The Vamps, Halloween Pumpkin Carving and Barney's Bike Challenge Blue Peter


The Vamps, Halloween Pumpkin Carving and Barney's Bike Challenge

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With over four million views online, The Vamps will be live in the studio

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with their new studio. And it is going to be epic, find out how I get

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on in my Big Bike Challenge. And this week autumn Watch are telling

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you how to spot animals for sponsorship. That is all live on

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Blue Peter. Hello. You're watching Blue Peter.

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It is a live show and we are packed to the rafters, look we have got

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rafters. And it is about three Ps - pizzas, pumpkins and performances -

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by the vamps. They will be performing their new single scan we

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dance. But we -- Can We Dance. If you could have anybody go to a dance

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with you who would you pick. I would go for Kelly Rowland. It has to be

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Jessica Ennis. Do you think so? Whatever your answer is, go to the

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web-site at bbc.co.uk/bluepeter And at the end of the show we will show

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as many of your comment as we K Around the corner is a

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as many of your comment as we K prepared for it is Keira, from

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Kendal. Look at that pumpkin. It is an owl she has carved. That festival

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is Hallowe'en. Only seven days away. If you need to get inspired to get a

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pumpkin and start carving, here is your man, Dave fivengle. -- Finkle.

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We couldn't bring you here without showing the magic you bring to the

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table and first of all, we should kill the lights to expose that

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magic. Take a look at that. Barney Harwood in a pumpkin and Lindsey

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Russell as well. Dave, this a amazing, how did you get involved in

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carving? About six years ago, we in the village decided to grow pumpkins

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to raise money for charity. It was that the point we had to carve them

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and I thought we could do something different. It is amazing. You have

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some top tips. They involve these lids. We have first, the first tip

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is bottom. Even go for carving the top of the pumpkin to create a lid.

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If you carve the bottom out, so you can get in and remove the inside and

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then you can light your candle and just plonk the pumpkin on top. One

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thing I find is when I cut around the lid, then the lid falls in after

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a couple of days. Because it has shrunk. That's right. The next tip

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is water. Well, if you can carve your pumpkin two or three days in

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advance and you want to do something more interesting, you can carve it

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and put it in a bucket of water and it keeps it fresh and hydrated. Then

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you don't have to do it in one sitting. The best tip is after you

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have used it on Hallowe'en, you put it back in water, you can reuse it

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on Bonfire Night. There are a few presenters and you have only got two

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pumpkins here. You have partly done one of me. But will you be able to

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finish that by the end of the show? There is a lot of hair to get

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through. But we will cope. In 2 minutes I will see if you have done

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the job. They look amazing. It does take him nine hours to do his hair.

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Last week we asked you to Get Spotted for cheed. -- chor Children

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in Need. See if you can spot your spot. If you can, thank you for

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getting in touch. Now we were talking about the spectacular spot

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show and we said if you're going to design a spot, make sure it is not

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too small. Isabelle has gone one further. It is like a giant's

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frisbee. You have been e-mailing as well. I will walk slowly so the

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camera can follow me. Back here the e-mails that have been sent in.

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Morgan sent this in. He is a football fan. His sister Bethan has

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gone for a green spot for the background of Pudsey. And that is a

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cherry or a heart. But I love it. If we go back to this one, she has

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spots all over her spots. You have a pizza, a football, there is a ?

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coin. Is a planet, a heart, a face. The idea for you to send your spots

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is so you can be part of the spectacular spot show. It is an

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amazing light show that will light up the home of Blue Peter. If you

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would like to send yours n Get Spotted at the BBC web-site. Feast

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your eyes on that spot from Rosy. We will put a spot somewhere on your

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map. But we can't, because she hasn't told us where she lives. Tell

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us where you come from. If you make a spot, let us know the town you

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come from, so we can put it in your just desserts. And we have been

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showing you loads of other ways to get involved for Children in Need.

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Last week we showed you thousand make your own spotty -- how to make

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your own spotty pizzas, that you can sell by the slice to make some

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dough. We want you to tell as many as people about the Get Spotted

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campaign. Last week we went on a special nationwide pizza delivery

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tour. Here is how we got on. There is no time. We have gone to the live

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show. We have got some spotty pizzas to deliver. We have got 20 seconds.

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Spotty pizzas for Get Spotted. Help yourself. With the first ones

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delivered, we head south, leaving Radzi in the north. First to

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Newsround. Blue Peter have launched a special appeal... After two

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deliveries and some sleep, it is time for the next drop off. We are

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in London and it is earl y. I'm going back to bed. No, we have got a

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job to do. Let's deliver. The Chris Evans breakfast show! Blue Peter are

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here live. Come in Blue Peter. Lindsey is here with Barney. Tell us

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what is going on. We have brought you some pizza. It has Get Spotted

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on it. We are asking you to Get Spotted for Children in Need. It has

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olives and onions. Well done Blue Peter. No time to chat. Pizza to

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deliver. Next we are across the road to the radio one breakfast show We

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have brought you some pizza. I love pizza at 8. 45am. I want that. You

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can have a slice. Thank you and good luck. Enjoy your pizza. That went

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down well. I don't know how that could be topped. Topped? Spl

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Topping. I will have to give you a pizza my

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Topping. I will have to give you a traffic-free way to travel in

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London. Pizza delivery by tandem. While they pedal across London I'm

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about to make another drop off in Salford. We have a pizza from

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Children in Need and Blue Peter And we have arrived at the ITV studios.

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Next stop This Morning. Next 15 miles away, we ditch the tandem

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Welcome to football focus. Radzi spots another opportunity. Sorry, we

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have got pizzas for you both. Back in London, Lindsey and I are

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arriving at Strictly Come Dancing. We brought you some pizza. Cheers.

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See you in a bit. Everyone Get Spotted. How is it going? Very well.

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What do you have left to do. I'm going to see the cast of Wicked I

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will have to go, I'm about to go on air. Bye. We have pizzas. Yes! Do we

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like? Yes. With a dash across Manchester I have enough time to viz

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say it truly awesome cast. In fact, they're wicked. Sorry to interrupt

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you, but say hello to Blue Peter. We have got pizzas for you. Then last,

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but not least, it is Five Live Drive. We have come to deliver you

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pizzas. Here you go. That is it All my pizzas are delivered. Lindsey and

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Barney, what about yours? We have well got one final to deliver. How

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are you? What a nice way to start. We have

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are you? What a nice way to start. day, but we haven't had anything

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ourselves. So hungry Pizza? No! Such a good day. Thank you to everyone

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who helped us. If you want to make your own spotty pizza, head to the

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web-site at bbc.co.uk/bluepeter and go to the pizza bit and the details

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are there. If cooking isn't your thing, how about getting spotted to

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spot wildlife. We have linked up autumn Watch and you can go and

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print off our wildlife part. Here is Michaela Strachan. We are filming

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deer here for autumn Watch. We want you to spot as many autumn time an

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mams as you can -- animals as you can. It could be a fun way to raise

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money for Children in Need. This is my top five creatures to spot in the

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UK this autumn. At five a noisy bird called a starling. At this time of

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the year they do something amaze. It is -- amazing. Hundreds and

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thousands of them fly together in a big flock, swooping and soaring in a

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huge cloud. Coming in at four, it is deer. This time of the year many

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deer are rutting. And that is when the males lock antlers and fight for

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the attention of a female. Keep quiet, keep your distance and keep

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still, because deer are very skittish. And at 3-2 bird, the red

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wing and the field fair and they migrate to the UK to feed up on

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berry ands fruits. At two is the Tawney owl. Owls sleep in the day

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and are awake at night. Listen for this sound... OWL HOOTS. Foxes, you

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can see urban foxes in and around towns and cities. So get out there

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and get spotting. But first, head to the Blue Peter web-site where you

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can down load your the Blue Peter web-site where you

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seen. So from us here, good luck and get spotted for Children in Need.

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Thank you. If you are going to spot wildlife, go somewhere safe and take

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an adult with you. Now time to tell you about Barney's Big Bike

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Challenge. Let's try it again. And it is Barney's Big Bike Challenge.

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So has the hard work, the bumps and the bruises been worth it? Well

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you're going to find out now in Barney's big bike... What that. We

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feel weeks of training and it is race day. All our mrepration --

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preparation will be tested on a 60 mile route that shares the start and

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finish of the Tour of Britain. The professional race covers 120 miles

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from Carlisle to Kendal: My route is shorter than the official race as

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these athletes can go faster and further than me. We have had a head

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start. But reaching the finish line before them is still an epic

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challenge. It has become very real. Just like any ride, I know where I

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am going and what I need to do but for some reason today feels scary.

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Here we go. Today, I am riding with my team. Jack, Becky, Caroline, Tom,

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Bill and team leader, Jack. Conditions are good, but Jack is

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worried about the weather. It is really, really cold. I have gloves.

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There are not many clouds, so hopefully the rain will hold off,

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but we have bad forecasts. Before we set off, I get support from an

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Olympic champion. Just good luck message me and everyone at great and

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cycling team. You do not need luck. Just get on your bike, pedal hard

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cycling team. You do not need luck. and no worries. Ed Clancy. What a

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legend. We know the route. We know our roles. Team Blue Peter is ready.

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See you later. The weather is still on our side as we loosen our legs on

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the ride out of Carlisle. The bike feels great. First 20 miles is flat,

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so we need to pedal fast. We get as much energy as possible on the way

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out. But then the weather starts to turn.

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We thought things were going too well. The wind is quite strong but

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the rain is the problem, I think. I am more nervous about the rain

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because when it gets wet, the tyres and rakes get wet, and you cannot

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stop as well, which makes me nervous. But like any professional

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team, we have a support crew. The coach, medic and easier therapist

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and bike mechanic, in case of any incident. So far, so good. We have

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done about 11 miles. We have stopped for a pit stop to have some food.

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Right on cue, the heavens have opened. It is raining, windy, cold.

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A great day for a bike ride. As the gathering clouds pelt us with

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rain and we are buffeted by wind, riding tightly together becomes more

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important. My knees are hurting We have reached 20 miles, and our

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Headstart has run out. The Tour of Britain race has begun and my

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recurring injury has come back to haunt me. 20 miles in, and my knee

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has gone. We are almost halfway but we are stopping again because I want

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to talk to the physio about the pain in my knee. My knee is starting to

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hurt quite a bit. Every time I put pressure on it and get out of the

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saddle to go up the hill, it is like a stabbing pain, the same as

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saddle to go up the hill, it is like time. This is where the challenge

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really begins. That was the warm time. This is where the challenge

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I am confident he is in a good place for this next section. Even though

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it is painful, I can go another 30 miles, which is what we are after.

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It is a very long climb. It is the big one. But I am feeling good. The

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physio is happy that I can still ride, so we set off to tackle the

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monster mountain roads. This weather is ridiculous. As you can tell, the

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rain has got a little bit worse When it rains here, it really rains

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here. It is not just the weather we have

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to worry about. Our lead rider is struggling and we have to make an

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emergency stop. Jack has been sick a few times, so he is going to sit it

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out and go in the car. But without him and his support, I would not be

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here today. He has been an incredible inspiration. He is

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incredibly fit, but unfortunately he is not well today. Get well soon,

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Jack. I will see you on the other side. Are we set? With Jack

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recovering, we begin our assent of the biggest test of our cycling

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route. The highest mountain pass in the

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Lake District, over 450 metres above sea level, and uphill all the way.

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Otherwise known as three miles of pain.

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How strong is that wind? This is the hardest thing I have ever done in my

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life. Not fast enough, Barney. Come on.

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You are a dead man, Charlie. I can't believe I have made it to

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the top still in the saddle, and neither can Charlie. That is the

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hardest I have ever worked at anything. Amazing. I am so

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emotional. I can't even speak. You did great. Great job, Barney. We

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have 45 minutes. I reckon it will be about an hour down from here. We

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have broken the back of our ride but dropped off the pace of the Tour of

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Britain. The professionals are gaining on team Blue Peter having

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ridden 50 miles of their route. If we don't push it, they might eat us

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to the finish line. When it starts to rain this heavy, I am pulling

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hard on the brakes and not stopping. It makes riding a bit more

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interesting! The weather is causing the professionals all sorts of

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trouble, too. They are slowing down and now have to battle the slopes of

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the Lake District. But we are on our descent towards Kendal. Less than

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ten miles to go and we are unstoppable. Quite steep here, guys.

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We cannot be far away now, can we? On the outskirts of Kendal, we get

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some energy boosting moral support. Then, as we rejoin the main tour

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route, it is clear we have made it ahead of the professional race. Team

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Blue Peter powers to the finish and there is someone special waiting

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there. My dad. Well done. Proud of you. Fantastic. What a great thing

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to see on the finish line. Without them I would not have been able to

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do it. Can I get a cheer for my team? They are amazing. 12 weeks of

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really hard training. I have fallen off, her myself, and I have scars to

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prove it. off, her myself, and I have scars to

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with a team behind you and a off, her myself, and I have scars to

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succeed, you can do absolutely anything. Get on a bike. It will be

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the best thing you do. This is my bike, and I'm so glad I did. I got

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quite emotional. I am not the only one proud of you. Katie from Norwich

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made you a medal to say well done. Thank you. That is lovely. I have to

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say thank you to everybody at British cycling, and to Jack and

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Becky, Caroline, Colin, everyone who got involved. But more importantly,

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Charlie, my coach, you are a legend. Thank you. Congratulations. Now it

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is time for the big reveal. Kill the lights.

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Amazing! Thank you so much for that. I am blown away by that. The

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Vamps are in the studio. You had better get used to the screaming

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because you are touring with Taylor Swift. We have only been banned for

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two years, so it is an incredible opportunity. You are getting more

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famous by the second. We are going to see why, so get ready for your

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performance. In the meantime, we can tell you about next week. We are

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going to be making edible worms Spooky edible worms. Look at those.

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Horrible! Stop it! And we will be joined by the cast of the

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award-winning musical Wicked. They will be performing live in the

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studio. If you want your spot to be used in the Spectacular Spot Show,

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go to the website and check it out. Now, they are going to perform for

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us. If you sent us a message to say who you would have as your dancing

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partner, I am sorry. Watch the bottom of your screen. Now, The

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Vamps with can we do is. # I talk a lot of shh when I'm

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drinking, baby. # I'm known to go a little too fast.

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they're all crazy. # But they're the only friends that

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I have. # But they're the only friends that

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# But I'd like to skip the smalltalk and romance, girl.

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# That's all I have to say, so, baby, can we dance?

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# Here we go again, another drink I'm caving in.

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# Stupid words keep falling from my mouth.

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# You know that I mean well. # My hands remember somewhere else.

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# Your eyes are doing naughty butterflies.

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# Oh, oh. # One more drink and I should go.

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# Oh, oh. # But maybe she might like me

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though. # Oh, oh.

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# I just can't think of what to say. # Should I go, should I stay?

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# Just can't let her slip away. # I talk a lot of shh when I'm

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drinking, baby. # I'm known to go a little too fast.

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# Don't mind all my friends, I know they're all crazy.

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# But they're the only friends that I have.

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# I know I don't know you. # But I'd like to skip the smalltalk

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and romance, girl. # That's all I have to say, so,

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baby, can we dance? # I was nearly in, but then came the

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pushy friend. Killed the vibe and took my perfect

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ten away. You know I need you, girl.

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My heart's not made for someone else.

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So save me here cos I can barely stand.

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# Oh, oh. # One more drink and I should go.

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# Oh, oh. # But maybe she might like me

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though. # Oh, oh.

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# I can't take this anymore. # Should I go, should I stay?

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# This could lead back to her door. # I talk a lot of shh when I'm

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drinking, baby. # I'm known to go a little too fast.

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# Don't mind all my friends, I know they're all crazy.

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# But they're the only friends that I have.

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# I know I don't know you. # But I'd like to skip the smalltalk

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and romance, girl. # That's all I have to say, so,

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baby, can we dance? # I've been a bad, bad boy.

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# Whispering rude things # I've been a bad, bad boy.

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# Please say she'll change her mind and bring me back to her place.

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# I talk a lot of shh when I'm drinking, baby.

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# I'm known to go a little too fast. # Don't mind all my friends, I know

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they're all crazy. # But they're the only friends that

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I have. # I know I don't know you.

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# But I'd like to skip the smalltalk and romance, girl.

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# That's all I have to say, so, baby, can we dance?

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With over 3 million hits online, The Vamps have taken the music industry by storm. They perform their new single Can We Dance? in the Blue Peter studio. The team are asking you to Get Spotted for Children in Need by spotting wildlife in and around your garden. Plus, it's race day for Barney - after weeks of blood, sweat and tears, his Big Bike Challenge comes to a stunning climax as he races against the peloton on the second stage of the Tour of Britain. As it's the week before Halloween, a carving expert attempts to carve Radzi's face into the side of a pumpkin.


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