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No, I can't see with these at all.
What about these?
Oh, there you are. Hello, I'm Kimberley.
I want to find the glasses that will give me X-ray vision.
I want to be able to see what's happening in the next room!
Milo in tonight's story thinks his mum can see everything.
The story's by Angela McAllister and Alex T. Smith.
It's called 'My Mum Has X-Ray Vision'.
Milo's mum was like all other mums.
She had ordinary hair, ordinary clothes and a nice smile.
Milo's mum was just like all the other mums,
except she could see through things.
Milo was pretty sure she had X-ray vision.
On Monday, he was wrestling with a giant sea monster
when Mum shouted from downstairs, "Milo, sit down in the bath!"
How did she know what he was doing?
On Wednesday, he was brewing up spells in a mountain cave
to defeat a powerful wizard when Mum yelled from the kitchen,
"Milo, don't use my saucepans in the garden."
How did she know that he had them?
On Friday, he was defending his castle
from an enormous fire-breathing dragon
when Mum called up from the sitting room,
"Milo, don't bounce on the bed!"
How did she know where he was?
"It's really weird," Milo said to his friend Lola.
"My Mum can see what I'm doing, even when she isn't there."
"She must have X-ray vision."
"I'll ask my brother," said Lola.
"He's always reading superhero comics."
"He'll know about X-ray vision."
But Milo had to find out for himself.
"I'll give Mum a test," he thought.
On Saturday, when Mum asked him to help bring in the shopping,
Milo crept upstairs and hid in the wardrobe.
"Milo," called Mum.
"Where are you going?"
Milo smiled to himself.
"If Mum comes right inside, right up the stairs, right into the bedroom"
"and opens the wardrobe door,"
"I'll know for sure she's got X-ray vision."
But Mum didn't come.
Milo waited. Still Mum didn't come.
Maybe she couldn't see through wardrobes?!
Still, Milo waited.
Maybe Mum couldn't see through doors?!
"Maybe Mum's forgotten me?" thought Milo.
Then, suddenly, he heard footsteps.
Someone came up the stairs.
Someone opened the door.
"Mum," called Milo, and out he jumped.
But it wasn't Mum.
Lola offered Milo a gumdrop.
"My brother says that mums never have X-ray vision and he knows!"
"He's right," sighed Milo.
"I was wrong. I hid but she couldn't find me."
"She's not a superhero. She's just an ordinary mum like all the rest."
Then, they heard a rustle in the hall.
"Let's put this shopping away," said Mum.
So Milo and Lola helped Mum
as she thanked them with a nice, ordinary smile.
"Come on, Lola," said Milo. "Let's make a den now."
But just as they made a dash for the door,
"Milo!" shouted Mum.
"Don't hide that packet of crisps up your jumper!"
Milo looked at Mum suspiciously.
Then, a big grin crept onto his face.
"Guess what?" he whispered to Lola.
"I think my mum has eyes in the back of her head!"
That story was called 'My Mum Has X-Ray Vision.'
Hmm... I don't think I want eyes in the back of my head!
But X-ray vision would be very useful.
I could see if you were all ready for bed
as it's time for you lot to go to sleep.
I'll see you very soon for another story. Night-night.
Now, maybe these glasses will help me see you!
Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd.