So despite the fact that I found myself sat mid-afternoon with two year-old TV presenters in an empty room in a Cambridge nightclub, there was something thrilling about the prospect. Indeed, for my generation, Dick and Dom are little short of legends. It is, therefore, with a certain trepidation that I ask them my first question.
For over 20 years, dynamic presenting duoDick and Dom, have kept children entertained with their wide range of television programmes. As well as this, they have starred in numerous other CBBC programmes, both as presenters and actors. The pair have also taken their hilarious act on the road on numerous UK tours both entertaining audiences all over the UK.
He is terribly small, like a Hobbit, is 28 but looks about 20, and is very tanned as he has just returned from holidaying in St Lucia with his wife Sandi. She is waiting with him at the table and she is as small and as cute as he is. As they sit chatting, people keep staring at Dom in a vaguely bemused fashion, wondering who he is.
About 40 viewers complained to the BBC about the sketch from the programme last weekend. What's On. By Manchester Evening News.
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In January last year, Tory MP Peter Luff called on culture secretary Tessa Jowell to view the popular show's website, which he said contained items crude item such as 'Pants Dancers in the Hall of Fame', photos of children with underwear on their head; 'Make Dick Sick'; and 'Bunged Up', in which children play a character in a sewerage system avoiding turtle poos coming from lavatories. In response, Jowell backed the corporation by saying: "It is the BBC's job to determine standards of taste, decency and appropriateness. Get Me Out of Here!
The double act shied away from going to prime time television like Ant and Dec, but have carved out an award-winning career. Dick, 39, said that like Ant and Dec they were genuinely best mates off screen. The show did receive some criticism for its jokey nature and was even debated in parliament when it was attacked for its "lavatorial" content.