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On today's show, we have a fantastic F2 Freestyler.
Better than you thought, eh? I'll carry on!
They'll want to make it the F3 Freestylers after they see me.
-Er, Radzi, what are you doing?
-Those aren't your legs.
Can I have my trousers back, please?
Hello, and welcome to live Blue Peter.
Today's show, I can confirm, is going to be action-packed.
Find out what happens when I meet two little-known A-listers
from Hollywood who go by the names of Anna Kendrick
-and Justin Timberlake.
They were very happy to get their Blue Peter badges - and why not?
We're also going to be announcing the winner
of our Blue Peter Big Day Out competition,
stay tuned for that bad boy.
It's coming up, look, it says it on the screen.
As well as that, F2 Freestyler Jez is here.
-You just saw him earlier on...
-..and you may have noticed that he's brought along...
..one of his best mates, it's Shelley.
That's because we're going to be playing
Spot Shelley throughout the show.
-I found her.
-This time doesn't count.
-Please stop doing the happy dance.
-If you see Shelley later, let us know.
Today's show is live, my friends, which means it is, in fact, live.
-Radzi, have you mentioned it's live?
-No-one told me this is a live show.
-Yeah, we're live now.
-Radzi, you know I'm really nervous.
-Barney, come back, we need you.
-OK, he's gone.
-It is a shade after five o'clock,
the date is 20th October and this guy wants to hear from you.
Check this out.
Give it up from F2 Freestylers, it is Jez.
-Good to see you, my friend.
-Thank you. Pleasure to be here.
The pleasure is all ours.
It's not the first time you've been on the show before?
No, I came on about four years ago with Billy,
but we're big fans of the show so it's great to be back.
And rewind the clock, then, you had Barney the dog
and you had Helen and you put them through their paces.
We did and do you know what? Helen done really, really well.
-She surprised us.
-She is very good,
she always gives it the absolute beans.
However, normally if you were part of the F2,
there'd be two of you, there'd be Billy as well.
Billy couldn't be here cos, sadly, he's at home with his family.
But together, I think anyone that knows what you do,
they love the fact that you work together so, so well.
-What is it that gives you that kind of X factor?
-Do you know what?
We love tekkers and we love banter
and we combined the two and it just makes for unbelievable content.
On top of that, we also get to work with the best players
in the world so that's a big part of it as well.
And that unbelievable content has made over 700 million views online.
Yeah, that's right.
We get over 100 million views every month
and we've built a social reach to 11.4 million...
-With your hands in the air.
-..as it stands.
-It feels good.
-It feels good.
-And as well as that, you're also published authors.
We've got the book right here, feast your eyes on it.
-What's it all about?
-We're so proud of this book.
Obviously it's called How To Play Like A Pro so it covers that.
If there's any kids out there who want to know what it takes
to make it as a pro, we've asked all the pros what they think
and we've put that in the book. On top of that,
there's some really juicy stories about our experiences with -
if you like Messi, if you like Ronaldo,
-if you like Neymar...
there's stories about all of them
that you've never heard before from our personal experiences.
So make sure you get your hands on the book.
It doesn't get much better than those players
you just mentioned there but as well as that, talking about Blue Peter,
you'll be doing a challenge right here in the studio
-later on in the show.
-So, you up for that?
-I'm up for it.
-And to you at home,
if you have any questions that you would like to ask
the big man here, Jez,
jump onto the Blue Peter website, the usual place...
Any burning desires, send them in and somebody who's done just that,
take a look at this now!
Hey, F2, my question is, who is your favourite ever footballer?
-What a question, Toby.
-Toby, what a great question.
My favourite ever footballer, I'm going to say someone
-that we've filmed with in the past...
-..and we also filmed with again two weeks ago.
And we're posting the video we filmed with them in a few weeks...
-..it's Lionel Messi.
-The big man himself, Lionel Messi.
-I'm excited. Barney.
Thank you very much, from one legend to another -
I think Radzi wasn't referring to me, but it kind of works.
We can talk about Charlotte as if she's a legend.
Look at the picture she's sent in, it's amazing.
It is a Blue Peter themed Olympic pic.
We've got a podium, Blue Peter and a gold medal.
Congratulations, you've got a Blue Peter badge on its way to you.
Now, someone who's really special is Tom from Norwich.
He's 11 and he's done this poster.
-Now, it's wishing Blue Peter a happy 58th birthday.
-Cos on Sunday, Blue Peter was 58.
-Happy birthday, Blue Peter!
-So thank you very much for that, Tom.
You've got a Blue badge.
It's also our camera guy's birthday today, as well - Adrian.
Happy birthday, Adrian! CHEERING
He's doing this shot right now, he's very good.
James from Bristol, you genius, salute you,
look what you've sent into us.
You've actually made this on a chopping board,
inspired by Liz Pichon,
clearly a lot of the Big Badge Wall is inspired by Liz Pichon
and you are a genius. But, Jez, the question is over to you,
Abigail from Surrey sent in this colossus clock,
what do you like so much about it?
Well, the reason why I've picked this clock out
is because she's used the glitter, it's so sparkly
and the first thing I saw when I looked at this,
I was drawn to the clock, it stands out.
-So that's my favourite.
-Like a disco clock, it's really nice.
-Barney, was it new or was it second-hand?
-No, stop it.
Hey, very good. You can have that one, high-fives all round.
Olivia, who's nine, over here
has done a really actually very beautiful picture
of me doing a not-so beautiful sport,
deer calling. Where I made this noise, "Guuuuh!"
And I like how she's spelt it because that's how it sounded.
Isabel, you're a hero, thank you so much, you've got a badge.
And as well as post, we've another question in for Jez.
Hi, F2, my name's Harrison and this is William.
What was the toughest skill you learned?
-Ooh, these are good questions.
Hello, Harrison. Hello, William.
I'm going to say the toughest skill is doing skills with my buddy Billy
at exactly the same time. It's so hard,
that's why you don't see very many people in the world doing it.
We've spent years mastering it
and I'd say doing skills in synchrony with your buddy
-is the hardest skill.
-It is off the charts.
-It looks awesome.
-Now, guys, I don't want to alarm you,
-I know we're live, Barney...
..but something's happened to your Blue Peter badge.
-I'm a bit worried.
-Oh, you've spotted that, have you?
-What have you done?
-It's all good.
-I tell you what.
-Take this tablet.
You'll notice there's an app running on it,
all you've got to do is point that - as in point the camera...
-..at my badge and watch what happens.
-OK, let's give it a go, see what happens. Hold it up.
Hold it and watch what happens.
-BLUE PETER THEME PLAYS
-How cool is that?
-What just happened? That was great.
That is an augmented reality Blue Peter badge.
-If you want to find out how we did this, watch this.
# When Barney comes down to the woods today
# He's in for a big surprise... #
But this is no teddy bears' picnic - in fact, the creatures that are here
are a little bit bigger than teddy bears and they're a lot scarier.
I'm visiting Dragon Matrix.
It began as a fantasy comic, but has now been turned into
what is claimed to be a fully interactive experience
at this forest near Dundee.
So, how do you do that?
Well, I've come to meet creator Simon to find out more.
If you were to explain it as an experience,
let's say somebody who's heard of Dragon Matrix
but they don't know what is,
how would you explain to them what it is?
Well, I would say it's like a computer game
that's come to life.
So don't sit in your bedroom, come out into the woods at night
in the dark where it's a bit scary and it's not over-lit
and you're going around with a torch
and suddenly you discover all these amazing things.
Overlaying that whole thing is this augmented reality world.
You find these creatures in the woods
and they give you messages and guide you on your way.
So, the comic has been turned into an app
that lets adventurers experience it as they move through the trees
and it's all down to augmented reality.
But what on earth is that?
Well, if app designer Colin can't tell us, no-one can.
Augmented reality is a technique
where you can bring computer animated creatures,
models and graphics into our world
and you can see the results on your device's camera.
All you have to do is point your camera on your device at this,
-it's a matrix marker.
-OK, shall I do that?
-See what happens.
Something magical... Here we are. A cat has appeared.
Yes, that is a Cheshire cat.
The guys here have taken this technology
and moved the adventure into the woods.
Players scan a series of boards along a route.
With each one, new characters appear, and the ultimate goal...
is to find a dragon.
I'm told that to get the full effect,
you have to wait for darkness.
I cannot wait to have a go for myself.
So, it's five hours later, it is completely dark.
Let's go find a dragon.
Will you come with me, though, cos I'm scared? OK.
Luckily, I won't be on my own.
Joining me on my quest are Elwyn, Adam and Ben.
All new recruits to the Dragon Protection League
begin their training here at the Dragon Museum.
We arrive at marker number one
and meet the first of 20 digital characters along the trail.
It just says "Welcome to the Dragon Protection League."
OK. Oh, he's the head of the Dragon Protection League.
-So what now, do we go through? What do you reckon?
I've been in the woods all day,
but the special effects the guys have used here
have totally transformed the atmosphere.
It's even more scary at night, because it's night-time.
Even though I understand a little about how the technology works,
I am totally absorbed.
Troll alert, please take care.
Apparently we've just had a troll alert.
But as well as the computer-generated trolls,
the creators say that it's the real-life actors
you meet along the way that make the experience original.
Blue Peter, stay safe.
Stay on the path and beware of the trolls.
'That beard is definitely not made by a computer.
'It's fascinating to see technology and clever design
'being used to build another world.'
It's like one huge Blue Peter make,
so much creativity has gone into making the Dragon Matrix
a real world, and if you look at these lamps, for example,
that are hanging from the trees, they're actually milk bottles.
So what do you reckon's in here?
'As our trail comes to an end, we find our dragon.
'But this isn't quite the last stop.'
There's one more matrix to look at...
which is actually really cool.
'And with a scan of a special final marker,
'Blue Peter has its own part of the story.'
BLUE PETER THEME PLAYS
How good is that?
BLUE PETER THEME PLAYS
That's so cool.
'But what did my fellow adventurers think?'
It was a good experience, like, they're cool
and you actually get to interact with whatever's on your device.
I thought it was amazing with the mythical creatures.
It's really cool how the real world is put together
with animated images.
I have to say, that genuinely was an amazing experience,
augmented reality bringing this virtual world
of trolls, witches and dragons to life.
And, by the way, I wasn't really scared.
Oh, my goodness!
-Yeah, I had to change my underpants pretty soon after that.
That was pretty scary. Now, let's talk about a competition.
Back in September, we launched the Blue Peter Big Day Out competition,
the chance for you to design a poster
that would be seen by millions of people
on the Underground stations across London.
-Now, this is so cool, isn't it?
-It's really good.
We had over 3,000 entries in the end,
so I'm not sure how the judges managed
-to really whittle it down.
-It was hard.
But in the end they did,
so let's have a look at our runners-up.
-So we have three age categories.
We have the 6-8s, we have the 9-11s and the 12 to 15.
You can see here, looking at the 6-8 category,
-I mean, the standard.
-Look at all the colour.
And everyone's really got the same idea, as well -
-it has to be an eye-catching design.
-Yeah, lots of buses.
Has to stand out. I love that bottom-right one
-with the silhouetting on it.
-Lots of Big Bens.
Very clever use of silhouette there.
12-15, you can see a bit more detail in these pictures.
You can see all the iconic landmarks in those, they're amazing.
-I don't how the judges chose.
-It was very, very tough.
But we did manage to get them down to the top three,
-would you like to see those?
-I would love to, Barney.
Follow us down here, we've got our own Badge Wall for this.
OK, I'm going to do the big reveal.
-Here we go.
-For the 6-8 category, the winner was...
So he was our favourite out of that age category,
for very good reason.
This is, I think, brilliant, because it's got eyes and character.
-We love googly eyes on Blue Peter.
-When you go and see the landmarks,
you don't think about them seeing you,
you think about you seeing them,
but Max has turned that on its head,
he's put "Travel around London and let the sights see you."
-So much detail
-and there's a wiggly worm in it, so it's a winner for me.
Let's have a look at this one.
In the 9 to 11 category, it's Oliver from Manchester.
Can I just point out that, firstly,
Oliver has nearly all of the Blue Peter badges,
so he's a bit of a legend?
As well as that, you can tell that he's really...
-He's really done his homework.
-He's done everything.
There's the landmarks, and he's got the facts in there.
It's brilliant, Oliver, you're a legend, very well done.
It works very well as a poster, that, as well.
-Could you do the big reveal for me, please?
With a beautiful design. There's so many little bits of detail in this.
-I used to have a poster when I was younger,
I used to try and find a duck.
Every time you look at this you find something different.
Look, there's somebody having a selfie outside Number Ten.
-There's people walking on the road.
-In the puddles
-and it's raining, of course.
-There's the Underground.
They're all just absolutely brilliant but, of course...
-There can only be...
-BOTH: One winner.
-It's like we've done it before.
-That was weird.
-We hadn't practised that.
-It worked really well.
I wonder if the drumroll will happen now.
DRUMROLL Oh, it did.
This is going so well. Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls,
the winner of the Blue Peter Big Day Out competition is...
Max! APPLAUSE AND CHEERING
-Yay! Mate, you are a genius.
-Welcome to the studio.
You look so excited. Thank you for coming on Blue Peter today
and well done for your incredible design.
How does it feel that, as of tomorrow,
everyone's going to be able to see your design on a poster in London?
-Is that pretty cool?
-Bet you can't wait, can you?
-Max, tell me about the eyes,
why did you decide to put eyes on the landmarks?
Because I tried it with just the buildings,
-but it didn't stand out...
..so I put the eyes on to make it stand out.
It's a touch of genius, it really is.
It's quite literally eye-catching. It's very clever.
Can you read something for me as well?
Just read this bit here.
"Travel around London and let the sights see you!"
Max, there are professionals that couldn't do it as well
-as you've done it. It's absolutely genius.
-Are you sure you're not 25?
Yes, have you done this before? Are you a professional?
Now, the great thing about this is,
it is going to be seen by millions of people -
and we're actually going to London tonight
so that tomorrow we get an access all areas tour
of London Underground and next week, you get to see that film.
Now, I've got to say, Max,
there's one reason today I'm wearing dungarees -
it's because, inside, I've got a little present for you.
It is your very own Orange badge. Well done, Max.
APPLAUSE AND CHEERING Well done, mate.
And if you see Max's design when you're out and about in London,
take a selfie, take a pic and let us know. Well done, buddy.
That's a great idea and you can see the runners-up
and, of course, the winners online on the Blue Peter website
in their very special gallery so make sure you're watching that.
I'm always amazed at just how talented
so many of the Blue Peter viewers, you, are.
Now, though, when you are joined by one half of the F2 Freestylers,
it would be rude not to set them a challenge,
and, courtesy of you at home, we have done just that.
We've teamed up with Match Of The Day Kickabout
and we're calling this the Football Freestyle Showdown.
It will work very, very simply
because you've, all week, been sending in
your silky football skills.
We picked out a few of them and we're going to ask Jez later on
to put them together back-to-back in one single routine - one chance.
Let's take a look at these clips.
So here we have the first trick.
-James and Tobi, what are we seeing here, Jez?
-Wow, love that.
So that's the Around The World. They've obviously mastered that.
That's a little bit of a tricky one for their age, as well.
In fact, so, if I hold the ball here...
-You can't practice, these are the rules.
But could you show us how you do that or what you need to do?
Sure, of course. So I would say the key point for Around The World
is when you do make contact with the ball, don't hit it central,
go slightly off centre and what that will allow you to do
is kick the ball up, but also bring your whole foot around the ball.
Thank you, there's a top tip right there. Next trick.
Oh, yes, Brooke and David, they've just smashed out the Rainbow Flick.
-And clearly Brooke loves that.
She's got the confidence as well, she's just like, "Yeah."
-Can we see...?
-That just happened.
A tip for that would be, I'd say...
I like to put it at the back of my heel
but, again, slightly off centre and then look for the ankle,
put that on the ball and you are set up to roll the ball up
-and, bang. Here we go.
-So it's slightly in front.
Slightly in front and off centre, yeah.
-Thank you very much, sir.
-It's time for trick number three.
Remember, you have to do all these back-to-back
in your own order.
So that's Connor.
OK, so what Connor's gone for there
is a bit of, a nice bit of footwork.
He's done some step overs as well. Out of all the tricks,
the step overs, I would say, they are the most match applicable.
So if want to beat your defender. Boom!
And what is it about Cristiano Ronaldo that makes him so effective,
cos he's off the charts?
He loves a step over - and I'll tell you what,
when he smashes out a step over, he puts his whole body into it
so the defender, "See you later."
-He's gone, he's gone to the shop.
-See you later, mate. Thanks for coming.
-Trick number four.
-Euan looks... Oh, he's comfortable.
He's just smashed that Touzani.
That trick was hard, by the way.
That's a tough trick, I tell you what, when I was Euan's age,
-I couldn't do that so...
-There you go. You heard it here first.
Euan, you are very talented, my friend.
Now the time for the final trick.
He's got it more than once.
Luca, get out, fella.
-Right, OK, so it's official.
What we'll do is we will source a wheelie bin
and you'll have to put a wheelie shot in your routine,
-are you up for it?
-Mate, get on the phone to the council,
all right, because I am up for this challenge.
Get the wheelie bin in, let's do the thing.
It is time to do it. I think it's that time of year again.
I know what you're talking about, it's Christmas, aren't you?
It's that time of year. You come down the stairs at 5:30am,
unless you haven't got stairs in your house,
then you open your presents and you all sit round having a singsong.
-I wondered when you were going to stop me.
-I'm talking about Children In Need.
-Oh, that's just as exciting!
-I'd like a pony, though.
Children In Need 2016 is almost here and we want you to do...
Did someone say goo?
Oh, Radz, it's DO your thing.
You could make a cake.
With a special ingredient...
You could put on a fancy dress costume.
-By wearing goo.
Or you could do a sponsored silence.
So whatever you're doing for Children In Need,
we want to know about it.
All you have to do is go on the Blue Peter website,
print out your template and send us your...
-Yeah, that's your bit, Radz.
Get creative, decorate your goo,
cut it out and send it to us, along with your pledge slip
and tell us what you're doing to raise money for Children In Need.
When you've done that, the address you need is...
We want to cover the entire Blue Peter studio in your goo
for the Children In Need special.
Send it to us, please, by 16th November.
So go on and do your thing for Children In Need.
Yeah, GOO on.
-You're so funny, Barney.
-I write all my own comedy.
We can tell. OK, so, this year for Children In Need,
we want you to do your thing or GOO your thing.
-No, please come back, cos I need you for this bit...
-Yeah, you do.
We want you to create your very own goo splats.
Loads of you have been getting in touch, as you can see,
cos you've splattered our big Blue Peter Badge Wall over here.
If you haven't got in touch, that's OK, there's still plenty of time.
Go to the Blue Peter website, here are the details.
You've got to download your template, print it out, cut it out
and stick something on it that's really pretty and send it to us.
We'll put it onto our wall, like Louise has done here
and on the back you need to write down what you're going to do
to raise money. Louise is doing an 11-mile cycle ride.
-That's the hefty ride. Good luck.
-We've got rainbow and a pot of gold,
to symbolise the money she's making, I guess.
This one down here is quite hypnotic, this one.
I stared at this one before for five hours and on the back of it,
it's told us that she is doing a pyjama party at school.
-Which is good.
-We should do that on BP.
-I'd love to. Onesies!
This one's from DanTDM.
I'm being serious, he did this.
You can see his little diamond in the middle,
he's done these buttons that he's stuck on
and the lightning bolt, it's very cool.
And if you want to see what happened when DanTDM
and Ricky from the Kaiser Chiefs, an unlikely pairing,
got together and made these little goo splats,
you can go online and do it.
-I've got a joke for you.
-What do the trolls say to the Blue Peter presenter?
-I don't know.
-I don't get it.
No, I meant actually run the VT cos you'll find out why that's funny.
I don't get it.
My name is Branch and I'm a troll.
This autumn sees the arrival of the trolls to our big screens.
In this hair-raising comedy adventure,
the trolls see their world under attack from the evil Bergens.
Branch, we just got attacked by a Bergen.
-It took everybody.
And an unlikely duo have to unite to save their village.
So I've come to meet two of the biggest names in Hollywood
and two stars of Trolls, Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick.
Justin, Anna, absolute pleasure to meet you.
-We've come from Blue Peter. Yes.
-Is that a Blue Peter badge?
-There you go.
-Can I have one?
-Of course you can.
-I'd like one too.
-And here you go, Justin.
-I thought you maybe only came with one.
-Not at all.
Wait, if I wear this all day, are other TV shows going to be jealous?
-It actually looks perfect with that outfit.
-Like it belongs?
-What's your plan?
-To rescue everybody and make it home safely.
We did it!
So you're going to scrapbook them to freedom?
Solid burn, Branch.
So Justin, you play Branch, Anna, you play Poppy.
In one word, how would you describe your characters?
-Well, we'd like to change that,
we'd like to change Branch and so we thought how can we best do that?
-Of course with British humour.
So we asked the Blue Peter viewers to send in their best one line gags
and we thought you could tell us which ones you think
are the best that might make Branch, possibly, less grumpy.
-Do you want me to go first?
What did the buffalo say to his son when he left for college?
Do you want to hear a joke about a broken pencil?
-Never mind, it's pointless.
Why did the shark not eat a clown?
Because he tasted funny.
-Oh, that's some gentle humour.
That's some gentle humour.
Why did the chicken cross the road?
Cos he couldn't stop the feeling.
-Oh, playing the crowd.
-Playing the crowd.
Knows his audience.
Why do elephants have trunks?
Well, they'd look really funny with suitcases.
Of course they would.
What is it called when a cat wins a dog show?
Oh, that is...
-That's a phonetic joke, that one.
-That was a deep joke.
That's like a two-parter.
Do we think any of these possibly has turned Branch
from the dull colour to the bright blue?
-The pointless pencil.
-Yeah, that one got me.
-It's a classic.
So, pointless joke wasn't pointless, it was-spot on.
Well, Justin and Anna, thank you very, very much.
It's been an absolute pleasure and you're now proud owners
-of the Blue Peter badge.
-This is solid right here.
OK, well, don't eat a cupcake if it comes out of a bot-bot,
-especially if it's a chocolate one.
-Those two were very funny indeed
and if you'd like to see more where that came from,
jump onto the Blue Peter website
where we did a quickfire question around.
We saw Justin Timberlake talking about jelly.
Now, earlier in the show,
we asked you guys to ask this guy over here your "questiones".
His name's Jez, he's a football freestyling legend
so let's kick off with BeigeAthleticBear
who says, "What's the favourite thing about what you do?"
Favourite thing about what I do. What a great question.
I would say all of the top-level players that we get to film with.
-That's so fun, yeah.
"How did you get into freestyling?"
I saw a commercial when I was quite young,
I think I was ten years old at the time
and I wanted to do the trick so I got a ball,
went outside and started trying them. It was that simple.
-Practice, practice, practice.
It's amazing what a difference being inspired at ten years old
can make to your life. You either want to do it or you don't.
-Kieran says, "What's an easy...?"
-Why are you still wearing this hat?
It's really cosy. "What's an easy move that someone could master?"
So basics, I guess, where you could start.
I would say everyone should start with kick ups,
that's the foundation of everything.
I can't even do that, and I've tried so much.
Yeah, once you learn how to do some kick ups,
-then you're ready to move on to actual creative skills, yeah.
-My final question is,
are you ready to take on the Blue Peter audience?
-I can't wait for this.
-I'm going to do my very best.
-Bring it on.
-Go on, then. Off you go and get ready.
And while he does, just time to tell you
-who was first to spot Shelley.
-Me, at the start of the show.
It was PurpleRainyMosquito. It wasn't Barney Harwood.
So well done to you if you're watching. Thank you so much.
-You can see there it was just behind Toby.
-Now it's time to say...
-..put your hands together for a F2 Freestyler Jez.
Right, first of all,
thank you to all of you guys who sent in your skills videos.
I've been through all of them
and congratulations to the seven who got selected.
I accept your challenge
and I'm now going to create a routine using all of your skills.
So, to begin with,
we've got Brooke and David and they did the Rainbow Flick.
So there's the Rainbow Flick.
Then we had Connor who done some really nice footwork.
Some really nice step overs and foot work so that one is for you, Connor.
Then we had James, Euan and Tobi and what they did
is they brought Around The World to the table.
So much respect, guys.
I love that.
And then we had Luca.
Now, Luca, he'd done a bin shot so this one's for you, Luca.
Go on! Yeah!
APPLAUSE AND CHEERING
This guy is off the charts!
Jez, put it there, my friend.
-How difficult was that?
I tell you what, the seven that we selected,
they did some really challenging skills, so fair play to them.
The bin shot at the end, I would say,
there was a bit of pressure on that but...
-nailed it. In the bin.
-You absolutely nailed it
and if you like football, make sure you watch Match Of The Day Kickabout
at 7:45 every single Saturday morning.
Barney and Lindsey, how good was that?
That was awesome, I taught him everything he knows.
Thank you, Jez, for coming in, you're amazing.
That's it for today. Next week's a Halloween special.
Me and Radzi are dressing up, Lindsey doesn't need to.
-I knew you were going to be naughty.
Hello. As well as that,
we're looking at the spooky mystery of Pepper's Ghost.
I'm going to be making some pumpkin treats with a difference
because they've got a trick or treat element to them
and I'm not going to like the trick.
-I've got a very exciting thing to say about Halloween.
It involves a pumpkin.
-Can I do it now or shall I wait till next week?
-Do it now.
-It's... Do you know what? Wait till next week.
It's going to be fun. Just make sure you're watching.
-Little tease for you.
-Thanks so much, Jez.
-See you later. Bye!