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David Walliams and a Bake!

David Walliams talks about his book, Lindsey and Radzi test out their skills in a special game of golf, and vlogger Nikki Lilly bakes treats for the team.


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More make-up, please. Guys, what do we have on today's show?

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-Well, we've got a really cool make with top vlogger Nikki Lilly.

-Ah.

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Oh, and we'll find out what happened when you and I went to the golf club

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-with some top golfers.

-Oh, yeah!

-Mm-hm.

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Anyone else in the studio?

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-Not really.

-Not that I can think of, mate, no.

-I don't think so.

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-Shall we do it?

-Let's go. Yeah, great.

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Right.

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Now, would you like some lip gloss?

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-CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

-Hello!

-And welcome to today's show.

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What an amazing guest we've got in the studio for you -

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she is the star of CBBC's My Life,

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and winner of Junior Bake Off -

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it's only Nikki Lilly!

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-Yay!

-Hi, Nikki!

-CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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So, Nikki's going to be showing us how to make a pizza and a cake,

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-and we're going to be cooking them in one of these.

-Really?

-True.

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-A mug?

-Keep watching to find out what's happening.

-OK.

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As well as that, we'll be finding out

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what you lot thought about the Blue Peter Book Award nominees

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for the best book with facts.

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But first, though, you've read his books,

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you've seen him on Britain's Got Talent,

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he's even applied make-up to this face,

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but we won't hold it against him,

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it's Mr David Walliams!

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-Yay!

-Thank you very much.

-CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Hello, David. Welcome to BP.

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Thank you, it's very exciting.

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I've never been in the studio before.

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Have you not? And you're wearing a gold badge.

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Yes, I got a gold badge, which is very exciting,

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cos there's only been about ten or so given out, is that right?

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-Not many have been given out.

-Not quite... A few more than 10.

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OK, when I got one, it was ten,

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they're obviously giving them out to anybody now.

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-I got this for swimming the Channel ten years ago.

-Indeed. Incredible.

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And so I was very excited.

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It's one of my most prized possessions.

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So, David, you've gone from comedy and Britain's Got Talent,

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to writing some of the best-known children's books,

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how has it happened?

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Well, I just had an idea for a book one day.

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I thought, "What would happen if a boy went to school

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"dressed as a girl?

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"How will his friends react? How will his family react?"

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And that became the first book, The Boy In The Dress.

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It was really about what it is to be different.

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I loved writing it, and I just got on to writing more and more.

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Well, we love them, and we also love the characters,

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cos there's lots of cheeky young boys in your books.

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You mentioned Dennis, also Ben and Gangsta Granny,

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and, of course, Jack in your brand-new book,

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Grandpa's Great Escape.

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Are these based on a young David maybe?

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-I think so.

-Where you a cheeky boy?

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Well, yeah, I just try and think back

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to, you know, when I was ten, 11 or 12,

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and the kind of things that I would have found funny or scary, whatever.

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And this book, Grandpa's Great Escape, is about a little boy, Jack,

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who has a very special relationship with his grandpa, which I did too.

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And just like in the book,

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his grandpa was a hero in World War II,

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there's pictures of my grandpa, actually, in the back of the book

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in his uniform.

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So that's my real grandpa.

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And it's really about them having a real-life adventure,

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much in the manner of, you know, in the style that Grandpa may have had

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in World War II.

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And actually, talking about the Spitfire that you can see there,

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we heard that, when researching this book,

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-you actually got to fly in a real Spitfire.

-I did.

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I got the publishers to pay,

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-which was fantastic.

-Oh, look, we can see it.

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-And, yeah, I actually went up in a Spitfire.

-Look at that!

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Luckily, I'm not flying it, the pilot is flying it.

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I was going to say, wow!

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This is me doing a loop-the-loop, which was really exciting.

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-You look very calm.

-Serene.

-THEY LAUGH

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But I tell you, it's like...

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if you've ever driven in a sports car,

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it's like a sports car in the air.

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So when you get on a plane and you go on holiday,

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you know, they don't like to do dramatic turns and things,

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cos you'd get scared,

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whereas this is, like, it just turns like that,

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-and can dive down and then suddenly go up in a millisecond.

-Ooh.

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-I feel queasy just thinking about it.

-I want to do it.

-Yeah.

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I was a bit. I was glad when it was over.

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It was about half an hour, and I was really glad it was over,

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but I wanted to experience what it was like cos I was writing about it.

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Well, obviously, you are a well-known children's author,

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so we are very excited to have you here, Radzi and I,

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we're not the only ones,

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because over the last two weeks - check this out -

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these are all the purple badge forms we've had sent in to us,

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and all of these people said they wanted to see you on the show.

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-Can you blame them?

-THEY LAUGH

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Which we think is lovely.

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-Thank you.

-So, we got in touch with some of them,

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-and we said, "What would you like to ask David?"

-OK.

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So, we thought we'd try and work our way through some of those.

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-There's been so many, but we'll get through as many as we can.

-OK.

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-And our first question is from Amy.

-OK.

-Right.

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If you had to choose,

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which is your favourite book you have written, and why?

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-What's my favourite book I've ever written?

-Yeah.

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I'd say it's Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone.

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-That one was a classic.

-LAUGHTER

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I let this other lady get all the credit for it,

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but it's my best seller.

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Erm, no, I think Mr Stink, which was my second book,

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is probably my favourite.

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It's got beautiful illustrations by Sir Quentin Blake.

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And the first book, The Boy In The Dress,

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was a little bit about me in a way,

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but this second book, Mr Stink, was just purely from my imagination

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and I think it's a sweet story

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about, you know, how we treat other people.

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With kindness, we treat people who are less fortunate than ourselves.

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-Mm-hm.

-And this next question is from Jessica.

-OK.

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Would you rather eat a rat burger or a spider burger?

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Oh, rat burger or spider burger?

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-Uh... Ooh...

-What do you want to eat?

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Uh, I'm not too scared of spiders,

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but I wouldn't like to eat them.

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-Um...

-Rats on the other hand - yum.

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I wouldn't really like to eat a rat either. Probably a rat,

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because it's probably the closest thing to beef of the two.

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-Of the two options.

-Sure. Fair enough.

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-But it's a good question.

-Fair enough.

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-Andrew has got a more serious one, I think.

-OK.

-OK.

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If you were going on a long train journey,

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which book would you take to read,

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and why?

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So clear.

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If I was going on a long train journey, which book?

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-I mean, any book?

-Yes.

-Anything.

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-Let's open it up.

-So, not one of my own books?

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Well, I love Roald Dahl.

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He is really my hero, he wrote so many brilliant books,

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and, for me, it's always a treat.

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Cos I read them as a kid, but to read them as a grown-up,

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it's always a treat to go back to them.

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So, I'd probably pick one of his,

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-and I think the funniest one is The Twits.

-Yeah.

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Cos I love the characters of Mr and Mrs Twit,

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so I'd probably read that one again

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for basically probably the hundredth time now.

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-Love it.

-OK, it's Lucy next.

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If you were a biscuit,

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what type would you be and why?

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-A biscuit.

-If I was a biscuit, what type would I be?

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Well, a very big and not very tasty biscuit by the look of me.

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Well, I like biscuits with things in the middle,

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like Jammie Dodgers and Custard Creams and Bourbons,

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and things like that, so something with...

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-You know, I like...

-A creamy middle.

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Almost sort of like a sandwich with some jam inside or...

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Custard creams, I'm not sure it's actual custard,

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but whatever it has inside, I like that stuff.

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Whatever it is, it's delicious. Do we have time for one more?

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-Go on, let's do it.

-Let's have Becky.

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If you were Gangsta Granny,

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where would you steal from,

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and what would you take?

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-If I was Gangsta Granny, what would I steal?

-Yeah.

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Well, in the story, she steals the Crown Jewels

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from the Tower of London, which would be very exciting, wouldn't it?

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So I wouldn't mind doing that.

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Um... I would try and steal the most valuable thing in the world.

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-A Blue Peter Gold badge.

-You've already got a Gold badge.

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A Gold badge, I've already got one.

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Um, I don't know, maybe Fort Knox, which is in America,

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where all the gold is stored.

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So I'd probably try and steal that.

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It's not good to talk about stealing...

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-Well, thanks for your honesty.

-..on a children's show, is it?

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-It's good to know.

-Yes, I would steal lots of gold!

-OK. Great.

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David, are you happy to stick around for later on in the show?

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HE SIGHS

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-THEY LAUGH

-Oh, no!

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-This could get really awkward.

-Yes, I would absolutely love to.

-Phew!

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-I would love to.

-Fantastic.

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Well, listen, we are so lucky

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to have so many brilliant, talented authors in the UK,

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just like David Walliams,

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and, of course, one of the most prestigious awards

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they can possibly win is the BP Book Award.

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Have a look at this.

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Over the last few months,

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our young judges have had their head buried in the nominations

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for this year's Blue Peter Book Awards.

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So, if you've got a yearning for some learning,

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our fact category is for you.

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But don't take my word for it, what do these guys think?

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We kick it off... Ha-ha, get it?

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..with Football School

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by Alex Bellos and Ben Lyttleton,

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and illustrations by Spike Gerrell.

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It's packed with awesome true stories,

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real science, and fascinating facts

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that will make you laugh out loud.

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Football school is my favourite book,

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because of all the amazing facts in it.

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I think the jokes are hilarious.

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Some of the jokes in it were unexpected,

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but then funny as well.

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Like, you have ones about poo, or going to the toilet.

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I love all the quizzes in it,

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cos you learn more things every time you read it.

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The facts are quite astonishing,

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but some of them are quite disgusting.

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I'd recommend it to people who love football,

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and to people who are not sure on it,

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because you can learn new stuff.

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Next, it's Survivors by David Long,

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and it's illustrated by Kerry Hyndman.

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Full of incredible real-life stories of extreme survival

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from people who lived to tell the tale.

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Be prepared to be shocked and amazed.

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It's full of facts, and it's very inspiring.

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It's just incredible that they can survive like that,

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and it shows that humans can do anything.

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I like one of the stories about a girl who her plane crashes

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and she has to go through a jungle.

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I can't even get out of bed, so I don't know how she did that.

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I thought the pictures were very detailed and cartoony,

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but they were also very realistic as well.

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It's full of interesting stories,

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and it's great for anyone who likes adventures or anyone who doesn't.

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And last but not least,

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we've got Destination Space

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by Dr Christoph Englert,

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and is illustrated by Tom Clohosy Cole.

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This journey of discovery takes you to galaxies far and wide,

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where you'll learn more about the science behind stars,

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planets, and comets in our sky.

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I never knew that, every minute of the day, the universe expands.

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I think the pictures are inspiring, interesting, and lifelike.

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I would recommend it to anyone, even if you don't like space,

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because, if you don't like space, this would teach you a lot about it.

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In Destination Space, the pictures make the book the book,

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so, if there was no pictures, it wouldn't be a book.

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So, that's what our young judges think of the fact book nominees,

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but who will win?

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Well, I don't know why I'm asking myself, I've got no idea.

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This is one of those moments I wish we had smell-evision.

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We are about to cook something, with a superstar by the way.

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Not only had her own CBBC My Life made about her,

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not just a superstar vlogger,

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but also the winner of this year's Junior Bake Off,

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it's Nikki Lilly. CHEERING

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-So, you're here today to make pizza and cake.

-Yes.

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-It's so good to see you.

-You too.

-Thanks for being here.

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Let's get cracking. Here are the ingredients that you need

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if you want to make pizza along with us.

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You know the deal,

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all the details that you need are going to be on the website

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if you want to check out those ingredients.

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But now, let's get to making the food. So, what am I doing?

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OK, so first pop your flour into your mug.

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-Is that a cooking term, "pop"?

-Yeah.

-Pop your flour.

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-Well, it's a Nikki term.

-OK.

-I don't know if it's a cooking term.

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That's a new thing. You've got to do Nikki terms on your vlog.

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-That would be amazing.

-Along with your other dry ingredients,

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meaning the baking soda and the pinch of salt.

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-And the salt.

-And then add in your milk.

-Mm-hm.

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And your oil.

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So you can put them all in and just give it a good mix.

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-OK. And this is the base, isn't it?

-Yes.

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Now, obviously, we're going to fly through this,

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but you can take your time when you're making this pizza base.

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-Exactly.

-OK, so once I've made the pizza base...

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Yeah, so, once you've done that,

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you want to add in a generous scoop of tomato base sauce.

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Generous, that must be one of my favourite words

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when it comes to food.

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-OK, generous.

-Yeah. So, you can add a scoop of that.

-Yes.

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And you can use any bolognese, or pasta base

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or just tomato base sauce, really, it's not really very constricted,

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OK. Good.

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And then you can add in your cheddar cheese

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-which has all been grated.

-Just like that.

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And then we've got pepperoni,

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but you can pop on any toppings you want.

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So just pop your pepperoni on top as well.

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I you tell you what, not just a superstar vlogger,

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-you could be a cool presenter as well.

-Thank you.

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-All right, fabulous. Done, pizza made.

-Yeah, that's that.

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-OK. So, that's pizza, you're making cake.

-Yes.

-What do you need to do?

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So, I've already melted the white chocolate and the butter.

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-Yes.

-So, now what I'm going to do is add in my caster sugar, flour.

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I'll try and do this without making too much of a mess.

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It's all good, make as much mess as you like.

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Again, all the ingredients are going to be online,

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if you want to see how to make this.

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-Baking powder, and then my egg.

-Yes.

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And then I'm going to mix this up.

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So I'm going to give it a little mix,

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but this bit takes a while,

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so I've already got one

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which I've already mixed up and made earlier.

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So, what I'm going to do with this mix

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-is just pop in my blueberries.

-Yeah.

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And just give it a little shake

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so that they all sort of sink into the cake slightly.

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-Beautifully done.

-And that's ready.

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And that's it. So, here we have two mug dishes -

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-one pizza, one cake.

-Yes.

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Into the microwave.

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Now, we have a 700 watt microwave here,

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so timings may vary depending on how powerful your microwave is,

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but we are going to go for what?

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-One minute 30?

-One minute 30, yes. I think that's about right.

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All Right. And three, two, one, go.

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OK, so, while they are cooking,

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let's talk about this episode of My Life, Born To Vlog.

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In fact, I tell you what, you can do the honours.

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Yeah, so, I was on an episode of My Life called Born To Vlog,

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and it's basically just about my life, vlogging,

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and why I got into it.

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The crew come with me to Denver,

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and filmed me in Denver showing what it's like

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when I go for medical treatment there.

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And they just followed me around, really,

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in the highs and lows of my life, and it was amazing.

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So I think it's going to be a good episode to watch.

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Well, here it is, a little sneak peak.

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For the last four years, I've been uploading vlogs.

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Hi, it's Nikki from Nikki Lilly.

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Well, hello, everybody.

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I've got a little operation at Great Ormond Street Hospital,

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which is a children's hospital in England

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if you guys don't know that, it's quite famous.

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So, I'm going to do a set of observations on you, OK?

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-Yes.

-So, you could probably do it yourself, couldn't you?

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But I will get it all out for you anyway.

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I've been to hospital a lot.

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I've had probably about half a year of my life spent in hospital,

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and I've had over 300 hospital appointments.

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So, altogether, that's about 26, 27 operations.

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-Is Daddy there?

-Yeah, he is.

-There he is.

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Nikki is in pain pretty much every day,

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but she kind of gets on with it really,

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takes it in her stride.

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She's just pretty amazing really.

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What was it like having a film crew following you around like that?

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It was really strange, because I vlog myself out and about,

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but cos I do it myself,

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it was really weird to have someone else, like, filming me

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just in my daily life doing it. But it was quite exciting as well,

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cos I'd never really experienced something like that.

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MICROWAVE BEEPS It looks it. Oh, perfect timing.

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-That was the perfect length of answer, Nikki.

-Yes, thank you.

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So, you know the drill here -

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if you're getting hot stuff out of a microwave

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-or a oven for that matter...

-Use oven gloves.

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-Oven gloves, please, look after yourself.

-Ooh.

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BARNEY LAUGHS That is the one, right there.

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Very exciting.

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Now, unfortunately, even though I want to dive headfirst into that,

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you can't eat stuff out of the microwave straightaway,

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it's still cooking, you've got to leave it for two minutes.

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-We don't have time for that, do we?

-No.

-We're busy showbiz people.

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-Let's use the power of telly.

-OK.

-One, two, three.

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-Oh, the magic of telly. It's good that, isn't it?

-Yes.

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-OK, you try my pizza, I'll try your cake.

-Ooh.

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I know somebody else who's going to like this. Lindsay, in you come.

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-Hello. Yes, there's cake!

-If you want to see My Life, Born To Vlog,

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-by the way, it's still on iPlayer, kids.

-Oh, it's hot!

-It is hot.

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And also, Radzi and I had a go at making these yesterday,

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it didn't go quite as well as this,

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but you can see that in our vlog online as well.

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-Nikki, thank you so much for being here.

-Thank you for having me.

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-MOUTH FULL:

-This is amazing!

-Sorry.

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While I eat this and cool my mouth down, have a look at what happened

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-when Radzi and I tried our hand at golf? Yummy!

-It's good!

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Thank you.

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We've come to a very special golf club in Watford for another

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Blue Peter Challenge. I've got a golf ball.

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All I need now is a tee to put it on.

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Well, Radzi, you are in luck.

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No, Linds, a... One of these.

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I know.

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Yeah, so my golfing knowledge isn't great,

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but this game is over 500 years old and, in that time,

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golf has developed a language all of its own.

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-Now, some of the clubs are called irons...

-That's right. Hello.

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No, Linds, they're, erm... This is an iron.

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-And some are known as woods.

-That's right.

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No, this is a wood.

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And one is even called a sand wedge.

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-Cheese ploughman's.

-No.

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I think I need some help.

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Well, you're in luck, Linds. Let me introduce you to two of the

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country's best golfers - pro superstars Charley Hull

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and Andrew "Beef" Johnston.

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What is the very first thing we need to know?

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First thing we'll probably do is start off with the grip.

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You can't control how you hit the ball

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unless you hold the club correctly.

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-All right, first thing you do is left hand on top.

-OK.

-Like that.

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That's it. And then right hand comes on, connects, and then you can

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-put your little finger over the top of that finger like that.

-Oh, wow.

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Or you can put them in between, whatever's more comfortable.

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-That?

-Yeah, so more in between, there.

-Ooh.

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-OK.

-Yeah, there you go.

-That's the grip sorted. What comes next?

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For me, it's all about the stance.

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The stance - how you stand when you hit the ball.

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Without the right stance,

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you don't stand a chance.

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-First of all, put your feet together.

-Oh, together?

-Yes.

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-OK, right.

-And then move your left foot a little bit to the left.

-OK.

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And then your right foot, like, triple the distance to the right.

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-So actually, my centre of balance is behind where the ball will be.

-Yeah.

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That's a game-changer.

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-Grip sorted, stance sorted, what happens next?

-Time to hit the ball.

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That went a long way.

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In golf, the way you hit the ball is called your swing,

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something Charley just made look so easy.

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HE GRUNTS

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No. 'Wow. It's amazing how difficult we're making this look'.

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Where is it?

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Just practise clipping the blue tee on the practice swing.

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-Without the ball there?

-Yeah, without the ball.

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Yeah, like that, and then give it a go with the ball,

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so you're trying to just hit the same spot every time.

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'Now I have a feel for where I'm aiming, things start to improve'.

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-Shot.

-Whoo!

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'I actually can't believe I hit it'.

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'So Lindsey can actually hit it now. Charley, I need some help.'

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Just good posture, get your stance good,

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and just feel confident in your swing.

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-Oh, good, Radz.

-Good strike.

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'Mum, look at that!'

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-A-ha-ha!

-That was a really good strike!

-'I liked that one.'

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Well, that's lucky, because the golf doesn't end there, Radzi.

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As day becomes night, this place transforms into TopGolf.

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Like normal golf, but hi-tech.

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It's the perfect place for our next head-to-head challenge.

0:19:480:19:51

TopGolf is played around the world, and players earn points

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by getting their ball into different parts of a target.

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Now, today, we're each going to have ten balls, and the winner is

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the person that gets the most points from that yellow target.

0:20:050:20:09

I love this challenge.

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The yellow target we're aiming for has been split into nine parts,

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and you can only score points on each section once.

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But we're not playing alone. I'm teaming up with The Beef.

0:20:200:20:25

And I'm being joined by Charley. It's time to do our swing.

0:20:250:20:30

'Me first. Watch me, Linds.'

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Look, I see it!

0:20:340:20:36

Oh! Oh!

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'Yeah, still watching, Radz.'

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'OK, so no points for me. Come on, Charley, I'm keeping the faith.'

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Oh, beautiful. Get in the nine! 'It's not nine, but it's a five.

0:20:440:20:47

'We'll take it.'

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'OK, my turn'. Oh, way too far.

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'Yeah, miles past the target.'

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-Oh, you! Go!

-'Beef! What a start!'

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'Me again.' No, it's not going to be a nine.

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It's not even going to be in.

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'OK, didn't hit the target, I'm just warming up.

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'Come on, Charley, I believe in you. You can keep us in this.

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'That's what I'm talking about! We lead 14-9.'

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Oh, it's a beauty!

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-It's something.

-Yeah, yeah.

-It's a six!

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'Back in the lead.'

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'No-one scores for a full round, until Beef is back.'

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-It's an eight, isn't it?

-He's got the eight!

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'Yes! That gives us a nine-point lead.'

0:21:330:21:36

'Can we come back from this?

0:21:360:21:38

'Charley picks up another two points.'

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'But Beef gets another one as well.'

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'So, with one more round to go,

0:21:500:21:52

Lindsey's team leads 24-16.'

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We can still win this.

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I would ideally get an eight or a seven,

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or just on target. Think eight.

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Be great. No, just go in! Stay in. Stay in. Stay in, oh!

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'Come on, Charley. Get an eight and we can draw. I believe in you.

0:22:070:22:11

'Keep the faith.' Come on, eight! Come on, eight! Come on, eight!

0:22:110:22:14

'Oh, it's a one! Not enough!'

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'Yes! The title's ours.'

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-We did it!

-Yes, we did.

-I could not have done it without this man.

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You were amazing.

0:22:230:22:24

-Actually, do you guys have a spare pair of trousers with you?

-What?

-No.

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I thought all golfers brought one, in case you got a hole in one.

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Cos you get the... Better than a birdie, cos...

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-Come on.

-You get the ball, and it...

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-Golf pro.

-So much fun.

-Beat you, Radz.

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Beefy and Charley, thank you very much,

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and good luck for the 2017 PGA Tour. You guys are legends.

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And thanks for being so patient with us. We are the worst golfers ever.

0:22:450:22:48

-Someone who's scored a birdie...

-Nice link.

0:22:480:22:50

..speaking of golf, is Ollie from Cheshire.

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Have a look at this. He's done his very own nature booklet.

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It's got loads of facts, loads of great pics.

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-If I open it up, look at the colours on this parrot.

-Wow.

-Amazing.

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Ollie, my friend, you have got a green badge. Well done.

0:23:020:23:04

Take a look at Maham's Iggy,

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-and look what happens when you pull Iggy's tongue.

-Oh, my goodness.

0:23:050:23:08

"Blue Peter is the best," under the ears, like that.

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Maham, you're a genius. You've got a Blue Peter badge. Well done.

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And so does Emi, because feast your eyes on what she made -

0:23:130:23:15

two dolls of Lindsey and Barney, carved by her own hands,

0:23:150:23:18

-not to mention...

-That little face.

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..the one that I've got in my hand, with my green matching top,

0:23:200:23:23

so you have a silver badge. Well done, Emmy.

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We love to hear from you. Thank you so much.

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Keep your stuff coming in to the usual address, please.

0:23:270:23:29

Now it's time to announce the fan of the month,

0:23:290:23:31

and someone special to do just that, so please welcome back Nikki.

0:23:310:23:34

Yay! In you come, Nikki.

0:23:340:23:37

I won't high-five this time, you'll drop it.

0:23:370:23:38

Tell us - who is fan of the month?

0:23:380:23:40

So the fan of the month this month is...

0:23:400:23:43

DRUMROLL

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-..Haybale Melon Head.

-ALL CHEER

0:23:460:23:50

Massive well done to Haybale Melon Head. Great name, by the way.

0:23:500:23:53

-Great name.

-Someone who's always been kind in the fan club,

0:23:530:23:55

always joining in as well, with story time on a Tuesday,

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with really creative, fab ideas, super friendly -

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a big "well done" to you, and you get a cake!

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-Are you going to eat that, Nikki?

-Er, maybe.

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-Yeah, me too.

-I have been thinking about it.

0:24:060:24:08

Nikki, thank you so much for coming in.

0:24:080:24:10

-I'd give you a high-five, but you're holding a cake.

-Yeah.

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-I might drop it.

-Speaking of cake, I've got a cake joke.

-OK.

-Go on.

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What's the fastest cake in the world?

0:24:150:24:18

Don't know, what's the fastest cake in the world?

0:24:190:24:21

A "sco-an". Oh, no, no, I've said it wrong!

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No, you say "scon". Cos it's gone. It's a scone.

0:24:230:24:26

-The fastest cake in the world...

-Barns, that was really bad.

0:24:260:24:29

It's almost like you need help from one of telly's most loved funny men.

0:24:290:24:32

-I do need help.

-Luckily, he's in the studio here,

0:24:320:24:34

with his gold badge, it's David Walliams!

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So, one of my favourite jokes growing up was this -

0:24:390:24:43

Doctor, doctor, I feel like a pair of curtains.

0:24:430:24:47

-Pull yourself together.

-CHEERS

0:24:470:24:49

-Very good.

-Strong.

-Good reaction from the crew, there.

0:24:490:24:52

This year, for Red Nose Day,

0:24:520:24:54

we've been asking you to send in your jokes to us to make us LOL,

0:24:540:24:57

and you've been sending them in thick and fast,

0:24:570:25:00

all so that we can fill up this beauty to my left. It's not Radzi.

0:25:000:25:03

-Oh.

-It's the Blue Peter Red Nose Day totaliser,

0:25:030:25:06

which we're very excited about, and we've had so many,

0:25:060:25:08

we thought maybe it'd be a good opportunity to test them out

0:25:080:25:12

on some of the toughest people around. They're so grumpy,

0:25:120:25:14

they're humourless - it's the Blue Peter crew.

0:25:140:25:17

CHEERS There they are.

0:25:170:25:19

Scary. There they are.

0:25:190:25:20

-So, David, would you like to do the honours?

-Yes.

0:25:200:25:24

What happens when the sun splits in half?

0:25:240:25:27

CREW MURMURS

0:25:270:25:30

It's a sundae split.

0:25:300:25:31

-CHEERS

-That one was from Matthew,

0:25:310:25:33

-who's nine.

-Great.

0:25:330:25:35

Here's one from Mia, who is seven.

0:25:350:25:37

Trying to entertain him. He's sat there texting.

0:25:370:25:40

That's how excited our crew are to be here.

0:25:410:25:43

This is for you, and this is from Mia, who's seven -

0:25:430:25:45

why couldn't the turkey eat his dinner?

0:25:450:25:48

-Because he was stuffed.

-CHEERS

0:25:500:25:53

Did you like it? Did you like it? He did.

0:25:530:25:57

OK, here's one from Rosie, who's seven -

0:25:570:25:59

who has green hands and eats porridge?

0:25:590:26:01

-Mouldylocks!

-CHEERS

0:26:040:26:07

Got Jim chuckling! Got Jim chuckling!

0:26:070:26:10

I've got a joke, here we go.

0:26:100:26:12

I was speaking to a friend of mine yesterday - he's a gymnast - and

0:26:120:26:14

I was asking him how flexible he is, and he said, "I can't do Tuesdays".

0:26:140:26:18

WIND BLOWS, BELL RINGS

0:26:200:26:23

-I think David's about to be sick.

-Yeah.

0:26:240:26:27

I'll be OK, I'll be OK, I'll be OK.

0:26:270:26:29

OK, let's move on. Maybe you can do better than me.

0:26:290:26:31

If you can, why not get involved with the comedy classroom?

0:26:310:26:34

Three original jokes - your joke could be judged by Richard Curtis

0:26:340:26:37

and Miranda Hart, and read out on the live Red Nose Day special.

0:26:370:26:40

You've got to get them in by the 28th of February, please.

0:26:400:26:42

-Are you OK?

-I really enjoyed that joke.

-Do you need a tissue?

0:26:420:26:46

Also, don't worry if you don't want to write your own jokes,

0:26:460:26:48

because you can still get involved in Red Nose Day.

0:26:480:26:50

All you need to do is head to the Blue Peter website,

0:26:500:26:52

print out one of these forms, download the template - thanks, Radz

0:26:520:26:55

- and let us know what your top three favourite jokes are.

0:26:550:26:58

We're going to add them to the totaliser. We're currently on...

0:26:580:27:02

-What are we on? 1,750!

-That's loads.

-Cheers, guys, that's great.

0:27:020:27:09

The question is - can we get to 2,500?

0:27:090:27:13

You haven't got long, they all need to be in by Wednesday 22 March,

0:27:130:27:17

so get writing.

0:27:170:27:18

-And let's have another cheer for David Walliams.

-Thank you.

0:27:180:27:21

-APPLAUSE AND CHEERS

-Thank you.

0:27:210:27:23

So, that's all we've got time for on this week's show,

0:27:230:27:26

but on next week's show, my second favourite person,

0:27:260:27:28

next to David - Sir Chris Hoy - is going to be in the studio.

0:27:280:27:31

-What a legend.

-Pancake Day's going to happen with a difference.

0:27:310:27:34

We're going to show you how to make three different types of pancake,

0:27:340:27:37

and you're going to like it a lot.

0:27:370:27:38

As well as that, we're joined by author Francesca Simon,

0:27:380:27:42

writer of Horrid Henry books.

0:27:420:27:43

She's amazing, she's going to be in the BP studio.

0:27:430:27:46

-See you next week.

-Bye.

-Bye.

0:27:460:27:48

David Walliams talks about his book Grandpa's Great Escape! Lindsey and Radzi test out their skills in a special game of golf and vlogger Nikki Lilly bakes some delicious treats for the team.