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You know you’re getting older when the record executives start getting younger.
We have got offered some shows in America, but really dopey shows – like reality shows.
We kind of owe everything to ‘Byker Grove.’ It’s where we learnt to do what we do.
Brummies make great audiences.
We were pushing the boundaries a bit of Saturday morning telly and trying new things.
We know what it’s like to audition as kids and how nerve-racking it is.
We were lucky that when we were making the transition from children‘s to prime time a lot of other presenters our age shied away from that arena.
We want to bring the kids, the parents, the grandparents and grandkids together, we want them to have a shared viewing experience. We want the kids to talk about it in the playground, dad to talk about it down the pub, grandma to talk about it while she‘s out shopping.
I think from doing so many live shows it gives you a real appreciation of being present. You don’t know what’s going to happen, you don’t know what is around the corner.
Northern Ireland isn’t actually part of Great Britain, but we still want it to be part of ‘Sofa Watch.’
Running in heels can be treacherous, and don’t get me started on fake eyelashes!
I love a sneeze.
I’ve definitely never said, ‘Well, how about that, eh, I’m a national treasure.’
I think working as part of a brotherhood shows you can achieve personal satisfaction in a team.
My dad was born in Desertmartin at the foot of Slieve Gallion.
There’s been times when it has been tough professionally.
When people are so nice about you, you get emotional and cry. But we never take it for granted.
We were kids when we started.
I had my crisis at 30. I was actually really comfortable with 40. Life was in a better place.
We got sacked for the first time when we were just 18 and you realise that this whole industry is transient and changeable.
The thing that I miss more than anything is doing Saturday morning telly. It was the best, best, best three years.
Anyone who’s ever had a loved one go through addiction will know just how devastating it can be and how tough it is for those around them, as much as it is for the addict.
I don’t know if I get any mail. I think I just get bills.
When times were good, we made more money. When times are bad, we make less money.
I think you learn every day. You can’t buy experiences; all these experiences shape you.
We should do ‘Takeaway’ from Chicago or Philadelphia. We’d have great fun with it.