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Batman and Extreme Cheese

Love is in the air on this week's Blue Peter, with a romantic performance from Gabrielle Aplin. Plus a chat with Lego Batman himself.


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-Roses are red.

-Violets are blue.

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On today's show...

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Lindsey goes caving for cheese, Radzi meets Lego Batman,

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and Gabrielle Aplin does her latest single, Miss You.

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Kind of works as a poem, doesn't it?

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Don't know if it did work. It did rhyme, though.

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-Sounds like a good show.

-Right.

-It is.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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-Hello!

-Hello!

-Hello! Hello, hello, hello.

-Hi!

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Welcome to live Blue Peter.

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Valentine's Day is around the corner,

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which means this show is all about...

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..loooove.

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-OK, Rad, stop.

-That was a bit weird.

-That's a lot.

-But it's true,

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it's true, love IS in the air,

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you can hear it courtesy of today's guest, Gabrielle Aplin.

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Isn't it beautiful? If you think her playing's good,

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wait 'till you hear her sing, later.

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-Yeah.

-It's like sitting in a bath of melted chocolate.

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-True!

-You smiled, then.

-There's loads coming up on today's show,

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but don't just take my word for it,

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I'm going to hand over to the star of

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the brand-new Lego Batman movie.

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It's Will Arnett.

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-GROWLING:

-Coming up in today's show -

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Lindsey's set an extreme cheese challenge in a cave.

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Sounds grate!

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We show you how to make the cutest Valentine's card gross.

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And in Blue Peter's greatest ever moment in history,

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me...

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Batman.

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# Nah-nah, nah-nah, nah-nah, nah-nah...

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# Batman! #

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-IN GRUFF BATMAN VOICE:

-We'll also be playing Spot Shelley,

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she is the master of disguises.

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Where is she? Nobody knows.

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-That's actually not too bad.

-That was quite good, in fairness.

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-Well done, Rad.

-APPLAUSE

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-By the way, I already found Shelley. She's right there.

-Doesn't count.

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OK. Right, then, let's talk about our Red Nose Day Totaliser, shall we?

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-Walk this way. We've got some lovely shots we need to look at.

-Let's go.

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Look at it in all of its glory.

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The idea is for us to capture as many jokes as we can,

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and chuck them into the Totaliser to give us a big total.

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Now, we smashed the total in the first week,

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-how are we doing thus far, Radz?

-Let's find out!

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DRUMROLL

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-Here we go.

-The number of jokes sent into Blue Peter is...

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Yay!

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-1794, to be precise.

-Wow!

-Loads!

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Wow! Crew, make some noise, that's pretty good!

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CHEERING

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But you know what? Guys at home, I think you can do even better,

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we want even more jokes sent in.

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And let us know what you're doing this year

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for Comic Relief and Red Nose Day.

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-There's two ways to get involved, Barney.

-Yes, there are.

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Oh, I've got my own shot. Hello. I love it when this happens.

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It's all about me, darlings.

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So this is the Comedy Classroom form,

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download it from the website and fill it in.

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We want three original jokes, please,

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that's three jokes that you've made up.

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Get them in and Miranda Hart and Richard Curtis

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will actually be judging them,

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to see which one they think is the best.

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It could get read out on the Red Nose Day special, in March.

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You've got 'till the 28th February to get these in, please.

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Hurry up! Thank you very much. Don't forget, if you want inspiration,

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-check out Peter Kay as well, he knows his stuff.

-Ooh, yes.

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One of my favourite interviews I've ever done in, well, 67 years.

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LAUGHTER

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Or option number two,

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you can download this form, print it out, and write in there

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three of your favourite jokes.

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If that, my friends, is more up your strasse.

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Someone who's done just that is Tiffany, check this out.

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She's filled her form out, there's rainbows, there's pink.

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-Barney, you've got a colourful beard.

-I like it.

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I'll be doing that next week.

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And she's written out her top three favourite jokes.

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I'm not going to tell them. Tiffany, it's over to you.

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-Tell your joke.

-Nice.

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Knock, knock.

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ALL: Who's there?

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Little old lady.

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ALL: Little old lady who?

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I didn't know you could yodel!

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LAUGHTER AND CHEERING

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SHE YODELS

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-That's a good joke.

-Very good. Lol.

-It made me lol.

-Yeah, lol.

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What about Meshari, though? How funny is he? Let's have a look.

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What's the difference between a guitar and a fish?

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You can't TUNA fish.

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Really good. Tune a fish.

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And back in 1992, that was my hair as well.

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Now, though, let's talk about deadlines,

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because the deadline for sending in your jokes

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is Wednesday 22nd of March,

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the day after, on the Thursday, will be our Red Nose Day special,

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and there'll be maximum lol-age.

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-So just for good measure, let's have one more joke.

-OK.

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Aimee, you're a genius. Watch this.

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What do you call cheese that isn't yours?

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Nacho cheese!

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CHEERING

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Really nice. Very good.

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That reminds me, cheese.

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Cheese. I absolutely adore it,

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so when I found out I was doing a film about cheese,

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I couldn't BRIE happier.

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OK. So why, may you ask, am I starting a film about cheese

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outside a cave in Somerset?

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Well, all is going to be revealed,

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but first I need to head about 45 miles that way,

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to Dorset.

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This is Ford Farm,

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and I'm here because we need to go back to the beginning

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and find out how cheese is made.

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Nice hairnet, Lindz.

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So, where do we start? With milk, of course.

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Meet Martin, a cheese-making expert.

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Hello, Martin, I am here

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and I am ready to milk some cows.

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Let's do this.

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We've already done that, so we'll crack on and make some cheese today.

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Right. Yes. I knew that!

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Hands washed and sanitised,

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we are good to go.

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Oh, my goodness, is that milk?

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We fill the tanks with milk.

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This is now curds and whey.

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-So that's why there's kind of little bits in it?

-Yeah.

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When a special ingredient is added to milk,

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it splits into curds and whey.

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Curds are the solid bits, and whey is the liquid.

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The curds and whey are now being drained and separated.

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It's foaming, it's hot.

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It is hot. It is 40 degrees.

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Once most of the whey has been drained,

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it's time to cheddar the curds.

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-So the idea is we cut it with a knife.

-Yeah.

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And then we roll the loaf over.

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Oh, right.

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-And that's cheddaring?

-And that's cheddaring.

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-And that's why it's called cheddar cheese.

-Absolutely.

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You cut, I'll roll.

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Oh, it's quite heavy, isn't it?

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Oh, it's really hot

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It's like wet, hot, scrambled egg.

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And it's really heavy.

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How long do you just keep doing this for?

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-About two hours.

-Two hours?!

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Get strong. It's a good workout, cheddaring.

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After cutting and turning the curds into blocks,

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all our hard work is undone by this machine

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which breaks it up again into small pieces,

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to make sure that the cheese gets an even scattering of salt.

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The curds are then are put into moulds to be pressed into shape.

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-So these are the moulds.

-OK.

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-So, now, we tip the curds in.

-Oh, and then it all gets pressed down?

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And then press them down into it to make the shape.

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Still wouldn't want to eat this in a sandwich, would you?

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'After four hours of being pressed, our cheese is carefully...

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'Yeah, very carefully...'

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Come on, cheese!

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'..taken out and covered with a layer of lard,

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'to protect it from drying out.'

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It's like a proper Blue Peter make.

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'It's then wrapped and left to mature for 12 months.'

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Quite proud of that, Martin. Done.

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'I've just got one more thing on my to-do list.'

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I feel like you can't come to a cheese factory

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and not have a go at driving the cheese around.

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So Martin's let me have a go. I'm in reverse.

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Oh. Oh, I thought it'd go faster.

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Oh, I could drive a forklift all day long.

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This is just great.

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LORRY HORN TOOTS

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Except, I can't.

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Because this cheese doesn't just sit on the farm for 12 months.

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Oh, no.

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Remember the cave from earlier?

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Well, it's about to take centre stage

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because this type of cheese is special.

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To give it a unique, earthy flavour

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it's kept 16 metres underground,

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at the Wookey Hole caves in Somerset,

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and that's exactly where our cheese is heading.

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Mm, cheesy.

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So our cheese is going to take place with the others,

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but as you can see, this is a Blue Peter cheese,

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and on Blue Peter we love a challenge,

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so I want to take this cheese further

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than any cheese has gone before.

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To get our cheese into its home for the year,

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I'm going to take it caving.

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Guys, this is extreme cheese!

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I don't really know what that is, but luckily,

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caving guide Becca is here to help me.

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Hi, how are you doing? Thank you for helping me today.

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Let's do this.

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I'm taking our cheese through some of the ancient tunnels

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and caverns that have only recently been opened,

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so I've wrapped it carefully in a bag.

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That is a tight squeeze.

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SHE GROANS AND STRUGGLES

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It's incredible to think that some of the caves I'm travelling through

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were created 50,000 years ago.

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This cheese had better taste good. I'll tell you that much.

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But caving is only the beginning.

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It turns out I'll do anything for cheese.

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Not just crawling through tunnels.

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So, Becca, what are we doing? I'm scared.

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Lindsey, you're going to do an abseil.

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So when you're ready,

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if you just want to kneel down, and go out to the edge.

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-Let go?

-Let go.

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OK. Oh, my goodness.

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-This is an intense way to store cheese, I've got to say.

-It is.

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We could have just put it in the fridge, you know?

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'This is ridiculous.

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'I'm dangling from a rock face,

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'all for a block of cheddar.'

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Just managed to do an abseil with two kilos of cheese on my back.

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Can't say that every day, can you?

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It doesn't end there.

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Next on our route, traversing,

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which involves making our way across the cave walls,

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clinging to just a rope,

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over a lake.

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This is so tricky.

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There's barely any room to place my feet.

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But...finally...

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After travelling nearly 500m through these beautiful caverns,

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I've finally come to the place where the cheese is going to rest

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for the next 12 months,

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and just through here is cheese chamber expert Tanis.

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-Tanis, hi.

-Oh, hi! Nice to meet you.

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Good to meet you. It is great to be here.

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-How did you get here?

-There's a path just down there.

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'OK, that's a little bit annoying.'

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Oh, right.

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So, whereabouts is my cheese going to go?

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It's going to go right here.

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-Amazing! Shall we get it out?

-Yeah.

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I don't know if it's a bit battered and bruised.

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-No, I'm sure it will be perfect.

-Here we go.

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The moment of truth. It's come a long way.

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There we go.

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Well done!

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Blue Peter cheese!

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So why is it important that it's in here, Tanis?

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It is 11 degrees all year round,

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it has a perfect humidity,

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and it has a nice earthy flavour the caves bring out in it.

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Our BP cheddar will take on those cave-y tastes

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as it matures 16m below the ground for the next year.

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Job done.

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Do you know what? I am actually really proud of that,

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cheese made with my own fair hands.

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That is extreme cheese.

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Do you know what? I'm actually still full from all the cheese

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I ate on that day. A little cheese tummy!

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Does that mean we can go back in a year

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and have a ploughman's in that cave? That'd be amazing, wouldn't it?

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-With our Blue Peter cheese.

-Maybe! Let it mature.

-OK.

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"Which cheese is the cheesiest..."

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was the question I came up with out of the back of that film.

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Fear not, if you have the same question,

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because we answered it yesterday. Radzi, say some words.

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In honour of Aimee, we are having cheese, vs Nacho cheese.

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That's not its official name, we just called it that.

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We essentially ate a lot of cheese. The video evidence is right there.

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There's also evidence of the post you sent in,

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courtesy of the Big Badge Wall.

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# Ba ba-da dah! #

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That's the theme tune.

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-Good.

-Can you do that again, Lindz?

-# Ba ba-da dah! #

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-We're going to incorporate that into next week's show.

-No, let's not.

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Look at the heart which Mila Lily has sent in, you clever thing, you.

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-Aww, look!

-Shelley, Barney, Lindsey, myself,

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and that has earned you your very own silver badge.

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Well done, Mila Lily, coolest name ever!

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That is well nice, yeah, thank you!

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This one's been sent in from Amber.

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Now, Amber makes these tiles, really special tiles,

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for her friends and family, normally.

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She collects bits of tile and stone and sticks them on to tile

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and then sends them to people.

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-It's lovely.

-Aw!

-Amber, well done. Thank you very much.

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You've got yourself your very own green badge.

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Guys, have a look at this from Theo from Reading.

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He was clearly inspired by my awful tackle last week,

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playing American football. Look at me there, my leg looks very bendy.

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I think because I'm running fast.

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There's the ball, I'm going for my first touchdown.

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Theo, you're a legend, you've earned yourself a badge. Well done.

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Please keep your post coming in. Here are the details you need.

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We'd love to hear from you. You're amazing.

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-Let's fill our Badge Wall with more stuff, please.

-Now, boys...

-What?

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Maybe something you like to send in, in the future, is one of these...

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-Not really!

-Your very own Valentine's Day heart.

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It's actually lovely, isn't it?

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-Well, it looks like a normal card it, doesn't it?

-Yeah.

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-But there is actually a secret message inside.

-No, there's not!

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-There is, I promise. Radz, I'll give it to you.

-OK...

-# Da da-da dah! #

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-Ah, that's clever.

-Look at that!

-It says something on it.

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It does, read the message. I wrote that for you earlier.

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-Be my Valentine? Lindsey Russell!

-That's right!

-You shouldn't have.

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-It's not for you.

-What?

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-It's actually for Gabrielle Aplin and she's going to help me.

-Phew!

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-Gabrielle's here!

-That was a close one.

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-CHEERING

-Thank you, that's for you. So...

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-You're going to be performing later.

-Yes!

-Which we're very excited about.

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-What are you going to be doing?

-I'm going to be performing

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an acoustic version of my song, Miss You.

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I've been a fan of yours for ages and I've seen you in

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-rehearsals and I nearly cried it was so beautiful.

-Oh, thank you!

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Now, you're a big fan of art as well, aren't you?

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Yes, I love making things.

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-OK, before we do, let's chat about how you got into music.

-Yes.

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Because you used to upload videos. How old were you when you started?

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-I was around 14, I think...

-So, quite young.

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..when I started putting videos online, yeah, I was really young.

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-There you are.

-That is me. I wanted feedback

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from people all over the world,

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so I put up my songs online and whilst - it's really important

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also not to put too much online,

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so, only my songs and not any personal information.

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Yeah, no personal details.

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And if you want to know how to stay safe online,

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make sure you head to the CBBC website. The address is there.

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-Check it out. For now, shall we get arty?

-Yes!

-High-five.

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Come on, this is your first Blue Peter make.

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Gabrielle, what are we going to need?

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We are going to need...

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Guys, round of applause, she's off to a good start!

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-CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

-Beautifully read, remembered, sorry,

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beautifully remembered! OK, so the first thing we need to do

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is grab a pencil like so. You need to grab a scrap of paper.

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You can grab anything, wrapping paper, newspapers, magazines.

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-What have you got?

-I've got some psychedelic wallpaper.

-We like that.

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-Flowers, very girlie. I've gone for a nice bit of pink card.

-Nice.

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So, grab your pencil and slowly roll it round like that.

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It is fiddly but it's worth it because it's the coolest card ever.

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Roll it all the way like that and before you get to the end,

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grab your glue and just put a little strip along like so.

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Make it nice and sticky because you need to keep rolling the

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pencil over and really press down.

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Make sure that is stuck. You'll have more time at home. And there we go.

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Ah, nice!

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You need to make a few of these. I'll add that to your collection.

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The reason is that you'll be making a heart shape out of all

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these rolls. We've got some here, we've got a star, a circle, a heart.

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To do that, we've helped you out on the BP website.

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-Yes!

-Because look at these.

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Here are your templates, even the Blue Peter badge,

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-in case you want to make that. We'll make the heart today.

-Yes!

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Gabrielle, please, show me how to use it.

7:15:307:15:32

Well, take our straw we just made and measure them out

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-on this template.

-Oh, cool.

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-Some are a bit long, so you can mark it off here.

-Very good.

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-And trim it to size.

-OK.

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-Ask for help with scissors, by the way, if you do need that.

-Yes.

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-And then, top tip, go on, you can do it.

-Are you sure?

-It's a good one.

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You can use the leftover bits for other parts.

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-Oh, look! We love recycling on BP.

-Love recycling.

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You keep doing that because you've got lots of snipping to do.

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I'll show you how to make the card. It will look something like this.

7:16:017:16:05

Here is a bit of pink paper or thicker paper, it doesn't

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really matter because underneath we've got a bit of cereal box.

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That just makes it nice and sturdy because later we're going to

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put buttons on, glitter, all sorts.

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You really can be creative and it will make it nice and strong.

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The next thing, I know you're not quite finished,

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but once you've got your heart-shape all cut out, all your

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little rolls the right size, you need to get them

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on the front of the card. How do we do that?

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So, we start with the middle, biggest one, and we put that

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in the middle of this card.

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OK. And then work your way down and down...

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Yes and we do that to remember where we are.

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You line them up like so. You match them all up and glue as you go.

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We haven't time today but once you've done that,

7:16:447:16:46

it should look something like this. Here's one we hashtag made earlier.

7:16:467:16:51

There you go. So, it's starting to take shape, as you can see.

7:16:517:16:53

Yeah, that's definitely a heart.

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But now, it's time to get your secret message inside.

7:16:557:16:57

I like this bit. Would you like to do the secret message?

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-I would love to do the honours, please.

-OK.

7:17:007:17:01

-Show us what you're going to do.

-It's a secret.

-Oh, OK.

7:17:017:17:04

A secret, we're not allowed to know! You write your message,

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I won't look, don't worry.

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I'll show you how you get it inside the card.

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Same pencil us before, open your card and there is a little

7:17:117:17:14

bit of tack, put that behind what you reckon is the strongest roll.

7:17:147:17:19

I'm going to go for this purple one, I think.

7:17:197:17:23

About a centimetre in, it doesn't need to be neat, plonk it down,

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make a nice hole, oh, hello, don't drop your pencil like me!

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You might need a bit of help.

7:17:317:17:34

Once you've done that, you can thread a bit of string

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through there, it should fit through with a little button

7:17:377:17:39

on the end and it will look something like this one.

7:17:397:17:42

-It's starting to take shape.

-It's starting to look good!

7:17:427:17:45

Which can only mean one thing, it's time to get the message inside it.

7:17:457:17:49

We'll use both of us because it can be a bit fiddly.

7:17:497:17:53

So, you roll the message up.

7:17:537:17:54

-Yes.

-You put it inside the orange one.

-OK.

7:17:547:17:58

And I will hold the string and we should see the string disappear.

7:17:587:18:03

Can you see? It is moving. Out of my hands, which is a good thing.

7:18:037:18:08

-And we've done it! The secret message.

-Yay!

7:18:087:18:11

I'm relieved because that didn't work in rehearsals.

7:18:117:18:13

The secret message is in there, which is fantastic.

7:18:137:18:16

Now, just to make it really subtle,

7:18:167:18:18

of where the message is, we're going to put buttons and glitter

7:18:187:18:21

everywhere. But also, it's worth saying we tied a really neat

7:18:217:18:25

little knot just there.

7:18:257:18:26

-I've gone kind of wild with my creation.

-Yeah!

7:18:267:18:29

There's glitter all over my hands.

7:18:297:18:31

-Gabrielle, you made one earlier.

-I did. I've used stars on mine.

7:18:317:18:35

-Oh, look! That's really lovely!

-I had a good time.

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I can tell you had a good time. It's fab!

7:18:377:18:39

All the details you need are on the Blue Peter website...

7:18:397:18:42

So, make sure you please send them in because I haven't got

7:18:457:18:48

a Valentine's card yet this year, so, hint, hint.

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-Let's see the message inside.

-Would you like to do the honours?

7:18:517:18:55

OK, so I pull there... Ooh, it's out. What did you write?

7:18:557:18:59

-Well...

-I hope it's really lovely.

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It says, "Can we see what happened when Radzi met Batman?"

7:19:017:19:05

I thought you'd never ask. Have a look...

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-GRUFF BATMAN VOICE:

-I don't care what anybody says,

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I've got the best Batman voice.

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Because, to be honest, I am the real Batman.

7:19:137:19:15

-Radzi...

-Yes?

-Leave my toys alone!

-Sorry.

7:19:207:19:23

-And lose the voice.

-OK.

7:19:237:19:26

That was awkward.

7:19:267:19:29

Batman is back in brick form and this time he's got his own

7:19:297:19:34

movie and I've come to meet the star of Lego Batman, Will Arnett.

7:19:347:19:39

-It's an absolute pleasure to meet you.

-The pleasure is mine.

7:19:397:19:42

Thank you for allowing us into the Batcave.

7:19:427:19:44

Yeah, I mean, just, we made a deal you won't tell anyone where it is.

7:19:447:19:48

-No, the secret's safe with us.

-Great.

-Now...

7:19:487:19:51

-Underneath Buckingham Palace.

-It's official!

7:19:517:19:54

What did I say?

7:19:547:19:56

ECHOING: I'm home! I'm home! I'm home!

7:19:567:19:59

A big part of our show is the Blue Peter badge and we felt the

7:19:597:20:02

way you performed in Lego Batman is worthy of your very own.

7:20:027:20:05

This is beyond an honour. Look at that.

7:20:057:20:08

-I've also got a bit of a challenge for you.

-Yeah?

7:20:087:20:10

Because I got a blue Peter badge delivered, so I thought, whilst

7:20:107:20:13

we find out about the film, we could possibly try to reassemble

7:20:137:20:16

this massive badge.

7:20:167:20:18

-OK, let us do our best. Let's go for it.

-Absolutely.

7:20:187:20:22

First things first, for those who haven't seen the film,

7:20:227:20:25

what's it all about?

7:20:257:20:26

We loved the idea of a film that would kind of investigate

7:20:267:20:30

what makes Batman Batman.

7:20:307:20:32

When he's not saving Gotham, what is he doing?

7:20:327:20:36

Hey, Mom, hey, Dad. I, uh, I saved the city again today.

7:20:367:20:42

I think you would have been really proud.

7:20:447:20:47

-There you are!

-Argh!

7:20:477:20:50

Alfred! I am so sorry. I have incredible reflexes.

7:20:507:20:53

Do you have a favourite enemy, a favourite foe of Batman?

7:20:537:20:56

Obviously, Batman's relationship with Joker is like

7:20:567:20:59

an iconic relationship, you know, he is the ultimate Batman enemy.

7:20:597:21:04

-You think you're my greatest enemy?

-Yes! You're obsessed with me.

7:21:047:21:07

-Pfff! No, I'm not.

-Yes, you are.

-No, I'm not.

7:21:077:21:09

-Yes, you are! Who else drives you to one-up them the way that I do?

-Bane!

7:21:097:21:13

-No, he doesn't.

-Superman.

-Superman's not a bad guy!

7:21:137:21:16

Then I'd say that I don't currently have a bad guy.

7:21:167:21:19

-I am fighting a few different people.

-What?!

7:21:197:21:22

I think it's safe to say that some of this

7:21:227:21:25

isn't going quite as well as we possibly hoped.

7:21:257:21:27

Mm-hm. I think you get the blueprint,

7:21:277:21:29

the Blue Peter print, if you will.

7:21:297:21:31

And then you make it your own. Which we've done.

7:21:317:21:35

How do you do that with your voice?

7:21:357:21:37

It's a speaker inside and then I have a thing...

7:21:377:21:40

No, no, no...

7:21:407:21:42

Alfred left your lobster Thermidor in the fridge.

7:21:427:21:44

Oh, that's my favourite, I can't wait.

7:21:447:21:46

DEEP VOICE: Batman's like this.

7:21:497:21:51

-It's almost like a, like a forced rough whisper, if you will.

-OK.

7:21:517:21:57

Which makes it really hard because in the film,

7:21:577:21:59

-Batman raps at the end.

-Yes, he does!

7:21:597:22:01

-But how do you rap and do the voice?

-It's very difficult.

7:22:017:22:04

'I don't want to do that!' That I will not do camera.

7:22:047:22:07

-No...

-Sir.

-No, no, no, no.

-Sir.

7:22:077:22:10

# No-no, no-no, no-no, no-no No-no, no-no, no-no, no-no. #

7:22:107:22:12

HE BEATBOXES Gosh, I hope we were recording that!

7:22:127:22:16

Well, Will Arnett, it's been an absolute pleasure.

7:22:167:22:18

-The pleasure has been mine.

-Thank you very much.

-Thank you!

7:22:187:22:21

And this badge is... It's a work in progress.

7:22:217:22:24

# Yeah, uh-huh You know what it is... #

7:22:247:22:27

# Everything I do, I do it big... #

7:22:277:22:29

Can I just say, not only was Will an awesome bloke but actually that

7:22:297:22:32

badge was a lot harder in real life cos it was upside down.

7:22:327:22:35

-Radz...

-It was a good effort.

-Was it?

-Puzzles are hard, we understand.

7:22:357:22:38

-Yeah, it was, Lindz!

-We've had someone else have

7:22:387:22:40

a go and put it together the way it should have been.

7:22:407:22:42

-Look how quickly they're doing it.

-Ha-ha!

-There we are.

7:22:427:22:45

That's embarrassing!

7:22:457:22:47

Lego Fastman. And that is the badge here in the studio.

7:22:477:22:49

Do I get a high-five for that?

7:22:497:22:50

-Let's go again cos they didn't see that at home.

-No, don't.

7:22:507:22:53

-OK.

-You high-five when I do good jokes.

7:22:537:22:55

I'm going to redeem myself - go onto the Blue Peter website

7:22:557:22:58

for Radzi's Riddles and Puzzles,

7:22:587:23:00

where you can take on my mental might.

7:23:007:23:02

And I'm very excited for this next part of the show.

7:23:027:23:04

It's time for a musical performance from the wonderful Gabrielle Aplin.

7:23:047:23:07

Dim the lights, this is Miss You.

7:23:077:23:09

CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

7:23:097:23:12

# So what you been doing?

7:23:207:23:22

# I've been loving my life waking up on my own

7:23:227:23:26

# Are you doing the same thing?

7:23:267:23:28

# You can say if you like but I don't need to know

7:23:287:23:31

# And I, I've been wondering why we've been wasting all this time

7:23:317:23:36

# So what you been doing?

7:23:407:23:43

# I thought that I saw you, I guess I was wrong

7:23:437:23:46

# Are you doing the same thing?

7:23:467:23:49

# Convincing yourself you're better alone

7:23:497:23:51

# And I could tell you how you never left my mind

7:23:517:23:57

# Then you tell me that you miss me and I'm like

7:23:597:24:03

# Oh no, I miss you too It's all I ever do

7:24:037:24:08

# I'm coming back to you And I won't let go

7:24:087:24:13

# Oh no, I miss you too We got making up to do

7:24:137:24:16

# I'm coming back to you And I won't let go again

7:24:167:24:22

# No, I won't let go again

7:24:247:24:28

# So what were we thinking? You got me cab and we said we were done

7:24:377:24:42

# And I thought I was fine

7:24:427:24:45

# But the days were so long and they rolled into one

7:24:457:24:48

# And I, I couldn't believe you were taking it in your stride

7:24:487:24:55

# Then you tell me that you miss me and I'm like

7:24:557:24:59

# Oh, no, I miss you too It's all I ever do

7:24:597:25:04

# I'm coming back to you And I won't let go

7:25:047:25:09

# Oh, no, I miss you too We got making up to do

7:25:097:25:14

# I'm coming back to you And I won't let go again

7:25:147:25:21

# No, I won't let go again

7:25:217:25:26

# Will you be my best friend? Will you be my last?

7:25:287:25:33

# I need somebody who can love me like that

7:25:337:25:38

# You be my best friend Will you be my last?

7:25:387:25:43

# I need somebody who can love me like that

7:25:437:25:49

# Oh, no, I miss you too It's all I ever do

7:25:497:25:54

# I'm coming back to you

7:25:547:25:56

# And I won't let go

7:25:587:26:00

# Oh, no, I miss you too

7:26:007:26:03

# We got making up to do I'm coming back to you

7:26:037:26:08

# And I won't let go again

7:26:087:26:13

# No, I won't let go again

7:26:147:26:19

# Will you be my best friend? Will you be my last?

7:26:207:26:26

# I need somebody who can love me like that

7:26:267:26:31

# Will you be my best friend? Will you be my last?

7:26:317:26:36

# I need somebody who can love me like that. #

7:26:367:26:42

CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

7:26:427:26:44

-Gabrielle Aplin, everybody!

-Absolutely gorgeous.

7:26:447:26:48

-That was so great!

-That was beautiful!

-Thank you.

7:26:487:26:50

-I feel like I'm going to cry!

-That was stunning.

7:26:507:26:52

I don't want to go, I want to hear you sing some more,

7:26:527:26:55

but we have to go.

7:26:557:26:56

Before we do, let's find out what happened with Spot Shelley.

7:26:567:26:58

Where was she and who spotted her, please?

7:26:587:27:00

-So, Shelley was hiding on one of our Valentines cards!

-She was.

-No way!

7:27:007:27:04

-Top left!

-Sneaky little Shell.

-Sneaky Shell.

-Did anyone get it?

7:27:047:27:07

Yes, she was spotted by Blue Violet Mini Baker.

7:27:077:27:10

Of course it was Blue Violet Mini Baker!

7:27:107:27:12

-Classic.

-Congratulations, you've won a house in Spain.

7:27:127:27:14

No, you need to stop giving away prizes!

7:27:147:27:16

OK, Gabrielle, thank you so much for coming in today.

7:27:167:27:18

Thank you for having me.

7:27:187:27:20

If you want even more Gabrielle, head onto the Fan Club, straight

7:27:207:27:22

-after the show, and have some chats and giggles with Gabrielle.

-Yes.

7:27:227:27:25

Thank you so much.

7:27:257:27:26

On next week's show, a very funny man and also one of your favourite

7:27:267:27:29

authors, David Walliams is going to be right here in the studio.

7:27:297:27:33

CBBC's Junior Bake Off champion, Nikki Lilly, will be showing

7:27:337:27:36

off some of her baking skill and believe me, it is incredible.

7:27:367:27:39

She's amazing... We're not incredible,

7:27:397:27:40

we go head-to-head in a quite terrible golf-off!

7:27:407:27:43

-But it's going to be good.

-That was a lot of fun, wasn't it?

7:27:437:27:46

Yeah, it was amazing.

7:27:467:27:47

We've had jokes throughout the show, so I think we should end with one.

7:27:477:27:50

-Let's do it!

-That's not a bad idea.

-We'll say goodbye now,

7:27:507:27:52

-but here's a joke from Becky.

-See you next week!

-Bye-bye!

7:27:527:27:56

What did the policeman say to his belly?

7:27:567:27:58

Freeze! You're under a vest!

7:27:587:28:00

On this week's Blue Peter love is in the air. Find out how to make a card with a secret message for your Valentine and enjoy a romantic performance from Gabrielle Aplin. Plus we chat to Lego Batman himself and go caving... with cheese!