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Hi. Guess what. It's Radzi Chinyanganya's first show. Yes, it

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is. I couldn't be much more excited. Today you're going to find out how

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we did when we did battle in the Stone Skimming World Championship.

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And we launch the Blue Peter campaign for Children In Need. See

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how you can get involved. And Barney's Big Bike Challenge - it's

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all to come on today's Blue Peter. Er.

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APPLAUSE Hello. A lovely welcome. Bonjour.

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That was French. It's live. It's Blue Peter, and it's Radzi's first

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show. APPLAUSE

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Thank you. Welcome to the team. Thank you. How does it feel? I'm

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just a teensy-weensy bit excited. I bet you are and I bet you guys are

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at home. If you want to know anything about him, send your

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questions to him. Like what kind of sausage does he like? Cumberland or

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pork and apple? Weird. Is that really hair or

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pork and apple? Weird. Is that Hoover fluff on your head? People

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ask it! If you want to ask anything, head to the website.

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As soon as the show is over, I'll be doing a live web chat and I'm going

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to try to answer as many questions as humanly possible in 30 seconds.

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We got to know each other quite well, didn't we? We did. One of the

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things you should know about me is I love a challenge. Here is how we got

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on. Welcome to your first film on Blue Peter. You know about the

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show's history. You know it's an incredible chance to be. You know it

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gives you a chance to do incredible things. Yeah, you can do massive

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challenges, meet people you wouldn't do so today... Brought you to the

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Outer Hebrides and enrolled you in a World Championship sport. World

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Championships? What is it, rugby, athletics? Stone skimming. That s

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right. We're at athletics? Stone skimming. That s

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World Championship, which takes place once a year on the tiny

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Easedale island. Competitors travel from all over the world to take part

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in this fun, fendly competition So we're here to take part, and who

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knows - maybe one of us could become a world champion. I'll be honest - I

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know nothing about stone skimming. But look where we are, we're in the

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centre of the stone skimming world - there are stones. There is water,

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perfect conditions for the Stone Skimming World Championship. It s

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true. I think if we stand a chance, we should go split up. Let's do it.

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I am off to find the best stone to skim with an expert stone skimmer.

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Nine-year-old John is going to show me how to find the perfect stone.

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It's got to fit around your finger. OK. So it's got to fit around your

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finger. Each stone used in the competition

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must be no bigger than three inches in diameter. Try not to get one too

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light or two heavy. OK. If it's too heavy, it's just going to plonk into

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the water, isn't it, really? Right. So we've got a perfect stone. Radzi,

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what are we going to do with it That's the stone, but how would you

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throw it? My skimming expert is John's older brother, Allen. Could

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you give me some advice about how to throw these bad boys? Take them in

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your hand and release. Release. OK. Right, then, Radzi - get low, aim

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far and release. I think I'm going to need some more practise. Yes

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you, are mate. While you do that, I'm going to check out the

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competition. People from all over the world travel to take part, but

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nobody has travelled further than Japanese TV star Festival Man. You

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can get a really good distance on this competition, so this arm - very

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strong? OK. Any tips on what to do? Best of luck.

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A couple more practise throws, and it's competition time. Everyone gets

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three throws each, and it has to skim at least three times. The

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further you throw, the better because it's all about distance

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That's got to be it? Two, three APPLAUSE

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So it's Team Blue Peter - first up is Lindsay. Good luck. First throw -

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not bad. CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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And again - here we go. I think I'm getting the hang of this.

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APPLAUSE OK. Two down. Yes! Save my best till

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last. Not bad - I didn't fail.

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So my best throw was 19 metres, but could the boys do any better? Next

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up it's Barney. It's a big pressure gig, isn't it?

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Quite a lot We can get further than that. Oh,

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that was a good one! APPLAUSE

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that was a good one! OK. This is it.

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Further! Yes, yes, yes - oh, it s a monster!

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APPLAUSE That'll do. That looked quite far.

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That was good. Yes, rescued it on his last throw - 30 metres - I am

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well chuffed. Now it's my turn. Boom! Take a look at that. I know we

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can go further. Come on. Oh! This is the one! Let's hear it.

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APPLAUSE No, no, no, no - oh, that was bad.

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That was bad! I also got 30 metres, so it's a draw between me and

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Barney. OK. So none of us won the

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competition. The winning distance was a massive 65 metres, but we re

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proud of what we achieved, and most of all, we had a great time. Yes, we

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had a great time watching Lindsay lose like a big loser. I got 19

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metres. Very good. A round of applause, everybody, for 19 metres,

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amazing! Stop it. But for now, five big ones, straight up top. I want to

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thank you. You helped me in my best Blue Peter adventure. You're

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welcome. They made us do it. And your lovely posts from home.

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Straight away one of me by Clarice. She's ten. Look how life-like it is,

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and the hair especially - loads of attention to detail there. This next

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one is from Eric. There's story behind this. This was from my very

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first day on Blue Peter. I was in the office. He saw me and asked for

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a photo. That was my very the office. He saw me and asked for

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Blue Peter garden and a ledge epped in the studio last week, the man

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that is Steve Backshall showed us how to make hedgehog poxes - look -

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I bet she gets anything she wants with that face!

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This is a hedgehog house. They're really tired because they have been

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playing their own little FA Cup down there. It's brilliant. This hedgehog

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home is so come flaudgeed you can hardly see it. It's actually a

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hedge-house, the whole Huj with just a house. Thank you for getting in

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touch. Next week we'd like to see this badge wall entirely covered in

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spots. Here's why. For the next few weeks we're asking you to get in

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home and get spotted for Children In Need. True that. Stop saying that! I

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am trying to be really straight .. Not working. You can get involved

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any way you like, but we're going to be giving you suggestions over the

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next few weeks. When you do get in touch we'll put a big spot on the

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map to show where you are. Over the next few weeks there is

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something called Spectacular Spot Show. It's a light show happening

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here in Media City in four weeks' time. We need your help. It's going

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to be amazing. This year we're going to ask you not only to fund raise

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but to do these, to decorate your very own spot. This is yours. This

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is yours. I went for a nice, colourful, bright, bold hand there

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because my hand can fit in the circle and wrote "spotted." Very

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nice. It's a theme, isn't it? I have done my bike in there and the notes

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for All You Need is Love because that's very true and some spots

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This is how I am raising money. I did one of Lindsay's eyes. How do I

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look tired? She's just gutted from the stones. Making fun of me

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already. When you're making your spot this is the minimum size, but

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you can make it as big as you like. We get thousands of letters every

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week and can't use We get thousands of letters every

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the light show but we'll use as many as we can. There are two ways to

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enter - one is to e-mail. Don't forget to scan them and send them to

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us or the good old-fashioned way through the post.

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Get online and get spotted. That's exactly what we're going to be doing

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in the kitchen in a minute, but because it was Radzi's first ever

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bake, we thought he needed a hand. I'm at the Samworth Church Academy

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joining chels at the Balcony Restaurant - yes, a real restaurant

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in this school - run by these pupils. Hello, kitchen! I start my

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shift with head chef Alesha. You're only 14 and you're a head chef of

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your own restaurant. What's that like? It's quite scary, to be

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honest. You have a lot of pressure to make sure everything goes to plan

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and also time keeping. I'm going to let you into a little secret - I am

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not very good at cooking! Wish me luck. I'm going to need some skills

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in the kitchen for Blue Peter so I need to learn as much as I can

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today. Alesha has me started on dessert. A little bit lumpy. I knew

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this wasn't going to go too well. And I'm not the only one mucking up

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the mixing. What's happening, girls? I was making a cake and we got to

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the ganache and it went really wrong. I know a good one when I see

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it, and that is a good one. What is a ganache? It turns out it is a

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glaze, icing, filling or sauce, just so you know.

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What? All good chefs taste their food!

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But with 12,500 hungry mouths to feed, you'd better get focussed and

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plating up the mains has been left in my - ahem - capable hands. I ll

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take that, thank you. in my - ahem - capable hands. I ll

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to serve this one. Done a fantastic job. It's nothing

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but positive feedback. In fact, I think you have done so well we're

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actually going to invite you to come back to the Blue Peter studio and

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help us with our Children In Need appeal. Are you guys up for that?

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Yeah. Is it a huge welcome to our guests. Thank you for coming in for

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my first live bake. We're not the best pizza chefs in the world, but

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all the cooking instructions and everything you need are on the

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website. Check those out later. Indeed. We're going to be making one

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of these bad boys, which is a pizza with a spotty topping. It is. And

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you need to sell them to your friends and family and give all the

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donations you make to Blue Peter via the sponsorship page. The reason we

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brought these four expert chefs in, as well as looking pretty, it's

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exactly that. They're experts. First things first, have we washed our

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hands? Yes. Yes! Hygiene never takes a day off, my friends. Alesha, kick

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things off. We need a hundred grams of self-raising flour, a pinch of

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salt and then one tablespoon of sun flower oil - in there, and then use

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60 millilitres of water. 60 mill litres. Put that in there. You're

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not adding it all at once? No, because you can tell how much you

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need. Add a bit at a time. A bit at a time?

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Yeah. My granny once said you can add water but can't take it out She

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was a clever lady. You're a clever lady because you're head chef at

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your school. I am. You're adding the water for what reason? So it can all

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come together to make it smooth water for what reason? So it can all

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That's when you know it's ready The water for what reason? So it can all

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hands in and get it mucky? I'll give it a go now. Come on. You're a pro!

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Awesome. When it comes together it looks something like this. What s

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next, Dylan? We start to roll it all out. In case it starts to stick put

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a little bit of flour on the rolling pin. That's a top tip. Make it into

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a circle sheet. Quality. You can use the rolling pin, but I prefer to use

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my hands. Yes. There you go, sir. It's quite a

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compact pizza. If you wanted to make a bigger one, is it just a case of

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doubling the quantities? You could or you could stretch it out a little

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bit. Go for a thin base. That's my personal favourite so Charlotte

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it's over to you now. Once you have your base, you aught add the

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toppings. Add two to three tablespoons of tomato puree,

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although we're using pasta sauce. That's a good one to use because

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it's already got onion and herbs in there. It will add flavour to your

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pizza, then put on top lots of cheese. Is I love cheese. Get it all

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on. Don't put too much or else there will be places where there is pizza

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and no cheese. What have we got here in front of us? We've got some

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courgette, some pepper, some tomatoes and some sausage. A bit of

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everything, haven't we? And you don't only have to use circular

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ingredients. You can use others as well. You can use ham or we've got

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some peppers. Where's mine? There it is. We've got some biscuit cutters

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to make them circular. Shall we do that. If you want to put on some

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sausage and courgette - I can't cut mine. It got stuck. I'm just going

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to put the whole pepper on because I love pepper! We're going to put it

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all on. Then it needs to go into the oven for how long? 25 to 30 minutes,

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200 degrees. That's what it should look like. Nice.

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You're eating some? Save it for us. As soon as it's done, you can give

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it do your friends and family, but as much as we like to make, me and

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my hair brother here, we also like eating. That's one way you can get

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involved with BBC's Children In Need. After the show, the three of

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us are going on a UK-wide pizza delivery tour. It's true. We're

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going to spread the word. If you're travelling tomorrow at 8. 40am to

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school, listen to the radio show. We are not doing this just because we

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like eating pizza. It's true. I like eating it a lot. That's not

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important. What's important is you get involved. Children In Need is an

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incredible charity that does incredible work for so many

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children. Here's just one reason they need your support. I love

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clothes, from tops to trainers. I'm a dedicated follower of fashion

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Whatever the occasion, I can always find an outfit - or three - to wear!

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But what if high street clothes were impossible to get on? You couldn't

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support your favourite football team by putting on one of their shirts

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and gettings reed in the morning took up to 45 minutes. That's

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reality for a lot of children living in the UK, but help is at hand from

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Dressability, a charity based in the south-west of England. What service

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does Dressability provide? What we do is help disabled people to be

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able to wear the clothes they really en enjoy wearing. Children In Need

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has given them money to help in the Swindon area. Children want to buy

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high street clothes and to fit in with their friends. Just because

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they're in a wheelchair, they still want to wear the same clothes.

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That's really important for self-esteem. One. People making this

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possible is Liza, who is going to show me how simple alterations can

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make a world of difference. Talk me through some of the changes you have

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make a world of difference. Talk me made to the clothes. Yes, this one,

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for instance, a T-shirt, a made to the clothes. Yes, this one,

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boy with broken arms - so we put in poppers. What about this? A school

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shirt for someone who has problems doing up buttons. Right. So from the

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front... It looks like anybody else's shirt. Can you tell what we

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have done with these? I honestly can't see anything. Great. That s

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the whole point. That's so good It's so subtle. You would have no

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idea they were any different to anyone else's. Absolutely so you

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look the same as anyone else. It's not just about fashion. The clothes

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Stresability alter really can change lives. Ben has spinal muscular

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atrophy which means the messages telling his muscles to move don t

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work properly. You can see my right arm moves a bit. I can control my

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chair with my left hand. Because he can't move around his hands and feet

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can get really cold which can lead to other problems. I get chest

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infections that they last for a week or two. Sometimes it gets really

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bad, and I have to go into a hospital. This is where Dressability

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comes in. They've helped Ben to stay warm with ingenious gloves with

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extra grip. It makes such a difference to have these gloves How

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have they changed your life? When it was snowy, I went out with my sister

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in the snow, watched her shredding for the first time. That was really

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cool. I like doing skids and stuff. So you can go out with your sister

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and have fun with your mates outside just because you have cosy gloves

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on. Something as small as a pair of fleecy gloves have made a big

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difference to Ben's life. Thanks to money raised, they can help children

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like him. They have come to Ben s school to find out from the children

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what they need from their clothes. When I have to get into track suits,

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what they need from their clothes. I have to point my toes down but I

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can't point them straight down. It can get you very frustrated. Yeah.

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What would be your ideal dress? It would be a zip that goes all the way

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down so it splits into two . That's so much easier than having to put it

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through your head and in through the arms. Yeah. Dressability aren't just

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changing clothes. They're helping to change children's lives.

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Raising money for Children In Need means life will get better for

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children all over the UK and you can help make that happen, so get up.

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Get involved, and get spotted for Children In Need. Dressability is so

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good. Thanks so much to Ben, Loren, Vinnie, Sean, the list goes on. They

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were all great. That list shows how important it is for you at home to

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get involved and get off the couch. It really does change lives. Over

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the next four weeks we'll show you more ways you can get involved.

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Remember to tell us what you're doing when you're out and about

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because every time you get spotted doing fund-raising we're going to

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put a small coloured spot on to the map. Is that right? That is right.

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You're so lovely, such brilliant presenters. Now time for me to tell

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you about Barney's Big Bike challenge. Over the past few weeks

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you have been having a look what I have been doing. I have lost weight.

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I have got fitter, and halfway through the challenge, there is a

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bit of a problem. It would appear the challenge could be over before

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it even starts. As with all sports, you get injuries

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sometimes. It would appear even in cycling you're not safe. I have hurt

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my knee. I have hurt it quite a lot. So now is the time to tell char I -

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because we only have a few weeks until the race - find out whether we

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can train with it or cancel the whole thing. I hope it's the first

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one! Charlie, I've hurt my knee That doesn't sound good. How have

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you hurt your knee, Barney? I think by doing too much too soon. What we

1:14:531:14:52

need to do is find out what's going on in the knee, find out if there is

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any damage been done, what you need to do to prevent that happening so

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I would like you to see a physio. I am getting a thorough check-over by

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Tim Deacon, a specialist sports physiotherapist. Tim knows all about

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how muscles and tendons work in the body and how to fix problems people

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might have with sprains, strains and hurting knees. It feels thickened.

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My knee is sore. If I'm in pain when I peddle I won't complete my

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challenge. Can you feel a twinge now? Yeah. It's manageable. That's

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absolutely fine, but I know in the next 25 miles... That'll be

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aggravated. My knee is damaged. We have to ensure it can cope with a

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65-mile ride. He's using a shock wave treatment that causes tiny

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injuries to my knee. But this stimulates my body into repairing

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itself. It feels quite strange. It's almost a lightly stinging feel.

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Just to make sure there isn't anything more sinister going on in

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my knee, I am getting it mag kneltically scanned so we can see

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right inside it. The MRI scan shows my knee is bruised and swollen, but

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there is no lasting damage, so I can still train for my challenge. It

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will just be that bit harder. I'm back at the Velodrome to catch

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up with double gold Olympic cycling champion Ed Clancy.

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OLD NEWSREEL: Ed Clancy wins the men's 400 metre individual pursuit.

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I am hoping he can give me top tips for my challenge and how to overcome

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my problem knee. Within the timescale I've got, how

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doable is this challenge? Preparation is the key to success.

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It sounds like Preparation is the key to success.

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way. You have made Preparation is the key to success.

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since jous started this. It's Preparation is the key to success.

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realistically you can do it. I Preparation is the key to success.

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you're carrying a little injury at the moment which won't help. Are

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there any tips you can give me about riding with an injury, knowing it is

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going to be painful and still have that energy to finish the race?

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Remove the emotion from it and think of the process.

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I'm sure you'll be fine. Do you have three tips you would give? It's not

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important to see the top of the staircase, just the first step. Keep

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taking it a step at a time. Fuel bars, even slip yourself a bit of

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cake in there. Make sure the tyres are inflated. The less mechanical

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problems you have en route, the better. I don't think I can go that

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-- I can go that long without, you know, having to do a number one or

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number two? You're out in the countryside. Number one is not that

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big a deal. Just find an appropriate place. Thank you so much. They're

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proper appropriate tips. I may be nursing an injury but it's

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not stopping me getting involved with bikes. The trabls turned and

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today I am the one doing the coaching at a British cycling Go

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Ride club. It's free wheeling from this bit to that built.

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It's good to be stood this side and seeing how the coaches' tips are

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taken onboard and applied to the riding.

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Even though a sore need is hampering my training, just being around other

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riders and talking about techniques is keeping my head in the game.

1:14:531:14:52

As you're coming into the corner, inside peddle up, you want to be

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looking where you're going. Slow down as well. We got run over almost

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twice! If you're sat there thinking this is

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something you would like to do, you absolutely can join clubs like. This

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they're all over the country. I found out a really cool fact. Over

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half of all the cyclists that make ight to Team GB come

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half of all the cyclists that make this one. Why not give it a go? I am

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loving it, by the way? I really am. I

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loving it, by the way? I really am. To end the someday, we're having a

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littleration. Three, two, one, off you go. Look at

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that. My knee is still really sore. I ve

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got only two weeks to make sure that's all right so I can give this

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challenge the best I possibly can. All awant to do is enjoy myself and

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push myself further than I ever have gone.

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Well done! What a race. Team GB right there. She's the future.

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You're the future. You can do it, I know it. Thanks, Lindsay. It really

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is going to be an epic week. Make sure you're watching. Send your

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questions in to the website so you can ask Radzi questions. Also, you

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have sent in questions for to them answer on the show. What football

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team do you support? Arsenal. What's your favourite food? Fish and chips,

1:14:531:14:52

can't go wrong with that. What do you like better, cucumber or

1:14:531:14:52

tomatoes? Both. Good fruit - I'll go tomatoes. In school, what lesson do

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you most dread and why? Most dread - probably - studies... Your favourite

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animal? Peregrine falcon, fastest animal in the world. Thank you for

1:14:531:14:52

getting in touch. I have to get these pizzas ready for

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delivery. While you do that let s have a look at what's happening on

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next week's show. With The Vamps will be performing live in

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the studio. Find out how I get on in the finale of Barney's Big Bike

1:14:531:14:52

challenge. Will I do it? I hope so. And find out how to turn spooky

1:14:531:14:52

works of art like these into pumpkins - all next week. Thanks,

1:14:531:14:52

guys. Bye! Where

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Barney and Lindsey welcome new presenter Radzi into the studio. Blue Peter is supporting Children in Need this year by asking everyone to Get Spotted! There's a whole host of ways to Get Spotted and today, the team show how you can raise some dough by cooking your own and making spotty pizzas! There is jeopardy in the third instalment of Barney's Big Bike Challenge as he injures his knee and we see how our three presenters got on when they took part in the World Stone Skimming Championships.


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