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(generated from captions) I usually go for some cold tablets. Added to catch this one? I was sharing my toothbrush with my baby. It is not, it is silly and I am usually quite particular about my toothbrush - nobody touches my toothbrush. The

toothbrushes but inevitably toothbrush. The girls share

whenever you do that you get a throat infection or Ascot. So if I start snivelling next week. I have been licking your toothbrush. How's that for a thought? He will turret and now, you watch. has an election looming. New South Wales Premier Morris Iemma of running a sick economy He's been accused

wounded by scandal. and of having a ministry to bring it on He has urged Sheik al-Hilali and if all that isn't enough into climate change yesterday's CSIRO report dire predictions for Sydney's future. contains only the most Who'd be a politician? involved in running New South Wales, And despite the ridiculous hours with his wife - the Premier has a deal to his four kids If he can't be a hands-on dad it's the job that goes. We'll speak to Premier Iemma family/work balance about the precarious

ahead of the March 24 election. and what's he's confronting simply a high heel and bikini parade, Are beauty pageants beneath the hairdo and the sash? or is there more going on about faith, fashion and fast cars This morning we'll be speaking Sabrina Houssami. with Miss World Australia to the jolly fat man. Also, putting paid retains his sense of humour A lighter Mikey Robbins after losing more than 50kg. has to be a deeply concerned man. And David Kirkpatrick

yet nobody's got any water. He designs gardens for a living he's in to beseech us Before he goes broke to combat the big dry. to adopt his quirky methods with something for everyone There's plenty on so stick around. This program is captioned live.

For I look for dabbing a chat with Mikey Robbins - very funny guy it. 60 kilos is an awful lot of weight - literally 1st May.

spilling the beans it is quite - literally 1st May. Without

interesting way that he lost that spilling the beans it is quite an

weight. When you think, someone with his profile would probably be a really, really good target for any one of those weight-loss companies. He went for something completely different. I don't know if he did, I don't know if he was approached and knock them back. I have a vague recollection that he did do something with one of We will have to ask him. This day did do something with one of them.

in history. There is something here today. In 1858 the Englishman William Deane, it says here, made the first hot air balloon ascent in Australia. You might ask what is so fascinated about that? It says he made the ascent. It would

wouldn't be a decent. It doesn't made the ascent. It would make

say anything about the descent, is he still up there? Here's one - 1946, a gentleman by then he still up there? Here's another

came off - a Norwegian socialist is elected United Nations Secretary General. It seems to be you can only get the job

secretary-general if you haven't only get the job as United Nations

Name like that - unpronounceable. We had Dr Boutros bloop Boutros- Ghali followed by Dr Kofi Amman. For the life of May there is a one - a new United Nations For the life of May there is a new

Secretary General. Can you pronounce the name? Is pronounce the name? Is the Secretary General. Can you all pronounce the name? Is the Chinese

all Korean. Can someone tell what his name is? He is bang you and they say he is very good. You have got to have a funny name, don't you? David rank just wouldn't work somehow. It would be a good job - no it wouldn't. I wonder where that Amanda bans don't would work. She is in for a job, isn't she? United Nations Secretary General. She would be

wouldn't she? That is what we like General. She would be subtle,

her. In 1981 Australian cricket captain causes Fuhrer when orders his bollocks to Basle under arm. It was disgraceful. It was a disgraceful moment in sport. I remember the New Zealand cricketer throwing his bat in the air discuss. It was not in the spirit throwing his bat in the air in

of the gang, was it?

of the gang, was it? Perhaps you are considering joining the Country Women's Association? Are those relatives about the visit? We will have the perfect concoction that for all of the above requirements this morning - chilly jam. While think of the perfect toast to this morning - chilly jam. While I

complement that, what is on the front page this morning? Where you put chilly jam? front page this morning? Where do

has won her rape lawsuit A Victorian woman Clark. against Aboriginal leader Geoff is likely to appeal the decision The former ATSIC chairman and the $20,000 damages payout. Clearly shaken by the jury's verdict lashed out at the media, the disgraced Aboriginal leader

of a great injustice. claiming he's the victim of this country, I think. It's the lowest point in the history No-one's safe. was overjoyed as she left court. A tearful Carol Stingel I've got my power back, I have power - and I've got my life back. I've got my self back the 54-year-old Indigenous leader She accused in country Victoria 36 years ago. of leading two pack rapes against her Throughout the trial the accusations, Geoff Clark vehemently denied at the time of the attacks. arguing he was living in Melbourne $20,000 compensation Ms Stingel has been awarded for her post-traumatic stress. not to award punitive damages, The jury decided to punish the Aboriginal leader. which would have been designed The verdict is the culmination against the former ATSIC chairman. of a string of rape allegations

through criminal courts None proceeded due to lack of evidence. The Federal Government has called for of David Hicks's mental state. an independent assessment The request was made to US authorities last night released a letter after the Australian terror suspect saying he was not well. from his Guantanamo Bay cell, significantly deteriorated. His condition has

chained to the floor - Again, seeing him despairing of his situation. the hollow eyes and clearly The Government concedes may not agree to the request. US authorities for five years, Hicks, who's been in detention is expected to be charged this week. There are reports he may not get a sentence reduction for the time he's already served. UK police say they've foiled an alleged terrorist plot to kidnap and execute a British soldier. Counter-terror units swooped on addresses across England's second city of Birmingham, arresting nine men.

notorious British rock star Pete Doherty An Australian backpacker has allegedly filmed notorious British rock star Pete Doherty shooting up drugs in a hotel room. The Sydney traveller also claims to have captured a confession about his relationship with model Kate Moss. Allegedly filmed in a $20-a-night Thai hostel, the 27-year-old rock star injects drugs. A young Sydney backpacker captured the drug abuse after inviting the Babyshambles frontman back to her room,

where he shot up three times. The Australian has sold the images and story to a British newspaper, claiming Doherty also said he wouldn't marry girlfriend Kate Moss if she was the last woman on Earth, because she was too paranoid. Doherty is seen here borrowing the 23-year-old traveller's mobile phone to call the supermodel. Moss rings back several times, wanting to know who he was with.

The couple's drug abuse has never kept them far from the headlines. Moss has been snapped allegedly snorting cocaine with Doherty, who has a long history of addiction. The rocker avoided a jail term in April on the proviso he would undergo drug rehabilitation, but the emergence of the video now makes a mockery of a judge's optimism just two weeks ago that the musician would kick the habit. Kellie Morgan, Ten News. What a classy guy, and a cake seemed so nice - she's not any more? I worry about her child. She has given birth, has she? She is not pregnant they him, is she? Not that I know of. Is it the bad boy image that is so appealing because, call me crazy but, he doesn't seem all that appealing to me. What do you think? Do you think he's a good sort or not? He doesn't do it for me. His band may be big in Europe or the UK but I have never heard of them. Do they have a record? Have you ever heard any of their music? Know. Me neither. I think we need to get hold of a CD and then we can relieve. Tickell is in tomorrow - he might know. Good idea. The Prime Minister has written to State premiers demanding they support his plan to take over the ailing Murray-Darling river system, but one has criticised the move, saying there's nothing in it for his State. This is the river that's galvanised a nation, but the Prime Minister admits his $10 billion blueprint to fix it will be left high and dry unless the States get on board. It won't work unless there's a referral of power, and I want to make that very clear, and I hope that the premiers will see the logic of what the Commonwealth has put forward.

John Howard wrote to the premiers today, asking them for control of the ailing Murray-Darling system, but the plea hasn't won over South Australian Premier Mike Rann, who says it's simply pre-election politics with nothing in the plan for his State. There's absolutely the taste of Malcolm Turnbull in all of this and so you know that whatever happens he won't be drinking treated water,

he'll be drinking and washing his hair in Perrier water. Mike Rann wants an independent body established to take control of the allocation of Murray-Darling water away from politicians. New Water Minister Malcolm Turnbull was coy on the measures the Government will take if the States don't fall into line. Let's cross that bridge when we come to it. I'm really baffled by Mike Rann's position. Brad Hodson, Ten News. And we'll have more on those stories in the morning news at 11:00 plus a full wrap in Ten's news at 5:00. Normally in politics if you wish to commission a report with potentially unnerving conclusions you find a mate, pay him a lot of money and instruct him to come up with some optimistic results. Not Morris Iemma. A CSIRO report released yesterday has dire predictions for Australia's biggest city. Temperatures are to rise by 5 degrees,

heat-related deaths are to increase eightfold, twice as many bushfires and 40% less rainfall, all to be expected by the year 2070. Big challenges for any Premier, let alone a committed, hands-on father of four in 52 days. who is off to the ballot box the Premier of NSW, Morris Iemma. Welcome to 9am,

You have got a big couple of weeks ahead of you - what are your chances in the election, do think? I am very encouraged by the chances in the election, do you

reception I get from the people as I go to the shopping travel on the trains, and they know I go to the shopping centres,

that we have made progress, we have a lot more work to do and I'm determined to get on and do it. Sorry to interrupt you. You have determined to get on and do it. Sorry to

been racked by scandal with the new ministry, haven't you? There have been individual failings. None of that has detracted from getting that has detracted from getting on with the job of improving and expanding services, because that is the real key. It is about who you can trust to expand and improve services and the government has been working to do that over the last 16 months, opening after an hour at clinics in our emergency departments for example. As the dad of four as he mentioned, I understand people want reduced waiting times. Opening trade schools are the kids that do want a good university have a career. We can also tackled the National Skills shortage. We have an opposition that want to cut 20,000 workers to provide the services families rely on. These are the keys of the election. The individual failings have been dealt with swiftly and decisively and have made it clear - the public with swiftly and decisively and I

expects better standards of behaviour. It is a big job but anyone but as the father of four very little kids how do you manage that balance? I manage it through what I call team yet much. My wife does a fantastic job and the support of my family and her family that is our team and it allows my it me to do my job as a husband and Premier and father. A an early start the today - 530. Are you early rises usually? Yes, late finishers and early risers, particularly when the twins are restless, as Joshua was this morning. What happens when you have a bad day and the kids are fractious and your wife is on the fans sang helpmate, and all of a sudden a CSIRO Row report comes out making dire predictions, what you do? It is not so much the pressure's all the work clothes - I cope with that quite well - but time is a real challenge and has been very challenging to manage. I find I'm still making the find I'm still making the time, particularly on the weekends, but importantly I do not bring the issues or the concerns of work home. It is a great joy to come home, whether the kids are in full flight all four of them, or not, it is a great joy to come home and be part of that normal family environment, just like so many families across the State. There are difficulties and challenges at particularly when all four are in and challenges at home,

flight together, but it is also a great joy. Let's talk about that CSIRO report yesterday into climate change - very pessimistic, as dimension. By 2050 all those appalling things are likely to happen. Can we afford to wait? It is not just Sydney although that report was specific to Sydney, the dilemma is across the country. Can we afford to wait for we afford to wait for national action? Shouldn't we all start doing something how? Absolutely. The point of the report is this - climate change is real and it is here and we have got to here and we have got to get cracking. We have got to get cracking as a nation, though. Short, we can all do things as individuals but this is a threat to the planet and national and international action has to be taken. We cannot allow State based approaches. Sure we have to engage the people we have to engage the people to take action - everyone can do something. Governments have got to do something and the point of the report is not politics, it is saying, we have to get cracking and come together as a nation and develop and national action plan on what is a problem for the planet and we owe it to our kids to do so. Leave the politics behind them what I am proposing is not a talk fest of politicians, bring the best minds of the country together, the scientists, researchers, University people, business - there is a business group that has already been formed the once the nation to get cracking on climate change. You have been quite an individual - I think you're the only Premier that has supported the Premier's - Prime Minister's move to nationalise, let's say, Australia's water. Isn't it easier for you to take charge begin your and stay straightaway? That is a very good example. begin your and stay straightaway? That is a very good example. The Prime Minister called for a national approach on water, one of the key issues that face the nation, national approach on water, one of the key issues that face the nation, and my position is very simple - if we can all work together to better manage our water for our farmers or the irrigators in the Murray- Darling Basin, then we should. But the proposals on the table and let's consider them but don't let issues of power, who runs it, who has the power and to controls because that is not what people has the power and to controls -

want. People want us to get together and achieve a better outcome. It is the outcome that is important, not who runs it and who has the power, whether it is Maurice Iemma or John Howard. That is my approach and I have said that is a good start but why don't we do with climate change? What you think about the comments of Mike that there is nothing in it for about the comments of Mike Rann

date? Is that narrow-minded? He has that there is nothing in it for his

put forward another proposal and have said, let's consider it. Let's put forward another proposal and I

not dismiss that one. Mike is trying to get the best as up Australia and has put a proposal on the table and it is unfortunate that it is being dismissed by Malcolm Turnbull without even considering it. Let considerate, let's go with open minds and be prepared to listen but not have prepared to listen but not have the debate with the starting point of who controls things. It ought to be about how do we get the about how do we get the best outcome for the families of the moray darling and then let the issues of power and control come later, but not be the starting point. What was your reaction to the CSI Arrow report? It scary if it all ends up happening. the CSI Arrow report? It is pretty

They are only predictions at stage but how did you react to it? They are only predictions at this

It is scary and it is a real jolt but it is a real jolt for us all to

say, let's get cracking. We cannot wait any more, there is enough scientific evidence, this is further confirmation that it is real and it is here now and cannot lose time in, for example, real and it is here now and we

adopting targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, adopting a national trading scheme, which gives industry incentives and penalties if they do not do the right thing, to invest in technology is that reduce greenhouse gases, which at the same time preserves of economy, because in saving the planet we cannot adopt measures that destroy our country and our economic future. I my right in saying that NSW already has a carbon trading scheme in place? What has been the effect of that? We do have one - we have the nation's only carbon trading scheme and the effect has been - I can give you a good example - in deep Illawarra, the a New South Wales regional centre, we have a gas fired power station that will supply electricity to 250,000 homes, reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 70%. The only reason it is taking place is because of that trading scheme and there are other projects that under way because of that trading scheme in reducing emissions or alternative sources of energy to coal-fired electricity generation. It is a very practical scheme - I'm not saying it is best skiing in the world but it is scheme - I'm not saying it is the

the best we have got and there is no reason why the Prime Minister ought to just rule it out. We have offered it to him and said he can fine-tune it but it is there and it is working. It is the only in the net only one in the nation and it is working. There is investment taking place in alternative energy generation and reducing greenhouse gas emissions but this is working. There are 250,000 homes in the Illawarra which are going to be supplied with electricity with supplied with electricity with a seven did cent reduction in emissions. One of the other marvellous in the structure items that News Abbott possesses is the Cross City Tunnel. Coming from Melbourne it is a delight to coming to Sydney because there is no one else in it. How is it going? What is the cost now to get across is the cost now to get across the city? It is in the hands of an administrator. I am not surprised! The important point about motorway is that the Government has The important point about the

made the changes that are required to improve the deal for motorists. This company as frankly, broken its relationship with its customers. It is a good example of a company who started out on the wrong foot with its customers and has never been able to repair that relationship. As a result they have suffered, like any business, where they have damaged their relationship with their customers. Are you talking about the way that certain access roads were cut off so you were forced into the tunnel? Clearly Sydney residents were really stroppy about that. There were Sydney residents were really quite

whole range of changes that were made to those surrounding roads and they were done so at the time and protecting the tax payer. There protecting the tax payer. There was a great call to just raised in there and tear up the contract and that would have been the wrong thing for taxpayers - it would have exposed him to hundreds of millions of dollars of compensation. I held my ground at personal political cost, negotiated a change that shop saw the surrounding roads some re- opened and other changes made to improve access them ability improve access them ability and improve the deal for motorists protect the taxpayers. We have improve the deal for motorists and

continually encouraged the company to build a stronger relationship with its customers and motorists and they have not been able to do that and as a result they have suffered, like any business would. It is very nice to meet you and as we said earlier you have an election in late March currently you are running at a election in late March and

dollar 25. You're probably bet. The opposition are $3.50 dollar 25. You're probably a good

currently. Lots of kids in his family - a set of twins after two other kids, you know you're alive then.

clearly looks good in a bikini She's a member of MENSA, on the screaming donk of an F1. and is obviously keen Miss World Australia joins us after the break.

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This program is captioned live. OK all you geniuses. Did you know that MENSA, the society for those with a high IQ was co-founded by an Australian barrister in the 1940s. Formula One Grand Prix ambassador Miss World Australia and the 2007 describes becoming a member of MENSA Sabrina Houssami as her proudest moment. Even better than wearing the world's rarest diamonds in the Miss World competition last year and Sabrina Houssami joins us this morning.

It's something you must cop all the time as a beautiful woman. People think it is all about fashion and jewellery and prom nanding in jewellery and prom nanding in your swim suit but there's so much more to it. Most of my work is ambassadorial work, charity work. I've worked with 25 charities in Australia. I've just come back from East Timor where we were working with Youth off the Streets there. How was East Timor? It How was East Timor? It was fantastic. I went there, I can't remember exactly but a couple remember exactly but a couple of years ago and found it a beautiful country, but obviously really, really struggling. And then they had all of the unrest last year. Exactly. How did it seem to you? There's an 80% unemployment level in Timor and you still see the burnouts of when Indonesia came and destroyed half of the population. And they've got that feeling And they've got that feeling in them that they're still them that they're still being really oppressed and they have no-one outside who is willing to help them and Australia is their nearest neighbour. So when we nearest neighbour. So when we wents in there, there was a really good welcome and they seemed relieved thap someone wanted to be involved. And father Chris Reilly from Youth off the Street is doing wonderful things. You were working for them. Are they optimistic with the new President? They are in a way. They are starting to feel that there's progress being made in the country and that aid is starting to come from outside. But in regard to from outside. But in regard to the villages that are away from Dili and the major capitals, there's and the major capitals, there's no assistance or no-one aware of the situations arising out there situations arising out there so no-one is helping them. What was it like meeting the Australian troops? Fantastic. They seemed really upbeat. Upbeat? It's true. A whole lot of men and you wander lot of men and you wander into their midst of course they're upbeat. I don't know if that had a lot to do with it! Believe me t would have! But they're doing a fabulous job there and they're very respected. They pay attention to detail and make sure that they go in with only good intentions and good will and dispel any myths about them being armed forces going in to brutalise their way through violence. So as Miss World Australia, obviously we Australia, obviously we know there's a lot of charity work involved, but what do you then do from now. I know in the short-term you're the ambassador for the Formula One Grand Prix. So you're saying right after that? Yes, what comes next? If you ask me where I will be in 10 years, I'm will be in 10 years, I'm aiming for television journalism or ambassadorial work. So depending which field I go into, there are which field I go into, there are a field. But I want to continue the initiatives I started as Miss World Australia. Because the higher profile one gets, you can really help out so I would like to do the same thing. You have an same thing. You have an exotic background, don't you? Yes. It is Lebanese Indian? Yes, my father is Lebanese and my mother is Indian. Were you born Muslim? Yes but we're non-practising. My mother was born Hindu. We have Italians in our family and uncles married to Christians. We have a lot going on. Were there any... were there ever times in the family while you were an entrant in Miss World that you copped any kind of grief from family or friends of family? Never. Because you have to wear a swim suit. To be honest, on the Miss World Australia stage was the first time I had worn a swim suit in public and I actually won the swim suit competition and no-one once gave me grief about that. They never said to me, this is against your morality because your morality because they understood that it was for the purpose of the competition, not purpose of the competition, not for the purpose of showing myself off or parading down the beach and letting guys look at me. It was just part of the competition. You would imagine that you would be approached to be a cultural ambassador. Yes. Is that something that you're keen to do? Absolutely. I try always to push forward the fact that as Miss Australia I work for the country. I don't just work for my cultural background, for my cultural background, the Lebanese and inian background. But if I was offered that work, because there's so many misconceptions about my culture and my religion, I would be happy to dispel that. How do you react to media reports like Sheikh Al Halili? I think I react the same way any other Australian reacts, disgust and shock. reacts, disgust and shock. I'm always disgusted by the always disgusted by the things these people think. You're obviously not very well informed on the board of perspective and what women feel and think and how they're acting so I think it just comes from misinformation and really narrow minds. And being out of touch. Very much. So As we said earlier, is this the correct title - ambassador for the 2007 Grand Prix? That's right. Are you a fan of motor sport? I've never watched motor racing before. I love your honesty. Do you know when it is on? Yes, 15th to the 18th of March Yes, 15th to the 18th of March in Albert Park and I hear that you guys are holding it for the first time and the first portion of the world championships. David and I had a drive last year in the celebrity race. You came third, is that right? Oh, stop it already. What happened with you David? Excuse me! I was very fast, very fast! He was a gentleman and let me overtake him. So with the celebrity

overtake him. So with the celebrity talent. Weapon haven't talent. Weapon haven't been invited. Never again. Upon my personal invitation, you must come. I'm sure you saw it last year, I'm sure you saw it last year, the party over the palms, an amazing dance party, Sneaky Sound dance party, Sneaky Sound System will be playing. Deal! Let's get back to the fact that you're a member of MENSA. How does that work. How does one become a member? Log on to the website, fill out an application form and you have to application form and you have to go for a sitting, a test that they prescribe for you. You sit for the test and they do the whole school examination thing, people are sitting miles apart and no cheating and no talking and if you get 98% or above in either of the tests, you're accepted. Top 2%. It is a ranking as opposed to 98 out of 100. A test in what? One of them is linguistics based on the English language, language and meaning and broadening of the language. And the other one is entirely gramatic, understand pictures. Anyone who doesn't have a firm grasp of doesn't have a firm grasp of the English language can do well on that one. Does general knowledge come into it at all? Not so much. Damn, because I was going to ask you what the current UN secretary general is? No idea. We general is? No idea. We haven't got any e-mails yet. I just got told. See if they know, still e-mail us. You said you wanted to take You said you wanted to take the test to prove to a lot people that you were bright as well as beautiful. Perhaps that might be tweed but that there was more intellectual substance. Do you feel vindicated now having passed the test? Not at all actually. I still get the same stereotypes but when people understand what anticipates behind MENSA and when they talk to you, so many different people get accepted into MENSA. You don't have to be a very social person to be accepted, you can be really socially dumb to put it mildly and not know how to get along. You not know how to get along. You can be a poor conversationalist. But once they actually get to once they actually get to know me as a person, they appreciate where I'm coming from and what my ambitions are. Well, you're only 20 and have an enormous career ahead of you. Good luck with it all. of you. Good luck with it all. Nice to meet you. All right more coming your way this morning from 9am from the face of the Grand Prix to the face of the Grand Prix to the face of the kitchen from the equally beautiful Anthony Telford after

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This program is captioned live. You're with 9am as we say a good Thursday morning to Anthony Telford. He's going to tempt us with chilli jam. What are you doing? jam. What are you doing? Sending smoke signals. It's the little things with this guy. You've got to find enjoyment in all things. Good morning Anthony. Good morning. Both Kim and I when we first realised that you would be concocting chilli jam. What was your reaction. Physical. Ook! Nice word. But I kept thinking of something to put on toast. But clearly this is not a toast thing. It's more like a chutney. I guess it is a bit of a misnomer. It is not really a jam, jam. It is an Americanisation of jam. It is an Americanisation of a word. Paste perhaps? No, it has the jam consistency. But we've got to get into it because there's quite a process and there is a short cut. Remind me of the short cut. OK, because it is quickly a throw in a pot sort of dish I'll show you some techniques on some things. There is tomato going into it and how do we peel a tomato. Take this core out. Have you done this before? You caught us, you make a cross caught us, you make a cross in the top and dunk it. For how long? Not very long I seem to remember. 20 seconds? 10 actually. 5, 6, 7, 8. The trick is the ripeness. Am I pulling it out now? That was 12 seconds. A lot of people dunk seconds. A lot of people dunk that into ice water. The problem is that is that you start to is that you start to dilute the tomato flavour. Is that so? tomato flavour. Is that so? I didn't know that. It becomes water logged. It does. The longer it stays in the water, the more this flesh will come off. OK. It is really important to keep as much of the flesh on. Are you happy with that. You're struggling a little bit. If at home you struggle, would you pop it back? The greener the tomato, I'm not really struggling, I don't really know what I'm doing. Maybe my knock-off drink last night is affecting me! Then you cut it through the centre this way to take out the seeds. We don't want the seeds in it. And the seeds tend seeds in it. And the seeds tend to be bitter in tomatos. If you're making fresh tomato sauce at home like the Italian, they take all of the seeds out, do they? I think so. Being that I'm not Italian and I don't make it. You're not Italian! If you're watching at home and you do the classic Italian thing of making tomato, I would love to know how to do it bues you've got to boil it and boil it. What did you throw on David? Nothing, I gave him a tea towel. There's the to mat ofplt about 6 tomatos equals about 600 grams. Cheat's method. Tinned tomato. OK, that solves tomato. OK, that solves that problem. I'm just saying, if problem. I'm just saying, if you want to do it nicely and richly, good ripe tomatos is great. Roasted capsicum. I'm not going to touch it because I have a cold. I just don't think, David will get autumn funny if I touch it. OK. Roasting if I touch it. OK. Roasting the capsicum in a hot oven, 250. You've grilled it. Or grill it on the BBQ plate until it is black on the

plate until it is black on the plate. Do you whack grarlic on it as you're doing that? No. Why would I do that? Because I do. I put garlic on that. David, how garlic on that. David, how do you feel about that? Terrific! I thought so. And we take all of the seeds out, again with the seeds. And you're chopping everything up and diesing everything up. Chopped, diced, ready to go into the pot. Then of course one of the Then of course one of the main ingredients. The reason we have all of this, we haven't got to the chilli yet is because that bulks out the jam. If we were just going to put the 8 chillis in, that's all we'd had have. This recipe makes about 8 cups. Chilli, I'm using a long red chilli because the heat is very mild. So these are both mild. When we taste it later, there won't be much heat. That little one there will hurt. This little there will hurt. This little one will rip your head off. I have no idea what these ones are. They're grown in the garden. They're vicious. All right,. So we'll leave those asigh. Taking the chilli apart, slicing through the middle. The seeds are the burning hot bit. The seeds are hot. You take them out more because they're just not palatable. It's the membrane in the chilli that is the hottest part. Really? So there we have it, that's 101 on that. Putting this together is very simple. Quickly just on the capsicum, if you can't be bothered roasting, go to the dilly and buy them already peeled and chop them already peeled and chop them up. Good simple solution. Normally I throw in garlic, David for I throw in garlic, David for your sake no. Chillis in there, tomatos, roasted red capsicum. Two teaspoons of salt, a bit of malt vinegar.

of salt, a bit of malt vinegar. If you're allergic to gluten, then you would use a balsamic vinegar, malt being made from barrely. Are you looking for something to stir that? No, I'll use this. We cook this down for about half an hour. Lots of sugar. Which is where the jam part came into. One of you asked why there wouldn't be called a relish or a chutney but it's because of a high sugar consistency. I was wondering what to do with it. We got an e-mail that said I work in a cafe in Wangratta in Victoria and we use chilli jam mixed with mayonaisse mixed with cheese and spin ash wraps, spin ash wraps, absolutely beautiful. Should we have a taste? We very quickly know it is ready in the jam consistency is if you spoon a bit out on to a plate and what you want to do is run your spoon throughout and it will sit like jam. With prawns, what a great idea.

I double dip? Just one today. Wow, Should With prawns, what a great idea.

I'm surprised. That's fantastic. I'm not surprised you're surprised. I'm not the most adventurous eater. That is absolutely stunning. I could use with more chilli. That's entirely up to you. Add as much chilli as you like. That batch made what we've got in the jar, we can it and gave it away. If you like we've got in the jar, we can bottle

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secretary general whose name you had problems with is pronounced as Trig Vi Lee. And the new one is...? It is spelt. I've chucked it. Cameron Mooney. --

Ban-ki Moon. And before that, found out that Kofi Annan served two terms. Kofi Annan served two, and before him Butros Butros Gali had only one. We did ask Miss World Australia, Sabrina Houssami MENSA member. But 13-year-old Michael from the ACT did get it right. This is Mr Ban Ki Moon here. Quickly, we were talking about Pete Doherty in the news. Babyshambles shooting up. You may have heard more of his previous band who were the next thing for 8 minutes. Doherty's base previous band who were the next big

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adventurous time traveller Anne Marie Biggar goes in search of the lost world of dinosaurs. Last year I got given a sneak preview of marvellous men making monsters for an extra special show called Walking with Dinosaurs Live Experience. called Walking with Dinosaurs - the

The stage is set, the lights are low and the curtain is about to up in Brisbane. The $12 million low and the curtain is about to go

stage adaptation of the BBC's hit series had its world premiere right here in Australia and promises to boldly go where no more

boldly go where no more anamotronic tkpoin owe saur has gone The dinosaurs move, they snort, tkpoin owe saur has gone before.

they grunt, they roar, so realistically that you might want to think twice before sitting the kids too near the stage. We all know they aren't real, or are they? Dinosaurs Dinosaurs have been extend for 270 million years. But somehow, this show brings them back to life in an almost too realistic fashion. So I'm going to investigate how giant puppets move like magic. I'm going to investigate how ease

We've interrupted rehearsals meet the guys who operate We've interrupted rehearsals to

T-recognises. This is Graham and you are responsible you are responsible for... Moving the body and the rig. This is body up and down. We have a the body and the rig. This is the

here for the tail. And how did you get to do this? Get to do this job? I played with a lot of dolls when I was a kid. Del you go. Moving along, we want to know about the sound, the mouth and the eyes! And this is Jacob. This is a this is Jacob. This is a keyboard which makes all of the roars which makes all of the roars so you play it like a piano and they're all simulated and they go up different Octoberates for the din owe saur. And my joy stick owe saur. And my joy stick here creates the eye blinks and eye movement. Fantastic. And last is anglafplt your job is... Underneath the dinosaur driving it on stage. So you are a... Dinosaur driver. I don't want to spoil the show but I managed to talk my way into seeing a snippet of the action. Tyranosaurus Rex. The Tyranosaurus Rex. The ultimate predator. I liked the bit

predator. I liked the bit when the tyranosaurus just tried to get the kid brontosaurus. All of the dinosaurs looked real. It was excellent. And you're like, woah. A little bit scary. It's just like so amazing how they can make them and make the grass come up or the trees and the dinosaurs and the teeth. Yeah, it's very great. It was Yeah, it's very great. It was really good. Well worth it. Loved it what did you think. Was it good? Yeah. What was the rest bit? When the triceratops wents in there! Good morning. Did that seem scary. Good morning. Did that seem scary. Who would Who would be scared. There aren't enough words to describe it. If you have a very, very little person, maybe you might want to make a judgment for yourself. It is noisy, that's yourself. It is noisy, that's what it is, it is noisy. When the big T-recognises comes out and she goes nuts because her baby is there nuts because her baby is there and other ones are trying to attack it, it is so loud. it is so loud. But it is spectacular. So there is a story involved in the production. Absolutely, Bruce Spens is there ae stands in the arena and tells you, 50 million years ago this 50 million years ago this species roamed and you get a whole naration of the story and there are like 15 different dinosaurs and out the back there is dinosaur parking. In the story, you saw me standing the story, you saw me standing there and there are all of these dinosaurs lined up. You were telling us in the commercial before we got on. I got a bit scared. I had a moment, I haven't had a moment for a very long time but moment for a very long time but I had a moment. Let's have a look. I'm going to investigate how these giant giant puppets, sorry, that just (bleep) me. You used that world. I couldn't breathe for a minute. You know seeing them when you're sitting up in the audience, you're like they're not that big. They're the babies, the raptors. Veloceraptor.

babies, the raptors. Veloceraptor. Perhaps if you take the kids because if you take the kids because mine are little, sit in the back row. Don't sit necessarily in the Don't sit necessarily in the front 10 rows, go a little bit further 10 rows, go a little bit further up the back. And you'll work it out the back. And you'll work it out by the interval if your kids are laughing and going wow, if laughing and going wow, if they're crying take them home. Thanks for the tip. And it's a show touring nationally. It is currently in nationally. It is currently in Brisbane. It had the world premiere in Brisbane. Then they're all packing up and going to Perth and then finally coming back to home base in Melbourne. We're going to give people the chance to win a family pass to the the show family pass to the the show in Perth and Adelaide and Melbourne. So all you have to do is tell us in 25 words or less which one is your favourite dinosaur and why. Those packages are worth nearly $300 packages are worth nearly $300 each. And my big advice was in Brisbane and Sydney, they had sell-out days so if you are going to go, book your tickets early. When it hits town, they sell out really fast. Is it the sort of thing that they'll perhaps take on another tour. After they've been to Australia they're going to the US and then the UK. It is a British thing? Walking with

is a British thing? Walking with the the Dinosaurs was a BBC program. You get to see the dinosaurs , You get to see the dinosaurs , it is truly amazing, one of the best shows I've seen in a long time. Really? If you're going to go and see one, they're great. And they're all good crew, they're

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Every single one of them has Every single one of them has a fascinating name. I know, very interesting. There was something in the paper about cars being banned in Rome, Milan and other Italian cities so that residents who cities so that residents who were walking and biking and catching public transport. The ban was put in place to lower pollution levels. It is the first in 2007 and it It is the first in 2007 and it is often implemented by Italian cities in winter. I've been in Rome where they've cordoned off sections Rome itself and say no cars. People done seem to worry. I wonder if that would catch on. I wondser if it would catch on. Imagine if we had a no car day in any of the big cities, Perth, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne. Very Adelaide, Melbourne. Very missed any! Darwin! I wonder. Maybe we suggest it. After the break Natarsha Being has the latest from the Ten News centre and then we'll chew

This program is captioned live. It's time now to take a look at what's making news around the country with the extraordinarily enthusiastic Natarsha Belling. Good morning. Good morning David and Kim. Ho are you both? Struggling. What do you mean. Struggling. do you mean. Struggling. You were fine fine before the add break, you're putting it on now. Let's get on to the news now. Police foil an alleged terrorist kidnap plot. This is a really chilling reminder that terrorism is certainly alive and well unfortunately in our world with police in the UK busting a major operation overnight. 9 major operation overnight. 9 men have been arrested in the anti-terrorism raids over plans to stage an stage an Iraqi-style kidnap and video execution of a serving British soldier. It's believed British soldier. It's believed the terrorists had planned to use the video footage of the kidnap victim to appeal to Prime Minister to appeal to Prime Minister Tony Blair to pull British troops out of Iraq. They don't seem to have flash homes those terrorists, do they? Very simple. Brick dwelling. And a big step for a brave Vietnamese boy? This is a boy? This is a lovely inspirational story in the morning inspirational story in the morning news. A 10-year-old Vietnamese boy has taken his first steps on two feet thanks to Australian doctors and Rotary. He suffered severe leg injuries in a house fire in injuries in a house fire in his home town. He was transported o Queensland Queensland earlier this year thanks to Rotary to undergo the life changing operations. Unfortunately he lost one leg, but now the extraordinary work of doctors and an artificial leg has allowed him an artificial leg has allowed him to walk. The brave little boy to walk. The brave little boy so thankful for the Aussie medical team. He now wants to a doctor. In the morning news, we'll chat to him about his new life and his big hopes for the future. Hasn't he got the most beautiful smile. Yes, it's a really lovely story. What was his name again? I'll have a look at my script! Hang Van

script! Hang Van Nong. He should run for UN Secretary General. run for UN Secretary General. Thank you, we'll see you in the morning news at 11:00. We've just had an e-mail from Ciara who said, just a quick note to let you know that I tookly 9-month-old girl to the opening night of Walking with Dinosaurs in Sydney, she said they Dinosaurs in Sydney, she said they were enthaled and the adults in the group were much more scare ad she said it was a magical experience. Isn't it interesting that dinosaurs have an enduring appeal, don't they? They do. All children love

dinosaurs. Do you remember dinosaurs. Do you remember what Dr John Irvine said, he said kids who are interested in dinosaurs are interested in dinosaurs tends to be more intelligent. Do they? He said it just seems to happen that way. Isn't that curious. Also Adrian thank you from Victoria has sent in the traditional tomato sauce. He says it's years since he's done it but you cut the tomatos and then use a machine that crushes them and removes the skin and the seeds. Then the sauce flows and the seeds. Then the sauce flows into a bucket, then you add salt and bottle it and put in a basil leaf and once the bottleing is complete and you put in complete and you put in enough water to cover them and boil the water and allow it to cool overnight and then it is ready for dinner. Sounds complex. Where is he from? Is that Lalor. Is in from? Is that Lalor. Is in Victoria. Is it Lalor or Lawlor. There was Peter Lalor. Perhaps somebody can let us know. Speaking of chilli jam, we have a lot of people sending us e-mails. Singing the praises. The type of chilli that we type of chilli that we saw there that one of the guys that one of the guys brought in that looked lethal is marbles is the name of it. Comes in small 1cm round ones, compact plant growing to 40cm high. That's from Kath who is clearly a b oorbgs tanist. And Daniel writes, great Daniel writes, great to see you back on air. My favourite lunch is back on air. My favourite lunch is chilli jam, chilli jam, cream cheese, rare roast beef and rocket. That sounds good. I definitely might try that. If you're up for a family holiday for four to Daydream Island, stay watching. Here's your chance to indulge in a tropical Island escape in the heart of Queensland's spectacular great barrier reef staying at the Daydream Island resort and Spa. resort and Spa. You can laze away at one of the resort's sun drenched pools or there are plenty of water sports on offer. If that's all too much, a few hours in the resort's day Spa is the perfect way to unwind. The skipper's club will unwind. The skipper's club will be great fun for kids and you can check out the resort's incredible living reef with coral, living reef with coral, tropical fish and sharks. fish and sharks. Valued at more than $6,500, this fantastic than $6,500, this fantastic prize includes flights from your nearest capital city to the thanks to Virgin Blue. Five nights accommodation for four people at the Daydream Island resort and Spa. Airport transfers and breakfast each morning. Plus, we'll throw in a romantic dinner for two, that includes babysitting. Entries close this this Friday and conditions do apply. All you have to do is: What a great prize. And that competition closes at midnight on Friday so make sure you get all of the entries in. Stay with us, more to come as Mikey Robbins joins to come as Mikey Robbins joins us after

He's bult a career on fat jokes. Stkpwhrfrplgts his large wit has thrilled the massings but having shed 60kg in 12 months, has he also wiped 90% of his material. I ask you ladies and gentlemen, are we ready for a swelt Mikey Robbins. ready for a swelt Mikey Robbins. We need a wide shot but we don't any more because you're so slim. I've lost 60 kilos or two

lost 60 kilos or two mineogues. How? End of April last year, I spent about a year looking into this seriously, I had something called gastric banding. It is only available to people who are mosh I hadly obese. You have to have a body mass index of which is 50% more of fat. And what it is, without taking my shirt without taking my shirt off, there's a small band that sits around the top of my stomach and there's a tube and a port, depending on the sailing on the port, the band can be tightened and relaxed. It's called a film, I've only had one after the surgery. The best way to describe it. The best way to describe it. People think fat people are fat because they're always hungry. No, I was fat because I had no idea when I was full. I would have was full. I would have a three course lunch and go course lunch and go home and have a grilled cheese sandwich. Now I just have an entree. So there's a band there. Food sits up there. Everyone has heard of the old fashioned stomach stapleing. It sounds scaring. It was intrusive. I've got one tiny scar there and apart from that. I went out for dinner last night and my wife and I shared an night and my wife and I shared an entree, I had most of an entree later, I then had a cheese plate. I still enjoy my life. Exactly how much can you eat because you here diabolical stories of people being able to eat a table spoon of food. The best way to describe it is that I eat like a French woman. I eat three small meals a day and my

husband surrenders to the Germans! For breakfast I'll have a large smoothie or a poached egg on a thin slice of toast. If I go out for lunch im' have a soup or an entree. We had a pork chop for dinner the other day. So you've lost weight because you don't eat so much? No, because you don't eat so much? No, you can't whack something like you can't whack something like this in and expect it to do work. A week after the surgery I was walking 20 minutes a day and now I'm running and swimming and lifteding weights. What happens to the skin? That varies from person to person varies from person to person and I've been really lucky. You done want me to take my shirt off, do you? Mine is all come in. I've got a flaby bum but name a flaby bum but name me a man over 40 who doesn't! And let's say after having children, it's the same thing. I've never tried that. Where is the feotus going to gestate. I'm lucky with olive skin, I'm only in my early 40s, don't have a wrinkle and have been exercising hard. I remember reading an interview in an remember reading an interview in an American magazine with the late John Candy, he shed, he was a big man and he shed a whole lot of weight and he was talking about the fact that I lost a lot of work having shed the weight because having shed the weight because the American audiences wanted their John Candy to be a big fat jolly man. It's funny, a lot of people council you before the surgery, I had a certain image and was I worried about losing worried about losing work. I worried about losing work. I said I was worried about climbing up a flight of stairs. I was 44 years flight of stairs. I was 44 years of age, I was staring down the barrel of being a diabetic within four years. You done do something like this for... people say this for... people say it is radical. Weight loss is personal and for me this has work but I was staring down the barrel of being sick. And at the end of the day, you go, whole bunch of fat jokes, having having to inject yourself, what wins. Tell me about the big changes medically. Obviously you're 60kg lighter, but what has changed? One of the things that really got me inspired to do this and I would like to thank a specialist in sleep apnoea, I have sleep apneoa, I had to wear a mask like a lot to wear a mask like a lot of obese people do. People think it is just snoring. Sleep apnoea is? When snoring. Sleep apnoea is? When you wake up gasping for breath. It is called an arousal and I was getting 80 an hour which is not as much fun as sounds. So basically, I had to sleep with a mask and a pump. sleep with a mask and a pump. I don't do that any more. My blood pressure is something from 140 pressure is something from 140 over 90 to something like 127 over 70. My pulls rate is 85 to 59 resting. And I found out that there's more than one sexual position. Well, let's talk about that bit of action. In fact, there's three! Really! I'll tell you about number three later. What was the other one! What What was the original one! So many little things have changed. The first thing hi to learn was going into a men's wear shop and sales assistant coming up to me. What assistant coming up to me. What do you mean? If I wasn't buying ties or cuff links, no-one would come near near me because they wouldn't fit me. So they would ignore you. me. So they would ignore you. The first time I was in an upscale boutique in Paddington and they came up and said can I help you. And I had a panic attack and had to phone my wife and say, what do I

do? Little things like do? Little things like climbing out of the back of a cab. I used to have to basically, large people, they have to climb out backwards. Just put one foot out, I know it sounds simple to you guys. But sounds simple to you guys. But I understand the enormity for you. Were you always a fat guy? I was a fat kid. I'm not saying it was mother's fault but sending a 10-year-old to weight watchers wasn't the best way to have a healthy weight with food. Jesus Christ, I was enormous like a suburb in pants. You finish work suburb in pants. You finish work at midday and you have lunch and midday and you have lunch and lunch becomes dinner. I went to New York and as I maintained, they would deep fry water if t