Girl on a Bike Me Too!


Girl on a Bike

Drama series about parents and children. Tina is very nervous about her one-woman show. Raymond suggests that she puts on a dress rehearsal for the passengers.


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# Come on and get down to the city where the trains all clatter through

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# Hey, look at that driver driving I wanna ride that train of blue

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# Looking way up high to the windows Take a peek at that inside view

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# All those people busy working I wanna see what they all do

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# Let's weave round the market Do you hear that hullabaloo?

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# Everybody's busy selling Come on, buy me something new

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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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# I take a taxi ride to the river I wanna drive down the avenue

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# Hey, look at those buses gleaming They look so clean and spanking-new

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# All lined up to drive around the city, ting that bell, toodle-oo

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# I'm gonna ride round to the school where the children hurry through

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# Sit down, the teacher's teaching I'd love to learn a thing or two

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# I love to skip in Riverseafingal Riverseafingal by the sea... #

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Eight o'clock!

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# Riverseafingal, that's for me

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# Come on, get on down to the city where the ferryboat sails through

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# Time to call on Granny Murray

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

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Me too!

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Hello, honey pie! Come away in and see who's at home today.

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# Granny Murray's house has two at home to play, it's home to... #

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Who's here today?

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Well, we've got Molly and we've got Ellie.

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Don't just sit there, my wee porcupines! Let's get busy.

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We are going to practise our balancing.

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Oh, no, you're falling, Ellie! Molly, you're very good.

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Tickle-tickle-tickle!

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Well, we've got Ellie and we've got Molly.

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But someone's missing from home today.

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Oh, not any more. Who's coming home to Granny Murray?

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Oh, yes! It's Raymond with Lisa. Hello there! Well done.

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-Raymond!

-Hi, Granny Murray.

-Oh, Lisa!

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-What's going on here?

-We've been practising balancing this morning.

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That'll come in handy for your cycling.

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-Yes, we're going cycling.

-I've brought Lisa's cycling helmet.

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That's good. But now that you're here, Lisa, we'll do something new.

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Why don't you all dress Claude up as a cyclist? Good idea?

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-And why don't we cycle over to those chairs?

-Oh, charmed!

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Brring-brring! Coming through! Ding-ding!

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-Do you know, cycling's such an elegant occupation.

-Yes, it is.

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And today Tina is doing her one-woman show, Girl On A Bike,

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-over in Helensbridge town hall.

-Oh, yes!

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Only she's a wee bit nervous as she hasn't done it in quite a while.

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-Some important people are coming to see the show.

-She'll be fabulous.

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The shows I've seen Tina in - when you were Tarzan and she was Jane

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and you swung through the audience and Tina did that MAGNIFICENT leap

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and she landed in a drum. I laughed till I cried.

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-It wasn't meant to happen. She lost her balance.

-Your Tina's a laugh.

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Lisa hasn't been riding her bike for very long,

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so she might need a helping hand.

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We all need that from time to time.

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The children have given Claude a helping hand.

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Now he looks ready to go cycling.

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I hope he doesn't fall over. But if he does, he'll have his helmet on.

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-There you go.

-Oh, thanks, Lise. Oh, it's a picture of a bicycle.

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Oh, is this a good luck card for your mummy? She'll love that.

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-Thanks, Lise.

-Aw!

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-Now, I must get to work.

-You must. Come on!

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Now, remember, we all need a helping hand from time to time.

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-Thanks, Granny Murray. Have a fun day.

-Bye-bye, darling.

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-We'll be thinking of you.

-Me too.

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Will you keep a wee eye on Raymond, so 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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# I'm stepping along I'm 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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# But can you show me the way I go...? #

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OK. Which way?

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

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

-Left! #

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OK. Left to the station.

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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, taxi. Hello, tank.

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Hello, trolley. Hello, plank.

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Hello, lorry. Hello, bank.

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# He's on his way to work today

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# Looking this way and that-a-way Hey!

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

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# Which way's a smile now? Which way's a frown...? #

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-UP!

-Up.

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# You told me the way I go

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

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Phew! Here we are. So what next?

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Ah, yes! I have to get changed into my smart uniform.

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Ha! All dressed and ready to go.

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-Oh, Tina!

-Oh, my darling!

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I'm so glad we're on the same train!

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I'm so nervous. I haven't had a proper rehearsal for my play.

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And lots of very important people are coming to watch.

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Don't worry! You'll be fine.

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-Just sit back and enjoy the journey.

-Great idea.

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And I'll do some vocal exercises to warm my voice up.

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OK. Whatever you need to help you relax.

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-Bang on time.

-"Rubber dinghy buggy bumpers."

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Good morning, Dr Juno.

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-Hey, Raymond, can I have a bottle of mineral water, please?

-Coming up.

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WARBLING SOUND Is your stomach OK, Raymond?

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-I think so.

-Ooh-oh!

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My gosh! I think someone's having a turn. I better see if they're OK.

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-Oh, no, Dr Juno...

-Excuse me? Are you OK? Oh, Tina, it's you!

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-You better get some fresh air.

-Why?

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-Tina is getting her voice ready for her show.

-Why didn't you say so?

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-Go on then, Tina, tell me about it.

-Well, it's my one-woman show.

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-Girl On A Bike.

-I'll not get a word in edgeways with these two.

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Oh, Lisa! I mustn't forget to give your mummy your good luck card.

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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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Keep pushing, Granny Murray. Keep pushing, Granny Murray.

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You're doing it yourself, my darling! Your daddy would be proud!

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'I want to be with you, Daddy.'

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-I want you to test me.

-Eh? What?

-Test me on my lines.

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-Please!

-OK. But you have to remember that I'm working

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-and if I have a customer, I'll have to stop.

-Just pick a page, any page.

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And we'll just go from there.

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In this scene, Margery sits with the ferryman with a flask of tea.

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OK. Now - "One bag of sugar..."

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One bag of sugar? You'll have to give me a bit more.

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The next line is, "One loaf of bread."

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One loaf of bread? Give me that!

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-This is an old shopping list!

-Oh, is it? Sorry, love.

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But you'll have to sit down and relax. I've got a customer.

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And I better get on with some hard work. Yes?

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# I love my train

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# He loves his train

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# Power rushes through the line Pushing on to be on time

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# Wheels go round and round the track, driving there and back

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# I'm so happy being me

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# Doing all the things I love to do

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# Chocolate, lemonade or tea

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# I'm just very happy serving you

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# Oh, I talk, talk, talk all day Making special moments on my way

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# I'll tell a joke and toast some cheese on toast

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# I walk, walk, walk all day Bringing happiness my way

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# Being nice is what I love the most

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# Tickets checked, all looking fine Signal "go", we'll be on time

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# Watch us as we run in line

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# I'm so happy being me

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# Meeting all the people on the train

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# Can I help you clear your things?

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# If there is a problem I'll explain

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# I talk, talk, talk all day Wheeling trolleys into the sway

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# I'll do a trick and make the journey quick

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# I walk, walk, walk each way Loving all the things I do each day

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# Bringing smiles and happiness my way... #

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-Oh, Raymond, can I have a little word?

-I'm sorry. I have a customer.

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-What can I get you, sir?

-One cheese toastie, please.

-Coming right up.

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"Hello, ferryman."

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-IN DEEP VOICE:

-"Hello, Margery." "Cup of tea?"

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"Yes, thank you, love."

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"Then take me across the river."

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-DEEP VOICE:

-"I certainly will."

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-Actually, forget about the toastie. OK? Sorry.

-What? Eh?

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Oh, Tina! Please go and sit down. You're frightening my customers.

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Am I? Oh! Sorry.

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Raymond, is that cheese toastie going spare?

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-Yes. I'll bring it over when it's done.

-Oh, goody. Thank you.

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I wonder if my other girl is on her bike?

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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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Look at you, my girl! Well done!

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Round the figure of eight. Oh, my! Did you see how close that was?

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Oh, fantastic! You're a real wee cyclist now, aren't you, Lisa?

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What will your dad say when he sees his wee girl on her bike?

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'I can see you, Daddy.'

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Oh, hello, love!

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-There's one cheese toastie and Lisa made you this.

-Oh, what is it?

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-It's a picture of a bicycle to wish you luck.

-Oh, no!

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Oh, how sweet was that of our lovely Lisa!

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And look at me! I've not had a proper rehearsal.

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I can't remember all my lines!

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I can't go on!

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Oh, no! I've worked hard all day and now I've put Tina in a state!

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How? What did I do wrong? And where did the time go?

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At eight o'clock, I took Lisa round to Granny Murray's.

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I brought Lisa's helmet because she was going cycling.

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I told Granny Murray about Tina's show that she was performing.

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I arrived at work. Tina got on the train on her way to her show.

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At nine o'clock, the train set off to Helensbridge. Tina was nervous.

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She hadn't had time to rehearse her show, so she warmed up her voice.

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But Dr Juno thought she was unwell.

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Then at ten o'clock, Tina asked me to help her with her lines.

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But I was too busy with my work.

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At one o'clock, I gave Tina a picture of a bicycle

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that Lisa had drawn to wish her mummy good luck.

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But it made Tina burst into tears.

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Now remember, we all need a helping hand from time to time.

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"We all need a helping hand from time to time."

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Well, what Tina needs at this time is a rehearsal.

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So we'll have a dress rehearsal right here on the train.

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All the passengers will love it.

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We're nearly at Helensbridge, so it's a race against time.

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# I've got to do it, I've got to beat the clock before the chime

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# I've got to sort it, I've got to do the job on time

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# I'll beat that bong, I'll finish this job before I finish this song

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# Do we think he's gonna do it, do the job that needs to be done?

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# Will he know how to fix it? Will he finish what he has begun?

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# He knows what he should do and he'll work it through

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-# I've got to do it!

-Do it!

-Got to beat the clock before the chime

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-# I've got to sort it!

-Sort it!

-I've got to do the job on time

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# I'll beat that bong, I'll finish the job before I finish this song! #

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This is where Margery Hopsworth wants to cross the River Fingal.

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"Hello, ferryboat man."

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-IN DEEP VOICE:

-"Hello, Margery."

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"Care for a cup of tea?" "I'd love one. Thank you, my dear."

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"Then will you take me across the river in your punt?"

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"Course I will, especially if you sing me one of your songs.

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"You know how I like that sweet voice of yours."

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"I'd love to!"

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# Row, row, row your boat Gently down the stream

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# Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily Life is but a dream. #

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Aw... Dream. I wonder how our little dreamer is doing?

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What do you think, Lisa? Ta-da! It's a bicycle!

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Do you like it?

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That's nearly as good as something your dad would come up with.

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'I miss you, Daddy.'

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-Hello, Raymond.

-Hi, Granny Murray.

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Come on, Lisa, Daddy's here.

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-Hello, Daddy.

-Hello. Have you had a good day with Granny Murray?

-Yes.

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-Oh, we certainly did.

-What do you say to Granny Murray?

-Thank you.

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-Oh, it's a pleasure!

-And it's a big thank you to you from me too.

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I remembered you said, "We all need a helping hand from time to time."

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-It saved the day.

-Bless you. Come on. Let's get you home.

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-Bye, my darling! I'm looking forward to next time.

-Me too.

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Let's chat about our time away.

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And I suppose you want ME to tell YOU all about my time too?

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# There was creeping, jumping, chasing, painting, laughing, baking

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# Singing, swinging, sliding, hiding

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# Jumping up and turning round

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# Dressing up and sitting down. #

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But what was really special about today?

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Well, Claude was dressed as a cyclist

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because I was taking Lisa to the park to practise her cycling.

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Raymond told me that there was a cycling theme to the day

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because Tina was performing her one-woman show, Girl On A Bike.

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I went to the park with Lisa. We had a lovely day out together.

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I helped Lisa to get her balance. She was soon cycling by herself.

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She even learned to read signs.

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Later on, we arranged fruit on a plate to look like a bicycle.

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It looked really good, but it didn't stop us from eating it.

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Meanwhile, Raymond lent Tina a helping hand.

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She rehearsed her one-woman show right there in the buffet car.

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Well, I'm going to give myself a helping hand right now.

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I'm going to help myself to a nice cup of tea.

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I hope you enjoyed yourself. Me too!

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Bye-bye, honey pie.

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# I love to skip in Riverseafingal Riverseafingal by the sea

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# I love to skip in Riverseafingal Riverseafingal, that's for me...

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# Come on and get down to the city where the ferryboat sails through

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# Time to call on Granny Murray

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

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Me too!

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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 warm-hearted minder Granny Murray. Tina is very nervous about her one-woman show, so Raymond suggests that she puts on a dress rehearsal for the passengers on the train to calm her nerves.


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