Wednesday 16 May

Wednesday 16 May

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QUESTION OF THE DAY:
Today we want to know what is the most or least romantic thing someone has ever done for you.

PART 1: CELEB CHAT – KEVIN R McNALLY
Kevin R McNally is a renowned TV, film and theatre actor who's worked in everything from Pirates of the Carribean to Downton Abbey and Spooks. He's back on the stage in a Noel Coward classic.

PART 2: REAL STORY - MARK GRIST – ENGLISH TEACHER TURNED RAPPER
Mark Grist knows his Fiddy Cent from his Kanye, but he also knows his Chaucer from his Shakespeare. Two months ago he wowed music fans at a rap battle, beating a well-known MC. The clip has since had over two million hits on YouTube and he’s now given up teaching to pursue a career in rap.

SCHOOL FOR ENTREPRENEURS
With unemployment figures hitting an all-time high and 20 percent of last year’s graduates still jobless, some schools are taking an alternative approach to teaching in the hope that it might bridge the gap between education and the workplace. The Barnfield Studio School in Luton is one of these unique schools: as well as teaching the core subjects such as Maths and English, they also teach their students how to make money. We sent Kate Walsh to find out how this school is training up the next generation of entrepreneurs.

PART 3: CELEB CHAT - GEORGIE THOMPSON & IMOGEN LLOYD WEBBER
Sports presenter Georgie Thompson and writer Imogen Lloyd Webber have come together to pen a book for the Twitter generation. The Twitter Diaries tells the story of two women who are united by cyber space, develop a 140-character friendship and put the world to rights one tweet at a time.

PART 4 – EXPERT - SARAH SCHENKER - NUTRITIONIST

STORY 1: 'THE ULTIMATE WONDER FOOD': POTATOES HAVE MORE NUTRIENTS, VITAMINS AND MINERALS THAN TRADITIONAL 'SUPERFOODS'
The spud is actually better for the body than traditional super foods - such as bananas, broccoli, beetroot, nuts and avocado.

STORY 2: EATING YOGHURT COULD MAKE MEN MORE VIRILE
Eating probiotic yoghurt is known to calm troubled tummies - but it could also boost virility, as vanilla yoghurt gave male rodents 'swagger' and protruding testicles in a study.

STORY 3: JUST ONE IN FIVE GET ‘FIVE A DAY’: BRITONS FAIL TO SWALLOW FRUIT AND VEGETABLE ADVICE
Just 22% of us manage to eat the recommended ‘five a day’ portions of fruit and vegetables.

STORY 4: HOW WE TURN CALORIES INTO FLAB JUST THREE HOURS AFTER A BIG MEAL
It appears there may be some truth to the adage 'a moment on the lips, a lifetime on the hips'. Once eaten, fat is stored on the waistline within hours.

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