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'Then a year later, he said he wanted to be on the show.
I said I didn't think it was a good idea as it didn't sound very nice. " I hadn't, so we all sat down and watched it and I thought it was really lovely.
Carol revealed that she had been approached some years ago about asking her son to appear on the show, but she says she turned it down.
'I didn't like the name of it, so it's a bit naughty, but I said, "No thanks", without asking Daniel.
Mrs Sarah Edminson Black, member, Board of Visitors, HM Prison Acklington; William James Murray Black, Farms and Estates Director, Scottish Agricultural College, for services to agricultural education; Thomas Edwin Blagdon, Group Scout Leader, 1st Brixham Scout Group; Alfred George Blake, for services to the community in Aberporth, Dyfed; Harry Anthony Bleach, for services to the community in Chichester; Miss May Blood, for services to equal opportunities and to industrial relations; Jack Leslie Bowden, for services to the community in Warminster; Francis Bertram Bowles, for services to the community in South Glamorgan.
Mrs Evelyn Boyd, for services to cancer care in Ayrshire; Mrs Eveline Grace Boyd, lately Administrative Officer, Home Office; Robert John Boyd, for services to sport in Lanarkshire; Mrs Muriel Bertha Bradbury, lately Leader, Independent Group, High Peak Borough Council; Miss Linda Brassington, Senior Personal Secretary, Cabinet Office; Mrs Isabella Bremner, for services to young people in Ross and Cromarty; James Eldred Cuthbert Brokenshire, for services to the community in Shropshire; Alexander Brown, for services to the Boys' Brigade; Miss Caroline Dinah Penton Brown, designer, National Portrait Gallery.
Bernard John Ashman, former governor, Her Majesty's Prison Ashwell; Ronald John Ashton, for political and public service; Mrs Margaret Olive Atkinson, for services to life saving in North East England; Mrs Alice Averis, for services to the Fox Green Gateway Club, Birmingham; Mrs Carole Ellen Baisden, director, Parentline; Derrick John Baker, senior storekeeper, Ministry of Defence; Donald Alfred Baker, for services to the community in Worcester; Mrs Mary Geraldine Baker, Director of Welfare Development, Parkinson's Disease Society.
Mrs Violet Minnie Baker, for services to the community in Old Windsor; Mrs Anna Teresa Bannigan, Administrative Assistant, Department of Health and Social Services; Stanley Albert Banting, Chairman of Governors, Bournville College of Further Education Corporation, Birmingham; Arthur Charlie Barker, Disability Consultant, Steering Developments; John Richard Barker, for services to the community in Louth, Lincolnshire; Mrs Sylvia Barker, lately Senior Information Officer, Central Office of Information; Mrs Dorothy Barnes, Department of Agriculture.
Maurice Harold Allen, non-operational station officer, London Fire and Civil Defence Authority; Mrs Jane Teresa Allison, private secretary, Cumbernauld Development Corporation, for services to business; Mrs Patricia Allott, for services to the Lymington Community Centre, Hampshire; David Richardson Anderson, Army Training Regiment, Glencorse; Christopher Robert Andrew, for services to rugby union football; Miss Thelma Powell Armstrong, for services to the Housing Association Movement; Walter Featherston Armstrong, for political and public service; Mrs Joan Asby, for services to the community in West Wales; Tony Allan Ash, head warden, the National Trust, North West Devon.
Angus Durie Miller Farquharson, for services to forestry and to the community in Aberdeenshire; Sister Pauline Fenton, for services to the community in Hounslow; Miss Jill Ferguson, principal, Woking College, Surrey; John Ferguson, secretary and registrar, Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain; Douglas Martin Edward Ferreira, general manager, Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway; Mrs Mary Elizabeth Ferris, for services to education; Donald Gordon Fleet, regional director, Opportunities for People with Disabilities.
Mrs Mavis Alice Foden, chairman, Walsall Hospitals NHS Trust, West Midlands; Mrs Anne Margaret Madaline Footner, chief nurse adviser, Frenchay Healthcare NHS Trust, Bristol; Harold Bentley Formstone, Department of Trade and Industry; Robert Jack Forrest, farmer, for services to agriculture in Berwickshire; Colin Edward Francis, Welsh Office; James Albert Fuke, for political service; Hance Fullerton, chief executive, Grampian Enterprise, for services to business in Grampian; Neil Richard Galbraith, Director of Education and Leisure Services, Western Isles Islands Council, and chairman, Scottish Consultative Council on the Curriculum, for services to education; James D Stirling Gallacher, for services to the catering industry; Professor David Ganderton, chairman, British Pharmacopoeia Commission.
After finding fame on the BAFTA award winning show, he now spends his time doing signings and performing music he has written himself from the age of 17.
However, he is yet to write one about his girlfriend.
Mrs Greta Rosemary Barnes, director, National Asthma Training Centre, Stratford- upon-Avon; Trevor Henry Bates, journalist, Daily Telegraph; Peter Andrew Beardsley, for services to football; Mrs Monica Lilian Becquet, chairman, Jersey Meals on Wheels Service; Philip Bell, postman, London; Miss June Mary Bennett, for services to elderly people and their carers in Hammersmith; Mrs Pek Yeong Berry, for services to race relations in Central Region; Hugh James Newton Bethell, GP, Farringdon, Hampshire.