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electricity to power 198 million games consoles?

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The weather is warming up so we will be giving you the celebrity look

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with these T-shirts. We have the best in the business

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today. A hip-hop group who mash up William Shakespeare. That is all on

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at the earlier time of 5.30pm. Hi. You might remember last week on Blue

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Peter we had the BMX flatlander Matti Hemmings in. He just missed

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out on a new world record. The rules said he got a second go. We gave him

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it and we put it online. This is what happened. He managed an amazing

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32! Well done. He was awesome. That clip is still online. Go to

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bbc.co.uk/bluepeter. Also, get in touch. Today has a hip-hop theme. We

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thought rather than e-mailing us, why not tell us what you have been

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doing in the style of a rap. need to tell us what you have been

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doing in two lines. The last word of each line needs to rhyme. Barney and

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Helen are on your TV, it is like gravy! Let us know. Go to

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[email protected] We will read as many out as we can. Since last

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Thursday, 512 of you have sent us things in the post. We have had some

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fantastic things. This is a Blue Peter Ship. She has blue rice, bark,

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pasta. Next to it is a collage sent in by Thomas. He has made the ship

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out of stamps. He has it licked! It is first-class! Come on! Knock

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knock? Who is there?Sarah. Sarah who? Sarah a reason why you are not

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letting me in? ! William Shakespeare used one of the earliest forms of a

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knock knock joke. He wrote words over 400 years ago that are still

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being used in performances today. Here is all you need to know about

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William Shakespeare. William Shakespeare is described as the

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greatest writer ever. He was born in Stratford-upon-Avon in 1564. He

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became an actor and a playwright. A good choice for someone living in

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Elizabethan times because the theatre was more popular than the

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Harlem Shake! William Shakespeare wrote 37 plays, some of the most

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famous include Romeo and Juliet, A Midsummer Night's Dream and Hamlet.

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He first used the style of knock knock joke in the play Macbeth. He

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came up with over 2,000 words and phrases that we still use today.

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Words like "fashionable" and "swagger". Let's welcome the Hip-Hop

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Shakespeare Company. Hello, guys. Let's start at the beginning.

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Hip-hop is 40 years old. How have you married these two styles

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together? By looking at the music, the rhythm and the performance.

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did the Hip-Hop Shakespeare Company come about? Wanting to put a hip-hop

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back in its proper context and wanting to make something creative

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and difference. I wanted Shakespeare to be seen for what it was. When you

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did Shakespeare at school, did you think it was boring? Yeah. I didn't

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think the way it was taught was engaging enough. We are trying to do

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that. Your interpretation is far from boring. You are 11, what is the

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best thing about performing with these guys? Using my poetry skills

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that I have learnt in the workshops and coming to places like this.

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is the idea. We will see what it looks like. It is time for a

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Shakespeare mash up with the Hip-Hop # Dat boy Akala's a Diamond Fella.

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# All you little boys are a comedy of errors.

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# You bellow but you fellows get played like.

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# The cello, I'm doing my thing. # You're jealous like Othello.

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# Who you? What you going to do? # All you little boys get Tamed like

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the Shrew. # You're mid-summer dreaming'.

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# Your tunes are not appealing. # I'm Capulet, you're Montague, I

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ain't feeling'. # I am the Julius Caesar hear me.

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# The Merchant Of Venice couldn't sell your CD.

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# As for me, All's Well That Ends Well.

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# Your boy's like Macbeth, you're going to Hell.

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# Measure for Measure, I am the best here.

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# You're Merry Wives of Windsor not King Lear.

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# I don't know about Timon. # I know he was in Athens.

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# When I come back like Hamlet you pay for your actions.

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# Dat boy Akala, I do it As You Like.

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# You're Much Ado About Nothing. # All you do is bite it.

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# I'm too tight, I don't need 12 knights.

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# All you little Tempests get erked on the mic.

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# Of course, I'm the one with the force.

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# You're history like Henry IV. # I'm fire, things look dire.

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# Better run like Pericles Prince Of Tyre.

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# Off the scale, cold as a Winter's Tale.

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# Titus Andronicus was bound to fail.

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# So will you if Akala get at ya. # That's suicide like Anthony an

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Cleopatra. # Cymbeline was a olden day Bridget

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Jones. # Love's Labours Lost, a woman on

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her own. # She needed Two Gentlemen Of

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Verona. # This is Illa State and I am the

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owner. # # 'Being to great I have no need to

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beg. # A weighted halo rests heavy on a

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King's head. # I was not born to sue, but to

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command. # And move mountains with my royal

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hand. # The great King Richard, who knows

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not my name? # Your pain must be withstood for

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Lions make Leopards Tame. # # When hall we three meet again with

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thunder lightning and rain? # When the choice is done and the

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battles are won. # For us the light comes with the

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setting of the sun. # Because Fair Is Foul and Foul Is

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Fair. # We hover through the fog and the

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filthy air. # Wallow in the rain because were

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going nowhere. # Until we bother to refrain from

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the weight of the chair. # What I mean is?

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# The head that wears the crown never ever does sleep well.

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# An It's the daggers in a mans smile.

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# That has torn a gash right through the whole world. #

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# We've sold our souls. # Sold Our Souls.

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# We've sold our souls. # # With solemn reverence: throw away

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respect. # Tradition, form and ceremonious

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duty. # For you have but mistook me all

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this while: # I live with bread like you, feel

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want. # Taste grief, need friends:

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subjected thus. # How can you say to me, I am a

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king? # # Am I King? Can you feel the energy

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I'm channeling? # Am I Queen because I control the

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powers I enroll? # Am I King? King, or just a really

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dashing prince? # Am I King?

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# Is He King? # Is She Queen?

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# Is he King? # Am I King? Can you feel the energy

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I'm channeling? # Am I Queen because I control the

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powers I enroll? # Am I King? King, or just a really

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dashing prince? # Am I King?

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# Is He King? # Is She Queen?

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# Is He King? # # I am the poet because I do not use

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dull language. # And I use a variety of vocabulary.

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# I take the listener to deep regret and back to exquisite happiness.

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# These Words; Poetical thoughts, wrought from my spirit.

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# And my lyrics are with it, innit? # And the pivot around my bars. #

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He was working the camera at the end there! The camera is his favourite

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friend. I want to play the trumpet! Thank you to the Hip-Hop Shakespeare

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Company for recording that for us. We have more hip-hop for you in 15

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minutes when we go head-to-head in a cool quiz with a catchy name. It is

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called Dost Thou Knowest Hip-Hop Whence Thou Hears It? Stay tuned to

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find out who wins that. Keep your e-mails coming in. What are you up

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to? I have one. Me and Barney, we is on the TV. No? What is the first?

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Watch us while you eat lots of jelly! [email protected] Keep

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them coming in. Sending us an e-mail requires lots of electricity. We try

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and be efficient. We have loads of recycling bins. These lights come on

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when we move around. Have a look in this room. This room is known as the

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gallery. They are being really quiet now. They are normally shouting!

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They have loads of tellies. Loads of tellies require loads of

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electricity. Where does it come from? That was amazing. The acting

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was incredible. If you are anything like me and your favourite TV show

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has just ended, you probably get up and make a drink. You might put the

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kettle on. Turn the lights on. You need to see what you are the doing.

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-- what you are doing. That is better. The only problem is people

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are like me. Not like me, you know what I mean. When the big TV shows

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end, the ones that are watched by millions, they could start to use

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power at the same time. That creates a huge demand for electricity. The

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experts call it the TV pick-up. When it happens, where does the extra

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power come from? Well, most of it comes from the UK's network of power

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stations, like this. And wind farms like this one. When the wind is

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blowing, that turns the blades, that generates electricity. That is then

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sent to our homes via cables, pylons and substations. That is the

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National Grid. Easy. So when there is a TV pick-up, that is all we do.

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Wait for a bit more wind or turn a big battery on. That was an easy

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day's filming. Back to Helen in the studio. What? Barney? That film

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should be longer. What is going on? Is this meant to happen? Oops. Yeah,

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it is not quite that simple. Unfortunately, there isn't a giant

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battery and electricity can't be stored in that way. The UK needs to

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generate as much energy as it is using at any one time, otherwise the

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lights could go out. It is at this top secret location where they make

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sure that doesn't happen. Welcome to the control room. This is where

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everything happens. It is like a movie. That on the back wall there

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is a map of Great Britain. Basically, it shows all the power in

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the country. All the guys in this room are looking at all the

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Powerpoints to make sure they are running smoothly so everyone gets

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the power they need. Brilliant. Because electricity can't be stored,

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making an accurate prediction of how much we will need is vital to

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keeping the UK's lights on. John is one of the forecasters who helps

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make these predictions. What sort of things affect the amount of

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electricity that people want? part of what we do is looking at the

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weather. On a bright, sunny day, when it is warm people aren't going

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to be using their heating or lighting. A degree drop in

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temperature would see an increase in demand equivalent to a whole power

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station. You have a popular talent show on telly. It comes to an end.

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What happens then? All the people who were watching TV, they do things

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so they will boil the kettle to make a cup of tea, they will put lights

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on if it's got dark during the programme. They will turn their

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computers on. We will see a spike in demand. We have to forecast when

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they will be. Two of the biggest spikes have been at the end of last

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year's Wimbledon's men's final and for the Royal Wedding of William and

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Kate. Minutes after the famous kiss, they saw a massive increase in

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demand for electricity. How do they deal with spikes like this? If we

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don't have enough power, we can ask some of the power stations to supply

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more. That can take hours, depending on the power station. In an

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emergency, we have our secret weapon. That secret is at the top of

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a Welsh mountain - and a wet and windy one! Behind that mist is a

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lake. It contains seven million tonnes of water. That will be enough

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water to fill Wembley Stadium 12 times and it can produce a lot of

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electricity. This reservoir is drained through a series of pipes

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leading into the largest man-made cavern in Europe. Down here, there

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are six valves which act like the plug in your bath. Opening these,

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allows the water to flow through. This is the control centre, so

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should the UK need more energy, the call comes from the National Grid.

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You open the valves. Water comes gushing down. You can create

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electricity? That's correct.How quickly? In 15 seconds.That will

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happen when I press this? Yes.Now! The water that's released turns

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these turbines which generates the electricity that is then fed into

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the Grid. This is the bottom lake where all that water ends up. 580

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metres since it started its journey, it is mad to think that if we turn a

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kettle on at the same time, this place will spark into action.

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can't believe they let Helen control the valves there! Now, right now, it

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is Saturday night, we are in the control room, the TV show The Voice

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is about to finish. John and Vernon know that there is going to be a TV

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pick-up. So more of a demand for energy. So do you know at this point

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that you have got enough? Oh yes. I have got enough. The reason Bernard

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knows that is h because he is taking power from Dinorwig Reservoir. These

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guys in this control room know - is that an alarm? Is that OK? The Voice

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is running late. Although the Grid are generating extra power, we

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haven't started to use it. It is now running three or four minutes

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behind. This could be dangerous. Generating too much power could

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overload the system. You can see on the screen that it is starting to

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come to a close. They are talking about the teams. This is a close for

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the show. The show has now finished. On cue... That yellow bar is going

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to the left. At the end of The Voice, everybody got up and started

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using power. The Grid proved more than capable of dealing with it.

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They are going to turn off the other power station and this should drop

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right down to 50 which means that they are meeting the demand exactly.

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Right on cue, there it goes. John, Bernard, thank you for letting us

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see what you do. Thank you very much. All of this stuff, the tech

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that you see in a movie is here with all of these people in control of

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it, just so we can turn a light on. It was an amazing evening. Every

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time I turn the kettle on, in my head they go, "What is going on?"

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There is a chart there. They are there to make sure you have enough

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power. I won't do it as often! Last September, you might remember we

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launched a competition inviting primary schoolchildren to write and

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record the music and soundtrack for a Wallace and Gromit animation. We

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sent along our cameras to find out how they got on. The two teams who

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won our competition got this amazing opportunity to record their own

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version in a professional sound studio. First, are the blue team,

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who won in the older primary category. They are from Cornwall.

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They will be mastering their action-packed version of A Matter Of

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Love And Death. Paul is on hand to help out. We will make this sound

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brilliant! We have a booth over there. Shall we have a look? Yeah?

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First into the booth are Olivia and Maddie as singing nuns. Brilliant.

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We will swap over now. It is time Tor Tate and Emily to become cats.

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OK. Then it is time for ducks. Quacking effort, girls! I will play

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that back to you, OK? What did you think? Really good.You like it?

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Yes. My favourite noise was the nuns. It was funny. I think it is

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going to sound really good. Here is a clip from their final mix. Next,

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the red team,. Who won -- next the read team, who won in the younger

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primary category. This is their entry. We are ready. Ready when you

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are. And this one. To help, they have brought their own instruments.

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When you come out, it was really funny. Your ears go strange and you

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can't hear anything. One more time. Hard as you can! Not that hard! They

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have brought in a drill, too! Perfect, first time. Thank you very

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much. Well done.What do we think? Really good. You like it? The thing

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I mosted liked in the recording today was being in that tiny space

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-- most liked in that recording today was being in that tiny space

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and letting loose on the drums. is going to sound really good.

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is the red team's final mix. Well the winners. Thank you to everybody

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who took part in that competition. Barney, what are you up to? How is

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your duck impression? It isn't any better than yours! It is similar,

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really. Let's talk about summer. It is nearly here. So everyone is

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getting a T-shirt on. We know this because we get sent stuff. This

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T-shirt is amazing. It is a Blue Peter Badge. And it's really simple

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to make. We will be showing how to do something different. This is

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do something different. This is known as a slogo T-shirt. We have

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some people in the studio to help us out. Welcome to the show. Give us a

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wave and say hello. Hello. Hello. All the details you need for this

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make are on the Blue Peter website - that ask bbc.co.uk/bluepeter. You

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can choose any design you like. We have made it easy for you. We have

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made it even easier because you need to reverse these for them to print

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on your T-shirt. You can get software that does it for you, or

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you can press mirror image on your printer. The ones on the website are

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reversed for you. We take our slogos and we put on some transfer cream.

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This stuff costs �3.50 from a hobby and craft shop. You can probably get

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four T-shirts out of a tube. That is good to know if you are feeling

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creative, something Georgia knows all about. What have you done

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before? The way I did it, I drew and designed and coloured in my own

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design to go on to my T-shirt and then we scanned it into a computer

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and then we made it into a mirror image and then how we did it after

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that is, we printed it off on some special paper and then we put it on

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to the T-shirt and then we used a heat press and then... You have your

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own heat press? That is posh! Does your dad make T-shirts? No.The

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great thing about this process is you don't need to have special

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paper. You can do it on ordinary paper. It is the transfer cream that

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does the work. Of course, you don't need a heat press because they are

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probably about �1 million! This is simple to do and anybody can get

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involved. Once you have covered your slogo, place it face down on to your

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T-shirt like that. Then you need a roller. The neighbours will have

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one! Roll it forwards, roll it sideways. This is where you need to

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be patient. It takes eight hours to dry. In the meantime, here is some

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music. I'm only kidding! We will show you the one that was made

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earlier. Now, that is stuck. We need to get the paper off. You will

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notice this tin foil underneath. That is when you are applying the

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transfer cream, it can go through the material and stick your T-shirt

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together. You don't want that. Put the tin foil in the middle. Sponges,

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nice and wet, please. We want this paper to be as wet as possible. That

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will bring it away from the transfer cream. It is really handy that you

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are getting involved with this. Georgia is really getting involved

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with it. Just make sure the wet is coming through the transfer and then

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you use your finger, which everyone has got, and you work in a circle to

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bring the paper off. Look at that. It draws off the paper and reveals

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the logo underneath. How is yours going, Isaac? Fine.You are a

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creative person. What about the one you did at school? That was one that

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said, "Grip My Ride." It will look like this when the paper comes off.

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Once it is dried, make sure you seal it with more transfer cream to give

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it a glossy look. That will take another eight hours to dry. It is

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well worth it. Amazing! I can see them coming together. Good work. If

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you do decide to make one, all the details are on the Blue Peter

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website - bbc.co.uk/bluepeter. If you make one, send us a photograph

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of your effort. Let us know what design you go for. That address is

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[email protected] The Hip-Hop Shakespeare Company performed a rap

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for us earlier. Now it is time to test our knowledge of hip-hop and

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Shakespeare in a little known quiz called... Dost Thou Knowest Hip-Hop

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Whence Thou Hears It? What's up, yo? Is that Ben from the CBBC office or

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a hip-hop/Shakespeare-dressed costume character? You look amazing.

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I thought I would make the effort! All right, you ready? Yes.I will

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test you against your Shakespeare and hip-hop knowledge. Akala is

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going to say a line and you have to decide whether it is Shakespeare or

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hip-hop. Ready.Hit them with your first line. Maybe it is hatred I

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aspew, maybe it is food for the spirit. Hip-hop or Shakespeare?

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Hip-hop from Helen and Shakespeare from Barney. The correct answer was

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hip-hop. I knew you were going to win this. 1-0. Ready for line two?

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was not born under a rhyming planet. Shakespeare or hip-hop? The correct

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answer is Shakespeare. You are both correct. Another point. That is 2-1

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to Helen. I'm taking this far too seriously. The last one. Being so

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great, I have no need to beg. that Shakespeare or hip-hop? You

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both answered Shakespeare. It was Shakespeare! That was Richard II.

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Helen you win, you got three. Barney, you got two. That is a very

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close game considering that was me and you playing it! Thank you for

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playing. Thank you, Ben, thank you, Akala. Anyway, loads of you have

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been getting in touch throughout the show. We asked you to let us know

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what you are doing in a rap stylee. "Today I revised for my maths exam,

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then I had my dinner, which was ham." Michael says, "Today in

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French, I did a Blue Peter poster, my amazing level gets closer and

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closer." "Today I had a right laugh, but in maths we did a graph." That

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is my favourite. "My day started at the beginning and ended with a

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lesson in swimming!" Thank you to everybody who have got in touch

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today. You will love what is on next week. I get access all areas on a

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new show - Strangehill High. It is a mix of puppets and animation.

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is a proper Blue Peter film. And we are going bionic in the studio. We

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have got a vet who fits animals with bionic limbs. Loving the tech here.

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Ben, thank you for coming in. Akala, thank you as well. Lovely to hear

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from you throughout the show. Head over to the Blue Peter website and

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