Cars, Hot Pots and Wooden Tub Racing All Over the Place


Cars, Hot Pots and Wooden Tub Racing

The gang discover a car museum in the middle of the desert in the UAE and race down a river in traditional wooden washtubs in Japan!


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Are you ready for an amazing adventure?

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Then join Ed Petrie and his CBBC mates...

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-Spud me, bruv.

-Yes.

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

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Asia. Asia. Asia.

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It's going to be epic. Wow!

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-Ooh!

-So there.

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Let's do this.

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We've got loads of brain-boggling facts to tell you about.

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Welcome to All Over The Place.

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-Can I watch it?

-You're in it.

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We'll take part in some of Asia's

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most spectacular and craziest events.

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How far is the sea?

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I'm coming to get you.

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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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# Bet you didn't know this stuff was in the UK

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-# But it turns up...

-# ..all over the place! #

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You said you were going to surprise me with a brand-new

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All Over The Place car.

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I'm hoping for something safe and reliable

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with efficient fuel consumption at a competitive price.

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Ed, it's perfect.

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This is the best car that's a world.

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Do you mean the best car IN the world?

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Ed, look. This car is a real all-rounder.

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Oh, of course. It's a giant globe on wheels.

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I know, right. It's brilliant. Scotland's round the other side.

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HE GROWLS

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All right, don't get your knickers in a twist. Practical Petrie.

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Look, there's plenty more cars inside and I'm sure we can

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find you the car of your dreams.

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Please, sir, come with me.

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See, Ed? Loads of cars.

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Just pick one.

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OK. I guess I'll have this pinky-purpley one.

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-Not that one.

-Oh, OK.

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-The blue one.

-No.

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-The green?

-No.

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Not that one.

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The yellow? Let me guess. No.

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You see, the problem is, Ed,

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all these cars actually belong to the Rainbow Sheikh.

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Do you know why he's called the Rainbow Sheikh?

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Because he owns cars all the colours of the rainbow?

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Do you know him? You'll know where he is.

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I can't find him anywhere.

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-Sheikh?

-Mr Sheikh?

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Sheikh?

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I don't think he's here. Do you know what that means?

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We've got this place all to ourselves.

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We can have any car we choose.

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-BOTH:

-Let's burn rubber.

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And there's plenty of rubber to burn.

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His Highness Sheikh Hamad bin Hamdan al Nahyan -

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AKA the Rainbow Sheikh -

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has a car collection so huge

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that he opened the Emirates National Auto Museum in Abu Dhabi

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to show off his amazing vehicles.

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-AMERICAN ACCENT:

-Hey, buddy? Where do you want to go?

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-AMERICAN ACCENT:

-Hello? Taxi for Iain!

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Getting a licence to drive a New York taxi can cost up to

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1,000,000 English pounds.

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Get out of here!

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And you can only drive it in New York City, so you get out of here.

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Taxi for me.

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THEY IMITATE CARS

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Ed, you said you like convertibles, right?

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-Yes.

-And you need something big for your hideous beanstalk friend?

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-I certainly do.

-Well, say hello to my massive friend.

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-Wow!

-Willy's Jeep!

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6.4 metres tall,

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400% bigger than a regular World War II vehicle,

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there's plenty of space to stretch out your legs and allow the wind to

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-blow through your hair.

-I'll take it.

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I'll need bigger hands, but I can sort that out later.

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What side of the road do I drive on?

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-Both of them.

-Oh...

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Sounds a bit dangerous.

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Yeah.

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THEY IMITATE CARS

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Well, Iain, you are officially the world's worst used car salesman

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-but I am having a lovely time.

-What? You wanted a new car?

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You should have said.

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I'll just enter an automobile-based game show to win

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you a new car. Boop.

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I won't be a minute.

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Hello and welcome to Play Your Cars Right.

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Let's meet today's contestant, Enn.

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Hello, Enn.

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It's Iain, Iain.

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Exactly. Enn.

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The rules of the game are simple.

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I'm going to describe a car.

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You have to find that car.

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Find the right car, and you win a car.

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Seems too good to be true.

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Yes, it does, doesn't it?

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Carl Benz invented the first motor car in 1885.

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Clever boy. There's a replica of it somewhere in the museum.

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Give you a clue, it's got three wheels.

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Can you count to three? You are a TV presenter.

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-So are you.

-No, I'm a game show man.

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Hurry up.

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One, two, three.

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I found it! I've got it!

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Oh, turns out you can count to three.

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How surprising.

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You're one step closer to winning that actual car.

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This next car is a real star.

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Oh. You'll have to look hard to find it

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but it's not in a galaxy far, far away.

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Star Wars pun!

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It's a Star Wars car!

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I've got it. It's got a mural on it.

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-Maybe you'll have to use the Force.

-The car's there. I can see the car.

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Let's C-3PO if you can find it.

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It's right there.

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R2-D2 you ready for this?

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I'm telling you... The Star Wars, car is...

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I can see the car.

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Oh, oh, yes. Oh, right. That is it.

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So, have I won my car yet?

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No, there's another question.

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You've got to find a "wheelie" big vehicle.

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You've got to give me a better clue than that.

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No.

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Yes! I found it. I've actually found it.

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I found it.

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Congratulations.

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This is the car I was thinking of.

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It's a whopper.

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And that means you've won an actual car.

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An actual car! I've won a car!

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HE IMITATES CAR

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Yes.

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I've won a car!

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All you have to do to collect your prize is thank our collector,

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the Rainbow Sheikh, in person.

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But he's not here today.

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Oh, that's a shame. You've lost.

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Goodbye.

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Hi. I'm Bill Beefy.

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Do you feel secure?

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Yeah, totally.

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-Look behind you.

-Ahhh!

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There's nothing there.

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You can protect yourself from foolish surprises like that

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with this, the Samurai Security System.

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It does look pretty cool.

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And they even come with a code of honour

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to prevent them behaving like this...

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The tickle monster is coming for you, Johny.

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Run!

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Ahhh!

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The Samurai Security System is what he needs.

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You do protect against tickle monsters, don't you?

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Oh.

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Samurai were powerful, fearless Japanese warriors

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who first appeared in the 12th century.

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They usually worked for a local lord

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and followed a code of honour called Bushido,

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or the way of the warrior.

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Some Samurai were very high up in Japanese society and were allowed to

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build swanky homes to live in.

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I bet they'd be really popular if they ever went up for sale.

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Hello, I'm in Kakunodate in the Akita region of north-west Japan.

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Home to some fine samurai properties.

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I'm here to see the Aoyagi Samurai Manor house

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here on this quiet street.

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As you can see, there's plenty of space for parking your

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samurai warrior horse. And look at that lovely front gate.

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Sure to be admired by your samurai neighbours.

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So, let's look inside.

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Well, the garden is not a bad sight at all. And from the inside,

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you can really see the beauty of that Yakuimon gate.

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It's a big gate because gates were a symbol of how important you were.

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Here is another very important person.

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It's the man who bought the house at auction. Hello.

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Hello?

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Well, you bought this house at auction for a very large price tag.

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No, I didn't. I just bought my entrance ticket for 500 yen.

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Around £3.60? What a bargain. Are you pleased with your purchase?

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I don't know yet. I haven't looked around.

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Well, I've got a great idea. Let's have a look around.

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So, here we are at the main house and now that you own the property,

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I just wanted to get a feel of what you intended to do with it.

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I told you, I've only bought a ticket to have a look around.

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Great. And that dated thatched roof, bit of a fire hazard.

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What are you talking about?

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This is one of the best preserved samurai houses in Japan.

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Really good point. Stick a satellite dish up there.

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Now these mats and sliding doors really scream modernisation to me.

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Maybe open it up and turn it into a TV room.

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These are traditional Japanese tatami mats.

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They're so normal in Japan

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they're used as a standard unit of measurement.

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And these sliding doors are great.

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Why would anyone want to get rid of these?

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Well, it sounds like you've got really big plans for this place

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and that's great.

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So, quite an interesting collection of armour

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and dangerous-looking things in here.

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Not very child-friendly.

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Did you know all this was going to be here?

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Yes, I went on the website to find out what I could see here.

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-And now it's all yours.

-No, it isn't.

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I imagine you're just going to pull it all out,

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put a nice little kitchen in there,

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get some newer, better kitchen knives.

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These are katana! Traditional samurai swords.

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They were definitely not used for cutting vegetables.

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And you can't use them anyway, they're very dangerous and very old.

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I think this could be really cutting edge.

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Have we heard about all your plans or is there anything you'd like to

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get rid of now that you've seen the place?

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Yeah, there is, actually. You!

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-Goodbye.

-Great.

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Oh, I'm so glad he's gone,

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thanks to the Samurai Security System.

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I just hope he doesn't

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go annoying the other samurai neighbours.

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Hiya! I mean HIYAH!

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We are samurai warriors.

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Really?

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And I just thought you were the two scruffs from next door

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who are always trying to nick my food.

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-Who us? No.

-No.

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We are samurai from ancient Japan.

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-Yes.

-Now give us a sausage.

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Or two.

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All right. If you're real samurai warriors

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then let's hear a poem.

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THEY GIBBER BOTH: Poem?!

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Yes. The samurai weren't just warriors, you know?

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They were into all sorts of things.

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Meditation, gardening, painting, poetry...

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Have a listen, Dodge. You know Dodge, this is Dodge here.

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-Hello!

-He is the poetical one.

-What, me?

-Yeah. Go on, Dodge.

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Tell this man that poem what you wrote.

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-You what?

-You know, that poem you wrote about the...

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..garden gnome.

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Oh, garden gnome

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You look so at...home?

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Home.

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Fishing without a care

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But I bet you wouldn't be smiling if you knew what I did in there.

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Oh, really.

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So, can we come in, then?

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No, I'm sorry. If you were a real samurai, where's your kabuto?

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You want to see my kabuto?

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Well, you asked for it.

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No.

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In combat, samurai warriors wore helmets called kabuto.

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Oh.

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But of course,

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being samurai warriors yourselves - you knew all that already.

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-Hiyaaa!

-Hiyaa!

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Come to the dark side, Luke.

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Hang on a minute, what are you doing?

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We're pretending to be samurai warriors not Darth Vader.

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I knew it.

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You're not samurai at all.

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-Now, go on. Go on, shoo, shoo.

-No, wait, no.

-Actually,

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-I think you'll find Darth Vader

-is

-a samurai warrior.

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-Yes.

-No, he's not.

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He's the baddie from Star Wars.

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Yes, and Star Wars creator George Lucas got his inspiration for

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Darth Vader's costume from watching samurai warrior films,

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but of course being an expert in samurai warriors,

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I guess you'd already know that.

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Oh, all right, all right.

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Just one sausage.

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BOTH: Hooray! Woohoo!

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Hey, Hacks!

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May the sauce be with you!

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THEY LAUGH

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No, no. I meant one sausage between you.

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No, no, no, no. No-one said anything about burgers! Give it here!

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COMMOTION AND CLATTER

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BOTH: Ohhh! Listen to me.

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# In Abhaneri, which is near Jaipur

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# Is this amazing place, but what's it for?

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# Well, listen up, there's a tale to tell

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# Of the incredible Chand Baori stepwell

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# A structure built into the ground

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# At the bottom of which, water can be found

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# Built by King Chanda, no less

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# And you'll find it in the city of brightness

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# Hey, Ed, hey, Ed, no more waiting

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-# Let's get down there

-Is that wise?

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# Maybe, maybe we could treat it as a form of exercise

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# It was built way back in the 9th century

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# During the time of the Nikumbha dynasty

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# But there is just one thing we haven't mentioned yet

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# If we wanna take a look we've got to use those steps

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# Listen to me!

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BOTH: # Step left, step right

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# Just copy me, all right?

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# Down the steps

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# Have a drink

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# Fill the jug

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# Take a swig

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# You gotta climb those steps!

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# Wash your clothes

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# Have a chat

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# Say a prayer

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-# Then head back

-You gotta climb those steps!

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# To find the water they had to dig deep

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# Over 3,000 steps, it's pretty steep

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# How far you went down varied through the year

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# In the rainy season, water could be up to here

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# It's five degrees cooler when you make it down

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# Well, we are 13 storeys below the ground

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# You can't drink it any more! That's bad luck

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# To make it worse, we've got to get back up

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# Hey, Ed, hey, Ed, could we have a rest in that pavilion?

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# I don't think so

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# It was built for royals, not civilians

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# We gotta keep on climbing till we reach the top

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# I'm not sure I can make it and I'm fit to drop

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# If we want to tone our thighs and quadriceps

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# We've got to take a deep breath

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# Chris, and start to climb these steps

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# Listen to me!

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# Step left, step right

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# Just copy me, all right?

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# Down the steps

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# Have a drink

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# Fill the jug

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-# Take a swim

-You gotta climb those steps!

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# Wash your clothes

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# Have a chat

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# Say a prayer

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# Then head back

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# You gotta climb those steps!

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# Step left, step right

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# Or we'll be here all night

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# I've tried my best

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# I've got to stop for a rest. #

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I tell you what, Naomi, I am looking forward to this Chinese meal today.

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Yeah, me too, although I have heard

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they eat some slightly bizarre things here.

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You're such a fussy eater.

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You should be more like me.

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I'll eat anything. It's all down to my gran.

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She used to say to me, "You're not getting up from the table until your

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"plate is so clean you can see your face in it."

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Hair's looking good today.

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Come on, let's go and see what's on the menu.

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Duck's blood, pig throat and tripe.

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Feeling adventurous?

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Um...

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My gran also used to say,

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"Always get your co-presenter to eat the unusual food." Come on.

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You're not getting off that easily, Ed.

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Besides, you'd be missing out on the Sichuan hotpot.

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Which has been around for over 3,000 years.

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The idea is to cook raw ingredients at your table,

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in one of these boiling pots.

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Time for Ed and Naomi to guess what's what.

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-That looks an awful lot like brains to me.

-Brain.

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-TRANSLATED:

-This is pig's brain.

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You don't need to chew it,

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it melts in your mouth.

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Oooh! That looks like tongue

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of some sort, maybe.

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That there is an ox's stomach.

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Some of these look a little bit strange to us, why do you use them?

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Well, it's because they are, like, delicious and we don't want to waste

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any part of the animal because that's not good.

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Are you up for giving that a try, Ed?

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Oh, I've forgotten my wallet.

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When do you ever pay like to pay for...?

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Asia's tastiest food, France's toughest critic.

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He is better than you.

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It's Rene Mangetout.

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-BAD FRENCH ACCENT:

-This is awful.

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I, Rene Mangetout, challenge you, Naomi Wilkinson,

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and you, Mr Expert Chef Man,

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to make my taste buds dance like a Sichuan salsa.

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But only one of you will win the hotpot stock pot.

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-The hot... Stop...

-The hotpot top spot.

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No.

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That is not what I meant. Allez!

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Piece of the stomach going in.

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Lovely.

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Ji Zhong Hang's technique

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is to dip the meat for only a few seconds at a time.

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It's vital.

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Wow, intestine.

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That's a delicious length of goose intestines.

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It's gone all sort of curly.

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It's gone a bit like bacon.

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30 seconds on that, let's take that out, shall we?

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These mushrooms were harvested

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from between the toes of Naomi Wilkinson.

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Remember, children, when you are cooking a brain, five minutes.

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Will Naomi make a pig's ear of this pig's brain?

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That should be about time on the brain.

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Shall we fish it out?

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Looking forward to eating this brain.

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Rene must now decide who will be the Sichuan hotpot MasterChef.

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Miss Wilkinpoop,

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it is time to find out if your hotpot is hot or pot.

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Hot or not, do you mean?

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Oui.

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Ah! It is so badly cooked, I can't even pick it up in my chopsticks.

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This is awful.

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Monsieur.

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Come on, then, eat it.

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-I am going to eat it.

-Go on, then.

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Down the hatch.

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I am very much looking forward to it.

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I do not like it.

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I love it! Monsieur, it's so nice!

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I must tell the world about this pig's brain.

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And talking of pigs, this place is a pigsty.

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-Clean this mess up.

-You haven't swallowed it.

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Morning, Victoria.

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Morning, Edwina. Got a lot to do today, do we?

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No, not too much. How about you?

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Oh, you know me. I wouldn't mind if I had a pile as high as Mt Fuji -

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the highest mountain in Japan.

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I'd still enjoy it.

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Yes, who needs washing machines when you can do it the old-fashioned way?

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You know, I think I get things much cleaner in my trusty tub.

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You know, I've heard that Dick and Dom have someone

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to do their washing for them.

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Oh! That doesn't surprise me.

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What's wrong with doing it the traditional way, eh?

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And you get a free workout.

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Feel those muscles. Feel them.

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Oh, Edwina.

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Plus, we get to sit here and enjoy the peace and the quiet.

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What's that? Oi!

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-Hey! Me tub!

-SCREAMING

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-Me tub!

-Oh, no.

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Don't worry, guys. Instead of using those tubs to clean your coat,

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you'll be using one as a boat.

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This is the annual wooden tub event

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that takes place in Ito on the Matsukawa River.

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And this year is its 60th anniversary.

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That's 60 years since people stopped using their tubs for washing and

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decided to have a bit more fun with them instead.

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It's time to see if Ed and Vic are going to sink or swim

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as they take part in this year's race.

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Contestants use paddles to drive their tubs down the river.

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Although, I doubt you'll be breaking any records.

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Water you waiting for? You'd better go and get registered.

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I didn't want to tell you

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but when we were standing in the river before,

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there were some quite scary-looking things swimming about.

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-Really?

-Did you not see?

-You're joking?

-No.

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-I thought you were winding me up.

-That's why put my foot on the stone.

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SHRIEKING

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Black things sort of, like, swimming around in there.

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-Oh, no.

-Oh, lucky us.

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Don't worry, Ed. Vic is just trying to spook you.

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Anyway, better get a move on

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as it's nearly bath time, I mean race time.

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So, you'll need to get some wooden tub tips

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and who better to advise you than last year's champion,

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Hidekazu Haino.

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-Konnichiwa.

-Konnichiwa!

-Hello!

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So, what's the most important thing to remember if we're going to paddle

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ourselves down the river in a wooden tub?

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-TRANSLATED:

-Well, let me explain the modus operandi of this operation.

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The most important thing is to keep your balance.

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Now, you need to sit at the middle and the front of the tub, otherwise

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you'll lose your balance and topple over.

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Well, I hope I don't lose my balance.

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-I don't want to get my kimono wet.

-I sort of hope you do.

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We've also been given these paddles,

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what's the best technique to use them?

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Well, these are Japanese shamoji.

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Rice paddles.

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Now, you shouldn't paddle at the same time like this. Oh, no, no.

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What you should do is paddle one by one like that.

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It makes it go faster.

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Most importantly, to win, you will need oodles and noodles of good luck.

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-Lots of luck.

-I think we might need a little bit of practice.

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Rub-a-dub-dub, hop in a tub.

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-This is going well.

-You're all right, love.

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No problems here.

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-Oh, hang on, hang on.

-Off you go, ta-ta! Bye-bye.

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I didn't actually want to float down the river yet.

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Oh, no.

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How far is the sea?

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Ed?

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I'm coming to get you.

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OK. Arigato.

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This wasn't quite what I intended.

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Well, that couldn't have gone any better.

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Now, stop splashing around,

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get back on dry land and size up your fellow racers.

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-Konnichiwa.

-Konnichiwa.

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Why have you got hairy noses?

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-Eyeliner.

-Eyeliner.

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-Oh. It's not real.

-It's not real!

-Oh.

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Hey!

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THEY CHEER

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You, you've got some lovely eyebrows going on here.

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It's like four eyebrows.

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Oh, they should do well. They're in the Navy.

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That's just cheating.

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Are you going to use these to fly in the race instead?

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Cheating.

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THEY LAUGH

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Not sure you guys have a flying chance against some of those

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competitors but we'll soon find out. It's time for...

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By the way, now's probably the time to tell you, last time we did a

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bathtub race on All Over The Place, we both sank.

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-Straight away.

-Well, thanks for telling us that, Ed.

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We didn't get further than one metre.

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Ed and Vic will need to carefully position themselves in their tubs

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and then paddle as fast as they can towards the finish line.

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They are taking part in one of the individual races, so whoever finishes

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first or doesn't fall out will be the winner.

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On your marks, get set, row.

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I'm in the lead, I'm in the lead.

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-Oh, I nearly came a cropper there.

-Come on, Victoria!

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Howay the lads!

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Wait a minute, Vic is in front.

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Oh, no.

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He just got a dunking.

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Well, that could be me unless I'm very careful.

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-I'm in the lead.

-The bloke behind has just sunk, Vic.

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Oh, on the rocks. I wasn't expecting that.

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After a rocky start for Ed,

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Vic hits the side and now he's taken the lead.

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Ed has taken over. Ed is

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literally just floating downstream.

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Where's Vic? Oh, she's stuck at the side, brilliant.

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Hey!

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Hiya!

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Oh, my knee.

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I think someone "kneeds" to concentrate more.

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Less chatting, Ed, and more paddling. Vic's gaining on you.

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Thank you.

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Anyone would think these weren't

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designed for floating down the river in.

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Oh, no.

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Ed, come over here.

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No. I'm not going anywhere.

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My arms are killing...

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Nearly there.

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Hey, Vic!

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It looks like...

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..I'm the winner!

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Ed won.

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HE LAUGHS

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The winner of the All Over The Place Ito Matsukawa tub race is...

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Ed!

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What a surprise!

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Sorry, Vic. You're all washed up.

0:27:200:27:22

Why don't you row, row, row your boat gently off to sea.

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You've been watching All Over The Place - Asia!

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Ed Petrie and his CBBC mates go on an adventure to find the most unusual and amazing places in Asia. They discover a car museum in the middle of the desert in the United Arab Emirates, take a tour of a Samurai house in Japan, get plenty of exercise at a stepwell in India, head for China to taste a hot pot that includes cooked brains and race down a river in traditional wooden washtubs in Japan!

Ed is joined on this bonkers road trip by Hacker and Dodge, Victoria Cook, Iain Stirling, Johny Pitts, Chris Johnson and Naomi Wilkinson - there's stuff to do in Asia that is totally ace and it turns up All Over the Place!