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-Who can make the biggest splash?

-Land ahoy, guys!

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Ed's having a splashing time,

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but get ready for a smashing time when Michelle gets a moo-ve on,

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Iain gets his groove on, Sam and Mark getting a new pet....

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-A cow?

-A cow?

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And Victoria gets on the wrong side of one of Ed's eruptions.

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It sort of sounded like thunder and, then... Boom! It just went.

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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 bit of a 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 Europe that is totally ace

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-# And it turns up

-All over the place! #

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Swiss cows wear large bells

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so that farmers can find them in foggy mountain pastures.

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A nice relaxing day in the Swiss countryside.

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Are you lousy, worthless maggots ready to get extreme?

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Well, I've just had lunch, but, yeah, why not?

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-You've seen bungee jumping?

-BOTH:

-Yeah.

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You've seen white-water kayaking?

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Yeah! Yeah! What is it? Oh, I'm scared but excited!

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This is cow trekking!

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-BOTH:

-Whoo!

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Sorry, cow what now?

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Cow trekking!

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Riding a cow like that guy on a cow.

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That is udder-ly ridiculous.

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That's right, in Switzerland, they love their extreme sport

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and it also happens to be known as The Land of Cows,

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so, here at Bolderhof Farm, they came up with cow trekking.

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Time to meet some extreme cows.

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-So, Heinz, are these the most extreme cows in Switzerland?

-Yes, they are.

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They give good milk and they also ride with the people.

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Yeah, I've heard of pony trekking, but I'd never heard of cow trekking.

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How did you come up with that idea?

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They are very good characters and we just learned them to ride

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-and they go now.

-You just thought, "Why not?"

-Yes.

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-Get on a cow and ride it around.

-That is brilliant!

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Is there any chance we'll be able to have a go at cow trekking?

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-Yes, sure.

-What do we do? Just jump on and off we go?

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First, we go in good contact with them, we learn how to do

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and, then, when you feel that you're ready to ride, then we ride.

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Interesting. Let's get to know these cows a little bit better.

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So, do you come here often?

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So, I was like, "Do you want a milkshake?"

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And he was like, "I don't like milkshakes."

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Bit awkward.

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All right, cowboys and cowgirls, it's time to get extreme!

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Let's go extreme cow trekking...

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-Yeah, man!

-..quietly and sensibly.

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-Go in the centre of the road, so they will not eat.

-Come on! That it.

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-Good cow. Follow me.

-I don't like being behind your cow, Michelle.

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It's got a very smelly bottom.

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Charmer, Ed.

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-When she stops, you say thank you.

-Right, thank you. Thank you.

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It's...

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I don't think it's that easy to train a cow.

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Just give her a little pat before she gives you one, Ed.

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If you're behind your cow, she will do what she wants.

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Yes, I've noticed that.

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Oh, Ed!

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Don't go in there! I am the boss.

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You think so?

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When we go, we say, "Hom," and we continue to walk.

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-Hom! Let's go.

-Hom!

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-I think I've really got the hang of this now.

-Yeah.

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-Oh! Spoke too soon.

-You haven't.

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-Look!

-There's milk coming out of mine.

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My cow's got a leak, Heinz. It's leaking milk.

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Well, the Swiss sure love their milk and cheese

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and this reminds me of a cheesy old movie.

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One man,

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one woman,

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in an epic tale of love,

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friendship and Swiss cows.

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COW MOOS

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Right, they really are milking it now.

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Come on, you two, get a moo-ve on.

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Whoa! This is absolutely ridiculous.

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I probably look really stupid, but I'm quite enjoying myself.

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Yeah, you said it, Ed.

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Hey, Ed! What do cows do on a night out?

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I don't know. What do cows do on a night out?

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They go to the moo-vies.

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That joke was a stinker.

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I've ridden horses, I've ridden camels,

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never thought I'd be riding a cow.

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And here's some udder a-moo-sing uses for cows.

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Hi! I'm Bill Beefy.

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Always running short of milk?

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Always forgetting to fill the car with petrol?

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Then you know what you need?

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-A 24-hour garage that sells milk?

-Shut up!

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-A cow!

-A cow?

-A cow?

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A cow is

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the all-in-one, can't-live-without domestic appliance

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that every household needs

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and you don't have to change the batteries.

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Sweet!

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KNOCK ON DOOR

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Hi, I'm Bill Beefy.

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Not only can one cow produce enough milk for you and all your buddies...

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By the way, I'm Bill Beefy.

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You can also run a car off all the methane gas it produces from burping

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and bottom-burping.

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COW FARTS

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HE WRETCHES

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And there's no need for keeping up with pals,

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as cows are social animals and make friends easily.

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Cows - every home should have one.

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Bye. I'm Bill Beefy.

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Not for gardeners who like their gardens unchewed.

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Check the cow isn't a bull, especially if you own a china shop.

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Cows make cowpats, so always wear slippers in the home.

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COWPAT SQUELCHES

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The volcano Mount Etna is over 3,300 metres tall,

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but its height varies because of its eruptions.

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One deadly volcano,

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two foolish fools.

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Together, they will risk their lives

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for an undying lava.

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Sorry. Hang on. What?

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-Risk our lives?

-Yes.

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You're standing on Europe's biggest volcano, Mount Etna.

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-BOTH:

-What?

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GROUND RUMBLES

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Eruption! Run, Vicky "Saves The Day" Cook, run!

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That was a proper tummy rumble, that, like!

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I cannot save the day, or at least attempt to save the day,

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without eating my egg sandwiches first.

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GROUND RUMBLES Uh-oh.

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Ed! Ed!

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That wasn't my tummy that time!

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Mwa-ha-ha-ha!

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A lava good practical joke! All we did was shake the camera.

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Those two are fools.

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A volcano is an angry mountain that can literally blow its top

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and, when it does, stuff like lava, rocks, gas and ash are blasted out

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and scattered all over the mountain and beyond.

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Sometimes, all that's left are these big fat craters. Holy smoke!

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Let's see if these two can survive the day.

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Ed and Victoria,

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you have 38 seconds to find out as much as you can about Mount Etna.

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Ed, you have Giuseppe, who is a Mount Etna guide.

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Victoria, you've got Daniele, who knows all about volcanoes.

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Tre, due, uno, via!

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-How many times has Mount Etna erupted?

-A lot of times.

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The last time was until two days ago.

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-What would happen if I put my hand in it?

-The magma is very hot inside.

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The crust is more than 1,200 degrees.

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-How many towns and villages have been destroyed?

-A lot of times.

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Seven times - the big city of Catania.

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-So is this really the biggest volcano in Italy?

-Yes. Absolutely.

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-Can you see inside from the top?

-Of course.

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When you go on the border of the crater,

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sometimes you look inside and sometimes there are lakes of lava.

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There are explosions.

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KLAXON BLARES

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Yeah! Well done, us!

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And the person who found out the most facts is Ed!

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Yes! Kaboom! Kaboom! Kaboom!

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Ed, what on earth is that?

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I'm erupting with joy!

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I think you've erupted with terrible puns.

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-Come on!

-Kaboom!

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MUSIC: Move Any Mountain by The Shamen

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When Mount Etna erupts, it properly kabooms!

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86 years ago, the village of Mascali was totally destroyed.

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A lot of the damage was done by this stuff - lava,

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which is rock that's so hot it's been turned into liquid.

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It gets spat out of the volcano and flows like a river,

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burning and trashing everything in its path.

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Don't worry, we checked the volcano forecast

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and Mount Etna looks quiet today.

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Well, kind of.

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Oh, no! Look at that!

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That's a proper volcanic explosion we just saw there!

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It sort of sounded like thunder and then... Boom! It just went!

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I thought we would have a bit of warning, didn't you?

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What I find really weird about this place was

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-I thought it was just going to be one giant crater.

-Yeah, so did I.

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But it's not, is it?

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It's craters all over the place that just keep popping up.

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It doesn't take long for them to form. Where we're standing right now

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used to be the same level as the land down there.

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And this crater was formed in just 15 days.

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Mount Etna's shape is constantly changing with every eruption,

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creating all sorts of new craters.

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It's one of 1,510 active volcanoes.

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Volcanologists have the hottest job on the planet.

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Nope, they aren't characters from a Star Trek movie -

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they get to study volcanoes for a living.

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How enterprising of them!

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-What's all this stuff? Not smoke or gas, is it?

-No, Ed.

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It's just cloud. If you look over there, this is really exciting.

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This is the reason why volcanologists everywhere love to come here,

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because of these layers in the side.

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They're all from the previous eruptions of the volcanoes.

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Yeah, and they also show why this place is pretty scary,

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cos the only reason you can see those layers is

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because the top was blown off this bit of the volcano years ago,

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so we're standing on the old volcano and all that down there,

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that's all new lava and they reckon there's about a million years'

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-worth of life left in this volcano, so maybe one day, all this will be covered in lava as well.

-Wow!

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Oh, this is amazing. I could stay up here all day.

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-Sure about that, are you?

-Yeah.

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You're not bothered about all the stuff that's been buried

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under the lava here, like the cable car station, the observatory?

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-Er, that was years ago. We're fine.

-Yeah? You see that flag over there?

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-Oh, that really nice flag? That's lovely.

-Yeah.

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-That was a lodge that was buried under red-hot lava last year.

-Oh.

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-Shall we have a meander back down?

-I'm glad you've come round to my way of thinking.

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What a bunch of scaredy-cats!

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Talk about hot-footing it off the mountain.

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Hey, guys! Hang on! Wait for me!

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Spain, Barcelona.

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Many of Barcelona's sandy beaches are actually man-made.

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# Here in Spain in Barcelona

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# This is the Sagrada Familia

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# It was designed by Antoni Gaudi

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# Looks like it's not quite finished to me

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# Turns out you're right - they're still building

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# Gaudi's old plans will be fulfilling

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# Where do we start, there's still lots to do

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# The first stone was laid in 1882

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# But even though it's not finished

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# Its beauty is not diminished

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# It's got curves by Gaudi

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# It's got mosaics by Gaudi

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# Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh

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# Designed by Gaudi

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# To build for such a duration

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# They rely on donations

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# It's got curves by Gaudi

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# It's got mosaics by Gaudi

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# Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh

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# Designed by Gaudi

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# Oh, a complete

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# Gaudi design

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# Visit Park Guell

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# It's mighty fine

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# These gatehouses built

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# With style and flair

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# Gaudi he lived

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# In that one there

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# The dragon stairway

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# What a creature

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# Decorative shards

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# Are a main feature

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# This portico is one of my faves

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# Adopts the shape of a great wave

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# The Hypostyle Room's mind-blowing

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# It's so unique, I know it

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# It's got curves like Gaudi

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# It's got mosaics like Gaudi

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# Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh

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# Designed by Gaudi

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# You have to say he's dynamic

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# These walls are topped with ceramic

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# It's got curves by Gaudi

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# It's got mosaics by Gaudi

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# Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh

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# Designed by Gaudi

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# One thing about Gaudi designs

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# He didn't like to use straight lines

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# Unlike the tram that ran him down

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# And his crypt is here

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# In his home town

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# And now he's gone we won't stop

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# Till the last tile is placed on the top

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# It's got curves like Gaudi

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# It's got mosaics like Gaudi

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# Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh

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# Designed by Gaudi

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# And when we lay the last bricks

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# In about 2026

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# It'll be for Gaudi

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# A tribute to Gaudi

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# Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh

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# Designed by Gaudi. #

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Croatia, Zagreb.

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It's not actually called Croatia in Croatian, it's called Hrvatska!

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She's gone! Gone forever, my one true love!

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Gone, I say! Oh, what will I do?

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That's it, get it all out, you'll feel so much better after

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a good cry.

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What are you doing? Can't you see I'm heartbroken?

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I'm heartbroken!

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I was just collecting these for the Museum of Broken Relationships.

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The museum of what?!

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I hope you might be interested in my used tissues

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because I'm very upset!

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Please stop crying, you've come to the right place.

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This is the Museum of Broken Relationships, where there are

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so many broken-hearted people like you, submitting their objects

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and stories. You won't be lonely here.

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So you think you might use those?

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Sure, we can exhibit it on a shelf, next to the others.

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Oh, great. That's really good cos you'll get loads of people

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in the door when they find out you're showing my tissues!

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-They're already coming.

-Here they are now!

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They're flocking through the door! What?!

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Oh, Ed, they're not here to see your tissues!

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They're here to see all this amazing stuff.

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Every item in this museum is a memento of a relationship that

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hasn't worked out.

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They remind couples of their break ups,

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and incredibly, they want to share them with the whole world.

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Oh, no, what happened to this poor guy?

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-Don't worry, it's not a sad story.

-Isn't it?

-No, it's very romantic.

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There was a boyfriend and girlfriend that owned this caterpillar.

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Every time they met up, they pulled a leg off

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and decided when all the legs had been pulled off,

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they'd stay together forever.

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But it's still got legs on it.

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Oh, right, yes.

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Oh, it is quite sad, actually.

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No wonder this person got dumped,

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-it looks like they've been hit with an ugly stick!

-Oi!

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Ed, look at this one. It looks like it's been in a fight.

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Very strange place, this.

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Hey, Naomi.

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Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction,

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as you're about to find out!

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Welcome to the X-Partner Factor!

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I'm going to show you an object from the Museum of Broken Relationships

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and give you three explanations as to what it's doing there.

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Only one of them is true.

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If you guess correctly, you can go home to your significant other.

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-That's nice, isn't it?

-Yep.

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If you guess incorrectly, well, that's show business.

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First question, Naomi,

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have a look at this small bottle of clear liquid.

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Is it A, water from the romantic River Danube,

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bottled during a boat trip on a couple's first date?

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-Plausible.

-Mm-hm.

-Is it B,

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tears collected by a blubbering German

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after the break-up of his four-year relationship?

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Or is it C, dishwater from the sink after a couple broke up

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after arguing about whose turn it was to do the dishes?

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-Well, it's not dirty enough to be dishwater.

-So you're going with C.

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-No, I'm NOT going with C.

-Oh, Naomi, why do you go with C?!

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The correct answer was B, it's a German man's tears.

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Lots of tears in there. Hope he didn't stick his finger in his eye.

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Question two,

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look at this bag, look at it!

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Is it A, the bag a boyfriend put home-made sandwiches in

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-for his girlfriend's first day at work?

-Eurgh, I hope not!

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Is it B, the bag one lady made her husband wear on his head

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whenever he wanted to kiss her? Must have had a small head.

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Or is it C, the airsickness bag used by a girlfriend

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as she flew to meet her true love

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-before he finished with her?

-It's C.

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Is the right answer! Don't think it's been used though.

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-ED RETCHES

-It's been used!

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Well, Naomi, that was absolutely awful.

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You only got one point and now you have to split up with your partner.

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-What are you talking about?

-I know, it's terribly sad.

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I'm just going to phone him now on your phone and tell him.

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Where did you get my phone from?

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And if you start crying and getting hysterical, don't worry,

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you can just use some of Ed Petrie's used tissues.

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ALARM

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Oh, I probably shouldn't have touched the exhibits!

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TELEPHONE RINGS

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Oh, it's you.

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You're coming back to me?!

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Fluffles is coming back to me!

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Oh, Fluffles, you're the loveliest kitten in the world!

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Ah, that's great news, Ed.

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Oh, but what about these?

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Who's going to want to see these now your relationship's back together?

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-Hey...

-Hey, guys, come and see this. It's Ed Petrie's tissues.

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CAMERAS CLICK

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Germany. Schweinfurt.

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The narrowest street in the world is Spreuerhofstrasse,

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in Germany. It's just 31 centimetres wide.

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-Ed versus...

-Jonny!

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In the main event.

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Jonny, just in case you thought this day couldn't get any better,

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I've arranged something amazing for us to do later.

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Nice, Ed.

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Just as long as whatever you've got planned doesn't involve me

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jumping from a high platform into a deep pool

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in the pursuit of points which I'll then try to use

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-to win a diving competition or something.

-Really?

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Yeah, you know how I feel about diving competitions.

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SPLASH

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Ed, we're diving, aren't we?

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Yeah.

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Yes, Jonny.

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Dust off your arm bands,

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cos you and Ed are going to be splash diving!

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Like these guys.

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Every year since 2004,

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hundreds of thrill seekers descend upon the town of Schweinfurt

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for the Splash Diving World Championship.

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The rules are simple -

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dive off of a board, into a pool

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and make the biggest, most stylish, crowd-pleasing splash possible.

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Like this guy.

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SPLASH

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This is Oliver. He loves splashing and he loves diving.

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What's the highest board that people can jump off?

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The highest board that we do here, it's ten metres.

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The idea of splash diving is to have a really, a proper splashdown.

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DISTANT CHEERING

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Diving normally, you'd be trying to enter like a fish, wouldn't you?

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-But you've got to enter like a massive rock.

-Ouch!

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Oliver, sounds like we need some hints and tips.

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Ed, you will be trained by the world champion, Felix.

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You will be trained by me.

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I can feel a training montage coming on.

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Jonny may be trying to look cool, but between you and me,

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he's not too keen on swimming and he's even less keen on heights.

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He's petrified!

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Give me a tip so that it won't hurt when I hit the water.

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-What we are doing is we're going like that to the water.

-OK.

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What do I need to do if I'm going to do a really impressive jump?

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Now you're just bouncing up and down

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and you try to hold your core strength.

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Core strength is all about how strong the muscles

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in the middle of your body are, like your stomach and back muscles.

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So the next step would be a seat drop.

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-Does it not hurt your bum a little bit?

-Not really.

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-Wow!

-THEY LAUGH

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Go, do it.

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Oh, I love you, Mum.

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Right, OK. Oh, no. JONNY LAUGHS

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ED SHOUTS

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Oh, man. Sorry, guys. I just...

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JONNY SIGHS

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And hit the water in a big old mess.

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You can do it, Jonny, come on.

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Oh, nice splash, Ed.

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-Yeah, that was really good.

-Ow!

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Yes! Well done, Jonny.

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Jonny's conquering his fear,

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but he won't score many points from the one metre board.

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Ed's looking ready.

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And so is Jonny.

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Gentleman, it's time to dive!

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You each have two dives to impress the judges.

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Points are awarded for the height of your dive,

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how stylish you are and how big your splash is when you land in the pool.

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Ed, you're diving first!

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I'm going to see if I can grab a few extra points by shouting schnitzel.

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He gives it big, but he'll be really nervous now.

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-Don't mess up, Ed.

-I think Jonny's trying to put me off.

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Can't understand a word he's saying. Yeah, mate. Yeah.

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Ed's first dive is from three metres.

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Get on with it! Hurry up!

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Schnitzel!

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Excellent first dive from Ed!

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And the judges like it too, scoring him 24/30.

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I heard some clapping. Were people clapping?

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Yeah, because you said schnitzel. It was a rubbish jump.

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I'll be honest with you, it wasn't that bad.

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You can see he's worried. Look at his face.

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Oh, I'm so nervous.

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Jonny's done a pretty good job of hiding it

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but he is quite worried about this.

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He didn't know how to swim until he was 18 years old.

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I've got to do it. I've never jumped off anything this high before.

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This must be scary for

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Jonny. He's starting on the 3m board as well. It's a long way down!

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As you look at the crowd you can see

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the concern on their faces. The excitement's building.

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Germany, World Cup winners.

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It's a brilliant first dive. And yes, the crowd are going wild.

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Did someone boo him when he hit the water?

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But the judges aren't too keen.

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Scoring him six points less than Ed on 18/30.

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In my head, I had all these ideas of doing somersaults

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and surprising you.

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Were you trying to suck up to them by shouting,

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-"Germany, World Cup winners?"

-You shouted, "schnitzel."

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First dives complete, it's on to dive two.

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I was feeling really confident about it.

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Once you've done one it's almost like you've got that

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out of the way and the adrenaline's going.

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But now that I've got to do another one and I've seen the height...

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It's when you look down.

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That's because you're standing on the 5m board.

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It's a very big deal for Jonny

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because this is the highest he's ever jumped off anything, ever.

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Jonny could barely jump off a one-metre board earlier.

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-Now look at him.

-The things I do for CBBC.

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The crowd's nervous. Jonny's nervous. Ed's nervous.

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Even I'm nervous.

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Hello!

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And he's done it. And the crowd are absolutely loving it.

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That was a jump that had everything. "Hello"! Don't know what happened.

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I wanted to do a little trick in the air.

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I forgot about making a splash, which is the whole point. Gutted.

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The judges scores are in for Jonny's two dives and it's 31.5/60.

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Let's see if competitive Ed can do any better.

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Here we go.

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Looks like Ed is going for the 7m.

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You're right, Jonny. Ed's made his way up to the 7m board.

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It's a bit high, actually.

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Look at this.

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No, thanks, I'm feeling a bit dizzy.

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He's made the mistake of looking down. Never look down.

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Now you tell me.

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Oh, stop looking down, Ed.

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Don't mess up, Ed!

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Ed's looking as nervous as I feel.

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Lederhosen!

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Yes, he didn't make a splash either.

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Wow! That 7m dive looked amazingly, incredibly painful.

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Ow! I was a bit worried I didn't make a big enough splash.

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-You didn't make much of a splash but it was a clean entry.

-Ah!

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-How did it feel? Was it all right from 7m?

-I was terrified.

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The dives are complete but did Ed score more than Jonny?

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So, the winner is Ed.

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-Yah!

-With a judges score of 50/60, Ed completely stuffed Jonny.

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-It was me!

-Good job, dude.

-Thank you.

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Couldn't have done it without you.

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Think I made a bit of a splash there, Jonny.

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Yeah, you made such a splash and I was

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so impressed by your jumping that I want to see you do it again.

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You've been watching All Over The Place: Europe!

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Ed Petrie and his CBBC mates go on an adventure to find the most unusual and amazing places in Europe. They discover the sport of cow trekking in Switzerland, survive an erupting volcano in Italy, show off moves like Jagger in Barcelona, visit a museum dedicated to broken relationships in Croatia and compete in the Splashdiving World Championship in Germany. Ed is joined on this bonkers road trip by Michelle Ackerley, Victoria Cook, Sam and Mark, Johny Pitts, Iain Stirling and Naomi Wilkinson - there's stuff to do in Europe that is totally ace and it turns up all over the place!


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