Burnley radio presenter Jordan North left global superstar Billie Eilish feeling stumped after teaching her some northern slang during an interview.

In an interview with Capital Radio, Jordan was speaking to Billie about the release of her third album, Hit Me Hard and Soft.

He also managed to chat to the musician about some of his favourite swear words and northern phrases including ‘put th’wood in th ‘ole’, a northern phrase that Jordan says is one of the “weirdest”.

Billie said: “'Wooden fold'? What is that!? You guys are not real, that’s how I feel about Canadians and Brits.”

Jordan, a co-host of Capital Breakfast alongside Chris Stark and Sian Welby, said: “It means shut the door.”

Jordan, 34, also taught Billie about the meaning of ‘butty’ and his favourite swear word.

He said: “I really like a sandwich too but we call it a butty… a chip butty. You call them French Fries but we call them chips.

“We say gobs****. If someone said they are a complete and utter gob***** it means they talk rubbish.”

The interview has been watched by more than 15,000 people on YouTube.

One commenter said: “That is not an English lesson that is a northern lesson.”

Another said: “That's what you get when you put Billie Eilish together with a northerner.”

A third commenter said: “Hearing Billie Eilish try to repeat butty in a northern accent was not on my bingo card for today.”

“I loved this interview and Billie,” said another. “So glad to be alive during her time to shine.”