Astronauts Let's Play


Astronauts

Imaginative preschool show. Sid goes through the Magic Curtain in an out-of-this-world adventure to play astronauts.


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# Let's play

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# Let's play Do-be-do, do-be-do-be-do

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# Let's have an adventure

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# Hooray! Do-be-do, do-be-do-be-do

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# Let's play! Could we read 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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# Right to the Moon

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# I could be a fire-fighter A farmer or a vet

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# A knight in shining armour Or I could be a chef

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# Let's play Do-be-do, do-be-do-be-do

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# Let's play Do-be-do, do-be-do-be-do

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# Let's have an adventure today Do-be-do, do-be-do-be-do

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# Let's play! #

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He's touching the ball. He dodges one player, another.

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Looks up. Shoots. He scores!

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-Hey, Sid, I've got it.

-What?

-The theme to our party.

-Yes?

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-Singing!

-Oh, great idea!

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We can use this.

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# I'm really going to love a singing party! #

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Let's have a go.

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-Oh, my voice sounds loud.

-Yeah, it does.

-Hello, hello.

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# We're going to have a singing party, everyone, come along

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# Sing my song, sing my song cos we're going to have a party. #

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-Hold on. I need to sing, too.

-It's not good with one microphone.

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We can't have a singing party if only one of us is loud.

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Hold on, Rebecca, it's time!

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Great!

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It's time to play!

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Whose turn is it today?

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Let it be me!

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Let it be me!

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-Me!

-Me!

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# Let it be me

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# Let it be me

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# Let it be me

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# 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, let 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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-Could it be me?

-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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This is really exciting!

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Let's find out what we are playing today.

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Wow! So, I've got a clown's head, a bee's body and a caveman's feet.

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No, that can't be right.

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Right, so what have we got on this time?

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A space helmet and a space suit.

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So, what are we playing today?

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That's right, we're playing astronaut.

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And we're going to blast off into outer space.

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What do we need to know?

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First of all, Sid, astronauts are people who explore outer space.

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They look for things with a magnetometer,

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which is a bit like a huge metal detector.

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On the Moon, there is less gravity than on our planet,

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which means you feel much lighter and can jump much further.

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And there are lots of planets in space.

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There is a red planet called Mars

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and it is the fourth planet away from the Sun.

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That is everything we need to remember,

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but do we need anything else?

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Wow, what's this?

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Some sort of grabber thingy.

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I don't know what I'll need this for, but I'm guessing

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it will come in handy. We've got everything we need, let's go.

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# La, la, la, la, la, la La, la, la, la, la, la. #

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Look, Rebecca! Can you guess what we are playing today?

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You are playing at being a big marshmallow man?!

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No, we're going to play astronauts.

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We'll blast off into outer space.

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I wish I was playing that.

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You'll be able to sing as much as you like.

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-Oh, yeah, of course. Cool.

-See you later, earthling.

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Have fun. Bye!

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# La, la, la, la, la, la La, la, la, la, la, la. #

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Come on, let's play astronauts and blast into outer space.

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Whoa!

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Yeah!

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Weeee!

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Right, so here I am, ready to blast off into outer space.

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I think I'm going to need some kind of spaceship,

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something to take me to distant planets.

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Where am I going to find one of those?

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Ah!

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That'll do. I think I better get in.

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Wow! Look at this!

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This is amazing. My very own spaceship.

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It has got lots of shiny buttons and things.

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I wonder what this one does.

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Oh, hello. Who are you?

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I am Susie Spaceship, your ship's computer.

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Are you ready for takeoff?

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A talking spaceship, this gets better and better!

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Hello, Susie, I'm Sid, Astronaut Sid.

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Strapped in and ready for takeoff.

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Good. Please press the countdown button.

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It is the big red one in front of you.

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Ah. Here goes.

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Commencing countdown.

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Engines on.

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Ten, nine, eight,

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seven, six,

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-five...

-Oh, wish me luck!

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..four, three, two...

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-Here we go!

-..one...

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Zero.

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Zero.

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Zero. You haven't pressed the start button.

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Oh! Of course! Silly me.

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-Wow!

-We have liftoff.

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Wow, we're flying!

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We are going into space.

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We are in...we are in space. This is great, Susie.

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I wonder if it does any tricks. Going left.

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Whoa! Let's try going right.

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Whoa!

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Come on, let's take it round.

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Wh...hey!

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Let's do that again.

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Whoa!

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-This is really whizzy!

-Sid, I think that's enough.

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Sorry, Susie, I couldn't help myself.

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If you look, you will see planet Earth that you left behind,

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-your home.

-Come on, let's have a look.

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Oh, yes! Planet Earth.

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It looks brilliant.

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Blue and green and lots of wisps of white stuff.

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The white are the clouds, the blue is the sea. Everything else is land.

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Wow. I didn't know that that is what Earth looked like from space.

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And now you will see space station Apollo.

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-Commence docking.

-Docking? What's that?

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-You need to park the ship.

-Oh, right. A bit like a car then.

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Um, uff...

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How do I park a spaceship? Um...

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I know, I'll try this. Here we go.

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Here we go.

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-Oops!

-I think you should take some spaceship driving lessons.

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Cheeky.

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Welcome on board, astronaut Sid. This is space station Apollo.

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Fantastic! I'm actually in a space station.

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So, what do we have here? Lots of different bits and pieces.

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I wonder who they belong to.

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-To me.

-Oh, I didn't see you there. Hello.

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I see you found my moon crystals.

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Oh, so that is what they are.

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Yes. They are very precious.

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-And they break very easily.

-Oh, do they?

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Right. I'll put that right back there then.

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-I believe you are the young man I have been looking for.

-Am I?

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I need an astronaut and you have got astronaut written all over you.

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-Have I? Where?

-No, not really.

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I mean you look like an astronaut.

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Oh, right.

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-I am Science Officer McFly.

-Sid, very nice to meet you.

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Now, I need you to go over to the Moon for me.

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The Moon? Really?

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Yes. I left my best robot there on my last visit

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and I need a brave astronaut to go there and find him

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and bring him back.

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Oh, me, brave? Of course I am.

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Astronaut Sid at your service.

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You'll have to be quick, there is a meteor shower on the way.

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-A meteor shower?

-Big, heavy rocks floating around.

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So, make sure you are safely back inside the spaceship

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-before it starts.

-Right, I better get a move on then.

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Oh, hold on.

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What does your robot look like?

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He is called Rover 3000 and he is made of metal.

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He is the best moon crystal collector in the whole of the galaxy.

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You'll need this.

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It's a megaphone. Just press the button and call his name.

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He should come.

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-Oh, a bit like a dog then.

-Aye. Well, good luck, Sid.

-Thank you.

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Oops. Thank you very much.

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I'll be back with Rover 3000 in no time at all.

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-Leave it to me.

-Aye.

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Nice chap.

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I hope he finds my robot, though.

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Right. Susie, we're off to the Moon.

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We have liftoff.

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Wow, look, the Moon! It's huge!

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How are we going to find a tiny, pink, metal robot on that?

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Oh, well, at least no meteor showers.

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Ten minutes till meteor shower.

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Oh, no, a meteor shower is on its way.

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We have to find Rover 3000 and quickly!

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Oh, no.

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Hold on. I remember, do you?

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Yes, we need a large metal detector, a magnetometer.

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Yes. Have we got one of those?

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Yes. Press the blue button.

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Oh, yes!

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Oh, look, that must be the surface of the Moon.

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So, we should be able to find a metal robot with the magnetometer.

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Ah, there is Rover 3000!

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-Could you land us, please, Susie?

-Commencing Moon landing.

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This is one small jump for a Sid in one giant leap for Sid kind.

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Rover 3000, where are you?

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He can't hear me. Oh, I know, I can use the megaphone.

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Rover 3000, where are you?

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Where is he?

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Bark!

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That's him!

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He is running away, quick! Come back here, you naughty boy!

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Where is he?

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Oh, I guess he has gone inside the crater.

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How am I supposed to look in there to find out?

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I can't climb up there, not with this big spacesuit on.

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Oh, dear. Oh, hold on. I remember, do you?

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On the Moon, you are much lighter and you can jump much further.

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That is what I need to do. I need to jump.

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One, two and...

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Weeee! Yes, this is a giant leap!

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Yes! Wow, that was amazing!

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Oh, there he is. Hello, Rover 3000.

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Good robot.

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Oh. Rover 3000, come on.

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Science Officer McFly has got a really good moon biscuit for you.

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Beep, beep, beep.

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I thought that would get him. What's that?

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Bark, bark, bark!

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You found a really good moon crystal?

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Bark, bark, bark!

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And Science Officer McFly would really like it.

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All right then, let's go and get it.

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It's an alien!

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Hello.

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My name is Sid.

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I'm an astronaut.

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Hello, Sid. Nice to meet you.

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-You can speaking English.

-So can you.

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Yes, I can. Do you live here?

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I'm glad you asked me that question, I think I'm lost.

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Oh, dear, that's no good.

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I need to get back to my home planet, but I don't know where it is.

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-Well, what can you tell me about your home planet?

-My house is on it.

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-That doesn't really help me much.

-Oh. It's red.

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So, your home planet is red and your house is on it.

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Mm. Oh, I know! I remember, do you?

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Mars is the Red Planet.

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So, your planet must be Mars,

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and that is the fourth planet away from the Sun.

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Let's take a look.

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Look, there is the Sun.

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And then there is Mercury, Venus and Earth,

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the planet that we live on, and then the next one is red.

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So, that one must be Mars.

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-Oh, thank you, human!

-You can call me Sid.

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Well, I better be going.

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We were having lunch and I popped in the kitchen.

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They're probably wondering where I got to.

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Yes, they probably are. Well, have a safe trip.

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You, too. And be careful of the meteor shower.

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-Will do.

-Goodbye.

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Bye.

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Oh, I like aliens, they are kind of friendly.

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Wow! There she goes.

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Bye-bye, human. I mean Sid.

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I wish I had asked her for her name.

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Never mind, let's get that moon crystal.

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-Right, Rover, where is it?

-Bark, bark.

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In that crater? Great, thanks.

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Oh. There it is.

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How am I supposed to reach that? It is too far down inside there.

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Oh, I know! I remember.

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I can use this. I knew it would come in handy.

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Nearly. Nearly.

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Nearly. Yes!

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Got it! Right, come on, Rover, let's get back to

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the spaceship before this meteor shower starts coming down.

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OK, Rover 3000, we are going home.

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You've made it just in time to escape the meteor shower.

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Three seconds to blastoff.

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Three, two, one.

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-Wow!

-We have liftoff.

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Bye-bye, Moon.

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-Ah, hello, Sid.

-Bark!

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Rover 3000, you're back! Good boy.

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-Yes, and we found something.

-Oh!

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A rare moon crystal!

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It'll be the pride of my collection.

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-Who is a clever boy? You are!

-And we met someone on the Moon.

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-You met someone?

-Yes, an alien, from Mars.

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-Well, I never!

-She was lost, we helped her find her way home.

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You have had quite an adventure.

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Well, thank you for bringing Rover back.

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No problem at all. We have had quite an adventure,

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but we couldn't have helped without remembering everything

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we needed to know.

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Astronauts look for things in space using a metal detector

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called a magnetometer.

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On the Moon, you feel much lighter and you can jump much further.

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And Mars is a red planet,

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which is the fourth planet away from the Sun.

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It looks like it is time for us to go home.

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Science Officer McFly, great to meet you.

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Thanks for everything.

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-Oh, no, you keep that.

-Thank you.

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-Bye-bye, Rover 3000.

-Bark, bark.

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Yes, I'm going to miss you, too.

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I think it's time we went home.

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And there was this crystal. And I saw an alien!

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-No way!

-Yes, a real, live alien. And very nice she was, too.

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-Are you ready for the singing party?

-I am.

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I couldn't find another microphone, we'll have to take turns.

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Don't worry, Rebecca, I have just the thing.

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# I can sing with this!

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# And I can sing with this! #

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Playing astronaut... Oops! Playing astronaut was great fun.

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What do you like to play?

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I love to play penguin cos they're so funny!

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I love playing superheroes.

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I am super strong like this.

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I like to play fairies and sprinkle fairy dust.

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It is fun to play. Start playing today.

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Go to...

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..and click on Let's Play.

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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. Sid goes through the Magic Curtain in an out-of-this-world adventure to play astronauts. Will he find a missing robot on the moon before the meteor shower? Or will he meet a visiting alien before it's time to head home for tea?


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