Policeman Let's Play


Policeman

Imaginative preschool show. Rebecca finds out whether she has what it takes to be a police officer.


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# Let's play!

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# Let's play!

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# Let's have an adventure, hurrah!

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# Who could we be today?

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# What could we do?

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# I'd like to drive a racing car

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# Or fly to the moon

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# I could be a firefighter, a farmer or a vet

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# A knight in shining armour

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# Or I could be a chef!

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# Let's play!

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# Let's play!

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# Let's have an adventure today

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# Let's play! #

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Sid! Sid?

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Where is he? We are meant to be playing this board game but...? Sid?

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Yes?

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-Oh, Sid!

-Sorry. I was looking for the dice.

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-You scared me.

-Sorry. I thought they were under the table.

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They must have rolled somewhere.

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-We need them for the game.

-Yes, that's why I am looking.

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-Hurry up, because I really want...

-Hold on, Rebecca. It's time!

-Great!

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-It's time to play!

-Whose turn is it today?

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-Let it be me!

-Let it be me!

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-Me!

-Me!

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# Let it be me! Let it be me!

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-# Let it be me!

-Let it be me!

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# Let it be me!

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# Let it be me!

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# I really, really, really, really hope that it's me!

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# Let, let, let, let... Let it be me!

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# Let it be me! Let it be me!

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# I really, really, really, really hope that it's me!

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# Could it be me?

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# Could it be me? #

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It's me!

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# Yes, it's me! Yes, it's me!

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# I'm really, really, really, really happy it's me! #

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Look, there is the dressing-up room!

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# Let's play! #

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So, what are we going to play?

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Let's find out.

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A clown outfit,

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cowboy boots and a chef's hat?

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I don't think so! Let's try again.

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Now, this makes much more sense.

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We have a police officer's hat, uniform and boots.

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So, what do you think we are playing today?

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Of course! We are playing police officers, who help people in need.

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So, what do we need to know?

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Police officers keep you and your neighbourhood safe.

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If you have a problem, a police officer can help you.

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Police officers make sure people follow the law.

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In order to help them do this,

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most police officers carry a notebook to write in.

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Police officers also help to solve crime and control traffic.

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They talk to each other on a special kind of walkie-talkie

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used only by the police.

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And police officers have a number that is displayed on their uniform.

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OK, so that's what we need to remember.

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Do we need anything else?

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Oh, I wonder what this is for?

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A flashing light.

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I guess it will come in handy.

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OK, we have everything we need, let's go.

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# Let's play! #

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Right - dice, dice, dice.

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I am sure there are some in here somewhere.

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REBECCA MIMICS A SIREN

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Hey, Sid, can you guess what I am?

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Ever so slightly annoying?

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No! I'm a police officer!

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-Oh, brilliant! Nice uniform.

-Oh, thanks.

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I hope I get to go in a police car.

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Yes, so do I, because you can make those noises with your mouth.

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I'm looking for the dice.

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I think there are some in this cupboard somewhere.

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-I'll keep looking while you're away.

-Great, thanks.

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-Wish me luck!

-Good luck, Officer Rebecca.

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Neenaw! Neenaw!

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# Let's play! #

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Come on, then. Let's play police officers.

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Ooh!

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Whee!

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# Let's play! #

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So, where are we? Well, it looks like a town.

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Well, I am a police officer, so all I need now is someone to help.

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Oh, no! Oh, no! I have lost my cat.

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Well, that didn't take long! Can I help?

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Yes, I have lost my cat.

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Oh, dear. Well, I am a police officer

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but we don't usually go looking for cats.

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I'll help you out this time. OK, what's the name?

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-Stephen.

-No, what's the cat's name?

-Tiddles.

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Right. And what does she look like?

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Ginger, white feet and a bell around her neck.

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OK, ginger, white feet, bell round the neck. Got it!

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Oh, already! That was quick, thank you.

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I missed you, Tiddles. Where is she?

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No, I haven't found her, but I have a good idea.

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-What's that?

-I'll find her by listening out for her bell.

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When she runs, the bell will make a noise and we'll follow.

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Oh, OK. I guess you know what you are doing.

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-Leave it to me. I'll find Toddles.

-Tiddles.

-Yes, sir.

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Tiddles. What colour was she again?

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-Ginger.

-Ginger.

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A bell round the neck and...

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How am I going to remember all of this? What am I going to?

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Oh! Hold on! I remember, do you?

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Police officers carry a notebook with them. That's it.

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I'll use my notebook.

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Right, so, Tiddles, ginger,

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white feet, bell round the neck.

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No problem, sir. I'll have Tiddles back to you in no time.

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Oh, OK. That's great.

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-No worries. Bye-bye.

-Bye-bye.

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# Let's play! #

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Hello, hello, hello, what's all this, then?

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Ginger, white feet, bell round its neck.

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-Oh! Hello.

-You must be in the police too.

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-Well spotted.

-You pick these things up. Years in the business.

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So, what are you doing?

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Well, I'm looking for a cat which goes by the name of...Tiddles.

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-Well, I'll help you. We'll patrol the beat together.

-Oh, great!

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Come on, then.

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-So, what's your name, then?

-Rebecca. And yours?

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Bill. PC Bill. My father was in the police force too.

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His name was also Bill.

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Down in the station they call me young Bill.

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BELL TINKLES

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-What is that?

-What is what?

-That? That sound?

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-It sounds like a ringing bell.

-BOTH: Tiddles!

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-It came from somewhere in here!

-Right, split up and look for her.

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-OK, you go this way and I'll go that way.

-Right.

-Oh, sorry!

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BELL RINGS

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Hold on, I can hear it. The bell! Tiddles's bell!

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It came from over there.

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Tiddles?

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Oh! Oh, it's you! I just heard your cat's bell.

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Oh, no. I think that was me on my bell.

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Oh, dear. Just when I thought we had found her.

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BELL TINKLES

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-How did you do that?

-Do what?

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-Ring your bell without touching it?

-I didn't.

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BELL TINKLES BOTH: Tiddles!

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-It came from in the bushes.

-Yes.

-I'll get her.

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-Do you want me to come too?

-Leave it to me. This is police work.

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-I'm going in.

-Hold on!

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It looks a bit dark in there.

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-Here, borrow my torch.

-Oh, right, thanks.

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-Good luck!

-Thank you.

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Come on, Tiddles. Where are you?

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Tiddles?

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I can't see a thing in here.

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Oh, of course, I can use this torch!

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Oh! I think I can see her. Tiddles, is that you?

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BELL TINKLES

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Ginger, white feet, bell.

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Meows like a cat. That's her, all right.

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OK, Tiddles. Don't be scared.

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I am just going to lean down and pick you up.

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CAT YELPS

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Well, that is one way of getting a cat out.

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I think she ran off over there.

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Ooh! What did I land on?

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Hmm, a bone. A very big bone.

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OK, let's find that cat. Tiddles!

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Pss! Pss! Pss! Pss!

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-Well, that was interesting.

-You found Tiddles.

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-Oh, no, it's just an old bone thing.

-No, look!

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Tiddles! She must have run out and seen you.

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-Well, I'm glad we could be of help.

-Thank you very much.

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-No problem. Here's your torch.

-No, you keep it.

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You never know when it might be handy. Thanks.

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Come on, Tiddles. See you.

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OK, thanks. Bye.

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Right, now I need to report back to my fellow officer.

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But where is he? Oh, no. Looks like I have lost Bill as well now.

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And he hasn't got a bell around his neck. How are we going to find him?

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Oh! Hold on! I remember, do you?

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Police officers talk to each other

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using a special walkie-talkie used only by the police.

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Ha! I'll call him on this.

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PC Bill? PC Bill? Rebecca calling.

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Hello, Rebecca, is everything OK? Over.

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-Yes, we have found the missing cat. Over.

-Great.

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-Anything else to report? Over.

-Yes. This interesting bone.

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-Where are you? Over.

-I am at the gate again. Over.

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OK. I'll be right over. Over.

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OK. Over and out.

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Right, then. Let's go and meet PC Bill.

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See what he thinks of this bone.

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Ah! There you are. Well done for finding that cat.

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Oh, thanks. I found this too.

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-Oh! You know what this is?!

-Yes, it's an old bone.

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This isn't just any old bone, this is a dinosaur bone.

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A dinosaur bone? I thought they died out years ago.

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They have! This went missing from the town museum a long time ago.

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I've been on the lookout for it.

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Everyone has been on the lookout and you found it.

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-We'd better get it back to the museum.

-Yes, right.

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Thing is, the museum is a long way away, the other side of town.

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Miles away, and it shuts in... Oh! Half an hour!

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-Um, I know. We'll call for help.

-Brilliant!

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PC Rebecca calling. Could you send a police traffic car over?

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'Hello, PC Rebecca. What is your police officer number

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-'and your location? Over.'

-Police officer number?

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I have no idea what he's talking about.

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Oh, hold on, I remember. Do you?

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All police officers have a number clearly displayed on their uniform.

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So, where is mine, then?

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Oh, here it is, look.

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On my shoulder. My police officer number is PC 412.

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And we are at the entrance to the park, over.

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'Wilco. A car will come straight over. Keep a lookout. Over and out.'

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They're going to send a car right away.

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Oh, that is what I call right away.

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Great! I get to ride in a police car.

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And I'll finish my beat. Well, PC Rebecca, it's been a pleasure.

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-Let's hope we do it again sometime.

-You too.

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-Thanks very much and enjoy your walk.

-OK.

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BOTH LAUGH

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-No, seriously.

-See you.

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See you.

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Hello. Nice to meet you. I'm PC Rebecca.

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Nice to meet you. My name is Bobby.

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A policeman called Bobby, eh? Who would have thought?

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-Right. To the museum, please.

-Um...aren't we forgetting something?

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Are we?

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-Your seat belt.

-Yes. Right, of course! My seat belt.

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There we go.

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Right, all in. Let's go.

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-Excuse me?

-Eh?

-Your seat belt.

-Oh!

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BOTH CHUCKLE

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Let's go, then.

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So, why do you want to go to the museum?

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-I found the missing dinosaur bone.

-Oh, very good.

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We've been looking for ages. How did you find it?

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-I sat on it.

-That's one way! Well, we'll be there very soon.

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Uh-oh, hold on.

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-Eh?

-We have a situation.

-Where?

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-Melons on the road.

-Oh!

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That man has tipped his cart over.

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Melons all over the road!

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Yes, and it's a danger to other road users.

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-We need to warn them about the hazard.

-How do we do that?

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We need to alert the other drivers to slow down

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-by the use of some sort of beacon or lamp.

-Lamp? Oh, hold on!

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We can use this flashing light I was given.

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I knew it would come in handy.

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Good! Great idea, Rebecca.

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Stopped on High Street. Situation developing.

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Man at side of road with barrow. Highway covered in melons.

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No support needed. We can handle this one.

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Right, let's go.

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BOING!

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BOTH: Oh!

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My melons! Oh, no, my melons!

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Don't worry, sir. We'll deal with it.

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We'll use this light to warn drivers to slow down.

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OK, I'll do that, if you don't mind sorting out the melons.

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Thank you. Slow down, please. Slow down.

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We'll have the traffic moving shortly. Slow down.

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You, sir, excuse me.

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Right, sir, if you give me a hand

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we should have this cleared up in no time. Ready?

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-Ready.

-Right, let's go.

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-Job done. See, I said it wouldn't take long.

-How can I ever thank you?

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-Oh, please, have a melon.

-Oh, you are all right, thanks.

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-I've had enough of melons for one day.

-Well, thank you very much.

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-Goodbye.

-Bye!

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What a nice police officer.

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Melons back in barrow. Road reopened. Time is 1600 hours.

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Set to proceed to the museum. Over and out. Good work, PC Rebecca.

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-Thank you.

-Right, let's get this bone to the museum. Seat belt?

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-You have got it!

-Oh, you have too.

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BOTH LAUGH

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-OK, PC Bobby, let's get this bone back to its proper owner.

-Right.

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# Let's play! #

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Well, this is the museum.

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Now I just need to find the dinosaur with the missing bone. Ah!

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That might be it. Let's go and see if it has got a bone missing.

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-Hello. Excuse me? Can I see the dinosaur, please?

-No, sorry.

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-Not allowed.

-Oh, but I...

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Sorry, I am under strict instructions not to allow

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-anyone anywhere near that dinosaur.

-Oh, but I found the...

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We have had one bone go missing, we do not want to lose another.

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But I... I only want to...

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-No.

-But you see...

-Absolutely not.

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-But I've found the missing bone!

-I'm sorry... Eh? What did you say?

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I've found the missing dinosaur bone. I found it under a bush.

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Well, why didn't you say? Oh! Oh, my!

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That's the dinosaur bone.

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Look! That's where it's meant to fit.

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Blow me! This is excellent news.

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We can put the bone on the skeleton again.

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The dinosaur is whole once more. Thank you very much!

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-You have done very well.

-No problem at all.

-I must go and tell my boss.

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-So, did you return the bone?

-Yes, and he was very pleased.

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PC Rebecca, you've been an excellent police officer.

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Oh, thank you. But we would never have done it

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without remembering everything we needed to know.

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If you have a problem, a police officer can help.

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Most police officers carry a notebook to write things in.

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Police officers talk to each other on a special kind of walkie-talkie.

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And they all have a number on their uniform.

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I think it's time we went home.

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I've had a lovely time and thanks for driving me in your police car.

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Not at all. You've been a great help.

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-We need more officers like you.

-Thanks, PC Bobby.

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-OK, bye-bye. You take care now.

-Bye-bye.

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# Let's play! #

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-Hey, Sid.

-Hello, Rebecca.

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Or should I say PC Rebecca? How did you get on?

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Oh, it was great. We helped loads of people.

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-Did you find the dice?

-No. I think it's in this cupboard.

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-I can't really see. It is a bit too dark.

-Let me help.

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-Look, I have a torch.

-Oh, great!

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-Yes, just under there.

-There it is, right in the back.

-Yes!

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Ah, brilliant! Now we can set up the game.

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Playing police officers was great fun. What do you like to play?

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# Let's play! #

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I love playing wolves.

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HE HOWLS

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Playing divers is great fun. This is how I swim.

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I love to play ballerinas and spin around like this.

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-It's fun to play. Start playing today.

-Go to:

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See you soon!

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Preschool show exploring the magic of play through dressing up, role play and pretending. Rebecca finds out whether she has what it takes to be a police officer when she has to find the missing cat Tiddles and return the mystery bone to its owner before it's time to head home.


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