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1 2014 Spoken Language Tasks Clips & Transcripts Document The clips and transcripts on this document can be used alongside the 2014 tasks for Unit A652 Section b of the GCSE English Language specification. Please also see the FAQs at the end of this document for guidance on how to approach the tasks. Clips have not been provided for task B2, on the study of the language used by a particular group of people, as centres are encouraged to collect their own data for this particular task. Clips are provided by: Transcript Divas OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 1

2 Task A1i) Language of a Public Figure Particular Speaker Barack Obama Death of Osama Bin Laden Clip 1: start to across the border to Pakistan Clip 2: 3.52 and finally last week to 7.09 we will be true to the values which make us who we are [Start of recorded material] Obama: Good evening. Tonight, I can report to the American people and to the world that the United States has conducted an operation that killed Osama bin Laden, the leader of Al Qaeda and a terrorist who s responsible for the murder of thousands of innocent men, women and children. It was nearly ten years ago that a bright September day was darkened by the worst attack on the American people in our history. The images of 9/11 are seared into our national memory. Hijacked planes cutting through a cloudless September sky, the Twin Towers collapsing to the ground, black smoke billowing up from The Pentagon, the wreckage of Flight 93 in Shanksville, Pennsylvania where the actions of heroic citizens saved even more heartbreak and destruction. And yet we know that the worst images are those that were unseen to the world. The empty seat at the dinner table, children who were forced to grow up without their mother or their father, parents who would never know the feeling of their child s embrace. Nearly 3000 citizens taken from us leaving a gaping hole in our hearts. On September 11 th 2001 in our time of grief, the American people came together. We offered our neighbours a hand and we offered the wounded our blood. We reaffirmed our ties to each other and our love of community and country. On that day, no matter where we came from, what God we prayed to or what race or ethnicity we were, we were united as one American family. We were also united in our resolve to protect our nation and to bring those who committed this vicious attack to justice. OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 2

3 We quickly learned that the 9/11 attacked were carried out by Al Qaeda, an organisation headed by Osama bin Laden which had openly declared war on the United States and was committed to killing innocents in our country and around the globe. And so we went to war against Al Qaeda to protect our citizens, our friends and our allies. Over the last ten years, thanks to the tireless and heroic work of our military and our counter terrorism professionals, we ve made great strides in that effort. We ve disrupted terrorist attacks and strengthened our homeland defence. In Afghanistan, we removed the Taliban Government which had given bin Laden and Al Qaeda safe haven and support and around the globe, we worked with our friends and allies to capture or kill scores of Al Qaeda terrorists including several who were a part of the 9/11 plot. Yet Osama bin Laden avoided capture and escaped across the Afghan border into Pakistan. And finally last week, I determined that we had enough intelligence to take action and authorised an operation to get Osama bin Laden and bring him to justice. Today, at my direction, the United States launched a targeted operation against that compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. A small team of Americans carried out the operation with extraordinary courage and capability. No Americans were harmed. They took care to avoid civilian casualties. After a fire fight, they killed Osama bin Laden and took custody of his body. For over two decades, bin Laden has been Al Qaeda s leader and symbol and has continued to plot attacks against our country and our friends and allies. The death of bin Laden marks the most significant achievement to date in our nation s effort to defeat Al Qaeda. Yet his death does not mark the end of our effort. There is no doubt that Al Qaeda will continue to pursue attacks against us. We must and we will remain vigilant at home and abroad. As we do, we must also reaffirm that the United States is not and never will be at war with Islam. I ve made clear, just as President Bush did shortly after 9/11, that our war is not against Islam as bin Laden was not a Muslim leader. He was a mass murderer of Muslims. Indeed, Al Qaeda slaughtered scores of Muslims in many countries including our own. So his demise should be welcomed by all who believe in peace and human dignity. OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 3

4 Over the years, I ve repeatedly made clear that we would take action within Pakistan if we knew where bin Laden was. That is what we ve done. But it s important to note that our counter terrorism co operation with Pakistan helped lead us to bin Laden and the compound where he was hiding. Indeed, bin Laden had declared war against Pakistan as well and ordered attacks against the Pakistani people. Tonight, I called President Zardari and my team has also spoken with their Pakistani counterparts. They agree that this is a good and historic day for both of our nations and going forward, it is essential that Pakistan continue to join us in the fight against Al Qaeda and its affiliates. The American people did not choose this fight. It came to our shores and started with the senseless slaughter of our citizens. After nearly ten years of service, struggle and sacrifice, we know well the costs of war. These efforts weigh on me every time I, as Commander in Chief, have to sign a letter to a family that has lost a loved one or look into the eyes of a service member who s been gravely wounded. So Americans understand the costs of war yet, as a country, we will never tolerate our security being threatened nor stand idly by when our people have been killed. We will be relentless in defence of our citizens and our friends and allies. We will be true to the values that make us who we are. [End of recorded material] OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 4

5 Eddie Izzard Clip 1: Horse racing: Cos they do have a metallic sound to 6.54 that s all rubbish [Start of recorded material] Eddie: Cos they do have a metallic sound, don t they, horseshoes? Horses have got hooves, they ve got this semi circular piece of metal nailed to each and every foot and that s just a con for centuries, blacksmiths saying, Is that your horse? Better nail a bit of semi circular metal to each of his feet. No thanks, got hooves, thanks very much. No, better nail a bit of semi circular metal on. Have you ever had a blow out on a horse doing 70? Steel radials, that s what you want, mate. Those anti lock hooves? Oh, not sure. It is, it s a big con. They did it very successfully for centuries. Perhaps they were trying to do all hooved animals. You got any more on your farm? Yeah, cows, bring them in, they ve got hooves. And pigs and sheep, I ll hoove the lot of them, I ll put shoes on, and ducks and geese. Get the whole bloody farm in. And your next door neighbour, whole farm for 50 quid. Ducks going around going clank, clank, clank. Quack. Swimming out in water. They don t do the breaststroke, do they, ducks? Any duck doing that is really kind of crap. And they re also lucky, horseshoes are lucky. Horses have four bits of lucky nailed to their feet. They should be the luckiest animals in the world. They should win all their horse races, shouldn t they? Results of the 3.30 today, every single horse was first equal. One horse dropped a shoe, came in 4 th. And the duck was 9 th. Five ran. Cos they always say that at the end, don t they, bit of useless information, Five ran. Are there people at home going, But how many ran? Or is it the idea, five ran but one sauntered really, one drove a small car, one windsurfed, one hang glid. You define the verb to hang glide then. I hang glide, you hang glide, he/she hang glides, we hang glid, you hang glidded, they hanggliddededed. Anyway, that s all rubbish. [End of recorded material] OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 5

6 Clip 2: so they re not very good at naming popes to 9.37 if you do not I will play this barrel organ for hours [Start of recorded material] Eddie: So they re not very good at naming Popes as well, they had a run of Pius s, it went like Hollywood. It was Pope Pius I, Pope Pius II, Pope Pius III, the Revenge of the Pius people. Pope Pius IV, this time he s pissed off. Pope Pius V in 3D. The Body of Christ. Oh my God, he hit me in the face, the Body of Christ. But Johnny [Unintelligible 07:48] he was going down to Jerusalem. He went down to Jerusalem, man, because it was the Holy City for Christians, also it s the Holy City for the Muslims and it s the Holy City for the Jewish people. It s a bit of a fucking mess down there. It s three major religions, one Holy City. Couldn t they have just spread it out a bit? You have Akbar, we ll have Moscow, you have Dover, all right? Yeah, no problem. Bit of space. One city, everyone there. Nightmare. Anyway, he went down there and was apologising. Johnny was apologising for things done wrong in the name of God, shit that happened in the name of God, and we know it did happen. Like during the Second World War, Pope Pius XII was supposed to apologise, not apologise, he s supposed to castigate Hitler for being a genocidal fuck head. With bunny rabbit ears. But he didn t say that, he went down and he s been renamed now as Pope Gutless Bastard the First. Which is good. Though I should say it s Pope Gutless B ass tard the First. Then he did apologise for the Spanish Inquisition. He said it was far too inquisitive. Supposed to be the Spanish Casual Chess. Tell me, Don Miguel, tell me of El Diablo. El Diablo is an exciting character. He s one with the ladies. Why do you wish to know? No reason, just a casual chat. But it wasn t, it was, Tell me, Don Miguel, tell me of El Diablo. If you do not, I will play this barrel organ for hours. [End of recorded material] OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 6

7 Stephen Fry Clip 1: (whole clip, 1min 07) [Start of recorded material] Stephen: I think it was Donald Mainstock, the great amateur squash player, who pointed out how lovely I was. Until that time, I think it was safe to say that I d never really been aware of my own timeless brand of loveliness but his words smote me because of course, you see I am lovely in a fluffy moist kind of a way and you don t think otherwise. I walk, let s be splendid about this, in a lightly scented cloud of gorgeousness that is [Unintelligible 0:00:22] for being quite simply terrific. The secret of smooth almost shiny loveliness of the order which we re discussing in this simple, frank, creamy soft way doesn t reside in oils, unguents, balms, ointments, creams, astringents, milks, moisturisers, liniments, lubricants, embrocations or balsams, to be rather divine for just one noble moment. It resides, and I mean this in a pink, slightly special way, in one s attitude of mind. To be gorgeous and high and true and fine and fluffy and moist and sticky and lovely, all you have to do is to believe the one who s gorgeous and high and true and fine and fluffy and moist and sticky and lovely, and I believe it of myself, tremulously at first and then with mounting heat and passion because, stopping off for a second to be super again, I m so often told it. And that s the secret really. [End of recorded material] OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 7

8 Clip 2: (whole clip 1 min 10) [Start of recorded material] Stephen: In 1917, I d already tried 14 different jobs, married twice, fathered many, many children, eaten a perfectly enormous quantity of food over a long time period, been weaned off six types of Class A dangerous drugs, given up smoking, taken it up again, given it up again, taken it up again, given taking it up and taking giving it up again and again and again. By the time I was 20, alcohol had never passed my lips yet I was a reckless and predatory alcoholic. My life was in pieces, my marriages were shattered, my children lay in ruins. I was paying alimony along sinuses, behind the dark interior passages of the skull and through the nose. But at 30 came the chance to redeem a bin liner of broken promises. If I didn t take that chance, what would I be, what would I become? Just another friendless acid spot on the back buttock of a weeping society. So I took it, took the chance, picked up the ball and ran, went for it, threw caution to the teeth of the gale, never looked back, just keep running, I did it. Forget the past, there s nothing there, not even memories, just a road you never travelled unwinding backwards to a place you never came from where fruit grows on trees you never climbed in an orchard where you lost your virginity to a boy called Timothy who died of Horlicks poisoning before you were born Hugh: Stephen: Hugh: Stephen: Stephen, Stephen. Yes? Go and have a lie down. Ok. [End of recorded material] OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 8

9 Clip 3: (from start to 3.11 pretentious ) [Start of recorded material] Stephen: Ladies and Gentlemen, professors, dons, undergraduates, postgraduates, pregraduates, boys, girls, darlings, assorted media scum, Dubstep is my life. I am not here to bury popular music, I m not here to disgrace any form of popular or dance music. As a matter of fact, and this happens to be true and it sounds like showing off, I have to leave early from Cambridge this evening because I have an assignation this evening with an ex Juilliard student by the name of Lady Gaga. I promise you it s true, meeting her this evening, I happen to be rather an admirer of Gaga. She s rather splendid, I think she s one of the best things Juilliard has produced for many a long year. There s a story, there s a film, one of my favourite films made by the very late lamented great cinema director, Sidney Lumet, about a boy who actually ended up going to Juilliard, funnily enough. It starred River Phoenix. It s a film called Running On Empty, I don t know if you ve ever seen it. It s really rather excellent. He plays a boy who s a very talented keyboard player but his family are on the run from the FBI because of a crime they committed many years ago. They have to keep reinventing themselves and you see him dyeing his hair and going to a new school and pretending to be somebody else. And he arrives at this school as a student and he sits in the music class, having arrived late, and the music teacher plays a couple of pieces of music, plays a piece of dance music, a piece of Madonna and then he plays a Beethoven quartet. And he says to the class, Can anybody tell me the difference between these pieces of music? One rather cheesy kid, thinking he was going to please the music teachers, says, One s good and one s not good. And the teachers says, Well, surely that s a matter of opinion. And River Phoenix, very shyly, who we know is a musical genius, raises his hand and says, You can t dance to Beethoven. It s a brilliant answer. I love the idea of dance. It so happens my legs were not equipped ever to be able to do it but I love the idea of people going to clubs and having a good time. This mostly is not about clubs being a bad idea. This mostly is not about dance music being bad. This music is not about the idea that classical music is superior to any other kind of music. It celebrates the fact that there is difference, that you can love two different things at once and not explode or be a hypocrite. OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 9

10 Surely if education in a university is about anything, it is about the fact that we can accept and absorb all kinds of ideas and celebrate and love all kinds and modes of human expression. You can make anything sound pretentious only if you are yourself pretentious. [End of recorded material] OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 10

11 Task A1ii) Language of a Public Figure Particular Interviewer Jeremy Paxman Clip 1: What about it when you get a, a guest... to the end. Paxman, Katie Couric and Piers Morgan [Start of recorded material] Piers: Piers: Piers: Piers: Katie: What about it when you get a guest who your producer has done a deal with that you won t talk about something in particular? I gather, Piers, you don t want to talk about phone hacking. I didn t say that. Oh, you re quite happy to talk about it, are you? You could talk about whatever you like, Jeremy, I ve never made any preconditions to any interview in my life. But it s an issue, isn t it? For who? Well, for someone like you who doesn t want to talk about phone hacking or for anyone who doesn t want to talk about Hang on, hang on, I m not letting you get away with that, that s just cheeky interviewing. I didn t make any pre conditions for this interview. I m very happy to talk about anything so you have to be accurate with your allegations about your interviewee, Jeremy, it s very naught of you. And if you want to talk about phone hacking, I m very happy to. What I would say generally, in particular I found in America compared to Britain, many people do try and put pre conditions on interviews and I think it s a very, very dangerous slippery path to go down if you allow them to do that. And I think you have to if there s a particular personal reason and it s not really relevant to the interview s significance in terms of news, then I think you can listen to it but anything to do with policy if you re a politician, forget it. Well, you d better have a word with your Press Officer, then. Katie Couric, what do you think about this question of areas that people ask not to talk about? I think this is when you should practise the power of silence, Jeremy. I don t think I ve ever accepted pre conditions or something is not allowed to be asked. I think as Piers said, if it s a personal thing that really has no bearing on the true content OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 11

12 of the interview, that s something that should be decided on an individual basis. But I think pre conditions are just unacceptable usually in an interview setting. Katie: Piers: Katie: Piers: Here s a question that I personally don t like being asked because there s such a multiplicity of answers to it. Who s your dream interviewee? I hate that too! It s like saying what is the best meal you ve ever eaten and that s pre supposing you ve only had one good meal in your life. So are you talking about the best interview we ve ever done or our dream interview? No, no, you re far too modest I know to talk about the best interview you ve ever done, certainly Piers is, he s a very shrinking violet. Very humble, yeah, very humble. Yes, it s the word that comes to mind when I think of you, Piers. The dream interview, one always resorts to, I d like to talk to the Pope, or something. I think unfortunately the few people that I really would have liked to have interviewed are no longer with us. I would ve loved to have interviewed Jacqueline Onassis. I would ve loved to have interviewed Princess Diana because I think they were so fascinating. Piers, you ve got one name before you get gonged out. Jack Nicholson, he hasn t done a TV interview in I think about 35 years. He would be sensational. Ok, thank you. [End of recorded material] OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 12

13 Clip 2: Mayoral debate Boris Johnson not answering question about costs of buses (Whole clip, 2 min 13) [Start of recorded material] Mayor: Boris: Boris: Boris: Boris: Boris: Boris: Boris: massively over the limit, he fell under the bus. Let s look at your proposed alternative. Where do you get this idea you can develop Routemaster buses in a new incarnation for eight million quid? Nobody s every proposed that. What I was saying was that if you wanted to have conductors for 337 Bendy buses which was the notional discussion I was having with Vanessa, as it happens the other day, then it would cost about eight million quid. If you wanted to have conductors What, a new fleet of old Routemaster buses type? the new generation Routemaster bus which I do and I think would be essential for London, I think it d be much valued by Londoners, then you d need to spend about 25 million quid. 25 million for a fleet of how many buses? No, for the buses, that s a different matter and that s a different How many? How much would it cost? Let me invite you to speculate how much the Mayor s No, I d like you to speculate, in fact more than speculate. Tell us how much it would cost. Let me tell you this, it would cost no more and no less than the Mayor s own manifesto commitment to produce another 500 hybrid buses which are going to ply the streets of London. Which is what? and which will be bought, of course, as the man knows full well, not by Transport London, they will be bought by the bus companies Give us a figure! Come on! and I think when you look at the prospect that this offers London Come on! What is the figure? OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 13

14 Boris: Well, the average cost of a Bendy bus is about 200,000. I envisage the cost over time being substantially amortised to be easily bearable under the Transport budget. Boris: Mayor: Am I not making myself clear? What we want to know is how much you propose to spend on this new fleet of Routemaster buses! As I say, it will be no more and no less than the cost of the Mayor s 500 new hybrid buses. And I invite the Mayor now to tell us how much he s proposing to spend on the new 500 hybrid buses. The new Routemaster has to be designed and built. It will be very expensive. Boris: Your hybrid bus is yet to be invented. [over talking 0:01:57] Male: Boris: Boris: We re getting nowhere here. Your proposal is new tramlines, isn t it? It is. Can I just say No, you can t say, you ve said quite enough without enlightening us on a figure! You think about it, give us a figure, you can talk again. It will cost no more and no less than 500 new hybrid buses. [End of recorded material] OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 14

15 Graham Norton Clip 1: interview with Jedward from 1.39 Yeah, now, anyway to 4.45 Ladies and Gentlemen, Jedward everybody [Start of recorded material] John: Edward: John: Edward: John: John: John: Edward: Now, anyway, John and Edward, you are sitting in the right order, aren t you? You re John, you re Edward? Yeah, I m John. And you re Edward. I ve a choice of two, I ve got it right and together you are Jedward. Now you ve been very busy, you ve been touring. You did X Factor tour, then you did Jedward tour. I don t know who went Now tell me, because you re back in Britain now and this is very exciting. You re promoting Shake N Vac. Shake N Vac. It s not often that gets a big cheer! When we were seven years old, we were like protégés at hovering and we used to think, oh my God, what s even the point in using this because you put it on your carpet and then you hoover it up. But then I realised it makes the whole house smell fresh. It puts the freshness back. Neutralises odours. So you ve had a hit single, you ve had the X Factor tour, you ve had the Jedward tour, never mind the dry shampoo on the carpet! I smell money! You must be loaded, Jedward. No, guys, I think that a lot of people are driven too much by money. I think that at the end of the day If you re not getting paid, something s going wrong, Jedward. Louis Walsh, next time you see him, ask to see the books. Then you go to a Cashpoint. Can you go to a Cashpoint and get money out? No, cos I got my first I don t know, it s a Bank card, ATM It didn t work. OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 15

16 John: John: Brooke: Edward: John: Miranda: Edward: John: It doesn t work. Louis Walsh. Louis Walsh. Where is he? These boys, you re bleeding them dry. Hair products alone you should be loaded by now. Yes, maybe they are and they just don t know it. Do you own a house or anything, do you own anything? If we bought a house, it d be real scary like When we re at home and we go to our like 11 o clock at night we have fans outside our house singing Under Pressure, Ice Ice Baby, and they re really dedicated fans. They go everywhere and we haven t bought a house. I don t think we need to buy a house cos then, if we want to go to America, go to Paris, we go anywhere round the world on holidays and we have a house and you have to go back to your house Do you live anywhere? We have a tree house. You have a tree house? It was knocked down last year. Listen, boys, I know you love the red chair, the big red chair with the anecdotes at the end, I know you enjoy that so apparently tonight, you re going to have a go in the red chair. Don t forget, you need to think of your best anecdote. The rotten tree house was excellent but you ve told us that now, so if you want to go out the back there, we ll see you in a little bit. So they ll be back! Steady, steady. Ladies and Gentlemen, Jedward, everybody. [End of recorded material] OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 16

17 Graham Norton radio interview with Benedict Cumberbatch Clip 2 (link above): 3.39 and in terms of you to 6.28 Here s something very beautiful from the album 21 Clip 3 (link above): 6.29 The beautiful Adele to 8 min 28 Just no one gave me a job [Start of recorded material] And in terms of you, your life, you just seem like the busiest actor in the world. Slightly. It s fantastic, that things have just taken off in this huge way. It s brilliant, it s what you dream for. It would ve been nice if I was 25 still and I had all that energy and it just brushed off me! You re still a child. We re going to see you in movies as well this year, you re now at the National in Frankenstein but you re also in the big hit from the National was War Horse and now it s a Steven Spielberg movie. Is he directing it? Yeah, he s directing it and he was there. Lots of people ask me, was he directing it by Skype or something? No, he was there in the flesh! And we met him once before we started. It s very episodic, as you know if you ve seen War Horse, it s very contained. It s all about relaying the horses through this incredible journey they go on through the war so my section is with another brilliant up and coming actor called Tom Hiddleston and another great actor called Something else, yeah, you know him, he s great, very close! Patrick Kennedy, I was about to say his character then. No, he is, I actually went to school with him Spend Christmas together, that sort of thing! Patrick Kennedy, Patrick Kennedy, Patrick Kennedy, now I can t get angry! The theatricality of that production, what s happening in the film? Are you not allowed to tell us? Well, it s a Spielberg picture so there aren t puppets, there are real three dimensional incredible, amazing horses and it is just epic. He s recreating a situation for these animals to go through the real horrors of the First World War. It s going to be extraordinary. It s going to be big Spielberg stuff. OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 17

18 It sounds really upsetting because the play is very boo boo and those are puppets, so to see real horses It s pretty distressing and you get very used to it. You get used to the horses and you get very close to them and so coming back to see other bits filmed when we were doing publicity shots or whatever else or pickups for our small section of it, you d see this bit of the trenches and you d see your horse in its dying moments. Oh, stop, stop. And you learned how to ride especially for the movie? Yeah, that s when you just wake up and whistle to work and you feel like you re living under a rainbow all the time. It s just amazing how blessed you feel. You re going to work and your work is to be taught how to ride a horse. You re utterly spoiled as an actor. Well, you re spoiled if you re good at it, great, but what if you d got far If you re a sack of potatoes! and then you re just absolutely useless and every day, they re just shouting at you. Get the stand guy on! Sit up straight, stop leaning forwards hugging the horse s neck! Can you tell I ve tried to learn? Very badly! Benedict Cumberbatch is my guest, here s something very beautiful from the album Twenty One, it s Adele. The beautiful Adele, she s in it for the long haul, isn t she? She s not a flash in the pan, she s got a Well, she s only 21 so she s got loads of time. I know, isn t that annoying? Not old like you, Ben, and me, we re ancient. We talked about you learning to ride a horse. You are one of those actors who seems to really throw himself is it true you really did learn to play the violin for Sherlock? Oh God, I couldn t even begin to confess that it is because any musician watching, I am very much a novice. I did learn, of course I did, I had about 20 lessons but I mean, the violin, people get taught that at three and the Suzuki method and still struggling age 12. I mean, it s incredibly difficult. Have you kept it up, the violin? No, because I had to take up the piano for the next part I was playing, which is no word of a lie and even that cost me a lot of time. OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 18

19 But there is going to be more Sherlock, isn t there? There is, so I should pick up that violin soon. You really ought. I really ought to. Lazy actor! I know. The thing is if I did it now, I d probably just end up smashing it against the wall at the Creature and forgetting where I was! If you are that sort of actor who likes to get how did you prepare for The Creature? It d be nice to be Danny [Unintelligible 0:07:35] in the sense that you have three years or so between projects to do that and you really have to hone in. For The Creature, it was amazing, Danny was very Is this Danny Boyle? Who s also directed me, actually, I gave my Ron the Builder in a production of The Castle. He s brilliant, isn t he? He is just extraordinary, he s a life force. I bumped into Danny Boyle at a radio show where I was doing some stuff and he was looking at me, Did I direct you? and I went, Yes, yes. And he went, But you were good, why are you doing this? That is a compliment. Can t you get a proper job? Oh no, that is his way of giving you a huge compliment, why did you give up? Why did you give up? I didn t give up. Give up suggests I ever did it. No, I never worked. You never did it, ok. I tried, just no one gave me a job. [End of recorded material] OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 19

20 Susanna Reid Clip 1: Susanna Reid interviews Sir Tom Jones. From 0.36 when I was asked to do the show to 3.03 My pleasure (whole of prerecorded interview) [Start of recorded material] Tom: Tom: Tom: Tom: Tom: Tom: When I was asked to do the show, I said, Wait a minute, who are the other three coaches? because that s very important. I don t want to be on there with somebody that I don t appreciate and Will.i.am was the first one that said he wanted to be on there and then Jessie J and then when Danny was suggested, I said yes because I loved the script. When the judges pitch against each other to try and get one of these acts, there are times when more than one judge wants to take on one of these guys. Will.i.am likes to say, You ve got to go with me because I worked with Michael Jackson. Who do you bring up? Elvis Presley. I was at the bar one night and I knew the fellas that worked with him cos I d met Elvis before, and Charlie Hodge who s one of the guys who was with him, he said, You know Elvis has been trying to get in touch with you and they won t put him through? I thought, wow! Isn t that great, so when I got upstairs, I said, Look, when somebody calls and says he s Elvis Presley, he is Elvis Presley! And then when Elvis called and he said, Tom, you re a hard man to get hold of, I said, Elvis, you know what it s like, come on, trying to be Mr Cool! Are there things that people suggest to you now? You re so in control of what you do, I imagine, but are there things? You say right at the beginning, People said you can t have curly hair, and someone must ve got you into those tight trousers or was that you? I was wearing tight trousers. Did they say anything about those? Yes. I had trouble with the BBC at the beginning. What did they say? They said that I was too much. If I can imagine one of these people, these contestants on The Voice and they get Sir Tom Jones as their coach, what advice are you giving them? It all depends what they re lacking in because you find that out from them. OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 20

21 Tom: Tom: Tom: How do you give someone who s lacking in confidence, confidence to be a pop star? First of all, you tell them how good they are, if you think they are. The more you play places, you ve got to get out there and the people will give you confidence cos that s what happened to me when I was a child. Lovely to see you. Lovely to see you too. Thank you very much indeed. My pleasure. [End of recorded material] OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 21

22 Susannah Reid chairs a discussion about the Dale Farm evictions. Centres should focus on how the interviewer manages the discussion selected clips below may be shortened for the final task. Clip 2 (link above): 1.42 Jake Bowers, editor of Travellers Times to 7.21 a complete misrepresentation of us Clip 3 (link above): 7.45 Let me put that to Candy Sheridan to Jake to answer the question [Start of recorded material] Jake: Jake: Jake: Jake: Jake Bowers, Editor of Travellers Times, a Romany gypsy, joins us in the studio. A very good morning to you. Morning. Do you think it s racist? I think it s undeniably motivated by racism to evict that amount of people on the guise of a planning dispute is undeniably racist and the thing that makes it racist Aren t they just enforcing the law? They are enforcing planning law but that s a bit of a smokescreen because actually the people, if you go down there, they re prepared to leave but the issue that they re fighting is that they shouldn t have to move out of the district. There are other bits of land in that area where they ve put in planning permission, land which is publicly owned which Basildon Council could look at. They ve refused to look at it, so the thing that is racist is to evict people, to set a quota, which is effectively what Basildon District Council has done, on a particular race of people and say, We have enough gypsies in this area. You would not ever be able to apply that to any other ethnic group. You wouldn t be able to go to Leicester and say, We have enough Pakistanis here, the rest of you need to leave. Where s your evidence that there is a quota? I ve heard it from Malcolm Buckley who s the former head of Basildon District Council. I interviewed him on BBC Radio and he said we have enough gypsies in our area and that is a policy which has continued into the current leadership of Basildon District Council. He might be talking about the fact that there is already a welcoming, tolerant attitude to a large number of people from that community. That s not the same as saying there is a quote. OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 22

23 Jake: Jake: Jake: Richard: Jake: Richard: Jake: In effect, by default, it is a quota because he said, and the Council has stood by this, that there are already enough, they say, gypsy sites in Basildon. That s what you claim but Well, it s on the public record on BBC Radio, that s what he said. Ok, but we are talking here about a site which has no planning permission so that is an enforcement of the law, pure and simple, isn t it? Well, you have to look at it in the context of the legislative framework which has led to it, which is that nomadic life in this country has been outlawed since 1994, there aren t enough public sites. Getting planning permission on private ground is pretty much impossible, so when you find that your traditional culture is outlawed, yes, you have to break the law in order to survive. Ok. Richard, so this isn t simply a planning issue. This isn t simply enforcement of the law. There s something much more sinister going on here. It s a nice move of Jake s and it s a good move. I think it is a straightforward planning thing that Irish travellers have been very clever over the years at buying land very cheaply as paddock and then turning it into a building plot. If you and I could do that, we d be multimillionaires. It s a good ruse from their point of view and I understand why they want to do it. House builders do that all the time. No, they don t, because they ve got to get planning permission and they can only do it in plausible places. Irish travellers do it in deeply implausible places where they would never get planning permission. But the idea that there should be a quota, I think there s something in it, that people are saying, We ve got enough Irish travellers, thank you very much. Because this traditional way of life, it s no longer traditional because they re moving, not moving, they re in a hinterland of staying put and not staying put which makes life for their children in school a nightmare and gives them very poor prospects and so on. But sure, I think Councils are well within their rights to say there is a strict limit to the amount of land and tolerance that our neighbourhood will provide because this way of life, unlike Pakistanis or others, imposes a real strain. People do not like having Irish travellers near them and that is not a pretty thing but it s their right too. Ok, Jake? And these are separate sites, this is not integration into a community. This is much, much bitter than Dale Farm. Dale Farm is just the tip of the iceberg. For Romany gypsies and Irish travellers which are two ethnic groups, living as part of an extended community which can be nomadic is an essential part of their identity which is not chosen. It s not debatable in the same way as finding men attractive is an essential part of the identity of somebody who s homosexual but it is a key part of their identity. OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 23

24 Richard: Jake: Jake: Jake: Candy: It s not unlike a Durham coalminer saying, I ve got a right to dig coal forever and my children as well. No, because what you re doing is you re equating a lifestyle with an ethnicity and we re talking about an ethnicity and living on a site is an essential key part of that identity. You re a Right Winger, you should believe in family values. The reason they want to stay there is so that they can look after their old people. You should be down there fighting for them, Richard. Can I just say that for those of us who aren t familiar with this what s regarded as a lifestyle, my knowledge of travellers and gypsies is from Big Fat Gypsy Wedding, ok? And as far as a traditional lifestyle goes, it didn t look very traditional to me. It looked incredibly it seems to me there s a picking and choosing going on and when it s useful to be regarded as a traditional ethnic group, then that s but when you actually want to listen to Christina Aguilera and get married in pink neon chiffon, then all that goes out the window. And I have to say, looking at the amount of flat screen TVs, the amount of money there appeared to be, if I was as local person who had wanted to convert a building in my garden into an office and had been turned down and then I saw Dale Farm, I would be absolutely furious. Because the rest of us, it s about fair play. The rest of us have to live by certain rules. But listen, you putting an extension on your house is not the equivalent of somebody who s maybe terminally ill as some of these people are down at Dale Farm, having somewhere to live and And a lot of people who weren t terminally ill. If you re drawing your knowledge about my community from Big Fat Gypsy Weddings, then you need to come on a visit with me and I ll show you what it s really all about because that was a complete misrepresentation of us. Let me put that to Candy Sheridan from the Gypsy Council. Candy, is there a certain amount of opting out of the law, of society because travellers consider themselves separate? Absolutely not. Firstly, enforcement is discretionary so there s no reason at all for Basildon to continue with this sort of massive abuse and obscene amount of money. It s discretionary. There are Councils out there that don t enforce at all. Secondly, Dale Farm, like it or not, was as former scrap yard. We have all the evidence for that and one third of that site will remain a scrap yard. Thirdly, like Richard is talking there, he s trying to alienate us as Irish travellers. Irish travellers everybody at Dale Farm, except for the people in their seventies, hold a British passport. Sorry to tell you that, they re British citizens. All the children, 103 children, go to the local primary school and they were forcefully OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 24

25 stopped from attending school. Their circumstances and their prospects, Richard, will be stopped by Basildon Council, the MP, David Cameron and the Coalition. This is obscene. We re not above the law. I ve put in the planning applications, I ve worked behind the scenes for two or three, if not five years now. I identified the Brownfield sites. My applications have not even been heard. I ve gone for non determination, I have a public enquiry on November 22 nd. Please let us have a stay of execution. I can find sites for all the travellers at Dale Farm. Everybody is willing to leave. The site is killing them. We ve got four people in hospital at the moment, it s obscene. People will die because of the pre stress. There s no doubt about it. Please use commonsense and let me deliver. Richard: Jake: Richard: Jake: Richard: Jake: The business of being British and playing strongly to an ethnic card is at least a little peculiar. If you want to claim to be Brit, then get with the British way and maybe live in houses like the rest of us do. So are you saying you can t be black and British, you can t be Asian and British? What a ridiculous thing to say. You can be but no other group is pressing for such extraordinary rights. No other group, Richard, has been so progressively marginalized over the years where our entire way of life or culture is completely outlawed. But hold on, about the business of this school. I ve read the Ofsted report for that primary school and somebody is failing those kids. They go in not equipped for primary school. They re then moved in and out very quickly, they rotate around so that they ve got virtually their own private school there. It should be a wonderful place of education but because this travelling thing and because maybe the ideal of education isn t taken very seriously, actually the kids don t do very well. The health prospects of gypsies, it s not very good. This travelling thing is not awfully good, which is maybe why so many people from this Irish travelling community actually want to do their own bricks and mortar but they won t do bricks and mortar on the terms that the rest of us have to. Presumably, the alternative would be to be on the housing list and that would be something that the Council would be able to provide? As far as I understand from people I ve spoken to, they have been offered bricks and mortar but for the people that I ve spoken to, I remember one particular gravely ill old lady, she s clinging onto life there in a very horrible situation because she s surrounded by her brothers, sisters, her cousins, her grandchildren. There is an incredibly supportive community atmosphere there. That s the one thing which is probably keeping her alive, to be frank. And she deserves to live as part of that extended family network, if not there then somewhere else in the district. OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 25

26 Robin: Jake: Robin: Jake: Robin: Robin Page is Chairman of the Countryside Restoration Trust. Robin, is there a danger that people in the countryside are dealing with gypsies as a blot on the landscape when actually they are human beings who want to, perhaps perfectly reasonably, live the way of life that they ve chosen? First of all, I can t live any sort of life that I happen to choose. I have to fit in with society and the first question that you should ask and that nobody asks is why are they here? Are there no hospitals in Ireland? Are there no schools in Ireland? If I went to Ireland, would I b e able to live wherever I liked? The answer is no. In Ireland, it s a criminal offence to illegally occupy land so they come over here Let s deal with this once and for all. Most of those children, most of the people on that site were born in this country. Robin, you said that that question needed to be asked so let s let Jake answer it. Let me have a say first because it s a civil offence here and that is why they re here. The people who are pleased to see them here are the Garda in Ireland and I ve spoken to the Garda in Ireland and then you go on and say it s a race thing. It is not a race thing. Their DNA is exactly the same as mine. Robin, you may know a lot about the countryside but you clearly know very little about race or culture. Race isn t defined by DNA, it s defined by culture. Irish travellers and Romany gypsies have entirely separate cultures. Look, I was invited to speak on the program actually, not play tennis with you. But it would be fair to allow Jake to answer the question. [End of recorded material] OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 26

27 Task B1i) Language, Media and Technology A study of the language of politics in broadcast media Clip 1: Andrew Marr interviews David Cameron. From start to 3.10 tough and difficult choices we re going to make to meet that [Start of recorded material] Andrew: David: Let s move on to welfare, which is your big announcement of the moment. Talk us through actually how this new plan to get people back to work is going to differ from what Labour are already doing. I think we face a twin crisis in this country. We ve got a debt crisis which I m sure we ll talk about later, but we also have a very, very serious jobs crisis. We ve now got two and a half million people unemployed, one in five of young people can t find a job, if you add up all the people on out of work benefits, it comes to something like five million people. And if you look across Europe, there isn t a country in Europe that has more children growing up in a household where nobody works than Britain. It s a very serious crisis. What we are doing is making it the centrepiece of our Conference, a really massive, get Britain working program and at the heart of it is a very big change from what Labour, Labour are now the Party of unemployment, I want the new Conservative Party to be the Party of jobs and opportunity and at the heart of it is a big, bold and radical scheme to get millions of people back to work. Andrew: David: Andrew: David: So what s the difference? The difference is many more people, millions more people, will be included in our plans because we re looking at all the people who are currently on incapacity benefit as well as the unemployed. But Labour are already doing pilot schemes. Hang on a second, they re not. They ve had one pilot scheme. They are not going through those people so it s millions more people. We want to get the help to people more quickly. Labour aren t helping young unemployed people until ten months, we want to help them at six months, we want to help the people on incapacity benefit immediately. Much more aggressive about using the voluntary and private sectors, much more aggressive about payment by results, tearing up the Treasury rules so you can actually use the savings from getting people back to work to reward those who are putting people into work. OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 27

28 And this is very specific, one last point, very specific pledges about 200,000 extra apprenticeships, about 10,000 extra university places next year, vital because of the problems we face, 100,000 extra places for FE colleges. It is the big centrepiece of our Conference because we recognise the jobs crisis is one of the most serious things we face as a country. If we don t deal with it, it s not just bad for those people who are unemployed now, there s a danger that short term unemployment becomes long term unemployment and builds up massive problems for our families and for our country for the future. Andrew: David: Andrew: David: Andrew: David: But I thought you were against the reflationary package, the money being put into the economy now which is sustaining and protecting so many jobs. What we are against is that Labour s welfare schemes have been patchy, have been incomplete. They ve got so many different schemes pulling in different directions and they ve never really bitten the bullet of proper welfare reform where you ve got to get the private and voluntary sectors involved, you ve got to pay them by results so they get rewarded if they get people in work and keep them in work. So how much is this going to cost? Well, we re taking all of Labour s programs, things like the New Deal and the failed Train To Gain schemes and using that money and there s also an upfront cost and we ll be very clear in our document that we release tomorrow exactly how we pay for it and where every last penny of the money comes from. What is the upfront cost now? There s a 600 million upfront cost and we ll show the very tough and difficult choices we re going to make to meet that. [End of recorded material] OCR 2014 A652b Clips and Transcripts Document 28

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