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The Songs

Ed Petrie and Iain Stirling take in the sights of Dubai, and introduce some of the best songs from the series packed into one singalong show.


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Are you ready for an amazing musical adventure?

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Then join Ed Petrie...

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HE IMITATES A MONKEY

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..and his CBBC mates for a bonkers song and dance around...

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Asia! Asia! Asia!

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Ed and Iain are your superstar DJs...

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-Yeehaw!

-Woo!

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..so press play on the world's silliest playlist and we can go...

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# All over the place

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# All over the place

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# North, south, east, west On a bizarre quest

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# Me and my mates, all over the place!

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# It's true what you've heard, everything is absurd

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# Whatever we do is strange but true!

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# All over the place

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# All over the place

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# There's stuff to do in Asia that is totally ace

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-# And it turns up...

-# ..all over the place! #

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# We've come to look at architecture

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# Here in the UAE

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# There's buildings you just don't expect, yeah

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# In Dubai and Abu Dhabi

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# Checking out some building bling

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# Build it, build it They like to build it, build it

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# They like to build it, build it They like to...

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# Great piece of engineering

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# Build it, build it They like to build it, build it

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# They like to build it, build it

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# Let's take a look around the city here

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# In Abu Dhabi is the Capital Gate

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# Is it me or is that building not straight?

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# Fear not, it's supposed to be like that, mate

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# It's got a reinforced core

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# Wow!

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# I bet building this sure wasn't easy

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# Leans even more than the Tower Of Pisa

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# Being in it would make me feel queasy

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# Meanwhile, in another city there's...

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# A skyscraper that really catches the eye

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# A vertical maze right here in Dubai

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# Styled by Adrian Fisher, famous maze guy

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# The balconies create a puzzle

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# Built from natural stone and incrust golden pyrite

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# The facade is covered in LED lights

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# That display all different colours at night

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# Checking out some building bling

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# Build it, build it They like to build it, build it

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# They like to build it, build it

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# They like to...

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# Great piece of engineering

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# Build it, build it They like to build it, build it

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# They like to build it, build it

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# Check this hotel in the city D

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# Burj Al Arab is probably the best yet

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# With its distinctive sail-shaped silhouette

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# Seven-star luxury is what you get

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-# It's built on a man-made island...

-To

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# Stop the Burj Al Arab wobbling round

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# Concrete piles were driven into the ground

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# They keep it in place even in loose sand

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# And here's the office of the future

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# The first functional 3-D printed building

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# Hang on, this was printed

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# Are you kidding?

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# And this is only just the beginning

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# Dubai wants to print lots more buildings

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# Wow

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# Imagine having to buy that much ink

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# It doesn't quite work that way, I don't think

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# They used different materials to print

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# Checking out some building bling

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# Build it, build it They like to build it, build it

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# They like to build it, build it

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# They like to...

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# Great piece of engineering

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# Build it, build it They like to build it, build it

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# They like to build it, build it

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# They like to...build it. #

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Oh, I love a good boat ride.

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I've got loads of great photos, I've got you looking sick,

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you looking really sick, you hanging over the side.

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Ed, Ed, Ed, it's our last day in Asia

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and you said we were going to spend it in Dubai.

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We are in Dubai.

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No, Dubai's over there.

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It's the best modern city, it's got the Burj Khalifa,

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the tallest building in the world.

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Oh, yeah, I've got a picture of us at the top of that.

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You look well sick.

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Iain, there's more to Dubai than tall buildings and fancy hotels.

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I'm going to show you the real Dubai.

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The old Dubai, which is even more amazing.

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OK, I'm listening.

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Well, take these abras for instance.

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They've been ferrying people across the Dubai Creek for years.

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Yeah, away from all the cool, modern stuff.

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I'm going to show you that when it comes to a place,

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the old stuff is the best stuff.

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Like the Great Wall of China that Naomi and me visited,

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that's really old.

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# I'm a generic Mongolian marauder

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# Just looking for trouble by the Chinese border

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# I want to make my way into their territory

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# But there's just one thing that's stopping me

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# As you can tell by my nice attire

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# I'm an emperor of the Chinese Empire

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# And thanks to a plan from our warlords

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# We found a way to stop these Mongol hordes

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# We're going to build a wall Let's do it

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# I've got to find a way to get through it

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# The Great Wall of China

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# As walls go, there's nothing finer

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# Conceived in the 3rd century BC

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# And most of it built during the Ming Dynasty

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# The Great Wall of China

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# As walls go, there's nothing finer

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# Over 2,000 years to complete construction

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# It's got to be said It's quite an obstruction

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# Along the walls, towers are dotted

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# So barbarian raiders can be spotted

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# Its average height's eight metres tall

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# It really is proving a most troublesome wall

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# There are battlements on either side

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# And several of the towers vary in style

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# The slope and width depend on terrain

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# Getting over it's proving to be quite a pain!

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# The solution to our problem we found it

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# And it's much too far to go round it

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# The Great Wall of China

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# As walls go, there's nothing finer

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# I've discovered on closer inspection

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# It's not one wall, it's a collection

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# The Great Wall of China

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# As walls go, there's nothing finer

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# The mortar was mixed with sticky rice

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# That may well be true, yet it doesn't taste nice

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# The wall was breached by some enemies

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# The Manchu Qing who replaced the Ming Dynasty

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# Marched through the Shanhai Pass in 1664

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# Looks like someone forgot to close the door!

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# The Great Wall of China

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# As walls go, there's nothing finer

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# 9,000 kilometres from east to west

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# Of all the great walls, this is the best... #

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Arrgh!

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# The Great Wall of China

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# As walls go, there's nothing finer

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# An architectural marvel, an amazing place

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# Despite what you've heard, you can't see it from space. #

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Ha-ha-ha-ha!

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Right, Iain, here we are in the Al Fahidi district of Dubai.

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It's like stepping out of a time machine.

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Ed, I've been in loads of time machines.

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Well, I've been in none.

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But how is this like that?

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Well, this area was built in the 1900s by merchants

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and it's barely changed in 100 years.

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Precious stones, souvenirs,

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there's all sorts of things you can haggle over.

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Haggling? I am great at haggling. Watch this.

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-How much is this?

-100.

-Oh, I know your game.

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200 dirhams.

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300 dirhams.

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400 dirhams, final offer. Thank you.

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Thankfully, Lauren and I did a lot better when we visited

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the floating market in Thailand.

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# Ready to go shopping, have you got the list?

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# There's quite a lot on it, hope there's nothing you've missed

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# I thought that we were going to shop in Bangkok

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# Instead it seems we're stood by a canal-side dock

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# Well spotted, Ed, I've brought you to Damnoen Saduak

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# We're going shoppin' here, OK, there's no turnin' back

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# A traditional market, but one thing worth noting

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-# Can you spot what it is?

-# Hang on, it's floating!

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# This is such an amazing place

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# To do your shopping

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# Shop till you're dropping

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# There's so much to get There's so much to get

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# This is such an amazing place

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# To do some haggling

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# Come on, get paddling

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# There's so much to get, there's so much to get

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# Vendors travel in their boats from miles around

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# Whatever you're after, I'm sure it can be found

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# Boats jammed full of produce are lining the banks

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# I'll have a bunch of coconuts, please. Thanks!

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# Oranges, grapefruit, mango and cabbage

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# That's quite a lot of stuff, Ed You sure you can manage?

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# Onions, grapes, bananas and beans

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# Got to make sure you get your five a day greens

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# This is such an amazing place

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# To do your shopping

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# Shop till you're dropping

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# There's so much to get, there's so much to get

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# This is such an amazing place

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# It's got me thinking

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# Hang on, are we sinking?!

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# Think we're getting wet! Think we're getting wet! #

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Mm.

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-Do I need this coffee! I'm exhausted.

-Exactly.

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It's all that sightseeing we've been doing.

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We've been to the carpet shop, then went down to the road

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to the carpet shop and then there was the, erm...

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-Carpet shop.

-Exactly. It has been nonstop.

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Well, luckily in the Arabic world,

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coffee is considered a gesture of welcome and hospitality

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so it would be rude not to stop.

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In fact, this coffee museum

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celebrates different coffee-drinking cultures through the ages.

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Well, it goes right through me. One cup...

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(and I need the loo.)

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-Oh, sorry, you've got to drink three.

-What?!

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It's a local Bedouin tradition.

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It's only polite to drink exactly three cups.

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-Any more or less is rude.

-OK.

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I can do this.

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At least it's not a weird tradition,

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not like the one Jonny and I saw in Japan.

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-Ed, I need to go to the toilet.

-Oh.

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By the way, there's a massive queue.

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This song's all about Namahage. You all right, Iain?

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I don't want to talk about it.

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# One way or another

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# We're gonna find out

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# Cos I've heard that they're really, really scary

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# They're called Namahage

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# We're gonna see them

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# And I've heard that they're really, really hairy

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# One way or another

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# We're going to hear them

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# Cos they say that they're really, really shouty

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# One way or another

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# They're gonna be here

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# I wish that we'd gone outy, outy, outy

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# Dressed in straw and a mask

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# They burst in

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# To your house to ask

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# What's been going o-o-on...? #

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Argh!

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# Here come Namahage

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# They wanna find out

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# To find out if we have been misbehaving

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# Here come Namahage

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# They wanna found out

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# To find out if we have been disobeying

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# Here come Namahage

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# They're gonna sit down

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# Sit down and have a talk to Mum or Daddy

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# Here come Namahage

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# They're gonna find out

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# To find out if we have been good or baddy

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# From their mountain they look

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# And write down

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# In their secret book

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# What's been going o-o-on... #

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Grr!

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# Nama, Nama, Nama, Namahage

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# Nama, Nama, Nama, Namahage

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# They're offered food and a traditional drink

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# Their visit causes the locals to think

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# They ponder the passing of the year

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# They're a force for good Not something to fear

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# They're orange and they're shrouded in mystery

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# Some say they are monsters, some say deities

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# It's believed they chase bad spirits away

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# When they leave, it's time to celebrate New Year's Day

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# There go Namahage

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# They came to find out

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# To find out if we have been working, working

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# There go Namahage

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# They'd be annoyed if

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# They found out that we have been shirking, shirking

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# There go Namahage

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# Until next year

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# We promise that we'll try to toe the line

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# There go Namahage

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# I think that next year... #

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We'll stick to Auld Lang Syne.

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GUITAR PLAYS AULD LANG SYNE

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NAMAHAGE ROARS

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# On the island of Hokaido

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# From about the end of June

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# You can witness this extraordinary sight

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# That's when the lavender's in bloom

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# Tomita Farm covers 12 hectares

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# By the Tokachi mountain range

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# In several fields with all varieties of flowers

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# You can watch the colours change

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# Let us take you down

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# Cos we're going to

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# Irodori Field

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# It's quite surreal

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# It will take your breath away

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# Because it looks like a rainbow

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# Lavender has many uses

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# From flavouring food through to perfume

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# It was used by ancient Romans in their baths

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# And in World War I to heal wounds

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# Let us take you down

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# Cos we're going to

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# Lavender fields

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# It's the real deal

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# Every shade of purple here

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# Even a lavender tractor... #

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This is fascinating, isn't it, Iain?

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You're telling me, Ed.

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This is the perfect place to play Arabic marbles.

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I don't think that's a very good idea.

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This is part of the old Dubai wall.

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Really? Looks like the perfect place to play marbles.

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Go on, Ed, just one game.

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It's an archaeological site.

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It's the last remaining remnant of the wall

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built to defend the city in 1800.

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You can't play marbles next to it.

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It's already fallen down. What's it even made of?

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Interestingly, it's made of coral and crushed seashells.

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Now it's returning to the sand.

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Quite poetic in a way.

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Go on, Ed, just one game.

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(I won't tell anyone if you don't.)

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No, I'm not interested. I prefer cricket, which,

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as Michelle and I found out,

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is surprisingly popular in Sri Lanka.

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Play the clip.

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-# Well, who'd have..

-Thought

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-# The most popular...

-Sport

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# Was cricket? And Sri Lanka are great

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-# For quite a small...

-Nation

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-# With a tiny...

-Population

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# They always punch above their weight

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-# Kids play it in the...

-Street

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-# Kids play it on the...

-Beach

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# They play it almost anywhere

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-# And this is the...

-Reason

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-# They do well every...

-Season

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# And produce players with great flair, oh, yeah!

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# When Muralitharan began his bowling run

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# The batsman would quake with fear

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# The Sri Lankan bowler knocked 800 over

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# In a stunning international career

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# You can't call it luck when he won the World Cup

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# With Sri Lanka back in '96

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# But enough of this chatting, time to show off my batting

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# And my cricket-related tricks

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# I'll teach you to...

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# Bowl this way

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# Bat this way

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# Throw this way

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# And catch this way

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# Do you know the rules? Learned them all at school

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# Cos it's very easy to go wrong

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# I don't need you to show, I'm not stupid, you know

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# I'll pick it up as I go along

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# It's not as easy as it seems

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# There are two teams

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# One bats, one fields and they swap

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# And the point of cricket, to defend your wicket

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# Knock 'em over is the bowler's job

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# Like this!

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# You have to stand in front of these things called stumps

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# And the bowler delivers the ball

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# Then I have to hit that using this wooden bat?

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# Sounds easy, is that all?

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# Though I'm just a beginner, I'm a natural winner

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# Well, we'll soon see about that

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# What do you think about this? #

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'She'll probably miss.

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'Oh, that's gone for a six.'

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Howzat!

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# Bowl this way

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# Bat this way

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# Throw this way

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# And catch this way

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# Let's have a break in the club cafe

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# It's full of memorabilia

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# Established by James and Gabrielle Wright

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# From Melbourne in Australia

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# There's a signpost here that tells you how near

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# You are to famous cricket grounds

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# If you're in Colombo, pop in and say hello

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# It's a jolly nice place to look around

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# Bowl this way

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# Bat this way

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# Throw this way

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# And catch this way

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# You have to say

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# I'm not bad, eh?

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# I learned to play in just one day. #

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Beginner's luck.

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Iain, we can't come to old town Dubai without talking about wind.

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Sorry, Ed, I had falafel for lunch.

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No, I meant these wind towers,

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otherwise known as barjeels.

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They were built sometimes five metres above the houses

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and they're used to keep them cool.

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I love this. Here comes the science-y bit.

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So, what happens is the warm, outside air is sucked naturally

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into the towers where it cools and is funnelled to the rooms below.

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It's the world's oldest form of air conditioning.

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(I read that on a plaque.)

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Well, if you like structures like this,

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you're going to love the water well that Chris and I visited in India.

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Oh, I could go a glass of water, Ed. I am parched!

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Maybe not this water.

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# In Abhaneri, which is near Jaipur

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# Is this amazing place, but what's it for?

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# Well, listen up, there's a tale to tell

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# Of the incredible Chand Baori stepwell

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# A structure built into the ground

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# At the bottom of which, water can be found

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# Built by King Chanda, no less

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# And you'll find it in the city of brightness

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# Hey, Ed, hey, Ed, no more waiting

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-# Let's get down there

-Is that wise?

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# Maybe, maybe we could treat it as a form of exercise

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# It was built way back in the 9th century

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# During the time of the Nikumbha dynasty

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# But there is just one thing we haven't mentioned yet

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# If we wanna take a look we've got to use those steps

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# Listen to me!

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BOTH: # Step left, step right

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# Just copy me, all right?

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# Down the steps

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# Have a drink

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# Fill the jug

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# Take a swim

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# You gotta climb those steps!

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# Wash your clothes

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# Have a chat

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# Say a prayer

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-# Then head back

-You gotta climb those steps!

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# To find the water they had to dig deep

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# Over 3,000 steps, it's pretty steep

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# How far you went down varied through the year

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# In the rainy season, water could be up to here

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# It's five degrees cooler when you make it down

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# Well, we are 13 storeys below the ground

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# You can't drink it any more! That's bad luck

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# To make it worse, we've got to get back up

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# Hey, Ed, hey, Ed, could we have a rest in that pavilion?

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# I don't think so

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# It was built for royals, not civilians

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# We gotta keep on climbing till we reach the top

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# I'm not sure I can make it and I'm fit to drop

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# If we want to tone our thighs and quadriceps

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# We've got to take a deep breath

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# Chris, and start to climb these steps

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# Listen to me!

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# Step left, step right

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# Just copy me, all right?

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# Down the steps

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# Have a drink

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# Fill the jug

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-# Take a swim

-You gotta climb those steps!

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# Wash your clothes

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# Have a chat

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# Say a prayer

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# Then head back

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# You gotta climb those steps!

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# Step left, step right

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# Or we'll be here all night

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# I've tried my best

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# I've got to stop for a rest. #

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# Kathakali is an old Keralan dance-drama

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# Entertaining Indians for centuries

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# Katha means story and kali means play

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# And we're attempting to learn it in a day?

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# It usually takes 13 years

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# So let's see

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# You tell the story using your facial expressions

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# Using muscles that you didn't know you had

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# There's nine emotions to convey

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# You can't speak, just use your face

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# I can just about pull off happy and sad

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# And they have to make us up

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# Hope you've not got plans It takes several hours

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# So many colours to choose

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# To make these pigments natural substances I used

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# And they have to dress us up

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# There's different characters ranging from good to evil

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# That's all that you need to know

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# If you're getting ready for the Kathakali show

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# You have to learn an elaborate sign language

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# Called Mudras, it has its own alphabet

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# And to enhance its clarity

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# Some characters have nails of steel

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# Are you ready to do this, Ed?

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# Not quite yet

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# Cos they have to make us up

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# And I have to say, it's a real improvement

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# Made from paste and paper shapes

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# Draws the attention to the eyes and inner face

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# And they have to dress us up

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# In elaborate costumes and headdresses

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# That's all that you need to know

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# And now we're ready, time to do our thing, let's go! #

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-Sh.

-(Sorry).

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Shhhhh!

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Right, what have we got for lunch in Dubai?

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Camel kebabs, camel biryani, camel steaks...

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-Ooh, camel...

-Hey-ey-ey, whoa.

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One, we are not eating Kenny the camel, OK?

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Two, give me as many camel facts as you can

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while I finish this milkshake.

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What? Oh, a camel can go for five days without water.

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A camel can run nearly 64km an hour.

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And, er... A camel's hump does not contain water as some people think

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but fat which it uses as a food reserve!

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Well-played, young Petrie.

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Oh, by the way, that was made with camel milk.

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What? It's got more vitamin C, protein and iron than cow's milk.

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No?

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Still got the hump?

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Ha! Camel joke - HUMP.

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Shhh!

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Sorry, sorry.

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Reminds me of when me and Vic went to that park in Japan,

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that was pretty quiet too.

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Well, apart from the Elvis impersonators.

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And the cosplayers.

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And the samurai.

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# Come on down to Yoyogi Take a chance, chance, chance

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# Things might look a bit strange at first glance, glance, glance

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# But hang out with the greasers and just dance, dance, dance

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# Or throw some shapes in a samurai stance, stance, stance

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# You can't beat Yoyogi

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# In Tokyo

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# You can't beat Yoyogi

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# You just got to go

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# This place has quite a history

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# It was a parade ground used by the military

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# Back in the day, it was the site

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# Of Japan's first powered aircraft flight

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# And it hosted the Olympics back in 1964

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# Has there ever been a park that has been used so much before?

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# There's over 100 acres if you're fancying a jog

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# Or just come and browse the street art

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# Or simply walk your dog

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# Here in the park, anything goes

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# See fashionistas in all kind of clothes

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# Every weekend people put on their shows

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# Just imagine

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# Just imagine

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# Just imagine

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# Come and join a session of t'ai chi, chi, chi

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# Improve your fitness, strength and flexibility

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# Street musicians everywhere you go, go, go

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# Performers dressed up in a kimono-no-no

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# You can't beat Yoyogi

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# Come on down to Yoyogi Take a chance, chance, chance

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# I guarantee your life will be enhanced-hanced-hanced

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# You can't beat Yoyogi

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# I'll go and get my superhero pants, pants, pants

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# You'll have to warn the viewers in advance-vance-vance

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# You can't beat Yoyogi

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# I love being in Yoyogi

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# You can't beat Yoyogi

0:26:290:26:31

# I love being in Yoyogi

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# You can't beat Yoyogi. #

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Yeah, turns out that park wasn't so peaceful after all.

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Not like this place.

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Yeah. Can you believe, Ed,

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Dubai is surrounded by desert but to build their office blocks

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and hotels, they've still got to ship sand in from overseas?

0:26:460:26:49

-What?

-Yeah, apparently this stuff, too salty to build on.

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Oh.

0:26:530:26:54

-Gutted!

-Gutted!

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Well, anyway, mate, I love modern Dubai but I've got to admit,

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the old parts of town were really nice.

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Well, you can't get much older than the desert

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and where better to end the series?

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The sun, the sand and a peaceful journey home.

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Yeah, about that...

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There are some parts of modern life that are a little bit better.

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-Yeehaw!

-Woo!

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ENGINE REVS

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BOTH: Woohoo!

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And don't worry, viewers,

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-we'll be back for our tour of Asia part two next year!

-Great!

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Ed, where are the brakes on these things?!

0:27:280:27:31

I don't know, Iain! It looks like we're going...

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BOTH: All over the place!

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Ahhh!

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You've been watching the songs on All Over The Place Asia!

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HORN HONKS

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Ed Petrie and Iain Stirling take in the sights of Dubai, and introduce some of the best songs from the series packed into one singalong show.

They kick the exclusive playlist off with their own musical tour of Dubai's fantastic buildings, including a working 3D-printed office. Then they visit the Great Wall of China, shop at a floating market in Thailand, meet some scary Japanese Namahage monsters, wander among lavender fields in Japan, play some cricket in Sri Lanka, step into a stepwell and then try out some traditional Kathakali dancing in India, and then back to Japan for a dance around a very special park.

Ed is joined on this bonkers musical trip by Iain Stirling, Naomi Wilkinson, Lauren Layfield, Johny Pitts, Cel Spellman, Michelle Ackerley, Chris Johnson, Inel Tomlinson and Victoria Cook - there's stuff to do in Asia that is totally ace and it turns up All Over The Place!