I Met

In this brand new show, ordinary Scots get the opportunity to share their experience of meeting someone famous.


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Personal trainer Mike Heatlie reveals how he has kept Gwen Stefani in shape for the past ten years.

Singer songwriter Gwen Stefani has sold millions of albums yet is admired almost as much for her perfect midriff as she is for her music.

Mike Heatlie, her personal trainer, reveals how he has kept the star in shape for the past ten years.

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Kaye Adams talks to Jacqueline van Maarsen who met Anne Frank when they attended the same Jewish School in Amsterdam in 1941.

Their friendship came to an abrupt end in the summer of 1942 when Anne and her family went into hiding, and it was not until after the war that Jacqueline discovered the truth about what had happened to her best friend.


Lorne Cousin was working as an Edinburgh lawyer when he received a call from Madonna asking him to join her on her 2004 Reinvention tour with his bagpipes.

In conversation with Kaye Adams, Lorne talks about meeting and performing with Madonna and reveals how the superstar came to have a soft spot for the piper.


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5/7. Schoolgirl Samantha Seth from Coatbridge talks about the time she sang for Dalai Lama during his six day spiritual visit to Scotland.

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Anne Mackintosh reveals to Kaye Adams how she met and painted the portrait of the then Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher in 1990.

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Andi Lothian talks to Kaye Adams about the time he met The Beatles and reveals how he coined the term 'Beatlemania'.

Forty five years ago, a relatively unknown pop group called the Beatles played their first tour of Scotland and Andi Lothian from Dundee was the man who booked them.

Today Andi talks to Kaye Adams about the time he met the Beatles and reveals how he coined the term 'Beatlemania'.