Sorting Change Me Too!


Sorting Change

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


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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, honey pie!

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

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

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What's on Granny Murray's shelves? Sit here, and we'll see.

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Ooh, what's in the treasure box?

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Pearls and beads and gold. We'll need to sort it into piles,

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because we're going to give it to Doctor Juno for her jumble sale.

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Well, we've got Steven and we've got Rachel. Someone's missing...

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Come on, Jack.

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Not any more! Who's gonna come to Granny Murray?

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Oh, it's Rudi, with Jack!

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Hello there!

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-Rudi! Hello.

-Hi, Granny Murray.

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And Jack! Big squeeze!

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Come on, my darling.

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Here he comes.

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Ooh! Careful, Rudi. You nearly stepped on our treasure.

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Not very clever! What sort of treasure?

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Och, it's not really treasure. It's just odds and ends.

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We're hoping to raise lots of money

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-for Doctor Juno's animal welfare fund.

-I hope it raises money too!

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Why don't you dress Claude up as a security guard,

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to guard our treasure?

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That's us. And we can go for a chat at the chairs. But wait!

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I better punch in the special security code first!

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-Is the security door open, Granny Murray?

-Yes!

-Let's go!

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That reminds me - I've got to go to the bank today

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to get rid of all my change from the stall.

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-Remember, the bank closes early today!

-No problem.

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I've sorted it into bags. 20ps in one, 50ps in another.

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You're a clever boy, well done! That'll save you time.

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Do you know what amazes me, Rudi?

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How do you know what the different coins are if you can't see?

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It's pretty simple - all the coins are different shapes and sizes.

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The small ones with the flat edges are 20ps.

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-Big ones with flat edges are 50ps. Small, fat ones are £1.

-Of course!

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I sort it as I go along, so I don't get in a muddle.

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You don't have one of those change-sorting machines?

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Pour your change in the top,

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-and it sorts it out into different coins.

-Oh, one of those!

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I've got one somewhere, but I never use it.

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Maybe I could give it to the jumble sale!

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Ooh, you should be careful what you throw away.

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-You might need it the next day!

-What, like old, mouldy cheese?

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-Why would I need old, mouldy cheese the next day?

-You trickster!

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Claude looks like he's guarding our treasures. Come on!

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Do you want to search me, Claude? Make sure I don't have her handbag?

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Oh Rudi! Are you ever serious? Very smart, Claude.

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-Best be off now, get to the market.

-Daddy! I've got something for you.

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Oh, a coin holder for 20 pences!

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That wouldn't be so I save them up for your pocket money, would it?

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I'll pop it in my bag. Give us a cuddle!

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-You behave yourself. See you later, kids.

-Come on, Rudi.

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Now, remember, be careful what you throw away.

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You might need it the next day.

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-Thanks. I'll see you later.

-We'll be thinking of you!

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-Me too!

-Will you keep a wee eye on Rudi,

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and make sure he goes the right way to work?

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I've no time to walk. Can you tell me a quicker way I can get to work?

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Thanks!

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

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# I need need need need need to speed to work

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# I'll take a take a trip in a taxi

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

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# Hurry hurry hurry through the streets now

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# Rolling rolling rolling down the road

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# Winding winding winding drives the speed up

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# Squeaking squeaking squeaking slows us down

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# Rolling rolling rolling through the street now

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# Squeaking squeaking to a stop!

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

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# I need need need need need to speed to work. #

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Phew! Thanks for that.

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Now what? Ah, right! Got to put on my work clothes.

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All dressed and ready to go.

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Hi, Rudi! Oh, am I your first customer?

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-Hello, Bobby. You are.

-Great!

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Can I have a cabbage and two apples, please?

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Your wish is my command. What are you up to this morning?

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I'm off to the library to get a new book for Kai,

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then I'm taking him swimming.

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Then I'm having a practice with the Bobbettes.

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-You must be pretty fit to do all that!

-I guess I am.

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All thanks to the healthy food I buy from you.

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You're the perfect advert, Bobby. A running, swimming, jumping advert!

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Actually, I'd be happy to advertise your stall, Rudi.

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Why don't I come back at four o'clock,

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-and do a gymnastics display?

-Great!

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Couldn't make it three, could you? I've got to get to the bank.

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Yeah, no problem. OK...Oh! Nearly forgot my shopping.

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-That's £1.20, please.

-There you go. Thanks, Rudi.

-See you later.

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Ooh, a 20p! That'll do for Jack. Wonder what you're up to now, Jack?

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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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Oh, look at this, Jack!

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Can I have a shot on it?

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Of course you can, my darling.

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-Here you go.

-Thanks.

-Jump up. Good boy, keep safe.

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Clever boy! Wait till we tell your dad about this.

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I'm dreaming of you, Daddy!

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How's my favourite market trader?

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-Hello, Doc. Got the morning off?

-Yes and no.

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I'm not working at the hospital, but I'm busy with the jumble sale.

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Oh, I heard about that. What's it raising money for?

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It's for all the animals that don't have a home.

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I don't think I've got anything to give to the jumble sale, though.

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You might think of something, so I'll leave this bag with you.

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-All right, Doc. I'll catch you later.

-Thanks, Rudi. Bye!

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I want to give something to Doctor Juno's jumble sale.

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But what? I'll have to have a think. And meantime, get down to some work!

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# Dooby, dooby-doo

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# I make it look easy What I dooby-dooby do

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# And what I do Is sell to you and you and you

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# All of the veggies for a stew

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# But it's more than meets the eye

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# What I do for you

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# As I buy and buy

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# While you still sleep

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# Those fruit and veg to eat

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# And the flowers in the early hours

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# So when wake-up comes

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# It's there for you

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# The market stalls are there to view

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# Oh, the market, the market What a wonderful place

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# The hubbub of people The smiles on each face

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# Oh, the market, the market Come look around

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# The hustle, the bustle The bubbles of sound

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# The colours all chaotic And spilling about

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# The smells all exotic, yeah The market cries out

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# Objects to excite you And draw you near

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# The buying and the selling Cheap or dear

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# The market, the market I just love to be there

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# The market is a wonderful place! Doo-be-de-doo-ba

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# Be-boo-be-doo-ba! #

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Just getting all my change sorted to take to the bank. 50ps...£1s.

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All sorted and in order.

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And I didn't even need my change-sorting machine.

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I told Granny Murray this morning I'd never use this.

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Euchh! It's a bit dusty!

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Hey! Maybe I could give this to Doctor Juno's jumble sale.

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Ha-ha! That's what I'll do.

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There we go.

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-Just an orange, thanks, 30p. Thank you! Bye!

-Bye!

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Oh! And that was a 20p, Jack. We'll pop that in here.

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You'll be rich at this rate!

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# I love to skip in Riverseafingal

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# Riverseafingal, that's for me. #

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That's the way, my darlings.

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Thanks, Megan.

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Good boy, Sean.

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There we are. Oh, the table's quite busy!

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My goodness, I didn't know I had all this jumble in the house.

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-Are you having fun?

-Yeah!

-Me too!

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-It was nice of Doctor Juno to let us help with the jumble sale.

-Yeah.

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Are you having fun, Daddy?

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Here I am, Rudi! Raring to go, to advertise your stall.

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We are gonna clean up, mate. I hope you're ready to fill your tills!

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-I am, Bobby.

-Great! OK, go!

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OK. Ahem. Ladles and jelly-spoons!

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Run to Rudi's for the healthiest fruit and veg in the whole market!

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But don't just take my word for it.

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Watch the amazing Bobby doing an incredible acrobatics display!

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You too can be fit as a fiddle, or should I say,

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as bouncy as Bobbette Bobby!

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Woo-hoo! And now for the grand finale.

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Aahh! That sounded like my money bags!

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Oh, Rudi! Oh, crumbs. I am so sorry!

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-The coins have gone everywhere, and they're all mixed up.

-Oh, Bobby!

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I've been working all day, and I had all my money sorted

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to take to the bank before it closes, and...what went wrong?!

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Where did the time go?

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'At eight o'clock, I dropped Jack off at Granny Murray's.

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'They were sorting treasure for the jumble sale.

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'At nine o'clock, Bobby came to buy some fruit and veg.

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'She looked very fit, and she was off to run and swim and do gymnastics.

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'She offered to put on a gymnastics display later, to advertise my stall.

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'At 10 o'clock, Doctor Juno called with some charity bags.

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'She was collecting for her jumble sale, for homeless animals.

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'At two o'clock, I gave my change-sorting machine

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'to Doctor Juno's jumble sale, and put it in her charity bag.

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'Then, at three o'clock, Bobby arrived to do her gymnastics display.

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'It really drew the crowds!

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'But she accidentally knocked open my money bags. They burst open,

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'and now my coins are mixed up and scattered everywhere.

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'I'll never get to the bank on time now!'

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Remember, be careful what you throw away.

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You might need it the next day.

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Be careful what you throw away, you might need it the next day!

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Oh! I see you've found something for my jumble sale. Thanks, Rudi.

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Hello, Doc. I'm really sorry, but I think I'll need what's in that bag!

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Granny Murray was right - I do need my change sorter.

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I've got to sort all this change quickly. 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 song

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

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# Do the job that needs to done

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# Will he know how to fix it?

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# Will he finish what he has begun?

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# As sure as we are friends, he'll get there in the end

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# He knows what he should do and work it through

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-# I'm going to do it

-He's 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

-He's going to sort it

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# I'm going 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

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# Before I finish this song! #

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Oh, thanks, Bobs! Thanks, Doc! Now I'm sorted, I'm off to the bank.

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-Any more jumble for me?

-You can't have my change sorter!

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I think I'll be needing that. How about my old beret?

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-Are you sure?

-Yeah, I haven't worn it in ages.

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-Thanks, Rudi. OK, Bobby, let's get to the jumble sale.

-OK.

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-Bye!

-See you later.

-Bye!

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Right, I'm off to the bank.

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Phew! Got here just in time. Can I pay this change in, please?

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-Certainly.

-Ooh! And one more 20 pence.

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That one's for you as well, Jack.

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-Thank you.

-There you go.

-Thanks.

-Thanks!

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Come on, let's go and have a nosey!

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Hello, Doctor Juno. How's it going?

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Brilliantly! We've raised lots of money.

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-Oh, that's good. Jack, do you see anything you like?

-The hat!

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-Oh! How much for the beret?

-20p.

-I think we can manage it!

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-Thank you.

-Thank you.

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There we are, Jack. Do you think you look like your dad?

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Yeah? Me too!

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-Rudi! Come away in.

-Hi, Granny Murray.

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-Someone to see you, Jack!

-Dad!

-Hello, mate! Give us a cuddle.

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-Sounds like you had a great time.

-Certainly did!

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-Say thank you to Granny Murray.

-Thank you!

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A pleasure, my darling boy.

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And thanks from me, too.

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I remembered - be careful what you throw away,

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-you might need it the next day. Saved the day!

-Thanks, Rudi.

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-We'd better get you two home, eh?

-Come on, mate.

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-Looking forward to next time!

-Me too!

-Bye-bye!

-Come on,

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let's talk about our time away.

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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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# Playing, running, creeping, jumping

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# Chasing, painting, laughing, baking

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# Bathing, dressing, singing, swinging

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# Rocking, sliding, hunting, 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 security guard,

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because we were sorting out all sorts of treasures

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for Doctor Juno's jumble sale.

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'Then I took Jack out, and he really wanted to go on a ride.

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'Popped in the right coin, and off it went!

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'We looked round my flat, and found lots of stuff

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'for Doctor Juno's jumble sale.

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'It was good fun helping to set everything up.

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'When it opened, I had a look round with Jack.

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'He saw a beret that looked like the one his dad had.

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'So we bought it, and Jack looked the spitting image of Rudi!

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'Rudi remembered to be careful what you throw away,

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'because you might need it the next day. Like his change sorter!'

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20 pence into the piggy.

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I always put all my loose change into the piggy bank.

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I hope you enjoyed yourself.

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Me too! Bye-bye, honey pie.

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Subtitles by Andy Bonar Red Bee Media Ltd

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E-mail [email protected]co.uk

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Drama series for four- to six-year-olds about the parallel lives of parents at work and their children with childminder Granny Murray. Rudi needs to visit the bank with all his change, but when the bags are spilled and the coins mixed up, will he make it to the bank in time?


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