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Ade Adepitan presents highlights from Children in Need 2016, including an unmissable Fantastic Beasts sketch. With music from Little Mix, Craig David and the cast of Aladdin.


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Good evening, and welcome to Children In Need 2016.

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Hello, welcome to the Children in Need studio. I am Ade Adepitan and I

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am here to guide you through the best bits of Children In Need 2016,

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which happened on this stage last night. We have so much to pack in.

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Team GB do strictly, EastEnders deal 80s movies, Craig David, the cast of

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Aladdin and Doctor Who, Would I Lie To You? And Eddie Redmayne and his

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Fantastic Beasts. We had best move on, he does not mess about. Are you

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ready? Here we go. MUSIC PLAYS.

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Team rickshaw 2016, here they come. The children think they are here to

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rehearse, they are in fact in for a surprise.

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Your response to the show was absolutely overwhelming will stop

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thank you so much to each and everyone who have given and raised

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money. It really is appreciated. There is still time to make a

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donation to help change a life and here is how you can. To donate ?10,

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text the word Donate. You can also make a donation online.

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Last night, Pudsey took over the Strictly Ballroom and this year four

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Olympians swapped their tight spandex for sparkling dance gear.

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Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, on your marks, get set,

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dance. CHEERING Going for gold tonight

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are for medal winning They have been limbering up

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backstage and are ready to go. So let's welcome them -

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our Children in Need stars! Gold medal-winning canoeist

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Joe Clarke and his partner Janette Hockey gold medallist Hollie Webb

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and her partner Neil Jones. Taekwondo silver medallist

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Lutalo Muhammad and his And two-time gold medal-winner rower

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Helen Glover and her They lit up Rio this summer

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and are hoping to light up this All four of our couples will compete

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in one special group performance, but they'll be judged individually,

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and only one couple will walk away with the Children

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in Need Pudsey trophy. And not only are they rising

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to the Strictly challenge tonight, they're also hoping to raise

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lots of money for thousands of disadvantaged children living

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right here in the UK. There's no voting tonight,

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as our Children in Need champion will be chosen by four

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very important people. The athletes trained hard for the

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Olympic Games, but how hard did they train tonight? I am Hollie Webb and

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I was a member of the Team GB hockey team. It was the greatest moment of

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my life. I probably should not say that. It should have been when I got

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engaged. I'm Helen Glover, and I'm two-time

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Olympic rowing champion. Glover and Stanning defend

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their Olympic title! Steve and I got married three

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weeks after the Olympics. He did Strictly, actually, in 2014 -

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he's really, really intrigued I'm Lutalo Muhammad,

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Olympic silver medallist In my Olympic final, I was leading

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up till the last second. Each time I do watch it,

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I do feel some of the same emotion. I was so close to being

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Olympic champion! I mean, I don't cry or anything -

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I'm far too manly for that. I'm Joe Clarke, I'm a kayaker,

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and I won gold in One of the first things my mum said

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to me was, "When are Training's

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going really well. The harder I try, the more

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confused I'm getting. I'm really scared that my mind's

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just going to go blank. Really nervous - probably more

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nervous than I was at the Olympics. She's worked me really hard

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and never given me any rest so hopefully it's worth it

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in the end and I can win Dancing for the Pudsey

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Glitterball Trophy, MUSIC: The Edge of Glory

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by Lady Gaga So they are choosing

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our champion tonight - let's find out if the judges

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think our athletes are on the right track

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with that performance. Well, may I just say first of all,

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thank you so much for giving Craig, our athletes are of course

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incredibly fit, they're also Well, yes, it did, as a matter

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of fact, and I'm very proud of them But I'm going to be talking

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a little bit about Hollie. I'm going to say, if I could ever

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play hockey, darling, You are absolutely

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amazing at that. Well, I can't believe,

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actually, all of you, how much But I have to say, I couldn't

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take my eyes off your Divine lines that you made,

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lovely lunge at the very end. So who will be crowned

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Children in Need champions? Tonight, the judges will make

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a group decision, while they confer, On behalf of all the judges, Len,

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as head judge, can you please tell May I first say, if they gave out

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medals for commitment and effort, you'd all be gold medallists,

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because you were brilliant. But we have come to a conclusion,

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and our winners and Children in Need Oh, I don't

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believe it! You came so close to

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winning gold in Rio. I just want to say a big

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thank you to the judges, And of course to my lovely

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dance partner Karen. Brilliant, thank you so

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much for taking part. A huge thank you to all our couples

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and to you at home for We'll be back very soon,

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but in the meantime... That was brilliant! Thanks to

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everyone at Strictly and of course, those fantastic Team GB Olympians.

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Well done, dies! Still to come on Children In Need's best bits, music

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from Craig David, East Enders go back to the 80s and Eddie Redmayne

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is in search of a pretty fantastic beast. But before all that, we

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should never forget why Children In Need happens every year. Here's a

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reminder. Because of you, Children In Need

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helps children across the UK. All across the UK. From Scotland! To

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England. Wales. To Northern Ireland. Because of you, help is never far

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away. Your parents are always there for you but this is someone else.

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Because of you, there's a brighter future. Because of you, there's help

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in the toughest times. I knew from that moment on that it would be OK.

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You have helps children smile and love, even when life feels really

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hard. What you have done is amazing. But there is so much more to do. So

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please, phone tonight and do something incredible. One thing you

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must do tonight is picked up the phone. Go on! Go on! We need you. We

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need you. Because of you, Children In Need can make a difference.

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Because of you, my child got her smile back. Because of you, I've got

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friends. Because of you, my daughter can walk again. Because of you, my

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son can talk again. Because of you, I've got a friend. Children In Need

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can make a difference and it's all because of you. Thank you. Thank

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you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

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To donate ?10, text the word donate 270410. Text messages will cost ?10

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plus your standard message charge. Visit the Children In Need website

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for more information. You can also make a donation online. Your money

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makes a huge difference to disadvantaged children and young

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people right across the UK. So please give whatever you can. And

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now, he was standing right in this spot, looking good and sounding good

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last night. Singing this here's Children In Need single, it is Craig

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David. # But I've been

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called into the light # Something about

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you makes me stronger # But all the lows,

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they feel like highs # When I'm with you

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I can hear them singing # The tears will fall

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when my eyes close # Lay me down

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# Don't let my feet touch the ground # Try to say the words

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but make no sound # Show me that you'll always be

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around # But time let us

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down Every year, the cast of Eastenders

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do something amazing the Children In Need and last up was no different.

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The residents of Albert Square when back in time for a musical

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celebration of the very best of iconic 80s films. It happened right

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here, and let me tell you this, it will take your breath away. Oh,

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yeah! MUSIC: Take My Breath Away by

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Berlin. # Give me time, I'll make you forget

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the rest # I've got more in me

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# And you can set it free # I'm going to learn

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how to fly # I'm going to make

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it to heaven # Light up the sky

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like a flame # I had the time of my life,

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and I owe it all to you # Don't be afraid to lose

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control # You're the one thing

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I can't get enough of # Because I've had

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the time of my life # Jack, get back, come on before

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we crack # Jack, get back, come on before

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we crack # Jack, get back, come on before

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we crack Woolford has never looked so Glam

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and that is what Children In Need is all about, raising money while

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having the time of your life. The other part is about coming together

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to help disadvantaged children and young people in every corner of the

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UK. This is a film about Macs and how his best mate Chloe has

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transformed his life. -- always. It's where the face

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forms differently. The ears don't have

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ear holes like mine. You're going to be deaf

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if you have that. Max has no ear canals,

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so although everything inside works, no sound gets in, so he has very

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unusual hearing aids. My hearing aids are like special

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hearing aids I have. He has implants in his head

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which they attach to. The sound goes into those,

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vibrates, and then he can hear. With his hearing aids in,

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Max's hearing is OK. But it's at night when the problems

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begin. In bed, he has to take the hearing

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aids out and he can't hear a thing. He would come downstairs,

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keep coming down, keep calling. It just made me feel

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terrified at night. It got to the point where

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he actually did not It's all like silent and it just

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freaks me out a bit. It was just really, really difficult

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getting him to sleep. It's just the feeling

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of being alone. Sometimes the mind

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plays tricks on you. Chloe is a specially

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trained hearing dog. Thanks to you, she's just one

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of many dogs across the UK that support deaf children in their

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daily lives. She lies right there and I love

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that just because I can Him knowing that he can be

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woken by Chloe makes It makes him realise

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he is not isolated. It's like having the best friend

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in the world times ten next to you. In the past, Max has had people

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that have made nasty All of that just chips away,

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knocks his confidence. Some people treat me differently

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because of the way I look. Now when they say hello to Chloe,

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they say hello to me too, and that just makes me

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feel so happy. I feel like she's

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part of the family. You can also make a donation online.

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Still to come, music from the Children in Need children's choir

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and a sketch from Eddie Redmayne and friends. First, an early Christmas

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present. An appointment with the doctor, and I mean Doctor Who. A

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scene from this year's Christmas special.

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What is happening? What are you doing?

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Special agent Dan Dangerous from Scotland Yard.

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They have institutes all over the world but always

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New York is not a capital city, is it?

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You don't need to point out the mistakes, that is not what you are

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for. I would call security,

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but they might leave you alive. I do not want any awkward questions

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about the intruders. I was forced to shoot for my

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own protection. Tell them you shot us

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in the back in self-defence. We'll be laughing all

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the way to the slab. Face me

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now. It's like someone

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knocking on the window. We are on the 100th

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floor. The window, like everything,

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is built to withstand a blast equivalent to 4

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nuclear explosions. Please understand it is against my

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personal code to cause lasting harm to an individual, however, light to

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moderate injuries are fine. Will the dock to get out of that? You will

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have to wait until Christmas to find out -- Doctor Who?

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Next Rob Brydon with a special episode of Would I Lie To You? Good

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evening and welcome to a special edition of Would I Lie To You for

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

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

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mad 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. Ah, now then, there's

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a box under the desk. Could you first of all read out

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the card, Kitty, that's in there, and then when you've read it out,

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place the object on the desk. This is the autograph I got

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

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to us what it was that It certainly sounds

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like the sort of joke 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. Kitty, why would you want

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to get his attention? So you walked up to him,

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and did he seem friendly, Kitty? Yeah.

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He might have been with, like... And then I was like, "Oh,

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sorry, sorry, sorry." And then we got someone to come

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and clear it up. And then I said,

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"Can I get your autograph?" And then when you gave it to me,

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I was like, OK, wow. They don't care about autographs any

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more, it's all this, innit? I don't know if he had his phone

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on him, but a selfie, then. You'd have asked for

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a selfie on my phone? And then expected me to say,

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"Here, have this?" Why didn't you want

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to 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. And how do we know that that's

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a Waitrose napkin? Do you know the difference?

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No. Because if you do,

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we're in business. Would you like us to pass

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you the evidence? "I wish we'd never

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met," no full stop. 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. I can play a TV theme

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tune on the thing Rob Wow.

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Yes, wow, indeed. I tell you what, this

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is going to be interesting. Well, I don't know, you're so small,

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Rob, it's hard to get a perspective. 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 to a

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television show? Yeah.

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Which one, which TV show? That's a good question,

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which show? OK.

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Any others? 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

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not be able to play it, 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, I don't think it's true

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because he said he knows how to play a theme tune and he said,

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"I can't remember the others." So you're not happy that he's

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changing the story. Yeah, my wife's got a similar

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face to that. You think it's true and he's

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pretending he didn't know what kind I'm going with Jack

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and saying it's true. That noise signals time is up

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and it's the end of the show. In real life,

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lying is a bit like me. I agree with Rob Brydon, honesty is

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the best policy. Every year on Children in Need we have a lot of

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fun in the name of helping disadvantaged children all over the

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UK. This is the story of Byron and how your kindness enabled one boy to

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make a very big splash. Learning to swim is something every

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child should do. And five-year-old

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Byron is no exception. He has swimming lessons once a week

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and he's doing so well. But for Byron, learning

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to swim is tough. He has cerebral palsy,

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which makes it hard for him And that's where

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Sally-Anne comes in. She's a specially trained swimming

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instructor funded What does she teach

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you? Have you seen an improvement

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in Byron since he started swimming? He couldn't use his limbs

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independently of each other. The next stage for Byron

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is independent swimming. And I do believe he will be

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able to achieve that. At home, Byron doesn't

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have the freedom he has in the pool and he misses out on doing simple

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things with his younger brothers. But when he is in the pool,

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Byron not only gets fantastic exercise, he also gets special time

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playing with his whole family. It's just really nice because Byron

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is in a lot of discomfort and gets in a lot of pain so to see him not

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necessarily pain-free but being allowed to

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play with his brothers, I think it's amazing that something

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so small like being in a swimming pool with your family can make

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people so happy. And it's because of your donations

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that Byron and other children To donate... For more information

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visit BBC .co .uk/ Pudsey, where you can make a donation online.

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Last night Rhys Price came alive at the cast of West End musicals came

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to the party. The genie from Aladdin gave us a medley of their greatest

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hits. I suppose you want to see it? Your wish is my command.

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# Follow me to a place where incredible feats are routine

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# See the dervishes dance in ridiculous pants

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# Then romance to your heart's delight

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# Come on down, come on in, let the magic begin

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# More often than not are hotter than hot

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# Could fall and fall hard out there on the dunes

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# Arabian nights Arabian nights

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# Shining, shimmering, splendid

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# Tell me, princess, now when did you last

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# Over, sideways and under On a magic carpet ride

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# No one to tell us no Or where to go

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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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# With new horizons to pursue # Every moment gets better

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# I'll 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 # A whole new world

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# That's where we'll be # That's where we'll be

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# A thrilling chase # A wondrous place

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# Well Ali Baba had them forty thieves

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# But master you're in luck 'Cause up your sleeves

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# You got a brand of magic never fails

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# You got some power in your corner now

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# Some heavy ammunition in your camp

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# You got some punch, pizzazz, yahoo

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# See all you gotta do is rub that lamp

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# And I'll say Mister Aladdin, Sir

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# Let me take your order Jot it down

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# You ain't never had a friend like me

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

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# Can your friends do "Abracadabra, let her rip!"

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Somebody, call me a taxi, we're takin' it home!

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

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# You ain't never had a friend

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OK, still to come, Eddie Redmayne gets his wires crossed in the world

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of witchcraft and wizardry. But first, one of the most uplifting and

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inspiring moments of every Children In Need. 1577 children, nine towns

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and one amazing performance. This is the Children In Need children's

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choir. # Sometimes in our lives

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we all have pain # We know that

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there's always tomorrow # So just call on me, brother

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when you need a hand # I just might have a problem

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that you'd understand # So just call on me, brother

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when you need a hand # I just might have a problem

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that you'd understand # If I have things

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you need to borrow # For no-one can fill

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those of your needs # If there is a load

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you have to bear Is exactly what Children In Need is

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all about, people coming together from all across the UK to do

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something amazing to help others. This is a film that is a great

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example of how the money you donate can bring hope and happiness into a

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young child's life. This is Kristian's story.

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When we get in the car, he's always intrigued.

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He doesn't necessarily know where he's going.

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You can actually see him getting gradually more excited as he's

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He doesn't use any means of communication apart from his smile

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Just to see a smile, it just means everything.

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When he was just seven months old, Kristian developed a rare

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form of epilepsy where seizures are relentless.

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He was a tiny little baby in our arms having

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His whole body tensing and shaking uncontrollably.

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For four years, he didn't have one day break of seizures.

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With each seizure, it's killing brain cells

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For now, Kristian's seizures are more under control.

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But he has been left with profound learning difficulties.

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He's seven but his brain is functioning more

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You have to be near him at all times because he just doesn't have any

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real sense of how to behave in a way.

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He doesn't have a concept of danger, so you've got to keep

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It consumes your whole life, your whole world.

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Five years ago, the family were put in touch with Haven House,

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a children's hospice supported by Children in Need that offers

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It's given Kristian a special place to play.

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When you take him there, it's like, he can't get out

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He's just gone in the blink of an eye and he's

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He knows everyone and everything in there.

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Your donations pay for Stacy, a healthcare support worker.

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Kristian is just a lovely little boy, so full of life.

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It's just a pleasure to look after him when he comes here.

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He will just take your hand and lead you to wherever he wants to go.

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They've got everything that you could possibly

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But the biggest thing, really, is that he can be somewhere

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He hasn't got somebody behind him saying, "Don't do that.

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He's got people saying, "Here you go.

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You must be 16 or over and ask the bill payer's permission. Visit the

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website address below for more information and you can also make a

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donation online. it is Blockbuster time. Grab your

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popcorn and make sure you are sitting comfortably.

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Please get behind this year's Children in Need.

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Sorry, I didn't mean to bother a Paralympian hero,

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I'm just trying to get through to Pudsey Bear, please.

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Look, when we went to the interview for this job, after we lost our last

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one, you said that you knew how this all worked.

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Yes, thank you, that would be lovely.

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What do you mean, "Let's try this one"?

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Nonnatus House, Sister Julienne speaking.

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Semi-invisible, beard, squirts ink out of his

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Let me guess, let me guess, let me guess.

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Gelatinous, large hat, loves custard!

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Destroyed three galaxies with his megasonic death ray!

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Right. Then no, that's not him.

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Well, I don't know who you're talking about.

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Thank you very much for your call. Have a good life.

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How on earth did we manage to patch him through to a transdimensional

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Might be because I spilt my banana milkshake on the console.

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Orange and raspberry Victoria sponge sandwich cake.

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Sorry, I didn't have it that time, but I think I've got it...

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The dispute over pay conditions has been formally settled.

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You'll have to be quick - I'm reading the news.

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We can't seem to find Pudsey there.

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Have you seen him, by any chance?

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I think you've got the wrong number.

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That's great, but that's quite enough cake, thank you.

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I'll just pop it down here, should you want it.

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Simon, hi there, it's Eddie Redmayne here.

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I like you, but I'm afraid it's a big fat no from me.

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Come on, make it quick - I'm busy.

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Well, it's obvious what's happened here.

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You've clearly been put through to me by the Twit Twins

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You've made fundamental errors and shown a total lack

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of leadership, and for that reason, you're fired.

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Oh, was he talking about us or Eddie?

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Eddie, hello, we're struggling to put you through -

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Don't put me on hold, please don't...

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# And on Thursday and Friday and Saturday

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I wish these guys would hurry up, man.

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I think we'll have to try another one.

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You've reached Major Tim Peake.

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Tim Peake? Yep.

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I thought that you were back on earth now.

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It's just, I really miss space.

:04:22.:04:25.

Oh. Well, don't let me disturb you.

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Hello, you're through to National Treasure Graham Norton.

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Mel and Sue keep putting me through to the wrong people.

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Oh! I can help you with that.

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Enormously. Thank you.

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I'm full. I don't want anything more to eat.

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Things are really hotting up in the Premier League.

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Technically, we have no idea what we're doing.

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Get off! My leads!

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I am just trying to get hold of Pudsey Bear.

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Oh, and you're saying that Jamie Dornan is some kind

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of superfan who has his room covered in Pudsey teddies and Pudsey posters

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I'm really not saying that. I was...

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Well, you know, you're wrong, OK?

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There's a very high chance this next one is going to be Pudsey.

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As it's Children in Need today, we are taking requests all day long.

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What is your name and where are you from?

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Um...my name's Eddie and I'm from London.

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I'm done. Thank you very much.

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Mary thought you might like a slice of Battenburg cake.

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I'll just leave it here.

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Hello, Britney Spears speaking.

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Who's Pudsey? I...

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No, I didn't actually get your number, I was...

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Oh, right, no, I get it. Basically, it's Mel and Sue's fault.

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I get that. Er, they are...

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Eddie, this is definitely Pudsey.

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This year on Children in Need, please, whatever you do,

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Instead, I urge you, please, to show your support by calling

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03457 33 22 33 and donate what you can.

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Or if you'd like to donate online, please go to bbc.co.uk/Pudsey

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Your money really does make a massive,

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That is it for this year and what an amazing night it was. Huge thanks to

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everyone involved and to you for watching. Every penny of your

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donation goes towards changing the lives of disadvantaged children in

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the UK. If you have not donated, text in, there is time to make a

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difference. We send a lot of texts everyday, so why not send one that

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really matters? See you in 2017. Goodbye for now. The first totaliser

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of Children In Need 2016. Children In Need has always been

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about one man, Sir Terry Wogan. Sadly no longer with us but will

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never be forgotten. Every single penny goes to make a difference to

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children's lives. The final totaliser is...

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Relive all the best bits from Children in Need 2016

Ade Adepitan presents highlights from the show, including an unmissable Fantastic Beasts sketch, a dance medley of movie classics from the 80s by the cast of EastEnders, plus a Team GB Strictly Come Dancing special as Olympians take to the famous dancefloor.

With music from Little Mix, Craig David and the cast of Aladdin.