In the final show of the current series (don't worry, there's a Christmas and a New Year's special), chef supremo Gordon Ramsay tells Alan all about his Christmas TV special - that cook-along-live jobby on Christmas Day. Yep, they're doing it again despite it making for buttock clenching viewing. Sir Ian McKellen talks about reprising his role of Gandalf for the forthcoming film: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, and Miranda Hart gives the lowdown on her award-winning series Miranda, where she essentially falls over a lot. And music is from Kylie Minogue, who performs a special version of Better the Devil You Know from her latest album, Kylie: The Abbey Road Sessions.
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