12/01/2012 Blue Peter


12/01/2012

Children's magazine. For the first episode of 2012, Doctor Who star Matt Smith helps launch a new writing competition. Plus a live link up with Helen Skelton in the Antarctic.


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Coming up on Blue Peter, we speak to Helen Ashes battles through the

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extreme conditions of Antarctica. We revealed the Hollywood secrets

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behind Steven Spielberg's new Blockbuster epic War Horse.

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I would never do that! Find out how you can help Doctor

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Hello! Welcome to a new Blue Peter for a brand new year. It is a new

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day, a new time, and we have got a jam-packed show. You have probably

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noticed that somebody is missing. That is Helen. She is undertaking

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her biggest challenge yet, 11,000 miles away in the South Pole. She

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will attempt to travel that distance using it Kite Cumiskey and

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it's no bite. It does not look too far on here, but if I put a map of

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the UK next to where she is travelling, it puts it into

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perspective. She has got a massive task. We are very excited about

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this, because although she is 11,000 miles away, we think we have

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established a connection where we can speak to her. I am here! I can

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hear you! How are you? This is amazing! It is absolutely

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unbelievable. Nice come up blue-sky. Or you can see is white. It is like

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being on top of this frozen ocean. It is supposed to be minus 48! Your

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freezer at home is minus 18! How do you manage in that kind of

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temperature? You have to keep moving and you need lots of clothes.

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The more that your hands and fingers move, the better. I am

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constantly moving my hands, because otherwise they go really painful,

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and you run the risk of frostbite. It is dangerously cold. What about

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simple things like going to the toilet? That is a nightmare. I am

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wearing three pairs of trousers and a harshness. -- harmless. Sometimes,

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I do not bother. But you can forget luxuries. I do not even have a

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hairbrush! I do not even have a halt at brash! Y idea doing this? -

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- why it or you doing this? I was challenged to see if I could get to

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the South Pole. It is for Sport Relief. It is tough, but I am

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determined. I have met lots of people whose lives have been

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changed by Sport Relief. Your money makes a difference. What about

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breaking a world record? Yes, pleaded not set out to do what, it

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just happened. -- we did not set out to do it. The wind was strong,

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so we covered a lot of miles. Halfway through the afternoon, they

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said we could try to cover 100 kilometres and set a new world

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record, and we did. It has been officially confirmed, you have

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broken the world record, so congratulations. I know you are

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freezing! It has been so nice to be able to see you. It has been a

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pleasure. Come back in one piece. Hello to everybody, thank you for

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one of the lovely messages! Keep them coming! We will see you soon.

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If you want to sign up for a Sport Relief mile, go to the website. I

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am them to be welcoming some special co-presenter is to keep me

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company. Today, I am joined by Joanna -- Diana Vickers. She rose

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to fame when she reached the semi- finals of the X Factor. Her debut

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single went to number one on the UK singles chart. Last year, she broke

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into the world of fashion, by launching her first clothing range.

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She is back in the studio, recording new tracks, which she is

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hoping to showcase on tour later this year. Jump-off your sofas, it

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is Diana Vickers! Hello! Hello! Welcome! It is so good to see year.

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Normally, you would get a blue Peter badge for appearing, but

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because you have already got one, you will get yourself a Blue Peter

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badge. It is a sticker on one! Shot put it here. Let's talk about

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how well you of the wind. You have your own fashion and make-up ranges.

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Yes, I have been away, writing and recording my new album, I am so

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excited. Yes, my collection is doing really well. This year is

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looking pretty good, I am very excited. Lots of people are excited

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that you on the show. One person says, what is your favourite

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animal? I really want one of those small dogs, they are really tiny,

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but they do not get bigger than the size of a teacup. But I do love

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Lions. Monkeys! They are fascinating to watch. That is not

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the answer I was expecting! One person says, I love your songs, if

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you could start in a film, what would the film be? I would have to

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be a James Bond girl, that would be the ultimate. Somebody said there

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would be a film about the Muppets. I would love to be in doubt! -- to

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be in that! You can be an Olympic athlete at

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the age of 14, in the Youth Olympic Games. Two years ago, Singapore

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hosted the first Games, but tomorrow, the first Winter Youth

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Olympic Games starts in Austria. The aim is to find the world's best

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young winter sportsmen and women. 15 winter sports, over 1000 young

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athletes, and 10 days packed full It is the first ever Winter Youth

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Olympic Games, and it promises to be the ultimate competitive

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training ground for the best young or winter sports men and women in

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the world. Aged between 14 and 18, athletes from 70 nations have

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travelled to Austria, to Innsbruck, which has twice hosted the Winter

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Olympic Games. Young competitors will strive to make their mark.

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Their dream, to win one or more of the 372 Olympic medals up for grabs.

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The stage is set, let the games Some of these athletes have been

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training for years to get here, and some of them are only found out in

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the last few months they had a place. We have been following three

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of the UK hopefuls, and one of there is Katie Summerhayes.

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-- one of them. The Double Cork. The switch. These

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are just some of the gravity- defying of moves in freestyle

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skiing. With some of the core list tricks on stone, it is one of the

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15 sports represented at the Winter Olympic Games. Hoping to represent

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Great Britain this year, Katie Summerhayes. I love all of the

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freestyle skiing, the way you can express yourself, being able to do

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tricks in the air, it makes it better. I have been trying to

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qualify for over a year. To be able to go to the Olympics would be

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awesome. There are five different types of freestyle skiing. She is

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hoping to represent a GP in the half pipe. It is a hot cylinder

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shape course, did into the hill. Using speed gained on the slopes,

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they perform acrobatic tricks as they leave the room of the pipe.

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The aim is to perform challenging and impressive aerial tricks as

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perfectly and with as much hype as possible. The challenge is being

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able to keep my height consistent. If you fall, it is gone, so you

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have to be consistent. Falling can happen. If you take a tumble on the

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ice, it is not just your place in the competition that is at risk.

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is dangerous, because we are flying through the air, that is why we are

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wearing helmets, just in case. Learning such a specialist and

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dangerous scale takes total passion and dedication. What motivates me

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to train it is the thought of being able to say I am an Olympian. If I

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did not love it, I would not put the hard work and time into it. I

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do have to miss going out with my friends, but I love it, I am very

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competitive. As the UK does not have much snow, she spends as much

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time as she can training on skis clubs abroad. When she is at home,

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the best place for her to practise is at her nearest Snow Dome. I try

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to train as hard as I can, because I want to become the best athlete

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that I can. I do not think anybody has understood how she has worked,

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the amount of effort and training, she has put her heart into it.

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have worked to make it better, I have to try my best. Her training

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is only the half of it. If she is going to perform their real moves

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in the half pipe at the Games, she has to perfect it them on a

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trampoline. This is one of the most important parts, making sure my

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vision is fine, so when we do a trick, we know where we are, so I

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can land and keep up my speed. to focus on. -- focus on where you

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are going to land. It is scary! It is better to land on a trampoline

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than on the ice. After this hard work, she still has to go the extra

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mile to try to make sure of her place. If you 1000 miles, to be

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exact, to fit in as much training on the snow and she can. It would

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be amazing, all of my hard work would have paid off. Will all of

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her efforts be worth it when she gets back from America? She is keen

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to find out whether her Olympic dream will become a reality. I have

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got my letter. Open it! Many congratulations on your selection!

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Fantastic! Welburn! -- well don't! We were on edge, but now I have

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told all of my friends and family, they are happy for me, and I am

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looking forward to getting out there to do my best.

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I had the privilege of taking photos of her a few months ago, and

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she stood out a mile, she was amazing. It looks fascinating.

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is nice to confirm that she has made it through to the Olympics. We

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will catch up with her next week. She has chosen to be the flag-

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bearer at the opening ceremony tomorrow.

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Still to come,... See your very own Doctor Who script come to life.

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Children of Great Britain, rescue us! Find out how right here.

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And, it is the film everybody is talking about, so we sent Michelle

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Keegan to meet its biggest dot on the red carpet. He thinks the

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microphone is fit! -- it is food! The stars keep on coming. Next

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Wednesday, I am hosting a Blue Peter star-gazing special about the

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Now is the time to get your questions answered. Professor Brian

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Cox will be joining me on our special show, so head to the Blue

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Peter message boards where you can send in questions and make sure you

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watch the special next Wednesday on 18th January. Now a few months ago

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you might have gone to the cinema to see spiel speels film The

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Adventures of Tintin. Tomorrow, sees the release of his brand-new

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blockbuster epic warhorse so we sent Michelle Keegan to its red

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carpet launch. His, you may know me as Tina on coreration street. Today

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I am here in London's Leicester square, at the premier of Steven

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Spielberg's latest film warhorse to meet its four legged star, Joey.

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Adapted from a novel, the film follows a story of Joey, a young

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horse taken from his loving owner Albert, to help British soldiers

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fight in the First World War. on Joey. I know you have it. Come

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on boy. Come on. Eight different horses were used to play the adult

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joyy as each horse had been taught different tricks. Such as

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responding to Albert's call. Bucking on cue. And even running

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through explosions. In spite of all the sparkle on set and here at the

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premier tonight, the story of a real life warhorse is far from

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glamorous. Six million horses were sent into bat at the outbreak of

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World War I in 1914. Many that were injured were treated by the blue

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cross hospitals, that had been set up on the front line. Sadly, horse

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casualties in France alone added up to 50,000. Thankfully British

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horses are no longer needed for battle, but nearly 100 years on the

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blue cross help recovery of injured, abused and homeless animals and

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today I am here in Oxfordshire to meet a special horse called Paris.

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Paris is just one of the 6,500 animals rescued by the blue cross

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every year. She was found abandoned and very ill. Suffering from

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several diseases including pneumonia. Gemma you work at the

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blue cross what is Paris's story? Paris was found at the side of the

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road. It is a mystery what happened to her. She was taken in I be the

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RSPC na. A poorly state. She was dangerously ill and close to death.

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She got treated with numerous antibiotics to make Herbert.

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what does the rehabilitation process involve? She was very

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nervous when she arrived. She didn't trust humans at all, which

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you can't blame her. We have spent a lot of time building her

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confidence, getting her used to people again. So once Paris is back

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to full health, the blue cross can start training her up to become a

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riding pony. One of the training techniques they use is called

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lunging. It is a technique where Emily stands in the middle. She is

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teaching her to move forward off commands, and slow up from commands

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as well. So what does the future hold for her? It is really good

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news. We have had somebody call the centre and is interesting to see

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her, so hopefully she will be going to a new home soon. Looks like

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Paris will get the happy ending she deserves. Whether Joey the warhorse

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has a happy ending. Well, you will have to watch the film to find out.

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Tonight, at least one of the film's Joeys is looking pleased because he

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has arrived on the red carpet at the London premier and the crowd

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can't get enough of him. His Joey. Are you enjoying the premier today?

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He thinks mimic row phone is food! While he mingles with his adoring

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fans I find out what the rest of cast think of him. When you work

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with animals it is going to be tricky. They will want to fart in

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the middle of your close up, or stamp on your foot when you are

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trying do an emotional scene. They are all great. They are the most

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amazing animals in the world. seem to be able to respond

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emotionally, to what is happening in a scene. They understand how you

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are feeling. If you are nervous, they feel nervous for you, if you

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are excited they get excited. eight horses playing Joey it took a

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Hollywood superdirector to pull it off. How did you get all the horses

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looking like Joey, the exact same? Some of it was done with really

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good make up. We use it on actors and on the horses. Are they all

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real horses. 98% of the movie is all with real horses. Only three

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shots that are not real horses because it would have been too

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dangerous to use the horses. One of those shots jumping over the tanks

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Falling into the trench. I would never do that to a real horse.

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just spoke to Steven Spielberg! This is the best day ever! And just

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when I think my day can't get better, the Duke and Dutchest --

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Duchess of Cambridge arrive. I have seen William and Kate and

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interviewed Steven Spielberg, but the highlight is seeing a horse

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walk down the red carpet. Brilliant! I wonder if it gets to

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watch the film? Yes, he must do. They will sit him in the royal

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horse box. That is terrible. Lame joke. Let us talk about something

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exciting. We are massive fans of Doctor Who on the show. Last year,

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they launched an in-- incredible competition that gave you the

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chance to write a script for the Time Lord itself. Thousand s of you

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got involved and the winners got see their script made into an

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actual Doctor Who special episode. That is amazing. Take a look.

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What happened? Long story. Nice hair. You should keep it. It is

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more sciencey. I don't feel so good. Will you drop me off at home.

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was great. The good news is the doctor thinks you are so talented

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he will run the same competition again this year. This is the chance

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for you to write a script for a one off Doctor Who special. In fact

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hang on a second. Can you hear the TARDIS? I am getting a transmission

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here. Ahoy there. Blue Peter. Amy. Rory, we will be all right. I have

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got us on Blue Peter. They are great at making things, which is

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handy because we are trapped in the land of fiction, nasty place and

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utterly empty. Look. The only way to escape from here is if someone

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thinks of an adventure, think. Go on. Primary school-children of

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Great Britain. Rescue Amy and me, and Rory, from the land of fiction

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by thinking of an adventure of Olympic proportions. I am sending

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you more information now. Hurley, you only have until the 16th March

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to rescue us, you are our only hope. I could try asking Tracy Beaker!

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be honest if the TARDIS lands in the dumping ground there would be

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some adventure. Maybe you have your own idea. If you want to get

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involved, there is a few things you need to know. You need to be aged

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between nine and 11. You need to have three mates and write your

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script as a team. Speak to your teachers so they can enter your

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school. You have until 16th March. Before you start writing make sure

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you check out the full details and go to the Blue Peter website and

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click on the link. We were talking about a young lady called Katie

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Summerhayes who is an incredible skier. We can go live to Innsbruck,

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we have another bit of technology, Sonali is out there with Katie,

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Sonali, how is it going? Hello there Barney. Yes, I am with Katie.

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She is here with me now. First congratulations for making it out

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here to the Winter Youth Olympic Games. How excited are you. I am so

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excited. Represented Team GB is a dream come true. You have only just

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found out you are flag bearer, how honoured are you? They voted for me

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and I haven't known them for 24 hours so I am excited. Good luke

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with the competition and for the opening ceremony. I am loving the

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technology, that is happening live by the way. Because it's a New Year,

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there are loads of cool new shows starting and one is a brand-new

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comedy called the 4.00 Club. It is about two brothers. One is a

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naughty schoolboy and the other is his teacher. You don't wave at me,

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or look at me. Are you solid on that. Chill your beans. No calling

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me bruv. People can't know we are brothers. I promise not to

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embarrass you more than two or three times a day. All right. All

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right. I'll stay out the Josh zone. Make sure you do because I know

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where mum keep yours baby photos. You don't want those getting in the

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wrong hands. And we have one of the stars here today. Everyone, as he

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makes his smokey entrance it is Doc Brown. Hello. Welcome to the show.

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Good to see you. Welcome. How are you? Fine, thank you. So your

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character is a teacher but he also has another talent. Yes, he fancies

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himself as a bit of a rapper. As does his little brother, which adds

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to a lot of the comedy, and the drama of the show. But your not

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necessarily acting because you have real life experience of teaching

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kids how to rap. I taught some of the kids in the show how to do the

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basic,, and I have rapped since I was a youngster. So you would be

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the perfect person to give tips. Where would you tell someone to

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start? I would say the very first thing is to feel like you have

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something important to say, you know, that is the starting point.

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Something personal that means something to you. That is a very

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good tip. So, well, as he is such a rap master we couldn't resist

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asking him to create an exclusive rap about 2012. Are you ready to

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rap. Always. Please take your position in the Blue Peter

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performance yae, so a few things remember. It is something that has

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to be important do you and you need to have a bit of rithle. I am not

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the expert, Doc Brown is. Here he is with his amazing rap. This is

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Doc Brown, live and direct from the Blue Peter studio, for 2012. Check

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this out. They told me that any New Year's resolution dream, was mad,

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to be the only rap we are a Blue Peter badge. I relish the challenge.

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This is the task I got. Seeing as the year 2012 is only beginning, I

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can rap about what we hope to see in it. First of all the four clock

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club it has a guy who is funny, good looking and is smarter than

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your father. Cooler than Helen Skelton's toes in Antarctica. If

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that is not enough you got board, this year One Direction are on tour.

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I might get lucky this time, they might travel in one direction and

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stay there. The JLS tour is one to watch, did you know it stands for

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just love sucks. Justin Bieber is 18. We celebrate Charles Dickens at

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200. Do you buy for a guy who's 200. The CBC channel turns ten. I

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remember when it was born whereinically and blue and we

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washed it in a sink. Here is another celebration, you will see

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the keen's o Queen's anniversary, is Diamond Jubilee, it is cool and

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important, you get a couple of extra days off school. Football,

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European Championship, I wonder how bad England will lose. Stay cool

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for the Olympics, if moaning is a sport we can win this. Autumn comes

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round, hooray we are going back to school. There is fun stuff like

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Hallowe'en. You might see films you haven't seen, like Frankenweenie,

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The Hobbit or Madagascar 3. Before you know it it will start to get

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dark early. Then the clocks go back and winter has begun, I guess the

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time moves fast when you're having fun. It's 2012 I say enjoy it. If

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this doesn't earn a Blue Peter badge I'll be disappointed. You

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can't be disappointed. There is your badge. Let us take a look at

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what is happening on next week's show. We are excited to have the

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To celebrate the first episode of 2012, Doctor Who star Matt Smith helps launch a new writing competition. Plus a live link up with Helen Skelton in the Antarctic for the latest on her Polar Challenge.


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