Knight Let's Play


Knight

Imaginative preschool show. It is Rebecca's turn for a fun-filled adventure as she plays at being a knight in armour.


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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 Play! Let's have an adventure, hooray!

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# Do be do do be do be do Let's Play!

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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 I could be a fire fighter

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# 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 Play! Let's have an adventure today!

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# Do be do do be do be do Let's Play! #

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Yes! I love a bit of toast with my jam!

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Ha-ha-ha!

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OK, jammy toast, it's just you and me in the peace and quiet. Mmm!

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CREAK

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Hi, Rebecca. That's a very creaky door.

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Oh, hi, Sid. It is, isn't it? CREAK

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Very creaky indeed. OK, where were we? Oh, yes.

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-You in my mouth.

-CREAK

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Oh, is that the door again?

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No, it's the drawer this time. That's creaky, too.

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Have you finished creaking because I was just about to eat my...

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Yes, carry on. I'm finished here.

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Now, where were we? Ah, yes, you were going into my mouth.

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This time, you definitely are, I promise. Ah...

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-CREAK

-Rebecca!

-Sorry, Sid.

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-I needed a spoon.

-Have you finished now?

-Yes.

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-Are you sure?

-I really am.

-OK.

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SPACESHIP NOISES

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-Hold on, Sid, it's time!

-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!

-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 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

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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! # Yes, it's me

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# Yes, it's me

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# I'm really, really, really, really happy!

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# It's me! #

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Look, there's 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? Cowboy boots? And a chef's hat?

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

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What have we got on now? We've got a suit of armour and a helmet to match.

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What do you think we're playing today? Of course!

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We will be knights in armour and be really brave.

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So what we need to know?

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First of all, Rebecca, knights in armour lived a long time ago.

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From a young age, they learnt how to ride a horse and use weapons.

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Knights fought in battles for the king or queen,

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but a big part of their job was to help the weak and defenceless.

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Knights' armour covered all of their bodies. It was made of metal

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and was very heavy, and had to be oiled

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or it would get rusty and seize up.

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Knights rode trusty steeds,

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which is another name for brave horses that belonged to knights.

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

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And do we need anything else?

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Oh, a carrot? That's a surprise. I wonder what this is for.

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I guess we'll find out. OK, we've got everything we need, so let's go!

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# Let's play! #

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OK, jammy-wammy toast, it's just you and me.

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Hey, Sid. Can you guess what we're playing today?

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Are we playing, Let's Not Let Sid Eat His Jammy Toast?

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-No, we're playing knights in armour!

-Oh, wow!

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I wish I was going on a knights in armour adventure

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instead of staying in this creaky house.

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Just think of all the jammy toast you can eat while I'm gone.

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Oh, yes! Have a good time.

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-I will, see you later.

-Bye!

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Come on, then, let's play knights in armour!

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Wooo!

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Right, here I am. In my armour, ready to be a brave knight.

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So where can I get some knighting action, then?

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TRUMPET CALLS Did you hear that? Trumpets!

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TRUMPET CALLS

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I think it came from that castle over there.

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It might belong to a king or a queen. Let's see if there's anyone in.

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I think it's a good place to start our knight adventure.

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Good morning.

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-Halt! Who goes there?

-Who goes where?

-There.

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-What, here?

-Yes. There.

-Oh, right.

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I'm a brave knight and I'm here to do knight stuff

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-and serve the king or queen.

-You want to see the king, then?

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-Yes, please.

-You can't see the king unless you give me the password.

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Ooh! I like guessing games. Right... Password...OK.

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-Mouldy mangoes.

-Nope.

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Inky stinky? Bingowingo?

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-That's not it.

-Lumpy bumpy?

-Try again.

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-Wobbly legs?

-Not quite.

-Jelly belly?

-'Fraid not.

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I don't know.

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-Smelly kippers?

-That'll do nicely.

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-Oh, great!

-On you go.

-Thanks.

-Enjoy your stay.

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Oh, wow! This is a grand room.

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Of course it is. It's my castle.

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Hello. And who might you be?

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I am King Archibald I, ruler of this fine kingdom

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and all-round general important person.

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-What brings ye to my castle?

-I'm glad you asked me that.

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I'm a knight in armour. I'm here to do brave, knightly things.

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-All right, then. On your knees.

-Excuse me?

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If ye wants to be a knight, I have to knight ye.

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Oh, right, OK. Give me a moment. This could be tricky.

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I'm not sure how well armour bends.

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Give me a moment.

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Try the other leg, ha-ha.

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-OK, I'll try this.

-Ah!

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Yes, now. Where is it? Ah, yes. Here we go, then.

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On second thoughts, I think I'll be...

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No, it's all right. This is how we knight people.

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We put the sword on your shoulders, like this, and say,

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I dub ye Sir Rebecca the Brave.

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-Is it over?

-Yes, all done.

-Wow, lovely, thanks.

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Sir Rebecca the Brave. I like it.

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Now, I have for job you, brave knight.

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Great, bring it on.

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I hope he needs me to be brave because I, Sir Rebecca the Brave,

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am very brave.

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My daughter, Princess Snooty-Pants, is trapped inside the great tower.

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That's a bit careless, isn't it?

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-And I need you, brave knight, to rescue her.

-Consider it done, boss.

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I mean, sir. Your Majesty.

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Wonderful! You are indeed a brave knight.

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You're just the sort of knight that I've been looking for.

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Yes, that's right, I'm a knight. And that's what we do,

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rescuing princesses from towers is all in a day's work.

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Of course, all the other knights run a mile when I mention the dragon.

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Dragon? You didn't mention a dragon.

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Oh. Didn't I mention the dragon?

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No. You didn't. So, this dragon?

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Oh, you know, flappy wings, teeth, fire!

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OK, right. Look,

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I'm perfectly fine with rescues. I really am, but dragons, uh-uh.

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-But you said yes. A deal is a deal.

-And a dragon is a dragon.

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Aren't you forgetting something?

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What exactly is the job of a brave knight in armour?

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I don't know. What is the job of a knight in armour?

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Oh! Hold on! I remember, do you?

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Knights in armour used to fight in battles for their king or queen.

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They also used to help the weak and defenceless. Right! I can do that.

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So, you see, you have to work for your king.

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And poor Princess Snooty-Pants

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is trapped inside that tower, all alone,

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weak and defenceless, with no-one to talk to but the mice.

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My poor, defenceless daughter. Poor, defenceless Princess Snooty-Pants.

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Oh, dear. I really don't want to go but I know I should

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if I'm meant to be a knight in armour.

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I will find the strength somehow. I can do this!

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I can rescue Princess Snooty-Pants!

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All right then, I'll do it.

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OK, great, super. Off you go, then.

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Oh, right. OK. Bye.

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Good. Now I'll count some gold.

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Here we go, then. Brave knights are we.

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Let's go and rescue that princess from the tower.

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I hope it's not far. Do you know what?

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This armour is really, really heavy. I don't fancy walking much further.

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DISTANT CRY Did you hear that?

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DISTANT CRY

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It sounded like someone who needed our help. Is that the princess?

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Help! Help!

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Oh, for goodness sake, come and help me. For I am in need of help.

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Fear not, Princess. We're on our way,

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as fast as we can in this heavy armour.

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I've been trapped up here for ages.

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Right, I'm coming as fast as I can.

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THUNDER CLAPS

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Oh, no! It's starting to rain. This is the last thing I need.

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I didn't bring an umbrella, either.

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This is very, very hard work.

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SQUEAK

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Is it me? Or is my armour getting stiff?

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SQUEAK

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Fair Princess, I am here to rescue you.

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Well, let's not stand around chatting about it.

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I'm ready to be rescued. So please, now, rescue me.

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SQUEAK

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Hold on, what's going on? I can't move.

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Oh no!

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I'm all rusty. I think the rain has seized up my armour.

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This can't be happening.

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What am I going to do? I can't rescue the princess if I can't move.

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So, how can I start moving again?

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Oh, hold on. I remember, do you?

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Knights' armour had to be oiled or it would get rusty and seize up.

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We need to get some oil. Excuse me, I'm stuck!

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Hold on. I thought I was the one that needed rescuing.

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Can you help me? My armour's got all rusty, and I need oil to unstick it.

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You want oil? What do you think this is? A shop?

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OK, Sir Whatever. Wait there.

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-Don't move.

-That should be easy.

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Well, I have good news and I have bad news. Which do you want first?

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Um, I'll have the good news.

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The good news is I found some oil.

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And the bad news?

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The bad news is it's the oil that I usually use to fry my turnips.

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It's a bit old and smelly.

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Oh.

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Stand still, here it comes.

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Oh, that tickles! It's really smelly.

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They were very old turnips.

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OK, let me see if this has worked.

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SQUEAK

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That's better.

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I can move! I'm free!

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So can we get going now, please?

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Right, let's rescue this princess.

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Fair Princess, throw down your hair so I may climb up.

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OK, brace yourself!

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Eh?

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You've ruined my hair extensions! You naughty, naughty knight!

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-Sorry, Miss.

-What shall I do now?

-Oh, dear.

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What am I to do? Stuck in this room, behind this door,

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all locked up, and no way out.

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-A door? Does it have a key in it?

-Yes.

-Try turning it.

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I could try that.

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Oh, yes. Hey! It worked!

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Huh, well that was easy.

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It's me! I'm out!

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-Great!

-What do we do now?

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ROAR

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-It's a dragon!

-What shall we do?

-Run!

-Great idea!

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-So, what's the plan?

-Er, plan? What plan?

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You're the knight doing the rescuing. How will we escape?

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Err... Keep running?

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That's just great. You came here without anything

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for us to make a getaway with. What sort of knight are you?

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ROAR

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-A scared one!

-Argh!

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ROAR

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I can't go much further. What are we going to do?

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We need to go faster.

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Oh, hold on, I remember, do you?

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Knights rode trusty steeds, which is another name for a horse.

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We need to get a horse!

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-There's one, over there.

-Great!

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Let's get to our trusty steed.

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NEIGH

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Hello, horsey. Can you give us a ride, please?

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NEIGH Ooh, easy, fella.

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-Come on, just a little ride on your back, we'd be really grateful.

-Hurry!

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You need to make that horsey help us before the dragon gets here.

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Oh, no! What are we going to do? Err...

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Oh, yes! Of course! This carrot. I knew it would come in useful.

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Here you go, horsey. Munch on that.

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I think he likes it.

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ROAR

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The dragon! Quick! On the horse!

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ROAR

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-OK, you can move now, please?

-Get us out of here!

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Wahey!

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GROAN

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Phew! We did it! We rescued the princess. Didn't we do well?

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Giddy-up, horsey. Let's get this princess back home!

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Good knight, Sir Rebecca the Brave. You have brought back my daughter.

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-What is that pong?

-Yes, sorry. That's me. It's turnips.

-Eh?

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-You don't want to know.

-You are indeed the bravest of the brave.

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Oh, thanks.

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And so you must now accept Princess Snooty-Pants's hand in marriage.

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-Eh?

-Cooey!

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Oh, um... Yes, err...

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I've really got to go, I've got to oil my armour. Yes.

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Don't get stuck in any more towers, now.

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My hero.

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Well, we did it. We rescued the princess.

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But we would never have done it

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without remembering everything we needed to know.

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'Knights in armour lived many years ago and helped the weak

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-'and defenceless.'

-Help!

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'Their armour was made of metal

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'and if it got wet it would get rusty and seize up.

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'And knights rode trusty steeds, which were brave horses.'

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I think it's time we went home. Bye, everyone.

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Goodbye, brave Sir Rebecca the Knight.

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-Missing you already.

-See ya, bye.

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And then my armour rusted up.

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-But it was all right because we used this oil.

-Ah, great!

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-Sounds like you had fantastic fun.

-I did.

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I'm about to eat this pie, mmm. I can't wait. Would you like some?

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-Yes, please. I'll get the plates.

-Good idea.

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Mmm. Yes, pies, you and me today.

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CREAK

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Oh no! Not again! Everything still creaks.

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Ah! I know. We can use this oil.

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Can you hear this?

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No, not a thing. Fantastic!

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No more creaks now.

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Playing knights in armour was great fun! What do you like to play?

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I love to play racing drivers. I race around like this. Neeoow!

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I would like to be a cave-girl and have crazy hair.

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I would be really fierce, like this, rargh!

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I like to play tennis and win all my matches.

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CRASH

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It's fun to play! Start playing today.

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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. It's Rebecca's turn for a fun-filled adventure as she plays at being a knight in armour. Is she brave enough to save the princess from a tower? Can she outrun the fire-breathing dragon before it's time to head home?


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