I was the first contestant on this show and the only one to be caught out. I had a superb day with the BBC at Riverside Studios on the Thames. Spent the afternoon chatting with The Chief Yeoman Warder from the Tower of London. Yes we were kept well away from the panellists during the day, so they would never guess what we did.
Hugh Dennis was a pro, helped us all get over our telly nerves and made us laugh. I never did get chance to say "It's got a good beat" a line uttered often by one of his Mary Whitehouse Experience characters.
The panellists were very nice to us all, especially Amy Lame and Amanda Platell. If you get to see the show, I sincerely hope you enjoy watching as much as I enjoyed making it. Was exhausted at the end of a long day and hit the pub over the road for a well earned pint. Keith Povall
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