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Epic Juggling and Awesome Acting!

Barney becomes the Queen of Hearts and Lindsey goes head to head with England women's international Alex Scott in a footy challenge.


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If only you were wearing the ketchup covered shorts, you could have

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washed them at the same Today's show is all about football.

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And juggling. Yeah, not at the same time,

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obviously. That would be silly. Look, we're in the garden,

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and we are loving life. And have we got

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a show for you today? You already saw them

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a little bit earlier on, and we are joined by Bibi and Bichu

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- look how brilliant they are. They're going to be

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showing off their amazing skills It's not just ball skills on the

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show today. Also, I take on one of the biggest challenges I think

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I've ever had to face on the show. I'm not kidding. It's a challenge

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where I play a certain character. I had a day to learn all the lines.

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I'll give you a clue who it is. Off with their heads. Oh.

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It's The Lion King. Macbeth. This is the tortoise in question,

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looking lovely as usual. Found her. I win. Jump on...

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Just go away. Jump onto the BP fan club

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and comment as soon as you see her. Anywhere, everywhere,

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just let us know. Careful,

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don't throw it in the pond, Radzi. Now, we've been loving this

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summer of sports. There's women's football, cycling,

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tennis and of course - Radzi, you're very excited - tomorrow, the World

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Para Athletics Championships kicks off. He's doing the happy

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dance. So with all these sports stars doing

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their thing, it only made sense that I joined in and had footballs

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launched at me with a cannon. The Women's European Championships

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are just around the corner, But before I settle down for this

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festival of football, I want to take in everything I

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need to know about this tournament. I want all the facts

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and all the knowledge, And this is Blue Peter,

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so when I say expert, I mean it. This is Alex Scott, star of the

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England women's football team. With over 130 appearances

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for her country, Alex is definitely the expert

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I'm looking for. Alex, it's awesome to meet you

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today. And I've got to say, congrats

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on the BP badge. This is amazing. I was lucky enough to get an MBE,

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but this is special. This is special. This is the one

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I've been waiting for. There you go. Listen, the Euros are just

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around the corner. How are you feeling going into it?

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Excited. I think the nervous part has gone,

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it's taken two years for us to qualify and finally get here.

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And the time actually flies by, so, excited we're going to be

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finally meeting up as a team, that's when it gets really exciting because

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you're prepping for that first game. OK. And who should the fans be

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looking out for, who are the big names,

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the big players? I'm definitely going to go with

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Jordan Nobbs. And I think Norway, Hegerberg.

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She's a top talent. And this year's Euros feature one

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very interesting fixture - It's a bit awkward

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because I'm Scottish. Now, that's quite a big rivalry,

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isn't it? Talk to me about that,

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who's going to win? Well, one, it's a huge thing

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that Scotland qualified - this is their first major

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tournament. And especially to be

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drawn against us, that opening game,

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just adds an extra incentive. It'll be interesting, fun for

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the fans. But for us, obviously, Alex, thank you so much for today,

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it's been awesome meeting you. Lindsey, where are you going?

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This is Blue Peter, isn't it? That means there has to be

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a challenge. Why has there always got to be

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a challenge? Let me introduce you to the

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Match Of The Day Kickabout cannon. Designed to fire in the sort

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of crosses Ronaldo would be they're going to be fired at us

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by the cannon. Fantastic. Point for a goal,

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but you get a bonus point if you hit it on the volley

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into the goal. Oh, easy,

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I'm always volleying footballs. So, are you ready for the challenge?

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Of course I'm not. No, of course I'm not ready.

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Actually, do you know what? I think we should make this

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England-Scotland. Oh, bring it on. Do you reckon? Yes. And the loser

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has to do 20 laps of the pitch. Now, I hate laps, so I am not

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going down without a fight. Go for it.

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Here she goes. That's a big one! 'I think I might stand a

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chance here.' 'Wow, that is very

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embarrassing. Alex again.' Oh! 'And that is how the

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pros really do it.' OK, England one, Scotland

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zero. Shh! 'Where did that come

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from?! No, seriously, where?' You're going to be

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doing 20 laps, England. 'Weirdly, I'm actually

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quite good at heading a football.' That was on the volley

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for a bonus point. 'Score and I've beaten an actual

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professional footballer 'I could almost taste victory but

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now all I can taste is extra time.' It is all to play for.

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Heads or tails? If I get tails. OK.

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Do we know how a coin toss works? It's sudden death so

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we can't afford to miss. OK. How do you handle the pressure?

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I don't know, we'll see. Well, I think it's safe to say

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that I absolutely smashed it. But well done, that was

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a really good game. The question is,

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what's actually going to happen with Scotland versus England

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in the real thing? Well, before that, I think

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you've got some laps to do. I did do 28 laps of that

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field at the end, by the way. Massive good luck to Alex and the

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England and Scotland squad make sure you are listening

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to BBC Radio 5 Live. But now onto some

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of your wonderful post. Check out RJ from Kettering,

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who loves a bit of footie. Here he is getting ready to bang

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the ball into the top corner. And he's got awesome hair, as well -

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just check out that quiff. RJ, you were already

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a football legend and now you're also

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a BP badge holder. Next up, remember my epic beard

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of bees challenge? recreated that moment with

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this brilliant drawing. He's totally managed

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to capture my look of terror as the bees started

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to crawl all over my face. Still, the drawing is ace

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and worthy of a BP badge. Everyone watch out because there is

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a giant Viking Shelley on the loose. Actually, she does look

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quite jolly and smiley. I guess that's why we're all

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giving her a little wave. Poppy from Surrey, we love this and

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we love how random your drawing is. It has earned you a blue

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Blue Peter badge. Well done. Speaking of Shelley, check out

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this brilliant drawing It's amazing and,

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in case you're wondering, no, you have not spotted

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Shelley yet. Log onto Fan Club Live right now

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to play - keep your eyes peeled. RJ, Max, Poppy and Kesar,

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your blue badges are on their way. Thank you, as ever,

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for all of your post. Now, though, it's time

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to get excited because we have juggling maestros

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all the way from the Ethiopia. Would you please give it up

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for brothers, Bibi and Bichu! CIRCUS MUSIC PLAYS

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CHEERING Boys, welcome to Blue Peter.

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Thank you very much. It is great to have you, you are

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obviously masters at what you do. We are a small village

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from Ethiopia. Circus wasn't a thing, so

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our first experience with juggling was our French teacher,

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came up with juggling oranges, and we saw juggling

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and we was really amazed, And then the next day he came back

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with some more videos and he showed us and since then, we

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literally wanted to join a circus. It's as simple as that. It's

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amazing to think you started then and now you've performed

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around the world. You're performing at

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the Underbelly Circus Hub in the Edinburgh Fringe

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Festival this year. I'll be going there, what can

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we expect from your show? Well, the story is

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about two brothers, Yeah, and it's based on our story

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and the amazing thing is we're going to be joined

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by the Konjowoch Troupe, that we sponsor in the circus school

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back in Ethiopia. They were trained there. Oh, wow.

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So they're going to be joining, which is so special for us to join

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them on the stage, so exciting. I'm very excited. I'd also

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like to try some juggling. I can do some basics.

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HELICOPTER FLIES OVERHEAD The helicopters even

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want me to try juggling so I've got to give it a go.

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It's a sign. It's a sign, it's a sign.

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All right, you start with one. Yes. Throwing the right to your

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left, just pass and catch. Give it a go. Give you another one.

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OK, give me two. There you go. So we go, same thing

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but a little bit quicker. Yes. One, two... Two... Catch.

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Just. There you go. OK, wasn't quite as...

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Try again. Let's see it again. I'll try to get my hands

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steady this time. One... That's perfect. That was better.

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There you go. So we'll give you another one.

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Of course. You're a quick learner,

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you're a natural. So we're going to do that first.

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Don't worry about catching them. Just drop them on the floor.

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One, two, three. Ah, let them drop. Yeah. OK.

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So you can get the rhythm. Thank you. So, start with that one.

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Yes. One, two, three. OK. There you go.

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The tricky part, three of them now. I think you've got it.

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This is the one. Keep it going if you can. Keep it

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going? If you can, yeah. OK. Wow, look at that! Amazing.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE Thank you very much.

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That's impressive. I know that's me at my limit,

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that's not you at your limit. Can we do something else?

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There is something actually... we want you to do. OK.

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So all you have to do is stand very, very still.

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Yep, fine. And we're going to

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juggle around you. Perfect. And keep your eyes open. OK.

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Don't try this at home, please. No. Unless you're

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from Ethiopia and... CIRCUS MUSIC PLAYS

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One. Two. Don't move!

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Three. Slow it down. OK, boys, thank you very much.

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Thank you. You are very brave. for an even better performance

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than that. Now, if you jump on the

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Blue Peter website right now, you'll get to see a video

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of these guys balancing a juggling club

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on their nose. That's one reason to go on the

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website and here is plenty more. Where else can you

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get a mix of celebs... I can't believe I've

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got a Blue Peter badge. You might get a badge later.

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I would love one. Keep your Oscars.

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Blue Peter badge! even your favourite presenters

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being super cool? How many comments do you think

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our Fan Club page has had? Er, no, more like

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a quarter of a million! But if you don't have

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a CBBC account, you can't leave a comment,

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which means you are missing out. But comments aren't the only reason

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to get a CBBC sign in. and, even better than that,

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you could be up for this. Fan of the Month is...

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Teal Water Elephant. And if you sign in and tell us what

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you want to see on the website, We're talking clips, games,

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messages from the presenters. You get to comment on

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the whole of the CBBC website Click "sign in" at the

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top of the CBBC website You need an adult

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to confirm a few things you'll be having even more fun

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on the Blue Peter website. So, what are you waiting for?

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Get your CBBC sign in today! There are so many benefits

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to being a part of the BP Fan Club, not just to watch Lindsey and myself

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eat and smell horrible stuff - go and watch that clip by the way,

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it's well funny, yeah - but also because you could be

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a part of what's happening next. We are about to announce

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the BP Fan of the Month. Cue the orchestra.

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MUSIC PLAYS Yes, indeed. This fan's been

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involved with the Fan Club for a very long time.

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However, in November, they didn't manage

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to get a new account and they were sorely missed.

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Oh, that's a shame. Silly. But now they're back!

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THEY CHEER They are back and getting

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mega stuff in there, always chatting to other

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fans on Fan Club Live, they're super supportive

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to other BP fans and they come up with their own

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riddles and brainteasers. So, in you come, Bibi and Bichu,

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can you please do the honours? Yes, please. The Fan of the Month

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in July is... Oh, the tension. So good!

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The tension. Congratulations,

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Woodwind Hedgehog Unicorn. You've won yourself your very

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own pony. Stop it. All right. And if you haven't got a

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CBBC account yet, why not? Maybe take a leaf out

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of Woodwind... Hedgehog Unicorn's book.

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That was smooth. Linds, that was good.

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And get involved. And who knows? You could be crowned

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Fan of the Month next month. Now, though, come to camera two,

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I have something to tell you. I reckon that you've sat there

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sometimes and thought, "Hmm, I wonder if Barney

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would make a good Queen." Here's your answer. What?

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Oh, it's good. The story of Alice In Wonderland

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is famous the world over. It was written in 1865

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by Lewis Carroll and, since then, it's been turned

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into films, animations, plays - in fact, you name it, it's

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been done. Today, however, I'm going to be experiencing

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the story slightly differently. Adventures In Wonderland tells

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this iconic tale like never before. Set below the streets of London,

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it's a play that gives its audience the chance to walk in

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Alice's famous footsteps. You actually travel

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through the story. That's what I'm talking about.

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Perfect! Famous characters like

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the Mad Hatter and the Queen of Hearts perform

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in and around the audience. You already feel like

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you're actually in Wonderland, It's fascinating stuff and

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I'm going to find out more Oh, hey, Emma, how are you doing?

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Hi, Barney. Hang on a minute, you're way

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too small over there, aren't you? I'll tell you what,

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let's swap sides. I'll go that way, you go that way.

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It makes sense, doesn't it? Oh, no, hang on a minute,

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now you're massive. And you're tiny.

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Let's meet in the middle. How would you describe

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what actually happens when you come to

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this theatre experience? Instead of sitting down

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in a theatre seat and watching something happening

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in front of you, encountering lots of different

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characters in different spaces. It's a really technical show,

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isn't it? There's a lot going on. There is, yeah, you've got

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to be conscious of lighting and sound changes especially and

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also interacting with the audience. My favourite character by far

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was the Queen of Hearts. Yeah. And I also know that the Queen

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of Hearts has particular relevance to me today, I just don't

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know exactly what that means, but I'm guessing you're going

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to tell me why I'm here. If you're up for it, we're going

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to rehearse you into the role of the Queen of Hearts

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this afternoon, and tomorrow you're going

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to do a performance. The thing we've just been talking

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about, how technical it is and how incredibly difficult

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it is, that thing. That's the one. I'll be playing one of the

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most famous parts in the show. I'm going to be in

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four back-to-back performances, so I need to learn my lines

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and fast. I've been in this room for hours

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and none of them lead anywhere! I begin with a full

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read-through with the cast. In your own time,

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thank you very much. Oh, that's a good start.

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It's your cue. I was expecting the Joker

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to say something. Look up, speak nicely, don't twiddle

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your fingers all the time. it could spoil the whole experience

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for the audience and I don't want to let them or

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the rest of the cast down. I just realised that everybody here

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knows all of their lines and I'm the only person

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here with a script. But learning lines is

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just part of this challenge. I've also got to learn how to

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perform it and that comes next. With the audience all around me,

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my delivery has to be spot-on. The man showing me how is

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the usual Queen of Hearts, Adam. You can wait sort of three seconds,

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open the door again and that's when there's the

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brick wall. Oh, yes, yes, yes. My performance revolves

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around 20 identical doors and I have to open them at

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precisely the right time. 'I feel like I'm slowly getting

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it, but what does Adam think?' He's got a lot of information

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to get in within 24 hours and it's really hard

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to learn lines. or you're learning

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for a school play, that your mind can

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take in that quickly. The next time I'm in here

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it's going to be tomorrow morning which is going to give me about

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an hour to maybe go through things maybe once more

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and then it's performance time. I've never been as nervous

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in my life. And that time comes

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around way too quickly. It's half eight in the morning, I've

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been learning my lines all night, I've got a show in an hour. I can't

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believe I'm saying that to you but there's no time

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to worry about it, It's time for Blue Peter's

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Barney Harwood to become the magnificent,

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legendary and, erm... I think you'll agree that

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I look the part, thanks to some very talented

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members of the team here. All I've got to do now is wait

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for an audience to come in which is when the show

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really comes to life. So, if you'll excuse me for now,

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I'll give myself a quick spray... HIGHPITCHED: ..and get

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into character, darling! Suddenly, I'm in my room

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waiting for the audience to arrive. Oh, we are sorry for scaring you,

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Your Majesty. Is everything all right?

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No, it isn't. Everybody, come in. Come on, in you come.

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Come on in, everybody. That's it, I won't bite.

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Look smart, look smart. Not yet, anyway.

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That's it. Look smart, everyone. Hello.

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As I was saying, no, everything is not all right.

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'To begin with, all I can think about are my lines

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I am Her Royal Highness, the Empress of Wonderland,

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the ruler of rules, the sovereign of sense.

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Yes, I am her Imperial Majesty, the Queen of Hearts.

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'People seem to be enjoying it and I even remember the right doors.'

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Stuck in a room with loads of doors that don't lead anywhere!

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'The first performance flies by and when it's finished,

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'Oh, no. It's straight into another show. This is relentless.'

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I command you to find me a way out of here.

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'Everything seems to be going so well until...'

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If I don't get back in time, I'm going to be in a lot of trouble.

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I genuinely have forgotten where I'm going with this.

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I've introduced myself. I'm the Queen.

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Ah, yes, he did. He applauded very loud, didn't he?

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'Thankfully, Adam is on hand and gives me the prompt I need.'

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'I think - I hope - I just about got away with that.'

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'I'm growing more and more confident and by the fourth performance,

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I found it! I found the door. Go, me.

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He's, like, really funny and everything and a really good actor.

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It was amazing that he learnt his words in one day.

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I thought Barney looked great in the dress.

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Tell me, Adam... Well done, mate. What do you reckon?

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It was brilliant. All right? Absolutely brilliant.

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I can't believe you did that in 24 hours.

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That's got to be one of the most intense experiences

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I think I've ever gone through, ever.

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It's so hard to go from one thing to the next

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and then do it all again, like a repetition.

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That's how much you can do in a day.

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If anybody ever tells you you're not capable of anything,

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Barney, I'm going to go ahead and say it.

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I think you look better dressed as a lady. You looked beautiful.

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I think we're going to get a lot of post of Barney in dresses.

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Pipe down, you two. I can't wait. Off with their heads.

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I'm still in character, aren't I? A little bit.

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Let's have a look at this week's big badge wall

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covered in all your wonderful post - it's looking fab.

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Look at this gorgeous picture Samantha sent in to us.

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She's joined by two mascots you might just recognise -

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Whizbee and Hero, the very same mascots that Eleanor,

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our very own Blue Peter competition winner,

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designed for the IAAF and the IPC World Athletics Championships.

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Even when they fall, they get back up again.

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Aww. Samantha, thank you so much. We like that.

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Round of applause, I think, that was lovely.

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Quick reminder, the Para Athletics Championships starts tomorrow!

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Are you excited? You love it, don't you? Something I love is this.

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It's been sent in by Erin from Cheshire.

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It's her very own Shelley because she loves Spot Shelley...

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Found her! ..and she plays every single week with her dog Alfie

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Look at this, it's even got a sparkly shell. Aww! It's lovely.

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Erin, quite frankly, you're a ledge.

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Thank you so much for sending us your stuff.

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If you want to earn your very own BP badge,

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send us some more of your creativity, please,

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to the usual address. Don't forget, if you do get your BP badge,

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you can get into over 200 attractions across the UK,

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everybody... ALL: For free!

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But please check the website before you go because the deals can change.

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So you've seen them teach me how to juggle, sort of,

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you've seen them throw skittles past my face, I was scared.

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What a performance and what a brilliant way to end the show.

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Radzi taught them everything they know. Thank you very much, boys.

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Now, the one thing we need to do before we leave

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is tell you where Shelley was, if you are playing Spot Shelley today.

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This was a really hard job today. Have a look at where she was.

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She was on one of the juggling balls... That is sneaky.

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If you want to find out who got that right

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and won themselves a house in Florida... Nope.

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No, that's not true. Go to the BP Fan Club Live right now.

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It's in California. And whilst you're there,

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there's loads more to see and get involved with. Have a look at this.

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Check out Bibi and Bichu's brilliant balancing challenge,

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test your knowledge on Alice In Wonderland with our special quiz...

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..and play along with Spot Shelley on her round-the-world trip,

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Make sure you're watching same time next week

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because we'll be announcing the winner

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of our Design a Dragon competition. Totes. Can't wait.

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Also, Radio 1 DJ Greg James is going to be in the studio.

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I can't believe I'm saying this, we go behind the scenes

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at the World Athletics Championships London 2017. Calm down.

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We'll see you next week, a massive good luck to all the para athletes.

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Radzi learns to juggle with circus stars Bibi and Bichu, Barney tries on a dress to become the Queen of Hearts and Lindsey goes head to head with England women's international Alex Scott in a footy challenge. Back of the net!