Hats On Me Too!


Hats On

Drama series about the parallel lives of parents and their children. It is the Castle Park Hill race and Mickey John is having difficulty telling who the runners are.


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# Come on and get on down to the city

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# Where the trains all clatter through

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# Hey! Look at that driver driving

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-# I want to ride that train of blue

-Me too

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# I'm looking way up high to the windows

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# Take a peek for an inside view

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# All these people busy working

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# I want to see what they all do

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# Come on, let's weave around the market

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# Do you hear the hullabaloo?

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# Everybody's busy selling

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-# I wanna buy myself a new...

-Me too

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# Look through the arches under the station

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# Down where the pigeons perch and coo

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# Take a taxi ride to the river

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# I wanna drive down the avenue

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# Hey, look at those buses gleaming

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# They look so clean and spanking new

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# All lined up to drive around the city

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-# Let me ting that bell

-Ding, ding!

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# Going to ride on round to the school stop

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# Where the children hurry through

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# Sit down, the teacher's teaching

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# I'd love to learn a thing or two...

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# I love to skip in Riverseafingal

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# Riverseafingal, by the sea. #

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Seven o'clock.

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# Come on and get on down to the city

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-# Where the ferryboat sails at noon

-Sails at noon

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# Time to call on Granny Murray

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# She'd love to say hello to you... #

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Hello, honeypie.

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Come away in and see who's at home today.

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# Granny Murray's house has two at home today

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# Granny Murray house is home to... #

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Who's here today?

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Well...

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we've got Rachel and we've got Hope.

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Don't just sit there, treasures, let's have fun.

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What's Granny Murray got on her shelves today?

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We're going to make rosettes

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and stick our rosettes on the umbrella to make it look cheery.

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Stick the rosettes.

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Well, we've got Rachel and we've got Hope.

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But someone's missing today.

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Not any more. Who's coming home to Granny Murray?

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Who's that?

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Oh, it's Rebecca.

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With Mickey John.

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Hello, there.

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Mickey John.

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Hello.

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-Hello.

-And Rebecca. Come away through.

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Wow! I've never seen my old brolly look so amazing.

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They're out of the starting blocks early today.

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-I've organised a race in the park for this afternoon.

-Thanks.

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-What for?

-For giving me an idea for Claude's costume.

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Let's dress Claude up in a racing outfit.

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-Why don't we race over there?

-Ready, steady, go!

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-Could Claude take part in the race?

-Well, he looks the part

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-but he'd better watch the race with me.

-Watch? You're not racing?

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No, I'm commentating on the race.

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I hope you've got a loud voice.

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Yeah. I'm going to use a megaphone to make sure everyone can hear me.

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Get ready, get set, and they're off!

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-Streaming across the start line and running towards the hill.

-Go!

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The leader heads to the top of the hill,

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turning at the marker, heading to the finish line.

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But what's this moving through the field? Claude!

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He's zigzagging through the racers

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and heading like a champion to the finish line.

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Oh, what excitement! You'll make a great race organiser.

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-I'd better race off if I want to get to school on time.

-Claude!

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-Oh!

-Very sporty, Claude.

-Oh, yes.

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He'll give you a run for your money in the sporty stakes.

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-Very good.

-Well done, you lot.

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Is this for me?

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Oh, it's a special race organiser's rosette.

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-Great. I'll stand out in a crowd when I wear this.

-Yes.

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-Sometimes it's important to know who's who.

-Yes.

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-Bye, Rebecca.

-Bye.

-Have a good time with Granny Murray.

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Come on, then.

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Now, remember, sometimes it's important to know who's who.

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-Thank you. See you later.

-We'll be thinking of you.

-Me too.

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Now, you keep a wee eye on Mickey John.

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Make sure he goes the right way to work.

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# I'm on my way To work today

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# Walking my shoes through the city views

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# Stepping along and swinging my arms

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# Singing my way through the city's charms

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# Getting there is just so fine

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# I so enjoy my walking time

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# I always know the way I go

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-# Can you show me the way I go?

-Hey!

-#

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OK - which way?

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# Do I go left now? Do I go right?

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# Which way is wrong now? Which way is right? #

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-Right!

-OK - right! To the school!

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# I'm on my way To work today

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# Looking this way and that-a-way... #

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Hello, alley!

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Hello, doors!

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Hello, steeple!

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Hello, walls!

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Hello, people!

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# La la la la La la la la la la la-la la

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# Dum de-dee-dee De de de de de doo

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# Do I go up now? Do I go down?

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# Which way's a smile now and which way's a frown? #

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-Up!

-OK, that way! Up!

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# You told me the way to go

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# Thank you - you showed me the way I know. #

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Thanks for that.

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Now, what have I got to do?

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Ah, yes, time for a tie.

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All snazzy...

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and ready to go.

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Hi, Mickey John.

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-Hi, Raymond.

-Is everything ready for the big event?

-Oh, yes.

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-I think we can be guaranteed a fine day in the park.

-The park?

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-I thought the classroom would be big enough.

-For a hill race?

-Hill race?

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-I'm talking about the surprise play.

-Oh, of course.

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Yes, everything's ready for the play.

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Great. You can relax.

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I don't know. I'm commentating on the race as well. Listen.

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And there goes Teddy and his mate Tom, as they run over the hill.

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-Was that too loud?

-No, no. Perhaps not loud enough.

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I can show you how to PROJECT YOUR VOICE.

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No need to worry. I've got the perfect tool.

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VERY LOUDLY: The most exciting race I've ever seen.

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-How's that?

-Perfect.

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BELL RINGS

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Time's moving on. I'll get the props for my play. See you later.

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See you.

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And here they come, running in.

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A race to the finish to sit down at their desks. Fantastic.

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First, the register. Now, where's that pen?

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Oh.

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Oh. I wonder how Rebecca's getting on at Granny Murray's.

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# I love to skip in Riverseafingal

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# Riverseafingal, by the sea

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# I love to skip in Riverseafingal

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# Riverseafingal, that's for me. #

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Bye-bye, Claire. Have a lovely day.

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-It's time for us to have fun. Who wants to go to the park?

-ALL: Me!

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Me too! Come on. Now, stay close to Granny Murray.

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Not that you'll miss me with my flowery umbrella.

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And your dad will be easy to spot, Rebecca, with his lovely rosette.

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Come on, then.

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What are you doing in school, Daddy?

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-Kumran.

-Here.

-Hannah.

-Here.

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-Oh, Mickey John.

-Hi, Tina.

-Can I leave this box of hats with you?

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-It's for the play for the children later.

-Yes, of course.

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-What's the play about?

-It's Cinderella.

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Who does this belong to? The giant on the beanstalk?

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There's no giants in Cinderella. This belongs to the handsome prince.

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Hello. I'm Prince Percy.

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-You should know who everyone is just by the hat they're wearing.

-Great.

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This must be Cinderella.

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Has anyone seen my slipper?

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-I'd stick to teaching, Mickey John.

-Yes, Tina.

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I'd better act like a teacher and get back to work.

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# Oh, I whoop with joy when I go to school in the mornin'

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# Teaching with my chums and see the children learning

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# School day, work away

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# I'm learnin' learnin' learnin' when I'm teachin'

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# I'm teachin' learnin' teachin' learnin' teachin'

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# School day, work away

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# Teaching to count and teaching to read

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# Learning about birds and plants and seeds

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# Playing games and sports outdoors

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# Blowing my whistle and keeping the scores

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# School day, work away

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# I'm learnin' learnin' learnin' when I'm teachin'

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# We're learnin' learnin' learnin' when he's teachin'

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# School day, work away

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# Oh, the secretary's smiling as she does her organising

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# The janny fixes The cookie mixes

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# And the cleaner keeps us shining

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# Oh, I whoop with joy when I go to school in the morning

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# Holding the line in the dinner queue

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# While the cookie cooks and serves a stew

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# Answering the questions where and why

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# How does it work and how does it fly?

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# School day, work away

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# I'm learnin' learnin' learnin' when I'm teachin'

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# He's learnin' learnin' learnin' when he's teachin'

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# School day, work away

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# All the children peep and eye me

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# As they sit and try their writin' I take a look, I mark their books

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# The good ones get a smiley

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# Oh, I whoop with joy when I go to school in the mornin'. #

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Lunch will be a bit later today

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because we are going to be entertained

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by Tina and Raymond's theatre company.

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-When the other actors arrive...

-Other actors?

-There are no other actors.

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-We're it.

-How can you play all the people in Cinderella?

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-How will we know who's who?

-Watch.

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Ladies and gentlemen, please be seated

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and enjoy with us the quick-fire story of Cinderella.

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Oh, dear, I'm Cinderella and I'm very upset

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because I'm sick of my nasty sisters.

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Cinders, polish this floor!

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-Yes, Gertrude.

-Cinders, scrub my shoes!

-Yes, Gretel.

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Oh, it's the postman.

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Just the one letter, for YOU, from Prince Charming.

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-An invitation to a ball.

-I'll have that.

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-Scrub the kitchen. We're going to the ball.

-Oh!

-Bye!

-Oh!

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-I wish I was going to the ball to dance with Prince Charming.

-Ting!

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Dearest Cinderella, I am your fairy godmother.

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-You shall go to the ball.

-Oh! Shall I? But what about my clothes?

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-TING!

-Oh, thank you, Fairy Godmother.

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-I feel so beautiful.

-Be back by midnight.

-Oh!

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Oh, what a lovely ball. What a lovely handsome prince!

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-May I have the pleasure?

-Don't mind if I do.

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CLOCK STRIKES

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-At midnight the magic will end. Bye.

-You forgot your slipper.

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Whoever fits this slipper, I shall marry.

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Oh, I think it'll fit my dainty wee toes.

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-It fits perfectly, Charming, darling.

-Then we shall be married.

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TOGETHER: And live happily ever after.

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That was great.

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BELL RINGS

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That's your one o'clock lunch call, class.

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-I've got a race to organise.

-Mickey John,

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don't forget your MEGAPHONE!

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Thanks, Raymond. I need that.

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And my rosette from Rebecca.

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# I love to skip in Riverseafingal

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# Riverseafingal, that's for me. #

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Rain, rain, go away, come back again another day. One, two, three.

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Well done.

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Rain, rain, go away, come back again another day. One, two, three.

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That was great fun.

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Rebecca, your dad will soon let us run in the hill race, won't he?

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Two o'clock. Time for the race to begin.

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The runners should easily spot me with my rosette.

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But, oh, dear, how am I going to spot them?

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How will I tell which runner is which? They all look the same.

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I've been working hard to organise this race.

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What have I done wrong? Where did the time go?

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At seven o'clock, I dropped Rebecca off at Granny Murray's.

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The children were decorating Granny Murray's umbrella.

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At eight o'clock, I arrived at work.

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Raymond popped in and helped with my diction for my race commentary.

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At nine o'clock, the children arrived.

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Tina popped in with the hats for the surprise play for the class.

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At 12 o'clock, the play started. They told the story of Cinderella.

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Tina and Raymond played all the parts with different hats.

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We broke for lunch at one o'clock

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and I raced to the park to organise things for the race at two o'clock.

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But all the racers looked the same.

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Remember, sometimes it's important to know who's who.

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I knew who was who in Cinderella because of the hats.

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If I want to know who's who in the race,

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they can all wear different hats. ATTENTION, everyone!

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The hill race will be delayed for a hat break.

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It's a race against time.

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# I've got to do it I've got to do it

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# I've got to beat the clock before the chime

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# I've got to sort it I've got to sort it

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# I've got to do the job on time

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# Like a busy bee I'm going to beat that bong

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# I'm going to finish this job before I finish this so-o-o-ong

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# Do we think he's going to do it?

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# Do the job that needs to be done? Will he know how to fix it?

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# Will he finish what he has begun?

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# Yes, we're sure he will get there in the end

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# Because he knows what he should do

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-# I'm gonna do it

-He's gonna do it

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# I'm gonna beat the clock before the chime

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-# I'm gonna sort it

-He's gonna sort it

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# I'm gonna do the job on time

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# Like a busy bee I'm gonna beat that bong

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# I'm gonna finish this job Before I finish this so-o-o-ong. #

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Go!

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And they're off.

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Here comes chef's hat on the left.

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And it's cowboy and pirate neck and neck. It's a draw!

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Oh, well done, everyone.

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Oh! Let me see.

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This one...is for Rachel.

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And this one is for Rebecca.

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That looks just like your dad's rosette.

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-Mickey John!

-Hi, Granny Murray.

-Come away through.

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-Look who's here, Rebecca.

-Hello, beautiful girl.

-Hello, Daddy.

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-Have you had a lovely time?

-You bet we have.

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-Say thank you to Granny Murray.

-Oh, a big cuddle. Clever girl.

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Thanks from me, too, Granny Murray. Your saying saved the day.

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Well, it never did. Let's get you home.

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-Looking forward to next time.

-Me too.

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Come on, Rebecca.

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And I suppose you'll want me to tell you all about my time too.

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# Well, there was...

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# Hugging, dancing, dusting, sharing

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# Talking, cooking painting, laughing

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# And rushing round Dressing up and sitting down. #

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But what was really special about today?

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Well...

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Claude was dressed as a runner as it was a sporty sort of day.

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We decorated my brolly with lovely paper flowers

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so that everyone could see where I was.

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Then we went to the botanical gardens

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where we played the rain, rain, go away game.

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Later, everyone was awarded a rosette for the running they did.

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Mickey John's race was a success

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because he realised how sometimes it is important to know who's who.

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I hope you enjoyed yourself.

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Me too!

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Bye-bye, honeypie.

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd - 2006

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Drama series for four- to six-year-olds about the parallel lives of parents at work and their children who stay with childminder Granny Murray.

It is the Castle Park Hill race and Mickey John, the commentator, can't see which runner is which. He solves his problem by getting them all to wear different hats.


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