Browse content similar to Secrets of Film and TV!. Check below for episodes and series from the same categories and more!
ACTION MUSIC PLAYS
That was amazing. Can I have a go?
Barney, we can't - our Film & TV special is about to begin.
APPLAUSE AND CHEERING
Hello. Welcome to live Blue Peter.
Today, it's lights... WHOOSHING
..camera, hello! WHOOSHING
LAUGHTER And action.
TEARING That's going to need some attention.
-You're in a naughty mood today, aren't you?
It's our TV & Film special, everybody. Thank you.
You saw Radzi doing some amazing stunt skills there.
Later, you'll get to see me doing some voice skills,
as I voice the evil lizard,
Hysteria, in a brand-new episode of Danger Mouse.
And we've got an extended clip, everyone.
-I like extended clips.
We'll get to see why you guys just love CBBC oh, so much.
And we do, in fact. It's awesome.
-Also, the lovely Sofia Carson's here in the studio.
She is perfectly poised to answer your questions.
-Sofia, will you answer anything?
-Anything for you, Barney, yes.
Have you ever put underpants on your head and pretended to be Spider-Man?
-I have not.
-But I bet you have.
Thank you. We'll see you later.
Head online, leave your comments and we will ask as many questions
as we can to Sofia at the end of the show.
This is going to be a good show.
First, some of the secrets behind TV and film special effects.
Please your hands together for the Hollywood special effects show.
APPLAUSE AND CHEERING
-Alex, straight up top. Welcome to Blue Peter.
Your show sounds amazing. Tell us all about it.
The show takes you on a roller-coaster journey
-behind the scenes of your favourite films.
-I've got loads of those.
-You can see the science that goes into the special effects.
We reveal the secrets behind the most spectacular moments in movies
and show you all the tricks of the trade of the industry.
-So, it's the summer at the moment.
And I imagine it is difficult to find real snow.
How would you do that? That's my first question.
With filming and schedules, it's hard to find real snow when you need it.
It might not be snowing where you are filming, or you'd have to wait until it snows so you can film.
-What we use is a powder, also known as a polymer.
It looks like this.
I knew this had something to do with it.
What is going to happen now?
OK. It may look like icing sugar,
but it's made up of tiny sponges that are super absorbent.
-Let's demonstrate this for you now.
-I can't wait to see this.
-Whoa! Whoa! Look at that!
The tiny sponges absorb water through a process called osmosis.
-I'm doing that as well.
-We can demonstrate for you again.
-Here we go. Wait for it!
-They can expand 40 times their original size.
-Look at it go!
-Right, I'm going to pour it in.
-You can make a huge pile. There you go.
-There we are.
-Look at this!
-How big does it expand?
-40 times its original size.
-It was originally created in Japan by accident!
No... What was it used for originally?
They were trying to find a way to improve on the absorption of babies' nappies.
But, because of the way it expands, it couldn't be used for that.
Now it is just used in the special effects industry as fake snow.
-Ooh, there it goes again!
-There we go!
Brilliant. OK. There's a reason you're the expert.
And, outside of films, does it have any other use?
On indoor skiing and snowboarding facilities,
they also use it as fake snow for that.
-Look at this here. It feels...
-It feels like it's winter in here.
We have now got loads of this here.
-The really great thing is that you can dry it out.
And it goes back to its original small size, so it can be reused.
-So, it's actually green as well as being awesome?
-It's totally green.
-So, this is fake snow.
Another thing I want to talk to you about is fake blood.
-The favourite part of my films.
How is that made? What does it look like?
-Talk to me.
-Back when the industry was black and white,
when films were black and white, we used chocolate syrup for fake blood.
-I'm going to move this out of your way.
-The fake blood can get a little bit messy.
Mess is what we like on Blue Peter!
Down it goes here.
-Oh, you've got some there!
When the movie industry turned to colour,
we had to reconsider the technique.
The main ingredient in most fake blood is cornstarch.
-Yeah. It is completely non-toxic and safe to consume.
You can try some if you want to.
Absolutely. You don't need to ask me twice.
OK, so, here we go.
I'm going to put this... That looks so realistic.
That's why we have to put on gloves,
cos the food colouring can get messy.
-I probably shouldn't have had that much.
It is really sweet, you know.
-That's cos of the corn starch.
You can add more cornstarch, cos it's used as a thickener,
-depending on how thick or thin you want it.
-Why don't I demonstrate it for you now?
So, if you want something quite thick for a slow dripping effect,
-you're going to want something like this.
-Look at this.
-Look at that.
-Or, if you want a splatter effect...
-..it needs to be quite thin.
-Ah! Look at that!
That is the real deal right there.
-And if you need any body parts...
..we use fake latex ones that look like...
Ha-ha, look at that!
Yeah, add more fake blood. It really looks like it is dripping.
This really does look like the real deal.
So, at this point, every single person sat at home is going,
"Alex, I want to make some!" So, how do you make it?
We have a very simple and safe method of making
-your own fake movie blood at home.
-OK. Look at this.
-Look at it now.
What are the ingredients?
It only requires three ingredients.
Cocoa powder, food colouring and water.
-That's all you need?
-All you need.
Mix it up in a bowl, using more cocoa powder if you want it thicker,
or more water if you want it thinner.
-I'll put my fingers in, to see what it looks like.
-There you go.
-It is really great for home movie-making and Halloween.
If you want to find out how to make that,
jump online for all the instructions you need.
Are you up for sticking around and showing Barney more cool stuff?
-I want that fake snow. That looks amazing.
-That was gooey.
-"That was gooey."
-I was talking about the blood, not the snow.
-I see what you mean.
-The snow wasn't gooey.
From super SFX to a superstar, please welcome back to Blue Peter
the amazing Sofia Carson.
-APPLAUSE AND CHEERING
-You're in a brand-new film.
-It's called Adventures In Babysitting.
-It sounds awesome. Tell us a little bit about it.
Fun fact - it's the 100th Disney Channel movie ever,
-which is amazing.
-It is a remake of a classic from the '80s,
Adventures In Babysitting. This time it's two baby-sitters,
Sabrina Carpenter and myself, who go off on a crazy adventure in the city.
Everything goes wrong, but it's the greatest adventure of our lives.
-We can't wait to share it with everyone.
-We can do right now. Have a look.
'Lola grabbed our real baby-sitter Jenny's phone by mistake...'
Way to go, klutz.
I'm desperate for a baby-sitter. I'll pay double.
-What is going on here?!
Relax, girlfriend, I'm just trying to help.
I'm not your girlfriend, I'm not your friend!
-'There was a fire...'
'..a minor brush with the law...'
Driving without a licence is illegal.
'..a major run from some bad guys...'
Ooh, I hate kids!
'..a rare sapphire ferret,
'green hair, a roller derby, fake tattoos...'
'..tow trucks, police stations,
-'a rap battle!'
Your parents are never going to ask me to babysit again.
-That looks so good.
-Let's go see it.
-Did you see I dropped the mic?
-Your character's called Lola.
She seems pretty sassy. Are you like Lola?
She's, like... I've never been cool.
She's the most cool girl ever.
She's this passionate artist, very passionate about photography and art.
She is a free spirit, but sometimes can be a bit irresponsible.
So, I'm like Lola, because I'm an artist as well.
I'm more like Jenny, Sabrina's character, cos she's a little more
disciplined and nerdy, like myself.
-When you're filming a movie, it can take months to film scenes.
-It's quite a hard question to answer.
If you could pick a favourite moment from filming, what would you pick?
Every moment was so memorable and I will cherish for ever.
There was a moment when I was just hanging in the ceiling.
Do you mean hanging out?
No, it was like hanging in the ceiling...
-Look at that.
-Actually hanging. There it is.
-I was doing a stunt 60 feet in the air.
-Look at your face!
Running away from the bad guys. It was pretty epic.
I was in a harness and I felt really cool, not going to lie.
-You look really cool.
-You suit that.
One of those things where you say to the director,
-"I want to do one more, I made a mistake."
-"I'm enjoying myself."
-That must have been so much fun.
-We have picked up our serious Blue Peter cards.
-Every time you come on Blue Peter, we quiz you.
-You quiz me.
-It's just a rule now.
-We are going to do it this time.
-This time it is about baby-sitting and your film.
-Are you ready?
-This is serious.
-Lights! Thank you.
-Let's start. Question one...
Can you name all the kids your characters Jenny and Lola babysit?
Oh, my gosh. OK, so we have Bobby.
-We have Katie.
We have... Then we have Jenny.
We have... Erm...
Oh, my gosh!
They've all escaped my mind!
Trey, Trey ran away.
And then we have the last kid. The last kid.
-Phone a friend. Phone a friend.
AJ. And then we have...
I'm taking that as an answer.
-You have got loads.
-You've got loads there. Well done.
What is Jenny's baby-sitting rule number one?
Baby-sitting rule number one is...
never lose a child.
-"Never take your eyes off the kids." We'll accept that.
-We have got a baby-sitting story here.
This story is a true one and it actually happened to either...
-me, Barney or Radzi.
OK. This is true.
One time the baby-sitter couldn't find this child
-and was looking for them around the house.
But then the baby-sitter found them
and they were hiding in a cupboard under the sink - this is true -
eating dog biscuits.
-Who do you think that was?
-This is epic, should have been in the film.
-This is incredible.
-Eating actual dog biscuits under a sink.
I'm going to go with Radzi, cos he's smiling. Was it you?
I think Radzi's smiling, cos he knows it's me.
-It was Barney!
-It was you?!
-They're really good!
I'm going to say you got two out of three.
-Yeah, let's go for two out of three.
-Yeah! You did very well.
In the movie there, we saw you drop the mic.
-But before you did that you had a bit of a rap battle.
We had a rap battle, it's one of my favourite parts of the whole film.
It would be ridiculous to get you on this show and not to ask you to do
-a rap battle.
-Oh, my God.
-Or at least give us a demo
-of what you do. Can you show us a rap?
-I can try.
-I can try. OK, here it goes.
Please don't laugh at me.
Of course not. SHE CLEARS HER THROAT
-# My name is Sofia, and I'm a baby-sitter
# And I'm here to rap, because I ain't no quitter
# I'm at Blue Peter
# With my favourite peeps
# Making memories that will forever keep. #
-I tell you what, that was pretty...
APPLAUSE DROWNS SPEECH
-Ah, thank you!
-I knew Radzi would love that.
-That was very good.
-He likes his raps.
-Thank you. I appreciate that.
-You were amazing.
-You were great.
But now we're going to do a really big rap battle.
-We would like you to be our judge,
because you were just amazing at rapping then.
Please bring on our first rapper.
-His name is Radzi Chinyanganya.
APPLAUSE AND CHEERING
As everyone knows, Radzi and I go way back. We've been friends for a long time.
So it's only right that the person who goes head-to-head
with Radzi in the rap battle is...
LAUGHTER AND CHEERING
-Sofia's got some lyrics.
-She was awesome.
It's very simple - you're going to take it in turns,
head-to-head in the rap battle.
On the screen in front of you will appear some words.
You have got to get the word in your rap, OK?
If it's a rap that counts and we think the word has been done properly, you'll hear this...
PING If it's a word that we think
was just rubbish, you'll hear this noise...
-OK. Let's all get together.
Sofia, you are judging this. Guys, are you ready?
-Let's do it. Cue the music.
RAP MUSIC PLAYS Go on, Radz.
# I'm right here and, I'll be honest, I'm not ready
# But my favourite pet
# Is possibly Shelley. #
-PING, ALL TALK
# The name is K
# I'm from outer space
# I might not rap
# But look at the face. #
# Whether it's blue or sports or silver, I love a badge
# I shouldn't have rhymed it with badge
# Cos it's difficult to make it... # Oh!
-WRONG BUZZER, ALL TALK
# Yes, ready, again
# Badminton, tennis, we call them sports
# Radzi, you may as well just abort. #
-Sorry. I didn't mean the harshness.
-That was good. Next one.
# Actresses in the world
# They all want to be her
# I can't see the word right now
# So I'll talk about Sofia. #
-Points for that, for improv.
# The name is K
# You know I love Iggy
# I might not rap
# But I can get jiggy. #
That was nice!
Ooh, this is hard!
# Let's see if I can get it back talking about the Fan Club
# You know Radzi knows what's... #
-He is normally so good at this.
# The name is K
# I won't talk about my looks
# I might not know everything about books
# But I like to rap
# I like to present
-# Radzi, my man
# I don't know what to say, yes! #
# I got one more chance
# I like to dance
# Forget about the rap
# I'll do a prance. #
-Fair enough. Fair enough.
# Oh, yes, K
# One, two, to the three
# I want one
-# Yes, I want you to like me
-# Please pick me
-# I want you to pick me
# I want one. #
APPLAUSE AND CHEERING
-It got tough. It got tough.
-You did well. Difficult.
-It got tough!
-Karim smashed that.
-Round of applause, round of applause.
-OK, let's round up.
-We've got to rush you. Come on.
-You've got to choose.
I'm going to go with...
-Just because you used my name...
-Well done, Radzi.
Well done, fella. APPLAUSE AND CHEERING
-We're seeing more of you later.
You're going to be answering some amazing questions.
Boys, go celebrate.
Do some more rapping together.
-Have you seen Danger Mouse?
-I haven't, but I'm very excited.
-Well, we can see some now.
-Have a look at this.
Yes, it's me, Danger Mouse!
Last year, Danger Mouse returned to our screens
after 25 years,
to, once again, save the world.
-IN GERMAN ACCENT:
-I shall rule the world!
And, with help from his trusty sidekick, Penfold...
..he's become one of the most popular characters on CBBC.
But where do you start, when you're bringing an animation to life?
With pencils, paper, and a nifty sketch?
Well, actually, no.
First, you start with the voices. And that's where I come in.
Today, I'm playing a part that has been especially created for me.
I'm a bit nervous, so I think I need a few pointers.
All I know is that I'm going to be playing
an evil American lizard called Hysteria.
And who better to help me get into character
than Alexander Armstrong and Kevin Eldon,
the actors who play Danger Mouse and Penfold?
Tell me a little bit about your characters.
Danger Mouse is a sort of... he's a bit of a sort of James Bond,
slightly superhero character. He's a bit annoying.
-It all looks a little...easy.
-Penfold is his sidekick.
He's a little hamster. He's quite a scared little, you know, coward.
-You invented a time machine?!
-So I'm playing a character today.
Have you got any top tips for me?
You've got to just think evil, think lizard, and you'll be there.
Wish me luck.
But, before I do any recording, the show's voice director, Simon,
wants to see me.
OK, so tell me a bit about my character, Hysteria,
-what's she like?
-OK, so Hysteria is a super villain.
Not just a villain, a super villain.
In my head, she's kind of green and squinty...
If you pull that face, like a mask. OK, what does your voice sound like?
-IN DEEP VOICE:
-A low one like this.
-I like it, that's good.
So this is it, one final look through the script and I'm ready.
-So really, really go for it.
-Enjoy your certain death!
-We're going to do it again.
-Enjoy your certain death!
-You really want to ramp it up.
Simon is really pushing me to get the performance right,
-but can I deliver?
-Now one more time, please.
-All hail Hydrant.
-Just put the T on the end of hydrant.
-All hail Hydrant!
That was really nice.
You've really got to use your body and you've got to use your breath,
and it can really tire you out. But you found the character.
-It sounded like she should sound.
-Yes! I'm an evil lizard.
You're an evil lizard.
So that's the voice of Hysteria officially recorded,
and I cannot wait to see what she's going to look like.
To find that out, I've travelled to Dublin, where the Danger Mouse
characters come to life.
Rob is the creative director of the show
and he's been working on my character, Hysteria.
-How is she looking? Can I have a little peek?
-Of course you can.
-It is indeed.
That's so cool.
She is me because she's got really short legs and red hair.
What do you reckon? Good likeness?
It's not just Rob who designs the animation.
Up to 45 people at a time can be involved in making a single episode.
So it's only fair I give them a helping hand.
First up, creating the backgrounds.
We've got some buildings here that need to be added in if you want to.
It's really hard to use this pen. Oh, buildings. A lamppost.
There it is. Next, bringing the characters to life.
What's an angry eyebrow?
I'm not sure if I'm helping things,
so I'll just leave them to finish off the episode.
And here it is, a sneak peek of Danger Mouse,
featuring my super villain, Hysteria.
Hysteria, Hydrant's number one.
Must be my lucky day.
Like a hydrant, you may catch one of us,
but soon another will gush forth like an unstoppable flood of evil.
That metaphor doesn't work even slightly!
No wonder you broke the record if all your villains are like this.
That was your fault.
Don't they teach you not to turn your back on your enemies
at BRIT school?
Yes, they also teach us not to stand around arguing
when the enemy is getting aw... Oh, she's gone.
I like being a baddie.
-You're a cartoon.
-I know, it's the coolest thing ever.
As you can see, it's on tonight at 6.45 on CBBC,
if you're watching live now. You understand.
Now also watch the mid-match wall.
Look at it in all of its wonderful colour and everything like that.
I've got to talk about the most unforgettable day I've had,
which is the Queen's fly-past.
Alex from Oxford, you've captured it perfectly. Courtesy of the RAF.
Very fluffy. And just beneath is Harry from Salisbury.
That's my face, and I'm wearing the 101 Squadron.
Can I just say, Sicily and Matilda from London, I love you. 3-D post.
I love 3-D posts, look at it. There's me and Mr Switch, look.
Real DJ decks that you can scratch on. How amazing are they?
Not only that, but stick-on speakers.
And Shelley is rocking to one of the tunes on top, it's amazing.
Well done, you've won yourself a Blue Peter badge.
Keep yourself sending stuff, please.
Make sure you put the right postage on your letters
so we can process it properly and send you your badges.
We don't want you to be disappointed.
If you've finished school
and you're going on your summer holidays - lucky you -
and you've got a badge, use it.
Because you can get into over 200 attractions across the UK.
-IN DEEP VOICE:
-You did a low one, nice.
All the details you need are on that very website there.
-Guys, can I just say, I love CBBC.
-Yeah, so do these guys.
CBBC - it's got something for everyone.
But which shows are you loving at the moment?
-We wanted to find out.
-I like The Dumping Ground.
It's scary and it's dramatic and funny.
I like Operation Ouch! because I like all of the blood.
You're weird. Why do you like seeing blood and things?
I like Officially Amazing because it's weird.
-That sounds amazing.
-It's really cool.
The Next Step is my all-time favourite show.
All the tricks are quite impressive.
My favourite CBBC show has to be Horrible Histories.
It makes history boring to, like, comedy and really fun.
Well, my favourite show is probably Hetty Feather.
No, just listen.
Hetty is really fiery and fun and wild.
That's quite a good one. I like the drama, the wolves, wolfbloods.
My brother's a bit scared of the eyes.
He finds it weird how they kind of grow veins up their necks,
and the eye goes...pfft!
My favourite one is probably Dengineers because it's quite
amazing to see how someone's vision can turn into reality.
I like that, because I like looking at the dens after.
Our favourite CBBC show is 4 O'Clock Club.
-Their one-liners are really funny.
-You know their uniforms,
they're so natural, it's just like a real school.
-4 O'clock Club, we highly recommend it.
-What's your favourite CBBC show?
-It's Blue Peter.
That's right, we couldn't talk about CBBC without mentioning
-Blue Peter, could we?
-Hello. Welcome to live Blue Peter.
Radzi did the Maradona seven, he completely failed.
He smashed a window.
-And then three... Whoa!
Lindsey tried to cross the Irish Sea,
but the weather was just way too bad.
Because of the conditions, just went down as a fail.
-Forget that, move on to the next challenge.
So there's always something to shout about on CBBC.
Go on, get watching.
It's true, we heart CBBC. What's your favourite show?
-I knew you were going to say that.
I think mine's Next Step, and Blue Peter, and Horrible Histories.
I see what you did there.
Now it's time for some more special effects, courtesy of Barney.
-Yes, I'm about to learn the tricks of the trade with Ali. Hi, Ali.
We say tricks of the trade, but they're just bottles and vases
-and normal household items, aren't they?
They're actually made from sugar glass, which is
-a brittle form of plastic used in movie stunts.
It breaks really easily, so it still looks really cool on camera
-but it's completely safe.
-Radzi! I need your help with this, mate.
Yes, no problem, my friend.
I think you need to put your hoodie on, you don't
-want to get it in your hair.
-That's a good point.
Please do not try this at home, I could not be more serious.
-This is very specially designed. OK, ready?
-That would be even better with a sound effect.
-Do you want to try it again?
-OK, sound effect.
Let's try it with this. Ready?
HORN BEEPS That wasn't the right sound effect.
Let's try another one.
That was a cow mooing, that's definitely the wrong sound.
-We should probably try it again.
-The big one.
That was the right sound effect, amazing. Radzi, I love you, mate.
-See you later on.
-Sound really does make a difference.
-It really does.
How much do we rely on sound in TV and film?
As you go through your daily life,
-how many sounds do you actually notice?
Do you notice your footsteps on the floor, or a car driving past?
-That's a good point.
So the only thing usually recorded when shooting a film is dialogue.
Everything else is added afterwards.
-So let's look at a clip just with dialogue and see what you think.
Oh, wow. This path is treacherous.
Is that a polar bear? Oh, my goodness!
Who's this? Barney.
Yeah, hi, Barnes. It's not really a good time.
-Yeah, that was rubbish, wasn't it? It wasn't really...
There was no excitement in it or sound.
-So let's try it again with the sound effects and see what you think.
-Oh, wow. This path is treacherous.
-Is that a polar bear?
-Oh, my goodness.
Who's this? Barney.
Yeah, hi, Barnes. It's not really a good time.
That made a massive difference, didn't it?
-That was like a clip I would watch all day.
So, all those sound effects are created by somebody called a
Foley artist. They're a very important part of film-making.
They start their job by watching a scene
and noting all the sound effects that need to be added.
An average film can require thousands of additional sounds.
-That's a lot of work for a Foley artist.
-Let's take a look at how they do their job.
So I have a couple of things here that
-are used for sound effects in films.
-I'm going to guess it.
-Love this game.
-Are you ready?
-OK. What is this?
-That's the noise of Lindsey powdering her cheeks.
It's actually used for the flapping of a bird's wings.
OK, I'll go with that. That's really clever, isn't it?
-Do you want another one?
Let's see if you can guess this.
That is the noise of a hot water bottle being
-dragged across a table.
-Not very imaginative.
It's actually very similar to a sound I used to make in gym class.
But it's not that, cos no-one's done a film of that yet.
The actual sound is for car tyres. Screeching car tyres. Try it again.
-Of course it is. If your car's got one wheel.
-So third time's a charm.
-And you're going to guess this one.
See, that's quite easy because I'm a huge fan of The Three Musketeers.
-So that's sword fighting, isn't it?
-Used for sword fights, that kind of thing.
-And the last one...
Now, that is my favourite sound in the world, which is the sound
-of rain on a tent.
-Well, it's one of the elements, but it's not rain.
-It's an element. OK, so that's the noise of...not wind. Fire.
It's the sound of a crackling flame.
That's so clever. To think that a movie costs so much money to make,
yet the sound effect that goes along with it is actually a
-bit of plastic...
-Exactly, you can make a lot of the sounds at home.
-What an amazing thing. Thank you for being here.
I've learnt a lot. This is only a bit of what you show, isn't it?
Yes, if you want to see more special effects, please come see our show.
We're touring across theatres in the UK until August 16th.
Amazing, thank you very much. If you can't wait until then,
head online for some more special effects action.
Where's Radzi? SHE LAUGHS
-Told you he was in a naughty mood.
-That was genuinely fascinating.
-But now it's time for comments.
Let's get started, Sofia. OK.
Appetite Super Cat - good name - says,
-"Do you prefer the top of the broccoli or the bottom?"
That's a fantastic question, I've never realised it. But the top.
Opal Hyper Primrose -
-"If you could invent an emoji, what would it be?"
-Oh, my gosh. I don't know.
-You did a cool hair flick earlier.
-Maybe a hair flip.
-I like that, that's cute.
Apricot Leaping Lion says,
"Did anything unusual or funny happen when you were filming?"
Anything unusual or funny. Well, Sabrina was always cracking
jokes. Constantly, everything was always funny. Always laughing.
Best question ever asked by anybody on TV ever, Indigo Neon Pegasus.
"If you had to eat a meat paste sandwich or cabbage for tea,
"which one would you choose?"
I'm going to go cabbage because I can't eat meat,
-I'm going to go cabbage.
-Freeze-frame your mouth like that.
Just quickly - lots of viewers wanted to know, if you were a superhero,
-what would your superpower be?
-I would like to fly.
-I've always wanted to fly.
-Like a falcon.
-Yes, just like that.
We could ask you questions all day, but if you want to carry on,
jump onto the Fan Club right after the show. It's the Fan Club hour.
Let's talk about the BP game that we like to play.
It's called Presenter Bingo.
We say words in the show and you have to guess what they are.
And then get in touch. "Perfectly poised" was the phrase.
The first person that guessed that and say the word bingo
-was PurplePianoToucan Congratulations.
You've won a very special prize.
Sofia has given her house away for this composition.
Before he's naughtier, I'm going to go onto the next bit of the show.
It's the end of today's show - make sure you're watching next week.
It's a sport spectacular, and I'm going to be training with
the Paralympic team, who have won 143 medals. It's ridiculous.
We're also looking at the science behind Wimbledon.
That's going to be very cool. I can't wait to see that.
It's the Fan Club now, it's Fan Club hour now. See you later.
-See you later.