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Last night the BBC spokesman confirmed the mix-up, saying: ‘There was a case of mistaken identity involving someone who lived at the same address and used the same vehicle as the man we were trying to put questions to.
But it turned out the crew, led by presenter Richard Bilton, had actually been following the man’s twin brother all week.Sculptor Antony Gormley is to receive a knighthood, Met Office chief scientist Professor Julia Slingo will become a dame and broadcaster Nicholas Parsons and actor Michael Crawford will both receive CBEs. For services to Cartography and voluntary service to the National Autistic Society and the Boys' Brigade. Life president, Federation for Detached Youth Work, Leicester and Chair of Trustees, Belvedere Community Activity Centre, Liverpool. (Liverpool, Merseyside)Professor Robin Anthony Jeffery Eady. For services to the Unemployed and the community in Epsom, Surrey. General Practitioner and Medical director, Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People.Other women on the list included entrepreneur Karren Brady, NHS campaigner Julie Bailey and 1969 Wimbledon winner Ann Jones, who will all receive CBEs. Head, London 2012 Games Team, Health and Safety Executive. For services to Palliative Care for Children and Young People. (Nailsworth, Gloucestershire)Andrew William Dilnot, CBE. Chairman, UK Statistics Authority and warden, Nuffield College, University of Oxford. Executive headteacher, Harton Technology College, Jarrow School, South Tyneside and Academy 360, Sunderland. (Cleadon, Tyne and Wear)Professor Malcolm John Grant, CBE.
This was not a short-term project – it was the culmination of nearly a month’s work.‘The final programme had no shots of the stalker because the crew didn’t have any footage of him, only his twin brother.’ A Lancashire police spokesman said: ‘On January 22 a man reported being followed from the end of his road to the police station.‘He said they had filmed him and asked him questions about a court case that was ongoing but that it was a case of mistaken identity.‘Officers spoke to the crew who were causing the man stress.