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Morning, everyone.

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Leah here with Monday's Newsround.

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First up, Ant and Dec have dedicated their BAFTA win to the Queen.

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The ceremony honouring top TV took place in London last night.

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The duo accepted awards for Saturday Night Takeaway

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and for best live event for the Queen's 90th birthday

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celebration which they presented.

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They couldn't believe Her Majesty hadn't ever won

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an award before.

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She's never won a BAFTA!

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She's the Queen!

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She was given an honorary fellowship a few years ago but she's

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never won a BAFTA so tonight the Queen has finally won a BAFTA.

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OK, let's get a quick round-up of today's top sports stories.

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Spurs celebrated their last game

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at their old White Hart Lane ground

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after 118 years with a 2-1 win against Manchester United.

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An early goal from Victor Wanyama put them ahead then Harry Kane made

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sure of the win and of second place in the table.

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There was a huge pitch invasion from fans at the end of the match.

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Spurs will be playing home games at Wembley next year

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while their new stadium is built.

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But it was bad news for Hull who've been relegated.

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They went a goal down after just two minutes in their match

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against Crystal Palace and went on to lose 4-0.

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The result means Palace stay in the Premier League.

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And Liverpool are back up to third after two goals

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from Philippe Coutinho helped them to thrash West Ham 4-0.

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It means the Reds are just one win away from securing a Champions

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League place next season.

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If you've got a garage at home, what does it get used for?

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Storing junk?

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Keeping the bike warm?

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Martin's been to meet two school pupils who have been

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using their coding skills to create something big in their garage.

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This might look like an ordinary garage but inside Beth

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and Emily have been building something very special.

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Meet Roy the Robot.

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They built Roy from scratch and have just come back from America

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where Roy competed at the Robotics World Championships.

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They were one of the youngest teams there with 500 robots

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from around the world.

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Check out the awesome abilities on this robot!

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They are back in the UK so I'm going to investigate

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what this robot is all about.

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What do you guys have to do to make Roy do his job?

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First we had to design a robot that could pick up hex balls,

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as many as four balls, and then stack them and get up

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the bridge in one minute.

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We've already programmed it to drive.

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We've got a remote.

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It looks a bit like what you use to play video games on the TV with.

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We've changed our robot three times.

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The first one didn't work so we changed it

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to pick up three balls.

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We wanted it to pick up four so we changed it again.

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What was it like in America?

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You competed against 500 different teams.

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My favourite part is competing with the other teams

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and getting to meet them and how their robot works.

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So what's next for Roy?

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We won't use Roy any more.

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We'll make a new robot.

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We found out in America what our new game is and the new game

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is hoops instead of hex balls, so we need to try and get as many

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hoops onto a pole as we can.

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So watch out, robot makers.

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There will be a new robot in town very soon.

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And did you watch Eurovision on Saturday night?

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It was won for the first time ever by Portugal.

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The winner Salvador Sabral got a hero's welcome from thousands

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of fans when he went back to Portugal.

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But the singer was very modest, saying Portugal's real national hero

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was still Cristiano Ronaldo.

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Next up this man is set to go where no wingsuit

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pilot has gone before - 40,000 feet in the air

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to break four world records.

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Ricky's got more.

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This is Fraser.

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He jumps out of planes in this special wingsuit for fun.

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Yes, it's kind of a hobby.

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And this week he's trying to break four wingsuit jumping world records.

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He wants to fly at an altitude of 40,000 feet, that's higher

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than the top of Mount Everest, the earth's highest mountain,

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and he aims to glide at 250 mph wearing just his suit,

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no other equipment.

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That's very fast.

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I jump all over the world but I train mainly in the UK

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and I have a phenomenal team behind me who basically

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pulled this all together.

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He's carrying out the special world record attempt over Canada

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and the US and hopes to raise money for an armed forces charity.

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The suit has got a number of features.

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First of all it is huge, which gives me a massive surface

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area, which gives me the optimum shape and form to be able

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to fly for a long time.

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So what does it feel like in the sky?

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All I can explain to you is that it's one of those sensations

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that's really special.

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Take all the pressure off your body, put yourself into a flat position,

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and imagine you are a bird and you can fly

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wherever you want to.

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I see a point four or five miles away and I can target that

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point and fly to it.

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The suit actually inflates around me.

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The airflow rushes into it.

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It inflates and it is quite large and it allows me to actually glide.

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Instead of falling at 120 mph I am falling at 30 to 40 mph.

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Fraser has been training hard for this challenge and over

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the years he has carried out 1300 wingsuit dives.

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And talking of skydiving, a 101-year-old from Devon has become

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the oldest person ever to do one.

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Verdun Hayes, who fought in World War Two,

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jumped 15,000 feet from a plane along with three

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generations of his family yesterday afternoon.

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He beat the previous record set by a man who was 35 days younger.

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That's all from me.

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Newsround's back at 4.20.

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Today's Fave at Five is Hetty Feather. Yeah!

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And coming up next we have got Roy and he's having

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a whole load of egg fun today.

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