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Wynne Evans is joined by Britain's Got Talent winner Richard Jones, Jodi Bird and the Tenors of Rock for a night of comedy and music from the Great Hall at Swansea University.


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# We're here in Swansea, at Pudsey's Big Welsh Party.

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# And I'm Wynne Evans to get the party started

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# So much Welsh talent from across the nation

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# And all we're asking for is your kind donation

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# And Jodi Bird will be taking flight.

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# The Baby Queens, they're all agreed to help raise cash

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Yes, hello and welcome to Pudsey's Big Welsh Party,

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coming from the Great Hall at Swansea University!

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We have a great show for you tonight,

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and the first of our brilliant guests is a group of

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unlikely lads who have only gone and bagged themselves

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a residency on the strip in Las Vegas ? ladies

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and gentlemen, boys and girls, it's Tenors of Rock!

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# There's a lady who knows # All that glitters is gold

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# And she's buying a stairway to heaven

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# When she gets there, she knows # If the stores are all closed

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# With a word she can get what she came for

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# # And she's buying a stairway to

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heaven # And she's buying a stairway to

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heaven # Baby I ain't fooling

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# I'll have to send you back to school

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# Way down inside I'm going to give you my love

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# Want a whole lot of love # Want a whole lot of love

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# Yeah, yeah, yeah # Want a whole lot of love

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# Still got a whole lot of love # I'm here to say

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# Let loose # People looking to the stars

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# Each and every one of ours is running wild

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# Yeah, yeah, yeah # Want a whole lot of love #. Thank

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you. Gareth, tell us about this

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Las Vegas booking. We've been going back to Vegas a few

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times, and we got the attention of some bookers. We got a phone call

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when we were in Manila. Only two other Welsh acts have done this,

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Shirley Bassey and Tom Jones. We cannot really believe it. Tom is a

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legend out there. Five is great, but six would be better, wouldn't it?

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Yeah! Let's do it. Thank you very much to the Tenors of Rock. You can

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donate ?10 by your mobile to Children in Need. We have to tell

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you the terms and conditions. Tonight, we have to sing the terms

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of conditions to you to make it more interesting.

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# Texts will cost your donation, plus your standard network message

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charge # And all of your donations

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# Will go to BBC Children in Need # You must be 16 or over

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# And please ask the bill payer's permission

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# For more information # And for terms and conditions

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# Go to our website # Please donate your money today #.

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Never have I been so interested in the terms and conditions. We will be

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hearing more from Jodie later on. Now, throughout the show we'll

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have our pick of the best of last night's fundraising extravaganza

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on BBC One. First up is this performance

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from Little Mix. Welcome to Haringey Shed,

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one of the amazing projects funded Today, the children think they're

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here to rehearse our version They just think it's

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an ordinary rehearsal, but they're in fact in for a little

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bit of a Little Mix surprise. Whilst the children are going

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through their warm-ups, unbeknown to them, we'll be

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watching their every move. We've put a team of workmen

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in disguise in the studio to really throw them

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off the scent. And the staff and all the volunteers

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are all involved. All right, ready,

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Terry, thanks, mate. Sorry, we're just trying

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to do one chorus. # All the girls

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on the block knocking at my door # Want to know what it is

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make the boys want more # All the girls on the block

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knocking at my door # Want to know what it is

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make the boys want more # And it's called

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Black Magic... # I was, like, oh, my gosh! I can't

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believe Little Mix were here. And it's like my dream world has

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come true. We wanted to come down here and see

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what everyone does So, what sort of activities

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do you do here? We do acting, singing,

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and playing instruments. So what would you guys

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say is the best thing If you mostly come

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here all the time, It was really amazing

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when they just popped out of there because we never

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knew they were there. Little Mix were burst out,

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I was actually crying. It was the best day

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I've ever had, ever. Now, one of the big highlights

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of every Children in Need is where choirs from around the UK

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all sing together to help raise This year was no exception,

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and I went along to one of the local Swansea schools as they rehearsed

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for this year's song. So I've come to this primary school

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to find out how rehearsals have been going. We asked some of the kids

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hear what they think of Children in Need. Let's get this choir into

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shape! I want you just clap. One, two, three, four. So what is

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Children in Need all about? To help children that are in need, and that

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need help with some things. Yes? It just helps other children get a

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better life. Can't argue with that. What have you been up to this week?

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Trying to get lots of money. Now time to pass on some of my many

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years of musical training. Don't show that bit! What is it like being

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in the choir? It's really fun being in the choir, because I like

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singing. Not everyone gets to do this. I might get a bit nervous. I

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don't think I'm going to be nervous, because I will be singing with other

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people. Singing is great. We will be superb in Swansea. We are going to

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be the best. Why is Children in Need so good? Pudsey Bear. We are

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donating money and it is a special day. I really, really love Children

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in Need, because you are helping people by raising money. And we will

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be seeing the full song with the massed UK choir later on.

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Plus we've got magician and Britain's Got Talent

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winner Richard Jones, more of the best bits from last

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night's show and also lots of homegrown Welsh talent,

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all helping us raise as much money as we can for Children in Need.

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And talking of Welsh talent ? time for some music now from a band

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They have a bit of a gender imbalance going on -

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there are five girls and one boy in this band ? is that allowed?

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Of course it is, please give a big welcome to Baby Queens!

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# Thinking the ways that I can break it to you

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# This love's overdue, gotta be honest with you

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# I wish my mind would feel the way my heart feels

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# This emotional attachment is so real

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# This predicament is one big mystery

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# This predicament is one big mystery

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They are brilliant, thanks so much for joining us in Swansea tonight.

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Last night, of course, was the big Children in Need show

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from Elstree, and here's one of my highlights.

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Keeping the Welsh connection going, Rob Brydon was in the chair for one

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of my favourite shows. Good evening and welcome

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to a very special edition of Would I Lie To You

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for Children In Need. On Lee Mack's team tonight,

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ten-year-old unicorn And 11-year-old football mad

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Jack from Wrexham. And on David Mitchell's team

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tonight, nine-year-old self-confessed tomboy

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Zara from Nottingham. And nine-year-old aspiring inventor

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Adit from Harrow. This is the autograph I got

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from Lee Mack after I accidentally Now, Lee, maybe you could read to us

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what it was that you wrote It certainly sounds like the sort

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of joke you'd to try to make. So where did this happen,

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Kitty? It was in a Waitrose

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cafe. Very working class

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and down-to-earth. Could you change that

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to ASDA or Lidl? Lee Mack was in a Waitrose cafe

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having a pheasant wrap? I wanted to get his attention,

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so I walked over. Why didn't you want to

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meet her again? Why did you wish

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you'd never met her? I think it was to do

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with the scalding pain in my legs. So, what do you think

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then, David's team? I don't think you would

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write on a napkin. OK, right, Kitty,

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truth or lie? I can play a TV theme tune

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on the thing Rob is about to I tell you what, this

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is going to be interesting. I mean, first of all,

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what is it? Well, I don't know,

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you're so small, Rob, It could be something

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you find in a Kinder Egg. Well, you tell us,

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you know what it is, Adit. It's not a trumpet, it's not

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a trumpet. You say you play the theme tune

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to a television show? That's a good question,

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which show? I can't really remember

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the other ones. You see, now we're in this tricky

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situation, aren't we, because if we ask him to play it

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and he's telling the truth, he will deliberately not be able

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to play it, won't he, to trick us. I think if we just discuss it,

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and then if it's true, Adit will play the tune,

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and if it's not true, You think it's true and he's

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pretending he didn't know what kind of instrument

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it was? I'm going with Jack

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and saying it's true. You are watching Pudsey's Big Welsh

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Party. from the Great Hall

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in Swansea University! Been busy raising

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money for Children in Need - and this next

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film is just one example of where that money

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is spent in Wales - it's a This is Cwmparc at the end of the

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Rhonda Valley. There's one road in and the same road out. Like many

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parts of the valleys it's a former mining town with a strong sense of

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community. And one of the focal points of this community is Alison

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House, a former old people centre which for 15 years has been a safe

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centre for young people to come, played learn and have fun. And this

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place wouldn't be here without Children in Need. Ask almost anyone

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in Cwmparc and they will know Beth Williams. She is the driving force

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behind Alison house and she is like a second mother to lots of these

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young people here. Bev's everything, you can always trust her. Awarded to

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diesel Fisher for outstanding performance in the challenges. She's

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such an easy person to get on with. She's loyal, respectful, and

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anything you need, just ask and she will help you. Terry came here as a

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teenager and Bev stuck with him through some tricky times. From the

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ups and downs, from turning 18, I decided to go on the wrong path but

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I was fortunate enough to have somebody like Bev go out of her way

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to say, come on, let's give you a boost. Bev asked Terry to volunteer

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on a sent him on courses and sent him for interviews. He has a

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full-time job working on the railway. When I look at Kerry I

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think, look how well you've done. You had problems, look how well he

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has done. You can see that there are ways out of things. I come back to

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visit, I see the youngsters in my shoes five or ten years ago, helping

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out and volunteering. You realise them how lucky you are to be able to

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use a club like this. Hopefully the funding will carry on. And that's

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the point. Without your donations, Alison house would shut and Bev

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wouldn't be able to do what she does, helping children become adults

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and showing them it is good to help others. We have kids here five years

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old, sitting in the corner, don't know what to play with, don't know

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what to do. The old ones will come along and take them under their wing

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and that's fantastic. That's the best feeling in the world for me.

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Best job in the world, I love it. This is so much more than a youth

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club. It's a special place which, for 15 years, has been a vital part

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of Cwmparc. When people are in the shop buying Pudsey Bear and things,

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it's all coming to good causes like ours. You are helping causes like

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ours, thank you very much. Perhaps we should leave the last word to

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Diesel. It's fun, there are lots of things to do around here, it's the

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best thing you can basically do. Here is the star of that film,

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Diesel. What does Alison house mean to you? My childhood, all my

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memories and everything. How crucial is the Children in Need funding? It

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is crucial, we are in a deprived area and Children in Need has been

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funding us for 20 years and without it we would not be able to run. Did

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you enjoy seeing yourself in the film? Yes, and I was so proud of

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everybody, especially Diesel. Absolutely brilliant.

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Well, if you want to help projects like Alison House,

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you can give ?10 right now by texting from your phone.

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And here are the terms and conditions.

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# Texts will cost your donation plus your standard network charge

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# And your donation will go to Children in Need

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# Yes, your donation # Yes, your donation will go to

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Children in Need # Your donation will go to Children

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in Need # You must be 16 or over

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# And please ask the bill payer's permission

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# For more information and full terms and conditions

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# Go to bbc.co.uk/Pudsey # Yes, your donation will go to BBC

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# # Will go to BBC Children in Need.

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Thank you very much. And as promised, this is the moment when

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our choir sang their hearts out for Children in Need.

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the UK Children's Choir, including pupils from four local

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# Sometimes in our lives we all have pain

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# We know that there's always tomorrow

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# So just call on me, brother when you need a hand

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# I just might have a problem that you'd understand

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# So just call on me, brother when you need a hand

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# I just might have a problem that you'd understand

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# If I have things you need to borrow

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# For no-one can fill those of your needs

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# If there is a load you have to bear

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Well, I am sure you agree, our choir was amazing!

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Let's take a look now at another highlight

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from last night's big Children in Need show.

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I couldn't have wished for anything better than this performance from

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the cast of the West and's latest show, Aladdin.

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# A whole new world # 100,000 things to see

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# I'm like a shooting star # I've come so far

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# I can't go back to where I used to be.

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# A whole new world # With new horizons to see

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# An chase them anywhere # There's time to spare

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# Let me share this whole new world with you.

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# A whole new world # I swear we'll be

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# For you and me # You've got three wishes

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# Master, you're in luck # Because up your sleeve

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# The magic never fails # You've got some power in your

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corner # You've got some punch, all you've

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got to do is run that lamp # Mr Aladdin, Sir,

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# What will your pleasure be # Let me take your order

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# You've never had a friend like me # Come on, kid

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# Listen up # Can your friends do this?

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# Can your friends do that? # Can your friends do this?

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# Can your friends do that? # Can your friends go, abracadabra?

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# Somebody call me a taxi # And I'll take it home

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# Come on! # Mr Aladdin's cave Sir

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# You ain't never had a friend, never had a friend

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# Never! # Had a friend like me!

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# Never had a friend like me #. Now, we're in The Great Hall,

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which is a brand new venue on the huge Swansea Bay campus

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of Swansea University. And earlier on this week,

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this very building hosted a night of comedy to help raise money

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for BBC Children in Need. So I'm down here in Swansea for what

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I've been promised is going to be a great night of comedy, but I will be

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the judge of that. Let's check it out. Good evening and welcome. A

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quick round of applause for Children in Need night! Come on, here we go.

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Nice to be here. It was my birthday recently, and as a present, my

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girlfriend got me a square box for the flat. And now, every time I say

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a swear word, I have to spend the night at home. Have a walk down our

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lovely canal system, and over the other side of the canal, I saw a

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little baby seagull with a broken wing. I rang the RSPCA.

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Unfortunately for me, I got through to the West Midlands switchboard,

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which did nothing to the stereotype. I said, I'd like to report an

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injured seagull. She said, you would like to report a ninja seagull? I'm

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from a place called Chatham. I know it was the birthplace of the chavs,

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because I was a chav. I used to get a bus in two BH have. I am not in

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character. I always dress like this. It is not 1975. Putting it out there

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early on, because when I did a gig from Llanelli, I freaked a lot of

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the audience out. They thought I'd come from the future. We are taking

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part in something called the one-liner challenge tonight. It

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could change your life. Who is up for it? I'm here backstage with some

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of the high-quality talent, and I've brought some of our guinea pigs with

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us. Any advice for this lot before the one-liner challenge? Timing, and

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don't worry about the audience. You cannot see them anyway. Just enjoy

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yourself. If you enjoy yourself, they will. Two very different

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styles. Do you feel confident? Absolutely. Let's unleashed the

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Dragon. Welcome! What did the cheese say when it looked in The Mirror?

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Pellu me! - Mac Halloumi. The other evening I

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was in the kitchen washing up, when I picked up a saucer, and I happened

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to glance at it. To my amazement, there was a group of spiders on it.

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They were kicking around a very tiny football ball. One takes out a tiny

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whistle, and he says, I've been watching you for a few minutes, and

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that's not good enough. Remember, in two weeks, you are playing in the

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cup! It was fantastic. I really enjoyed it. It wasn't too bad. A fun

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experience. Hopefully get to make it on TV. Ladies and gentlemen, give it

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up for them! And natural. Like Ross Noble, but more beautiful. Thank you

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to everybody who took part, laughed, and paid to get in.

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It was a great night of fundraising for Children in Need.

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Now time for a performance from someone very special.

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She first appeared on Britain's Got Talent,

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Singing All Of Me, accompanied by our musical director,

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# What would I do without your smart mouth?

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# Drawing me in and you kicking me out

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# What's going on in that beautiful mind?

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# My head's under water but I'm breathing fine

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# You're crazy and I'm out of my mind.

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# Love your curves and all your edges

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# How many times do I have to tell you?

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# Even when you're crying you're beautiful too

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# My worst distraction, my rhythm and blues

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# I can't stop singing, it's ringing in my head for you

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# My head's under water but I'm breathing fine

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# You're crazy and I'm out of my mind

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# Love your curves and all your edges

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# Love your curves and all your edges

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Thank you Jodi - what an amazing performance.

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Acra how has life been since Britain's got talent? Life has been

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great, Simon Cowell and I are still besties. And you have just done your

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A-levels. They went well, I am so grateful. Plans for the future? Some

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very exciting project up in London that I can't talk about. That's what

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we love, projects in London that we talk about.

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And you can still help us raise as much money as possible

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And here with the terms and conditions, is Jodi!

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# To donate ?10, text the word Donate to 70410

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# Plus your standard network message charge

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# And please ask the bill payer's permission

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Now we are in Swansea University, where earlier this week,

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lots of students got involved with fundraising

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Raising money for Children in Need, come on guys! Haircut, ?5.

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Candyfloss, ?5. Thank you, have a nice day. I'm in my hometown of

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Swansea, lots of fundraising going on. I am protecting icy conditions

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later on. But first it into the warmth of the students nursery. How

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cute are these fundraisers? Sponsored Kate, lots of colouring,

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the children are wearing pyjamas. Where are your pyjamas? Mine are at

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home. No pyjamas but she put something in the pot. Helping the

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kids today. Or the sports science societies are playing their parts.

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Go Swansea for Pudsey. Their kids have a special Pudsey twist. We've

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got all the sports team in these socks, we are hoping to sell 1000 by

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the end of the week to raise ?5,000 for Children in Need. I braved the

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rain to meet the ultimate Frisbee team. Ultimately I'm pretty useless.

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Great chance to give back to the community. We are really keen on

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raising money for children. These Pudsey Sox are a cool way of doing

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that. Children in Need mean Strictly and the dance Society have laid

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their parts. We did a Strictly Come Dancing event, we had a winner at

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being of the night. How much did you raise? ?474. After such an

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impressive effort from all, those icy conditions are now unavoidable!

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This is for Pudsey after all. If you can't beat them, join them!

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This year we were reminded of the incredible support Terry Wogan gave

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to Children in Need. I picked this performance from take that as my

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highlight. # You, you're such a big star to me

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# You're everything I wanna be # But you're stuck in a hole

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and I want you to get out # But I know it's time

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for you to leave # We're

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all just pushing along # Trying to figure it out,

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out, out # All your anticipation

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pulls you down # When you can have

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it all, you can have it all # So come on, come on,

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get it on # Don't know what you're

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waiting for # Your time is coming

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don't be late, hey hey # Stop being so hard

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on yourself # It's not good

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for your health # I know that

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you can change # So clear your head

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and come round # You only have

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to open your eyes # You might just

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get a big surprise # And you might want to smile,

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smile, smile # So come on, come on,

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get it on # Don't know what you're

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waiting for # Your time is coming

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don't be late, hey hey # You're all that matters

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to me # So come on, come on,

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get it on # Don't know what you're

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waiting for # Your time is coming

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don't be late, hey hey # You're all that matters

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From the Albert Hall in London back to the great Hall in Swansea and my

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chance to meet the reigning champion of Britain's got talent, magician

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Richard Jones. Loads of things I did not know about

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you, you only took magic two years ago, you still in the Army in the

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cavalry? Yes, a lot of people assumed I left the army when I won

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but I am still there. I took up magic when I joined the Army,

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travelling the world, a lot of time on coaches and aeroplanes to learn

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sleight of hand techniques. I have fast tracked the last few years.

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Swansea will be your home over Christmas, you are doing a panto?

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I'm really looking forward to the panto season, hoping to see as many

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people are here tonight in December. What are you going to be, Aladdin or

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something? I'm Merlin. Absolutely brilliant. At the grand Theatre?

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Yes. I presume you are going to do some magic? Absolutely. I need to

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macro volunteers. Can we have two volunteers from the audience? You,

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madam. And you, Madam as well. Fantastic, give them a round of

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applause as they come up. Thank you very much for joining us. If you

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could join us on the sofa. Going to do a bit of mind reading. I've got

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some books here. I'll give you the dictionary, and if you both take a

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book. We will try to find a word at random. Would you mind saying stop?

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Stops. Look at the page number we have stopped on and find it in your

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books as quickly as possible. Quick as you can, find the page. I just

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want you to remember the first word on the first line of the page for

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me. You have both got a word locked in your mind. Now it all depends on

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how well I can read people. I'm going to try it with yourself. Think

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of your word, have you got one? Yeah. Good stuff. I don't know why,

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but I'm getting a number. I'm getting a number. I don't know why.

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Does that mean anything to you? Knows.

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It's not a number plate or something. What is the word you are

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thinking of? Design. This is a tough one but I'm going to try and put

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this back with a big finish. You've got the dictionary in your hand. Can

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you turn to page 88, quick as you can. Hopefully this will be a big

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finish. You chose design. 88, there should be two columns, left and

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right. Look down the left column, count down 12 words and tell us what

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is that word? Am I allowed to show it to the camera? Go for it. Design.

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Thank God. There we go. Wow. Wowee. Thank you, Cheers. Richard Jones,

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thank you so much. Now it's time to see a film about a little boy called

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Eli. Eli is for now. When he was born,

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there was a high number of children born with downs. We had a network of

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parents of children, and we started doing more activities together, and

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then we eventually decided to form a hands up for downs. Just a few hours

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after Eli was born, the doctor sat us round the table and said, we

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think he's got down syndrome. For me, he was just my little boy. I

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didn't mind that he had Down's syndrome, he was just my boy. You

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find the things that are needed and required, and you think that if you

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need it, you will get it on the NHS. But that is not how it works. We

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started looking at services, and it is hard. So we started looking at

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fundraising. Can you find? Without the Children in Need funding, our

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children would not be accessing one-to-one speech and language

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provision. It's just been amazing. To be able to join in with other

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children and play games, important things like sentences, who is going

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neck? Whose turn it is? Eli can join in. It is very rewarding them that

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you are helping them to successfully join in conversations, and enjoy

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communication. It's lovely to see that. Goodbye, Eli. And that is why

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we are here. Seeing the difference

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that your donations can make to young people like Eli,

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it explains why we are all here tonight, and there's still time

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to give money to help children You can give right now

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by text or via the website. # To donate ?10, text

:00:01.:00:04.

the word Donate to 70410 # Plus your standard network

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message charge # And please ask

:00:09.:00:15.

the bill payer's permission Now, we have a certain bear

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who's desperate to join Gareth, can Pudsey have a go, too?

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Ladies and Gentlemen, boys and girls, a very special

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performance from Pudsey # I'm just another heart

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in need of rescue # And I'm gonna hold on for

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the rest of my days # Cos I know what it means

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Whoa-oh-oh # To walk along

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the lonely street of dreams # Goin' down the only

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road I've ever known # Like a drifter I was

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born to walk alone # Again

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# If you wanna be a singer or play guitar

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# Man, you gotta sweat or you won't get far

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# Cos it's never too late to work nine-to-five

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# You can take a stand or you can compromise

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# You can work real hard or just fantasise

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# But you don't start living till you realise

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Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls. The Tenors of Rock. We need

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everybody on their feet, and hands in the air!

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Because of you, Children in Need helps children across the UK. All

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across the UK. From Scotland. To England. Wales. To Northern Ireland.

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Because of you, help is never far away. Your parents are always there

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for you, but she's someone else. She's very special. Because of you,

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there is a bright future. Because of you, there is help in the toughest

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times. I knew from that moment on that he would be OK. You have helped

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children smile and laugh, even when life feels really hard. Children in

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Need can make a difference, and it's all because of you. Any-macro thank

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you. Thank you. You. Thank you. Well, we've come to the end of the

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show. Thank you to everybody who has donated and supported Children in

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Need. Thanks to Pudsey. Thanks to our hosts, Swansea University, and

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to our artists, Tenors of Rock, Richard Jones, Baby Queens, and Jodi

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Bird. Jodi is going to join me now and our choir to sing us out. From

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Swansea, good night. # When I'm down

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# And all my soul is so weary # When troubles come

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# Then I am still # Right here in the silence

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# Until you come and sit a while with me

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# You raise me up so I can stand on mountains

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# You raise me up # To walk on stormy seas

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# I am strong when I am on your shoulder

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# You raise me up # To more than I can be

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# You raise me up so I can stand on mountains

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# I am strong when I am on your shoulders

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# I am strong when I am on your shoulders

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And I'm so pleased to say, Wales raised a record breaking million.

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Christine, what would you like to drink? Have you any white wine? Yes.

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I'll have a large white wine, and a whisky and soda.

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Make sure that chicken's cooked properly. I will.

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I had a couple of peri-peri drummers when I was at that air show.

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Wynne Evans and Pudsey are joined by Britain's Got Talent winner Richard Jones, singer Jodi Bird and the Tenors of Rock for a night of comedy, music and magic from the Great Hall at Swansea University, supporting BBC Children in Need.