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Live and Kicking


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Zoe Ball and Jamie Theakston are joined by Casualty stars Jan Anderson and Gerald Kyd , who play nurse Chloe Hill and Dr Sean Maddox. There's music from Steps and the Corrs, plus explorer David Hempleman-Adams is in the Hot Seat. Kate Sanderson and guest Otis the Aardvark review the new computer-animated feature film Antz in Electric Circus, and there's more comedy from Ben Ward,
Gez Foster and Richard Webb. Plus new pop releases in Hit Miss or Maybe.

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Presenter: Zoe Ball
Presenter: Jamie Theakston
Guest: Jan Anderson
Guest: Gerald Kyd
Guests: null Steps
Guests: The Corrs
Guest: : David Hempleman-Adams
Presenter ("Electric Circus"): Kate Sanderson
Comedian: Ben Ward
Comedian: Gez Foster
Comedian: Richard Webb
Executive Producer: Chris Bellinger
Editor: Angela Sharp

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