Carol Kirkwood Hacker Time


Carol Kirkwood

Hacker T Dog has managed to get his own TV programme! Hacker presents his take on the world's weather and tricks Carol Kirkwood from BBC Weather into the studio.


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# You got to watch this

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PARP!

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# You got to watch this?

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# You got to watch this!

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# My, my, my

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# My programme hits you so hard

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# Makes me say, "Oh, my word"

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# Thank you for watching me

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# It's telly, but not what you normally see

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# It feels good, there's out-takes too

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# Comedy, guests and clips, it's true

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# So sit back, don't move too much

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# This is the show you can't touch. #

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Stop, hacker time! Thank you.

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You all right? I'm Hacker and you're watching my very own show.

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It's going to be a right LOL, you know.

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Coming up, there's a bit of this.

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Some of this.

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And a bit of that.

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And to get the show off with a bang,

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I've got this fabulous visual display.

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Drum roll, please, Herman.

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DRUM ROLL

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Are you ready for this? It's going to be right good.

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FIREWORK SIZZLES

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POP!

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Is that it? That cost me a fortune! Oh, never mind.

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I suppose the only way is up.

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ALARM BEEPS

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-What the...?

-It's a smoke alarm!

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Oh, bodges!

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-What's this?

-The sprinklers.

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Hey, give me that umbrella!

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I'm the star of the show, you know.

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You lot watch some howlers while I sort this out.

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Come back here, I'm livid!

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You can't treat me like this, I'm a national treasure!

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I'm treasured on a national level, hm.

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Hello, and welcome to A Question Of Sport. And with quite, er...

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Oh, I'm sorry.

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LAUGHTER

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All hell broke lose at the Y Diner last night,

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after a security team were compromised at the...

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at a priv... othum faffem ba!

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LAUGHTER

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What we need to do is sign up new, fresh talent.

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-Hold auditions!

-Exactly.

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There's loads of talent out there, waiting for Sam and Mark to...

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something!

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-Hold auditions!

-Exactly. Oh, no!

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-Hold auditions!

-Exactly!

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HE GIGGLES

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-Hold auditions!

-Exactly!

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There's loads of talent out there, just waiting

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-to turn into superstars like us.

-Oh, yeah!

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LAUGHTER

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In picturesque villages like... Where am I?

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Chloe said if I didn't have a party...

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SHE FLUFFS HER WORDS

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And that's not an option with... Sorry!

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Ha-ha-ha! Ain't it all a lot of nonsense?

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More howlers later,

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but first, it's about time to welcome today's guest.

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Although she doesn't know she's the guest yet.

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It's Carol off the weather.

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Oh, she's coming, Hacker! Eh?

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Look, it's Carol!

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Here goes.

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"Nice Ladies Who Like The Weather Club."

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I'm nice, I'm a lady and I like the weather. I'm going to give that a go.

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'Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome Carol Kirkwood.'

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-You all right, Carol?

-Hi, Hacker.

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I'm here for the Nice Ladies Who Like The Weather Club. Where is it?

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Oh, it's just over there. Lock the doors, Derek. Ha-ha-ha!

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Hacker, there is no Nice Ladies Who Like The Weather Club here.

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-It's just me, you and Harry Tongue.

-Er, yeah.

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Er, there's something I need to tell you about that. How can I put this?

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There is no club! It's all a big fat porkie, Carol.

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I've actually got you here to be on my TV show. Surprise! Ha-ha!

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Your TV show? No, no, no! I'm far too busy for this.

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-I've the weather to present. I'm off.

-Oh, Carol!

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SAD MUSIC

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Don't go.

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I'm only a tiny little tiny dog

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and I just need one teeny, weenie guest like you

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to help me make my TV show.

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-I've gone and made this fact file thing for you and everything.

-Ah!

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Push that red lever.

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Carol Kirkwood is a weather forecasting person.

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She's very clever and serious and that.

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Look, here she is with her friends. What a bunch!

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Who's the bloke in the tights?

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Carol presents the weather on Breakfast TV with this lot.

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Oh, it's Bill and Sian. Hello!

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Her job is to stand in front of a map and wave her arms around.

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I've no idea why, but that is why we love her.

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It's BBC weather legend Carol Kirkwood!

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-Hey, did you like it?

-I did, it was brilliant.

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-You're a clever wee doggy, Hacker.

-Yeah.

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Will you stay then?

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Oh, go on! As long as we can watch some funny clips

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of people doing the weather later?

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Go on, then. Now, Carol, I like watching the weather.

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I love that episode where the sun was out in Wigan

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and it was raining in East Anglia.

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Must try and get it on DVD. They never repeat that one.

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Anyway, you do the weather very well

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but I think I could do it betterer.

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Oh, you do, Hacker?

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Well, I don't think you could, so I want to see that.

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Well, have a look at this.

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Welcome to the Betterer Arena.

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This is where I will be doing the weather betterer

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in three gusts of wind.

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PARP!

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Not that kind of wind!

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First things first, we need to brighten this weather lark up a bit.

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Don't just talk the weather, dress the weather.

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In the bottom of this thing here, it's going to be very hot.

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Ooh, I've got a right sweat on. And then...

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On this left bit here, it's going to be raining

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and wet and stuff.

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Ooh, look up there.

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Ah! It's f-f-freezing and s-s-snowing in that bit up there.

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Brrr! Don't go there!

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Wind! What am I supposed to wear for wind?

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WIND BLOWING

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Hrrgh, Rrgh! Ah!

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Stupid wind! I never liked it anyway.

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Weather would also be betterer with less of the chat.

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For example, isobars. Iso-boring! You don't need it.

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Just speed it up a bit.

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Welcome to the weather. Hot, wet, cold, windy, goodbye.

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See? That was easy.

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It leaves more time to do this.

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Don't just do the weather in this country, do the whole world.

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Nay, the whole universe!

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Over there is the moon. That is dark. The sun is asleep right now.

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And closer to home will be an alien invasion.

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Alien invasion? What sort of weather chat is this meant to be?

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ALIEN LANGUAGE

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Oh hello, little creature! Aren't you a cutey-wutey?

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Ah!

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Argh! Get off! Hey, what you doing to me furry little self?

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Oh, you don't know your own strength, you!

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Ah, me spinal column!

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Owsies!

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Good, eh?

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All you need to do is go into space,

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put your bikini on and keep the forecast short.

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-It's easy.

-Oh, Hacker, no! It will never work.

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Can you imagine the weathermen in a bikini?

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Oh, yeah, I can! Urgh! Never mind.

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Oh, Carol.

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PLAYS TUNE

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# Oh, Carol

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# I am but a fool

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# Darling, I love you

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# Though you treat me cruel

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# You hurt me

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# And you made me cry

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# But if you leave me

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-# I will surely die.

-#

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-That was brilliant, Hacker. Brilliant!

-Thank you.

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Just a bit of something I've been working on.

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Now, where was I? Oh, let's get back to the weather and that.

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Bet you have to wake up early to present the breakfast news on telly.

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I do. Every weekday morning at 3 o'clock,

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-my alarm goes off and I jump out of bed.

-A-woo?! That's well early.

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I'm still tucked up in my tiny little kennel at that time.

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You should record it the night before.

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Hey, Carol, I love watching you on the telly

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but you never say hello to me when I pop into the garden.

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-I haven't seen you in the garden, Hacker.

-I came in once

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and you just carried on talking. Have a look.

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..goes back about 12 hours to more or less the current time,

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you can see the cloud pushing across Scotland...

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I love a good fly in my helicopter of a morning.

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Oh look, it's Carol.

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Hello, Carol! It's me, Hacker!

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For the north-east of England, again we've got some low cloud...

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What are you doing, Carol?

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Do you want to come with me for a boiled egg? Carol!

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Then we have some sunshine...

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I'm enjoying the fine weather, Carol.

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A beautiful, sunny start to the day.

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A helicopter above me, obviously enjoying the fine weather.

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Carol, can you hear me? I'll fly a bit closer.

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LOUD HELICOPTER

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We've got cloud here just now, but that will break...

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Carol, what are you doing? Carol!

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Don't ignore me!

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To the east coast of the country...

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Oh, bodges! She can't hear me.

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Oh well, I'll go and see what Sue Barker's up to instead.

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-Ha-ha-ha!

-Oh, that was you, Hacker. You're very bad. That was so loud.

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-Did you like it?

-No.

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Now, there's something important

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-I've always wanted to know about the weather.

-Yeah?

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Will it rain a week on Sunday?

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I've got to sand down a picnic table

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-before I paint it.

-No, you'll be fine.

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OK. More questions for you.

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If it rains cats and dogs sometimes,

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has it ever rained beans and sausages?

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No, but it's rained frogs in real life.

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-Jam?

-What about it?

-Has it rained jam?

-No!

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-Has it ever rained meat produce?

-No.

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-Do you ever...?

-No, no no!

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Hacker, these are really stupid questions.

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You've heard nothing. Listen. Do you ever make the weather up?

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Hope no-one notices?

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Never, ever. No.

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And do you have to do some training to become, er...? Oh, excuse me.

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Do you have to train to become...? Oh. Do you have to train...?

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Will you stop it!

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Hey, Hacker.

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Come on, ask Carol some proper questions, like about the weather.

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-There's going to be a pour.

-Oh, no, I don't have my brolly.

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-No, not a rain pour. A dog's paw!

-What?!

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Ah! Oh! Ah, that's got them.

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So, do you have to, er...?

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Oh, I've forgotten the question.

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Probably something about the weather. Doesn't matter anyway.

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Not important. Shall we look at some clips of weather people

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-getting it all wrong instead?

-Yeah, go on.

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You might even be in this.

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Press that yellow button and things'll happen.

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And for most, it'll be fine... Oh, what is that there?

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What is that splodge? Is that somebody's head?

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SHE COUGHS

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-Oh, poor Louise!

-That's not good, is it?

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-Now the weather with Carol.

-There's our tea cosy!

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-Oh, Dermot!

-My tea's getting cold.

-That's it, Dermot.

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Someone else said I look like a judge in a wig, so the hat's going now.

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With a look at the weather, here's Louise.

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It's not Louise, actually.

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She's having lunch, but I'll do it instead.

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A slight frost because of the wind.

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But despite the sunshine returning tomorrow, the showers will turn

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increasingly to sleet and snow. Back to you two.

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A quick look at the weather with Penny Trantor

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Oh, she's in a bit of a hurry there!

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Oh, the weather is not very good at the moment,

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as you can see here in Northern Ireland.

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My lips are numb, so hope you can understand me!

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-And slowing down...

-Talking very, very slowly.

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-Because Helen Young is late!

-Helen is walking into the studio.

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Helen, what an elegant entry as you...

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Hello!

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As you spring gazelle-like onto your box.

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I nearly tripped over as well.

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-Sorry about that. Are you waiting for me?

-Yes.

-We are, actually.

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For the last five minutes.

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A fine, dry and sunny start across... Oh, that shouldn't happen.

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She's taken it again. Look, she's back again.

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Listen to her. Go on, Suzanne. Take it away. Never mind!

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It's going to be dry and sunny in the south.

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isn't it, Suzanne? Just a second.

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Cloud will increase from the west...

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HE BELCHES

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Ooh, a bit of wind coming in towards Northern Ireland.

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Ha-ha-ha! What a load of amateurs! Hey, Carol.

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Are you having a lovely time?

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Hacker, I am having the best time, thank you.

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Well, it's getting serious now.

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I'm going to ask three quick-fire questions

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and I need you to give me three quick-fire answers.

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-OK.

-Spotlight please, Herman.

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Right, Hacker.

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-Are you ready?

-Yes.

-Go!

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-What's your favourite type of weather?

-Sun.

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-Do me an impression of thunder.

-Krrrg!

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If it didn't rain water, what else would you like it to rain?

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-Chocolate.

-Ooh, stop!

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HORN BLARES

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Not bad, Carol. But what do you know?

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I went to ask the nation of Great Britainshire

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what they've got to say about weather.

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Watch this.

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Thank you.

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You all right? I'm here at this top secret location,

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somewhere in the world,

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to meet some top people who have some top answers

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to some top-notch questions.

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They're all very excited about meeting me,

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so let's head inside.

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WOMEN SCREAM

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Ooh! Ooh! They need to calm down a bit, that was outrageous.

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Let's try somewhere else.

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-Hello!

-ALL: Hello!

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-Hello, everyone. You all OK?

-ALL: Yes!

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Well, I'm going to ask you a few things now about weather.

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-Ooh, imagine that! What's your favourite weather?

-Sun.

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The sun? What do you like about the sun?

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You can relax and play with your friends.

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-Can you do an impression of any weather?

-Yes, I can do rain.

-Go on.

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-Let's listen.

-Shhh!

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Now that was an impression of rain. Do it again.

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Shhh!

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-Can you do any impressions of the weather?

-Yeah.

-What can you do?

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-Wind.

-Go on then.

-Fooo!

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-That's good. I can do wind. Do you want to see it?

-Yeah.

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PARP!

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Ah! Better out than in.

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-Can you do an impression of thunder?

-Woo!

-Ah!

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-That's terrifying. Do it again?

-Woo!

-Ah! I can do it. Wah!

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Aah!

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-What's your favourite weather??

-My favourite weather is the sun.

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The sunshine? Can you do an impression of the sun?

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-Yes.

-Go on. That's good. The sun's a proper dancer.

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I can do a sun impression. Watch this.

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Yeah! Yeah!

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-Can you do an impression of fog?

-No.

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See? I got him then. I can, watch.

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Can't see where I'm going. It's as easy as that.

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If it didn't rain water,

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what would you like it to rain instead?

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-Money.

-Chocolate muffins.

-Bogies!

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-Cats and dogs.

-Watermelons.

-Watermelons!

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They'd land on your head, you'd be knocked out. Wouldn't it?

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I'd like it if it rained milkshake. Wouldn't you?

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That would be good, wouldn't it?

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In conclusion,

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I have learned that this lot would like it to rain bogies,

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chocolate, cats and dogs, lions and watermelons instead of water.

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Ha-ha! You lot are weird. See ya!

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Thank you.

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Thanks, Hacker. There's something I've always wanted to know, Carol.

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-Yeah, what's that?

-Those weather presenters

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look like right filthy beggars to me.

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Who has the smelliest feet out of all of them?

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-I can't tell you that!

-Ah, go on!

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-Well, all right. But you can't tell anyone else.

-I promise.

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I think it probably is...

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Oh, look what I've found!

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'Push it, Hacker. Push it.

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'I mean, what's the worst that could happen? Pu-ush i-it!

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'And don't forget to wash your knick-knacks tonight.

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'You can't wear the same pair again. Now, push that button!

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-Go on, just push it.

-Ah, go on then.

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SIREN WAILS

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THUNDER CLAP

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-Could have been worse, I suppose.

-Ah!

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On second thoughts, maybe you shouldn't have pushed the button.

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Ah!

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So, that's who's got the smelliest feet in the weather centre.

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You have to have lightning reactions not to approach her

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otherwise you get a nasty shock.

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I didn't give her a nasty shock! I didn't start the lightning!

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I've been sat here all along, I didn't pres any buttons!

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I'll appeal! You can't do this to me!

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-Hacker, what are you talking about?

-The lightning, and the lady,

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and the button... Er, nothing. Nothing.

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Forget everything I said, especially the button thing. Ahem!

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-Right.

-Now, where was I? Oh, yeah.

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-I've got some good news for you, Carol.

-What's that?

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The show's not over yet. Derek, the menu.

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Oh, yeah.

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Still to come today, this.

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This.

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And this. What's he doing in there? Oh, heck!

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Put something else on Derek, quick!

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Here's some more howlers.

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-Oh, what LOLs! Ain't weather a lot of fun, Carol?

-It is, Hacker.

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There's always something to talk about with the weather.

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Yeah, and I like the computer graphics in the background.

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That's quite complicated, you know. I've got a green background.

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-And the image is projected onto that from a computer.

-Nah, it looks easy.

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I've written a weather script for you to read out.

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I'll do all the computer graphics and that. It'll be a proper LOL!

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-Go over there to that green area, go on.

-OK.

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-The words'll come up. Just read out whatever it says.

-OK, got it.

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There'll be a cloudy start tomorrow morning across much of the UK

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before some strong south-westerly winds sweep in.

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PARP!

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You said wind!

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-We can expect some showers in Birmingham.

-I prefer a bath, myself.

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By lunchtime, it's likely to be raining cats and...

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Ah! Hacker, catch!

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Heh... Ah! Carol!

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There'll be a large pair of fronts

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coming in from the east. Ah!

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Ha-ha-ha!

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By mid-afternoon, it will be hot, hot, hot.

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Ooh, them three are gorgeous. Hey, Carol. Where's Wigan on your map?

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-It's not on there. That is a disgrace!

-That's true, Hacker.

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But we can't put everywhere on the map. You can't please everyone.

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It's a disgrace. I'll see to this.

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HACKER TYPES

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Oh, beautiful! Respect, Wigan. Respect.

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Now, make sure you leave it on there from now on.

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-Now get back over here!

-I'm on my way.

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-You've got to respect Wigan, Carol.

-I love Wigan, Hacker.

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Now, Carol, what is the weather in space like right now?

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Oh, I haven't a clue. We don't forecast for space.

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Well, that's a shame.

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It would've been useful to know the space weather

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when me and Dodger were filming our hit series, Dogs In Space.

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-What's that, then?

-"What's that?"

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"What is that?!" How dare you, Carol!

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It was a little bit like Doctor Who,

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but with more dogs and things on strings in it.

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It's a right old LOL. You've got to watch it.

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'Deep in the midst of space, two dogs have somehow

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'found themselves in charge of a rocket ship.

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'They're hard at work, discovering new planets and carrying out tests.

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'Well, they're supposed to be.'

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# Sandwiches are mainly bread

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# But you can put stuff in 'em

0:21:430:21:45

# You can put meat products in 'em. #

0:21:450:21:48

I'm well chuffed we blagged this rocket.

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You should've blagged fuel too.

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You didn't fill up the petrol tank again.

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Oh, look, there's a petrol station out there. I'll go.

0:21:550:21:58

-I fancy stretching my legs.

-No chance, you mooey.

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I'll take care of this.

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Oh, yes. I know this. Let me just get a look at me phrase book.

0:22:100:22:14

Here we go, "Can I have a pasty?" Right.

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Blingo koroba buldebul?

0:22:170:22:19

Krem-krem reer derv?

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YELLS IN ALIEN LANGUAGE

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Go easy, tiger. I'll try the old fashioned way. A-hem.

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Could we have a full tank of petrol, please?

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TRANSLATION

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Cheers.

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Wonga, wonga.

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Oh! Oh, bodges. I, er.

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I appear to have left my wallet at home.

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-Is there anyway we can work this out?

-Hmm.

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I'm so glad we could work this out.

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Got a full tank and an air freshener too.

0:23:000:23:02

Isn't that right, me new bezzie mate? Me old chum, me old pal?

0:23:020:23:07

SPEAKS ALIEN

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Yeah, you're right. It will be a LOL indeed.

0:23:090:23:11

I wonder how Dodger's getting on?

0:23:110:23:13

SPEAKS ALIEN

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Easy for you to say.

0:23:150:23:19

Oh, bodges!

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TRANSLATION:

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-Aren't I good at acting?

-Hacker, you are brilliant.

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-Did you get an Oscar for that?

-Only a matter of time, isn't it?

0:23:420:23:46

-Hey, thanks for coming on my show today.

-Oh, I have had a ball.

0:23:460:23:50

-Thank you for having me.

-Oh, my pleasure.

0:23:500:23:52

You've been one of the better guests I've ever had on here.

0:23:520:23:55

It was a hazy start,

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but then some strong LOLs occured in the east of the studio.

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A heavy outbreak of howlers in the middle of the programme.

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Carol, your performance moved steadily

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with a north-easterly breeze, from good to very good.

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That's all for now. I'm back in half an hour.

0:24:100:24:13

-Yeah, that was brilliant, Hacker! Well done.

-Oh, thanks.

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Now, I've got to get on now, but I've got a little treat for you.

0:24:170:24:20

A fabulous Hacker Time dog bowl.

0:24:200:24:23

'The Hacker Time dog bowl is the latest in doggy chic.

0:24:240:24:29

'It can store food, store water, store...

0:24:290:24:31

'Store...

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Well, mainly just food and water, really.

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And take that umbrella and that sunhat and those wellies with you.

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You don't want to get caught out by the weather.

0:24:420:24:44

-With me? Is that it, then?

-'Fraid it is. Off you pop.

0:24:440:24:48

-Oh!

-Grab 'em all.

-Oh, I thought I was staying for a bit longer.

0:24:480:24:53

The door's over there, love.

0:24:530:24:55

-Phone me.

-Maybe.

0:24:550:24:57

-Soon?

-Well...

-Miss you.

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-Bye.

-Bye, mind your head!

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Oh, what a nice lady.

0:25:040:25:07

Now she's cleared off, I'm going to show you some of the best stuff

0:25:070:25:10

I've see with my little tiny eyes.

0:25:100:25:12

It's time for...

0:25:120:25:14

Hacker's top three weather howlers.

0:25:140:25:17

In at three, this weather lady's all in a tangle.

0:25:190:25:23

A bit of a chilly night with a touch of ground frost in the north.

0:25:230:25:27

Oops! Erm, I'm trapped!

0:25:270:25:30

But behind me is a weather system which is coming in during tomorrow.

0:25:300:25:35

That looks set...

0:25:350:25:36

Sorry, that looks set to bring us some rain,

0:25:360:25:39

especially to western and northern areas.

0:25:390:25:41

I will free myself at five to nine.

0:25:410:25:43

What a palaver she found herself in!

0:25:430:25:46

At two, when you're doing the weather,

0:25:480:25:51

always remember to look where you're walking.

0:25:510:25:54

Hi, I'm Pete Fitzpatrick, giving you your weather today.

0:25:540:25:57

As we go back to...

0:25:570:25:59

'That'll smart! I bet he's trapped something there.'

0:25:590:26:02

At number one, some of you might think the weather's boring.

0:26:050:26:08

Well, think again!

0:26:080:26:10

It can never be boring

0:26:100:26:11

with a dancing weatherman around.

0:26:110:26:15

Here's Mickey, all right! Like this now. Hey, Mickey!

0:26:150:26:20

Oh, yeah! Go, Mickey. Go, Mickey. Go, go, go!

0:26:210:26:25

Go, Mickey. It's just like, it's just like.

0:26:250:26:28

Hey, Mickey. Go, Mickey.

0:26:280:26:30

It's just like, it's just like

0:26:300:26:32

-All right.

-Don't hurt yourself, Mickey.

0:26:320:26:36

Ha-ha-ha! Eh? Nice dancing, mister Oh, thanks for watching today.

0:26:360:26:40

I would carry on but I've run out of stuff to say.

0:26:400:26:43

Wasn't Carol Kirkwood good, though, with all her weather stuff and that?

0:26:430:26:48

Hey, before I go, I've just got time to sing you

0:26:480:26:51

a nice little song about what we've been up to today.

0:26:510:26:55

Take it away, maestro.

0:26:550:26:56

Oh, that's me, isn't it?

0:26:560:26:58

# That is it for now, the end of the show

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# I need the lav-lav, so I'm going to go

0:27:050:27:07

# I'll see you next time on this show of mine

0:27:070:27:10

# Put it in your diary, it's called Hacker Time

0:27:100:27:12

# We've had a LOL or two, watching some clips

0:27:120:27:15

# I laughed so hard that I nearly was sick

0:27:150:27:17

# I'll show you more funny stuff when I'm next on

0:27:170:27:19

# Who needs other telly shows? Mine's the best one

0:27:190:27:22

# Carol Kirkwood the weather girl, well she popped in and looked aghast

0:27:220:27:27

# I sang a song, we had a LOL

0:27:270:27:29

# And she looked silly doing my weather forecast

0:27:290:27:32

# That is it for now, the end of the show

0:27:320:27:34

# I need the lav-lav, so I'm going to go

0:27:340:27:36

# I'll see you next time on this show of mine

0:27:360:27:39

# Put it in your diary, it's called Hacker Time

0:27:390:27:41

# Put it in your diary, it's called Hacker Time

0:27:410:27:43

# And that is the end of today's Hacker Time. #

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E-mail: [email protected]

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Hacker presents his unique take on the world's weather and tricks Carol Kirkwood from BBC Weather into the studio. Featuring comedy guests and sunny outtakes from other programmes. Plus, a visit to the Dogs In Space.


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