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you how to make a personalised Father's Day card. That is my dad!

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He is a legend. All this week, the Queen plus Mac coronation

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celebrations have been taking place. We got the inside story on reviewers

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on the throne. And 100 years since the first Bollywood -- Bollywood

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film. We are celebrating with record!

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It is sunny so we are in the garden. It is a gorgeous day so we thought,

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why not do the show in the garden? Lets start off with an exciting

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thing I have found out this week. 1983 people have been in touch this

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week. That is incredible. Let's make it over 2000 next week. Let's start

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up with the things you have sent in. Trending this week, the juggling

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balls you made last week. The bigger ones that Lauren made. Think she has

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blonde hair on that might be need, but it might be you. Then they very

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much for that. Letters look at Eddie plasma. -- eddies. His looks like an

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owl, waving. Pauly made pink juggling ball. Very cute indeed.

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had an Egyptologist in the studio last week. He was showing us what is

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inside sarcophagi. And Sarah sent this in. Apparently I am inside a

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sarcophagus. And Helen is the evil feral giving me captive. Adding a

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look quite glamorous! -- I think I look quite glamorous. Ruby made a

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brooch out of the zebras. She is seven and from Hull. Thank you for

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sending that end. You have been very busy sending stuff but you are not

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the only people who have been busy. The Queen is our rating 60 years on

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the throne. She has been parking along with our bhangra party, later

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on. We have a party theme going on. That will be our question for today.

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If you could throw a party, who would you invite, and why? You are

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definitely got an idea. I want to invite one direction and Elton John.

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Why have been told off by the big bosses upstairs, because I'm looking

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about dog. what party would you hold, and why? There a lot of things

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we could do. I'm want to talk about this card, sent in by Penny. It is

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such a fantastic card. Look what happens, you pull that down, I,

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love, Blue Peter. We thought, what can we do with this, so we're going

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to turn it into a Father's Day card. Come this way. I've got some friends

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with me. Guys, Father's Day is a week away so we are going to make a

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Father's Day card inspired by penny. I'd hear that you guys are quite

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into this sort of thing. Is that fair? Yes. What you normally make?

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Last year, I wrote my dad up on. Normally, I'd like to reuse things.

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-- I wrote my dad a poem. Ie make things out of things that have

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already been used. Turn off now, Maisie was my dad, because we're

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going to make one for you. Anna and Mohammed are also here. You happy to

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get cracking? This is complicated, but bear with us because the details

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are on the website. So you could watch and enjoy this. And then we

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can catch up with the details later. Or you could watch again on the eye

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Or you could watch again on the eye player. -- iPlayer. The first thing

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you need to do is head over to the website and print this template.

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What you need to do is cut out the What you need to do is cut out the

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shapes, until you end up with four squares like this. And two oblongs.

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You guys are going to start decorating. All will become apparent

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later. And the dotted lines, you need to fold them. Keep folding, all

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the way, concertina in the card. Next, take the other oblong like

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this, and put glue in the middle, and stick it to the middle. You want

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the gloopy Mac -- do you want to the glue? And you put the oblong in the

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middle of the square. Next, you need to take a piece of card, and fold it

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in half. And stick the waterfall section to the front. So put a bit

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of glue there, and a little bit of glue there, and stick that down. If

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you have done that right, the edges will be stuck down but the pieces in

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the middle, you should be able to fold them through. So it goes up and

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down. OK, how are your squares going? Is going all right? Know when

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you decorate your squares, decorate from the bottom up. So won my first

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piece of card, I'm going to draw a start. -- draw a star. And then if

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you stick that on to the square in the middle like that. And then you

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put the next square on the tab above. Only put glue on the bit you

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can see. Your layering the card. You're just layering the top. Talk

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us through what is on your card? have stuck pieces of card with my

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dad was my face on it. so this is your dad, and you're putting

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pictures of him on his card. Mohammed, you were drawing on your

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squares, which is what we have done with this one. What you going to

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drop? I'm going to do the same, copying that one is a template.

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it working for you two? You are at the decorating stage. Happy Father's

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Day. Good job, guys. Quite proud of that! If you decided to have a go at

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making one of these, all the details are on our website and you can watch

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this section back on the eye player tomorrow and have a look at it stage

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by stage. That's amazing.I love sheep, dad. What does that mean? I

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love you, I'm only joking. Thank you love you, I'm only joking. Thank you

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for helping us out. From the stuff you send us, we have learned that

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you like to be great if, sing songs, and even books are big on your list.

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But it is not just reading, you also love writing them. IPhone that out

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last week when went to the Hay Festival. -- I found that out. I am

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in Hay-on-Wye in Wales, at the Hay Festival. When you hear the word

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festival you probably think of music and tense and burger vans. Well,

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this one is a bit different. This place is all about books. Books,

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books and more books. What a perfect place to announce the winners of

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this year plus 500 words competition. In January, we appeared

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on the breakfast show on Radio 2 to announce accommodation. I'm here to

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announce the winners live on air. But before we announce the winners,

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however chosen? There were 90,000 entries. The judging process is

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huge. We get down to the final 50 and then we go to broadcasting house

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with the other judges, including Richard Hammond, and spend two hours

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reading them. It could have been all day. Malorie Blackman was part of

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the panel, and was announced as the children's Laureate last week.

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was so hard, because the stories were so good. Last year, there was a

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lot of Twilight stories, Harry Potter stories, and this year, it is

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more fanciful. the time has come to announce the winners live on Radio

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2. Stone Age Steve and the Dragon. Tell us about the story. There is a

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boy, reduce and live in the village but he was banished. why?Because of

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his fights. Young Mackey other the point of view of five different

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people. the gold-medal winner is Roxana coin with the story, the

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starlings. What is the story about? it is about a girl walking down the

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beach. She sees the peer and she remember is that her grandmother has

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spoken about it. And then the starlings coming and other things

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happen. would like a bit of magic. I'm a big fan of jazz hands in

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interviews. My stories about Tiger being watched. He is not very happy

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about it. is that because you saw a tiger in a cage? It was from

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watching Africa, the TV show. series. Making mum and dad by Harry

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McMillan. he makes a complete mess of the living room. And his mum

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falls apart when she sees it, literally. And then his dad falls

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apart, so she remakes them -- so they remakes them with some little

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changes. Let's talk about a very important part of the festival, the

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person who read your story. It was by chance that I'm meant -- I met

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the one 96. He was opposite me on the line. I've smiled at him and he

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smiled back. We have been friends ever since. It was only when got the

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story that I thought, this is supposed to be a girl reading this.

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How do you think it went with me reading it? I think it went well. I

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think you were very good as a girl. The top 50 stories are available to

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read online on our website. Head over and have some fun. Now, if

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you'll excuse me, I have an important job to do. The first prize

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is Chris Evans height in boutiques. -- height in books. I've need to get

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some more. It is going to be a long day! It was a long day but it was a

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fantastic day. Congratulations to the winners. and congratulations to

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anybody who took part. It takes a lot of time and effort. So well

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done. If you want, you can enter next year. We address like this

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because we are celebrating 100 years of Bollywood films. We have some

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guys here from the Punjab Academy to show us some moves. Before we try

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some moves ourselves, they resort you need to know about Bollywood and

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45 seconds. Bollywood is the place to be with blockbusters -- for

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to be with blockbusters -- for blockbusters with the beat. 900

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films were produced in 2012. The film are -- the films are in

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Hinglish, a mixture of Hindi and English. This compares with just 400

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films in Hollywood. Part-timers! The UK sells up to 1.6 billion cinema

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tickets for Bollywood films every year, tiny compared to the 3 billion

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sold in India. Ollie would films cover everything from action, drama,

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love and laughs. What makes them different from your average

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Hollywood movie is that they usually include several song and dance

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routines of at least five minutes. And everyone loves a Bollywood

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movie. I'd defy anybody to watch that and not join in. As you can

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see, dancing is a massive part of the Bollywood movies, so Davinder is

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here to save me from this madness. Let's talk about the Punjab Academy.

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it is a creative arts service and creative Academy. We do DJ in,

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different types of drumming, and bhangra dancing. Do you mind if we

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dance how much has angry changed in 100 years? Lee Mack it has changed

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dramatically, from the traditional days where it was classical, and it

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used to be very feminine, but now we have lots of influences, belly

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dancing, tango, right through to bhangra dancing. But people talk

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about screwing the lightbulbs. I've heard it was to do with farming.

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Think the lightbulbs came from when our parents came to the UK, screwing

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lightbulbs. Where did it start?the land of Punjab, the farmlands. All

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the activities to place on the farmlands, we converted that into

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dance, celebrations. We have to join in. I can to help it!Come on in

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anti-just some moves. What are we going start with? first and

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foremost, bhangra, but you could call this screwing in the lightbulb.

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Join in at home. It is more fun on your feet! I have so many friends

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who Are watching this and they are use. Bottom left, bottom right. Top

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left, top right. Got that? Yes. Think so. Two, three, four. I like

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this! That is not easy.This is brilliant. You make it look

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effortless! Thank you so much. I could do this all day. Thankfully,

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you don't have to watch us doing much more. These guy also put on a

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performance for us later on. I can't wait for that. It is time for you to

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sit back. We have had the Diamond Jubilee, the Royal Wedding, but on

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Tuesday the Queen marked another milestone. She celebrated 60 years

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on the throne. We sent three Royal reporters to get the lowdown on the

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is Callum. We are about to grab our seats for one of the biggest Royal

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occasions of the year. We have had an exclusive invite to Westminster

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Abbey. We are going to be finding out more about what goes into the

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Coronation of a British monarch. a moment, she will enter the Abbey

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love food. I'm finding out more about a special coronation dish.

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Last year, CBBC helped me make over my local community centre. I am here

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to discover how the Royal Throne has been restored. I love singing. So

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I'm checking out what sort of music is played. A Coronation takes place

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in this massive Abbey. Their subjects, their country, and the

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Commonwealth... Music plays a huge part in the ceremony. I'm meeting

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the man in charge of music, James O'Donnell. James directs the choir.

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They sing at special occasions like a Coronation. James, why is music so

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important in a Coronation? The music expresses the sense of occasion, and

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the sense of history in a way that words alone can't do. Which song is

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the most famous? The Coronation music that's probably the most

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famous is This piece. Do you reckon I could have a go at singing?

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would be fine, yeah. This is I Was Glad which was sung at the opening

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of the Coronation. How about doing that on your own?

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# Vivat... # That was excellent. Thank you.Every

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party needs good food. I'm at a world famous school where Mary Berry

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trained and the current Bake Off winner is back at school. This is a

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place where a special recipe was created. It was just for the Queen's

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Coronation. Saffron is meeting the culinary food director and he's

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cooked for the Queen! What is the original recipe of coronation

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chicken? It was made up of chicken, apricot puree, curried spices and

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mayonnaise. Why don't we make it? Let's get on with it. We are

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poaching a chicken. This recipe was about 60 years ago. Was it unusual

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to have curry powder or curry flavouring then? Very much so. Which

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is why the Spices used are relatively mild, so it is not too

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strong. This was ahead of its time. Today you might eat this dish in

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sandwiches or on a jacket potato. Originally, it was created for a

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banquet for special guests of the Coronation. Has the recipe changed

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nowadays? Absolutely. Now you will see it with raisins, apple. This is

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the authentic, this is the original. Once cooked, we blend the curry

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sauce with the mayonnaise and add the chicken. Leaving In the fridge

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for an hour to chill. Finally, we plate it up. Coronation chicken as

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it was done in 1953. I get to try it! That chicken is really lovely.

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Where the sauce has marinated with it. We have a challenge here. Why

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can't we update it? Why not? While Saffron is rustling up a new take on

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an old dish, Aleem is finding more about the Coronation Chair. 26 kings

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and Queens have been crowned. He is meeting a restorer. It is a pretty

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old throne. Why did it need restoring? It Is a special throne.

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It was made in 1300. Why is this throne so important? There is

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something mystic about it. It is a powerful chair. That moment when

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they become the King or the Queen, or the monarch of England, that

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happens in this chair. What is all this writing? It is graffiti. It is

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very old. Most of it was done in the 18th Century. Some of it was done by

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schoolboys. Some of it was done by visitors. You know what? I have my

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crown. Can I be King for a Day? sit on the throne? I don't think so.

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I don't think the Queen would allow that. Nearly? Nice try! That seat is

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reserved for royalty. Back in the kitchen, Saffron and Alan are

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creating a new coronation chicken recipe. We are poaching chicken in

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heat-safe clingfilm with lime leaves and spices and creating a lighter

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sauce. That one tastes so nice. The chicken is really flavoursome. The

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sauce has a really nice tang. Saffron has come back to the Abbey

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so we can give our verdict on her dishes. Quite nice, this. I like the

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sauce. Has a great texture. Want to try the next one? Yes. This one

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tastes more modern. It looks as if it's been produced in one big

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machine. Do you agree? It is nice. prefer the other one. It had more

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texture. It tasted better. I liked the older one. It is more British. I

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felt more at home eating it. The food was great. Thank you very much.

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Aleem, I'm sorry you didn't get on the seat? Not really.I have brought

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some stuff to get into the mood. Here is a seat. Right. You hold

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that. You put this on. OK. We will have front row seats for the next

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Coronation. At least we have some food to keep us going! It could be a

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long time before the next one! least we are ready. Come on!

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Congratulations on a brilliant film. E-mails - who would you invite to a

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party and why? Oliver, I would invite my grand parents and have a

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custard pie party. Sarah says I would throw a chocolate party

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because chocolate is awesome. would have a In space and I would

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have -- I would have a party in space and I would invite Paloma

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Faith. Before we go any further, 400 million of you would choose One

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Direction to be at your party. Vicky would go on Karaoke with Jessie J.

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would invite all my friends. No adults. She would invite David

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Walliams. Thank you for getting in touch. The sun doesn't have to be

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ago. We will be trying to cook smoothies and cheesecake! This guy

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is an athlete. He will be taking part in an international competition

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