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Coming up today, recognise this guy?The final. Great British Bake-
Off winner John Whaite has an exclusive recipe. We hit the sofas
of some of the nation's biggest TV and radio show to spread the word
about Go Pyjamas. If Only Boys Aloud Go Pyjamas with a special
performance for you in their Hello! How are you? Its Blue Peter.
We have a nervous and excited look. It is a great way to sh star the
show. Tomorrow is Children In Need and we've got a Pudsey cushions.
It's always a fantastic night of TV. Last year Matt Smith auctioned off
his close the Children In Need and there was a compact -- fantastic
performance from the EastEnders group. Albert Square this year is
going to be just as exciting. We have got Girls Aloud, they will be
singing. Little Mix will be performing, so will Leona Lewis, so
will One Direction. Pudsey the dog will be there as well as Pudsey
Bear. Widney from EastEnders will be singing and there's going to be
an extra special performance by the Olympians to this. So such a track.
Dance! We've been Going Pyjamas for over a month to encourage you to do
the same. We have a map which shows you where you've been doing it and
what you've been up to. I just want to show you this. This was sent in
by Ruth, who is 15 and from Norwich. She made a little Pudsey Bear and
she gave him his own Blue Peter bear. By any can't stop dancing!
Let's go to the e-mails. Amy says I went scuba-diving in my pyjamas
while on holiday. Toby in Hampshire said he is a photo of our Go
Pyjamas scarecrows. They put the pyjamas on scarecrows and organised
a special Shroot for people to put sponsorship in. We've been asking
you to say hello. This week we went to Cornwall and we dropped in to
We are just moments away from surprising ago pyjamas event in
Truro. Normally we would surprise you by walking through a door or
arriving on a motorbike. Today we are going to be arriving from the
skies. Thanks to our friends in the Royal Navy, they train to me
earlier this year. They are going to attempt as a prize like no other.
We will be winched down from this. For this is a Sea King Mark 5
helicopter, the cornerstone of 771 Naval Air Squadron search and
rescue team, saving lives for nearly 60 years. On the ground
below, a group of children from a local team -- school are about to
Apology for the loss of subtitles for 42 seconds
begin a walk in their pyjamas to With our feet on the ground, it's
time to swap high flying for sleepwalking as we joined in with a
Barney and I just dropping in wasn't the only surprise today.
Like any sleepwalk, we had to wait for darkness before we could reveal
the spectacular finale to our Go Pyjamas appeal. Have you had fun so
far? Yes. Do you want a bit more fun? Yes. I do. Who can see a big
red box with a big red button? can. You can't press the red button.
The surprise was you and me arriving, surely there are no more
surprises. Who thinks I should press the big red bus in? Near! 3,
Brilliant, loud and really exciting. Amazing! Every part of it was
really cool. And we're going to raise lots of money, too. They are
absolutely incredible! If you have held an event so far, thank you.
you haven't, don't worry, Children In Need is tomorrow and you still
have time. Get those pyjamas on and It was amazing. Thank you to mark
and the British champions. Thank you to those guys for letting us
know what they were doing. If you want us to mention your name on the
television, or e-mail us. We will try to read out yours before the
end. The even though Children In Need is tomorrow, there's still
time for you to raise the money. All of the details you need are
online. Once you've got your money, get an adult to help you pay it in.
A little bit later, you can find out how we got on when we
gatecrashed radio and TV studios across the country. I was amazed at
how many people were keen to get involved. It is for such a special
cause. This is all about raising money for Children In Need and
recently I met Connor who told me why that money was so needed.
This is Walker, home to a very special place. It might look like a
school or youth club, but there's more to it than that. From arts and
craft to bike repair, and would work to pottery. Kate's cabin
provides children with practical skills for the future. Will Benson
has been part of the project for years and knows it inside out. Why
do you need this here? Walker is an area of disadvantage in Newcastle.
Kids don't seem to have an outlook or any support to do creative
activities at home. I meet kids at the age of 12 who have never picked
up a saw before book you have never cooked. A lot of kids here would
not have the same opportunities kids elsewhere get. It looks like a
very creative place. It is so cool. There are all kinds of things to
look at. A lot of primary schools don't have facilities for woodwork,
pottery. They may do a little bit with drawing and painting. We try
to provide something schools can't provide. They are important live
schools -- life skills. This is Connor, one of the many children
supported here and before I get the low-down from him, he will show me
some of his baking skills. Over to you. What are we doing? We've put
400 ounces... 400? Four ounces! Sugar. That is about it. We need to
stare this until it is creamy. that pass? A little bit more creamy,
please. Sorry! We need two eggs. Four announces a flower. -- four
ounces of flour. Fancy yourself as a TV chef? I would like to be like
While the Martin's Bay, Connor tells me how kids cabin has helped
him through some difficult times. You live with your gran and
granddad because you -- you lost your mum. When I was young. My dad
has been in prison most of my life. Do you remember much about your
mum? Not really. I can't really remember her face. When you are
here, do your gran and granddad worry about what you're doing?
knows this place and she knows it is safe. They help you at the same
time. They help you cook, they help you saw. Saw? Sewing. Knitting.
That is your accent! If I was watching this at home and I saw you
getting to do all of this stuff, I would be really jealous. Yes. I
Despite a challenging childhood, Connor is full of confidence and
enthusiasm. I can't help but think that kids cabin has been a massive
influence on him and children in the local area. If you guys Go
Pyjamas for Children In Need, you will be helping fund projects like
this. Were fit? Were fit! -- worth it. He is rubbish at painting!
are rubbish at baking! I don't know what he's on about. I want you to
Go Pyjamas for Blue Peter and Children In Need. This is Lewis-
Smith and I want you to Go Pyjamas. By Lisa, I want you to Go Pyjamas.
I'm Kimberley, I want you to Go Pyjamas for Blue Peter and Children
In Need. By Michael Vaughan and I want you to Go Pyjamas for Blue
Peter and Children In Need. Nicky Byrne and I want you to Go
Pyjamas for Blue Peter and Children In Need. I love Kimberley Walsh!
She is lovely. If you are going to watch Children In Need tomorrow,
you will want a big bowl of sweets. Yes. Including grandma and Barney
the dog. We've got a British champion in the studio. He won the
Great British Bake-Off and this is why. Competition was fierce this
year when the Great British Bake- Off began. John's skills were put
to the test kneading bread. Making brilliant bagels. Lovely with
walnuts in cheese. He then created a mini, see him out of gingerbread.
It is a magnificent construction. After 10 weeks, the final was an
all-male affair. John's innovative heaven and hell Kate won him the
title and a place in the nation's hearts. -- Kate. He is with us in
the studio. It is John Whaite! Hello! Hello. Thank you for wearing
your pyjamas for Children In Need. And getting into the spirit. Talk
And getting into the spirit. Talk us through this fantastic creation.
This is a meringue centrepiece creation. Be it looks complicated.
It is actually very easy. You need to learn the steps, but once we
show you how to make these meringue bites, you will be able to do it.
It is a different way of doing it. How long did that take us back
about 15 minutes to make and an hour in the oven and another hour
to dry out. About two hours and 15 minutes, but only 15 minutes of
working time. We will make some of these many bites over here, which
are the building blocks. They are the foundation for the meringue
centrepiece. A few minutes ago, Connor told me I was rubbish at
baking. Everyone can bake! Unique four egg whites and whisk them
until they are soft. You can take we Skelt -- take the whisk out.
This takes ages. It is television. We've already got one we made
earlier! You've added a bit of blue food colouring. When you add the
food colouring, you add it with the sugar because if you add it after
you have whipped the eggs, it goes wrong. Add the food colouring with
the sugar. If you forget to do that, leave them white. I had a run-in
with the food colouring earlier and it is all over my hands. It does
Dame. I've noticed. When you have done the egg whites, but it into a
piping bag. Or you could use a pint glass. Hold it open. It is
literally a quite, sugar, whipped up with some food colouring. Yes,
so simple. The consistency is key. Be needs to be fairly stiff. If it
is to lose, it will run all over the baking tray and will not work.
It needs to be nice and stiff. There you go. You twist the top and
how I do it, I sort of squeeze it down, pull it up and squeeze it
down again and pull it off. You get a peak. This is what I like, it is
fun. Can I have a go? So you squeeze it up, down up. A bit
enthusiastic.. That looks like something Barney would make!, the
dog. I some I have made earlier. These have been in for a hour
cooking, so you need to leave them to dry out. So bake for an hour. Oh
dear. Just close that, we can't see. No-one saw! These have dried out
and cooled down after they have been baked. It is important you
leave them in for another hour after they have been baking.
next stage is to sandwich them together. Bet the butter, sugar and
you mix that together. Right. That is butter and icing sugar.
whisk that together. When it is incorporated, you add some milk and
you can add vanilla extract, and you pop it into a piping bag. We
are sandwiching these. I will be less enthusiastic with this one.
Bet the other and pop it on. Roll that in bits and Bobs, hundreds and
thousands, whatever you wanted to call them. This is a fun way to
bake. Do you enjoy baking now, because it was your hobby, it is
your job now. I love baking. Now I am writing a book it is more fun.
They are recipes that are my own, it is just such good fun, you can
experiment with thing, if they go wrong you give to it the cat or dog.
It doesn't matter, keep trying. can't give dogs some of this stuff.
You can't really. Roll it round. If you are going to have a go, let us
know, the details are on the website. Send us some photographs.
Thank you. Can I pinch them and share them with Barney. Yes. They
look amazing. Isn't he lovely? You get stuck in. If you were watching
last week you might have been Barney. Look at his face. You might
have seen him make Diwali candles. Kyle and Holly sent a photograph of
the candles they made. They made a Christmas version. Thank you for
those. We had another Holly get in touch from Edinburgh. She made a
heart shaped candle. So thank you for those. If you want to have a go,
the details are on the website. Helen and I set ourself a challenge,
to get on as many TV shows and radio shows as we could to promote
the Go Pyjamas appeal. We had a little challenge between ourselves,
I had to say PJs as many and she had to say jim-jams. This is how we
got on. We are about to start our 24-hour challenge and that is to
get as many people involved in Go Pyjamas. We are going to start at
Radio 1. We are asking kids to Go Pyjamas. Go school, Brownies in
their pyjamas. Let me try this on. Where have you got to go to today?
Radio 5 Live... You are going to gate crash. One down, Radio 1 down.
20 to go. Next we are off to a daily chat show on Channel 5. We
are about to go on to the Wright Stuff and sit in the audience.
Barney is off the lead, anything could happen. Welcome to Helen,
Barney and Barney the dog. You get your PJs. Jim-jams. We are all over
the place. Trying to prove you can go anywhere and do anything in your
jim-jams. They will remember us. think we should get Barney in PJs.
Jim-jams. We are on our way to This Morning. I wish I had worn my badge.
Have you got a Blue Peter badge? I would like one. If you put a
onesie on we will give you one. That is no problem. Now you can
legitimately wear your Blue Peter badge. Are you going to wear it for
the rest of the show. Can I keep it? Of course, you have earned it.
Next to the BBC to appear on the Richard Bacon show? Where we going
next? I can't remember which radio show? You joking? I know we are
show? You joking? I know we are supposed to be here. Radio, four,
of of course. Why come out in pyjamas. It is fun and easy. I know
you are cool for this kind of thing. We have an old onesie for you.
is that? Gorgeous. Another grown up in a onesie who wasn't convinced
and is. They are going to take over the world. Love PJs. Our next stop
is 100 miles away in Birmingham and the traffic is terrible. I am West
Midlands today. We are about to go on. Barney is not here. He is stuck
in traffic. Barney the dog is here, so this could be the two of us.
are you here? This year we are asking people to Go Pyjamas for
Children In Need to wear their pyjamas over clothes and get
sponsors. All in the name of Children In Need. It has been
lovely to meet you. Thank you for having us. Hello! I am here. Let's
do it. They have shut up, locked up and gone home. You missed it.
no! After Birmingham we are on our way to Manchester. The next time we
do a 24-hour challenge can we do it over 12 hours. Good evening. You
are listening to Tony... Is cuddling better than... Yes, it is.
We have to say hello. We have important news and we have a onesie.
A Pudsey onesie. It is a tiring. have been told aim keeping this on
for the rest of the programme. Would you? The best of luck. Tony
wore his onesie for the rest of the show while we caught some kip.
next morning we are back on the sofas crashing Newsround.. Sorry to
interrupt. What are you doing? You know we are reading the news.
thought we would bring along some onesies. Stick them on, get
sponsored for it. Are you tired? tired. We have one more thing to do
we are going to Breakfast. That way. You have done 24-hours wearing
pyjamas, where? We have been all over, London, Birmingham.
started on Radio 1 yesterday. You are our last stop. You can get
dressed? I am going to gore a nap. We thought we would have to
persuade people to get into their jim-jams. Louise brought hers in
from home. They both left wearing pyjamas and one sis. Get your
pyjamas on and raise some money for Children In Need. Now, if you will
excuse me.. Nap time. The winner saying one million PJs to Helen's
five jim-jams is Barney. Loads of you have been out and about
including Melanie. She said my Rain bros group had party and we made
fruit kebabs. James said we are having a Go Pyjamas day tomorrow,
all my teachers and the headmaster are going to be wearing their
pyjamas. Our school raised money by throwing sponges at the teachers.
Shall we throw sponges at our boss? I think that is a great idea. You
have heard about them, they are called Only Boys Aloud, they are
the boys' choir that became the finalists in Britain's Got Talent
and earlier they came in to sing a song for you in the spirit of
Children In Need by wearing their PJs. You are going to love it. Only
Only Boys Aloud look amazing, thank for getting involved. The smartest
group of people in pyjamas. They look like mini suits. Have you worn
pyjamas in public? No. You have had an amazing year, you have performed
all over the place, what was the highlight. Britain's Got Talent and
the opening of the Ryder Cup in Cardiff. At the Millennium Stadium.
There was 17,500 people. Were your families there? Yes. Make an
incredible noise, it must have been amazing to hear 17,000 people
cheering. It was brilliant. What about the album? How was that?
experience of recording the -- album was incredible. How did you
all fit in the one room? We had many different rooms! But different
sections and it was record over two week, the first week was learning
the tracks and the second was recording, so it was incredible.
Fantastic. Glaixs, we are looking forward to hearing you perform. --
congratulations. You are going to perform Paradise by Coldplay. There
is just time to tell you what is happening on next week's show.
have gone from boy band to man band. McFly will perform their latest hit
and answer questions you can leave them on the message boy. So leave
your questions for them. The And we will find out what it is like to
live life on the road with the circus. So playing us out with
Paradise in their PJs it is only boys allowed. You might see your e-
# Ah # Ah, ah, ah
# Ooh, ooh, ooh # When she was just a girl
# She expected the world # But it flew away from her reach
# So the bullets catch in her teeth # Life goes on
# It gets so heavy # The wheel breaks the butterfly
# Every tear a waterfall # In the night, the stormy night sh
she closed her eyes # In the night, the stormy night
# Away she'd fly # And dreamed of para-para-paradise.
# Para-para-paradise # Oh, oh, oh
# Para-para-paradise # Oh, oh, oh
# La, la, la # La, larbgs la
# So lying underneath the stormy skies
# She said # Oh, oh, oh
# I know the sun must set to rise # This could be paraparaparadise
# Para-para-paradise # This could be para-para-paradise
# Oh, oh, oh # This could be par lapar rna
paradise # This could be para-para-paradise