Don't Touch Me Too!


Don't Touch

Drama series about parents at work and their children with childminder Granny Murray. Mickey John asks Dr Juno to give a talk to his class about dangers in the home.


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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

-Me too

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# Come on, let's weave Round 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, 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? Well, we've got Stephen and Megan,

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but don't just sit there.

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Practise being a ballet dancer and a ballerina.

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Kick our legs behind us.

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Point your toes.

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Point your toes.

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And a wee pirouette, spin round.

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

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but someone's missing from home today.

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Not any more. Who's coming home to Granny Murray? Dr Juno and Samson.

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-Hello, there!

-Hello, Dr Juno.

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Dr Juno...and Samson.

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Clever boy, come on, then. Come and say hello to Samson, everyone.

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Samson, look who's coming to say hello.

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-Gentle, my darlings.

-Into your basket, Samson.

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Well, you'll get a good view there

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while we dress Claude up as a ballet dancer.

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Come on, let us dance over to our chairs, my little swan.

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I'll try!

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GRANNY MURRAY HUMS

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Oh, dear, I think I need a few lessons.

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-What's all this ballet business?

-I love ballet.

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It's so graceful. The men with their straight backs,

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twirling around, pretending to be tulips.

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The ballerinas on their tip toes, dancing as if they were butterflies.

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I'm not really into ballet.

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All that prancing around and not saying anything.

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How do you understand the story? Give me a funny play, any time.

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But sometimes actions speak louder than words.

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Hmm. Wow!

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Take a look at Claude! I can't find the words to describe him.

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-Oh, ha-ha! La-la!

-Wow!

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Here, take this to work with you.

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It might help you learn to love ballet.

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Hmm...maybe.

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I better say bye to Samson.

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-Bye, Samson.

-Come on, you. Off to work, twinkle toes.

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Now, remember, actions speak louder than words.

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-Thank you, I'll see you later.

-Bye, we'll be thinking of you.

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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 on my way To work today

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# Cycling through all the city views

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# Ringing my bell and singing my song

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# Pedalling my way as I cycle along

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# Getting there is just so fine

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# I so enjoy my cycling time

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# I always go the way I know

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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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-Left!

-OK - left! To the hospital!

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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, policeman!

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Hello, bus!

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Hello, postman!

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Hello, shops!

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Hello, lamppost!

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Hello, stop.

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# She's on her way to work today

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# Looking this way and that-a-way

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

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

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-Down!

-OK, down.

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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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I've arrived, fab!

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So, what's next? Oh, yes, I've got to put my scrubs on.

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All dressed and ready to go.

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Oh.

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Well, I suppose ballet must have something going for it.

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-Ha-ha, don't give up the day job.

-Oh, Nurse Hendry,

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-Are they for me?

-Yep.

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-There seems to have been a lot of accidents in the home today.

-Really?

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Burnt by the iron, oh dear, we've got to do something about this.

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People must realise there are certain things

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they must be careful about touching.

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-Ooh! Sorry, Mickey John.

-Hello, Dr Juno.

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I'm glad I've run into you.

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I'm bringing my class here later

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and I was hoping you'd give them a talk about your work here.

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I'd love to. In fact,

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I could tell them how to avoid accidents in the home.

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Accidents in the home? Can you also tell them

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-about how exciting it is to work in a hospital?

-Sure.

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Brilliant, thanks. I'll see you later.

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I better make some notes if I'm gonna give this talk to the class.

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Right, accidents in the home, accidents in the home.

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Let's see... Ah!

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Oh, I hope you're staying safe, my little waggy friend.

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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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Can you press the button for Granny Murray, darling?

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That's my girl!

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We've pressed the button, we wait for the green man. Sit down, Samson.

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Well done, that's us, come on!

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And we'll look for cars, Joanna. Look for cars.

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Good boy, Samson, well done. Ha-ha!

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He's the best dog in the world, isn't he?

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Come here, you.

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'Woof-woof.'

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Hiya, Ashleigh, you've splashed hot water on your foot?

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Aw, let's have a look.

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You're lucky, it's not too bad.

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-Did you put her foot under cold water, Mum?

-Yes.

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That's the best thing to do.

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Your foot's gonna sting for a bit.

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You'll be fine in a few days, if you keep it clean.

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All right? And stay away from the cooker, OK?

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Good girl.

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This is the start of my day and I've more patients to see.

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I better get down to some 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 right 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 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 here. #

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-Oh, we're very busy today.

-Not too busy, I hope.

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-Oh?

-Is it forsooth that I lay down my sword, dear Genevieve?

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Raymond, what's happened to you?

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I was making toasties in the buffet car

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and I forgot that the hotplate was hot.

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-And I touched it and got a burn.

-You've got to be more careful.

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It was rather silly. I'm a bit worried.

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I'm supposed to be doing a mime show this evening

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and perhaps the bandaged hand might make it a no-no?

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Not for a professional like you?

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-What are you doing for the mime show?

-I'll show you.

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-Not bad.

-Yeah? Even with the bandaged hand?

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Raymond, you've still got it. Woof!

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Woof?!

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Oh, I wonder what Samson's woofing at right now?

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-Would you like some soup?

-BOTH: Yes.

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Me too.

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There we are. Now, it's very, very warm.

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So, we'll need to be very careful.

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-I'm going to blow on mine.

-Good idea, Megan.

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Blow nice and gently and stir it round.

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Blow and stir. Cool it down before you taste it.

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Blow and stir.

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Ah, Samson, you'll get your lunch in a minute, my darling.

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'Woof. Woof.'

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KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Me again.

-Hello, Mickey John. Where are the children?

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We've been looking at the machines in the hospital.

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-I'm looking forward to my talk.

-Me too! What's it about?

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It's about being careful in the home and avoiding accidents.

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Right, "Don't stand on chairs, don't go near the cooker.

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"Don't bounce on the sofa,

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-"don't trip on the rug..."

-It sounds like we should avoid our homes

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according to what you say. Danger in every corner.

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-That's not what I meant.

-You could have fooled me.

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"Don't this" and "don't that." There's not enough "do's".

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My class will be here in a minute. What they do "do" is fidget.

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I hope you can find a way to keep their attention.

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I've been working hard all day trying to help people

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and tell them to be careful

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so they don't have to come to hospital so often.

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Now, I think I've upset Mickey John and his fidgety class.

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What did I do wrong?

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Where did the time go?

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'At eight o'clock I dropped Samson off.

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'The kids were ballet dancing, so they dressed Claude as a ballerina.

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'Granny Murray told me how much she loved ballet, I told her I didn't.

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'At nine o'clock I got to work. Nurse Hendry brought in the patient files

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'and caught me ballet dancing.

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'Mickey John came to say his class were visiting

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'and asked if I could give them a talk about working here.

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'So, I made a few notes.

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'At ten o'clock, I had to examine Ashleigh.

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'She'd splashed hot water on her foot, but luckily she wasn't too bad.

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'At two o'clock I ran into Raymond.

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'He'd burnt his hand and was worried about doing his mime show.

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'Then he showed me his performance.

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'At three o'clock, Mickey John asked what I was planning for my talk.

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'I said it was about being careful in the home and things you mustn't do.

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'He said it was boring.'

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Now, remember, actions speak louder than words.

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Actions speak louder than words.

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Of course! If I want to stop the children fidgeting,

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I've got to make it more like a show...

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with something to look at!

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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 song

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

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

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# We're sure she will finish She will get there in the end

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# Cos she knows what she should do and work it through

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-# I'm going to do it

-She's going to do it

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# I'm gonna beat the clock before the chime

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-# I'm gonna sort it

-She'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 song. #

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Oh, oh dear!

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THEY WHISPER

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Wow! Brilliant!

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-That was a really exciting lesson.

-I'm so glad.

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And no fidgeting!

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I wonder if Samson's fidgeting right now?

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Stay. Sit. Good boy!

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Down. Clever boy!

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And stand.

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Good boy. And sit, and give Granny Murray a paw,

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you special boy.

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Dr Juno. Come and see who's here, Samson.

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Hello, Samson.

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Good boy.

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Samson would like to say thank you, Granny Murray.

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Thanks from me too. I remembered you said,

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-"Actions speak louder than words." It saved the day.

-It never did!

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Come on, now. You'll want to be off.

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

-Me too.

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

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

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# Well, there was...

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# Chasing, painting, laughing, baking

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# Bye-bye, closing waking, dozing

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# Eating, sleeping fetching, sketching

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# Painting, stretching gluing, chewing

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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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Claude was dressed as a ballet dancer,

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because the children and I tried some ballet dancing.

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I told Dr Juno how exciting ballet can be.

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Later, we took Samson for a walk through the streets.

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When he wanted to cross the road, I told him to sit.

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He was a good boy.

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Lunchtime, Samson was on his best behaviour in his basket.

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I made hot soup for the children,

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but we were careful when I served it and the children blew on their soup

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to cool it down.

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Later, I took Samson for a run in the park

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and I ran through his lessons.

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When Dr Juno came to pick up Samson, she was very pleased.

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She'd remembered that actions speak louder than words.

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I hope you enjoyed yourself. Me too!

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Bye-bye, honey pie.

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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. Mickey John asks Dr Juno to give a talk to his class about dangers in the home.


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