Coming up on Monday's show

On Monday's show we welcome the two recruits to the brand new series of Open All Hours; James Baxter and Nina Wadia. Plus Sarah Hadland, best known for playing Miranda Hart's side kick Stevie Sutton talks about the show's Christmas episode. Plus, John Whaite shows us how to give your mince pies a makeover.

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Ethan Hawke: 12-year film could have gone 'south'

I can't really imagine the President watching a movie.

– Ethan Hawke on Barack Obama saying Boyhood is his favourite film of 2014

Hollywood star Ethan Hawke talks about his role in groundbreaking new film Boyhood, which took a whopping 12 years to make and has earned him a Golden Globe nomination.

Ethan, who plays the father of a young boy growing up, said: ''Each year, for 12 years, we got together to film. We changed the time of year. My job was to do a portrait of fatherhood. A person changes a lot, my dad did.

'I wanted to paint a portrait of that transition. I knew that when the director offered me the job it was a job that hadn't been offered before.'

John's Christmas canapés

Whether you need ideas for a night in with friends, or christmas day nibbles these are three of John Whaite’s favourite canapés. They don't need to be complicated to impress people - it’s better to use simple, good quality ingredients.

John's tips for perfect canapes

  • Serve two of each different canapé per person
  • Serve at room temperature, so remove from the fridge a good 30 minutes before serving
  • Don’t do complicated. Simple, good quality ingredients are best