15/03/2012 Blue Peter


15/03/2012

Barney challenges super chef Aaron Craze to see who can make the most eco-friendly food. Plus, Dick and Dom are live in the studio to give the inside story on their new show.


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Coming up on Blue Peter. Anything could happen, dom are here, live in

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the studio to give you the inside story on their brand-new show. Ed

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digs deep into how you can improve your drawing and cooking doesn't

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get tougher than this. I go head- to-head with Aaron Craze, to

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discover how to create an eco- friendly feast. How do you know

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when a tomato is roasted. Barney Hi. Hello. Thanks very much. How

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you doing? Welcome to Blue Peter. It is a live show. As you can see

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Helen is not here, so I am save sailing this ship on my own. Not

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that I mind, while she is away the boys will play. It is an extreme

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show. We have extreme cooking, the extreme Dick and Dom. They are here

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to talk about their new show Diddy Movies. They are getting ready,

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sorry, a bit of interference there. Hello. I'm Diddy Barney. Who are

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you? Diddy Baxter? I am Diddy Celt Celt. And recently I have been to

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the South Pole. Really? I had to poo in a bag and wait for it to

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freeze, then I put it in my pocket. You know what, smells like it is

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starting to thaw out. Do you want to have a look. It is thawing out.

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It smells like lemons. I have never seen our producer looking so

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nervous. Dick and Dom are live in the studio. If you would like to

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ask them a question, you can. In is live. This is happening right now.

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We would like do you ask them any question you like.

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[email protected] The crazier the better. Only e-mail if you are

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watching this on Thursday. Now, we like to give you the inside story

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here, and we know you love to draw. How cool would it be to draw for

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the most amazing stories round the country? We found out that Ed also

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happens to be a bit of a cartoonist, so we sent him to get top tips from

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the expert. I love reading. And I love drawing even more. If you ask

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me, some of the best books are made better by the illustrations inside

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them. So I have brought a pad, a pen, and a short story I have

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written to this school where I will get some tips from a top children's

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illustrator. This is Corky Paul. He has been illustrating children's

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books for over 30 years. In that time he has drawn everything there

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is to draw, including witch, dragons and pirates. He is really

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good. He is here to give the children some tips on how to draw

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their characters. I have tagged along to see if I can pick up

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advice. Let us see, who shall we draw a dinosaur portrait of? Come

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on up Ed. Don't make my nose look too big. By exaggerating my

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features, he can turn me into a comedy dinosaur. I was captain of

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the cross-country team. My feet aren't that big! A bit of yellow in

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there. A bit of grass. Look at that! I have just about forgiven

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you for turning me into an ugly dinosaur. I think you look handsome.

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I wonder if you could help me illustrate this story. It is about

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a handsome and talented TV presenter. It is not based on

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anyone in reality! He is training a snail. He takes him to Paris to

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show him how much he believes in him. He doesn't realise snails

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areadelica si in France. That is when he sprints off down the road

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and he becomes the fastest snail in the world. Where do you start?

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have to have your text and pictures work together. My first thing, I

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would think, Ned, I have to draw a picture of Ned here. So let us see,

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what will he look like. A very handsome guy. Very handsome. Let us

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see now. Do I do handsome guys? Yes, I can do handsome. So there are so

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many things you need to be an illustrator. What is the most

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important? The most important, I think, is using your imagination, I

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mean lots of people can draw, but it is being able to create your own

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vision of the world. He is looking glum. He is poor. He is poor. He

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keeps spending on training this snail. Exactly. He can't afford

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haircuts. You work out the character. This is what I love in

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illustration, when your eye is drawn to something that wasn't in

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the story. You think a what is that doing there. The other character,

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the snail. Harold the snail. You think about a snail. There are

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snails with incredible patterns. Every time you draw a scene. Think

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of how can I draw the scene in an unusual way, rather than front on.

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We have a kid looking up at something. You want to have the

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kid's view. Don't do the most obvious thing. I think that is good

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already. I use the pen and ink, and maybe we will improve the drawing a

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bit here. Some 06 the tips are suprising, he has given me loads of

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ideas for my own drawings. Tink is still wet. Are you I am doing that

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on purpose? When you try to make a negative into a positive, rather

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than trying to hide it. You can make a big old mess and say I meant

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to do that. Can't believe the speed you work out, these are great.

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know, when you have a deadline to meet. I was hoping I could take

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them away for inspiration. Please do. I will try and illustrate my

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own story myself. Read the text and draw and try and add something to

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the text. I will try and do it justice. Well done. The characters

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have inspired me to finish illustrating my story. If you want

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to read the final story, just head to the Blue Peter website. And that

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address is: Take a look at these. You should recognise them as book

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tokens, you will have been given them as part of World Book Day, if

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you still have them you only have until the end of this month to get

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them spent. Still to come: Dick and Dom will be here, they are taking

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about their new show and they have a Blue Peter challenge to complete.

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You won't want to miss it. This week is climate week which means we

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are raising awareness for environmental issue, the food we

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eat can sometimes be harmful for the planet. Before the food hits

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the shelve, there is a process, it has been packaged and transported,

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sometimes a long way, this can create gases like carbon dioxide,

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which are harmful for the planet. So the question is, is it possible

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to create an environment live friendly meal that is good for the

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planet? Myself and Aaron Craze were set a Blue Peter challenge to find

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out and it all happened in this telly. It is a culinary clash never

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before seen on UK television. Blue Peter presenter and amateur cook

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Barney Harwood, is going head-to- head, against Aaron Craze, host of

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Junior Bake Off and a very good chef indeed. Their mission, to

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create the tastiest meal they can, but using the lowest carbon. Barney

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Rubble, you're in trouble. I am feeling confident. They will have

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30 minutes to impress the judges. Cooking doesn't get more

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environmentally-friendly than this. Before we can let the rivals into

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the kitchen, they need to source the ingredients for their final

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plate of food. First to take to the supermarket is Barney Harwood. He

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knows exactly what is on his menu. I am going for fish, chips and

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mushy peace. It has to be low in carbon. Potatoes come out of the

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ground and fish comes out the sea and peas grow on pea trees! So the

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most low carbon male you have heard of. These are British white

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potatoes, they are good for my dish and the planet. The most carbon

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efficient veg are those grown in season on home soil. They have the

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least far to travel, meaning less fuel is burned. So British spuds

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are a good choice Barney. But as it happens not all veg are good for

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the climate. At certain times of the year some more exotic veg can't

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grow in the UK. This means they have to be flown over from other

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country, to get them on to the supermarket shelves while they are

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stel fresh. Since fuel from planes creates carbon dioxide, it is not

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good for the environment. Meanwhile opponent and top chef Aaron Craze

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has decided on his menu. I am going to do a stir-fry. First I will need

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chicken. I have come to this aisle where you have mini fillets and

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they are perfect. I don't think it is going to travel too far. Can't

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get more British than that flag. meat is carbon free but at least

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Aaron has chosen chicken instead of beef or lamb. They are both higher

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in carbon for a reason you might not expect. When cows and sheep

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burp they give off methane which is involved in global warming. Some

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say if we ate less beef and lamb there would be less damage to the

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environment. So this extreme low carbon challenge isn't as

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straightforward as they first thought. Barney has chosen to cook

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fish and chips in the hope that local ingredients equal planet

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friendly. An Aaron has gone oriental with a chicken stir-fry

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since he showed British chicken has a low carbon footprint. Because I

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am making my own batter, I am going to need my milk. How much carbon

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can yourself you use doing that? Cows equal methane. Six large eggs,

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in one piece. Beautiful. It is a small mistake for Aaron. The

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British eggs haven't travelled bar but nay have minimal packaging.

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Will Harwood make the same mistake with his home-made ketchup?

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process of making pacts probably use more energy so that might mean

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things in pacts are -- packets are less carbon efficient. Let us go

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without packets. Well done Barney, they are British and low in

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packaging but this isn't as easy as it might seem. It is not tomato

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season, so to get in in March they have to be grown under hot lamps

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and that burns energy. Supermarket shopping over, both contenders have

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avoided processed foods, so there is everything still to play for,

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but what has Aaron chosen for his final ingredient. I have the best

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kept secret in London. Right in the middle of the city on top of an

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organic supermarket. An urban roof garden. You don't get lower carbon

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than this. Growing veg locally in season means you can pick them

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fresh and they haven't travelled any distance at all. I have nice

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kale. These are early so they are tender. So they might nice. With

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With superfresh veg like that Aaron could have the edge. But wait a

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minute, what is Barney up to now? am at the fish market in London.

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This is the largest selection of fish you will find in the country.

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All I need to do is find a nice fish I can put a batter on. So long

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as you choose carefully. Fish are lower carbon since they doesn't

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burp methane but some are being over harvested. There is lots of

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whiting. Better still whiting can be caught close to home in the

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North Sea, so top markets for another low carbon choice.

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Beautiful. It S you are bang on Barney, that is lovely. I have a

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big one here. You sold it so well I am going to go for the whiting.

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it. I can't get it out. Oh. Oh! Thank you very much. I am sure I

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have got the lowest carbon environmentally-friendly fish in

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here, they are really tasty. All I have to do is cook them. I am over

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the moon with this box of treasures, there is so much to play with and

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it will be fantastic for my stir- fry. Barney, you a lot of work to

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do mate. Still to come. It is egg whisks at dawn as the competition

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hoth hots up. Who will be crowned the low carbon king of the kitchen?

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Stay tuned. I know who woifpbs course because I was there, you

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will are to stay tuned. Two people who are full of suprises and I am

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delighted to welcome them to the studio, it is Dick and Dom. Hello.

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Good to see you. Mind out dear. Mind out. How are you mate? No time

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for that. Why you here? You have a new show, we normally see you as

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the Diddys. You are used to seeing the Diddy Dick and Dom in a pink

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cupboard. Now eventually, Diddy Dick and Dom have come out of their

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cupboard and are Hollywood movie stars. Do they get the perks, in

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the girl friends, the house? any of that. I have a little friend

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here. We reenact many movie, we do a space film, a murder mystery film.

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We do the lot. So what happens, Diddy Dick and Dom on each episode

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turn up and go and watch the premier of their brand-new movie.

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We can show you a great clip. Have a look. Rb your nearest emergency

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exit maybe inside you. In the vent of us getting bored, sponge cakes

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will descend from above. And remember, to never ever press this

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Argh! Oh no. It is a disaster. Please, no more. The legends. It

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looks like so much fun to film. Ted Robins is involved. He becomes our

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agent. He gives us the money to fund the films. It was a good

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experience, we did it a different way, we used to do it our heads

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with puppet body, but this way, now what we do is have our body bus

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they super impose our heads so we look huge. We had to wear hot suits.

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So special effects which all movies have, and you have a great theme

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tune. We do. In homage to the best BLUE PETER THEME What a lovely

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reenactment it was. Those are the actual words for the theme tune.

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Now of course this makes you experts at all things Diddy. It is

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sometimes hard when you look at the TV or watch stars to tell how tall

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they are. It is that trick of the camera we have devised a game to

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see if you can tell all things Diddy from all things biggie.

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love a game. In that case it is time to play Who's The Diddy? As

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you can see, on the board here we have six celebrity faces, honestly.

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We have Robin Williams, we have Dominic Wood, Reece Witherspoon.

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David Hasselhoff, the hof. We can have Richard mechanic Court.

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that really me? We have Tom Cruise, if you look behind you you will see

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some bodies with heights on. We would like do you match the

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celebrity face with the body. You will have 45 seconds to do it and

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your time starts now: Second to last. Five foot five? You are

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smaller than that. Tom Cruise. Little man. She is lovely.

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think she is tall? How tall are you. I'm a big one. We have done it

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before time. That is the end of the game. I was about to fill five

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seconds in a professional mode. Here we have Tom Cruise who you

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thought was 5'two. That should have been Reece Witherspoon. Dominic you

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thought you were 5'5". I know I am. You thought Rees wither spoon was

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5'7". Richard McCourt, six foot four, no, he is not. You have got

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one two, three, just two right. Which isn't bad. I blame him.

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the meantime let us find out who wins the eco-food challenge, myself

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or the professional chef. You will be suprised. Previously in our

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culinary clash these two eco- warriors prepared for their kitchen

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battle. Barney has chosen to cook fish and chips with peas and kuch

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up and Aaron has planned a chicken stir-fry with superfresh veg and

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noodles. Now it is time for them to conjure up their eco-meals for two

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of the toughest judges in town. Freya was winner of the junior bake

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off but this time it is her turn to do the tasting. What I am looking

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for is a clean worktop and great output. Joining her to judge will

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be Mike, an expert in eco-friendly eating. He never fails to stop a

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high carbon food. I will be looking for seasonal redge stable --

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vegetables and not too much packaging. They will look for the

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most eco-friendly meal they can make. You have 35 minutes to knock

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up the meal of your choice. time starts now. I am feeling

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confident. I think everyone loves fish and chips, don't they. There

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is your key word. Fish, I reckon that is as low carbon as it gets ch

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Mine is carbon free. A box of veg. Less talking more cooking boys!

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First up for Barney is the ketchup. I am going to roast these. Aaron is

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pressing on with his noodles. it a good old fold and squash it

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back through the machine. Until it is like leather. They will roast

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for about 20 minutes. I want it nice and thin. Here we go. Go down

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one step at a time. With his ketchup under way Barney added mint

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and butt tore the peas as he prepares to pulp them. Time to mush

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them with my whizzy musher. Oh yeah. As ar rop preps the veg and chicken,

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he seems confident of a win. Barney Rubble, you're in trouble. How do

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you know when a tomato is roasted? Our chefs are making good proguess

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but what do the judges think? like the idea of the stir-fry but

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the fish and chips sounds good. Do you think the ingredients are eco-

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friendly. I am worried about the amount of chicken Aaron has put in

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and about Barney's tomatoes. Barney, you only have five minutes left.

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Ass in half of ten minutes, as in three minutes more than two. You

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better crack on with it. I will Tomato sauce is pretty much done.

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That is it. Have I forgotten anything? Your fish Barney.

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only have one minute left. What you doing to us Freya? Aaron is nearly

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finished. A bit of juice going. for the fish. It looks like Barney

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could be in for a battering. Fantastic. That is nearly done.

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That is ready. Here we go. Fish is ready. Times up guys, stop cooking

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now. Oh dear. Come on Barney! done. Beautiful. It is a good job

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in isn't judged on presentation. Fish and chips! So Barney has made

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a low carbon fish and chips with home-made ketchup and mushy peas

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which looks suprisingly professional. Aaron has plated up a

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stir-fry with noodles made from scratch. He has used the freshest

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veg in town. The question is, whose dish is the best for the planet and

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the taste buds. Lovely low carbon seasonal veg. Pasta is made very

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nicely. That is another fine low carbon food. I think I done well,

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and I am confident I am going to win. And this is a local sea fish.

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According to the guy at the market. Great carbon credentials. Chips are

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nice. Aren't they. I like to think I could win. I am up against a

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professional chef who is better looking than a I am. Let us talk

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about taste. Although Barney's fish was crumbly I loved the batter.

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thought the fish was a really good low carbon choice, but I am a bit

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more bothered about the tomatoes. thought Aaron's was very nice and I

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loved the kick of chilli. He could have done better on the chicken.

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Two great dishes but we can only pick one. Are you thinking what I'm

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thinking? I think I might be. with the decision made it is time

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for the judges to announce the overall winner. OK guys, we have

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come to a decision. Our eco- champion is... Aaron. The judges

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decided that Aaron's stir-fry was the tastiest, and in spite of the

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chicken his low carbon veg and noodles made it the lowest carbon

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meal. Well done mate. I won it! Yeah, I won it. I know. I know. He

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is all right. Not crying or nothing. I have to say the best man won. His

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food was amazing. I want to get through the e-mails, we have had

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the most amount of e-mails. Eleanor says if you could have a superpower

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what would it be and why? The power to double our wages. Yeah. That

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would be nice. Amy say what is the the weirdest thing you've eaten.

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His food. Vegetarian food. This one says who is the funniest. He is.

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Ben says how you so funny. We have a good producer who tells us what

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to say. Chelsea says do you still play bogies. No, we hate it.

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love it. That is what I meant. you remember that restaurant we

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were in. They started playing bogies while we were in a posh

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restaurant. How long you known each other for? 1997. How did you start

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as a presenter. I started making the tea. I started my own show.

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Everybody has started straightening their hair. Dick and Dom, legends:

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Let us talk about next week's show. We have a Harry Potter special. Not

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only will we be on the set, we will show you round, doing the tour and

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you will see the special effects and you love them, JLS will perform

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on the show. If you want to ask them questions, go to the message

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board and we will try our hardest to ask as many as we can, so many

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Barney challenges super chef Aaron Craze to see who can make the most eco-friendly food. Plus, Dick and Dom are live in the studio to give the inside story on their new show, Diddy Movies.


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