Underwater Scooters, Throat Singing and Flute Kites All Over the Place


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Underwater Scooters, Throat Singing and Flute Kites

Ed Petrie and his mates ride underwater scooters in Indonesia, try throat singing in Mongolia and admire architecture in China.


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Are you ready for an amazing adventure?

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Ah!

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-Then join Ed Petrie...

-Ah!

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..and his CBBC mates...

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-Wow!

-..on a bonkers and brilliant journey around...

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-Asia!

-Asia!

-Asia!

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-It's going to be epic.

-That's amazing.

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We'll take part in some of Asia's most spectacular and crazy events.

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Like flute-kite flying in Vietnam.

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-Let's do this.

-Think I'm a bit of a kite ninja.

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-Oh!

-Ah!

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So, are you ready to go...

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# All over the place

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# All over the place

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# North, south, east, west On a bizarre quest

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# Me and my mates, all over the place!

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# It's true what you've heard, everything is absurd

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# Whatever we do is strange but true!

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# All over the place

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# All over the place

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# There's stuff to do in Asia that's totally ace

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-# And it turns up...

-# ..all over the place! #

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Indonesia. Nusa Ceningan.

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Ah! Bali is beautiful, isn't it?

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Oh, that was fantastic.

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Did you see all the sea life on that coral reef?

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Yes, and do you know what else I spied with my little eye?

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Something beginning with S.

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-Starfish?

-No.

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-Squid?

-No.

-A shark?

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No. I spied a bright yellow scooter.

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-A scooter?

-Yeah.

-On the sea bed?

-Uh-huh.

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HE LAUGHS

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Naomi saw a scooter, everyone.

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Yeah, I spied something beginning with S, as well. Silly sausage!

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HE LAUGHS

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I spy with my little eye something beginning with S.

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Super cool underwater scooters.

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These submarine motorbikes are perfect for exploring the watery

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world beneath the waves, without even getting your hair wet.

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And what a place to play I Spy.

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The Indonesian waters contain over 3,000 species of fish.

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That's double the amount found in the Great Barrier Reef.

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VOICEOVER: Naomi, you have 34 seconds to find out

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as much as you can about the Bali underwater scooters.

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Naomi, you have Koko, who knows all about marine life.

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Ed, you have Nyoman, who knows all about the scooters.

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The one who finds out the most facts is the winner.

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Tiga, dua, satu, lari!

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-Hello, Koko!

-Yeah, hello.

-Fancy seeing you here.

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How fast do they go?

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TRANSLATION: Very slowly, because you need to see the lovely view,

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otherwise you'd see nothing at all.

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It's not that warm in the water. What's the temperature?

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Here, it's around 25, 26 degrees Celsius.

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Do they come in any other colours?

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I'm not sure yellow is my colour, really.

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No, yellow's the best colour, mate.

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What kind of fish will we see?

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We have tropical fish, butterfly fish.

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-Nemo?

-Oh, absolutely.

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Will my hair get wet under there?

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No, the water level's at your chin.

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-KLAXON

-Oh, time is up.

-No!

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VOICEOVER: And the winner is...

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-Ed.

-Yes!

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I get to go on a scooter and Naomi does nothing, nothing all afternoon.

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You will be the first one to sit

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a special underwater scooter driving test. Good luck.

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-Did you ever fail your driving test?

-Three times.

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SHE SIGHS

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Hopefully, Nyoman can give you

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a crash course in underwater scootering.

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In front of you is a cylinder which pumps air into here for breathing.

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So, you sit down, put your hands here, put your legs right here,

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and you sort of go down quite slowly.

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The pressure change will affect your ears, so you need to pinch your nose

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and blow or swallow to equalise, like this. Nah!

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-Where's the brake?

-Well, you use your feet, simple.

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-What's this metal thing here? What's that?

-That is for this to open up.

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Don't touch it, or you get wet.

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Do not touch that in the water.

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Show me the wonders of the Bali sea, Nyoman.

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OK, let's go.

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Time for your driving test, Ed.

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Mirror, signal and manoeuvre into the sea.

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It does feel so odd.

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Oh, my ears. Ow, pop, pop. Ah!

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-He's not going very fast.

-SHE LAUGHS

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Whoa! Now, I'm going to crash into a thing.

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Oh, dear, looks like Ed's hit the metal pole.

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If I steer left, I go right.

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He's not a very good driver.

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Oh! I just bashed into something.

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I've actually crashed it. I've actually CRASHED IT!

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Oh, dear.

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Oh, Naomi's going to do so much better than me.

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-This is not going well.

-Ed Petrie's not the best in the water.

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He gets really seasick.

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I crashed into that pontoon thing. I better come up. I better come up.

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# Da da da da da

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# Da da da, da da da-da da-da... #

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Aw, I stunk the whole sea out.

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-What?

-I was just rubbish.

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Couldn't steer it.

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Crashed into something. There's like a sunken pontoon down there.

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Crashed into that.

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I don't think I've passed my driving test in any way whatsoever.

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So, you've completely failed. Sounds like I can't do any worse than you.

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Remember to fasten your seat belt, Naomi.

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-Good luck.

-Time to go down.

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Hold the handles, feet on there.

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And pop your ears.

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So if you've ever been on an aeroplane and your ears pop

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as you're landing...

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Don't seem to be able to make it go in any particular direction.

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She hasn't crashed into anything.

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Yet.

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-Ooh!

-Looks like Naomi has crashed into the pole, too.

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So cool. So cool.

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But it's quite evident Naomi's done loads better than me.

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Congratulations. You look like you did considerably better than me.

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Oh, no - I kept hitting everything as well.

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-Oh, did you?

-Yeah, couldn't make it turn in any direction.

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-Misting up, ears popping.

-Let's hope we both passed.

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Yes, I'd say that's exceedingly unlikely.

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All right. So, Ed and Naomi, I have a special certificate for you.

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-We passed.

-We passed. We passed.

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-No, you didn't.

-What?

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-We didn't?

-Yes, you failed.

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-So we can't have those?

-No, I'm sorry.

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Well, how are we going to get back to our hotel?

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-Looks like we're swimming home, Ed.

-THEY SIGH

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Mongolia.

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Ulaanbaatar.

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Ben, what are you doing?

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I'm watching Mongolian TV, Ed. And I'm loving this.

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Yeah, but we're supposed to be meeting up with some Mongolian

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-throat singers.

-All right, in a minute.

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Let's finish watching this first. These guys are pretty cool.

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-Hello.

-Hello! And welcome back to Mongolia's Goats Talent.

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Before the break, we witnessed a tense sing-off between

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the Billy Goats Gruff and a troll for a place in our semifinal.

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And the Billy Goats Gruff smashed it.

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Such talented goats.

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And our next act is just as talented.

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Baa, baa, baa, baa, baa, baa, baa, baa!

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HE BELCHES

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That fellow's a Mongolian cashmere goat.

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There's 20 million of them in Mongolia and only 3 million people.

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-You've

-goat

-to be kidding me!

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THEY LAUGH

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They produce over one third of the world's cashmere wool.

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Wait a minute, chum - did you say wool from goats?

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-Yes, I did.

-Make some noise.

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-GOATS:

-Get off my TV.

-This is just baa-aa-ad.

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-This is terrible.

-Rubbish.

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The wool comes from the soft undercoat of the goat.

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And every spring, Mongolian herders collect it by combing it out.

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Cashmere goats, we love you.

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Well, that got pretty weird pretty quickly.

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And now we're really late for the Mongolian goat singing.

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Come on.

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I think he means Mongolian throat singing.

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Coming! Baa!

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THROAT SINGING

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Throat singers can sing two or more notes together while at the same

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time making a droning noise,

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a bit like a human bagpipe or a singing orchestra.

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THROAT SINGING

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This type of throat singing is

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believed to have been inspired by nature -

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things like birdsong, wind blowing

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through grass or even singing sand dunes.

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Better warm up those vocal cords, boys.

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So, Ed, we're not actually expected to do any throat singing today,

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are we? I'd do anything but that.

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-Absolutely anything?

-Absolutely anything.

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How about a spot of contortion?

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Oh, hello.

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Could you point me towards the nearest throat singer, please?

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Thank you.

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They bend over backwards to help you in Mongolia.

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THROAT SINGING

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Well, that is an incredible sound. How can we do that?

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Well, you know, to learn throat singing,

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first you need to know about breathing.

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And then squeezing at the throat.

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What do we do first? Is it this bit?

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THROAT SINGING

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THROAT SINGING

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Yes, yes, yes, yes.

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THEY BOTH TRY

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I sound like a goat.

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THEY LAUGH

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THROAT SINGING

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I'm hearing it. I'm just not able to do it.

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WEAK SOUND

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-No.

-Sorry!

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Oh, it's rubbish.

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-Right, OK, let's have another go.

-WEAK SOUND

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Oh, no, I can't. I've started copying you now.

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-It's infectious.

-You.

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WEAK SOUND

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-No.

-Ah, I've lost it.

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STRONG SOUND

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WEAK SOUND

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STRONG SOUND

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THEY LAUGH

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Practice time is almost over.

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These two must show off their lack of throat singing skills to

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impress our two expert judges.

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It's time to face the music.

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Welcome to The Throat.

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The first contestant tonight, Ben "Officially Awful" Shires.

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THROAT SINGING ATTEMPT

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# Officially, officially, officially! #

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HIS VOICE BREAKS UP

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# Ooh-ooh-ooh...ING-AH! #

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TRANSLATION: You tried. But this time, not you.

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You know, you're not on my team and you're not very great at it, so, no.

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You know NOTHING!

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Nothing, I say!

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I am going to be a star and shine one day - you wait and see.

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Next up, Ed "he's got a frog in his throat" Petrie.

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THROAT SINGING ATTEMPT

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NOTE FALTERS

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NOTE MOVES UP AND DOWN

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You've got potential, so keep trying.

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I've got to tell you, you know,

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you've got some raw talent there and that's why I'm going to have you

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on MY team.

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Oh, thank you.

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Thank you. This means so much to me.

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What is this miscarriage of justice?

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It's a travesty, I say! A-tch...a-tch...

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-HE WHISPERS:

-Has anyone got a throat sweet?

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-THROAT SUNG:

-# No. #

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China.

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Zhaoxing.

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# Some are saying that here in Zhaoxing

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# Dong architecture is the real thing

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# Some are saying that it's pretty good

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# Towers and bridges built out of wood

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# Drum towers reach up to the sky

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# And in Zhaoxing you will see there are five

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# Oh, well, Ed, well, Ed, well, Ed, huh!

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# Tell me more, tell me more

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# They build one for each clan

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# And what's more and what's more

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# They did it with no plan

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# Tell me more, tell me more

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# Why are they made of wood?

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# Because the stone round here

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# Isn't really that good

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-# No good,

-uh-huh,

-no good,

-uh-huh

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# No good

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# Some are saying that I'm quite confused

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# That they had no plans and no nails were used

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# It's not as dangerous as it first seems

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# They're held up with 16 wooden beams

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# Four central pillars - supported, don't fear

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-#

-The other 12?

-Represent months of the year

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# Oh, well, Ed, well, Ed, well, Ed, huh!

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# Tell me more, tell me more

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# They have several storeys

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# And odd numbers of floors

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# Odd numbers - good luck, you see

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# Tell me more, tell me more

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# Like what were they used for

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# They beat the drum as a warning... #

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-Shall I show you?

-For sure.

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# They have bridges called wind and rain

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# And no two bridges are quite the same

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# They have a roof - inside benches, too

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# It's a multifunctional venue

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# Not just a place to get out of the rain

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# They socialise in here and entertain

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# Oh, well, Ed, well, Ed, well, Ed, huh!

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# Tell me more, tell me more

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# This bridge is amazing

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# The covered walkway has colourful engravings

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# Tell me more, tell me more

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# It's architectural bliss

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# That you know years before... #

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Wasn't always like this.

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# Back in the Cultural Revolution

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# The drum towers were destroyed one by one

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# No trace left, so what did they do?

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# They were rebuilt in 1982

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# Drum towers in the province of Guizhou... #

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-And now - time for my solo.

-Er...

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No.

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Thailand. Chiang Mai.

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We are the coolest tiny action figures ever.

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Oh, yeah, totally, Inel.

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I mean, I ain't just a pretty face.

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Check out the moving parts on me.

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Shh! They're coming, they're coming.

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Aw! Look at them, they're rubbish.

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It's just our faces stuck on some tiny toys with a bit of sellotape.

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Yeah.

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We're the worst doll makers ever.

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-Yeah.

-Do you know who we need?

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-BOTH:

-Thai Doll Man!

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How did you become a collector of such a variety of different dolls?

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TRANSLATION: Well, my family always collected dolls.

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My mother started the collection and I've been collecting for 30 years.

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It's now my full-time job.

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Now, Mr Lek, you are a grown adult.

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Do you ever get in trouble with your family

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for playing with dolls all day?

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Er, no, I'm still playing with dolls because it's my job.

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It feeds my family and helps the community have work.

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Speaking of dolls, we actually made our own action figures, Mr Lek.

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-Have a look at these.

-Check this out.

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Ah, ha-ha!

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Oh, that is so beautiful.

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They look just like you.

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And the other one looks like you, too.

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I have an even more beautiful doll to show you.

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I will show you how they're made. I think you'll be impressed.

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Mini Johnny and Inel are in good company.

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Dolls are thought to be the world's oldest toy.

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Examples have been found in ancient Egyptian tombs that are over 4,000

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years old. Maybe Johnny and Inel can learn how to make a proper Thai doll

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in Mr Lek's factory.

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It looks quite scary, though, Mr Lek.

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There's lots of different body parts. It all looks very real.

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This is the hand of the doll. These are all the clothes.

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-Taking this one?

-Yes, so I've made the hole

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and then it goes in like that.

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Then, obviously, I've got to bend it down. Like that.

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I think I know what this is.

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I've got to put on a top now, innit?

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It's a dress, isn't it? Yeah. OK.

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Whoo!

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-Finished!

-Done.

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Now it's time for Dolls Of The World.

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Dolly Cochrane. You need to find three - yes,

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three dolls from around the world in Mr Lek's outrageous doll collection

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and tell me a doll-related joke.

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That is so funny, isn't it, guys?

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OK. Three, two, one, go!

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Oh, fantastic. A doll from Australia. Tick.

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Wow, a traditional Ramayana doll from Thailand. Tick!

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Wow! A Maasai doll from South Africa. Tick.

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Hey, here I am.

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-How did you do?

-Well, I found three dolls from around the world.

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Wow! Three outrageous dolls - excellent!

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What have you got for the LOLOLOLOLmeter?

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What did the Australian doll say to the other dolls?

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I don't know, what did the doll say?

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Put another shrimp on the barbie - DOLL!

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THEY LAUGH

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Wow, that's 110% on the dollometer!

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Join us next time on Doll-lol's World!

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Vietnam! Nam Dinh!

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Mum, I want the flute that Ricky's got.

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And I want the kite that Ed's got!

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Will both of you quit your yapping?

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Why don't you swap?

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He's not having my kite.

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And he's not having my flute!

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Well, there's only one solution.

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What are we supposed to do with this?

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Ooh, nice flute kite.

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You can enter it into our flute kite flying competition.

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Ooh! Competition, you say?

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-Give it to me!

-Give it me!

-It's my kite.

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Mum! Mum! MUM!

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While you two settle your differences,

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let's find out exactly what you're fighting over.

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Is it a kite?

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Is it a flute?

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No, it's a flute kite.

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And when it's in the air, it makes a lovely hum.

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HUMMING

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Some think the sound was to celebrate harvest.

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Others believe it helped summon rain,

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and some people think it was used communicate.

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They've been heard in Vietnam for over 1,000 years

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and they can fly up to 1,000 metres.

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That's about the same height as 578 Ed Sheerans.

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And now it's time for something just as amazing.

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Yay! There we go.

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This isn't a main event.

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Surely it's much tougher than this?

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I mean, these four-year-olds are good,

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but where are the massive kites with the flutes on them?

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There they are. And there's Thuy,

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who will be helping train Ricky for the real main event.

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Hey, team-mate Thuy.

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And Pham Tuan is the perfect co-pilot for Ed.

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No prizes for guessing which side this guy's on.

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The right side.

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Just like normal kites, flute kites love lots of wind,

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so they can soar in the air.

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But on a calm day like today,

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some running will be required to make them fly.

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You pull the string towards you.

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OK, I'll get over there. I can understand Vietnamese.

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Oh, no, I'm in a massive puddle!

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Oh, wow. It's making a noise, I can hear it.

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It's really hard to pull it.

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I'm flying a kite!

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It's far harder to fly than, like, a normal kite.

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You'd better watch out. I think I'm a bit of a kite ninja.

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Well, now they've got the hang of the kite,

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it's time for the flight school rules.

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Welcome aboard, and thanks for flying All Over The Place Kitelines.

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Please remain seated while we take you through the flute-kite flying

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competition rules.

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Rule number one - a point will be awarded for the amount of time

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a kite remains in the air.

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The current record for longest time in the air is 180 hours and 17

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minutes, which would be utterly boring to watch.

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Please don't be that good.

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As you can see, the pilot has switched on the seat belt lights,

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so we are ready for rule number two.

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A point will be awarded for the highest height

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that the kite reaches.

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This will be measured with a very technical system

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that we have had implemented.

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-The eye.

-Rule number three, a point will be awarded for style.

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In the case of Ed and Ricky, points may be deducted for lack of style.

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From all of us at All Over The Place Kitelines,

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we hope you enjoyed our miserable attitudes

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and enjoy your stay in Vietnam.

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I don't think I'll be flying with THEM any time soon.

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But now, the main event...

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Art Ninja versus Kite Ninja!

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Ha! Kite Ninja?

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HE LAUGHS

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This is a real laugh.

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Remember, it's a combination of height,

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style and length of time in the air that will bag the trophy.

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Three, two, one, liftoff!

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Go, Team Ed!

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It's a confident take-off.

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It don't look good, mate.

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You look like a frantic failure.

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He's starting to look a bit nervous.

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Ah! Where's it going?

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He's going to lose some points for style here.

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Ed's turned around, hoping to catch a little more air.

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At least his flute kite's making a nice sound.

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Yes, that's good.

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Get out of my way, everyone!

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CLAPPING

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-People are clapping.

-It's coming in for landing.

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He'll be looking for a smooth touchdown to get more style points.

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Looking smooth!

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-Or not.

-And we're down.

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Yay!

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-I'm so tired.

-I'd say that's pretty much zero for style,

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but it went up there for a really long time.

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Now it's Ricky's turn.

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Maybe I can win it back on style points.

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Right, let's do this. Get it taut.

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It looks like he has new fans watching on.

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Wow!

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That's a new one on All Over The Place - buffalo stops play.

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Are you ready? Let's do this.

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Let's do this, liftoff!

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Some applause for the smooth take-off.

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Oh, that's nice. Nice and clean.

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That's annoyingly smooth.

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You know what, it's got a nice consistency.

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Crash, come on!

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That is the technique I want.

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Ricky's kite is up high in the sky,

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but not quite as high as Ed's, though.

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-Oh!

-Come to me, my friend.

-Oh!

-Come to me.

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CHEERING

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Ah!

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He's held it together for a smooth landing.

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Annoyingly good.

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Ed looked a little out of control for a lot of the flight,

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but kept his kite in the air for 48 seconds.

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That's 14 seconds longer than Ricky did.

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Also, Ed's kite did nosedive into the ground.

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Not a very elegant finish for him.

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In contrast, the Art Ninja had less time in the air,

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but definitely had a bit more style and a flashier landing.

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It's too close to call.

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Let's go to the experts to find out the winner.

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The winner is Ricky.

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-Well done, sir.

-Oh!

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Yes! You know what, I deserved this.

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This is the "kite" result.

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-Give me that!

-No, give it to me!

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-No, give it to me!

-I want it!

-No, I want it!

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Mum! Mum!

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You've been watching All Over The Place, ain't ya?

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Ed Petrie and his CBBC mates ride underwater scooters in Indonesia, try throat singing in Mongolia, pay tribute to the musical Grease whilst admiring Dong architecture in China, visit a collection of 50,000 dolls in Thailand, and compete in a flute kite flying competition in Laos. Ed is joined on this bonkers road trip by Johnny Cochrane, Barney Harwood, Ricky Martin, Ben Shires, Inel Tomlinson and Naomi Wilkinson.