The young stars of A Series of Unfortunate Events visit the studio to talk about the new series. The team celebrate the Lunar New Year with a fantastic rooster lantern.
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On today's show, we'll be telling you how you can get involved in
Red Nose Day and celebrate Lunar New Year.
-It's the year of the Rooster. I've got a rooster joke.
-Why did the rooster run away? He was chicken.
-OK, I've got one.
What do you call a rooster that wakes you up in the morning?
-An alarm CLUCK.
-Go on, Radzi, your go.
-No, it's got to...
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
-That is a lot of cheering.
-The crowd have gone wild.
-Thank you very much.
-We've only just begun.
There's no-one there, it's a sound effect.
They're clearly up for a laugh, as are we. And if you are,
then you're going to love later on in the show,
because we're getting help from you to assist with Red Nose Day.
Also, I'm going to be taking some photos with Chris Packham.
He's the legend that presents Winterwatch and he's going to be
showing us how to capture wildlife in all of their glory.
I loved that day with him. Thank you very much, Chris.
As well as that, I am so starstruck and excited, because we're
joined by the cost of Lemony Snicket's A Series Of Unfortunate
Events and we're going to be playing a very unfortunate game.
I can't say more than that.
Speaking of games, you know who this is, it's Shelley.
She's going to be hiding somewhere throughout the show.
You've got to try and find her. We call it Spot Shelley.
The first person to get in touch and know where she is wins £1 million!
No, stop doing that.
-But you do get a shout out, so it's worth getting involved.
Now, can we, please, dim the lights?
-And just look.
Those gorgeous things are lanterns and they're on Blue Peter for
a very good reason and that's because on Saturday,
it will be the Lunar New Year.
Now, the Lunar New Year is celebrated right the way
across central and eastern Asia,
and according to the Chinese Zodiac, it will be the year of the
Rooster, and to help explain more, we have in the studio with us the
creative director of the Magical Lantern Festival, it's Ian Xiang.
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
-Lovely to meet you.
-So excited to be here.
-We're excited to have you.
Tell us, what is the lantern? What makes it so significant?
Well, in traditional Chinese, people hang lanterns in front of
the gate during Chinese imperial time
to bring luck and ward off evils.
Fantastic. And what made you want to bring it to the UK?
Well, when I was a child,
we'd go to this kind of lantern festival every year.
-It was my favourite day.
-Was it really?
When I came here, I found that it was missing,
so I wanted to bring the lantern festival into the UK.
And you have done just that.
I personally am going to have to go to the Magical Lantern Festival.
If I do go, what will I see? What's it like?
Well, at the Magical Lantern Festival, in Chiswick House And Gardens,
-we will see loads of lanterns like this.
-We have a huge ship lantern across the lake.
-And also we have a big rooster lantern.
-Look at that!
And we have a 30-metre-long, 50-metre-tall palace lantern,
that's from Tang dynasty.
It's something that you have to see to really appreciate, I guess,
and you've got something very special for us.
Yeah, we've got a rooster lantern here for you.
Made by your fair hands, Ian.
Well, thank you very much and actually if you like that,
then you'll love our make. Later on in the show, we'll be showing you
-just how to make this. Ian, thank you so much.
-Awesome! Where's Barney?
-I'm over here. Hello. How are you?
I've got my own camera shot and everything, look at that.
That's my good side. Hello, darlings.
Right then, Lunar New Year is round the corner, yes,
but so is one of my favourite days in the calendar and that is
Comic Relief's Red Nose Day, so on the 23rd March,
Blue Peter's going to be celebrating all the incredible
work Comic Relief does to help people around the UK and, of course,
around the world, and we want you to get involved too, please.
-Can I do the good bit?
-Go on, then.
So, check out our Red Nose Day totaliser. Look at that!
-It's a beautiful thing.
-That is proper. We are not messing around,
because we are on a mission to find the UK's funniest joke.
We need you to tell us what makes you LOL.
LOL stands for Laugh Out Lovely, so get in touch and send us your jokes.
We're going to try and fill our totaliser with the amount of jokes
we've had in. We're going to go
from all the way from the bottom, all the way to the top.
You can see there that there's 1,000 there,
but that doesn't mean that's how many we're going to get in.
-We want to smash that record.
-We're going to smash it, I've got a good
-Don't start there on your camera shot, come back down,
because we've only just announced this, which means that at the
moment, we have a big fat total of a big fat zero, which is about
-That's right. We need your help.
We need you to get in touch with us, send us in your jokes.
They need to be funny and original and tell us what you're doing
this year for Red Nose Day. Get involved.
Question is, Barney, how can everyone at home do that?
Step uno - you have to go to the Blue Peter website and download
this application form. Then you cut it out and you decorate our faces.
Be nice, please.
The next thing you need to do is fill out your three,
your top-three jokes on these little spaces here.
They can be anything, as long as they're original, you've come up
with them. So they can be knock-knock jokes,
-or Doctor, Doctor. Maybe Barney's got a wonderful example.
I was playing pool with an owl last week and he hit the white ball
in and I said, "That's two hits," and the owl went, "Two hits to who?"
CHEERING AND LAUGHTER
-Loving that one.
-Thank you, Barney.
No, I told you I'd laugh on the live.
So the next thing you need to do is tell us what you're doing for
Red Nose Day. Remember, getting involved is so important.
No matter how big or small, just get fundraising.
And then you want to send your application form to our
snail-mail address. I don't know why they call it that. Do snails deliver it?
-I don't know.
-There's the deadline, it's Wednesday 22nd of March
and make sure you're watching on Thursday 23rd March,
make sure you're watching,
because that is our Blue Peter Red Nose day spectacular and
we're going to be reading out some of your jokes and actually LOL-ing.
-I'm sorry I didn't LOL at your joke.
-You did really well.
-You're a very good actress.
But now, from jokes onto a show that is so scary,
so horrific that even the makers of it tell you to look away.
I suggest you don't. It's amazing.
It's Lemony Snicket's A Series Of Unfortunate Events.
# Skies smiling at me... #
I'm going to stop you right here.
I'm Lemony Snicket.
The cinematic tease before you is full of disturbed plots...
You must obey.
-..villainous, frightful deeds...
..and an absurd amount of child endangerment.
Do you really want to sit through every horrid episode?
Be a dear and look away.
I've got goose bumps, because it's just the best show in the world.
-Please, welcome Louis and Malina!
-CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
It's great to have you guys here.
I just want to say... The crowd are wild today.
Now, we all know Lemony Snicket, I'm sure.
I read the books growing up, I loved the film,
the new series is amazing, to anyone out there who doesn't know
Lemony Snicket, tell us a little bit about the story.
Well, we play Violet and Klaus Baudelaire, who are siblings and our
parents die in a terrible fire and the orphans get placed in the
care of Count Olaf, who goes through disguises and plans
-to try to get our fortune.
-They're not the best disguises,
-I've got to say. He looks funny, though.
-He does, he does.
Now, of course, we've seen you on camera before, Malina.
We've seen you in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Nine Lives,
-but, Louis, you're new to all this telly stuff, aren't you?
-How did you get the role?
-I went to the original audition.
I thought it went really badly, if I'm honest.
I messed up all the lines and stuff,
but my mum got a call a few months later,
asking me to be in LA on Tuesday and it was Saturday at the time,
-for a call back.
-Phew! And look at you now. It's the best series ever.
-Listen, we want to show a clip. Would you like that?
-It would be great.
-Great. We're not going to do that.
We're going to make you really work for it, OK?
We're going to play a game and for every question you get right,
you're going to get five seconds of a clip.
Walk this way for Blue Peter's A Series Of Unfortunate Events.
So smooth! There we go.
-I'm going to explain how the game works, OK, guys?
It's pretty serious.
On this board you can see a whole series,
you haven't seen these before, of unfortunate events, ranging from
toilet paper on the shoe to losing your BP badge over there.
But the question is - which event is the most unfortunate?
We've been asking our Blue Peter fans to vote online all week on
which they think is the most unfortunate, so it's up to
you to guess whether they thought that each event was more or less.
-Are you up for it? Does that make sense?
Good. So for each correct guess,
you will get five seconds of your clip shown.
-Are you ready?
-OK. Here we go.
The first one, toilet paper stuck on your shoe and then here
we've got laying in, sleeping past the alarm.
So is that more or less unfortunate than toilet paper on the shoe?
-I do that every morning.
-Toilet paper on the shoe or sleeping in?
-Oh, sleeping in. Good.
-That's got to be more unfortunate, surely.
I think so. It's more stressful, don't you think?
More unfortunate, let's see.
Yeah! Great! Join in at home, by the way.
I don't know how. We might hear you shouting.
OK, so jumping over a fence and your trousers splitting,
I think it's just trousers splitting. Is that more...?
-That's got to be more.
-You think that's worse than sleeping through the alarm?
-I think it is.
It is more! You guys are on a roll!
The next one is when you call your teacher, "Mum."
Is that more or less unfortunate than ripping your trousers?
-I think it's bad, but it's not quite...
-I think less.
-We think less?
-I think less.
-The cameramen agree,
so that's a good thing. Let's have a look.
It's less unfortunate!
Thanks, Louis, you've got my back.
The next one is dropping your toast butter-side down.
-Is that more or less unfortunate?
-It's a waste of toast.
-Yeah, yeah, it's a waste of toast.
-Really? So we're saying more?
OK. Let's have a look.
Oh! It was less. Those sneaky Blue Peter fans.
OK, the next one is being splashed by a puddle from a car.
Is that more or less unfortunate than dropping your toast
-Your cold and wet and...
-I think more.
-I think more.
-It's got to be.
-OK. Let's have a look. Turn it around.
You guys! We're going to be here for hours watching this clip.
You're doing well. The next one is stepping in doggie doo-doo.
-Is that more or less unfortunate?
-That's quite bad.
-That's a bad day out, isn't it? So we're saying...?
OK, the last one. I love this game, we should do this every week.
-Losing your Blue Peter badge.
-That's about as bad as it gets.
-Radzi's in tears over there, just at the thought.
-Do we think that's more or less unfortunate?
-I think it's more.
-You think more?
-We just got ours today. The badges are everything.
It's more! I like that game. I hope you were getting involved at home.
You've got 30 seconds of the clip to show,
so, guys, you're on camera two, I'll hand over to you.
Hello, hello, hello, children.
I am Count Olaf.
A renowned actor and your new guardian.
-He's... He's so scary.
That was terrifying. Make sure you watch it.
Now, we've been asking your questions to this lovely pair,
so make sure you head online and check that out,
but there we go. Barney, over to you.
Thank you, Linds. If you've been watching Winterwatch recently,
you'll know that the team follow lots of different types of wildlife
in lots of different habitats and they actually move on from
time to time and once they've been there,
the next thing you know, is they've gone. Wouldn't it be great if you
could actually capture that moment in time for ever? You can,
you need two things. You need a camera and a Chris Packham.
cold, bleak, gloomy days when you just want to stay inside
and stay nice and warm,
or you could head outside with your thermals on,
so that you're all wrapped up and see what a beauty winter
has to offer you, and that's exactly what I'm doing today and
I'm going to capture it all on camera.
Yes, it might be a bit chilly,
but winter is the perfect time to get out and spot wildlife.
Just ask Chris Packham.
He's the presenter of the hit BBC show Winterwatch.
Hello and welcome to Winterwatch 2017.
Over the past five series, Chris and the Winterwatch team have
been spotting some amazing animals during the colder months.
No prizes, then, for guessing where I've come.
Welcome to the RSPB reserve here in Arne, Dorset.
It's the current set of this year's Winterwatch, where
Chris Packham and the team are filming the new series.
But as well as being a TV presenter,
Chris is a wildlife and photography expert.
So who better to show me around and show me what to snap?
-Good morning, Chris.
-Good morning, Barney.
-Are you all right?
-What a day.
-It's a beautiful day, isn't it?
Obviously, winter is the time to stay indoors and wrap up warm
and have a warm brew, but of course if we get outside and start
to have a look around, we can see some amazing stuff.
It's a fantastic time of year for wildlife watching.
The leaves are all off the trees, if you're in woodland you can see
a lot further and because animals are hungry in winter,
sometimes you can take advantage of that and get closer to them,
-so it's super for photography.
-Shall we get started?
Now, we're using some pretty serious kit,
but you can use something as simple as a camera phone.
But no matter what you're taking your photos with,
you need to get yourself in the right place.
So Chris's first tip is to choose the right location.
Where do you suggest we start?
Well, I would go where the public goes,
because there the animals are used to seeing people
and you don't have to spend as much time sneaking up on them.
So I'd stick on the paths if we were looking for deer,
because they're quite happy to see people on the paths.
If you go off into the woods, they're going to be a little bit
spooked. And then lastly, the car park, because
-that's where everyone arrives and everyone has their lunch.
-So there's always food there.
-That's a great tip.
'The advice pays off straight away.
'Just by sticking to the path,
'we soon manage to capture an iconic winter bird -
'Once you're in the right position,
'it's time to think about what your photo will actually look like.
'Or, to use a technical term...
'With the help of a herd of deer we've spotted,
'Chris points out what to look for to help make your photo brilliant.'
The deer are forming a nice shape.
I've got a gap between the trees there,
looking into the background.
So that gives the photograph some depth as well.
I've got nice and low, so that I can get the sky in,
so that we can see the landscape where these animals are living.
What I like about the deer here is that their coat colour
complements the grass.
We've got that lovely mixture of browns,
and with the leafless trees behind...
They're nice and brown, too.
'To snap these deer,
'we're using camera lenses that can capture them from a long way away.
'But what happens if you can't get your hands on this serious kit?'
Well, that's simple...
'If you're using a phone or a tablet to take your pictures,
'you'll get the best results if you're close up.
'So, where's closer than your back garden?'
Your kitchen or your lounge window is a perfect hide -
nice and warm, close to the kettle, cup of tea,
-tea, cakes, biscuits...
-..it's all on tap.
You can attract birds into your garden by putting out food
in bird feeders.
But you don't want to photograph the birds on an ugly plastic feeder.
It works for the birds dispensing food, but not for a nice photo.
So what I do is, I set up next to it a nice natural perch like this.
Wizened old wood, a bit of lichen, or even maybe some moss like this.
-So when the bird pitches here,
it looks like it's out in the woods
and your picture's going to look a lot more attractive.
So you don't need a posh tripod like this.
Anything just to hold this in place...
How do you tempt the birds in place to here?
Is that because they're near the feeder,
so they're used to that environment, so they'll naturally jump on to it?
If they're reluctant, just stick some peanuts or seed on top
of here a few times and then they'll soon learn
that this offers food as much as the feeder does as well.
So once you've set out your bird feast,
you can snap them from your lovely, warm house.
Then try and get the camera as close to the glass as possible
to cut out the reflection. If you're taking it with a mobile,
you can hold it right up to the glass like that.
I actually have a small camera, so if you do the phone shot,
I'll do the camera shot.
I guess now it's just a...
It's a waiting game, really, isn't it?
Yeah, but with all that tempting seed on offer,
I don't think we'll have to wait too long.
I haven't had any breakfast, I'm tempted by the seed!
Thanks to Chris, I've had a great day
and I'm pretty pleased with the photos I've taken.
It just goes to show,
you never know what you might see outside in the winter months.
Although, there are no signs of any birds on our perch yet.
Remember, the most important ingredient
-of wildlife photography is...
-Cake and tea.
-Patience, that's it.
-OK, I'll stay here for a bit longer.
-You've got to go off and do some work, haven't you?
-I have indeed.
-Thanks for being here today.
-You're most welcome.
-Some really good tips.
Hopefully that's inspired you to get out there and take some photos.
-In the meantime...
-You stay here, I'll get off.
Thank you, Chris.
I hope they show up. We might be here for some time.
I was there for some time. I got back about 20 minutes ago.
No, I'm only kidding! It was a great day. Thank you very much to Chris.
If you want to watch Winterwatch,
it's on tonight - BBC Two, eight o'clock.
It is the last one from RSPB Arne, so go and check it out -
when they're looking at all the wildlife, and they're wonderful talents.
Speaking of which, there's a brand-new animation that's come out.
It's called Sing, and Hollywood legend Matthew McConaughey
voices one of the characters. He's called Buster. He's a koala bear.
We found out that he was in town, so went a long to ask him
some questions about the animation. Questions like this...
You can be in your pyjamas if you want to.
You don't have to comb your hair,
you don't have to do any of that
and so there's nothing self-conscious about it.
I think we should do this show in our pyjamas.
I'm going to put the idea forward later on.
If you want to see the full interview,
head to the Blue Peter website... bbc.co.uk/bluepeter
You can hear more from Taron Egerton, Matthew's co-star,
about that movie. Now, though, it's time for the Big Badge Wall.
-Time to look at your talents.
-That's right. Come on over.
It's looking very good. There's sparkles, there's colour.
We've even got Malina and Louis to come and help read out...
They're loving you today. Malina, you've found some post.
-Talk me through it.
-I did. I love the one of Badge Man by Luke.
He's from Preston and he got a blue badge.
I tell you what, he's got it pretty spot on, hasn't he?
-Take a look at this.
-Look at that!
-There he goes.
-Just for you, Luke. Just for you, that, mate.
Malina, where did you find Badge Man?
-The world may never know.
Now, look at what Louis and myself are currently wearing
around our waists - very proudly.
Clearly inspired by the WWE guests we had in a couple of weeks ago
Mine's made by Kai. Kai's from Sheffield.
Kai, you are a genius.
-Who's yours made by, Louis?
-Mine was made by Evan and Jack
-from Worcester and they got a silver badge.
-Thank you, guys.
-We love to hear from you. Keep your stuff coming in.
You never know, it could end up right here on the Big Badge Wall.
Those are the details that you need...
Also, don't forget that a Blue Peter badge gets you
into over 200 attractions across the UK.
-Please head to the website before you go out,
because sometimes the deals can change.
-Can you feel that?
-I can feel a make coming on.
Oh, yes, we'll be showing you how to make this,
your very own rooster lantern. Guys, I fancy a hand.
-Can you give me a hand?
-Yeah, I'd love to.
-Come on, Barn.
-It's as simple as that. Sorry, Linds.
-See you later, Linds.
So it's a very, very simple make. It's not really...
It only works with two of us...
All you need to make this fantastic creation is the following...
If you're going to build yourself a really sturdy lantern,
make sure you get some card, rather than paper.
It's thicker, it looks better and works a lot better as a lantern.
You want go vertically along the line and fold your line
right down the middle like that.
Now, the measurement you're going to need is two centimetres.
It works for two reasons.
Two centimetres in from the side is where you make your first cut.
And two centimetres from the top is where you stop.
You don't want to go all the way to the end, otherwise your
lantern is just going to be in pieces.
I'm going to show you just a few more of those
cos you know what you're doing.
Once you've gone all the way down, you'll end up with
-a piece of card that looks like this.
What you do now is fold it back on itself and you want the fold
to be on the outside cos you get that lovely little shape like that.
-Look at that.
-While I staple this together you can
-talk about the handle.
We've got a handle which has two purposes.
-I've taken two...
-Hello! It's alive!
-..two strips, rather,
of the A4 card and I've glued them together, or stapled them together.
And then once you slot that inside...
-.. the structure that Barney's got here,
you will then have a lantern which looks like this one here.
Now, the more observant ones amongst you may notice...
-I'll move that just to one side for a sec.
-OK. I'm sorry.
See, I'm already getting it wrong. I'm only helping out.
-I said two uses because... Can you give me a hand and lift it up?
Look at that there. There is our battery-powered candle.
-But I don't think it looks much like a rooster yet.
We need to get some legs on it. I can show you how to make those.
You're going to need... The yellow card that you've
already got, cut it into two strips like this.
-And then stick the ends together.
One goes over the top of the other,
that's why you've got a little crease,
fold that one over there like that and that will get you started.
I'm sure you've done this loads of times.
Just keep going like that until you eventually get to,
I don't know, maybe an inch from the top, and it will look like this.
-Now, these are the feet.
We've gone from naked feet because roosters don't wear shoes.
But you can give them shoes if you want to.
We have an example of that.
Some oval bits of card, decorate them like a shoe,
and some pipe cleaners there for the shoelaces.
It's really simple. Stick it all together and those are your feet.
The Blue Peter creation team are awesome at this kind of stuff.
They really are.
We'll keep the yellow card and I'm going to fold it over
because if we look for a split second at the finished
product you can see that we have a beak there.
So we're going to make the beak by folding over the yellow card.
I will stress this, measurements aren't that important for this make.
So I'm going to cut along the fold, about four centimetres,
and then I'm going to fold it into two right-angled triangles.
My old maths teacher would be very proud that I've called them
two right-angled triangles.
I'll fold them back and then I'm going to cut along the fold.
-Why don't you cut the fold itself?
OK, thank you for that one, because actually I should cut to the
side of the fold cos it makes it look that extra bit special.
Once you've cut along you will then have a beak,
if I open this out, which says, "Man, I'm doing a Blue Peter make."
That is well clever, yeah.
Now we're going to have to have our... This bit here is
-called the comb, and this bit at the back is called the tail.
For that, you've made a fan before, a million times, I'm sure you have,
you want to make a big fan and a small fan.
The small fan is the comb and the big fan is the tail.
And all you do really is just take a staple,
a stapler, and you stick them to the back of your rooster,
the big one at the back, and the small one at the front.
-I'm a real fan of this make.
-I like what you did there.
Once you've done that it will look like this.
As you can see. But as you can see, our rooster can't see.
Which is where these fantastic eyes come in.
I've just been... I've been rather creative there
-and just drawn around...
OK, when I say "I", what I mean is the awesome Blue Peter creation team.
-Are they level, those eyes?
-I've got it. Yes, just about.
And there you have your very finished rooster.
-What do you reckon, guys in the audience?
-It's amazing, isn't it?
If you have a go yourself, please take a photo and send it in to us.
Even if it's not to celebrate Lunar New Year.
-Who are you?
I just thought, I wondered if you had any information about
-a competition that's coming up?
-It's funny you say that, Rooster.
-What's your name, Rooster?
-Rocky the Rooster.
-Well, Rooster the Rocky, which one is it?
-It's Rocky, I think it is.
It's Rocky. Rocky.
Yeah. While we're talking about roosters... Can I stand up now?
-Yes, please do.
-There's a quiz online
when you go and find out the details you need to make this make.
It's, do you know your roosters or not?
Find out by going and doing that.
-Spend some hours on there.
-Rocky wants to know if we've
got any competitions.
The answer is absolutely 100% affirmative, squire.
All you have to do is jump onto the Blue Peter website,
download this form here, and this will give you access to what
I think is the greatest Blue Peter competition of all time.
-Don't believe me? Watch this.
-You're very good.
Get set...for a massive competition.
The biggest global sporting events of 2017 are coming to London.
And with them the greatest athletes on the planet,
all competing for gold at the World Para Athletics and the IAAF
World Championships, London, 2017.
And one of you is going to play a massive part.
One lucky Blue Peter viewer will get to design both mascots for
the London 2017 Championships. Oh, yes.
The winning designs will be made into the official mascots that
will rub shoulders with the likes of
Mr Usain Bolt, Jonnie Peacock, Hannah Cockroft, and Mo Farah.
And judging your entries are two gold-medal-winning superstars.
Double Paralympic and triple World and European gold medallist -
And Olympic, triple World and European champion -
Not only will your designs be turned into the official mascots of
and be seen all over the world by millions of fans,
you'll also get tickets to the Championships,
receive a VIP tour of the London stadium,
and come face-to-face with some of the best athletes in the world.
This is off the charts.
To win this amazing prize you need to come up with...
You need to give them names.
They should be friends and
passionate about athletics.
They must be your own design.
You can't copy any logos or
anything to do with Blue Peter,
including the badge.
And you need to write a paragraph
you came up with them.
We are so excited to be judging this competition, and it's
a once-in-a-lifetime prize, so give it your best shot.
Make sure you create two designs, one for each competition,
and don't favour any particular country or athlete.
We must receive your entries by noon on 10th February,
so get designing.
All the details on how to enter are on the Blue Peter website.
So what are you waiting for?
It's time to get involved with something special.
-Look how happy he is.
Best competition ever!
Yeah, OK. But sit down.
-Make sure you get the correct postage,
that's really important.
For example, if you are sending in an A4 poster like this,
you will need a large envelope stamp, which you can see just there.
Make sure you do do that, otherwise you could get disqualified.
-And that ain't good.
-OK, before we go, let's do Spot Shelley.
Where was Shelley?
Shelley was in the Series of Unfortunate Events game.
And there it is, a little clip. That's a really tiny Shelley.
That was well spotted, whoever it was. Louis, can you tell us?
-It was Blue Violet Mini Baker.
-Blue Violet Mini Baker.
Congratulations, you have won a house in Spain and your own pony.
-You haven't really. I'm joking about that, aren't I?
-No. Stop it.
Fan club hour starts straight after the show,
so make sure you head there for more games, you can chat
to other BP fans. Get online.
Whilst you're there... I'll do this bit.
Whilst you're there, make sure you download the application form.
Cut that out and decorate our faces.
Remember to send us your jokes, please, because we are going to be
collecting them and sticking them on our huge, great big totaliser.
That's a nice shiny shot over there. Thank you very much.
Next week's show will be an absolute redolcatron, corkatron,
cos Europe's Strongest Man will be pulling a double-decker bus
-with his arms and legs.
-That can't be true.
Don't forget to send us your jokes.
We can show you what's going to happen.
We want to collect as many as we can.
Your favourites, we're going to put them into the totaliser
and get right to that top.
-There's my sock!
The young stars of A Series of Unfortunate Events visit the studio to talk about the new series. The team celebrate the Lunar New Year with a fantastic rooster lantern that you can make at home and Barney showcases his photography and comedy skills.