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Hi, I'm Martin.

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You're watching Newsround and we've

got loads for you today.

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First up - the Prime

Minister's announced plans

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to try to get rid of more plastic

waste over the next 25 years.

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One thing Theresa May wants

to do is to make some supermarket

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aisles 'plastic-free'

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with no packaging at all.

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Environmental groups say

if the plans aren't made

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law they won't work.

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So why is everyone

talking about plastic?

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Plastic is everywhere. It takes a

long time to get rid of. A simple

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plastic bag can take hundreds of

years to disintegrate and in that

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time it can do a lot of damage,

getting into the oceans and harming

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animals. And there is so much of it.

In the UK alone the amount of single

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use plastic wasted every year would

fill 1000 of its famous Royal Albert

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Halls. The problem is not just here.

The plastic is washing up on beaches

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all over the world. We are trying to

tackle the problem. You can help by

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trying to find ways to reduce the

amount of plastic used by recycling

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and reusing.

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We want to know what you think.

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Should some plastics -

like water bottles

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and drinking straws -

be completely banned?

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Head to newsround online

and give us your views.

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Now if gadgets are your thing then

get ready because BBC technology

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reporter Chris Foxx has sent us

a special report from CES,

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one of the world's biggest tech

conferences, for a quick round up

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of the latest inventions.

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What do you think of these? They are

emoji headphones. While you are

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listening to music you can let

people know what you think about it.

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There is the suitcase which follows

you around automatically so you

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don't have to carry it. I asked the

company if they would make a

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schoolbag version but they have no

plans at the moment. If you like

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gaming you might like this body

virtual reality suit. It helps you

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feel when you get hit in a video

game. That's horrific! It's

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finished! An unusual idea for a

souvenir. A snow globe you can put

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yourself in. The company took a

video of me and locked me in a snow

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globe forever. This kit lets you put

together your brain games console to

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help you learn how they work. It

lets you playing some -- play some

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simple old-fashioned games. But it's

a complicated process to put it all

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together. This show is about

companies are showing off what they

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think will be the next big thing.

Not all of them are good ideas. And

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not all of them will make it to the

shops. So, what do you think of

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these? Happy emoji or thumbs down

emoji?

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Ok prepare for an overdose

of animal cuteness!

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More than 500 baby animals

were born or hatched

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at Singapore zoo last year.

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It's released footage

of some of them.

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And the hippo is a bit of a looker.

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Just look at the energy

in those otters!

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Whereas the orangutan seem a little

more chillaxed hey!.

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Next, 2017 saw so many brilliant TV

shows hit our screens

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but which ones did you lot,

the British viewers love the most?

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Well, here's a clue...

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Hidden beneath the waves,

right beneath my feet,

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there are creatures

beyond our imagination.

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Yes, Blue Planet 2

was the most-watched

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TV show of the year.

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A chart-topping 14 million

people saw episode one

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of the wildlife series,

which included dramatic footage

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of walruses fighting to find a home,

and dazzling scenes

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of surfing dolphins.

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Second place went to

Strictly Come Dancing.

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13 million people watched the final,

which was won by actor Joe McFadden

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and his dance partner Katya.

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Close behind in third place

was ITV's I'm a Celebrity,

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Get Me Out of Here!,

which attracted an audience of 12.7

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million for its launch episode.

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Britain's Got Talent

and the New Year's fireworks made

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it into the top ten,

but 2016's top TV show

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The Great British Bake Off

missed out completely.

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The delicious baking contest did

still bring in millions of viewers

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after moving to Channel 4

and changing its judges

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and presenters.

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Let's hope 2018 is packed full

of even more incredible TV moments!

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That's us for today.

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We are back tomorrow morning at

7:40am.

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See you later.

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