Journey to the Centre of the Earth Everything's Rosie


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Journey to the Centre of the Earth

Animation. Rosie, Raggles goes in search of a volcano and Will learns all about science experiments at Big Bear's.


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# All sing along, all sing along

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# We can laugh and play

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# It's fun all day When we all sing our song

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# Everything's Rosie Everything's Rosie

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# Everything's fun when your friends are around

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# Raggles and Bluebird

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# Big Bear and Oakley

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# Everything is Rosie now

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# Ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh. #

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Boom!

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Raggles, you scared me!

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Oh, sorry, Rosie.

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This book is so interesting.

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It's about volcanoes.

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I wish I could go and see a real volcano.

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Where's the nearest one?

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I don't think there are any volcanoes around here.

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I'm quite glad about that.

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Aw!

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Think hard, Rosie.

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There must be one around here somewhere.

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Ooh!

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Hm.

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Hi, Holly. What's Will up to?

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Will?

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Um... Why are you wearing swimming goggles?

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To protect my eyes.

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All scientists wear safety goggles, Rosie.

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Why have you got all those jars?

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These aren't jars, Holly.

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They are test tubes.

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What are test tubes?

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-They're for doing experiments.

-What experiments?

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You'll see.

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Boom!

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Hey? What?

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BIRD SQUAWKS

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Don't panic, Oakley, but you're sitting on top of a volcano.

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Squawk! A volcano?

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Yes. Lots of hot lava could erupt from it like this.

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What? But I've just redecorated my nest.

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It's all right, Bluebird.

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This isn't a volcano.

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Just a very safe old hill.

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Volcanoes are made when hot lava from the centre of the earth

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pushes its way up through the ground.

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Can you feel the lava, Oakley?

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Does it make your roots warm?

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No, Raggles.

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Lava is deep, deep down beneath layers of rock,

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even deeper than my roots go.

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But how can you tell when a volcano is going to erupt?

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Sometimes you can feel the ground vibrating,

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if you have sensitive feet like me.

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Yes, and when a volcano is going to erupt,

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everyone must get away from it as quickly as they can.

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Tell me some more volcano signs.

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Well, there's rumbling, of course.

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Ah, yes. A rumbling sound from deep, deep in the ground.

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I'm going to find a volcano.

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See you later.

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What happened with your experiment, Will?

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Good question.

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I thought I'd end up with more than just some funny-coloured stuff.

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Hi, Will. Hi, Holly. Can I borrow some salt, please?

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Yes, of course, Big Bear.

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Actually, I borrowed it for my experiments.

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There must be an exciting one I can do.

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I've got the perfect thing.

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Come with me, Will.

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Vibrations in the ground.

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Did you feel them too, Ed?

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ED SQUEAKS

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Look out everyone.

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A volcano is going to erupt.

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Boom!

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Hello, Raggles. Hello, Ed. What's all this...

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About a volcano then?

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Oh, erm...

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ED SQUEAKS

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But, Big Bear, I want to do science experiments, not cookery.

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I do science in the kitchen every day, just cooking food.

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Here's the recipe for honey and banana bread.

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The yeast and the honey react together

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to make bubbles in the dough.

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That makes the bread rise and become lovely and soft.

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Can I have a go?

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This IS like doing science.

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Good work, scientist Will.

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Do you want to finish making the dough

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while I rake up the leaves in the garden?

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No problem.

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Very interesting.

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There!

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The more yeast I put in, the more bubbles there'll be.

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And the bread will be even more soft and yummy.

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Sh! I think I heard a rumble.

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Oops, that was my tummy.

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I didn't have much breakfast.

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What was that?

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The volcano. It's about to blow.

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Ooh!

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Well done, Will. You're a great bread-maker.

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Sorry, scientist.

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Now, let's get this dough in the oven.

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And I'm going to tell everyone to come and taste my amazing bread.

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I really don't think there are any volcanoes around here.

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Sorry, Raggles.

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Aw!

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There must be some other volcano signs to look for.

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Well, I've heard that smoke sometimes comes out of the ground

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when a volcano is about to erupt.

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Smoke?

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Raggles, I don't think we are going to find...

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A volcano! Look! Smoke!

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Caramba!

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Look out! A volcano is going to erupt!

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Boom!

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Don't panic, just get away from the volcano as quickly as you...

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Oh...

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Aw!

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I can't wait to taste Will's bread.

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Boy, neither can I.

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Raggles, what's wrong?

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Oakley and Archie told me all the signs to look for,

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but I still haven't found a volcano.

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ALL: Oh!

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Big Bear, I think you'd better come quick.

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Oh.

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Ooh! How much yeast did you use, Will?

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All of it.

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The ground's vibrating, there's a rumbling sound, there's smoke.

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All signs of a volcano.

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ALL: Ooh!

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Let's make sure everyone is safe.

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Come on, Holly, Matt and Nat.

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Everyone, away from the den.

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Nice and calm.

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Follow me, please.

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Good. Everyone is safe.

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Well done. That's exactly what you're supposed to do when

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there's a volcano.

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I mean, when Will bakes bread.

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Sorry, Big Bear. I didn't follow the recipe like you showed me.

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It was certainly an interesting experiment.

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But even scientists have to follow instructions, Will.

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I think the bread has stopped rising.

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I'll go and check on it.

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Everyone else, stand back, please.

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Look! A bread volcano!

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LAUGHTER

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Is anyone brave enough to try some...?

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Mmm...

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-Yummy, yummy...

-In my tummy.

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These should help us clear up the bread.

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Thanks for making sure everyone was safe, Raggles.

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I'm glad I could help even though it wasn't a real volcano.

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It was definitely an eruption though.

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LAUGHTER

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-Raggles?

-What is it, Rosie?

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No more bread, please.

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No, it's one of Will's experiments.

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I just put baking soda into this cup and then we pour in some vinegar...

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I want to do it.

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Yay!

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That's the best volcano ever!

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Look out, everyone!

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Boom!

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# Everything's Rosie Everything's Rosie

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# Everything's fun when your friends are around

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# Raggles and Bluebird

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# Big Bear and Oakley

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# Everything is Rosie now. #

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Raggles goes in search of a volcano and Will learns all about science experiments at Big Bear's. When Big Bear's oven starts steaming and rumbling like a real eruption, Raggles knows just what to do!