The winner of CBBC's Got What It Takes, Jorja, and CBBC's The Dengineers presenters Lauren and Joe visit the studio. Plus Lindsey and Radzi take on an ice hockey challenge.
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It's going to be a chilly show today, Radz.
At least we're ready for the thrills, chills
-and spills of the ice hockey challenge.
What are you guys talking about?
-It's bank holiday, it's bound to be hot. Check this out!
HAWAIIAN MUSIC PLAYS Oh, yeah, baby!
Oh, this is lovely.
CHEERING AND WHOOPING
-Hello, how are you?
Welcome to an ice-cold supercool show where later I'll show you how
-to make some unicorn ice cream.
Yes, ice cream made from unicorns. This is its horn and this is its...
-Stop it! That does look yummy, though.
Two people we won't be giving a frosty reception to are the
hosts of the Dengineers - we've got Lauren here and her brand-new
co-presenter Joe - look at them wave. And now they're hugging!
It's just beautiful.
They've got something to share with us - they are on
a Dengineers' mission.
And I've got something to share with you good people as well.
Look at this beautiful thing here.
No-one leaves Shelley out in the cold corner.
You might have found her now,
but can you find her later on in the show?
Barney, your ice cream is dripping on the floor. We'll need a mop!
First, let's get off to a very chilly challenge.
This takes a slippery surface,
a lot of padding and two presenters.
Get a mop!
It's one of the most action-packed, fastest sports on the planet.
It requires loads of power, accuracy, skill and balance.
Yeah, Radzi... I'm not sure we have ANY of those skills.
-Can you actually ice-skate?
-Yeah, I'm well good.
What could possibly go wrong?
We're about to find out exactly what CAN go wrong,
because we've come to the home of top team Manchester Storm
to give this frantic sport a go.
But before we get stuck in,
it's probably worth going through the rules of the game.
An ice hockey match consists of two teams with six players on each.
There's five outdoor players, like Taylor here.
And there's one goalie.
Mark Garside on home ice!
A match is split into three periods of 20 minutes,
so a full game is an hour long.
The aim of the game is to score goals
and, like with any sport, the team with the most goals wins.
In the event of a tie, it goes to a penalty shootout.
Enough talking! Let's start skating.
All right, all right - calm down, Radz.
We begin with a crash course in how to move on the ice
with skating coach Donna.
Keep the knees bent...
'I can't believe this. Donna is a genius. I'm actually ice-skating!'
'Yeah, let's not get carried away. We're not exactly naturals.'
Do you know what? It's actually tiring, being this bad at something.
And it's annoying,
cos it's a snow sport and I love snow sports and I can't ice-skate.
I don't know what you're talking about, Linds, I am LOVING this!
And I think we're ready to move on.
The man to show us how to do that,
Storm's youth coach, Simon.
Basics of ice-skating complete. Oops!
Still haven't got the brakes sorted!
What are we going to do next?
The next step is how to hold the stick properly.
If you're right-handed,
we'll have our left hand at the top of the stick.
-Right hand on the...
-Just like field hockey.
'To help us get used to holding the stick,
'Simon gives us some passing drills.'
Sorry, Radz! Smacked it!
'I am really getting into this.'
Passing is fun. I want to learn how to dribble.
'Don't get ahead of yourself, Radz.'
So we're going to hit our next drill up now. Dribbling around the cones.
-Bring it on.
-Do you think you can do it?
-I'll give it a go.
You make it look easy!
No! It was all going so well!
Keep that head up, Radzi...
'It's a bit annoying how good he is at this.
'Fear not, Linds - moving on the ice just isn't your thing.
'Yep, you can say that again. But Simon has got the position for me.
'The last line of defence, using every part of your body to keep the
'puck out of the net - and those pucks can travel at
'over 100mph, so I'll need to get changed.
'This cannot be good.'
I can barely move in this kit. Radz, push me. Not too fast, not too fast!
No, no, no!
'So, let me get this right - someone is going to hit that small
'black hard thing, and I have to stop it?'
Right, I need all the help I can get.
Please teach me how to be an amazing goalie.
Bend our knees.
-Keep our backs straight and look up, glove in the air...
..and wait for the puck to hit you.
Simon, this is really, really tough. I don't know if I can do this.
Let's take some shots at you.
-Bagsie shooting first.
-At me? For real?
What is going on? This is all happening very quickly.
-Radzi, I'm not ready for this.
-OK, Radzi - let's do this.
-I saved it!
-She saved one!
'Hey, am I the most graceful goalkeeper in the world?
'No, but at least I saved a couple!'
That's not going to work!
Don't let go. OK, yes. Let go.
I'm up. Do you know what,
I completely took for granted how difficult ice hockey is,
cos you're on the ice - that's a sport in itself -
and trying to play hockey at the same time. Ridiculous.
Yeah, the thing is, Linds, our ice hockey challenge doesn't end there,
because later in the show, we're taking to the ice with the pros...
in front of a packed crowd, and let's just say,
it's going to involve more goalkeeping!
You are JOKING?!
Can't wait to see that. Stay tuned for part two of Radzi vs Lindsey.
Now, though, please give a huge round of applause - that's clapping
your hands together, for those of you over there - please,
for CBBC's The Dengineers!
WHOOPING AND APPLAUSE
Raise up the roof and do a little dance!
That's how you come into a studio.
-How are you?
-Really good, thank you.
-Brand-new series of Dengineers, brand-new person.
-Look at him!
-What a man!
-How's it going?
Really well. We're having a top time, there's been some amazing dens
that we've built already, they're so good, aren't they?
-They were massive.
What haven't we seen before?
We've just been to Inverness,
we've just got back from something very special.
That's all I can tell you!
You're giving nothing else away. That's fine.
What about each other? You've worked with each other for a while,
so must know quite a bit about each other.
-We're learning, aren't we?
-What do you know about Joe?
Get this, this is amazing.
Joe's got a really famous dad.
Joe's dad is Joe Pasquale.
He's a really famous comedian.
He's a personal hero of mine, I love the man! A bit too much!
-Also, guess what? He came in the top 3 to be Harry Potter.
-That would have been amazing.
-Yeah, didn't... Didn't even want it(!)
-Do a trick. Can you make Lindsey disappear?
And, Joe, what do you know about Lauren that we don't know?
-Um, she's scared of spiders.
-I knew that.
-And wind turbines.
What, cos they look like spiders and they spin?
-They're intimidating and large!
-You're a ridiculous person!
Right. That's how much you know about each other so far.
How much do you really know, if we delve a little deeper?
Time to play a game to find out, we call it Knowing Me, Knowing You.
MUSIC: Knowing Me, Knowing You by ABBA
-Take your positions, please.
OK, Lauzza and Jozzer. On your chairs you've got some paddles.
On those paddles are some faces.
If you spin them round, on one side is your face, Joe.
On the other side is your face, Lauren.
I'll be asking you some questions.
If you think the answer's Joe, show me Joe.
If you think the answer's Lauren, show me Lauren.
A match will get this sound... BELL CHIMES
A mismatch, this sound. BUZZER
The idea is to get as many matches as possible.
-Do we understand?
-Come on, Joe, we can do this!
-Time starts now. Who gets scared the easiest?
-BELL CHIMES It's a match!
-Who eats the most?
-I eat more than you.
-Who talks the most?
Great so far. My favourite - who's the grumpiest in the morning?
-I appreciate that, thank you!
-Who's the best Dengineer?
BUZZER Ah, see, you two are too nice to
each other. That's lovely.
Have a cuddle, get it over with. Who works the hardest?
you both said each other.
-We're kind to each other!
-What does that mean about the show?!
Last question now, who is the messiest?
KLAXON You can answer it if you want to.
-So, a total of three matches, which means you both win £1 million.
-We all had fun in the meantime.
OK, Lauren, you'll meet me later for some unicorn ice cream,
for now, though, you two go over there and do some telly.
I'm going to get a brew. See you in a bit!
Lauren and Joe, you're not just here to have a loll and play some games.
-You're actually on a very important mission, aren't you?
-Yes, we are.
So the Dengineers and Blue Peter,
we are teaming up and we need some help...
-I like it!
-..from the Blue Peter viewers!
-I feel cool just being near you.
-Behave yourself, good man.
-The cheque's in the post.
-He's talking to ME.
We're doing this amazing community den and it's at Claire House
Children's Hospice and it's a Children In Need supported project.
Yes, it's amazing.
The hospice is for children and families of children who've
really not been very well,
so what we want to do is create a den that is full of good memories.
The idea is to make a happy path, which will be loads of happy
memories sandblasted onto a path so it's there for ever,
and everyone can really enjoy it.
It's going to make a lasting impression on the day.
-It'll be really cool.
-It's the biggest den we've ever done.
-Yes, we need help with it, basically.
Speaking of help, that's where you lot at home come in.
You need to fill out one of these.
You can find it on the Blue Peter website.
It's a form like so and then there's a template you fill in and
THEN you need to fill out your happy memory.
-You can draw it, write it, be quite creative.
-Yes, loads of things.
So what do you need to know about your memory?
First of all, include your name and age.
Your memory needs to be done in black and white.
It can be portrait or landscape, it needs to be drawn or written with
a big, thick felt tip, and make it stand out so yours can get chosen.
Yes, and this is, like Joe says, the biggest den we have ever done.
It's going to be absolutely huge.
-I'm pleased that we're a part of this!
-Totally, and we want
viewers to be a part of it.
We're getting excited!
We've been doing our own designs as well, by the way.
This is me and my friends because we never, ever take a selfie
together and the other day, we got our picture taken all together.
We like that. Joe, what have you got?
-I went to the beach once and I liked it, so I drew that.
-It was in Antigua.
This is mine, it's not to scale. I wish it was!
It's a cream-cheese bagel and that's some chocolate milk,
because it's me and my dad's favourite thing to do,
when we lived in America.
Mine's a dummy, because on Christmas Eve,
when I was seven, my sister was born!
-Her name is Rufaro, she's a legend - hey, Rufaro!
-Oh, that's lovely!
You've only got a week left until you can send in your entries,
so that's 1st June. Get them in asap.
What you need to know if you want to be a part of the Happy Path,
part of the biggest project ever on Dengineers, get involved,
all the details you need to know are on, of course,
the Blue Peter website.
And that's Lauren and Joe.
There we are. It's going to be amazing.
It's the biggest den we've ever done and it's everyone's chance to
-be a part of HISTORY.
-I want to be a part of it, Lauren!
Get involved, no excuses. Get drawing.
Now, earlier on, you saw Lindsey and myself take on ice hockey.
But now, it's time for us to go head to head and face to face...
-What are we doing?!
-What is going on?!
-It was lovely!
In part one, we learned the basics - very basics -
of ice hockey.
And now we're in Nottingham.
We don't know why,
but we need to meet two Team GB ice hockey superstars.
Guys, it's an absolute pleasure to meet you. Why are you here?
Tonight we've got a friendly against Poland and we thought
-it'd be good if you stuck around and enjoyed the game.
-We'd love to!
We thought we were here cos you were going to set us an
-impossible challenge, so that is good news.
-Hold on, hold on.
We think it'd be a good idea for you guys to go in goal for
a penalty shootout.
In front of the...crowd?
It's never easy, is it?
We're going to be taking part in a goalkeeping penalty challenge,
facing four penalties each - whoever saves the most, wins.
And it's all going to be happening in front of 5,000 people
waiting to see Great Britain in action.
Have we ever been more out of our depth?
Thankfully, once we're suited up,
GB's goalkeeping coach Nathan is here to help.
Just make sure that you're holding your stick of the paddle there.
OK. Then you want to make yourself as big as you can,
-take up as much net as possible.
That's it! OK, ready?
-You can't move!
-I know, but you threw a puck at me!
There we go.
To have those flying at your face, your body, your arms -
that's not normal. I'm sweating.
Right, Radzi's turn.
Lindsey did all right, but now it's time for the pro.
-I said pro, I don't have a clue what I'm doing.
Oh! Oh, it didn't go in!
OK, ready? There we go.
In the glove! Have a look at that!
Nathan is going very easy on us.
When we face a real penalty,
good players can do all sorts of tricks, I mean, just look at that!
-Nathan, how do you think we did?
-I think you did a great job, guys.
I think, Linds, just make sure that your glove is always square
to the shooter every time for that big-glove save you want to make.
And, Radz, just make sure that when the play is coming back
with you, you slowly come back and you're not stuck out of
position to make that save.
So, that's it.
The next time we take to the ice will be in front of 5,000
people and as the stadium prepares, the crowd starts to arrive.
This place has absolutely transformed.
The energy, the noise - look at it!
I wasn't nervous earlier, but now that we're standing here,
'Me too. We're up against top youth team, the Solway Sharks.
'This could get embarrassing.'
That's it, this is us.
-Here we go, we're about to make our TV ice hockey debut.
-I'm so scared!
I'm up first.
The crowd is so loud and the moment the penalty-taker sets off,
I realise I'm in trouble.
I've got no chance!
The puck's in the net before I even know what's happened,
so no save for me, then.
Not the best of starts.
-Good effort, Linds - it's my turn now.
-Go on, Radz!
I think I... I think I just saved that one!
It wasn't pretty, it wasn't textbook, yes!
But I did manage to get my stick in front of that one.
AIR HORN BLASTS
It's one-nil, Radzi.
Right, come on, Linds - anything he can do...
Wow, yes! Moved my stick at the last minute.
Well done, buddy!
It's one save all.
AIR HORN BLASTS
-MAN IN CROWD:
Right, it's time to up my game. The crowd are behind me.
OK, Radzi - focus!
No! Absolutely, that's NOT how you do it, Radzi!
He was just too quick across the ice!
Oh, my goodness - that's fast.
Oh! These guys are getting quicker.
Like Radzi, I'm nowhere near that.
Oh, this is a lot of fun!
It is, but I kind of want to win.
And to do that,
I need to do something different.
That's not how you do it. OK, he's down.
Radzi fell forward and tripped over one of the people trying to score.
AIR HORN BLASTS
OK, no-one's hurt. Just my pride.
But I did manage to save it!
Come on, Lindsey - eye on the puck. Eye on the puck!
He goes wide...
I'd like to think I made myself big there and put him off,
but that would be totally not true.
AIR HORN BLASTS
So this is it - two-all with one
penalty left. If I save it, I win.
Do you know what, I'm going to go for it! I'm off the line! Oh, no!
Oh, dear, oh, dear.
You know what?
A draw's a fair result, I reckon.
And as the Sharks take a lap
of honour, we're left admiring
just how skilful these guys are
and how skilful we are NOT.
-It was two apiece.
-It's a draw! Ah! Radz!
-There's only one winner - that's ice hockey.
-What a sport!
Go and give it a go!
You'll be better than us!
We do love a good challenge on the show, don't we?
We also like to use our films as inspiration for other items,
so we're going to take ice hockey and turn it into ice CREAM.
It's no ordinary ice cream - it's UNICORN ice cream.
Unicorns are trending everywhere, people are customising their
shoes, schoolbags, hamsters - that last bit is not true.
Lauren, you're here to help.
Yes, I am, although, mainly, I'll be honest,
I'm just here for the ice cream.
I'm sure, but it's not all about the ice cream,
it's about science as well, this.
I love ice cream, but I love science more than ice cream.
See how well this is working out for us?
Right, you do the ingredients - this is what you'll need to
-make your ice cream.
-You will need...
I'm going to make a pink raspberry ice cream because I want it to
be nice and colourful,
a bit like what unicorns are.
-I see what you've done with this.
-Two tablespoons of frozen fruit.
I've let it defrost, because we're going to mush it up.
That's important, otherwise you'll get lumps in your ice cream
and nobody wants that. It's the same as mash -
-nobody wants those lumps of potato.
-It's the worst!
Wait till it's defrosted, then give it a mash in the bag like this.
Lovely technique. Sort of rolling it there.
Look at the colour of those raspberries
-as they splash out everywhere.
Wish I could paint with this.
Don't do that - Mum will go mad.
OK, once you've mashed it all up and it's nice and mushy and
-you can feel the little pips pipping...
The pipping of the pips, you place it into your bowl like this.
It makes it really easy to pour the other ingredients in.
-Look at that.
It's a beautiful thing.
-It's turning it pink, isn't that nice?
-Got our milk.
-Which doesn't come out too easy.
-Give it a little... There we go.
You only need a little bit. And then our sugar.
-Seal it up,
give it a nice little mix...
And then this is where the science bit comes in, isn't it, Lauzza?
Yes, we love a little bit of science, so we're going to
take your medium zip bag and you'll fill it half full of ice.
Then you add the salt.
Why do we add salt, Barney Harwood?
Well, we add salt because it lowers the freezing temperature of
-the ice, which means it's quicker and colder.
Science, everybody. Right, I'm well mixed here.
-OK, so what do we do next?
-This goes into the bag...
Pop that in there.
Make sure that the bag is sealed,
otherwise that's going to be a whole heap of mess.
Also, get the air out of the bag,
cos that'll make it easier to do the fun bit, which is...
Five minutes of shaking!
So you guys sit back, relax. Five minutes of this now, guys!
Well, we could wait five minutes,
or we could just bring up one that was made earlier.
-That's a lot easier.
-Good point, yes.
-As you can see,
it's already starting to solidify and go a bit hard.
-Can I feel it?
-It is, isn't it?
-Proper ice cream.
Proper ice cream.
We could leave it pink, but today we are making unicorn ice cream,
-which means we need to repeat the process...
-With lots of colours.
And loads of different fruits.
We've got a bit of kiwi in there,
a bit of strawberry in there,
blackberries and mango.
Isn't it delicious? We're going to put that in one container and
make multicoloured ice cream. A little bit like that! Got a spoon?
-I have, there you go.
-Shall we put some of your raspberry in there?
-I've zipped it the wrong way.
-You're layering it,
to make as many colours as possible,
then when it freezes in the freezer -
if you can get the bag open -
then when you scoop it out,
you'll scoop it along the line and get all
the different flavours in one scoop. It's unicorn ice cream!
There it is. It is gorgeous!
OK, you know what to do, do all that, put the lid on.
That goes into the freezer.
While you're waiting for that to freeze properly into
a rock-hard ice cream, you can start to make your own cones,
or unicorn horns, if you prefer.
You've got the classic cones,
the ones that are rolled up with chocolate and sprinkles on them,
the bowls, and if you look at the front,
there are unicorn horns with starry sprinkles on them.
Those are my favourite.
To make these, you need to make your own batter. Here it is.
We've got egg whites, sugar, milk,
vanilla and salt, and there's some flour and melted butter in there.
You put the butter in to make it nice and smooth.
-If you put butter in, you won't get a better butter batter.
Come on, let's do this.
So over here, we have got some batter that's already cooking.
This has been going...
1½ tablespoons of batter that's been going since we started,
hasn't it? Now, as you can see, it's dead thin.
I'm going to flip it so we can do the other side. Did you like that?
While you're doing that,
I'm going to show you how to make the unicorn horns.
Just put a spoonful in the middle of the pan like that and then
try and shape it into a triangle while it's cooking.
-Which is actually...
-No, that's not a triangle.
-It's not far off, you know.
You've got to spend a bit of time on it, that's all.
-You can see it's starting to make that kind of...
-We'll take that.
Let that cook so it starts to take its shape.
This is looking good now,
so I'm going to take this out and put it on a plate with a tea towel.
Then you use the tea towel to roll the cone.
You've got to be really quick, because it's going to set
-quickly as well.
-Careful, it is really hot.
-That's why we're using the towel. There you go.
-That's not bad!
Need to have a big end, though, to get your ice cream in the top.
You can see we've made some here before.
I'm picking the one with chocolate.
-Want to grab the ice cream out of the freezer?
-Let's have a look
-How's our horn doing? OK.
Keep an eye on your batter, people.
-So a nice spoon of colourful ice cream...
-Look at it!
Isn't it beautiful?
So if you're looking for something to do over the bank holiday
weekend, we've just given you...
Oh, look at the colours in that!
Have a go at making the ice cream and the cones.
Take a selfie of yourself doing it and send it to us.
All the details you need are online. Do you want to try first?
-Not a chance!
Did you see this?
-I want one, please, Barney.
Joe, you've wanted to be on BP a long time.
You're now on it and you're going to get to help us with
-the Big Badge Wall!
Eight-year-old me is over the moon!
Here we go - it's looking fantastic, by the way.
You've sent in some brilliant post. Benjamin, who's seven,
loved my shark challenge and this is me
and this is Wilma the shark!
She was 12 foot!
Swimming over my head, and I look genuinely terrified. Thank you!
You've earned yourself a badge.
You're going to love this next piece of post.
This is from Bea in Somerset.
-This has a sound effect.
-Ready? It's my lambing challenge - here we go.
Can we just do it one more time, please? Have we got time?
That's one of the best bits of post we've ever had!
Abigail, here - as you can see,
I've caught the sun a bit in this picture.
I'm singing to the potatoes.
Barney, you've got to stop eating ice cream today.
I genuinely feel sick.
-If you sing to potatoes, apparently it makes them grow.
-Does that work?
No. I was there for hours, Abigail knows that.
Thank you, Abigail, that Blue Peter badge on there is on its way to you.
Has someone tricked me and put pepper in this?
Someone's done something naughty to this ice cream!
What's going on?
I've got a Limerick book from Megan and Phoebe in Preston.
They've sent it in, they've earned their blue badges, well done.
-Can I read one?
-Course you can.
-Thank you, it's about you.
Barney seems like a nice bloke
But he tells a terrible joke
If he was trying to make money
For being funny
He'd always end up broke!
-That's very good!
-Fair enough, my jokes are awful.
I do know that about myself.
We love it when you send us post - keep it coming to the usual address
and remember if you're out and about this bank hol,
take your BP badge, because it can get you into
-over 200 attractions across the UK - everyone!
-ALL: FOR FREE!
Check the deets! They can change.
Yes please, Lauz!
-Over to the sofa, please.
Why have I got the box?
Has it got avocado in it?
Where was Shelley?
Good question, let's find out - the first person to spot her
-was blue violet mini baker.
-She was on my paddle!
Look how focused your face is!
You guys are obviously on Fan Club Live, but you can get on to
the BP website as well, where you will find Barney and I...
Stop eating ice cream! ..taking on the jellybean challenge.
You're eating ice cream!
What's a jellybean challenge and why've you got one now?
I'm so glad you asked this question.
In this dish here are two little jellybeans.
One tastes like chocolate pudding,
the other one tastes like dog food.
-I'm so glad I came on the show today.
-Have you gone for... What was that?
-I don't know.
After three, stop talking about it! One, two, three - go!
-Who's got the dog food?
He has definitely got the dog food, that is glorious.
Just get more ice cream! But be careful of brain freeze!
That's the game we're playing, but we did that with about 20 of them.
-There was puke in there and bogeys...
-No, Barney - don't say!
-Head online, find it...
Fan Club Live is happening after the show so get involved.
This is the best show ever, we never get ice cream!
Can we always do shows like this, please?
Make sure you're watching the show next week,
cos we'll show you how to make this.
Your very own Shelley costume.
-Made by a Blue Peter fan!
-That is so cool.
-Make sure you're watching.
We'll also take the ultimate penalties outside.
-That will be fun, too.
As well as that, I'm going to have a beard of bees.
I don't even want to tell you what that is.
It was a really tough challenge.
Guys, thank you so much for coming today. We'll see you next week!
-See you later!
-Get rid of that dog food!
The winner of CBBC's Got What It Takes, Jorja, and CBBC's The Dengineers presenters Lauren and Joe visit the studio. Plus Lindsey and Radzi take on an ice hockey challenge, and Barney shows how to make your own colourful unicorn ice cream.