Magic Tricks and Amelia Lily Blue Peter


Magic Tricks and Amelia Lily

Amelia Lily is in the studio to perform her latest single and Helen has a special surprise for a 10-year-old boy who rescued a couple after their boat capsized.


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Coming up: We put your questions to X Factor star and singer of the

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single You Bring Me Joy, Amelia lily. # You bring joy

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# You bring sadness... # I surprise a brave viewer with the

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highest honour of a gold Blue Peter badge.

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And star magician Fergus Flanagan shows us how to impress with an

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amazing magic trick you can try at Hello and twock Blue Peter. We've

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got a jam-packed show for you. Let's introduce you to our first

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magical guest, he's one of Britain's top magicians and star of

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the CBBC show, Help! My Supply Teacher is Still Magic. Welcome.

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It gives us great pleasure to award you with a Blue Peter sticky badge.

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Thank you. Tell us about the show? You surprise children, they don't

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know you are a magician, they think you are a supply teacher. It must

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be so much fun to film? We had so much fun in the first series anyway

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but the second one is just bigger, better and the illusions are

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grander. So I think if it was possible, we enjoyed this even more

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than the first series. Did you have to think about the way you filmed

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it more carefully though because once you have done a prank-based

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series, people could get to know what you are doing? We had

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disguises, I had a stick-on moustache, a come-over, some

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glasses. One of the magicians, James, who's bald, had a nice

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ginger wig, so we really went to town on the disguises which aided

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massively. We want to see a trick. Can you show us one?

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Make someone disappear. We have a card stuck behind this piece of

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glass. Behind it, I have stuck a playing card and I believe that

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will match the playing card you are about to take. OK. I love stuff

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like this. Sounds impossible, right. That's a prediction, if you like.

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OK. As I run through the cards, I would like you to touch one.

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That one. That one there? Yes. you let go and have a look at it

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and remember it. Yes. In fact, if you take it out and show it to the

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camera without me seeing. Lovely. When you are happy I'll turn back

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around. Got it. Seen it, dog? Yes, happy. If everything has gone to

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plan, my prediction will match the card you chose and you had a

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totally free choice so that would be incredible, right, impossible?

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Yes. Helen, the three of hearts, what was your card? Queen of clubs.

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Oh. Has it gone wrong? That is actually the Queen of clubs, it

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just looks different because the glass is a bit dirty. Just rub it

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and make sure it's on the other side of the glass. Yes. If I take

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this cloth and give the glass a bit of a clean like this, watch. You

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can see that now it does remarkably resemble the Queen of clubs. It's

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inside the glass! That is amazing! Thank you.

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Incredible. Have you got another trick?

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I do, yes. I'm greedy! Have a look at that piece of rope. Make sure

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there's nothing in the rope, no magnets so it doesn't come apart.

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When you are happy, you can pass it back to me. There you go. Lovely.

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If you could say stop when you think I'm half way down the rope.

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Stop. Stop. Very good. I'll take the rope and cut it just there.

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That will give me two equal pieces of... Oh, dear, sorry. It didn't

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stretch when you had it, did it? No. If I take the shorter piece and

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the longer piece, I should be able to, if you keep your eyes on the

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middle bit... What? Now I have in fact got two pieces of rope the

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same length. If you weren't watching that closely, I'll start

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again with just one piece. It's back to one piece of rope. Let me

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see! Keep your eyes on the ends. Watch

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the ends carefully. If you are not, you will miss the moment they come

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off. Amazing. I am mesmerized by this, absolutely amazing, thank you

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so much. Thank you very much. Fergus will

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stick around to teach you a trick, so get some coins ready later on in

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the show. Magic plays a huge part in the filming of Blue Peter. Every

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single week, as if by magic, your letters and e-mails appear by magic.

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So clever. Thank you very much. Every single one of your letters

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get read. If you do something cool and creative, you can get yourself

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a Blue Peter badge. Every now and again, we hear about somebody who's

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done something extraordinary. That was the case when we heard about

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Stuart. He did something so brave and courageous, we thought he

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deserved one of this, a gold Blue Peter badge.

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I'm here on the south coast to surprise a boy called Stuart Crang

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with our top award, a gold Blue Peter badge. Back in July, he was

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out in the harbour in his dinghy when he saw a couple in danger.

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Their lives were on the line. Their boat capsize and they were both in

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the water. Battling the tide and the winds, Stuart rode to their

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safety and towed them to shore. Once he'd safely returned, the only

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thing he was worried ability was getting in trouble for his dad for

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being too far off sore. But in fact he's actually become a

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bit of a local celebrity. A ten- year-old boy from Devon's been

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hailed a hero after coming to the rescue of a couple whose boat

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capsized. I just said, give me your rope and I just towed them in.

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life-saving hero is in this classroom. Stuart is in the middle

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of a science lesson, he has no idea that we are here. Let's go and

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surprise him. Hello. Sorry to interrupt, everybody. I know you

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are in the middle of a lesson. I came here to look for Stuart. Don't

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look scared. Hello, you all right? Yes. We wanted to say thank you and

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celebrate your achievements by giving you one of these. It is Blue

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Peter's highest accolade. Now, David Beckham's got one of these,

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the Queen has, and now Stuart Crang has one. Congratulations, Stuart.

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Thank you. Am I right in thinking that you

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like being out on the water? Yes. There's a brand-new breed of

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lifeboat, very fast and impressive, very responsive. We want you to

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test one. Are you in? Yes. Let's do The RNLI is the organisation which

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saves lives at sea. Since they were founded in 1824, they've saved an

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estimated 140,000 lives. This is the latest tool in their armoury,

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the Shannon Class Lifeboat. Each o boat costs �15.5 million and

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they're 50% faster than the boats they are replacing. In their

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lifetime, the Shannon Class Fleet could save 1500 lives at sea and,

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amazingly, they have agreed to let Stuart drive one. Welcome to the

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Shannofpblt we are going to have a look around in a minute, but how

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does it feel to be a gold badge winner? Really good. Take me back

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to the day you rescued the couple? On that day when I went out, there

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was two people in the water in Devon. How did they seem? Scared?

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Yes. They seemed scared and petrified. What about you? How

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scared were you? Quite scared because when I got them on tow,

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their boat kept filling up with water because there was a little

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hole about that big, it dragged me boat under with it a bit. Do you

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want to try this brand-new piece of kit? How do you feel about that?

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Good. With a little help from Martin,

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Stuart is going to take charge of the pride of the RNLI's fleet.

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This will make you go ahead. The more you go that way, the faster

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you will go. This one over here is your steering. That makes us go

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forward, that makes us reverse? Press that button and you will take

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control from the top. We're off. Stuart's not bothered at all, he's

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just grabbed the lever and he's off. I can't believe he's actually

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driving. Not only is he driving a lifeboat, he's driving a brand-new

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lifeboat with all the latest technology. Never mind James Bond,

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it's all about Stuart Crang. Stuart's at the helm, but I am

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staying in my seat because everything on this brand-new boat

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can be controlled from here. Communication systems are on there.

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If I scroll down, I can access the chart to see where we are. There

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are cameras all over the boat so you can look into the engine room

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and see that's all working properly. You can buckle yourself into the

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boat and keep an eye on the computer if it's all kicking off

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outside. This is the chart so you can see where we are. At the moment,

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we are heading out to sea. We are heading out to sea because the crew

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want Stuart to help test the boat with a man overboard rescue,

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pulling one of their crew members, Natalie, out of the water. There's

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our casualty, so Natalie's playing the victim, we have to pull her out.

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Wow, we're going fast! She looks freezing. Rescuing people from the

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water is one of the most common things the RNLI have to do. We are

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practising by hoisting Natalie into the safety of the boat. How does

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this compare then to when you were doing it? Different. Not at all?

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It's all down to you. In she comes. With Stuart clocking up yet another

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successful rescue, there's just one more bit of navigating for him to

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do. Go forward on those. Towards the tractor. That's to drive the

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boat back to the beach and on to the tractor where it's kept, ready

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to be deployed at a moment's notice. Right, Stuart, you are now one of

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the only people in the country, small select group of people,

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who've driven one of these. How did that feel? Awesome. Is this

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something you will be doing in ten years' time? Probably. Certainly

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makes me feel more confident if I know you are going to be out there

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helping people. So thank you for letting me be on board when you

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were driving. Thank you. What Stuart did was amazing, but

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he's a very good rower and the RNLI have asked me to remind you that he

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could have been in a dangerous situation had he not known what he

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was doing. If you see something similar, it's always good to

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contact the coastguard and police first, otherwise you might need

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rescuing yourself. Always ask an adult to help too. We are excited

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about our next guest, he loves ladys with pink hair, don't you

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Barney? That's a yes! She's had a manic six months and released her

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debut single which went straight in at number two. She's coming in in a

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second! She sang in Shrek The Musical and it all came about after

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being an X Factor finalist at the age of 17. It's Amelia lily!

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If you could duet with anyone in the world, past or present, who it

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be and why? That's from PurpleMetallicHyena. I think it has

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got to be Pink. What's been the best part of the last year? That's

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from CrystalSprinklesVampire. Watching my single climbing the

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charts. But must give you such a buzz. I remember when I was

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watching the iTunes chart, I thought I was going to throw up.

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The adrenalin was quite crazy. must be crazy to be having a single

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in the charts. Who or what inspired you to sing? That's from

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AmaranthPuffyCat. My brother. He sings as well. Water would you do

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if you're not a singer? I think I would have gone into hairdressing.

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I like fiddling with her. I'm very good at dyeing hair, as well. Or I

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would have liked to have been a tornado chaser. Thanking answering

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those questions. Stick around because you're going to sing your

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new single later Ron and Fergus will teach her how to do a magic

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trick. Get your coins and you can join in as well. It's that time of

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year again when some people are thinking about booking a summer

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holiday. Lucky them. I used to work on a cruise ship as an entertainer.

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I've always wanted to know what it would be like as a guest. Well, it

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would be far too kind for the producers at Blue Peter to send me

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on a holiday. Here's what happened. Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for

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joining us on our 14 day trip around the Mediterranean are

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calling at Rome, Monte Carlo and Barcelona. We are pleased to

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announce all passengers have full use of the many facilities on board

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including 12 restaurants, four swimming pools and tennis courts.

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Yes, whenever we hear the word cruise liner that's the image which

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has conjured up, isn't it? Holidaymakers having fun too cheesy

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soundtrack but if you work behind the scenes on a massive ship like

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this one, are preparing for a two- week voyages half from a holiday.

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This cruise liner measures to and and 88 metres long, the same length

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as five-and-a-half Olympic-sized swimming pools. It's due to set

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sail at 4pm the sub-dean for a two- week jaunt in Europe and I'm here

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to find out exactly how the 8,000 members of staff prepare. And, of

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course, give them a helping hand along the way. First things first.

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3,500 passengers it has got on board the ship and they are going

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to be hungry so it's up to the chefs behind his revolving door to

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get the food prepared for that I made a roast dinner once and it

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took me 1 hour. They have got to do 3,500 meals in just six. My first

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task is to help them. I wish this was smelly a vision. It smells

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amazing. Hello, I am a bunny. I know you haven't got a lot of time

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before the ship sails but I'm here to help pupils up I want you to

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finish of this with some cream and chocolate. Then you can finish it

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off. A lot of cream like that. And a bit of chocolate on top.

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little squirt, chocolate on top, yes, I can do that. Catch you later.

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A squirt and then a line and a bit of chocolate. I have washed my

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hands, by the way. This kitchen can serve up to 12,000 takes a day

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which means each member of the catering team has to bake and ice

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around 75 cakes each and every day for two whole weeks. That's a whole

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lot of piping. Only 4,000 to go. I couldn't be a chef. I would eat so

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much. As well as feeding its passengers, the staff also have to

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make sure the guests accommodation is shipshape at all times. It's

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quite mad to think each one of these rooms needs to be cleaned.

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Cathy's job is to make sure the guests get the best service

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possible and that includes making sure all bedrooms are up to scratch.

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He here we are. It looks amazing. What a beautiful Swede. What am I

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going to do? It's all about the finishing touches, the flowers,

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champagne, chocolates. Proper finishing touches. You really look

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off your guests. We do. -- you really look after your chefs. To

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get up each bedroom to this high standard, takes a team to make sure

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there's towels, 4,000 sheets and 13,000 toilet rolls on board. Just

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so the guests can have clean rooms every single day. It's quite

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daunting to think. Look at the length of that corridor there. We

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had easily the same again to go. had 1540 passenger cabins on here

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so it's a lot of work to do. All of these cabins have to be done every

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day. With my finishing touches, it's now time for the ship to sail

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but this one very important person I need to meet. Let's meet the

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captain. You are the man in charge, I guess. Yes, I'm the captain of.

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How are you doing? Already we can see so many gadgets for I feel

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right at home. Before they leave, the captain needs to make it safe,

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check the weather and make sure the passengers on board. For some

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reason, he's not trusting me to do any of these cheques but there is a

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job and navigator is allow me to do. We speak to the engineers using

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this talk back, for example. This is Barney from Blue Peter. 50

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minutes to departure. If you could fire up all the engines. Starting

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at all engines. It's dead easy, all of this stuff, bring it on. As they

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finish the final checks, the last of the passengers start to take

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their places on board are ready to get settled into their home for the

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next two weeks. There you have it for so I cooked and cleaned and

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captained, and the passengers annually on board and they are set

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to go on their crews. I hope all the passengers appreciate the hard

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work which has gone into making -- it ready. I need a holiday! Wait

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for me. This is the showbiz them away you go away but I was there

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all day and worked really hard. That's my excuse for taking the

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chocolates from cabin six. Earlier on, Fergus show do some amazing

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tricks. Now he's going to teach you how to do one at home so hopefully

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we have some coins so you can join in. Amelia, you are the guinea pig.

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As well as the prediction, we have five coins and I would like you to

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name any shape. Square. If we put a square on the back of the coin.

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Triangle. Good. Circle. Fantastic. Diamond. Excellent, quite elaborate.

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And a cross. Brilliant. I would like to put those coins into your

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I would like you to cover them. Excellent. In a moment, I'm going

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to get you to drop them on the table. Any coiner which lands with

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the shape not showing, we will put to one side but before you do that,

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give them a shake. Drop them on to the square. Gather up those two,

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excellent. Drop. Try again. One more. Big shake. It is like toast.

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Why does it always land face down? This trick could last for two days.

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The air we go. cross. You could shake get as many

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times as you wanted. You a left with one coin, the circle.

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prediction in this and will open is that she would be left with a

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How did you do that? It's very simple. All you need to do is get

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five coins, a permanent marker and a prediction piece of paper. Draw a

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circle on the card and you leave that at the front. Then you need to

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choose one point ahead of time, before you start the trick and you

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draw a circle on that, so I chose tempi. Then you put that, so the

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symbol is not showing someone ask you to name the five shades, I wait

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until you say circle and I remember which one I put a circle on it and

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draw it on. That's clever. There is a circle on both sides. Sneaky,

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absolutely brilliant. If you would like a reminder, go to the Blue

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Peter website. Also there is a brand new trick exclusive to the

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bad side as Fergus at an especially for you involving a pack of cards.

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Fergus, thank you very much. You're going to perform for us shortly,

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Amelia. Before she does her song, I really like this, let's tell you

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what's happening on next week's show. I join Chris Evans on his

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Radio 2 Breakfast Show to help launch this year's 500 Words short

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story writing competition. It really is an amazing competition.

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Loads of people are involved. There is, Maynard. We meet one of the

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team behind the BBC's amazing new wildlife show, Africa. And they

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tell you all about the amazing new cameras they've used to get the

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best shots. Plus, they've got some unseen clips from the series for

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you too. It really is an amazing series. It's almost as amazing as

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Amelia Lily's New Age single. I join Chris Evans on his Radio 2

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Launch this year's 500 Words short # Oh, yes. My mind is playing

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tricks on me. # It's the same as it's always been.

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# Seeing things out the corner of my eye.

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# Ooh, are you gonna be my guy? # Ooh, ooh.

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# Waiting for a session and now we feel the pressure.

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# Ooh, ooh. # Get some for the rest cos you

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never learnt your lesson. # You like it a lot.

:26:32.:26:35.

# Shut up and give me whatever you got.

:26:35.:26:38.

# I'm tired of waiting. # Baby, can't you take it?

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# Oh baby, you're falling apart. # Falling in love while I'm

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breaking your heart. # Why can't you take this crazy

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love? # Oh yes.

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# My heart is blowing hot and cold. # Sending lightning into my soul.

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# Seeing things out the corner of my eye.

:27:07.:27:14.

# So are you gonna be my guy? # Ooh, doo.

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# Waiting for a session and now we feel the pressure.

:27:18.:27:23.

# Ooh, doo. # Get some for the rest cos you

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never learnt your lesson. # You like it a lot.

:27:27.:27:30.

# Shut up and give me whatever you got.

:27:30.:27:34.

# I'm tired of waiting. # Baby, can't you take it?

:27:34.:27:37.

# Oh baby, you're falling apart. # Falling in love while I'm

:27:37.:27:39.

breaking your heart. # Why can't you take this crazy

:27:39.:27:49.
:27:49.:27:53.

# Turn it up, turn it up. # Uh oh.

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# Show the girls what you got. # Uh oh.

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# To the right, to the left. # Uh oh.

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# Is that the best that I'm gonna get?

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# Shut up and give me whatever you got.

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# You like it a lot. # Shut up and give me whatever you

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got. # I'm tired of waiting.

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# Baby, can't you take it? # Oh baby, you're falling apart.

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# Falling in love while I'm breaking your heart.

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# Why can't you take this crazy love?

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Amelia Lily is in the studio to perform her latest single and Helen has a special surprise for a 10-year-old boy who rescued a couple after their boat capsized.


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