Countdown's Anne-Marie shares key advice from Rachel Riley 'Get that done'

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#Countdown star Anne-Marie shares key advice from Rachel Riley 'Get that done'

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Countdown star Anne-Marie shares key advice from Rachel Riley 'Get that done'

COUNTDOWN 'S Anne-Marie Imafidon has admitted she's turned to her predecessor Rachel Riley for advice on presenting the long-running Channel 4 show.

Steph continued:"So how do you get your brain to work that way?" Anne-Marie smiled:"Practise is number one and memorising your 75 times table.Winner of Best Celestial Glow in the Wallpaper* Design Awards 2022, Danish architect Anne Boysen created the ‘Moonsetter’ floor lamp for Louis Poulsen, inspired by the moon A design that ‘invites play and exploration’, the ‘Moonsetter’ lamp by Anne Boysen for Louis Poulsen is based on the Danish architect’s fascination with light and space.Sophie Freeman Thursday January 13 2022, 12.Thu 13 Jan 2022 18.

  "That was one of the things Rachel was like, 'Just get that done and you'll be fine." The programme cut to a clip of Anne-Marie working out a mathematical equation on an episode of Countdown. ‘I was at my desk one night when I suddenly saw it: a ray of moonlight shone through a gap in the curtains,’ recalls Boysen.  Countdown: Anne-Marie detailed the difficulties of her role on the Channel 4 show (Image: CHANNEL 4 ) Steph's Packed Lunch: Steph McGovern had a candid chat with Rachel's replacement Anne-Marie (Image: CHANNEL 4 ) Anne-Marie added:"But I think you also just get into a rhythm, so that was fine and that's probably the first or second episode in a block of three and we do five every day. People are less aware of the calories they are consuming when they eat from sharing plates, research has found.  "So by the end of it you are kind of in a flow and the numbers start to talk to you and they tell you how it all works. ‘So I asked myself, how do you simplify this, to make the complex simple and intuitive?’  Her design recreates the moonlight effect through LED and mirrored surfaces."  Anne-Marie later explained the role was"fun in a way" but stressed it was still very much a job. It comes after Sunak declined on Wednesday night to hand his full backing to Boris Johnson amid growing public anger over Downing Street parties, with the chancellor using a Twitter post to issue a lukewarm endorsement of the prime minister, fuelling intense speculation among Tories over his own leadership ambitions.

  "Like, it's six things at the same time, I'm having to check their answers, I'm having to write it legibly, I'm also having to move," she added. ‘I believe we learn and experience life best through our senses,’ says Boysen. “When we see food on a shared plate, we still understand how many calories we are consuming, but we do not think that those calories will impact our waistline,” Dr Nükhet Taylor, the lead author of the study and an assistant professor of marketing at Ryerson University in.  DON'T MISS.. ‘My mission has been to create an object that is interesting both when the light is switched on or off.. .  The lamp’s design follows Boysen’s creative ethos and her interest in simplifying technically complex forms into something intuitive and playful, so that, she explains, ‘everyone can understand the concept of light and spaciousness’. You don’t want to do a [Michael] Heseltine.

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Steph continued:"So how do you get your brain to work that way?" Anne-Marie smiled:"Practise is number one and memorising your 75 times table.Winner of Best Celestial Glow in the Wallpaper* Design Awards 2022, Danish architect Anne Boysen created the ‘Moonsetter’ floor lamp for Louis Poulsen, inspired by the moon A design that ‘invites play and exploration’, the ‘Moonsetter’ lamp by Anne Boysen for Louis Poulsen is based on the Danish architect’s fascination with light and space.Sophie Freeman Thursday January 13 2022, 12.Thu 13 Jan 2022 18.

  "That was one of the things Rachel was like, 'Just get that done and you'll be fine." The programme cut to a clip of Anne-Marie working out a mathematical equation on an episode of Countdown. ‘I was at my desk one night when I suddenly saw it: a ray of moonlight shone through a gap in the curtains,’ recalls Boysen.  Countdown: Anne-Marie detailed the difficulties of her role on the Channel 4 show (Image: CHANNEL 4 ) Steph's Packed Lunch: Steph McGovern had a candid chat with Rachel's replacement Anne-Marie (Image: CHANNEL 4 ) Anne-Marie added:"But I think you also just get into a rhythm, so that was fine and that's probably the first or second episode in a block of three and we do five every day. People are less aware of the calories they are consuming when they eat from sharing plates, research has found.  "So by the end of it you are kind of in a flow and the numbers start to talk to you and they tell you how it all works. ‘So I asked myself, how do you simplify this, to make the complex simple and intuitive?’  Her design recreates the moonlight effect through LED and mirrored surfaces."  Anne-Marie later explained the role was"fun in a way" but stressed it was still very much a job. It comes after Sunak declined on Wednesday night to hand his full backing to Boris Johnson amid growing public anger over Downing Street parties, with the chancellor using a Twitter post to issue a lukewarm endorsement of the prime minister, fuelling intense speculation among Tories over his own leadership ambitions.

  "Like, it's six things at the same time, I'm having to check their answers, I'm having to write it legibly, I'm also having to move," she added. ‘I believe we learn and experience life best through our senses,’ says Boysen. “When we see food on a shared plate, we still understand how many calories we are consuming, but we do not think that those calories will impact our waistline,” Dr Nükhet Taylor, the lead author of the study and an assistant professor of marketing at Ryerson University in.  DON'T MISS.. ‘My mission has been to create an object that is interesting both when the light is switched on or off.. .  The lamp’s design follows Boysen’s creative ethos and her interest in simplifying technically complex forms into something intuitive and playful, so that, she explains, ‘everyone can understand the concept of light and spaciousness’. You don’t want to do a [Michael] Heseltine.