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Rad, look at all the amazing stuff inside this cauldron.
Yeah, Linds, these are the prizes
for our brand-new Worst Witch web competition,
-which we are about to launch today.
-Thanks, I'll have this.
-Linds, it's a prop, it's not real.
-That's going to hurt.
-Ow, I think it's a prop.
Hello and welcome to live Blue Peter!
Coming up on today's show - magic and football.
Linds, I'll make that football disappear right here, right now.
-No, you won't.
-Absolutely will. Pass it here.
-OK, go on.
-Sorry, new ground.
-Actually did hear something.
Whoops! Coming up on today's show, we are going to be announcing
the shortlist of the Blue Peter Book Awards 2018.
AUDIENCE WHOOP Thanks, guys! It is exciting.
And we've also got another brand-new competition.
Indeed, all I'm saying is if you like your witches and if you like
them the worst possible kind, you're going to love this competition.
Someone who doesn't love it, look, is our little Shell.
-She's come dressed as a witch. How cute does she look?
And that's because as ever, we are of course playing Spot Shelly
but hang on, people, today it's with a difference.
Instead of spotting her, you have to listen out for Shelly.
So, if you hear this noise... CACKLING
-Is that you laughing?
-No, it's Vics.
So, if you hear that noise at any point,
do get online and let us know.
And the reason we're doing that is because a lot of people
take for granted the ability to see clearly.
So, I went to try out a very special sport.
Welcome to Headingley, one of the country's top cricket grounds.
But today, I'm not just here for a nice little sit in the sun. Oh, no.
You may remember a couple of years ago,
Radzi and I took on a bowling challenge.
And it's safe to say, I wasn't particularly great.
But this is Blue Peter, which means
we don't do things by halves, oh, no.
I'm going to step it up a notch and later on today,
I'm going to be out on that pitch
giving cricket a go, but with a difference.
Meet some of the stars of visually impaired cricket.
These guys aren't just ace with bat and ball,
they do it with little or no vision.
Whoa, they don't mess about!
But how does it work? Well, I'm meeting coach John to find out.
So, John, it's great to meet you and it's really exciting to be here.
How exactly does visually impaired cricket work?
Well, it's not a lot different from mainstream cricket, really.
A few little rule changes, we have sight categories.
Everybody severely visually impaired down to totally blind,
and we have four different categories.
..but that high partial is very severely impaired.
But we need those people on the outfield to do the fielding.
Otherwise, if everybody's totally blind,
it'd be a bit of a struggle.
-Yes, it's a real teamwork sport, isn't it?
-It is, yes.
As you can see behind,
the ball's a size-3 football filled with ball bearings.
So, you can hear the ball. And it's all about communication.
I was going to say there's a lot of chat going on behind us.
-Yeah, that's key.
-So, how can I get involved today?
Well, we've got what we call simulation specs,
which replicate various eye conditions,
so we'll get you in those.
The simulation specs mean I can experience what it's like
to be visually impaired.
The first category I'm trying is B3, or mid partial.
Even that's quite off-putting.
Can't see your face properly,
-I've got no peripheral vision at this point. OK...
I'm ready for the ball.
And now you're going to have a ball coming towards you.
John starts me off with some basic fielding.
-I always tell you when it's coming towards you.
-OK, it's coming towards you, John.
What are you doing on Saturday?
SHE LAUGHS Sign me up!
Once I'm comfortable with the ball, we move on to batting practice.
Oh, my gosh! Boom!
-That's a good start. That's not bad.
It's time to step up to the B2 shades,
which are just one level below totally blind.
Wow, already that's much harder. I'm not going to lie.
-That made me jump.
-I'll roll it back to you, John.
-Roll it back, yeah.
-This is such a strange sensation.
But by using the sound of the ball coming towards me,
I managed to hit a few.
My hearing and how much I was trying to listen
went through the roof then.
Because you're relying on it so much more when you can't see.
However, things are about to get harder.
The final part of my challenge is out on the actual Headingley pitch.
As home team Yorkshire break for lunch,
I'm going to be facing six balls from top bowler Shah.
And that's not all, I'll be wearing B1 shades,
meaning I'll have no vision at all.
This is going to be tough.
I feel so vulnerable!
Here we go, ball number one.
Oh! Did I get out? Stop it!
Ball three isn't much better either.
Kalil, this is just going to go for six. Just so you know, mate.
As well as dealing with no vision,
I'm also struggling to hear the ball bounce out here on the soft grass.
I'm not out again?
This is becoming a farce.
How many times have I been out?
Pressure's on, I've only been out five times.
This is it, my final chance.
I just want to hit one.
Yes! I hit it.
Well, it wasn't pretty. But hey, I hit a ball that I couldn't even see.
So, that's something.
That has got to be one of the most difficult sports I've ever tried.
And it just goes to show there is a sport out there for everyone.
So, give VI cricket a go, it's amazing!
And guess what, you'll be better than me.
That's true, you will be better than me.
There's an audio descriptive version of that film on the BP website,
so make sure you check it out.
I don't need to tell you this
but cricket fans will know The Ashes have started.
CHEERING Yes, we're excited!
If you want to keep up to date with that, BBC Radio 5 Live.
Radzi, calm down.
Now, from cricket to football, let's welcome the amazing Dan Freedman!
-Dan, I should say welcome back to BP.
You've been on a few times.
You are of course the star author of Jamie Johnson, which I love.
Talk to me about this book, because this is the final book
in the Jamie Johnson series, but it's a new edition.
What's going on? I'm confused.
So, Linds, you know that Jamie Johnson,
his life is not perfect, he doesn't win every game.
So, I thought I would end the series on a cliff-hanger,
so we weren't sure. But the problem was...
Which is good, we like a cliff-hanger.
I thought it was but the problem was the readers said,
"We're not having that, we need more."
And so, this new edition has got a bit more.
Basically, the fans kicked off?
They're my bosses, they want to know what happened,
so I've told them what's happened.
OK, so can you tell us what happened, then?
I think you know I'd like you to read the actual book.
OK, that is sure, I will read the book instead.
What you're great at, Dan, is you love getting readers
who don't think they're readers into books.
So, anyone watching BP now who thinks,
"Books aren't really for me," what's your advice?
Because they are for everyone, aren't they?
First thing I would say is I was exactly the same at school.
I didn't think I liked reading at all.
Second thing I'd say is find out what it is you're passionate about.
Make the decisions, so it's your book or magazine or comic
that you choose yourself.
Third thing is actually think about your surroundings.
So, we're now somewhere quite comfortable,
it's quite quiet, that might be a good way to read.
Similarly, if there's music, it's whatever you like
to make yourself feel comfortable,
that's the way to help yourself read.
Great advice. Now, listen, we've had... You've got so many fans,
and they've all been writing in, your little bosses, saying,
"I want to ask Dan questions."
But it would be a bit boring to do a Q and A, so instead,
we're going to do the Dan Freedman Penalty Shoot-Out Quiz!
This is an interview with a difference.
Dan, whilst you gather yourself,
we'd like you to kick these sticky footballs
into those numbered squares. The number determines
the Blue Peter viewer that will get to ask you a question.
-Are you up for it?
-I'll give it a go.
-Dan, off you go, my friend!
-Come on, come on...
-We are live.
OK, so, five, let's have a look.
Hello, my name is Kimm,
and my question for Dan is,
what football team do you support?
-So, Kimm, my dad took me to Spurs when I was three, so...
-..that's my team.
-Same as my dad. OK, off we go.
Change it, Radz!
-Four, great. Question four.
Hi, my name's Harrison.
And I'm William.
And we want to know...
Who is your footballing hero?
-William and Harrison, that's a tough one.
I'd say Johan Cruyff. He kind of made the modern game.
Good answer, Dan. Next ball, next ball! Go!
-Oh! Go again, go again!
-That was three, wasn't it?
-Yeah, stay on three.
-There we go.
-Oh, it's dropped off!
My name is Jemima,
and my question for you is,
what inspired you
to write about football?
Jemima, I was really lucky, I worked in football,
I went to two World Cups as a journalist,
so it was all those experiences that I wanted to put into the books.
-Shall we do one more?
-Dan, I might have erroneously thrown one on.
-Shall we go for question one?
-Go for one.
-Question one, let's have a look.
-Here we go.
-This is Kamari.
Hi, Dan. My name's Kamari.
Who would be in your dream
five-a-side football team?
-Kamari, that is a brilliant question.
I'm going Buffon in goal, and then I'm going to go Neymar,
I'm going to have Pirlo as a midfielder,
-and then Messi and Ronaldo upfront. How does that sound?
-Exactly what I would have said.
-Brilliant, two, let's have a look.
Hello, Dan Freedman. My name is Daniel
and I would like to ask you a question.
If you weren't an author, what would you be?
Oh, Daniel, very good question. I know what it would be,
I would be a sports commentator, like on The Ashes Tonight,
because you can be there, you can share the atmosphere
and share your passion for it.
-Dan, we love having you on, that was amazing.
-Kicking those live as well. Thank you so much for being on the show today.
Also, thank you at home for sending in those questions,
because they were awesome!
If you didn't see yours, by the way, fear not, because Dan,
you're sticking around afterwards to do a web chat,
so do head to Fan Club Live if you want to chat to Dan.
And as well as that, you've been doing loads for us -
you've been writing a story with BP fans?
Last couple of weeks on the website, we've been writing
a Jamie Johnson original short story together,
the fans have written it and it's really, really good, very impressed.
Amazing, thank you, Dan.
Now, while we're on the subject of amazing authors,
it's time for the shortlist of the BP Book Awards 2018.
The Blue Peter Book Awards have essentially been celebrating
some of the best children's authors, illustrators and reads
since the year 2000.
That's right, previous winners are Michael Morpurgo,
Oliver Jeffers, Liz Pichon - some legends, basically.
So without further ado,
-the shortlist for the Blue Peter Book Awards...
-We can't say yet!
-Over to the professionals first. Ssh!
In what has been a special year for books,
picking the best is not going to be easy,
so we've assembled a top team of judges to narrow it down.
Let's meet the team who have to pick the three fact
and three fiction finalists in this year's Blue Peter Book Awards.
First up, Laura Dockrill -
poet, author and illustrator extraordinaire.
Reading is complete escapism.
I feel with a book in your hand, you can go anywhere, be anybody.
Laura will be joined by authors and stars of BBC Radio 1,
Greg James and Chris Smith.
Well, we're looking for
a story that can really
ignite your imagination,
and a real page turner.
If books were football teams, which they're not,
-but if books were football teams, this is a World Cup final.
Our next judge isn't just any school librarian -
it's School Librarian of the Year, Amy McKay.
A child who reads has better life choices.
There's nothing better than a book.
And finally, it's boss of Blue Peter, Ewan Vinnicombe.
This year, we are at Seven Stories,
the national centre for children's books in Newcastle upon Tyne.
So, let the deliberations begin.
It starts off as one book, turns into another halfway through.
The facts themselves were really quite dry.
It's a natural storytelling voice.
After reading the year's best books,
agreeing on a final shortlist is really hard.
Do you look at a page and go, oh, how pretty it is,
and how much more do you know when you come away from it?
It's a really great read.
I would thoroughly recommend it to my niece and nephew, and have done.
-Well, it's a good read.
OK, so is everyone happy with the selection here?
So, after hours of discussion, the results are in,
and the judges have come to a decision.
In the storybook category, Wed Wabbit by Lissa Evans.
11-year-old Fidge is flung into the world
of her little sister Minnie's favourite story,
where the Wimbley Woos only speak in rhyme.
Fidge must solve puzzles to escape, and if she fails,
she'll be stuck in a world where Wed Wabbit rules.
The Island At The End Of Everything, by Kiran Millward Hargrave.
Ami lives happily on the island of Culion
in the Philippines with her mum.
When the horrible Mr Zamora comes to the island,
Ami is forced to leave everything she's ever known.
And though she tries to get back home, will things ever be the same?
The Wizards Of Once, by Cressida Cowell.
Wish and Xar are from two different tribes,
living in magical ancient Britain.
Wish has got her hands on a secret object she will do anything
to hide, and Xar will do anything to get his hands on it.
In the fact book category,
Corpse Talk: Ground-Breaking Scientists, by Adam and Lisa Murphy.
Packed with incredible interviews with history's most awesome
scientists, Corpse Talk is a hilarious comic book
that brings the dead to life. Get ready to dig the dirt
and uncover more on history's ground-breaking scientists.
Beyond the Sky: You And The Universe, by Dara O Briain,
illustrated by Dan Bramall.
Hop on board the funniest space flight ever,
for an astonishing and incredible journey through the solar system.
This book reveals some of the fascinating secrets of space,
its exploration and the science behind it all.
Real-Life Mysteries by Susan Martineau,
illustrated by Vicky Barker.
Delve into some of the most intriguing mysteries to ever exist.
Heard of Shackleton's ghostly companion,
or the Loch Ness Monster and friends?
Examine the mysterious cases,
and perhaps you will be the one to uncover the truth.
And there we go, and here they are now.
A massive thank you to Greg, Chris, Amy
and Laura for being such wonderful judges.
But now, it's actually over to you, because many of you
up and down the country will get the chance to be a judge
and actually help decide the two winners, but that
winner won't be announced until March 2018 on World Book Day...
-I know, Linds.
-What are we going to do?!
Well, I'm going to do a happy dance,
as we transition over to the big badge wall!
Go on, then. Oh, a moving happy dance, this is nice,
-shame we didn't get a shot of it.
Have a look at the big badge wall this week,
covered in all your glorious, scrummy post.
This is from Mia, who's eight, it's kind of under the sea,
she was inspired when we had the Blue Planet II team on.
We've got little shells there saying, "Stop climate change,"
which is very important.
A big blue whale, little clams here, it's amazing, thank you, Mia,
you've earned yourself a badge.
Also, thank you to all of you who've sent in freefall post.
The last part was last week on the show, so you can still see
that on iPlayer, but Lois - feast your eyes on this 3D post -
this is me, freefalling, in 3D, with my mate Pudsey,
and just look at my 3D hair!
Lois, I love it, and you've just earned yourself a blue BP badge.
-Radz, that is so good, you're going to love this as well.
This has been sent in by Seryn -
freefall is officially trending on the badge wall, people,
look at that, she's got a silver badge,
it's you doing your freefall, there is your parachute, and on top,
it I turn it, it says, "Good luck, Radzi!"
-I did that really well.
Somebody else who's done something very well is Nelly,
she sent in this picture of me,
because I was on Strictly last week, and it's sort of me
and my dance partner Chloe moulded into one, with a massive Afro
and a massive smile on my face. Nelly, thank you very much.
-You look great in a dress!
Thank you so much for all your post, keep it coming to the usual address
and remember, if you get one of these, a BP badge,
you can get into over 200 attractions across the UK...
-Maybe boys only today?
-# For free! #
Right, that was bad! Bad!
One of those badges is this little beauty here,
the Blue Peter orange badge - you only get this
if you enter a competition.
This year alone, over 28,000 of you have entered competitions,
and here, by the way, is another one.
Earlier this year, The Worst Witch burst onto our screens
and became an instant CBBC hit.
Now the team are back, working on series two,
which is due out in the New Year.
I met up with Bella, who plays Mildred, to find out more.
Bella, if there's one thing
we love on Blue Peter, it's a bit of gossip.
What gossip can you tell us about the new series?
-OK, well, I can't tell you much, but it's quite dramatic...
..there is some roof action, some orange gunge,
and some relationship disasters.
How cool is it to act in the Worst Witch?
It's so good, just...
Magic becomes real in The Worst Witch,
and Mildred is a complex character,
there's some really funny scenes and then there's some really
serious stuff, like finding out who her dad is, and...
Yeah, so it's a big range, so I really like it.
Obviously The Worst Witch would be nothing without magic,
and on-screen magic is often created using computers.
Can you tell us a little bit about the computer graphics?
Yeah, there's different aspects to it actually.
Before everything's done in postproduction, a shot can
look quite normal, and then they can just make complete magic happen.
Like, with the potions, if it has to pop or bubble,
then they'll put the pop and bubble effects in afterwards.
And talking about magic,
-I've seen actual flying happen in The Worst Witch.
-You'd like to fly?
-I can take you.
-Can you really?
-Yeah. That way.
Bella, there are green screens, and then there are GREEN SCREENS.
-This is the GREEN SCREEN. Look at it!
We do a lot of flying,
so there's a big rig here which basically acts as a seesaw,
so weights go on one end which make you fly up on the other end,
which is quite scary.
And then there's this little bouncy rig, which is quite fun actually.
-Quick question for you.
-See, that's got a seat, but there's no-one sat on it.
-Yeah. Funny, that.
-Can I go on it now?
-Go for it.
OK, then, good people,
it's time for my first ever experience on a broomstick.
I think I'm going to like it. This is very wobbly.
OK, wait for it, three, two, one.
And we're off. Oh, yeah!
Feel the speed! Wow! Hello!
Hey, Mum! I'm going to change the background. Wait for it...
OK, that's it, the fun's over, but the fun isn't over for you,
because you can actually get involved
with The Worst Witch as well.
"How?" I hear you ask. Via this awesome competition.
We've teamed up with The Worst Witch
to bring you a spellbinding competition.
You could bag yourself some real-life props from the set.
To be in with a chance, you need to answer a Worst Witch question
that you'll find on the Blue Peter website.
And this is what you'll win - a cauldron filled with...
It's empty. Bella? Where are they?
-You've got to go and collect them, and your time starts now!
It's a bat. A pumpkin. Esmeralda.
My favourite picture of Lindsey ever.
Eye of newt. A witch's basket for all the apples of course.
Hello, look, this is going to be really heavy.
It's not really. It's made of plastic.
Happy birthday to me!
Spiders eyes. An actual broomstick!
And that is nearly my time up!
..everything I could.
-But thank you for giving us access to this incredible set.
Thank you for coming. It's been great to have you.
I hope you enjoy the rest of the series.
I'll be honest, I'm very jealous.
Aw, well, don't forget to watch it on CBBC.
Do not forget to check out all the details on the BP website,
if you want to win all this stuff.
I'm tired, Bella.
How good was Bella?
Well, you will get to win not only the broomstick from the actual
show, not only everything inside this cauldron,
not only the Blue Peter orange badge,
but you'll also get to earn the pride of the knowledge
of knowing that you've won a Blue Peter competition.
All the T's and C's, the terms and conditions,
are on the Blue Peter website. It's really straightforward.
Just answer one question, and get it right, people.
Of course, there can only be one winner and you only actually have
one chance to enter, and you could win all of this, like Radzi said.
And you never know,
you might actually spot these items on your telly
when the brand-new series starts in the New Year on CBBC, so enter.
The closing date is in just one week's time, on Friday,
1st December, so please get applying, people.
Now a man who likes a trick or two himself,
would you please welcome to Blue Peter Radio 1's Matt Edmondson!
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
-Welcome to Blue Peter.
-Are you all right? Thanks for having me.
-Matt, what's this?
-This is a magic trick. Do you want to see it?
-OK, up here we have a prediction.
That is saved for the end.
And down here we have an illustration by Gary Parsons, the
illustrator of my book, which I'll tell you more about in a second.
It's obviously of you and Lindsey, but it needs colouring in.
-I can do that.
-So, I have some pens here. I also have a blindfold.
Do me a favour. Check that no-one can see through that.
I'm going to put that on and you are going to colour this
picture in as you choose. So, let me stick the blindfold on there.
Now, somewhere on here there are some pens,
so if you wouldn't mind, grab a pen for me, any one you want.
And we'll start by colouring in your hair if that's all right.
Colour your hair on that picture.
Now, you could be colouring it red or purple or green or yellow
-or blue, I don't know. Once you've done, put the pen away.
-And grab another pen for me, OK?
This time let's do your trousers, all right?
You might be getting some bright yellow trousers or
some bright green trousers. Whatever the case...
I'm going really quickly.
-All right, then, put the pen away grab another pen for me.
You've got another one, we'll do your...
Let's do your top here.
So, colour in your T-shirt there.
Hopefully you're looking at yourself thinking,
-"Yes, this is an outfit for my future, I look good here."
-Grab another pen for me.
-Yes. Got one.
This time we're going to do Lindsey's hair, so colour her hair in.
At this point she could be having blue hair,
she could be having yellow hair or red hair or whatever the case.
And then finally grab the last pen.
And we're going to colour in her outfit.
I'm excited to know what happens next.
OK, so am I, because this trick doesn't always work.
-So, you've coloured in a little picture.
-Is it done?
-I hope so.
How did you do?
-That is awful, mate.
-I know, I know.
That's awful. Look at that. You've not even gone up against the lines.
What have you got? You've gone for red hair, interesting!
Green hair for Lindsey. OK, that's nice.
A yellow one-piece jumpsuit over here.
And you had free choice, all right?
You're picking out whichever pen you wanted...
Yeah, but I think I might have ruined it, though.
No, it looks pretty good, because take a look at the prediction.
Gary, who drew the picture, coloured this in earlier.
It's been there the whole time. Open up and have a look.
OK, so I'm going to open this up.
If this is even close, then I'll be absolutely flabbergasted.
You are absolutely... Look at that!
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
Gary went for the red hair, he went for the purple, the blue,
-the yellow and the green.
-Give this man a round of applause!
-Thank you very much.
-Matt, thank you very much indeed, sir.
But you're not even a magician, are you?
No, no, I normally work on the radio, I'm a Radio 1 DJ,
and magic is a hobby for me that has spiralled out of control.
And it's spiralled out of control into this book,
-The Greatest Magician In The World.
-Tell us about this.
-This is a book I wish I had when I was a kid.
It's a book which tells a story of Elliot,
who goes on an adventure to find the greatest magician in the world.
And along the way he meets loads of other magicians and let me
show you inside the book, because there's
loads of envelopes in here, cos every magician teaches him
a trick, and you can pull it out of the book
and learn how to do the trick, instructions are inside as well.
-Do you have a favourite trick inside that...?
-From that book?
Yes, my favourite one actually is right here.
It involves this piece of magic money, little banknotes.
And a receipt as well.
So, if I put them together and wrap the receipt around the money,
so you can see, and then grab a pencil, I'm going
to push this all the way through the banknote.
-You can see it going through.
-Yeah, I can see that.
-In fact it's making quite a big, messy hole there.
-Can I pull it through?
There we go. You can see the hole here, but if I open the banknote...
-..the hole disappears.
Now, there is still one in the receipt,
but the hole in the banknote has magically restored.
And as I said, all the instructions of how to do that trick and six others are inside that book.
I'd put it on my Christmas list if I were you.
-I have no idea how you've done that, Matt.
-Well, thanks very much.
Is there any trick that people at home could do, perhaps
with trinkets at home, but aren't in the book necessarily?
Yes, so, this is a trick that you can do right now.
All you need to do is get an elastic band.
In fact, let me give one of these to you as well.
That, an elastic band, and a ring.
I'm gone for one from a key ring here, so dig those out of your junk drawer.
And you need to make sure that this is just one piece of elastic, so cut it or tear it in half.
Then you're going to put the ring onto the elastic band like this.
-You're actually showing us how to do this?
-Well, let me show you the trick first.
Cos the trick works like this.
I'm going to concentrate on that ring and try and make it move...
-It's going upwards!
-All the way up. I'll try and go...
-It's coming up here!
-It's actually defying gravity...
..and going all the way up and that is a trick that you can do right now.
-Shall I show you how it works?
-Please, yes, please!
So, get your elastic. Put about half of it secretly into your right hand.
And then hold it like I was with the ring at the bottom.
You are then going to slowly release the elastic
band from your hand at the bottom here
and that will carry the ring up, so I'm actually letting it
go between my thumb and my finger here. See, there's less in here now, it's going up.
Matt, you know what? That is actually, it's not as good as you, but that is working!
Listen, for your first try, that's not bad. We'll make a magician out of you yet.
-Matt Edmondson, massive round of applause for this legend.
-Thank you, Radzi.
-CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
-If you would like to see more of Matt, please jump onto
the Blue Peter website, and whilst you're there, there's also a whole lot of this.
THEY HUM A FANFARE
She blinked! I win against Debbie McGee! I win everything!
-Matt, you're so clever.
-Hey, thanks very much.
-That was really good.
So's Dan Freedman, by the way, cos you're sticking around
after the show, aren't you, for a bit of a chat with our fans?
And you've written a story with our BP fans.
Well, they've written it, World Class, a brand-new
Jamie Johnson story, written by the Blue Peter fans.
Cannot wait for that. Head online.
Now, normally we do a Spot Shelly at this point, but this is Spot Shelly, however, with a difference.
It's Hear Shelly. So, Matt, where and when did we hear Spot Shelly?
Well, remember when Dan was doing his football earlier on, you might have heard this.
Well done if you did, and particularly well done to
Turquoise Owl and to Princess Sparkle. Good work.
-It's still in the ceiling!
We'll see you next week when we've got Anne-Marie here,
we're going to go behind the scenes on CBBC's The Dengineers.
We're also going to be showing you how to make this, by the way,
we're going to end this show with this awesome...
Wait for it, it's going to open!
-We're going to show you how to make that!
-We'll see you next week! That's good!