana Stevens | 11:10 UK time, Friday, 23 July 2010

The cast of Coming of Age We know you love Coming of Age because you told us loud and clear that you wanted a third series (thank you to all the lovely people who took the time to tell us on our Facebook page.) The creator and writer Tim Dawson is currently very busy working on the new series and he's so excited about it he wanted to let you know how it's going. I know lots of you are keen for clues about what DK and the gang will be up to so read on....

Tim Dawson writes:

I think I should begin by thanking everyone who watched Series 2 for their wonderfully warm reaction to the show. I'm delighted it was so popular. Apparently Joe Tracini can't leave his house now without receiving shouts of 'Balamory' from excitable teenagers, excitable adults and disturbed toddlers.

It's still a few months until pre-production begins - that's when the producer, director, actors and production team come on board to start making the series proper. But I've been writing for about three months now, and I'm deep into the new series. So what can I tell you? Despite the rumours on Facebook, all the gang will be coming back. (Hooray!) But there's more...because this year they're going to be joined by duh duh duuuuh...

...a new character!

Now I can't tell you her name, mainly because I keep changing it (any suggestions please put them below) but she's seventeen, cute and has a big secret. Plus she hasn't been cast yet, so any aspiring actors out there get stretching those thespian muscles boys! Oops, I let out her secret - or did I? No I wouldn't do that - or would I? I should stop this joke now... or should I?

Matt and Chloe from Coming of Age As well as the arrival of X, there's a lot in store for our heroes at Wooton College. Jas tries to move on from Ollie, DK acquires a stalker and for the first time Matt and Chloe face a problem which threatens their entire future together - the giraffe of fire!! There's jealousy, heartbreak and treachery as well as our usual raucous mix of comedy sex, outrageous visuals, special guest stars, raps, knob jokes and witty one liners all building to a thrilling climax.

And what will that thrilling climax be? Obviously I can't say. But what I can say is this will be the best series of Coming of Age yet. I can't wait to make it. And I can't wait for you to see it.

Balamory!

Tim Dawson is the creator and writer of Coming of Age.

The third series of Coming of Age will be on BBC Three in 2011.

What is an adult? Share your stories...

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Dana Stevens | 16:24 UK time, Tuesday, 20 July 2010

The BBC Three Adult Season starts today and we want you to tell us what being an adult means to you. Is it something you look forward to or does the idea of having to be responsible scare you? Has something happened in your life that has forced you to grow up and become an adult?

We've asked some friends of BBC Three to share their experiences of becoming an adult which we'll be showing on telly from tonight. And here on the blog we're giving you the chance to watch some extra-special, exclusive versions of their stories. So have a look at what Reggie Yates, Kirsten O'Brien and Stacey Dooley have to say about becoming an adult. And don't forget to share your own stories after you've watched them

Kirsten O'Brien talks about responsibility and the pain of losing a parent:

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Reggie Yates talks about confidence and how his mother's strength inspires him:

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Stacey Dooley shares her thoughts on the kind of adult she wants to be and growing up with a stepdad:

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Share your story now.

The Adult Season starts TONIGHT on BBC Three with Underage and Pregnant at 8.30pm and Danielle Lineker: My New Stepfamily at 9pm.

If you're affected by any of the issues in The Adult Season and you want any help or advice visit the Radio 1 The Surgery website.


Dana Stevens is content producer for BBC Three online.

Mongrels: Vince and Nelson answer your questions

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Dana Stevens | 17:50 UK time, Monday, 19 July 2010

Last week we gave you the chance to put your questions to two of our favourite foxes from Mongrels; the polite, Ben Elton-loving Nelson and the violent, foul-mouthed Vince. After a great response on the BBC Three Facebook page and here on the blog we selected some of the best ones for Nelson and Vince to answer. As you'd expect Vince's responses were particularly filthy and rude so if you think you may be offended...please don't read his responses!

From Chris Childs: Vince, Who keeps following you around with that machine that goes *bleep* all the time? Can hardly hear a word you're saying!
VINCE: Ah it's all some bull*bleep* BBC thing. So now I've got some *bleep* in a tie telling me I'm not allowed to swear on TV. The 'Taste & Decency' *bleep*.

From Deejay Maximus: Nelson and Vince, What's better boggle, sex or sex whilst boggling?
NELSON: Oh crumbs, now you're asking. OK, so...on balance I would probably have to say...Boggle. For one, you can do it with anyone from ages 'eight to adult'. For two, it's quite portable so you can play it, for example, on the train. And for three, as long as you don't run out of the little jotter pads, you can pretty much keep playing it forever!
VINCE: *bleep*ing.

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From Lara Ryan: Nelson, What is your idea of the perfect day?
NELSON: Ah, good question Lara. I'll say coffee and croissant in bed with the Sunday Telegraph, quick spot of antiquing, afternoon tea at Browns, sneaky crossword, cheeky nap, dinner with friends somewhere disgustingly expensive, finished off with an evening of Ben Elton-penned musical theatre!

From Stu Mc: Vince, Were you the hardest of the litter?
VINCE: Course I was. And do you know why Stu? Because when me and all my brothers and sisters were still in my mother's *bleep*...
NELSON: Womb, Vince. Technically you were in her womb.
VINCE: ...I beat the living *bleep* out of them every single day from the moment we were just tiny little spunks until the day we were born. Matter of fact, my youngest brother was so scared of me, one day he shat himself. To death.
NELSON: Benjamin Zephaniah! That's a horrible story.
VINCE: Yeah well, it's like I always say innit, "Life's a *bleep*."

From Scott Monty Field: Nelson, ever tried cat-nip? NELSON: Uh-uh. It's a slippery slope. Nelson says: "Just say no, kids!"
VINCE: ... Hold up. Did you just call Scott Monty Field a *bleep*?
NELSON: No.
VINCE: Right. In that case, may I?
NELSON: If you absolutely must.
VINCE: Alright Scott, me old *bleep*?

From R: Nelson, tell us about "The Divine Miss Vulpine"
NELSON: Oh, yes I'm glad you asked about that actually because I've had a lot of negative reaction to this among the animal community. Basically, right, I did it one time, for a laugh, for a couple of mates. Next thing you know, I'm being asked to do corporate events, private functions, hotel visits...Look, I was young, I was naïve, it was Blair's Britain! The boom years! Things were different back then! I mean, 'let he cast the first stone who hasn't dressed up as a woman and performed a private burlesque show for a lonely Taiwanese fund manager!' Right?

From L2A: Vince, if you had twenty-four hours to live and only had time to fight one famous human, who would it be and why?
VINCE: Who's that Welsh *bleep* who reads the news?
NELSON: Huw Edwards?
VINCE: Him.
NELSON: Him? Why him?!
VINCE: Dunno. Just feel like it.
NELSON: Mental. Absolutely bloody mental.

From Luge: Vince, I assume you are the fox that keeps eating my sister's chickens. Do you know that my nephew gets upset every time you do it? And also what did you do with the rabbits you horrible *bleep*?
VINCE: Yeah. It's me. I'll hold my hands up. As for your nephew, consider it a lesson in life from your lovely uncle Vince.
NELSON: Sorry, what sort of lesson?
VINCE: The sort of lesson that teaches you that all chickens are dirty scumbag *bleep*s. NELSON: Right. I'd say that probably comes under Sociology.
VINCE: As for the missing rabbits, all I'll say is this...I *bleep*ed them. Then I ate them.
NELSON: OK, that's just unhygienic. Frankly. I mean no wonder you're always catching colds.

From Rycochet: Nelson, What do you use on your fur to keep it so red and glossy? I've tried everything and I just can't get my tail to look that fabulous.
NELSON: OK Rycochet, quick tip, if it's a hot day or if you're holidaying somewhere muggy i.e. visiting a pen-pal in the South of France, simply apply a healthy squirt of good quality conditioner in the morning, then leave it in until bedtime. It'll keep your tail looking lush and full of life all day!
VINCE: My god. You don't half talk some *bleep*.
NELSON: Says you. With the split-ends.

From Joel Hopwood: Vince, Did you just call me a *bleep*?
VINCE: Yes.
NELSON: He did. I heard him. Sorry.

You can watch the next episode of Mongrels TOMORROW at 11pm.

Special thanks to Mongrels writer Jon Brown.

The One Minute Mills and Mongrels Challenge!

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Dana Stevens | 11:25 UK time, Thursday, 15 July 2010

Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills will guest star in the next episode of the brilliant Mongrels, and to celebrate he's setting you a challenge. He wants you to make your very own minute long Mongrels video using the greenscreen footage on the Comedy blog. All you have to do is head over to the Comedy blog to find out how to download the footage of Scott Mills and the Mongrels gang. There's advice on how to get started on your own video and you'll be able to create your own soundtrack which could be music, sound effects or a hilarious script.

If the production team think it's good enough your video could make it on to the Mongrels website.

To inspire you here's a little taster of Scott Mills recording his greenscreen scenes with the Mongrels crew.

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Go to the Comedy blog now to find out how to download and create your video.

Mongrels: Ask Vince and Nelson a question...

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Dana Stevens | 18:14 UK time, Tuesday, 13 July 2010

Right then Mongrels fans; stand by because you're going to love this....

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We've managed to persuade urban fox Nelson to put down his Guardian newspaper long enough to answer some of your questions about life in the wilds of East London. And Vince got pretty nasty when he heard Nelson's been asked to talk to the fans and not him, so we've had to let him answer some questions too.

Maybe you always wanted to know how to outfox a fox? Or maybe you want to ask Vince whether his cubs were tastier than a KFC? Or you're curious about what roles Nelson has lined up next after starring in Springwatch?

All you need to do is post your questions on the BBC Three Facebook page or leave a comment here before 10am on Friday 16th July and we'll pick a selection to put to Vince and Nelson. We'll post their answers on our BBC Three Facebook page before next week's episode. And don't forget the next episode of Mongrels is on TONIGHT at 10.30pm.

Dana Stevens is content producer for BBC Three online.

Special 1 TV: Episode 6 Finally, the final

And so the end is near. Time for reflection, time for sharing memories and time to bring in video technology. Are you listening Mr Fifa? And with all eyes on the Holland and the Spain for Sunday, where are you betting your hedges? Maybe we can help. Do it!

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Special 1 TV: Baby Talk

Congratulations Ronaldo. Maybe now you will understand what being a special manager is like and having to deal with the tantrums and whinging. Do it!

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Don't miss the last episode of the Special 1 TV's World Cup programmes tonight at 1.45am on BBC Three. It will also be here on the blog shortly after and if you've been doing it to me on the blog I may just be mentioning your comment.

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Stacey Dooley's BBC Three diary

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Dana Stevens | 13:51 UK time, Friday, 9 July 2010

We love Stacey Dooley here at BBC Three and since she first appeared in the Blood Sweat and T-Shirts series she's become something of a campaigner for Fairtrade and employment rights in the developing world. I know that many of you were moved by the Stacey Dooley Investigates series last October and the programme inspired you to find ways to help. As Stacey is currently involved with a number of exciting projects for BBC Three, I've asked her to check in with the BBC Three blog every so often and let us know what she's up to. To kick things off she explains how she first started working with the channel...

Stacey Dooley Investigates

Stacey Dooley writes:

I very first became involved with BBC Three when I answered an advert for a new series called Blood Sweat and T-Shirts. The advert was very brief and simply asked the questions "Do you love fashion? Do you love travel? ..."

I spent most of my time travelling and shopping - often at the same time - so I honestly couldn't think of anything more perfect!

I was lucky enough to visit India, to experience and witness how our high street fashion garments were produced. What I went on to discover really did blow me away.

Stacey Dooley Investigates

I came across dirty, cramped sweatshops where tiny young lads were being forced to work for ridiculous hours...for little or no money. If a stitch was missed or a mistake was made, there was every chance he would be beaten as punishment. They were hungry and tired.

Returning to the UK, I decided to let everyone know just what I thought about it all!

I went on to appear on news and radio stations, backed organisations and charities that I felt were in the know, and raised money to help rehabilitate these kids.

Last year I made two documentaries, Kids For Sale in Nepal and Kids With Machetes in the Ivory Coast, highlighting just how many of our kids around the world are affected by child labour. It's literally millions.

I've just returned from my latest trip...I can't reveal many details just yet but it involved a bullet-proof vest and a hostile environment course! Gulp. Very scary, but very worthwhile. I'll tell you more about that when I can.

Stacey Dooley Investigates

Earlier this week I was asked to take part in a trail to be shown on air during BBC Three's upcoming Adult Season. Look out for that on BBC Three very soon! I was made up to be included, as I really do believe BBC Three is brilliant in touching real, current and massively important issues that affect us all in one way or another. Some of the documentaries they're doing in particular are so informative without being too square or boring. Fabulous!

Stacey Dooley Investigates On Monday I am in London at the 2morro Festival on the South Bank and I'm going to be speaking! (Maybe nervously muttering! I'm not massive on public speaking...eeek!) I'll be there along with some really amazing young people. It's all about young people going that step further and doing their thing to make a difference. I've read a little about the others who are going to be there and they all sound very inspiring! Tickets are free and there are still a few left so if you are 16-24 and you want to come along and be inspired by some ideas for change you can find out more at the 2morro Festival website.

Wish me luck for the conference...and I will try my best not to trip up, or down, the stairs on the way to the stage! x


Stacey Dooley presents Stacey Dooley Investigates on BBC Three.

Stacey will be speaking at the 2morro Festival this Monday 12th July at the BFI at London's South Bank.

Special 1 TV: Cooks

I often think managing football team is like cooking. Great ingredients in the hands of great chef and the results are fantastic. Great ingredients in the hands of not so great chef and you'll be asking 'Would you like fries with that?' Do it!

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Special 1 TV: Special Tears

Special moments between special people can be rare. But between special managers they are aplenty. Like this one between me and the Maradona. Do it!

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Special 1 TV: Special Appeal

Today, the boy Rooney seeks your help in supporting someone who has been left exposed in South Africa. Do it!

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Robert Peston: How the budget affects you

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Dana Stevens | 10:06 UK time, Tuesday, 6 July 2010

It's been almost two weeks since the new coalition government announced their emergency budget and now the dust has settled, it's time to take stock and look at how it will really affect us. Robert Peston, the BBC's money expert and presenter of the BBC Three show On The Money, examines what the impact will be......

Robert Peston writes:

This was a very big and important budget which will have implications for all of us. Thanks for all your comments about your experiences.

Robert Peston

In respect of its impact on young people, I would single out two or three effects.

First, when governments borrow to pay for public services, as has been happening to a record extent in the UK, that can be seen as unfair on younger people.

The debt will have to be repaid one day, through taxation or cuts in public spending. And the longer it takes to impose those taxes or cut that spending, the more it's possible to argue that the costs of today's public services are being imposed on tomorrows' earners, who derived minimal benefit from those services.

So there is an argument that the coalition government's decision to speed up the reduction of the deficit is fairer to young people than reducing the debt only slowly. There is however an alternative view, which is that the government's relatively fast deficit reduction plan, will reduce the growth of the economy and could push unemployment up further.

If that were to happen - and the government hopes it won't - there would be disproportionate pain for young people. Because the evidence of the last couple of years has been that unemployment has been most acute among those leaving schools and higher education.

One final point, the rise in VAT may be particularly uncomfortable for younger people, because they tend to spend more relative to their income than older people and more of their spending tends to go on the kind of things - gadgets, entertainment, clothes - which incur VAT at the full rate.

So if you are under 30, what do you think? Was this a fair budget for young people, or do you think you're being forced to pay for a financial mess created by your parents' generation?

You can watch videos from On The Money with Robert Peston covering issues like debt, pay and banks.

Special 1 TV: New Manager for England?

Despite the fact that Mr Capello has said he's staying on to manage England team, there are still some people who think he should go. Their identity has been disguised in order to protect them. Do it!

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Special 1 TV: Episode 5 What Next?

With England out of the World Cup what can Fabio, Wayne and Sven do next? Where does Maradona get his inspiration? And I take a firm position on the use of video technology.
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Special 1 TV: Ronnie & Rooney

So what is it like leaving the world Cup on the early bus? Wayne and puppet Ronnie tell us all about it.

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You can watch more of me and the Special 1 TV team TONIGHT at 10.35pm on BBC Three.

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Special 1 TV: Roy on England and other things

Here at Special 1 TV, our callers have been divided over the England World Cup fiasco.
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