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PART 1: MAGICAL DEBBIE AND PAUL

Question of the Day:
What are your tips on being frugal over the festive period?

GUESTS: PAUL DANIELS AND DEBBIE MCGEE
The most magical couple in the land, Paul Daniels and Debbie McGee join Myleene to talk about Paul’s new interactive Christmas play and also their legendary career in showbiz! Plus, Paul has a little trick up his sleeve.

MOST INSPIRATIONAL BOOKS;
Paul – Tales I Never Told by Michael Winner
Debbie – The Magic Cottage by James Herbert

PART 2: STAGE SUPREMO

GUEST: FRANCES RUFFELLE
West End original of Eponine in Les Miserable, Frances Ruffelle on her new stage play Pippin as well as being the daughter of stage school founder Sylvia Young and mother of pop starlet Eliza Doolittle.

MOST INSPIRATIONAL BOOK:
Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

PART 3: CORRIE AND CO-PARENTING

GUEST: CHARLIE CONDOU
Soap fans know him as Corrie’s Marcus Dent whose groundbreaking same-sex parenting storyline along with Sean Tully isn’t too far from his real-life. Charlie Condou joins Myleene to talk family life with his two-year-old daughter with one mum, two dads and six grandparents.

MOST INSPIRATIONAL BOOK:
The Catcher in the Rye by JD Salinger

PART 4: HAGGLING & XMAS MONEY SAVING

VT: HAGGLING (WITH KIRSTY AND FINANCE EXPERT JASMINE BIRTLES)
With George Osbourne tightening all our purse strings before Christmas we sent Kirsty out to re-start the trend of the high street haggle trying to knock a few quid of a turkey as well as other items on the Christmas shopping list!

EXPERT: MARTIN LEWIS
Lots of money saving advice leading up to Christmas from money saving expert, Martin Lewis. Do you have any tips of how to scrimp and save? Send them in.

• AVOID THE JANUARY DEBT TRAP
• INVENTIVE GIFT GIVING
• TRAVEL PLANNING
• SMALL SACRIFICES

MOST INSPIRATIONAL BOOK: Dissolution by C.J. Sansom

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  • Laertes13

    over 2 years ago

    Laertes13

    I was disturbed by Gabby's comments in relation to Disability and becoming a wheelchair user!! The idea that becoming a wheelchair user and disabled is devastating is a severe over simplification! Devastating is the Ethnic Cleansing in Darfur, or the concentration and death camps during WWII, "The Final Solution" was devastating! Becoming a wheelchair user is a life changing situation but devastating will cause severe discomfort for disabled people everywhere! Equally, to suggest that it is extremely brave to recover from a disability and to be able to walk again suggests that remaining a wheelchair user or disabled is due to a lack of bravery! I am not suggesting that Gabby actually believes this but I do suggest that language in describing such issues should be carefully chosen! As a wheelchair user and being disabled I do not consider myself any braver than anybody else, nor am I devastated at my situation! I would love to be able to get up and go for a run but it is not the end of he world that I cannot. I am suggesting that care should be taken when choosing language because it can cause intense hurt if somebody mis-speaks!

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