26/01/2012 Blue Peter


26/01/2012

DJ Sara Cox joins Barney in the studio as guest presenter while Helen is in Antarctica. The team get exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the new giant pandas at Edinburgh Zoo.


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Bourn Hall in Blue Peter today, behind-the-scenes access to the

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UK's newest celebrity couple. Your chance to get your photographs

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published on the official Blue Peter calendar. And top DJ and

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lovely person Sara Cox gives you a behind-the-scenes tour. The biggest

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bands in the world are all played in-ear, pretty cool. A cheers here

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too are the present the show, exciting! -- she is here to help me

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Mark Owen 2 Blue Peter live in your living room wall wherever you have

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got John television. Let's start with Helen Skelton. Yes, she made

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it all the way to the South Pole. We could not be more proud of her.

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We are going to be catching up with their late in the show. Because she

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is away, we have a very special guest presenter, direct from Radio

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1, D Jay Sara Cox. -- D Jay. Hello. Welcome to the show. Thank you for

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having me, I am so excited, I grew up with a show, and I have got a

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badger! Everybody is excited about the match. Let's talk about your

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show, it has over 1.5 million people listening to that. How is

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that? Television is really nice, because it feels like I'm just

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chilling out with a person. It feels like I am sitting on the

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toaster with them, I am in the car, so it is nice, really nice. We like

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to give you the inside story here on Blue Peter, so we sent our

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cameras along to Radio 1 last Sunday to see Sara in action.

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He is 9 o'clock, I am off to do my show, here we are at Radio 1, but I

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have got a few minutes, do want a quick tour? Isn't it glamorous

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looking and exciting? Not really, but it kind of this. This is where

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we keep the DJs. Who could work at a desk like this? We have got some

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fashion freebies, getting sent lovely clothes, very fashionable

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jacket, lots of girly make-up. Who could it be? It is Fearne Cotton,

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look. A fan has sent her that beautiful portrait! Whose desk is

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this? Let's have a look, a cuddly toy. We have got a popcorn Maker,

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lots of awards, of course. What is this? Leeds United. It is Chris

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Moyles! Hello, Radio 1? No-one there. Whose desk is this? It is

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obviously somebody who is incredibly serious. There is a

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gecko telephone, a massive rubber duck, cuddly toy. It could only

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This is actually pretty cool, this is the world famous live lounge.

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Everybody from Pixie Lott and Coldplay have played in this very

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room, come on. Let's see what's going on. Edith is are now. Good

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morning, gorgeous! She is looking very lovely. It doesn't look very

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rock and roll in here with the sofa, the print and again, but let me

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tell you, the biggest bands in the world are all played in this room.

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Right then, my studio, the best bit. Working very hard, as always, is my

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producer, Andy, and this is where all the action happens. A little

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bit of Emily Sandy, I think. I will start my radio show and speak to

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the nation live on BBC Radio 1. I will just get my microphone, like

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this. Morning! Right then, nearly time to go on air, I had better get

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down to business. Right now, Sara Cox. Hello! A joy, a pleasure and

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indeed an honour to be here this Sara Cox, everybody! It looks like

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such good fun, is there much of a difference between that and

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television? I love my job, you can just rock up with your hair like

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that, but on television I have got my hair curled, lipstick, as you

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know. I have had mine done as well. Let's get on with the show, then!

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Just before Christmas, you may remember the UK had two very

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exciting arrivals, Chinese giant pandas Sweetie and Sunshine. They

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travelled over 5,000 miles from China to Edinburgh Zoo. When they

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offered us the chance to look after them for a day, we could not resist.

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Naomi Wilkinson went to meet them. This is Edinburgh, and this is

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Edinburgh Zoo, a much like any other. But less than two months ago,

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it was home to the hottest story on the planet. On 4th December, the

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world's media watched with awe as Chinese giant pandas Tian Tian and

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Yang Guang arrived, to the delight of the locals. From then on, they

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would be known by their English names, Sweetie for the female and

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Sunshine for the Mail. But these two caught his creatures have not

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come to Scotland for a holiday. -- gorgeous. They are an important

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assignment to be the first pandas here in the UK to have a baby, so I

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am here to find out how their mission is coming along. Pandas, by

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their nature, are solitary animals, which means they like to spend time

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by themselves. That is why Sweetie and Sunshine have separate

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enclosures. Alison, you are the key that here, why is it that we have

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not had pandas born here in the UK before? We have not had them here

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for 17 years, so the last pandas were here at London Zoo, and

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unfortunately they did not breed. But now we have got a pair, so

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hopefully hours will breed. mating season only lasts for one

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day per year, and Alison knows what to do to get them ready for the big

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day. We allow them to see one another. There is a mess for

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partition, they can look at one another, smell one another. They

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know that they are there, that is very important. When she eventually

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comes into season, he is no longer a stranger. So what are the

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chances? Are they getting along? There has been a bit of friendly

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calling, but they will let us know very quickly when they want to be

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together, and that is when we will open the door and let them get

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together. Let nature take its course. Indeed. But the male sleety

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needs to be as calm and relaxed as possible, so we get to work on a

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bit of pampering. -- E Mailer Sweetie. Our first job of the day

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is to collect their favourite food, which is of course bamboo. They

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have to have an enormous amount delivered each week. They even grow

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some of their own on site to keep up with demand. That is because

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these greedy pandas can spend up to 16 hours per day eating 30

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kilograms of bamboo. That is about the same weight as your entire

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What we really want to do is but a little bit of bamboo in all the

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different places so that she has to go and search and look for it, just

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as she would do naturally. Sweetie has to go inside while we put out

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the bamboo. Pandas may look cuddly, but they are extremely strong with

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huge floors and sharp teeth, and they can be as dangerous as any

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other there. -- clause. Every inch of the enclosure has been designed

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to make sure they feel at home, so both Sweetie and Sunshine have a

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cave, a climbing structure and a water feature. In the wild, pandas

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live in the forest and mountain ranges of south central China, but

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sadly it is believed there are only 1,600 wild pandas left. That is why

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conservation projects are so important for the survival of this

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highly endangered species. That is why Alison and the other zoo

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keepers want to give them a few luxuries. What special treat our

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making for them? We are going to make and a cake. What is in it?

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is a beat of a secret, the recipe Her aside from the secret Chinese

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ingredients, there is a mixture of corn, rice, soya beans, eggs, oil

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and water. It is like sawdust! what it for them. How many cakes

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will this make? This will make two large cakes. So they get one each

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per day? Just about a full one per day, yes. If you make it wrong,

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will they turn their nose up at it? If they do not like it, they will

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not eat it. It is looking good. Once they look like fakes, they get

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steamed for four hours, which gives us time to get on with another job.

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And it is one of the worst. The mucking out! And because the pandas

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eat so much bamboo every day, they produce a lot of very weird-looking

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mess. Why is it yellow? If you look through it, it is just like bamboos

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them. That indicates to me that last night, out of all the stuff we

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put in, she has been eating a lot of them. The brown and green

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indicates she has bt -- been eating a lot of leave as well, so that is

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really good, exactly what we want. Sweetie has been waiting patiently

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for was to clear up, and now the cake is deemed to perfection, it is

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time for her to taste. She wants you to put it through for her.

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Sweeten Lee certainly seems relaxed, but whether future mate Sunshine is

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in no mood for Love is anyone's I have had such a great time today,

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let's hope my efforts have the desired effect and this cuddly

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couple have a baby panda very soon. Look at its cute little hairy face!

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I know, the panda! I want one. You can see a special documentary about

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the pandas on BBC One Scotland at 8 o'clock on the 1st February. Still

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to come on the show, don't go anywhere, because you can find out

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how you can take amazing for the grass using just a simple drinks

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can. We also speak to Helen about conquering the Antarctic. Over the

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last couple of weeks, we have been following the British hopefuls at

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the winter Youth Olympic Games. have seen halfpipe Skene, speed

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skating, but today it is the bobsleigh with two incredible girls

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whose friendship could make or break their chances of winning a

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Meat jasmine and measure. At just 17 and 18 years old, they are two

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of the UK's most promising young athletes. They are representing

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Great Britain in bobsleigh, one of the fastest and most adrenalin

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pumping sports at the Games. It can be literally one hundredth of a

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second between a God medal and 4th place. You would think it would be

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loads of pressure, but it is so exciting. We are really good

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friends, we are really determined. These two fearless teenagers will

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be competing in the women's bobsleigh event, where they will

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hurtle down a narrow twisting track in a gravity power Sleigh, taking

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And in a sport where milliseconds count, teamwork will be absolutely

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crucial. All their training will be for nothing unless they can work

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well together at the Games. We have got to get on, we have got to the A

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team, and we get on really well. You do prat together, you warm up.

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There are good dynamics between us, it will do well for us at the Games.

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Both girls will have a different and important role to play. The

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driver has to steer the sled down the track. Before you have even got

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to the starting block, you have gone through the tracks so many

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times in your head, so when you get to the start, all you are focusing

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on is the push, but once you jump in, you can't down and just drive

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the track. -- calm down. Jasmine helps to get them the fastest

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possible start and pulls the break at the end of the race. The only

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thing I can do to make it go faster is the start. It can make a

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difference to the time it by getting awkwardly. I have got to

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get in smoothly, sits down, and They both have to get off to a

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quick start. They are keen to work hard on this in preparation for the

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Games, but with no bobsleigh track in the UK the girls have to settle

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for a Tarmac track in A bath. a point where the driver has to

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push it at the same time. For the driver it is more relaxing. You

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only have to think about the drive down of the Push has already taken

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care of. Jasmine and Misha are the team to be reckoned with, but have

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they got what it takes to win at the Winter youths Olympic Games?

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think we have a good chance of getting a medal. I'd love to think

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it would be a gold medal. Anything can happen to any of us but I'd

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love to say that we can, because we have the potential and I think we

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can go on and do it. Three weeks later, the girls arrive in

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Innsbruck for the biggest sporting event of their lives. They get

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straight down to training on the 1300 metre ice track will be rated

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-- racing on in just a few days' time. If we were to go straight

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into the race without having had any training runs, it would be an

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issue of getting used to the track again. With their rivals also

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training on the same track, it's important that girls stayed focused

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and don't get psyched out by the competition. The error two Dutch

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teams, they are our main competition. Not look at what

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everyone else is doing and make sure you know what you're doing

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when it comes to the race. Misha went Jasmine have now put in all

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the training hours they can to prepare for their first ever

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Olympic performance. We are ready, 24 hours later and the moment the

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girls have been training for arrives. For this event, each

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bobsleigh duo have two runs down the track. The team of the fastest

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combined time wins. For the girls to do well today they need to keep

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off all the walls and push really fast. It is finally time before the

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girls to step up to the starting line and put all of their hard work

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After their first run they are down in fourth place, behind both Dutch

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teams and the Italians. Everything is now riding on their second run.

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The are not in a grid position after the first run. But Jasmine

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and Misha are very good at coping This time it is a much better

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result for Misha and jasmine. Now all they can do is wait to see if

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they have done enough for a medal. Yes! And they have a. The girls

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move into third place, securing at least a bronze medal. I know we've

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secured a medal - it feels amazing! The up the competition isn't over

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until all of the teams have finished both of their runs. Right

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now we're just waiting for that We've just found out we've secured

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a silver medal. For I don't even know what is going on! For Misha

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and Jasmine, there Olympic dream has finally become a reality.

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is the goal we've been working towards long-term. It feels so good

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that we've finally made that. came here hoping for a metal and

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now that we have it feels incredible. Silver medals at 17 and

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18 years old. Amazing. As you probably know come on Sunday

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morning Helen completed her 500 mile journey to the South Pole for

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Sport Relief. She has just boarded a plane to start a journey back.

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Before she did, we managed to speak to her and ask her how it went.

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the end it went really well. We had a few tough and tricky days but we

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got there in one piece, we were all smiling and everyone is well. That

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is the biggest achievement. Because you are distracted by the mileage

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you forget what a brutal place this can be. Our cameraman has got to

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film and pressed tiny little buttons wearing huge mittens. The

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fact that we are all fine is good. I'm really proud of everybody.

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are all proud of you as well. No one was surprised when we found out

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you had done it. It's been covered in newspapers, everyone is talking

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about it and there are lots of questions quite serious to ask you.

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Because you can't leave anything behind the South Pole, where you go

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to the toilet? You put it into a big container and take it with you.

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It's all right now because we've finished, so there is a gang of us

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so we can put it into a collective container. But when you're on your

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own... It's quite tricky. It's not that pleasant. This is such a

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pristine place, but reality is if you go to the lure on the horizon

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it would stay there for a year. That is not very nice for anyone

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who might travel behind you. You get rid of it. Oh, the glamour!

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What are you most looking forward to doing as soon as you get home?

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I'm looking forward to having a shower. Everybody around me is

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looking forward to me having a shower. Honestly, we all stink.

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Because we left Cape Town on 22nd December, there is no running water

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out here... We've not really been able to have a wash. I've not

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taking my hat off for a while, I've not taking my thermals off for

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weeks because it's too cold. I've been dreaming about a shower.

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can't imagine how bad that smells! Everyone has been so supportive,

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we've had messages of support. Sapphire says, while, you are

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amazing. Go, Helen! This one says, Helen, congratulations. I love how

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much you do for charity and how extreme the things you do are.

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one says, I think what you've done is amazing and all for Sport Relief,

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too. It must be amazing to go to the South Pole. You should be proud

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of yourself. Scarlett wants to be just like you when she is older.

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That is so sweet. Helen, thank you for joining us, we can't wait to

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have you back. Take it easy on the flight home. Thank you for the nice

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messages. I hope you are all well and I will see you soon. If you

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want to do the Sport Relief mile, go to the Blue Peter website to

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find out how you can. You will find a special series for Helen's

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adventure as well. That is on Monday at 4:30pm on BBC One.

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Photography is one of my biggest passions, so I'm putting together a

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2012 photo Callender you can print out from the Blue Peter website.

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There will be a new photo for every month, each using a different

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photographic technique. For January is photo I found -- I shall do my

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favourite type of camera. I went to the home of photography for a new

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photo for February and the new As I'm sure you already know, I

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absolutely love gadgets. In fact, I think it's fair to say that I can't

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get enough of the newest techno gadgets, especially when it comes

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to photography. In you come up. Cheese! Did you know that you can

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take amazing pictures like these... Without spending loads of money? In

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fact, the camera and using today is so basic it doesn't even have a

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lens. Would you believe that this camera is made from five simple

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object. A can, some card, black Tade, a rubber band and a pen. It's

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called a pinhole camera. You might be sat there thinking it's just an

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empty can of pop and I can't take a picture with it. I can, and here is

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how it works. Light bounces off an object and through a cold --

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through a hole in in the can. This creates an upside-down image on the

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special light reactive paper inside. Where the light falls onto the

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paper it becomes dark, the rest of the paper remains light, creating a

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negative image. You wouldn't think that such a simple object could

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produce such amazing pictures. I'm here to meet the creator of these

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amazing images to see how he does it. You've brought me here, can you

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tell us why? This is Lacock Abbey in Wiltshire. In the 1830s, but

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Dobbie was invented. -- photography was invented. It was Fox Talbot who

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captured the world's first photograph using this technique

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back in 1835. That picture still survives today. In fact, it was of

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this very window. Where did it start for you? I got really hooked

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with being able to create the magic, being able to create a picture

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using a tiny hole and an empty aluminium can. The cameras that you

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make effectively cost very little money, considering the amount of

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money you can spend on a camera. The images you get are incredible.

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The one that springs to mind is the one of the Angel of the North and

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the trail of the Sun. It's a simple aluminium can positioned on a lamp-

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post. The sunlight creates this line of the Sun. You can compress

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this huge amount of time into one picture. We don't have three months

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but we do have a glorious day out there. I feel a Blue Peter

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challenge, not. I reckon we both take our pinhole cameras, take an

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image, bring it back, get it developed and the best one gets to

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go in the calendar. Before we head out we need to load up our cameras

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with light-sensitive paper. This has to be done in the door from

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because as soon as any light hits the paper it start to the Act. We

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don't want this to happen until we take our pictures. Three pinhole

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cameras, that means three chances to get the best shot. I challenge

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you to a cure. The first thing I need to do to take a winning photo

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with my camera is to choose a location and subject where there is

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plenty of light. The building has a lovely orange glow over it. Then I

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need to line up my camera and make sure the pin hole is facing the

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right way. Let's see what happens. Finally, I peel away the tape

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covering the pinhole and let the light through. 1, two, three, four.

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It's important to hold the camera perfectly still. Remember, the more

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it is open, the more light exposed. That is a beautiful scene. The only

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problem is you can't tell whether or not it is on there. I wonder how

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Justin is getting on. I'm doing a photograph of myself but I'm going

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to be turning, holding the camera steady in relation to myself.

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that could be the winner! With all six images in the can, it's time to

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see what we've got. It's back to the dark room to develop our photos.

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Because if we let any more light on to the paper at this stage it will

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ruin our masterpieces. This is where the magic happens.

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darkroom. All in a red light so it doesn't fog the paper. We have

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chemicals, developer in the first trade, the Bath which stabilised

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the image and that fixer, it fixes the image and keeps it permanent.

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There is only one thing for it. Let's develop. This is so exciting.

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As I hold my breath, our image has come to light. There we go. We have

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created a bit of magic here. Six old cans of fizzy drink turned into

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cameras. We've come back with these images. But they are still negative.

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Yes, we've yet to make them into positives. There is some lovely

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stuff here. And these are our final pictures. But Justin and I decided

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that my picture of the sundial is our picture for February. And here

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is that very picture. Do you like it? You should be proud of yourself.

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Lookout pleased you are with yourself! Don't forget you can

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decorate your bedroom at home with the calendar. You've just got to go

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to the Blue Peter website and print it out. I as I've already got two

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pictures on the calendar, we thought you would like to have the

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chance to one of your own photographs in the month of March.

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We want you to send us your snapshots. The winning picture will

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be added to the calendar for everyone to see. You don't need a

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special camera, all that matters is the picture is taken by you. We are

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going to give you a theme. We want your photographs of animals. You

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can photograph your own pet, somebody else's pet or any random

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animals you see a round. Head over to the website and find out how you

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can take part in the competition. It's time to go, it's the end of

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the show. I've loved having you here. An exciting show next week.

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You do not want to miss next week's show, we meet the biggest star of

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Radio One DJ Sara Cox joins Barney in the studio as guest presenter while Helen is in Antarctica. The team get exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the new giant pandas at Edinburgh zoo to find out how they are settling in. Plus there's a first look at the brand new Routemaster London bus as it drives live onto the piazza at MediaCityUK.


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