Clean Corridors Me Too!


Clean Corridors

Drama series for four- to six-year-olds about parents at work and their children. Dr Juno is upset when Bobby tells her that the hospital is dirty.


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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 me something 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

-Me too

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# I love to skip in Riverseafingal

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# Riverseafingal, by the sea. #

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Eight o'clock.

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# Come on and get on down to the city

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-# Where the ferryboat sails are blue

-Sails are blue

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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 to play

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# Granny Murray's house is home to... #

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Who's here today?

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We've got Megan and Stephen.

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Don't just sit there, my wee twinkles,

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let's get busy.

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Oh, lovely!

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How would you like to make some get-well cards

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for some of my friends?

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I'll fold the paper and show you what to do.

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We'll stick a sad, not-well face on the front

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and then inside, you glue on a happy one to say,

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"Hope you're feeling better soon."

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Now, we've got Stephen and we've got Megan

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but someone's missing from home today.

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Come on, Sampson.

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Oh, not any more!

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Who's coming home to Granny Murray?

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It's Sampson with Dr Juno.

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Hello there!

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Dr Juno, hello!

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And Sampson, come on, boy!

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Come on! Come in.

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That's the way.

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Come and say hello to Sampson, everyone.

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Oh, there!

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We've been making get-well cards.

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So many people seem to have bad colds.

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So why don't you wrap Claude up and make him all better?

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Into your basket, Sampson. Good boy.

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And we can run over to the chairs before we catch the flu.

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THEY CHUCKLE

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Ah! We're going to visit my friend, Maureen, later.

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-She's been a bit poorly.

-Oh, dear.

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Then we're going to get me a new recycling bin.

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-It's a beautiful building.

-It is, very posh.

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But do you know? I don't know if I'll be able to take Sampson in.

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I don't see why not. He's always very well behaved.

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I'll take responsibility for him, just like I did with my Fruit Bug.

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Who's Fruit Bug?

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Oh, that was my wee Pekingese dog.

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I took him into the florist and he got so excited with all the smells.

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The manager said, "Take your dog outside, madam.

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"He's done a wee-wee on the floor."

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I said, "Excuse me but my Fruit Bug would never do a wee-wee indoors."

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-But he had!

-No!

-Yes!

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But it goes to show,

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sometimes people are right when they say you're wrong.

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Oh, you do make me laugh, Granny Murray.

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It looks like poor Claude could do with a laugh.

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Come on!

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Claude, you're not looking very well at all.

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He isn't, is he?

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Well done, angels.

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-There you go.

-What's this?

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A smiley face card.

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And inside, another smiley face.

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It's not a get-well card, it's a keep-well card.

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That's brilliant, thank you.

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SAMPSON BARKS

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-Bye, Sampson!

-Come on.

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Now, remember, sometimes people are right when they say you're wrong.

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-Thank you, Granny Murray. See you later.

-Bye-bye.

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-We'll be thinking of you.

-Me too.

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Will you keep a wee eye on Dr Juno?

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Make sure she goes the right way to work.

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I'm in a bit of a hurry today.

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Which is the best way to work?

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Thank you.

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# I'm in, in, in, in, in a hurry

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# I nee, nee, nee, need to speed to work

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# I take a ticke, ticket on a tramway

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# I'll be, be, be, be, be, be there quite quick

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# Hurry, hurry, hurry on the tramlines

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# Clatter, clatter, clatter at the points

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# Whining, whining, whining drives the speed up

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# Squeaka, squeaka, squeaka slows us down

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# Clatter, clatter, clatter

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# Through the streeta, streeta, streeta till we stop!

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# I'm in, in, in, in, in a hurry

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# I nee, nee, nee, need to speed to work! #

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Oh, hurry, hurry, hurry!

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And hurry to get changed.

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I'm all scrubbed and ready to go.

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-FRENCH ACCENT:

-Hello, Dr Juno. How are you?

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And what would you like for breakfast today?

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We have porridge, the full cooked breakfast with bacon, tomato...

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What are you talking about?

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Lots of people thought they'd woken up in a posh hotel

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-when I served them breakfast this morning.

-How come?

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We're short staffed today.

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Everyone's been pitching in. I've been on the ward.

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All the staff are off sick.

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If you're asking, I'd love a cup of tea and a slice of toast.

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My pleasure, mon cherie!

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I mean, coming right up, duck!

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I'm feeling OK.

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What about you, Sampson?

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# I love to skip in Riverseafingal

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# Riverseafingal, that's for me. #

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Oh! Well, Sampson is fast, isn't he?

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-Yes.

-Oh, thanks, Stephen.

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DOORBELL RINGS

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You take this to give to Maureen.

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Hello!

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Hello, Maureen.

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Good girl, Megan.

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And we made you a wee card, Maureen.

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Could you give the card, Stephen?

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There's nothing like a waggy tail or a smiley face to cheer you up.

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That's what Dr Juno would say, isn't it, Samson?

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SAMPSON BARKS

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What's going on here? Have you got a cold?

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They haven't come to the hospital for that.

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Anna-Marie fell off her skateboard and hurt her knee.

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-She can't bend her leg.

-Oh, dear.

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Wait a minute! I know what the problem is.

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Let's have a look.

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There. Careful.

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All right.

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You had your kneepads back to front.

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All right. Lift your leg for me.

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And bend it. OK, there we are.

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Is she OK?

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I think what we have here, people, is a slight case of slipped kneepad.

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THEY CHUCKLE

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But far more seriously, Mum's snuffles.

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I think you should go home and stay warm.

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Get some rest, eat well and drink lots of fluids.

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-Thanks very much.

-OK.

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I'll see you later.

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I'd better get on with the rest of my work.

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# It's so exciting in the hospital

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# It's where the people who are ill get well.

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# Machines are buzzing to give us a thrill

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# I'm rushing here and there to be here

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# I'm rushing here and there to be here

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# It's so exciting in the hospital

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# Trolleys gliding patients through the corridors

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# Flashing blue lights run up to the door

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# I'm rushing here and there to be here

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# I'm rushing here and there, oh, yeah! #

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# I'll be there to comfort you at all times

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# I'll be there to see all is fine

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# I'll be there whenever I'm needed

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# Yeah

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# To hear a heartbeat beating in time

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# Don't worry, I'll always be kind

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# I'll bring a smile and take away your worries, yeah!

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# Nurses and doctors you must understand

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# We are there to hold a hand

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# We are there to take your cares away

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# It's so exciting in the hospital

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# I'm rushing here and there to be here

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# I'm rushing here and there to be he-e-e-re! #

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Hello, Bobby.

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-Oh, hi, Dr J!

-Hello, Kai. What can I do for you?

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He's got a little cut on his finger.

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I think it might be infected.

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-Terribly sore, isn't it, Kai?

-Yes.

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I'd better take a look at this.

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Why don't you come into the examination room? Come on.

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Oh, and you too. Come on.

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OK, up we go, Kai.

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All right, Kai.

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Just be a brave boy for me and let me take a look at your finger.

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Oh, yes, that does look sore.

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It's nothing serious.

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-Nurse Hendry will clean it for you and I'll bandage it.

-No problem.

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-Oh, thanks, Dr Juno.

-See you in a minute.

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Oh, poor Kai! Still, we'll take care of him.

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I hope Granny Murray's looking after Sampson for me.

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That's it, my darlings. Plenty of elbow grease.

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We'll soon have the place sparkling.

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-Oh, don't worry, Sampson.

-SHE SWITCHES VACCUM CLEANER OFF

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That's me. You know my attitude to housework - little and often.

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We'll walk to the town hall later. (That'll be quiet.)

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SAMPSON BARKS

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There you are - a nice, new bandage.

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Leave the bandage on for 24 hours and then you can change the dressing, OK?

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-I'll give you some cream.

-Thanks, Dr Juno.

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-There you go. Wasn't so bad.

-It's important to keep the cut clean.

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Keep your house clean, especially when dealing with Kai's finger.

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Excuse me?! My house is exceptionally clean,

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which is more than I can say for your filthy hospital -

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the floors in your waiting room!

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I'm sorry you feel that way, but I disagree.

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My waiting room is kept exceptionally clean.

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Wait for your prescription.

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DR JUNO SIGHS Oh, my goodness!

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With everybody off with the flu, I've been working extra hard.

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Now Bobby says my hospital's dirty. Where did the time go?

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At 8am, I got to Granny Murray's with Sampson.

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Granny Murray and the children were making get-well cards.

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So many people have a bad cold today.

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At 9am, I arrived at work.

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So many people were off that Nurse Hendry was helping with breakfast.

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It looked like we were going to have a busy day.

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At 10am, I helped a girl who had hurt her knee.

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She was OK, but her mum had a bad cold.

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I sent her home and told her to keep warm and take care.

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At 2pm, Bobby brought Kai to see me.

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He had a small cut on his finger and his cut had become sore and infected.

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At 3pm, I told Bobby that Kai's finger must be kept clean.

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That's when she said that my waiting room wasn't clean.

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I told her that she was wrong

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because I always make sure my waiting room is exceptionally clean.

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Now, remember, sometimes people are right when they say you're wrong.

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Sometimes people are right when they say you're wrong.

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Oh, dear! Maybe I am wrong and maybe Bobby's right.

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DR JUNO GASPS

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The waiting room IS dirty. That's because everyone's away with the flu.

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We're really short-staffed. I'll sort this out. 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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# 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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# A busy bee, I'll beat that bong

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# Finish this before I finish that so-o-ong

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# Do we think she's going to do it? Do the job that needs to be done

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# Will she know how to fix it?

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# Will she finish what she has begun?

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# Yes, we're sure, dear friends She will get there in the end

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# I'm going to do it

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# I'm going to beat the clock before the chime

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# I'm going to sort it 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 that so-o-o-ong. #

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DR JUNO SIGHS

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-Oh, I'm sorry, Dr Juno.

-Oh-h!

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Oh-h!

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-I get uppity when people talk about things being clean.

-You were right.

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But I didn't know that the hospital was short-staffed.

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Honestly, I think that the Harlequin Hospital is the best.

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-You're the best too.

-Oh, thank you.

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If you hadn't told me about the waiting room, I'd never have known.

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Thanks again. BOBBY LAUGHS

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I hope your finger gets much better, Kai, eh?

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-Thank you, Dr Juno.

-You're welcome.

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-Thanks again, Dr Juno.

-OK, bye-bye.

-Bye-bye.

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I'm going to stay well for you, Sampson.

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See where we have to go.

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-This way, darling.

-Excuse me, Madam. What about that mud?

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-Nothing to do with me.

-They're paw prints.

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-SHE GASPS

-Oh, Sampson!

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I didn't realise. I'll get him to wipe his feet the next time.

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Sampson, we'd better get finished up here.

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We'll need to get home in time for Dr Juno, won't we?

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Dr Juno, come away in.

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-Sampson, look who's here!

-Hello, Sampson.

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Hey, good boy! Sampson wants to say thank you, Granny Murray.

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I remembered what you said.

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Sometimes people are right when they say you are wrong. It saved the day!

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-Oh, gracious! Come on now. You'll want to be off.

-Come on, Sampson.

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-Bye-bye, my darlings. I'm looking forward to next time.

-Me too.

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Come on, Sampson. Let's chat about our time away.

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I suppose you'll want to know about all about my time too.

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# Well, there was hugging, walking, dancing, dusting

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# Drying, cleaning, laughing, joking

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# Jumping up and turning round

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# Dressing up and sitting down! #

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SHE SIGHS

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But what was really special about today?

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Well, Claude was dressed as though he was coming down with a bad cold.

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But the children were very good.

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They knew just how to look after him.

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Claude wasn't the only one feeling unwell.

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I took the children to see Maureen who was getting better after a cold.

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She was glad to see us and we gave her some fruit and a get-well card.

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Back home, the children helped clean the house.

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Sampson didn't like the vacuum cleaner.

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Later on, I took Sampson for a wee walk around the town hall.

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A nice man told me that Sampson had walked muddy paws across the floor.

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I didn't believe him at first but he was right. What a mess!

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Meanwhile, Dr Juno remembered that I told her

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sometimes people are right when they say you are wrong.

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Bobby told Dr Juno that her waiting room was a mess.

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Dr Juno cleaned up the waiting room

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and cleared up everything with Bobby as well.

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What a nice tidy end to the day and I feel fine.

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I hope you enjoyed yourself. Me too! Bye-bye, honeypie.

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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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# Come on, get on down to the city

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# Where the ferryboat sails are blue

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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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Drama series for four- to six-year-olds about the parallel lives of parents at work and their children with child minder Granny Murray. Dr Juno is upset when Bobby tells her that the hospital is dirty - but Bobby is right.


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