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The Radio 1 Teen Awards rocked the CBBC channel on Sunday and I was

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backstage to meet the heroes. 2 million people found out how I got

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on at the opening ceremony for the Rugby League World Cup. And the race

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is on in the second part of our rally car Championship. It is fast

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and it is happening today on Blue Peter.

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Hello, how are you doing? It is jam-packed and there is no time to

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waste and we are going to tell you how to get involved in Children in

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Need. It is the Get Spotted campaign and it relies heavily on Palace We

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want to know all about your talents. Go to the website and let us know

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what weird and wonderful talents you have. Maybe you are good at jiving

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awed juggling or talking gibberish. Get in touch and tell us what your

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talents are. I have got a party piece and I will need your support.

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You can touch your chin with your toe? That is no good. As well as

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Barney being a multitalented man, he is also a birthday boy. Go over

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there and get ready for your talent bit. You can get involved in Get

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Spotted. You can get involved under a spotlight. Get your teachers to do

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it at school and charge people to come and see it. We are hoping we

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can inspire you. First up with a rap that he has written today, it is

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Radzi. I'm number 37 in the Blue Peter team and what that means is

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that I'm living my own dream. My whole life I've been doing it MY

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WAY. I mean my mum's from scotland, my dad from ZimBABWE. A shout out if

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she thinks I've missed her. Her name's Rufaro and I think she's the

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worlds best sister. Can't forget Loubie Lou and my best mate Paul

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Osei Owusu. Now four ways to Get Spotted, what you going to do? One,

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decorate a spot and it will go as a part of our spectacular spotty show.

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Two, you can spot some wildlife It's incredible what you can see if

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you look when the time's right. Three, now this one's fun but it

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needs some shopping. You make spotty pizzas, that's a pizza with a spotty

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topping. Four, do a performance in the spotlight. What, how? That means

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something like I'm doing right now! Now one final time I plead indeed.

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He was really nervous as well and he Get Spotted for Children in Need!

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He was really nervous as well and he told me. I would sponsor him. Nice

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skills. Stay tuned to see how we perform in the spotlight. We know

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you are very talented, not just at artwork and getting involved, but

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creating spots as well. Our big wall is packed full with some of your

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designs. All the spots you send in we are going to turn into digital

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images and they are going to be part of an incredible show happening

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outside our studios in Salford. We are going to try our best and

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decorate the whole studio. If you want to have a chance to have

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yours included, make sure you get it in. If you want us to show you your

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spots on this show, get it in by the 30th of November. This caught my

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eye. Esme and Sophia have made this. I am a big fan of symmetry. I love

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the design and the flowers. It is brilliant. I like this one. It is

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from Daphne from Kingston upon Thames. And somebody who has gone

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above and beyond is Evelyn. She has done an entire book of spots. Loads

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and loads of different spots. How did you get all those ideas? 10 8 of

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you have been in touch and a lot of those were e-mails. These are the

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people that have been in touch. Amy sent in this picture. She was

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inspired by bonfire night. Annabel has

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inspired by bonfire night. Annabel worms. These are edible ones. They

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look real. Thomas has got a lovely version of his wiggly worms. Rhianna

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is eating has. Thank you to everybody who has got in touch. Also

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look at how spotty our giant map is. Jersey is down there. Whether at

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home raising money and getting involved in Children in Need,

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remember to tell us where you are from so you can Get Spotted on our

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map. This is the Rugby League World Cup. 14 teams are playing right now.

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I am no rugby player. But I was involved in the opening ceremony

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performing on the same pitch. I was quite nervous. The Rugby League

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World Cup. 28 matches. 21 venues. 14 national teams. And one Barney

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Harwood. Yes, me. I am going to help out that at the opening ceremony

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right here at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff. This year's ceremony,

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watched by millions of people, will open the tournament and it is the

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most ambitious opener so far. This is a stage manager working on the

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ceremony. He has a lowdown on the job will be doing. We are here for a

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reason, I am helping you with the opening ceremony. What does it

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involve? It involves opening ceremony. What does it

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banner that will go around the opening ceremony. What does it

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in the opening ceremony and your job is to do all the queues. You will be

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saying three, two, one, ago. It is my job to make sure the flags go to

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the right place at the right time. Now I know what I have got to do I

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am heading back to the Millennium Stadium where the ceremony will take

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place to watch the final rehearsals. It is starting to dawn on me how

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huge the opening ceremony is going to be. Look at the size of this

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place. There will be 70,000 people in here. With 2000 performers and 12

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months of preparation, the preparation is on for me to do my

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job well. With less than 24 hours to go I hope I do not let everybody

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down. It is the morning of the opening ceremony. These guys are

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used to taking orders and they know what to do and when to do it, but

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they have never had me as a leader. Once they have been briefed it is

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time for them to practice holding and folding the flag correctly, so

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that it opens the right way around. It is important you pull out so it

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does not do this. It was time for me to practice my job. Three, two,

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one... Beautiful. Stop. Walk this Way towards the corner in three

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two, one. Stop on this corner. This is good fun. So we have

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two, one. Stop on this corner. This out at the Rugby club, but can we do

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it on the actual stadium's turbo. out at the Rugby club, but can we do

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minutes to go. I am watching what they are doing. The timing is

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crucial so that both flags moved at the same point and in time with the

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music, something I have not practised, that need to get right

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for the show. Next time this happens I will be in charge in front of

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70,000 people in here. Why did I say yes to this? Before I know it, it is

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showtime. The crowd loved the performances and everything is going

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to plan. Then it is our turn. How must the players feel when they walk

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out? To mark the very first game we bring on the flags for England and

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Australia. Labour flag down in three, two, one. Down. Once we are

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in position the music starts, which is my cue to reveal the flag.

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Get ready to stop in three, two one. Stop. Going down. Down. I have

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done it. What a feeling. Barney, thank you so much. Have a

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lovely day. Amazing. What can I say? You can only imagine how amazing the

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final will be on the 30th of November at Old Trafford. I am also

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very excited about Lindsey who is about to play the saxophone. She has

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not picked it up for three years. Take it away.

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Well played! That was amazing. The pink Panther is one of the best

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theme tunes ever. Come over here. That noise answers the next

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question. I was going to ask how your driving is. It is OK. Radzi's

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not brilliant. I am all about the speed! We can settle this. We know

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who the speed! We can settle this. We know

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Welcome to north Wales. People normally come here for the fresh sea

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air, the long walks. But look at those views. But today. People are

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going to get a very different view! This road plays host to one of the

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stages of the Wales Rally GB. And today, we are going to raise it We

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have already had one lesson in rallying from our tutor Ryan, but

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you could not say we were natural Rally drivers. Radzi proved he has a

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real need for speed, but that did mean he sometimes lost control of

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the car. Power! There are so much to think about. Lindsey showed that she

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likes to take things steady, but struggled a bit with the basics

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like steering and changing gear Second dear. That is fourth gear.

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But today, our focus is this, where there can be very little margin for

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error. Second dear, now. Third gear. While Brian begins by showing us how

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to drive the route, champion rally driver Alvin Evans explains why it

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is so difficult. It is a very twisty, challenging road. You have a

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big wall on one side and a rock face on the other, so there is no margin

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for error. Careful! Don't go too quickly. You will get corners that

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tighten up and leading to another corner immediately. It is all about

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correct lines and taking the corners at the correct speed. Brake! It is

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correct lines and taking the corners one of the challenging roads in

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Rally GB. Brake, fourth gear. Well done. Now Lindsey and I are more

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familiar with the course, it is time to race. We will each drive two

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laps, and the person with the quickest time wins. I am up first.

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Let's do this. Go! Brake! Power, power, power! That was

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better, mate. But, Brian, that did not feel fast at all. Time to see

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how Lindsey gets on. Go! Second dear. -- dear. Third gear, quickly.

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Accelerate. I am concentrating so hard, I am forgetting to change

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gear. Third gear! Fourth gear. Fifth gear. Keep going. Power, power,

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power, go, go, go! Wicked. That is my first lap in the bag, and I am

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leading Radzi by a whopping four microseconds. Pipe down, Lindsey.

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Four microseconds? I am getting that time back now. That is a winning

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time. The first one was time back now. That is a winning

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this one is the real deal. Let's see if I can claw back that time. Go.

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Second dear. Third gear. Fourth gear. Brake, down to third, quickly.

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Brake! Get off the brakes now! That was all right, wasn't it? I gave

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everything I had, and with a time of two minutes and 18 seconds, I have

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racked up the fastest lap so far. Now I am in the lead. Fairplay, you

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have upped your game, but I am not giving up without a fight. Go, go,

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go. Third gear. Power, power. Fifth gear. Watch the kerb on the left.

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Brake. Careful. Down to third. Brake! Go on. Well done. That felt

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good, and brine only seemed slightly concerned by my driving, but was it

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enough? How did we get on? With a time of two minutes 17.94, the

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winner is Lindsey! I have done it. Not the biggest of margins, less

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than a second, but a win is a win. She did you, mate. Sorry. That is

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how it is done. You have She did you, mate. Sorry. That is

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play the saxophone and you She did you, mate. Sorry. That is

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Radzi rap, and now it is Barney s turn. Over to you.

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# Somewhere beyond the sea. # Somewhere beyond the sea.

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# Somewhere, waiting for me. # Somewhere, waiting for me.

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# My lover stands on golden sands and watches the ships that go

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sailing. sailing.

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# Somewhere, beyond the sea. # Somewhere, beyond the sea.

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# She's there, waiting for me. # She's there, waiting for me.

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high. high.

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# And straight to her arms and go sailing. #. Hi from Friday Download.

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What are you going to do to Get Spotted for Children In Need? I m

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James Arthur, and I want you to Get Spotted. I played a doctor in Doctor

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Who. What are you doing to Get Spotted for Children In Need?

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Yes, there are loads of ways to get in touch for Children In Need. Head

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to the Blue Peter website for more details or e-mail us. Did you both

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watch CBBC on Sunday? Because it is the only thing to watch, and also

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because of the BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards. There were amazing

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performances I Tinie Tempah and Rizzle Kicks, but behind the glamour

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onstage, I met preteen heroes who are superstars in their own right.

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In September, I went to the Radio 1 studios to meet Nick Grimshaw, where

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we told you the nominations were open for the teen hero awards. You

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after a team of people whittled them down, I was involved in taking the

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final three. Wembley Arena, where the teen hero awards were presented

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in front of an audience of 9000 teens, with thousands listening at

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home . There were performances from James Arthur, Jessie J and Taylor

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Swift. Sharing the stage with our young heroes. Our first teen hero is

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a young girl called Chloe! Chloe has battled with her own mental health

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conditions, but has put those aside to help others, too. How did it feel

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when you found out you were this year's teen hero Dom one of them? I

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was so grateful that people had thought about me that I could not

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think about the excitement. But now I am here, I am like, oh, my gosh!

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What will it feel like when you walk out there and get your award as the

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teen hero? I am getting emotional. It will feel like everything I have

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done in my life has been worth it. Well done. Enjoy the day! Thank you

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so much. Let's hear it for Chloe! Our next teen hero unfortunately

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can't be with us tonight, but he is an amazing kid. Alexander is 13 and

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is committed to thinking for other people. As well as battling a

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condition which means his bones are so mobile that they popped out of

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place, he is also a full-time carer for his mother. Alexander could not

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make it to the ceremony, but was lucky enough to have Steve Backshall

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surprise him at his band practice. Is there someone called Alexander

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here? Is that you? It is a privilege to meet you. The reason Alexander

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here? Is that you? It is a privilege was awarded hero status is because

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he works hard and goes above and beyond everyday to raise money

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different causes and care for his mum. Let's meet him. Alexander

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raises lots of money for charity, including the poppy of Peel. Last

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year, he helped raise a whopping 22,000 pounds. You are hard at work,

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and this is one of the reasons you are one of our Radio 1 teen heroes.

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How does it feel? A bit shocked from when I was first told. Did you know

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your mum had nominated you? I did not know. You are a genuine hero. We

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have a couple of surprises for you. Do you know what this is? It is a

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barn owl. Thank you for being one of our teen heroes. Why do you think

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the Teen Awards are important, especially for Alexander? B it is

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cool for all of us to celebrate people out there that may not get

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recognised for what they do. These amazing teenagers have done amazing

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things. It is a cool thing to put them in the spotlight. They get to

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meet their idols act stage, and we get to meet them, which is equally

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amazing. Jeremiah is just 14, but already knows too much about youth

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violence. That has not stopped him campaigning, organising and making a

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huge difference. Jeremiah has been awarded hero status for his

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community work. When he was in year seven, he ran for young London

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mayor. In this role, he was able to distribute ?75,000 to improve his

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local area. Please give a very warm welcome to Jeremiah! How does it

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feel to be today? It is overwhelming. It has been a lot of

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fun going on the red carpet and overwhelming. It has been a lot of

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when Tinie Tempah came to overwhelming. It has been a lot of

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school? It was this a prize. I would have got a haircut and shaved! Is

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that Jeremiah? It has been brilliant getting this award, but at the same

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time, I have led to stay humble and not get too big headed. Make some

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noise for Jeremiah! Why is the award important? Any encouragement we can

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give to teenagers is a good idea. It will leave them with something for

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life. You will never get this feeling again. The show is winding

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down behind me, and what deserving teen heroes we found. I feel lucky

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to have been part of the selection process, and what a pledge to do it,

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at Wembley Arena, in front of thousands.

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Well done, guys. At the start of the show, I asked you to send in your

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weird and wonderful talents you have. Your comments have come in by

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the truckload. Maroon Dottie Ferri says I love singing, and I don't

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care when people tell me to stop. Amber in Wales says, I can do the

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splits while eating pizza! Another person says I can eat sour food

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without pulling a face! I hope that has given you inspiration to get

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sponsored for children in need. Make sure you are here next Thursday

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because we have got a treat for you. You will get the gunge one of

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these lovely people. Katie, Radzi, Shannon, you know about Get Spotted.

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Well, this is get splattered. You can vote for who you would like to

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see in a gunge tank extra week. It is going to be fun.

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see in a gunge tank extra week. It In Need. With a projection the size

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of an Olympic sized swimming pool, the spotty spectacular show will be

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big. If you want to get in touch, [email protected] And they vote

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for get splattered is open now. Have a lovely week. See you next time.

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Bye, everybody.

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