Episode 31 Green Balloon Club


Episode 31

Lily-Rose, Ant, Cat, Jay, Sky and Skipper the dog travel Great Britain in a green hot-air balloon. It is panto time in the Green Balloon.


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# Gather round one and all

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# You gotta answer the call

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# Listen out, look around you

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# There's a magical world to explore

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# There's a major adventure

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# Coming your way soon

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# So come and join us

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# In this green balloon

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# And when we fly

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# We're higher than the moon... #

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COW MOOS

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# So join us, aah, aah...

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# In our green balloon. #

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Oh, hello, it's good to see you.

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Oh, no, it isn't!

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Oh, yes, it is!

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-Oh, no, it isn't!

-Oh, yes, it is!

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Sorry about them lot.

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You see, we're having a bit of a Green Balloon Club panto today.

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Oh, no, we're not!

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Don't start that again!

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We are. So why don't you come in and we'll get going?

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-Hello!

-Welcome to the Green Balloon Club!

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Sky, please could you check the register

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-while I give out the costumes?

-OK.

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Right, first we've got Lily-Rose.

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And you're going to be playing?

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Lily-Rose Riding Hood!

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Of course you are!

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Now we've got the wolf. In fact, we've got two wolves.

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That's me and Skipper, the two wolves.

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SKIPPER WHINES

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This is for you, Ant. Very dashing.

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Thanks. I'm the forester that looks after the forest and is friends

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with Lily-Rose Riding Hood and her family.

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-This is for you, Sky.

-Oh, thank you.

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I'm Lily-Rose Riding Hood's mum and I've been busy making a big cake.

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Mmm!

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What about you, Jay? What are you going to wear?

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I'm going to wear this!

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And these! THEY GIGGLE

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And this! And, of course, this!

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Who are you?

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-I'm going to be your granny!

-My granny? That's funny!

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And finally, there's you. You have an important part to play.

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It's important that you join in when it's your turn.

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But Sky, before we do our panto,

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-can we do the Green Balloon Club chant?

-YAY!

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# We love animals, plants and birds

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# We love snails and slugs

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# Large and small, we love them all

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# And we never, ever step on bugs

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# Cos we are the Green Balloon Club! #

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Now, places everyone, it's time for us to start our story!

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Lily-Rose Riding Hood And The Big, Bad Wolf.

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Coo-ee!

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Granny here, welcome to my little cottage in the forest.

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Could you do something for me?

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Every time I appear in this story, I'm going to say,

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"Hello, my little chickadees!"

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And I want you to reply, "Hello, Granny!"

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Do you think you can do that for me?

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Let's have a go.

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-Hello, my little chickadees!

-Hello, Granny!

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I don't think that was your best, was it?

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Let's try it again.

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-Hello, my little chickadees!

-Hello, Granny!

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That's much better. Now, let's get on with the story.

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Have you seen my grand-daughter yet, Lily-Rose Riding Hood?

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She's such a lovely girl, always popping over with this and that.

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Anyway, I hope she pops over soon

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because it's nearly tea-time and I'm starving!

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And my tummy's starting to rumble.

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GURGLING

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See what I mean?

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I do hope she comes soon or else I'll begin to waste away.

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I'm feeling a bit wobbly.

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-Anyway, bye for now, my little chickadees!

-Bye, Granny!

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Meanwhile, on the other side of the forest...

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Mmm, freshly baked cakes, straight from the oven!

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Looks delicious. Can I have some?

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Oh, no, Lily-Rose Riding Hood,

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this is for Granny on the other side of the forest.

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Can I take it, please?

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Well, you do know the way, don't you?

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Yes, follow the path to the other side of the wood.

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OK, then, but please do look out for the big, bad wolves.

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SCARY MUSIC

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OK, I'll remember to keep a look out for the big, bad wolves.

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SCARY MUSIC

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That's my girl!

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-Now, I'll see you soon and give my love to your granny.

-OK, bye.

-Bye.

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I love the forest. I've lived here all my life.

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I love all the trees, I love all the woodland creatures,

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I love all the flowers, especially the flowers.

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They're so magical.

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Beautiful! Now, as I was saying, I love all the trees,

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I love all the flowers and I love all the woodland creatures.

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Good day, little girl.

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Come on, Skipper Wolf.

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Good day. Are you the woodland creatures?

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Yes, that's right. Is that cake we smell in your basket?

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Yes, it's freshly baked, straight from the oven.

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-Yummy!

-It's my granny.

-Your granny?

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Yes, she lives on the other side of the wood.

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Well, what a lucky granny she is.

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I better be off. Bye-bye.

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And remember to keep a look out for the big, bad wolves.

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SCARY MUSIC

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The big, bad wolves? But we're the big, bad wolves.

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But we're not big and we're not bad.

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In a few wild places lives one of the world's most hunted animals.

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'I'm a grey wolf. We live in well-organised packs, with a leader

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'and his mate, known as the alpha male and female.

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'They're the only ones allowed to have babies, called cubs.

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'Then all the pack helps to care for them.

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'Grey wolves used to be found almost everywhere in the world.

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'But humans hunted us and wiped us out of most places.

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'And now we only live in ten countries,

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'usually in very wild places.

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'Luckily, in recent times, people have started to protect us,

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'and our numbers are growing in some places.

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'One thing we're really famous for is our howling.

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'It's one of the ways we communicate with each other.'

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HOWLING

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-Hello, my little chickadees!

-Hello, Granny!

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Have you seen my grand-daughter yet?

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Do you know, my tummy was rumbling so bad just now,

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I could hardly hear CBeebies radio.

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GURGLING

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Ooh! Pardon me.

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I hope Lily-Rose Riding Hood gets here soon with that cake.

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Hey, who's that young man I see outside?

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Coo-ee!

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What are you doing? Are you digging for treasure?

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Hello. No, I'm not digging for treasure.

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I'm planting my tree.

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-Oh! What sort of tree is it?

-A chestnut.

-A chestnut?!

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Oh, I love chestnuts! I once had a friend called Tony Chestnut.

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-Really?

-Yes, I had a little dance I made up especially for him.

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-Do you want to see how it goes?

-Definitely.

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Good. The Tony Chestnut dance is very easy.

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All you have to do is touch the right bits in the right order. Watch.

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Toe, knee, chest, nut. See? Toe, knee, chest, nut.

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Then you have a little flap and a little clap.

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Here, let's have some music.

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MUSIC STARTS

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# Toe, knee, chest, nut Flap, flap, flap and clap

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# Toe, knee, chest, nut Flap, flap, flap and clap.

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# Toe, knee, chest, nut Flap, flap, flap and clap

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# Toe, knee, chest, nut Flap, flap, flap and clap. #

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What a smooth mover you are, Mr Forester!

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-Here we go again! Are you ready?

-Yep.

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# Toe, knee, chest, nut Flap, flap, flap and clap

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# Toe, knee, chest, nut Flap, flap, flap and clap

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# Toe, knee, chest, nut Flap, flap, flap and clap

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# Toe, knee, chest, nut Flap, flap, flap and clap. #

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Whoo! That's me done for! I'm going in for a little rest now.

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-Bye-bye, my little chickadees!

-Bye, Granny!

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And watch out for the big, bad wolf.

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SCARY MUSIC

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-See you later.

-Bye, Granny.

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Again with the big, bad wolves.

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We're getting some very bad publicity, Skipper Wolf.

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I think we need a word with that Granny.

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How about we get you planted, Tony?

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How about here?

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Hello. Today, I'm going to plant a tree in my garden.

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We're going to the Centre for Wildlife Gardening.

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They give trees to local people to plant in their gardens.

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There are lots to choose from.

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-Hello, Andrew. Have you come to choose a tree?

-Yes.

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What sort are you thinking of having?

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-Apple tree.

-An apple tree? Let's have a look.

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We've got some crab apple trees here.

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Crab apple trees, they're great for wildlife.

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They have lots of blossoms in springtime, which the bees like.

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And later on, you get fantastic apples which the birds like.

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And you can eat them as well. Do you think you'd like a crab apple?

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OK, let's dig you one out.

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There we are, one crab apple tree.

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-Thank you very much.

-You're welcome.

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Come on then, let's go and find somewhere to plant it in our garden.

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We need to choose a place in the garden

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that gives the tree room to grow and get lots of light.

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This looks perfect.

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-Shall we dig a hole then?

-Yeah.

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Don't trample on the...

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-"Don't trample over Mummy's flowers", did you say?

-Yeah.

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I'll try not to.

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Right, Andrew, if you'd like to lower it into the hole. Thank you.

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And then I'll just get the earth back around it,

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make sure that it's got lots of nice support.

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And then I think we probably just need to make sure it's up straight

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and then pack around it.

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Just to make sure it's got a nice base in the soil.

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I'm going to water it now.

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It's been raining today but it still needs plenty of water.

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One day, my crab apple tree is going to grow bigger than me. Bye!

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-Good day to you, Mr Forester.

-Hello there, Lily-Rose Riding Hood.

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Have you spotted any interesting plants?

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Well, as it happens, I have.

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I found some lovely holly berries growing in the wood.

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I know a song about holly berries.

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-Would you like to hear it?

-Yes, please!

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MUSIC STARTS

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# Three red berries growing on a tree

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# Three red berries growing on a tree

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# Yum, said the blackbird, One for me!

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# Then there were two red berries growing on the tree... #

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Join in with us!

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# Two red berries growing on the tree

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# Two red berries growing on the tree

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# Yum, said the blackbird, One for me!

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# Then there was one red berry growing on the tree

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# One red berry growing on the tree

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# One red berry growing on the tree

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# Yum, said the blackbird, One for me!

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# Then there were no red berries growing on the tree. #

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I spotted some holly berries. Here's a flower for you to spot.

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This week, we are spotting snowdrops.

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And here are some clues to help you spot some.

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Snowdrops are bright white and the flowers hang down like nodding heads.

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Snowdrops like to grow in woodland settings

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or grass shaded by shrubs and trees.

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Snowdrops are winter-flowering plants.

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The colder it is, the longer the flowers last.

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Snowdrops look very alike, but did you know

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that there are more than 100 different kinds?

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If you look closely at the petals, you might see a green mark.

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Now see if you can spot some. Bye!

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-Hello, my little chickadees!

-Hello, Granny!

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Is that a knock at the door I hear?

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-Hello, Granny. Could we have a word with you, please?

-Of course!

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Would you like some cake?

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Yes, please. We love cake!

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Well, Lily-Rose Riding Hood should be here any moment with my cake.

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-What did you want to talk about?

-It's about the big, bad wolves.

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The big, bad wolves! You don't think they've got Lily-Rose, do you?

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And what about my cake?!

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GURGLING

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Excuse me!

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They haven't got Lily-Rose Riding Hood or the cake.

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How do you know?

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-Because we're the big, bad wolves!

-The big, bad wolves?! HELP! HELP!

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-We just wanted to say we're not big...

-It's the wolves, HELP!

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-..and we're not bad.

-The wolves are gonna eat me, HELP!

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Oh, dear, no-one wants to listen.

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Hey, Skipper Wolf, Granny's been trying to crack the secret password.

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Shall we see if we can crack it for her?

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Which one do you think it is, the chestnut tree or the wolf?

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SKIPPER WOLF WHINES

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The wolf? OK, let's see.

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How did you know, Skipper Wolf? It's right!

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Yeah! Wolves rule!

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SHE GASPS

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Hey, Skipper Wolf, I think you'd look rather better in this!

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Hello, Granny. Mummy sends her love. Are you OK?

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-You don't look yourself.

-SKIPPER WHINES

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What big eyes you have, Granny.

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< All the better to see you with.

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What big ears you have, Granny.

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< All the better to hear you with.

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-What a big nose you have, Granny.

-< All the better to smell you with.

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Wow, Granny, what big teeth you have!

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All the better to eat up your delicious cake!

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You're not my granny, you're the big bad wolves!

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And is that my basket you've got there?

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Yes, you left it behind in the forest,

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-so I thought I'd bring it for you.

-I thought you were big and bad?

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But we're not. We're just ordinary wolves

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trying to exist in an ordinary world.

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So, you didn't eat my granny?

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-Eat your granny?!

-Coo-ee!

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Hello, my little chickadees!

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ALL: Hello, Granny!

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Did somebody say, cake? BOTH: Uh...

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BOTH: No.

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But isn't that a basket of cake I see before me?

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Oh, yes, it's for you, Granny. And Mummy sends her love.

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That's splendid, Lily-Rose Riding Hood. Just what I wanted.

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Now, why don't you all stay for tea?

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BOTH: Can we come to tea, too, Granny?

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Sure, sure!

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Whilst the kettle's boiling, let's do the Tony Chestnut dance!

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ALL: Yeah! Come on, Mr Forester,

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give it all you've got! And you, too!

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# Toe, knee, chest, nut

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# Flap, flap, flap and clap

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# Toe, knee, chest, nut

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# Flap, flap, flap and clap

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# Toe, knee, chest, nut

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# Flap, flap, flap and clap

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# Toe, knee, chest, nut

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# Flap, flap, flap and clap! #

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Here we go again!

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Come on, you join in, too!

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# Toe, knee, chest, nut

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# Flap, flap, flap and clap

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# Toe, knee, chest, nut

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# Flap, flap, flap and clap

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# Toe, knee, chest, nut

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# Flap, flap, flap and clap

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# Toe, knee, chest, nut

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# Flap, flap, flap and clap! # APPLAUSE

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That was the end of Lily-Rose Riding Hood And The Big Bad Wolves.

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But the wolves weren't big or bad.

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We've finished just in time - we're coming in to land!

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And whenever we land, it's...

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ALL: Time for a song!

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Sshhh!

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# Listen

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# We're looking

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# For a trail on the ground

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# For a sight or a sound in the

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# Silence... # SKIPPER WHIMPERS

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# Something's hiding

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# Something's smelling. #

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ALL: Pooh!

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# All the animals snuggle up thinking nobody can

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# Find us

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# We're looking for a hole where a mouse is sleeping

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# We're searching under leaves where a bug's been creeping

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# Following the trail of food half-eaten

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# What's that there under the tree? #

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Sshhh!

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# Listen

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# We might be missing

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# A sign or a clue that could lead us all to

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# Who knows where or what. #

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THEY LAUGH

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THEY LAUGH, SKIPPER WHIMPERS

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# We're looking for a branch where a squirrel is climbing

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# Or underneath a flower where a snail's been hiding

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# Following tracks to a nest or a warren

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# What's in that hole in the ground? #

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Sshhh! # Listen

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# We're looking

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# For a trail on the ground, for a sight or a sound in the...

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# Silence

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# For a trail on the ground, for a sight or a sound in the...

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# Silence

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# For a trail on the ground, for a sight or a sound in the...

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# Silence. #

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Sshhh!

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# Listen

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# Listen. # OWL HOOTS

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Thanks for joining in with our panto today!

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And remember, wolves aren't really big and bad.

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-Perhaps you could plant a tree.

-Or make a cake for someone you know.

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-Or do the Tony Chestnut dance.

-ALL: Bye!

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E-mail [email protected]

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Lily-Rose, Ant, Cat, Jay, Sky and Skipper the dog travel Great Britain in a green hot-air balloon. It is panto time in the Green Balloon. Join the Green Team as they tell the story of Lily-Rose Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolves. Green Balloon Club member Andrew shows us how to plant a tree and Bill Oddie introduces Jelly to some of the creatures that visit his garden.


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