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Today on 9am - he's the face of

Australian Idol and lists his greatest achievement of making it

through the '9s alive. Andrew

Ginsberg somehow manages to fit

everything in. Andrew joins us this

morning, as well as Ricki-Lee

Coulter. Musician and film-maker

Justin Dillon was touring in Russia

when he realised his female

interpreter was being preyed upon

by human traffickers. He dug deeper.

Nutritionist Lola Berry will be

along with great ideas to combat

the stress and affects of the

upcoming party season. It's

International Woodley Day and we're

joined this morning by professional

show-off and down right funny man,

Frank Woodley. Good morning. You Frank Woodley. Good morning. You

see, we've brought in an audience

just to make you feel comfortable,

because you're a live stand-up God?

I've done a lot of that. It's I've done a lot of that. It's nice

to have an audience here. They're

small but perfectly formed. We're

in to quality, not quantity.

They're concentrated joy over there.

And they've got signs saying,

"Clap." Nch that helps too. It's a

pleasure to have you here S. This

something new for you? I've

certainly never hosted a thing like

this. What do you call them, TV

show? Very new and exciting. Thank

you for having me. It was you for having me. It was

mysterious Big Dave suddenly fell

ill. What did you do to him? I sent

around the boys. One day you're

working with an extremely

charismatic, brooding, handsome

type and the next day you're back

Quarters yesterday,ork with with David. I did work with

Quarters yesterday, so I understood

you, yeah. But it's great to be

here. Thanks for having me. We're

going to start this entertainment-

packed show with some rather sad

news. Don Lane passed away

yesterday. Angela Bishop joins us

now to remember the genius. Good

morning, Bish. Good morning, Kim

and Frank. Good morning, Angela.

It's a bit of a shock this morning.

We all knew Don Lane was ill but We all knew Don Lane was ill but to

finally hear we've lost a legend finally hear we've lost a legend of

the industry is incredibly sad? the industry is incredibly sad? As

you say, we did know that he wasn't you say, we did know that he

well. He had been in care since

last year for Alzheimer's disease. last year for Alzheimer's

But, as you say, it's still an

enormous shock. He's kind of one of

the big three of Australian

television, if I can say it. television, if I can say it. Graham

Kennedy, Don Lane and Bert Newton.

Seeing Bert react yesterday, you

could see in his eyes he had lost

something special to him, both

professionally and in a personal

sense. From 1975 to 1983, we

welcomed this American performer welcomed this American performer -

he was born in the Bronx in 1933,

in - in to our living rooms. I in - in to our living rooms. I used

to beg to be allowed to stay up to

watch the end of the Don Lane show watch the end of the Don Lane

which was sometimes really late at

night because he didn't necessarily

always finish on time. Often a bit

naughty. Often quite naughty. You

never knew what to expect. And the

wheel at the end, which was with

Bert, where anything could happen

and could go on for ages and and could go on for ages and ages.

So many people have spoken of Don's

generosity as a host. If you were

the guest or alongside him, it was

all about making you feel

comfortable. Leting you show off

your best. He was a very generous

person, sharing the television

space. I think there's something

about people who have that position

in our culture, where they're on

the television so often, they come

in to your home, even though you

don't know them personally, you

real a do feel like they're part of

your family. You feel a sort of

affection for them that is really

quite unique and very special, I

think. I think you've summed it up

beautifully, Frank. That's

absolutely right. As I said, this

guy was American. Can you imagine

us now embracing an American

performer hosting a tonight show performer hosting a tonight show

every week for eights years. I

don't know if we would. We gave him

an Aussie nickname, we called him

the Lanky Yank. He was 193 centimetres tall. It was

appropriate. And we loved him. And

the fact he was such an all-round

performer, he could sing, he performer, he could sing, he could

dance, he could hoof it up. He sang

with some of the performers that

came on. And he performed with

these people. Not just sit and

interview with them. He could be

very funny too. I heard about a

line of his where Ber, it was going

on and on and he was getting the

wind up and he said, "Why are you

giving me the wind-up, I'm

listening as fast as I can." he's

multi-talented. You mentioned Bert

before. We have a grab of Bert. He before. We have a grab of Bert.

did have something to say did have something to say yesterday.

Do we have a grab? Sorry, it's gone

in to the system. We had to make

room for the audience. (LAUGHTER)

Say something personally about -

hey. Starting with the fronts row.

Bert did have quite a lot to say

yesterday. He explained that the

nickname Moon Face, Don was nickname Moon Face, Don was looking

desperately to find out what Bert's

childhood nickname was and Bert and

his wrietder made up the Moon his wrietder made up the Moon Face

name which was stuck all along. It

was made up just for the show.

was made up just for the show. And

Bert said he had spoken to Don on

the phone for the last time. And

revealed it was quite a touching

phone call. I think they had both

known that was the last time they'd

be speaking. Thank you so much,

Angela. We'll have a special

tribute on Don Lane in the Morning

News at 11 o'clock. If you've got

something to tell us this something to tell us this morning,

or you have any questions about

items on today's show, why not

email us?

Well, apparently, copping a pash

from Liza Minnelli, that's all in a

day's work for our next guest. The day's work for our next guest.

art rs formerly known as Andrew art rs formerly known as Andrew G,

Andrew Ginsberg joins us now. Andrew Ginsberg joins us now. Good

morning. Hello, gorgeous. Frank?

Hello. You're lanky. I am. Maybe

I'm stepping in to those lanky

shoes. Somebody said they described,

I heard someone saying yesterday

that they thought that Don Lane

fitted in to the Australian culture

a lot because he looked quite like

an emu. Yeah. It's funny, isn't an emu. Yeah. It's funny, isn't it?

I've heard that too. It was full-on

to hear the news yesterday. I

wonder what obviously, this is

Bert's old studio. If these walls

could talk? The things Bert would

say in the commercial break. It's

incredibly sad. And I think

essentially for performers like you

guys, who are up there doing that

entertaining people, and there's

such a respect, isn't there, for

the work that he did when you're

actually in the role yourselves?

Very much so. And you're Very much so. And you're absolutely

right about being part of the big

three. Being part of that kind of

early days of Australian television,

which unfortunately has gone now

with so much digital and cable -

which is great because of the

choice - but it fragments what

people watch. But that's OK. I

don't know if this is right, but

apparently he had the highest

rating Australian variety show rating Australian variety show ever.

And 15 Logies. The morning is young,

Frank. You might be off to a

cracking start yet. Yeah, you know,

an amazing history. Absolutely.

Let's get on to 'Idol'. You've had

your fabulous brushoffs fame along

the way. I'd like to hear about the

pash? Liza Minnelli is without

doubt the most professional doubt the most professional amazing

person I've ever, ever seen in

action or worked with. It was an

honour just to watch her honour just to watch her rehearse.

As you know, when you see someone

on television, they have to do a

few camera rehearsals beforehand to

make sure the cameras are in the

rights spot and the right place.

She had never worked on that stage

before. She walked out, took one

look at it. She did two rehearsals

- there you go. Hey! What you saw

on stage, she did exactly the same

in both rehearsals, to the point

where she would even change the

microphone hand. She did it step by

step both times and even the step both times and even the kiss.

In the rehearsal. She was like,

"Kiss me." I'm like, "OK." You

pashed her three times? Twice.

Twice. An incredible set of tonsils

and you know it intimately. I've

seen 'Cabaret' the film and seen 'Cabaret' the film and that's

all I could think. She looks like

she's lived the life she lived. I

spent a fair bit of time in loss

afrpgilous and there are many --

Los Angeles and there are many

ladies there who don't look like

that anymore. Isn't it amazing to

think of the incredible mentors

you've had this year? Very much you've had this year? Very much so.

Liza brought so much to the kids in

the fact she was really teaching

them. She had never missed a chance

to make a moment out of to make a moment out of absolutely

everything. Like, for example, the

kiss at the end - "You're going to

say goodbye, you can't just say

goodbye to me. Let's put zing on

the end." Everything she did had

that. The flairs, everything. The

young talent are seeing the fact

she is preparing as well. She makes

it look spontaneous but they're

seeing she's doing the work behind the scenes so she Hasina the scenes so she Hasina something there. That's a great lesson there. That's a great lesson seeing

her leading by example, rather than

sitting there, "Sit at my feet and

I'll teach you." Just by them

seeing how she operates, that's the

main lesson? Absolutely. Imagine main lesson? Absolutely. Imagine if

you're in the audience and in the

theatre seat, what would you like

to see and give them that? It

brings a lot to our kids. And you

hope that the kids don't have hope that the kids don't have some

perverse desire to see something

horrific. Wouldn't it make great

television! Speaking of perverse -

you know I like a bit of that - I

know where you're going. Have you

heard about this little sort of

dress-up episode of young Andrew?

He and a couple of radio mates He and a couple of radio mates got

together and thought they might together and thought they might do

their own Beyonce? I was doing

breakfast radio in Sydney and

foolishly, one Friday night, we

were siting around and waiting to

interview Robbie Williams - I interview Robbie Williams - I just

dropped a name - and I thought, dropped a name - and I thought, "I

could do the singles ladies dance

better than you two." Thank you.

(CHEERING AND APPLAUSE)

That is amazing. You're very kind

but I will tell you right now,

Frank, one thing I learnt from that

episode is don't someone from episode is don't someone from that

to a challenge. Dannii Minogue is

so good. And she's hot. So hot! We

should introduce Ricki-Lee Coulter.

Your effort there was a little Your effort there was a little less

than sexy. Ricki-Lee, you're on than sexy. Ricki-Lee, you're on the

phone. Your effort in 'Ralph'

magazine is quite sexy? Yeah, I'm

very proud of it. I'm definitely

not minute. I'm really proud of not minute. I'm really proud of it.

The first size 14 woman to ever

grace the cover of a men's magazine

and I'm really honoured to do that.

I think it's pretty obvious, isn't

it, that fellas, I mean - you know,

we like the curvy - Calm down. I

don't want to sound rude, but we

like the shapes. I don't see what

the big deal is. We love all the -

got on a bit of a roll there and

did an extra thing. Voluptuous did an extra thing. Voluptuous feet

maybe. Not sure. The domineering

thing, how does that work for thing, how does that work for you?

Are you finally bringing this out

in the open, Ricky-Lee? Andrew gave

me tips at the end of last year how

to spice things up and I've

listened to him. It was all his

idea. What did you say to her?

Nothing. We were on a plane, late

at night. It was OK. The video

looks great. What are you thinking

about this weekend when the kids

choose their own songs? How do choose their own songs? How do you

think we'll go? I think they'll think we'll go? I think they'll go

well. They've been choosing songs

really well. I think a couple of

them stumbled last week. They get

to choose whatever song it is they

want, that represents them as a

person, as an artist. I think it's

coming down to the top five and coming down to the top five and we

want to see them step up and what

kind of performances they're kind of performances they're going

to start delivering. Look forward

to it. Can't wait. Well done.

Lovely to talk to you and

congratulations on your shoot. congratulations on your shoot. You

really do look beautiful. And,

Andrew, thank you. Thank you, Frank

and Kim. Good to see you again,

sweetheart. I know my boss is

watching. There's lots more to come this morning.

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Arianne is once again here with a

knockout dish to celebrate. Hello.

Hello. How are you? We have to do

this every day with the live

audience. I've never done it before.

It's amazing. Don't mess it up.

I'll try not to. Hello. Nice to

meet you. Little hand hug to get up

and running. A cold hand. Are you

nervous? I've been dead for a week.

It's a bit weird. I'm excited. Me

too. This is the most spectacular

dish. I'm doing flathead and dish. I'm doing flathead and pasta.

Sounds dodgy. I saw this and

thought it's a bit weird. I took thought it's a bit weird. I took it

and made it my own. It works so

well. We're using beautiful fresh

flathead. Use the best local fish

you can find. It's sustainable, all

that jazz. Go there. What we're

going to do, I wants to show you a

couple of things I've done. Will

Fran get dirty? You could zest Fran get dirty? You could zest your

fingers. Was there a zesting

incident? There have been many. I I

get you started. I don't need to

put my gardening gloves on?

Culinary condoms. We could. I have

to find them. I have got a garlic

clove that I have just been

browning in the oil. If you don't

like overpowering garlic, this is a

really good way to do it. Get your

clove beautifully golden and take

it out. If you really don't like it out. If you really don't like it

- Don't use it. A bit of a and - Don't use it. A bit of a and then

you move on. That's right. Oh,

you're funny. Can you drop that

back in for me? OK. That's back in for me? OK. That's alright,

everybody. It's quite hot. That's

alright. I'll put fried bread

crumbs through it and if you've

never tried this in pasta, try never tried this in pasta, try it.

It's great. You have crunchy It's great. You have crunchy bread

crumbs in silky pasta. You crumbs in silky pasta. You sprinal

them in, you don't put -- them in, you don't put -- sprinkle

them in, you don't put the fish them in, you don't put the fish on?

I'm going to get it warmed in the

ufrben with the chilli and garlic

in the oven. How much chilli there?

Just one. I used to work in an

Indian take away when I was younger.

This is true. People would ask have

you gut a hot vindaloo? One person

would go, their head would would go, their head would explode

basically. They'd go red and the

next person would go, "Have you got

a hot vindaloo." Don't know how it

works. If you're a smoker, does works. If you're a smoker, does it

dull your taste buds? I'd imagine

it has to. Maybe your heat senses

but your taste buds, I think. but your taste buds, I think. I've

got this oil quite hot and I've

seasoned my flathead fillts and I'm

just using tails, because they've

got no -- fillets and I'm just

using tails, because they've got no

bones. It's really just the enof

the flathead, it's not the fins or

anything? The bit after the anything? The bit after the gills.

I thought flathead tails, a bit

crunchy. Although, you can floss

while you're eating. And fan

yourself with the tail. It's just

sort of flathead ends or flathead

bums. OK. Flathead mid calf bums. OK. Flathead mid calf region.

That's it. Then season the other

side as well. You want to side as well. You want to seizeten

quite well because pasta is quite

bland without lots of seasoning.

I'm not surprised there's been a

zesting incident because you get so

engrossed over here. For a second engrossed over here. For a second I

thought I'd look back and my hand

would be gone. Didn't I nearly cut

your finger off one time? Sorry. A

bit of nonsense there. Is that

enough of that? We need more. You

should get in to the domination --

dominatrix outfit. That probably

wouldn't be in a children's book.

Thank goodness there was a corset

because it all pushed up and out

where it should be. This is a

family show. All the kids are at

school, I hope. I've got mine on school, I hope. I've got mine on at

the moment. Jabber the Hut would be

here if I didn't wear mine.

Identical be in trouble again

because I've got no back in this

chair.? You've gotten a bit chair.? You've gotten a bit saucy?

I have. Be careful how you're

sitting, it's quite short, we don't

want a Britney Spears incident?

There's no chance of that. I love

this. It's thick and it's silky. Is

that a common pasta? Yes. Do you

know how many pastas there are?

Eight? Over 600. OK. About 160 that

are named. I was going to say -

there's over 600 pastas and we're

going to have a short song where

she sings every one of them.

Fettucine, spaghetti and papadelli.

This is interesting, the designer

designed a pasta for some chef. To

get maximum sort of grab. So the

appearance, the look of it was the

main thing. Don'ts laugh, that's

what he did. Maybe someone else

designed one which had maximum grip.

What's the pasta, the one with What's the pasta, the one with the

little ears? It means ears. And it

scoops up the sauce? It does. I'm

not sure I want to eat little ears.

You want to eat big ears? There's

no rules with pasta. As a general

guide, if it's a chunky sauce, use

a chunky pasta. If it's delicate,

use delicate pasta. If you're me,

do whatever you like. This fish is

just about cooked. Looking

delicious. We want to throw the

pasta in. I have organo there.

Parsley. Wow. I love that. Lemon

juice and throw your zest in there.

With a bit of a - Managed a

flourish. I'm no Matt Preston. flourish. I'm no Matt Preston. For

a while, the cravat, c wore one for

a while. It was more eccentric

because that's all I wore. I'd like

to see that! What you do - Nice

bowl, too. It's lovely. Nearly

moved it right at the poin. Can you

put that down? I'm sorry you can't

see that, everybody. Oh. It's hot!

Did that go in there? No. Your

beautiful crunchy bread crumbs over

the top. I did wash my hands very

carefully. About six months ago carefully. About six months ago but

I did wash them. There you go. That

looks great. It's beautiful. Do you

want to have a go? There's one here.

I'm going to go with the lobster

look. Go on. Give it a go. Just a look. Go on. Give it a go. Just a

bit of everything. You can maybe

push on with the next bit. Thank

you. I'll do that. If you want to

have a go at this, it will be on

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No, there is. After the break,

we'll be talking about the battle

to end slavery.

You respond to an ad that promise

as new life in the West, with some

modelling on the side, unaware

you're about to become a sex slave.

There are more slaves in our There are more slaves in our world

today that were extracted from

Africa during 400 years of the

slave trade. You could buy a young slave trade. You could buy a

male agricultural worker on US soil

for the eqifrblant of today's

$40,000 -- quivalent of today's

$40,000. It is poised to become the

single most lucrative enterprise in

the world. There is slavery the world. There is slavery within the cotton industry. The chocolate

industry. Within so many different industry. Within so many

industries. Girls about team bark

on a journey like that have been

investigated. And Mr Dillon was

horrified by it all. And he's come horrified by it all. And he's

to tell us a bit about what he's

learnt. What's your story in terms

of how you felt so passionate about

this issue? I first read about it

in a newspaper. The idea you in a newspaper. The idea you could

trick someone out of their home and

start to use them as forced start to use them as forced labour,

whether it's in the sex industry or

any other kind of industry. That

seems like a crime that's out in

the open. It seems so monstrous. I

realised that the US has quite a

history for a slave. We tend to

keep it in the history books. The

reality is it's worse today than it

was before is mind blowing. The

fact most people don't know about

it is propostrous. Tell us about

the Russian incident? I understand

you were there and saw your

interpreter being harassed? I met

her and uncovered the fact she was

being given offers that sounded

much like this newspaper that I was

reading. If I hadn't read that

newspaper, I think that's the thing

that got me f I didn't know what it

was, I don't think I would have

been able to spot it. In what sort

of industries is it happening? of industries is it happening? You

mention the sex slave. It's

happening in the sex industry.

Probably more so tapping forced

labour in about every sector. The

coffee we drink, the cell phones we

talk on. Down to sourced talk on. Down to sourced materials

like the raw materials, rubber and

cotton. There's two aspects, the

slaves who are working within

Australia or America who have

Australia or America who have been

brought in illegally and are being

kept against their will, in some

sort of situation, but then there's

slaves in other countries where

we've got some sort of economic

relationship with. Is slavery

illegal in those countries as well

or is it - That's what's

propostrous. Slavery sill legal

everywhere in the world now. We're everywhere in the world now.

living in a time where it's worse

than ever before and the value for

human life is even less. The

problem we're trying to overcome

with the film is it's not people in

chains. There's all types of

oppression. There's emotional,

spiritual, economic. I was going to

ask you, why don't these people run

away? It makes sense if they're away? It makes sense if they're in such a diabolical situation, such a diabolical situation, they'd

want to run for their lives. If

you're in a situation where you

don't know anyone or the language,

you don't have any type of papers

that you've been brought in to

another country, it does keep you

in the place, not to mention

there's physical and emotional

abuse as well. There's one person

who talks about being raped by a

police officer. I guess that police officer. I guess that would

sort of destroy your faith in any

law enforcement agency helping you?

Yeah. That makes it difficult to

get help. Fortunately, there's

great groups out there that are

working with law enforcement and

governments to be able to start governments to be able to start to

train and retool these tools to get

people out. Yeah. The doco is

called 'Call & Response', why?

'Call & Response' is an old musical

term from the slave fields of

America. I wanted to try and figure

out what my connection was to out what my connection was to this

issue, like anyone. Realising that

verse and chorus that we use and

participate in every day or we

consume every day, we're

descendants of call and response.

It became blues and jazz and hip

hop. You're a musician, so you're

trying to bring your expertise or

what you have to offer to somehow

changing this issue and getting rid

of shraifbgry? Yeah, I think of shraifbgry? Yeah, I think that's

what's -- slavery? Yeah, I think

that's what's beautiful about that's what's beautiful about this.

I'm just doing what I know how to

do. Whether it's news, comedy,

whether it's being a soccer mum

back home, there's ways that

everyone can get involved in the

issue. How in the world do you

manage to track down musicians? manage to track down musicians? It

is very heavily mixed with music

through the doco. How in the world

do you get these people to be

involved? Do you get on the phone

and call someone famous? I'm very

persistent. I didn't have any power

behind me. I worked very hard to

get in front of these people,

including celebrities and

politicians in the film. Once you

pren the issue in front of them,

it's undeniable. That's why we're

here as well, trying to stir up

politicians here and celebrities

here. And everyone here to get

involved. It doesn't take that much.

It just requires focus and

attention. I watched your

documentary last night. I wept on a

number of occasions because it's

just so completely heartbreaking.

The brutality is bewildering. So, I

think if people can watch this

documentary, like the musicians who

got involved, exact Lee like you

say, as soon as you see some say, as soon as you see some stuff

that takes it away from being an

academic issue in to a personal

connection, that outrage is just,

you want to do something? And we

can. You know, both US and

Australia are, we're very blessed

countries and we have so much.

Everyone wants to come here, right?

We have that kind of leverage we

can use to help change the world.

It doesn't take that much. How It doesn't take that much. How can

people support you? Well, go see

the film. It's a great film. It's

not a bummer documentary. It leaves

you with a place of getting

involved. That's the whole point of

the film. You can go to the website

callandresponse.com.au. I wanted

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Strauchanie's alter ego, Peter

Helliar. Good, good, good. Not what

I want to be. Put my luck to the

test. And I'll miss the success.

The festive season's just around

the corner and it's coming real

quick, there will be a fair bit for quick, there will be a fair bit

a lot of people, at least a couple

of vinos and maybe a late night

party some time in the next few

month. It's quite possible, isn't

it? It is possible. Our

nutritionist - it sounds great

saying our nutritionist. Lola Berry

has come up with some tricks.

Applause for Lola. We like tricks. Applause for Lola. We like

Are you going to help us prepare

for it? We have to look after the

liver. A few extra beverages. liver. A few extra beverages. What

I want you to do is look after the

liver. Now, lemons are like the key

players when it comes to looking

after the liver. It gets the liver

to toxify. As far as I know, to toxify. As far as I know, taking

the vinos, that can sort of

the vinos, that can sort of promote

some bile secretion. It's true. Do

you know what alcohol does, it

causes acidity in the body. We causes acidity in the body. We want

to keep our bodies alkaline. I'd

love it if you guys could do a love it if you guys could do a shot

here. Up for the challenge? A good

shot. Go for it. I've never -

Feeling sick straight away. Yuck.

This is the quickest way. You're

going to do it, of course? Yes. I

done think I can have all of it.

This is going to burn, guys. We've

got to cheers. Cheers. OK. 1, 2, 3.

As far as I - yeah. That's good.

God, that's awful. It has a sequel,

hasn't it? I foun that really hard.

It's like 'Rocky', there's not just

a sequel, they keep coming. Have

some chocolate. My eyes are

watering. You can have this as well

St Mary's Thistle. You can also get

a lemon and rub it tine your

eyeball. Dead serious, cut a lemon

in half. It's repeating. Under your

arm pits. To cure yourself of a

hangover. It's really bad. I'm

serious. I don't care about that. I

want this taste to go away. Your

skin does absorb. That's where skin does absorb. That's where the

sweat glands are. The next sweat glands are. The next morning,

you're feeling worse for wear, the you're feeling worse for wear,

lemon under the armpit. That's the

second weirdest thing I've ever

heard. Give it a crack. Do it now.

I'll do it. You kind of do these

ones. Do you want to do it? I'll

ones. Do you want to do it? I'll do

it. Easy. Easy. Get on board. Hang

on. Everyone has to do it. That's

commitment. In the festive season.

Not only does it help with you a

hangover, it makes you look ever so

slightly masculine, which is good

as well. And we need more energy,

we need to go with B vitamins

because they help convert

carbohydrates. Thank goodness you

know what you're doing. It's crazy,

hey. We want nuts and seeds. I love

my nuts. Thee aren't cracked. I

always love my nuts. You love your

nuts. Would you like to get a

close-up of my nuts? I have a

handful here. Do you know what else

is important, we all wants to look

good because we have all these

parties to go to, right? My eyes

are still watering. I'm trying to

acts normal and I have lemons in my

armpits. You're doing very well. We

do the cucumber over the eye.

Cucumber over the eyes? Or raw

spuds. I'm serious. They spuds. I'm serious. They rehydrate

the eye, and they have an

antiinflammatory effect. Hogan!

Hogan! They do work. It's sort of

hurting my breasts. OK. Now, also,

everyone gets stressed around

Christmas time, right? We do?

Physical stress. On the go, Physical stress. On the go, cutting

up spedz, you came it. What we --

spuds, you name it. We'll eat the

garlic then. I can't hold them in.

That's unfortunate. It looks That's unfortunate. It looks good.

That would have been mildly

entertain figure I could have held

them in. What are the antioxidants?

They prevent free radical damage in

the body. Don't you reckon, because

apparently the antioxidants are the

good ones. If you had a choice to

hang out with the antioxidants or

the free radicals, they do sound

much cooler. They are. Garlic is much cooler. They are. Garlic is a

potent source. If you're up for

doing raw garlic, it can burn a

little. OK. That didn't work the

first time. Raw garlic. Eat that.

There you go. Kim likes it. But

there's that stress, that mental

stress where everyone is freaking

out. I'm having quite a bit of out. I'm having quite a bit of that

right at the moment. So what you

need is things high in mag meezium.

That relaxes the -- magnesium. That

relaxes your brain. It's so relaxes your brain. It's so tense.

You want nuts and seeds. They're a

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you'll wee a lot. Get it in to your

diet any way you can. Marvellous.

We're out of time. Thanks, guys.

Thank you, Lola. Thank you. We'll

be back with more chaos after this.

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Sorry about that. No. It's sort of

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and lem -- cider, vinegar and lemon.

We'll carry on every half an hour

and think, "That was wrong. We have

to be nicer next time. Still to come:

for We'll cross to the Ten News Room

We're having great fun today with

our staudio audience. We're joined

-- studio audience. We're joined by

Ron Wilson. Good morning to you.

What a sad day for Australian

television and our entertainment

industry. It's hard to believe Don

Lane is really gone. He had been

search an entrenched part of our

business for so long. In accordance business for so long. In

with his faith, his funeral service with his faith, his funeral

and burial are taking place this

morning. Although a public memorial

is in the planning stages. There's

a growing issue with small children

falling through fly screen windows

and last weekend a 3-year-old boy

died in Sydney where he fell three

storeys and days later we have a similar incident. A six-year-old

was airlifted to hospital. It's one

of those things where parents are

going to have to step up and take

some precautions. A medical

breakthrough that looks certain breakthrough that looks certain to

bring hope to childless couples. A

doctor in London has found a method

for transplanting wombs. A

surprising number of women are surprising number of women are born

without wombs. This is without wombs. This is significant.

We'll have a look at this procedure

in the Morning News. How do you

make a polar bear really happy?

Well, this was the problem facing

zoo keepers in Scotland when

Mercedes went in to a bout of

severe depression. As you can see

from these pictures, they seem to

have found the answer. I'm

wondering with your studio audience,

can we do a poll? My news producers

think that polar bears aren't for

the news. Who likes polar bears the news. Who likes polar bears in

the news? Thrfrplts was one

dissenter at the front. -- There

was one dissenter at the front. I

like it. Have you heard about how

polar bears hunt? They're in the

snow - I'm not making this up - and

because they've got a black nose

and their prey with see them coming.

They actually hunt like this.

That's true! Come on. Polar bears

on the news, they've got to be

worth it. Is that true? It's true.

I'd almost believe you. You've got

the, "I'm telling the truth look."

You know what I think would have

been good, while Ron was reading

the news, if the footage behind him

was of a huge polar bear, like that

seagull coming in. Yeah, yeah, seagull coming in. Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Not even just on the screen, an

actual polar bear, mauling you as

we go in to the break. Probably not.

That was very funny, wasn't it?

With the Melbourne news presenter

where the seagull came across

behind him. What's going to happen

now? Spiders or something for us?

That was in Melbourne. So the

people who were watching that

weren't in Melbourne are thinking,

"Frank is a lunatic." No, it went

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Thank you. So, after the break,

we've got a comic who's going to be

displaying his whole new look. He

has gone (Speaks French) Gone

French. A bit of the apple cider

vinegar going on there. A recognise

him as a terrific performer but

also someone who was certainly the

most generous performer that I've

ever worked with. Generous in the sense

laughs were coming from. He's one

of Australia's nicest, funniest and busiest comedians, juggling writing,

feature films, live stand-up gigs

and more. He's been in the same and more. He's been in the same job

for 10 years, which isn't bad if

he's working with his mates on

'Rove'. Sit down, please. Please.

Sit down, guys. Sit down. You've

got a sitting ovation. It's

wonderful. I'm loving your work,

Frank. Isn't Frank Woodley great? I

got worried when you said I was

coming up after the break. And the

shot you went to was Bert Newton

talking about Don. I gut a bit of a

shock and thought I might need shock and thought I might need more

make-up. Bert is Moon Face. You're

the waxing Moon Face A. Bit of the waxing Moon Face A. Bit of the

moon about you. More hair. Only moon about you. More hair. Only for

now. Listen, what's with this, you

know, bearded episode? Well, I grew

a beard for a movie. And I did grow,

I had it for a while and kept it on.

There it is. I liked it. I had

people say nice things. 98% of

people said nice things. I hated it.

I look like Phillip Seymour Hoffman

more. I'm really glad when he won

the Oscar because for that people

would come up to see and say you

look like the fat guy off 'Boogie

Nights'. I had a photo shoot on

Wednesday for a comedy festival Wednesday for a comedy festival and

I thought I'd give it a trim. I had

the clipper on and trimming it. I

thought I'd take the trimmer off

and make it nice and clean and I

thought, "There's a bit tough -

I'll clean it up and went, "Hang on

a second. The whole beard is a second. The whole beard is coming

off now." Dehad to come off. I like

it either way. You've gone for more

rugged look. Yeah. Your wife could

end up with the kind of pash rash

that could put her in emergency.

Three or four times now it's

happened. She likes me having a

beard because she feels like she's

having an affair. I sincerely grew

this beard for a movie and it's

interesting because there was no

reason for me to grow a beer, but,

for me, that's acting, you know. for me, that's acting, you know. --

beard, but, for me, that's acting,

you know? You can say, "I've grown

it for a movie." Tell us about

it for a movie." Tell us about it?

It's a movie that I wrote. And it's

called 'I Love You Too'. We don't

do too many of those in Australia.

So you did the sequel first? That's

- that's great. How did you cast

it? Well, there's a casting couch.

And Megan Gale got the role. We

went through a long process. A

wonderful cast. Megan Gale and an

American actor who people might

know. Doofrpblgts you pa