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It's Driver Dan's Story Train!
-Hello, Driver Dan!
# Which of our friends are we going to see?
# Which of our friends do you think it will be?
# Climb aboard and travel with me
# All aboard the Story Train!
# All aboard the Story Train! #
Twinkle has been looking for our friends. Who has she found?
-'Look, there's Loopy.'
-'Yeah, Precious is there too.'
'So is Hip, he's bouncing on the trampoline.'
-'And where there's a Hip...'
-'There's always a Hop.'
-'Over there! There she is!
You're right. It's Loopy, Precious and Hip and Hop.
Let's go and say hello.
Oh, well done, Hip! You're bouncing!
-I really am! Thanks, Loopy!
-I knew you could do it.
-Hi, Driver Dan. Look at me!
-Loopy taught me how to bounce on his trampoline.
-That's great, Hip.
-Nice work, Loopy.
-Oh, please can you teach me to bounce next, Loopy?
-OK, Precious, up you get.
Right. What do I do?
First, you do a little jump like this.
-Then you jump again, a bit higher.
Oh, I wonder if Hop wants to play.
-Hey, Hop, come and bounce on the trampoline.
Oh! Why not?
Because...I can already do trampoline bounces.
-They're really easy.
Wow, can you do all the different bounces then?
What? Um... Oh, yeah.
-Really? Can you bounce on one leg?
Um, twizzles? Easy-peasy.
Twizzles! Wait till I tell the others!
What? No! Hip, come back!
-Whee! Look, I'm bouncing!
-But you should see what Hop can do.
-Eh, what? What can she do?
-Ooh, go on. Tell us.
On the trampoline, she can bounce on one leg
and even do super-duper twizzles.
-Super-duper twizzles! Ooh!
-Twizzles are really hard.
Show us, Hop. We'd love to see.
-Come on, Hop. Yeah!
-What are you doing?
-Um, warming up.
Yeah, that's it, I'm warming up.
-She's warming up.
Woah! Oh, ow, ow. Aah!
-Are you OK?
-What's the matter?
Was that it?
I don't know how to bounce on a trampoline!
But why did you say you were good at it?
I am really good at bouncing, but I don't know how to trampoline bounce.
I thought you'd laugh at me.
We would never laugh at you, Hop.
I couldn't trampoline bounce either before I asked Loopy to teach me.
Me neither. All you have to do is ask.
-I promise, Hop.
OK. Loopy, please will you teach me how to bounce on a trampoline?
Course I will! Come on. First, do a little hop.
Oh, it's all wobbly.
Now, bend your knees more. That's it, and jump a bit higher!
I'm doing it! I'm bouncing.
-Well done, Hop.
-You can't stop the Hop!
You can't stop the Hop! Whee, you can't stop the Hop.
Hey, Hop. How about some music?
# You can't stop the Hop
# You can't stop the Hop. #
Trampoline bouncing's brilliant!
-Thanks for teaching me, Loopy.
-You're a great bouncer.
-You certainly are, Hop. Well done!
Now who'd like to bounce over to Story Corner for a story?
OK then, we're all hooked up, Twinkle. Are we ready to go?
And are you ready, too? Then let's go.
'All aboard the Story Train.'
-'We're going to have a story.'
-'It may be a bouncy-boingy one.'
-'It may be about learning something new.'
I know just the book. Is everyone settled down and ready to listen?
And all of you? Sitting down comfy and ready to listen?
This story is called Not Today, Thank You,
and it was written by Gareth Edwards
and the pictures are by Susanne Baekby Oleson.
"Once in a forest, there was a hollow tree
"and inside there lived an owl who didn't like visitors.
"He had a comfortable room to sit in
"and a front door with a large door-knocker.
"But whenever Squirrel, Badger or Rabbit knocked on the door to ask
"if Owl would like some company, he would say, "Not today, thank you."
"Not today, thank you."
"One day, it began to rain in the forest. "I know," said Squirrel.
"Maybe Owl will let me shelter in his tree."
"She knocked on Owl's door.
"Who's that?" said Owl.
"Just Squirrel wanting shelter from the rain."
"Not today, thank you," said Owl.
"Next to Owl's front door was a big old toadstool
"so Squirrel sheltered underneath it like a spotty red umbrella."
-Oh, Squirrel won't get wet under there.
"Not long after, Owl heard another knock.
"Who's that?" "Just Rabbit wanting shelter from the rain."
"Not today, thank you," said Owl.
"Now it was pouring and the wind was blowing so Rabbit had to try
"and keep dry under the toadstool next to Squirrel.
"It was a bit of a squash. Pretty soon, Owl heard another knock.
"Who's that?" "Just Badger wanting shelter from the rain."
"Not today, thank you," said Owl.
"But now it was a storm and the wind was roaring.
"Inside his hollow tree, Owl shivered.
"Outside, Badger tried to squeeze under the toadstool
"next to Rabbit and Squirrel
"while the wind rocked the toadstool back and forth.
"You're too big," said Squirrel.
"There's not enough room," said Rabbit.
"Then all of a sudden, whoosh!
"A huge gust of wind blew the toadstool and the animals
"right out of the ground and straight through Owl's front door.
"Squirrel and Rabbit and Badger landed in a heap,
"right in the middle of Owl's carpet.
"What are you lot doing in here?" said Owl.
"Sorry," said Squirrel, Badger and Rabbit.
"At that moment, there was an enormous boom of thunder
"and all the animals leapt into Owl's armchair."
Oh! Boom! That made me jump!
"When it was quiet again, Squirrel and Badger and Rabbit peeked out.
"Would you like us to go?"
"But Owl realised, he didn't want to be on his own. "Not today," he said.
"And as the animals snuggled up safe and warm together,
"Owl whispered very quietly, "Thank you."
-"The end." Did you enjoy that story?
I liked how everyone ended up all warm and cosy.
Even though Owl said he wanted to be on his own at first.
-He liked having the others there after all.
-Now it's your turn.
Which bit did you like best? Come on, it's time to show me the story.
-We're jumping in puddles.
-Now it's raining!
It's very windy and rainy.
-Let's shelter under the toadstool.
-It's a bit cold!
-The wind is blowing us about with Rabbit, Badger and Squirrel.
-Let's see if Owl is at home.
Let's knock on Owl's door.
-Is anyone there?
-The lightning made me jump.
-Oh, no, look out!
-Has the thunder stopped?
-That lightning made my legs wobble.
Let's keep warm by the fire.
Well done, everyone. Thanks for showing me the story.
Owl didn't want to ask his friends to come inside,
but when it thundered, he was glad they did.
A bit like me, but I'm glad I did ask for help bouncing on the trampoline.
You were really good at it once you learned how to do it.
Yes. You were brilliant.
Brilliant bunny bounces.
Well, I'm glad everyone enjoyed the story, but now it's time to go.
Bye, everyone! It's time to go,
but let's come back soon because we all love stories!
-'Bye, Driver Dan.'
'I like stories about snuggling up in bed.'
'I love stories about animals.'
-'I like stories about owls.'
Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd
Driver Dan goes on an exciting journey to Story Corner with a lovable cast of animated friends.
Precious and Hip are enjoying their trampoline lesson with Loopy. Hop is a brilliant bouncing bunny on the ground but she doesn't want them to know that she can't bounce on a trampoline, so she won't join in with the lesson. Then, when her friends ask Hop to show them her trampoline twizzle bounces, Hop nervously climbs onto the trampoline and it all goes wrong.
Featuring the story Not Today Thank You.