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Sunday, 20 February 2011

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Jamie's New Ingredient In Biology Lesson

Jamie Oliver has faced criticism over a biology programme which he has made in which Sir Robert Winston asked two teenage boys to provide a sperm sample.

All hell has broken out over this educational programme which is aimed at helping teenagers who have given up on schooling to be have renewed interest in education.

In the episode which has caused controversy Winston had previously asked parental permission, two weeks before the filmed programme, for the boys to produce a sperm sample to be used in the biology programme.

When the boys returned to the lab the children viewed the sperm sample under the microscope. The kids loved looking at the sperm under the microscope and watching it 'swimming around'. "Blimey" said one teenage girl, "You could be a sperm donor and help old geezers out like Rod Stewart and Elton John.

Jamie has opened a new sideline and has started marketing 'Fresh Teenage Sperm' online; all proceeds of this venture will go into his 'healthy eating' for schools project. He commented the healthier you eat the better the quality of your fertility.

Family planning groups are said to be worried that Jamie is encouraging youngsters into sexual activity and they have bombarded his London office with a multiple delivery of boxes of condoms for the pupils of inner city schools.

Jamie said, "I don't know what all the fuss is about, Sir Robert Winston is a 'pukka geezer' and he is a wonderful teacher of science". He has also recruited Cherie Blair and Alastair Campbells for teachers in his new academy and is hoping to help youngsters to give education another chance and not give up on their GCSE'S. Said Jamie yesterday, "I just want to ignite renewed interest in education and I don't want kids from these bog standard schools to be let down by the system." The kids enjoyed his flame grilled chicken and cheese and broccoli bake. Jamie was pleased that the kids were eaten the free food that had been provided instead of bulking up on cheap fried chicken and chips from the other eateries in the area.

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