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Hi, I'm Martin with your Sunday afternoon update.

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On the way: Who will be the new Doctor Who?

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Dippy has left, so we meet the new skeleton in town.

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And we take a look at these lovely pugs.

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First to Wimbledon, and the men's singles final has just started

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on Centre Court with Roger Federer facing Marin Cilic.

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Federer is hoping for a record-breaking

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eighth Wimbledon title.

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So, what do these kids think of his chances?

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He's not as good as he used to be, but he's still great.

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I'm not sure, but I think it will be a close match.

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I think Federer might win in straight sets.

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Cilic's got a massive serve, Federer's got a massive serve.

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They're both really aggressive and they just are, like,

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top players, so it's just going to be a great

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atmosphere, as well.

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And massive congratulations to Garbine Muguruza,

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who won her first Wimbledon trophy yesterday, beating five-time

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winner Venus Williams.

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The first set was very close, but in the last set,

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Garbine won every single game.

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The 23-year-old from Spain said it was amazing to beat Venus,

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who was her role model when she was younger.

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I had the hardest match today.

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Venus is such an incredible player.

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I grew up watching her play, so is great to play her in the final.

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In the wheelchair tennis, Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett

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defended their men's doubles Wimbledon title with a 2-1

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win over Nicolas Peifer and Stephane Houdet of France.

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The British pair were a set down when rain stopped

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play for two hours.

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They raced into a 5-1 lead when the match restarted.

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It was a tough game, their opponents were actually the favourites,

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but they worked well together to get the win.

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Britain's Jordanne Whiley and partner Yui Kamiji have now won

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a fourth successive Wimbledon women's wheelchair doubles title.

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Whiley and Japan's Kamiji went a set down, but got back to winning

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ways to take the second, and actually didn't lose a game

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in the third and final set, to extend their winning

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run at Wimbledon.

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Next to a nursery school with a difference.

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Here's Jenny to tell us more.

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It's already happening in the United States, Canada and Japan.

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And now, at this care home in South London,

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they're opening a nursery, where the children will spend

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time with the old people who live there every day,

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as part of the curriculum.

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When it officially opens in September, it'll be the first

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of its kind in the UK.

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So from singing to sport, there's something everyone

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can get involved with.

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This local nursery already have weekly visits and have been getting

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to know the residents.

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97-year-old Faye is definitely a fan.

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We sing and we dance and play games.

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It's fabulous.

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As an old person, it's great to see new human beings

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growing and growing.

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It's wonderful.

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It's hoped this new style of nursery will benefit young and old.

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So you never know, the next time your younger brother or sister

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starts nursery in future, they could have some new playmates.

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Showbiz now, and later today, we'll find out who the next

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Doctor Who will be!

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Peter Capaldi has been in the role since 2013 as the 12th Doctor.

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But this time around, people are wondering

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if the new Time Lord might be a woman.

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But the new Doctor's identity has been kept a secret.

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The big announcement will come after the Wimbledon

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men's final on BBC One.

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Next up, she's big, blue and a bit bony.

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The Natural History Museum in London has a new star resident.

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Jenny's been investigating.

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Ah, Dippy.

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You might have spotted him on a school trip.

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The diplodocus has been the rock star of the Natural History Museum

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for nearly 40 years.

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But now it's out with the old, and in with the blue.

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Meet Hope, the balaenoptera musculus, better known

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as a blue whale.

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It's the largest animal on earth.

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Weighing up to 200 tonnes.

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That's almost 30 African elephants.

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And measuring in at a lengthy 30 metres, or two double-decker

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buses, if you'd prefer.

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The lower jaw bone is the largest single bone to be grown by any

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organism on the planet.

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And they can live to well over 100 years.

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That's a WHALEY long time.

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Blue whales were hunted almost to extinction in the 1900s,

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but were also one of the first species that humans decided to save.

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So by introducing Hope, the museum want visitors to think

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more about protecting animals, and not just their history.

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We wanted something large and impressive.

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And Hope fills this for us.

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She will inspire people and she looks gorgeous.

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It's taken the team months to put together Hope's 221 bones.

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They've had to use special technologies, like 3D printers,

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and work with teams of engineers and conservationists.

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But don't worry if you miss Dippy, he's set for his first-ever UK tour

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to visit the fans early next year.

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And finally to pugs, pugs, everywhere.

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The cute dogs all came together for a special event in Salford

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for pugs and their owners.

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Look at those little faces.

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That's all from me.

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Newsround's back with Jenny from 7:40 tomorrow morning.

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Don't forget to check out the website for all the rest

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of the day's stories.

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Bye!

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Go to the CBBC website and write your funniest comment

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about whatever you like. It could be turned into a short animation.

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