Combined Harvesters Mr Bloom's Nursery


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Combined Harvesters

In this special episode of the children's gardening series, Mr Bloom investigates the journey from planting seeds in the spring to harvesting in the autumn.


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# There is a place

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# Not far from here

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# I'm sure you know it

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# It's ever so near

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# Go down the path

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# And you will see

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# A little gate

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# To Mr Bloom's Nursery!

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WHISTLING

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# Duh-duh-dee-dee-dee-dee! #

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I've been travelling for days without food!

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Raymond and Colin finally reach the great jungle of...

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..Guetahoolanoolanoolapingypong!

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Can't make it, bean! Can't make it, bean!

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Oh, I made it! (HE LAUGHS)

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Whoa-ha!

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HE SIGHS AND GRUNTS

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Oh! What do you think of these autumn leaves, Joan?

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They're nice, Margaret, aren't they?

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The first of the leaves to fall off the trees.

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I love that orangey one there!

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-Oh, yes!

-SHE GIGGLES

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Hey, veggies!

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VEGGIES: Hello, Mr Bloom!

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Aw, thanks for playing nicely! I got everything ready for our trip.

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Where are we going, Mr Bloom?

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Raymond, how many times? We're going to the tiddlers' harvest festival!

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Oh!

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I know what a harvest festival is!

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Oh! Go on then, Margaret.

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It's a time to stop and look at all the amazing flowers,

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fruit and vegetables that we've grown this year.

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Yeah! It's a time to say thank you for all the sunshine,

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all the rain and all the hard work that's helped them to grow!

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But Mr Bloom, how do we know that the tiddlers' fruit

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and veg are ready to be picked?

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Well, Joan, it's because they planted their seeds

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at the same time as we planted ours!

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Do you remember?

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It was the same day that we planted those sunflowers.

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CHIMES

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Here we go, Colin.

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My, look, you've grown since last time, eh?

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Tall bean!

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Yeah!

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THEY LAUGH

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Raymond, what are you doing?

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-I'm waiting.

-Waiting? What for?

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My sunflower to grow as tall as the nursery!

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Raymond, it's going to take lots and lots of days for that to grow.

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As I always say, bit by bit, day by day.

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I'll come back again tomorrow.

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-You won't see anything tomorrow, Raymond.

-The next day.

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You won't see anything then.

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-The day after that.

-No.

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You've got to stop this or we'll be here for ever, won't we?

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These are going to take weeks to grow cos it's spring now.

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-They won't be ready till summer.

-Aw!

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-But when's that?

-Look.

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Look at this.

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You know how we've been marking your heights

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-to see how much you've grown?

-Yeah.

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-We can do the same for your sunflower plants!

-Oh!

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By the time I put them in,

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they'll still be seedlings, and I'll put them in the ground

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when it's still spring.

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Over the summer, they're going to grow,

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and they'll probably grow about that much.

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By the time your sunflowers reach all the way up here,

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it'll almost be...

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..autumn!

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And that is how long you have to wait.

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Oh, I see!

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And when they're at the top, it'll be harvest time.

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That's right, Margaret. By the time your sunflowers reach up here,

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lots of things in the allotment will be ready to pick. Yeah.

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I need to dash now, because I know some tiddlers who need

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a hand with all the things they want to plant.

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So I'll see you later on. Bye-bye!

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VEGGIES: Bye, Mr Bloom!

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LAMBS BLEAT

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SUDS BUBBLE

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'I've come to a very small school in the countryside.

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'They've got fruit trees, a little kitchen garden,

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'and they've even got a school chicken called Hilda. Hmm?'

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TEACHER: Line up nicely!

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-Hey!

-CHILDREN CHEER

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Hello, everybody! It's nice to see you today.

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Hey! That's nice.

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A nice double cuddle!

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I'll tell you what, tiddlers.

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Are you all ready to do some planting?

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Yeah? OK.

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You five, you're with me, OK? So let's go!

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Wow, this is a lovely little plot you've got here, tiddlers.

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It's a proper kitchen garden.

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Do you eat everything that you grow in this garden?

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-Almost.

-Almost?

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That's brilliant! Look at this bed here.

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You got a few weeds and stones in here.

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-That's no good for planting, is it?

-No.

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Why don't you three tiddlers get digging in here,

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pull up them weeds, take out them stones,

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and you two tiddlers, we'll go over here and do some planting.

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Right. These seedlings,

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they look good enough to go in the ground.

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-Shall we get planting?

-Yes.

-Let's start digging!

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That's it.

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-Can anybody see any worms?

-No, but I saw a stone.

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Can you pass one of those over to Amber, please?

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There we are. That one's for you, Hugh.

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Give it a tickle.

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Now, we put our hands over the top and turn them upside down.

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Tap it with your hand.

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OK. We've got them here.

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Let's plant them in a line. Why is there a chicken at your school?

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Because he just turned up one day.

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-Did she?

-Yep!

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-Does she like your school?

-Yeah, she goes in our school photos.

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She goes in your school photos? Has she got a good smile?

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Yeah.

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HE LAUGHS

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You carry on firming these in.

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-I'll go and see how the other group are doing, OK?

-OK.

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Hey! well done, tiddlers!

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This soil looks like it's ready to go!

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-Shall we plant some seeds?

-Yes.

-Yeah.

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All right. Let's see. I've got some seeds. Here they are.

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They're radish seeds, so you can have your very own Wee MacGregors.

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I'll pour them into me hand.

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HE GASPS

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Let's get these planted, eh?

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I'm going to get my wiggly worm finger.

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Ooooh! And it's coming down!

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And it's going to draw a line across here like this.

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And then we're going to plant these seeds in that row.

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You sprinkle them...like so.

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Sprinkle them in. That's it.

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Sprinkle, sprinkle!

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All the seeds in a row,

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so now we need to tuck them in so they're cosy.

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That's it. Go on, Molly.

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Nicely done! Good job, tiddlers.

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Come over here and let me tell you where seeds come from.

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Now, look at this...

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On this strawberry, the seeds are all on the outside,

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but a tomato is different, cos look.

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Where are the seeds?

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-Inside.

-On the inside!

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And look. With these peas, the peas actually ARE the seeds!

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'So now the seeds are planted in the school garden,

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'we've come to a greenhouse to see how seeds have grown into plants.'

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Come on!

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'This giant greenhouse helps protect the plants

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'from the wind and the cold.

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'It's warm, and the plants get lots of light,

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'and don't get too chilly at night time.'

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'I like the purple colour on the lettuce leaves.'

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'I'm drawing a flower.'

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'I'm drawing the sunshine that will help the plants grow.'

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'I love yellow so I've drawn a mustard plant.'

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Well done, tiddlers! Look at these!

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They're looking fantastic!

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I'm going to take these pictures and show them to the veggies.

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Maybe I could bring the veggies back

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when your plants are ready to be picked!

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In fact, there's a special time of year.

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-Do you know what that time's called?

-Harvest time!

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Harvest time. That's right. You know what?

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If they've grown well, we can have a harvest party to celebrate!

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Right, I'll see you tiddlers later on. Bye-bye!

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Bye!

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Bye!

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SUDS BUBBLE

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'That was spring. That was months ago. Now, it's autumn time.'

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The tiddlers' plants have been growing

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just like ours have been.

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So, if it's the beginning of autumn for us,

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then it'll be the same for them as well!

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It'll be harvest time!

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VEGGIES CHEER

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So, do all fruit and vegetables come from gardens like ours, Mr Bloom?

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Oh, no. We couldn't grow enough for everyone, could we?

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-I'll show you what happens, OK?

-Oh!

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There are farms like this one all over the country. They're very big.

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They've got fields with enough room to grow enough food for everyone.

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Where I went with the tiddlers is a kind of farm,

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and they grow more plants than you and I could ever grow in a garden.

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Some fields are so big that farmers have to use special machines,

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like tractors, just like this one!

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They use them to get the soil ready.

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It would take a long time to do that with a spade, wouldn't it?

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Once the seeds are planted, the farmers wait for them to grow.

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Day after day, the seeds need sunshine and rain,

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just like everything here in our nursery.

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Whoa! Look at the marrow and the beans growing!

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Ooh! Bean!

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When it's harvest time for us, it's harvest time for the farmers, too!

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When everything is grown,

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the farmers use tractors and combine harvesters

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to move around the field, collecting everything that's grown.

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You see, veggies, it's a big, long job growing things,

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but, as I always say, bit by bit, day by day.

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Hey! We got a song like that, haven't we?

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VEGGIES: Yes!

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-Shall we sing it?

-Yes!

-Come on, then.

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# When winter is over

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# And spring comes round again

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# The time has come to plant all of our seeds

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# With help from the summer

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# The sunshine and the rain

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# We make sure they get everything they need

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-# And bit by bit

-Bit by bit!

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-# Day by day

-Day by day!

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# Seeds grow in their special way

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# I wonder what this seed will be

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# We'll have to wait so patiently

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# But soon we'll know...

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# How things grow

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# When autumn arrives

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# And nature's done its job

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# There's still lots of work for us to do

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# The farmer in his field

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# Harvests all his crops

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# And you can pick your vegetables too

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-# Cos bit by bit

-Bit by bit!

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-# Day by day

-Day by day!

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# Seeds grow in their special way

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# Lettuce, cabbage, barley and wheat

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# Apples and strawberries Oh, so sweet

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# Pears, tomatoes, blackberries Cucumbers and popping peas

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# Now we know...

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# How things grow, yes

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# Now we know...

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# How things grow! #

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Good singing, veggies!

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We can't hang around here, cos if we keep singing

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about harvest we're going to miss the festival.

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Let's get a wriggle on. Get in the Compo Car! Come on, Raymond!

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SUDS BUBBLE

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VEGGIES GIGGLE

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-Raymond, it gives me great pleasure to say...

-Are we nearly there yet?

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We're here! Right. You veggies, you stay here,

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and I'll find out what we can be helping with. OK?

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Hey, tiddlers!

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I'm back! Come over here!

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It's nice to see you. Have you been busy growing things?

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Yes.

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-Can you tell me what you've grown?

-Aubergines.

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Look at the size of that aubergine! Sebastian would love that.

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Gabriel, what else grew?

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We've been growing leeks and radishes.

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Yeah! Look at them!

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-And Molly, what else has been growing?

-Some beans.

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Beans? That is very good growing.

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So, tiddlers, is there something we have to do

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before the harvest festival?

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-Yes!

-What is it?

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We need to pick fruit and vegetables.

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We need to pick everything!

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Do you remember where you drew those pictures on that farm?

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I think they might need some help gathering their food as well.

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I've got some very excited veggies in the car

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who want to give us a hand.

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Could you give them a wave?

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-Hello!

-Hello!

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I'll go get those veggies.

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You go get your classmates and we'll get started. Let's go!

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Whoo-hoo-hoo!

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COLIN LAUGHS

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Ah! Picking bean!

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-Oh, hello, Sonny!

-Hello, Joan.

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-Are you going to take the beans to the harvest festival?

-Yeah.

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-Hello, Charlotte.

-Hello, Margaret.

-Oh, that's a lovely one.

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There's loads here.

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Hey, Molly. Look at all these beans! My goodness me! That's brilliant!

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Come on. We'll go and take them to the others.

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-Oh, hello, tiddlers.

-Hi.

-Hi.

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You're doing good packing, aren't you?

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-Hello, Amber.

-Hello, Raymond.

-Ooh, look at that.

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Oh, well done! Hee-hee! Do you want to go and put it in the harvest box?

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Yeah.

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Ha ha ha!

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Good packing, bean!

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I think our box is ready to go. Come on.

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'So much fruit and so many vegetables

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'have grown that there's enough to give some away.

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'So we're taking some boxes to people's houses as a present.'

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-We've got a harvest delivery for you.

-Lovely. Thank you very much.

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Yeah, come on!

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-Oof! That was a fantastic job, veggies. Very good helping.

-Ho ho!

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You were right, Mr Bloom.

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Everything in the big greenhouse and what the tiddlers had grown

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was ready to pick like everything we'd grown.

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-That's because it's harvest time, Raymond.

-Spot-on, you two.

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Now, I want you veggies on your best behaviour because later on,

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-we're going with the tiddlers to the village church.

-Ooh!

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And after that, we're going to carry on the celebrations with a party.

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-Ooh! A party?

-Oh, I love parties!

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CHURCH BELLS RING

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'Lots of people from the village

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'have turned out for this special harvest festival.

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'They're making a pretty display of all the things that they've grown.'

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All right? Shall I lend a hand?

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Good afternoon, everybody. Welcome to our special Harvest Thanksgiving.

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Today's a time for us to stop and be thankful for all the sunshine,

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all the rain and all the hard work that has helped everything to grow,

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bit by bit and day by day.

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-That's what you say, Mr Bloom.

-I know.

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# All things bright and beautiful

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# All creatures great and small

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# All things wise and wonderful

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# The Lord God made them all. #

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Dear God, we thank you for the fruit and vegetables that ripen,

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ready for us to harvest.

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We thank you for the warm sun and the rain

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and the hard working farmers that help our crops grow. Amen.

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I think we deserve to give ourselves a big round of applause.

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APPLAUSE

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I'd now love to invite you all to come outside.

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We're going to have some music, a cake competition

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and a best looking vegetable competition.

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Best looking vegetable competition?

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Oh! I've got a brilliant idea!

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Ooh, did someone say cake? I'm on it like a snail on a strawberry plant.

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Except quicker, because snails are really slow.

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Yeah, ho ho! Ha ha!

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BRASS BAND PLAYS

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'Harvest time is so much fun.

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'Everyone can come together and celebrate all the fantastic things

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'they've grown over the summer.'

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Ha ha! Music bean!

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Trombone bean!

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Oh, loud bean! Ha ha!

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-Hey, tiddlers! Wow! Is this the cake competition?

-Yeah.

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-Oh, they look fantastic! Which ones have you tried?

-I've tried this one.

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-That one with jam in.

-With jam. Yours has got cherries on, hasn't it?

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-Oh, my tummy!

-Oh, my!

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-Oh, I can't move!

-Raymond, what have you done?

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I'm trying to win the cake competition,

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but there's no way I can eat all of these cakes.

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Mind you, this one was delicious!

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You're not supposed to eat ALL the cakes.

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You're supposed to have a little taste of each one.

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-Oh! Nobody told me that.

-Come here, you silly squash.

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-Let's have a cuddle.

-Ha ha ha!

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Get set, go!

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Ladies, gentlemen and tiddlers,

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I hope you're having a lovely time at this harvest festival.

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I know I am.

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But the time has come for the best looking vegetable competition.

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ALL: Ooh!

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And I'm pleased to say that I've been asked to pick the winner.

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I've got this rather special rosette.

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I'm going to be giving this to the vegetable I think looks the best.

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-Ha ha!

-Here are your finalists.

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Number one, we've got a very good looking marrow.

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Then number two, we have Margaret the cabbage... Eh? Margaret?

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-Oh, hello, Mr Bloom.

-Hello. Erm... Number three, we have Joan.

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-Joan, how did you get into the competition?

-I just asked nicely.

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Besides, I am very good looking.

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I know you are, Joan. But you veggies can't be in the competition.

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-We're the guests here.

-I know. That's OK.

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OK, I think it's very clear to me that we have a winner.

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Number four, this lovely looking aubergine.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Thank you, Mr Bloom. You're not so bad yourself.

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-Sebastian, how did you get here?

-It was Joan's idea.

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-She always wanted a rosette for her collection.

-You cheeky veggies!

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Here you go, then.

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CHEERING

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And I suggest that we end this harvest festival

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with a bit of a song and dance.

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ALL: Yay!

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-I think that's a cracking idea, Sebastian.

-Hit it!

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# Harvest is a special time when we can celebrate

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# All the fruit and vegetables that we have grown, they're really great

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# So we say thank you for the rain and for the sun

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# So I think we all deserve to sing and dance and have some fun

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# La la la, la-la, la-la

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# La la-la, la-la-la

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# La la la, la-la, la-la

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# La la la, la la la

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# La la la, la-la, la-la

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# La la la, la la la

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# La la la, la-la, la-la

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-# La la la, la la la

-One more time!

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# La la la, la-la, la-la

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# La la la, la la la

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# La la la, la-la, la-la

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# La la la, la la la

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# We've had a busy day How the time flies!

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# So now you veggies must be bedded down for the night... #

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Have you had a nice day, Colin?

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Oh, yes, bean. Oh, sleepy bean!

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-Night-night.

-Night-night, Gabriel. Oh.

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# Night-night, veggies

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# Sleep tight, veggies

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# And listen to my gentle tune

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# Night-night, veggies

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# Sleep tight, veggies

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# We'll see you again soon. #

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SUDS BUBBLE

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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In this special episode of the children's gardening series, Mr Bloom meets Tiddlers in a Yorkshire village and learns about the journey from planting seeds in the spring to harvesting in the autumn. The Veggies are on hand to help pick the crops and prepare for a harvest festival, but who will win the Best Looking Vegetable Competition?