Athlete Kriss Akabusi talks to Caron Keating , and she finds out why Gazza is throwing a ball ... (that's ball as in "one helluva party") to help teenagers with cancer. Plus the latest pop gossip, film and video news and regular agony uncle Nick Fisher.
Beverley longs for foster parents, but should they be black or white? She escapes into her fabulous rapping alter ego, Queen B, until sinister cartoon voices seem to take control.
Written by Mark Davies Markham. Music by Jeremy Leahey.
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