Bags Away Me Too!


Bags Away

Drama series for four- to six-year-olds about parents and children. It's a gusty day, and Rudi's bags end up getting blown from the stall by accident.


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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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Seven 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. Come 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 Hope and we've got Rachel.

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Don't just sit there, pickles. Let's do something new.

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That sounds like a hole.

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Look. Here we are.

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Fly your kites.

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Oh, that's beautiful girls!

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

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But someone's missing from home today.

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Oh, not any more!

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Who's coming home to Granny Murray?

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Oh, it's Jack, with Rudi. Hello there.

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-Rudi, hi.

-Hello Granny Murray.

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And Jack.

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Well done.

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-Here he is.

-Oh, my boy.

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That noisy wind woke me up this morning, Granny Murray.

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Anyone would think it was windy inside as well as outside today!

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Now Jack's here, we'll do something new.

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Why don't we dress up Claude ready for a windy day?

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Now we can blow ourselves over here!

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-Woo hoo!

-Woo hoo!

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Oh dear. We've been making kites this morning, Rudi.

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Hey, this will have no trouble catching the wind.

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Well, I hope so.

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We're going for a windy walk later to try it out for real.

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Hang on a minute. There's something missing.

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-A kite won't sail without a tail.

-How could I have forgotten that?

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Never mind. I'll do one now.

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It'll be a windy day in the market today, Rudi.

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Yeah, but thankfully me spuds and cabbages won't blow away.

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-How's the tail for that kite coming along?

-Yes. All done.

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Oh, it seems to have stuck.

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I'm in a right mess now, Rudi. I'm in a terrible tangle.

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I can't seem to get it away.

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I think I'm going to have to tear my way out of this one.

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What a shame. All that hard work wasted.

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Oh, well. Never mind.

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Sometimes it's better to go back to the beginning and start again.

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Right, I must fly. Like your kite!

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Look at Claude! You should see him, Rudi.

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He's got a lovely wooly hat and a big warm scarf.

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Very cosy, Claude. What's this Jack?

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-It's a kite for you.

-For me? Wow!

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-It's a butterfly.

-That'll brighten up your market stall.

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What a flutterly brilliant idea!

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-Right. I will see you later, Jack.

-See you later.

-Off I go.

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Or should I say, off I blow!

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Give us a cuddle.

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I'm going flying!

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Remember, sometimes it's better to go back to the beginning

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and start again.

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Thanks. I'll see you later.

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-I'll be thinking of you darling.

-Me too.

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Now, 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'm on my way to work today

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# I'm walking me shoes through the city views

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# I'm stepping along and I'm swinging me arms

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# And I'm singing my way through the city's charms

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# Getting there It's just so fine

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# I so enjoy my walking time

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# I always go the way I know

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# But can you tell me the way I go?

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# OK, which way?

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# And do I go left now or do I go right?

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

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# Right

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# OK, that way, to the market?

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# I'm on my way to work today

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# I'm going this way and that way

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# Hello cobbles Hello train

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# Hello roadworks Hello tram

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# Hello sweeper Hello van

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# He's on his way to work today

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# Looking this way and that way

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

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

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-# Up

-# What, this way?

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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 got to get changed.

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Oh, it's so windy. Jack's kite! Oh, what a noise.

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It sounds like the wind in a ship's sail.

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I hope my awning doesn't blow away.

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Right. Got the clips.

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Aaaah! No, too late! Help!

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Help, did you say? I'm here, Rudi. Tell me what to do.

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Raymond, grab the middle of the awning and pull.

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Blow, blow there winter wind.

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Oh, thanks Raymond.

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I don't know what I'd have done without you.

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-That was definitely a two man job.

-No probs.

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I must dash. I can't be late for my morning shift on the train.

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Aye. It doesn't pay to keep customers waiting.

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I hope Jack's kite survives the wind.

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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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-There we are darling. 'Bye 'bye.

-'Bye.

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I wish I was a fly on the wall to see Jack at nursery.

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I'm dreaming of you, Daddy.

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-Morning, Rudi.

-Oh hi, Bobby.

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-Oh, hey, got it!

-What?

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-One of your paper bags. It was flying up in the wind.

-Oh no!

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There goes another!

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Quick, Rudi, find something heavy to weigh them down.

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Erm...

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Try one of them turnips over there.

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Hey, that's a turnip for the books, isn't it!

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Thanks for rescuing my paper bags, Bobby.

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That's OK. I quite enjoyed the exercise.

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-'Bye.

-'Bye Bobs.

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Right, time to get down to some serious work.

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# Doo-be-doo-bee-doo

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# I make it look easy

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# What I doo-be-doo-be-doo

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

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# All the veggies for a stew

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# But it's more than meets the eye What I do for you

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# As I buy and buy

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# While you still sleep 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 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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# 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

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# Diddly-doo-ba-da-ba-doo Ba-da-ba-doo-ba-da-ba-doo. #

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-Hello, Rudi.

-Hey, what's on the menu for you today Dr J?

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I'm making turnip soup. It's my specialty.

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It's great for keeping you warm on a blustery day.

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-Can I have a couple of onions, please?

-Right.

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A few leeks.

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And four potatoes, please.

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That'll be one potato, two potatoes, three potato, four.

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And of course, a nice big turnip.

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Not a problem. I've got one right here.

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Phew, that was close. Those bags nearly went flying again.

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I'd best give you this one instead. There you go, my last one.

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-Great.

-You'd better get cooking then Doc.

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First, I'm gonna take Sampson for a runaround before lunch.

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That'll give you an appetite for your turnip soup.

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You might run into Granny Murray and our Jack.

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-I'll keep an eye out for them. Thanks for the veg.

-See you later.

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They'll be easy to spot. Just look out for the kites.

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

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My kite's going!

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It's getting windy darlings.

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We're going to have great fun in the park, aren't we, flying our kites.

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-Hello Dr J.

-Hello.

-We were just saying, it's a windy day.

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Yes, Granny Murray. But it's great to blow away the cobwebs.

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Oh yes, Jack. I love your kite. It's very colourful.

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-I bet your dad would love a go.

-Yeah.

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Are you having fun, Daddy?

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I wonder how that young lad of mine is getting on.

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Hi Rudi. I'm chilled to the bone.

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-What I really want is some warm...

-I know what you want.

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-Some turnip soup.

-How did you know that?

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I guessed. It's just the turnips have been very popular today.

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In fact, I've just sold my last one.

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-No you haven't. There's one right here.

-No, Tina!

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Oh, your paper bags have flown all over the place.

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That's exactly what happened this morning.

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Quick, see if you can catch them for me.

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My bags are blowing all over the place.

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I can't serve any more customers now and it's only two o'clock.

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Where did the time go?

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At seven o'clock, I went to Granny Murray's to drop off Jack.

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It was windy so the children were making kites.

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They dressed Claude up warmly for the windy day.

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Granny Murray made a kite too, but she got in a terrible tangle.

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At eight o'clock, I arrived at work and set up my stall for the day.

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A gust of wind nearly blew away the awning.

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Raymond helped me get it back in place.

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At ten o'clock, Bobby arrived but the wind blew my paper bags away.

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Luckily, Bobby jumped and caught them all

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and we weighed them down with a turnip.

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At eleven o'clock, Dr Juno came to buy ingredients for her turnip soup.

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I nearly gave her the turnip on my paper bags,

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but then I remembered, and gave her the last one from my stall.

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At two o'clock, Tina arrived. She wanted turnips too.

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I told her I'd sold the last one,

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but she spotted the turnip holding down my paper bags.

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The bags flew into the air and scattered far and wide.

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Tina chased after them but they were flying everywhere.

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Now remember,

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sometimes it's better to go back to the beginning and start again.

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Sometimes it's better to go back to the beginning and start again.

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I'm so sorry, Rudi. All I could catch was this one.

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Is there anything else I can do to help?

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Yeah, maybe you can help me.

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I need to go back to the beginning and start again.

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First, up the bag factory to get some new bags.

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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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# I'm 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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# 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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# As sure as we are friends He will get there in the end

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# Because he knows what he should do and work it through

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-# I'm gonna do it

-# He's gonna do it

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# I'm gonna beat the clock before the chime

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-# I'm gonna sort it

-# He's gonna sort it

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# I'm gonna do the job on time

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

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# I'm gonna finish this job before I finish this song. #

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All sorted, and the wind has died down too.

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Now I seem to remember you wanted some vegetables.

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I was thinking about turnips for turnip soup,

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-but I've gone off that idea.

-I don't blame you.

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Turnips have turned out to be nothing but trouble today.

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I couldn't agree more. So no turnips for me.

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I'm going to make some soup from carrots.

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One bag of carrots coming right up.

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I wonder what Jack's having for his tea tonight?

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Oh, Dr Juno's turnip soup coming up

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to warm us up after a windy day.

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Yes. My special turnip soup will soon warm everybody up.

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And all the vegetables came from your Daddy's stall, Jack.

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Lovely.

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Rudi, come on wee through.

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-Look who's here, Jack.

-Dad!

-Give us a cuddle.

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It sounds like you've had a good time with Granny Murray.

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-We certainly did.

-Say thank you to Granny Murray.

-Thank you.

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Come on. What a great boy.

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And thanks loads from me too, Granny Murray. I remembered what you said.

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Sometimes, it's better to go back to the beginning and start again.

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Well, well. Come on you two. You'll want to be off home.

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

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Me too. Come on, Jack. Let's talk about our time away.

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

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# Well, there was...

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# Playing, running, creeping, jumping

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# Chasing, painting, laughing, baking, eating, sleeping,

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# Fetching, sketching, 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 in warm clothes, all nice and cosy.

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Then, we walked all the way up the hill and flew the kites we'd made.

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Dr Juno was out with Sampson and came to join us.

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At the market stall, Rudi was able to service customers again

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with brand new paper bags.

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Sometimes it's better to go back to the beginning and start again.

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But now we've come to the end. Did you enjoy yourself?

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Me too! 'Bye 'bye Honeypie.

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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 and get on down to the city

-To the city

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-# Where the ferry boat sails are blue

-Sails are blue

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-# Time to call on Granny Murray

-Granny Murray

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

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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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 childminder Granny Murray. It's a gusty day, and Rudi's bags end up getting blown from the stall by accident.


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