Christmas Special: Hoe! Hoe! Hoe! Mr Bloom's Nursery


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Christmas Special: Hoe! Hoe! Hoe!

Special Christmas episode of the children's gardening show. The Veggies are visiting a log cabin for Christmas, but it needs decorating.


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This is so exciting!

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Oh, I love Christmas!

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COLIN LAUGHS

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Christmas holiday bean, ha-ha!

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# Jingle bean, jingle bean # Jingle all the bean! #

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Ha-ha! We're here!

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Phewy! Ha-ha! We made it.

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Ooh, ho-ho, ho! Is it going to snow now, Mr Bloom?

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If you ask me that again, I'm going to go butter-nutty!

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Look, it's not snowing, not right now, but we are here!

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-Yay!

-Oh, hooray!

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There we go, Margaret, and there we go, Margaret's dolly.

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Thank you.

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Ho-ho! Well, would you look at this?

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Our very own log cabin in the forest.

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You know what, veggies?

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I think this little break of ours is going to be brilliant!

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It's not like the nursery.

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Ah, she is right!

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It is not very nursery-y.

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Well, no, but that's because we're not in the nursery.

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I'm not sure I've got everything I'm going to need, Mr Bloom.

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It's very cold.

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Course it is! You know, it's Decembrrrrr!

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You know, Decembrrrrr! Ooh, it's cold.

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Ooh, I don't get it.

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All right, I know you haven't been away from home before,

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but it'll be fine. I've brought everything we need.

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It's just that...

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Well, there are no decorations.

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It doesn't feel Christmassy like the nursery did.

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Yeah, that's it! It doesn't feel Christmassy.

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Yes, that's right.

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Erm, has anyone seen Colin?

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TO TUNE OF DECK THE HALLS:

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# Bean, bean, bean, bean, bean!

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# Bean, bean, bean, bean, bean! #

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Tickly bean! Christmas bean!

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Ha-ha! Look, everyone - Colin's bought the decorations!

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Well done, Colin!

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EVERYBODY CHEERS

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Hey! And, Colin, did you bring your mini Christmas tree?

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Erm, no.

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Oh. Well, have you got any more of that tinsel?

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Ooh!

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No.

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Erm, any Santa hats?

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Aha!

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-No.

-Ohhh!

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Right. You're just wearing all this as a costume, aren't you?

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Yeah! Christmas bean!

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Well, that's no use. We can't make a whole log cabin look Christmassy

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with just a Christmas Bean!

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No, Joan, you're right,

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-but I could nip out and get some, couldn't I?

-Yeah!

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All right, what would you like?

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Er, tinsel bean!

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Tinsel, right you are.

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Snow! Christmas isn't perfect without snow!

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I like those snowflake patterns you make out of white paper.

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Yeah, they look lovely, don't they?

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And a tree! Oh, we've got to have a tree!

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Ooh, a big one with baubles and sweeties...

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Oh, and a star on top!

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Ah, that's right, Raymond!

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But you'll need some help, Mr Bloom. A tree is very heavy.

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And anyway, how are you going to find a Christmas tree out here?

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Ah, well, don't you worry, my little gem,

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because I have got my Compo car route finder!

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-Ooh!

-Ha-ha!

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So all I need to do is type in "Christmas trees"

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and "tiddlers to help"

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and there we go!

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Hey presto! Ha-ha!

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It's marvellous, this.

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So, whilst I'm gone, why don't you veggies unpack everything?

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-Oh, yes!

-All right. Well, see you later, veggies!

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Bye, Mr Bloom!

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Ooh, let's go bounce on the beds!

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Oh, yes! Bouncy, bouncy!

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Oh, yeah! Bouncy bean!

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Ooh, there's no sign of snow.

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It's not the perfect Christmas if there's no snow.

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Ooh! Hey, but the route finder says

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that the tiddlers and the Christmas trees are close by,

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so we have to go...over here.

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Oh! There you are, tiddlers! Ha-ha!

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It's Rosie, Kian and Grace. How are you, today?

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Good, thanks.

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Well, the route finder was spot-on,

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cos there are loads of Christmas trees round here!

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In fact, I think there might be hundreds!

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Now, do you tiddlers like Christmas?

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-ALL: Yeah!

-Yeah? Oh, well, that's good because I've got to find a tree

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and some Christmas decorations the veggies are going to really like!

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-Can you help me?

-ALL: Yeah.

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Oh, well, that's good! Come on, then, let's get going!

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Right, tiddlers, remember we've got to find a tree

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that the veggies are going to really like.

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What do you think of this one, tiddlers?

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It's a bit small!

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It is a bit small, isn't it?

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Hang about - are you taller than this tree?

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-Yeah!

-You are, aren't you?

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And here's a guess for you - how old do you think this tree is?

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-Two.

-Do you think it might be two?

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Well, I'll have you know that this tree is five years old.

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It's the same age as you, Grace,

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so it's still got a lot of growing to do.

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-Do you think we can find a bigger one?

-Yeah!

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Well, come on, let's see what we've got down here.

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Right, tiddlers, what do you think of these trees here, eh?

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-Bigger than me!

-Bigger than you!

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-Hey, do you think they're bigger than me?

-Yeah!

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And how old do you think these trees are?

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-Ten.

-Ten?

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These trees are twice as old as you, Grace,

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cos these trees are about ten years old.

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They're a bit too big for us, though.

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Don't think I'll get these in the Compo car - they're too big.

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So I think we need to find a tree that's somewhere in-between.

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-So can we do it?

-Yes, we can, Mr Bloom!

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All right! Well, come on. Let's go this way.

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I think, down here, I saw one which was just perfect.

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Boo!

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It's just the right one!

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And so is this one!

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Ooh, I'm not sure what the veggies would think about this one.

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Mr Bloom, come and look at this tree! It's amazing!

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-What, this tree here?

-Yeah!

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-Ooh. What do you like about it?

-It's nice and round.

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It's a lovely shape, isn't it,

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and it's not too big, and it's certainly not too small.

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This is Richard here. Well, say hello!

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Hello, Richard, have you had a nice day?

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Ha-ha! Richard looks after all these Christmas trees here.

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Every time we chop a tree down, he plants a new one.

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So, Richard, what do we need to do to chop this tree down?

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Take the saw and cut as low to the ground as possible.

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Right, OK. Look at this saw, tiddlers.

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It's a very dangerous saw - this is a job for a grown-up,

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so you step back, keep back there,

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and there is an important job for you, cos when the tree falls down,

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-what do you need to shout?

-Timber!

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That's right. OK, so I'm going to start sawing.

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-Watch your fingers, Mr Bloom.

-Oh, I will, tiddlers.

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# This is the way we cut the tree Cut the tree, cut the tree

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# This is the way we cut the tree... #

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Oh, it's going!

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Timber!

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Ha-ha! Well, that's a job done!

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So what we need to do now, tiddlers, is get this wrapped up,

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put it in the Compo Car, and take it to the veggies.

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Mind yourselves!

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Beep-beep! Christmas tree coming through!

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Hey, look - our Christmas tree! Thanks, Richard. There we go.

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Now it's all bagged up, it means that when we put it in the car,

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none of the branches will get broken.

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COMPO WHISTLES

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Oh, Compo thinks you've picked a lovely tree!

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There's something else - I've got to get some lovely decorations made,

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-so do you think you could help me make 'em?

-Yeah!

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Let's put this in the car.

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On my way back to see the veggies, I've come to Grace's nanna's house.

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-Would you like some Rosemary?

-Yes, please.

-There you go.

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'Here we're getting stuck in

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'and making some cracking Christmas decorations.'

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I want us to have a good smell of this.

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Mine smells like rose.

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Mine smells like lavender.

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That's right, cos it's got loads of lovely lavender in it!

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'These herbs and flowers smell lovely

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'and we're going to wrap them up into little pouches.

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'Hey, this gold fabric will look really Christmassy!

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'We can make the decorations even prettier with ribbons and bows.'

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-Can I have some?

-Course you can!

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'This dried fruit comes in useful as well.

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'These'll look brilliant on the veggies' Christmas tree!'

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Oh, well done, tiddlers! These look great and they...

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Oh, they smell fantastic, too!

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You know what? I think the veggies are going to love these decorations.

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You must come round to the log cabin and see us some time, all right?

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-Yeah.

-OK.

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So, I'm going to take these decorations here

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cos I've got to go and collect some more on my way home.

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Thanks for helping me out and I'll see you later!

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Bye!

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I'm back! Ho-ho-ho!

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Hey, I've got a tree, and I've got all these decorations!

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Heh-heh!

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Margaret? Raymond?

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Hey, where are they, Sebastian?

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Ah, they are in ze, er...

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RADISHES CHATTER

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..bedroom.

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Oh. Hey, they're probably unpacking.

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-Woo-hoo!

-Ha-ha! Heh-heh!

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THEY LAUGH AND SQUEAL

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Oh, this is great fun! Such snuggly, feathery pillows!

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Bouncing bean!

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RAYMOND LAUGHS

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Oh, here, Colin - catch!

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Ha-ha! Missed bean!

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Oh, I'll try again!

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I've got all the Christmas decorations!

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Veggies, what have you done?!

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Er, we were playing. Well, bouncing really, on the bed, and, er...

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And the pillows are a bit, er, oooh...

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Atchoo!

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..feathery.

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Look at the place - it's a mess.

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You can't treat this like the nursery, OK

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because it belongs to someone else.

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What a mess!

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HE SOBS

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-BOTH:

-Oh, sorry, Mr Bloom.

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Sorry bean.

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HE SOBS

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Raymond sad bean.

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Oh, yes, he is, isn't he, Colin?

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Hey! Look, it's all right, Raymond. Let's have a cuddle.

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But we've been naughty veggies and Father Christmas won't come

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and visit us if we've been naughty veggies

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and we won't get any presents.

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HE SOBS

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Don't worry, Raymond. You said sorry and you know not to do it again.

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-Yeah.

-Yeah. So how about we tidy up

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and then we'll put up some lovely Christmas decorations?

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-What do you say?

-All right, Mr Bloom.

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-Do you want me to blow your nose?

-Yes, please.

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That's it.

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Oh, that was a cracker!

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Ha-ha! Well done, Raymond.

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So how about we turn this log cabin

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into the most Christmassy cabin ever?

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-Yay!

-Oh, hooray!

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First of all, we're going to have to tidy up, but don't you worry,

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cos I've got just the thing.

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Here we go, let's suck those feathers up!

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# It's cold outside Snow is on the way!

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# The countdown to a very special day

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# And there's a job we love to do

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# To get us in the Christmas mood... #

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Come on, veggies!

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# Let's make things all Christmassy

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# With decorations and a Christmas tree

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# Tinsel

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# Baubles

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# Mistletoe

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# You'll get a kiss under that, you know!

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# Let's make things all Christmassy

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# With decorations and a Christmas tree

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# Stockings hanging in a row

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# Looking lovely with a bright red bow!

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# This is our favourite time of year

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# Ooh, is that sleigh bells that I can hear? #

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You know what? I think it might be!

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# Let's make things all Christmassy

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# With decorations and a Christmas tree

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# Sparkly, shiny, glistening light

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# Such a lovely festive sight!

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# Let's make things all Christmassy

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# With decorations and a Christmas tree

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# Good job, veggies I think we're done

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# Feels like Christmas has begun! #

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THEY LAUGH AND GIGGLE

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We're finished!

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Not quite.

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Ooh, careful Colin!

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Star bean!

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-Yay!

-Hooray!

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Ah, well done, veggies.

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And look - our cabin looks like a Christmas grotto now.

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Yeah!

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And look - there's loads of tinsel for you, Colin.

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Yeah! Tinselly-winselly!

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And look - the tiddlers did a grand job

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-helping me with the tree, didn't they?

-Yeah!

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Mr Bloom, why do we put a star on top of the Christmas tree?

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Yeah, why don't we put something on like a wheelbarrow?

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JOAN LAUGHS

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I think a wheelbarrow's a bit heavy for that, Raymond!

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-Oh, yeah!

-I'll tell you why - it's because

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there's a very important star in the Christmas story.

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Do you remember?

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Oh, yeah!

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Yeah. Well, I'll tell you what, veggies -

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why don't we act out the Christmas story, yeah?

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Yeah!

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I can be the narrator and you can be all the characters.

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I'll be Mary and my dolly can be baby Jesus!

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Yeah, yeah! Colin - Captain Asparagus!

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-Er, Captain Asparagus isn't in the Christmas story, Colin.

-Oh.

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Ooh, I'd like to be an angel, Mr Bloom.

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Good idea, Joan.

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But we haven't got any costumes.

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Mr Bloom, I can't be an angel without a proper costume.

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No. Good point, Joan. Hey, but don't you worry. Hold on one minute.

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Now, Compo, we need some cute Christmassy costumes.

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Do you think you could help us out?

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COMPO WHISTLES

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OK!

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Ha-ha!

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COMPO WHISTLES

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Right.

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Hey, Compo, you are the best!

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COMPO WHISTLES

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Look at this!

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Right.

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Do you like my angel wings, Raymond?

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Er, halo!

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Hello, Raymond. I said, "Do you like my angel wings?"

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Halo.

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Yes, hello, Raymond. I said...

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No, no, no. Halo. I like your HALO best.

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Oh, you meant my halo!

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Right. Everyone ready? Ha-ha!

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Then let's tell the story of Christmas.

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A long, long time ago in a little town called Bethlehem,

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an innkeeper was trying to get to sleep in his bed,

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but he was very tired and it had been a long day...

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Bean, bean, bean, bean.

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(Colin! Colin, you're the innkeeper. Pretend to be tired.)

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Oh. Oh, yeah. Oh. Oh, I am sleepy!

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HE YAWNS

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..when suddenly there was a knock at the door.

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COLIN SNORES

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So the innkeeper got out of his bed

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and went downstairs to see who it was.

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And at the door were Mary and Joseph.

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They'd come on a long journey - they needed somewhere to stay.

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Mary was expecting a baby so she needed somewhere to rest.

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I'm going to have a baby.

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Hello there, innkeeper, could we come and stay in your inn, please?

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But there wasn't any room in the inn.

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You have to go into stable bean.

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Ohhh!

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So the innkeeper went back to bed.

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Oh, back to bed bean!

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And, that night, Mary had her baby outside in the stable.

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She called him Jesus.

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She wrapped him up nice and warm and then laid him down in a manger.

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What's a manger, Mr Bloom?

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It's a trough for animals to eat out of,

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but Mary and Joseph didn't have a cot for baby Jesus, did they?

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No.

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Out on the hills that night were some shepherds with their sheep.

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Here, sheepy, sheepy.

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No, not that way!

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No, no, come here! No, no! No, no. Come here. Come back here.

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Steady!

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And...sit!

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Oh, well, I never!

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When, suddenly, from out of nowhere,

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an angel appeared with a very important message.

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Hear ye, you shepherd and your little...radish-y sheep.

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Lo, I bring you good news of great joy.

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A very special baby has been born in a stable.

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Was that all right, Mr Bloom?

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Yeah, very good, Joan.

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So the shepherds hurried down the hill to Bethlehem

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to go and see the baby Jesus.

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Come on.

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Oh, wow, he's amazing!

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But the shepherds weren't the only ones to visit baby Jesus.

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Three kings who had been travelling from the east,

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had been following a star all the way to the stable.

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They knew that this baby was special,

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that this baby was going to be a king.

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Erm, Mr Bloom? We haven't got anyone left to play the parts of the kings.

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I mean, I'm the angel, Colin's the innkeeper,

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Margaret, Sebastian and Raymond have all got their parts, too.

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Oh, I see what you mean.

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Well, we could... Er, I wonder what we can do.

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TIDDLERS KNOCK ON DOOR JOAN GASPS

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Hey, it's the tiddlers! Come in, tiddlers

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Oh, it's great to see you!

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Their timing's fantastic!

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Now, veggies, I would like you to meet Grace, Kian and Rosie.

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Hi, tiddlers!

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Hello, veggies!

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Ha-ha! Now, tiddlers, can you work out what we're doing here?

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-BOTH:

-Nativity play.

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Yeah, that's right, we're acting out the nativity and you know what?

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We were just saying we need three people to play the three kings!

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-I can!

-You can do that, can you?

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-Yeah!

-All right. Well, you come with me and let's get you set.

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So, the three kings travelled from the East,

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following a star, and that took them all the way to Bethlehem.

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The star had stopped over a stable so the three wise men went inside

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and there they found baby Jesus lying in a manger.

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Aw!

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And then the three kings gave baby Jesus their presents.

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Go on, give him your gifts.

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Did you not bring any presents?

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Well, don't worry, it's OK. We'll just, erm...

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All right. What did the three kings bring baby Jesus? Can you remember?

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Oh, um, myrrh!

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-Myrrh, that's right!

-Gold?

-And gold, Kian.

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And frankincense.

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Yeah, that's right, Rosie.

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What were frankincense and myrrh, Mr Bloom?

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They were sort of like precious perfumes that smelled really nice.

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Erm, so...

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I've got it! All right, tiddlers, this is what we could use.

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We could use these things we made earlier on

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because look - these are gold and also...

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HE SNIFFS

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Oh, yeah, they smell really nice!

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Yeah? So here you go.

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There you are, Grace. There we go.

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-Can you pass one of those over to Kian?

-Oh, thank you.

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So the kings came into the stable, they saw baby Jesus

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and they gave him their gifts. They gave him...

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-Gold.

-Frankincense.

-And myrrh.

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And there everybody looked at Mary and Joseph

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and the special baby Jesus who'd been born in a stable.

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VEGGIES CHEER

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Hey, that was fab, everybody! Well done. Ho-ho!

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Oh, look at you! I tell you what - you stay exactly where you are

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cos I'm going to get my camera and take a photo of this.

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Right, it's down here. Is it underneath the vacuum?

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No, careful of the vacuum cleaner, Mr Bloom,

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it's got all the feathers in it...

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THEY TALK OVER EACH OTHER

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-No, no, no!

-Oh, no, Mr Bloom!

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LAUGHTER

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Would you look at that? I've made it snow!

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It's getting up my nose!

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There you go, Margaret.

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It's turned out it is a perfect Christmas, after all!

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Thank you, Mr Bloom.

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It's beautiful!

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Would now be the perfect time to sing and dance, Mr Bloom?

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I think that's a perfect idea, Sebastian!

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# We have had fun today Getting all Christmassy

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# Decorations and a tree

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# We even did a nativity!

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# The snow is falling now

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# Our Christmas has begun

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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. #

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Have you had a nice day, veggies?

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-Yeah!

-Oh! Hey, Joan, I thought you were very good in the nativity.

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I loved being an angel!

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Ho-ho!

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Hey, and are you excited about Christmas?

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Oh, I can't wait! Christmas!

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You know what?

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I think we're going to have a lovely Christmas here in our cabin.

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-Yeah!

-Yeah.

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-Merry Christmas, veggies!

-Merry Christmas, Mr Bloom!

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And merry Christmas, everyone!

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COLIN CHUCKLES

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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Special Christmas episode of the children's gardening show. The Veggies are visiting a log cabin for Christmas, but it needs decorating, so Mr Bloom enlists the help of some Tiddlers at a Christmas tree farm. Everyone takes part in a performance of the Nativity story, but will it be the perfect snowy ending Margaret the cabbage has been hoping for?