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Hi guys, Ricky here with your

Saturday lunchtime Newsround.

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Coming up...

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England face Ireland in the biggest

match of the Six Nations.

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Plus...

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We meet the stars of

the new Peter Rabbit film!

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Just a couple of hours to go

until the biggest match

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of the Six Nations when Ireland face

England at Twickenham stadium.

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Ireland have already won

the tournament but are hoping

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to complete the Grand Slam -

which means they beat all the other

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countries taking part.

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BBC reporter Olly Foster has been

having a snoop around the stadium.

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A fantastic afternoon

ahead of rugby.

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The final round of

matches, a triple bill.

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And sandwiched in the middle is this

match here at Twickenham.

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Outside the Ireland dressing room.

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They can't miss it, can they?

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The England team will be in here,

the England team dressing

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room is much bigger.

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We can't get in, we've

tried - it's locked.

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And then two sets of players

will be coming down here.

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England, Eddie Jones has

made all the changes.

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Seven personnel changes,

ten changes in all.

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Ireland, just the one change.

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And Ireland have been getting

stronger and stronger,

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and England just seem

to have gone backwards.

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They lost that incredible

match against Scotland.

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They lost against the French.

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And there it is, that's what it's

all about for Ireland.

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They won this last week

after they beat Scotland in Dublin.

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Muted celebrations

because they knew that this

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was what it was all about -

the Grand Slam.

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We've got Italy against

Scotland before that.

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And then it all rounds off,

from 4:30pm on BBC, we've got

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Wales against France.

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So it's going to be a great

afternoon of rugby.

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And just when you thought

the weather was warming up -

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the chill is back.

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Some parts of the country have

had snow this morning.

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And many are expecting

more later today.

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Olivia in Whitstable

sent us this one.

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And like Olivia, if you've

had a dusting today,

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why not head to Newsround online

and send us a picture!

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Next, Beatrix Potter's most-loved

character Peter Rabbit

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is about to hop onto the big screen

for the very first time

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in a brand new film.

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So, we sent 11-year-old

movie fan Amina to

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find out more about the furry film.

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Peter, are you sure

you know what you're doing?

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Never stopped me before!

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Go for it, Amina.

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Why do you think the

Peter Rabbit film is

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special, and why do you think kids

like me should go and see it?

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It's funny and it's interesting.

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It has a wonderful message.

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Also, it's a great new way,

if you've read the books, or

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you haven't read the books, it's

a wonderful way to rediscover and

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reimagine this character.

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Come on, come on, Flopsy,

Mopsy, Cottontail!

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Do you think you share any

similarities with your characters?

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We kind of are our characters.

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Even just sitting

here, we practically

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are our characters.

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I am the eldest of three

siblings, just like Mopsy.

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And I'm very bossy,

and I'm very righteous,

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and I'm always right.

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And I am the youngest of three

siblings, true story,

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and I am a little bit scruffy,

and a little bit...

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Someone said my mind

is like a butterfly,

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it's sort of all over.

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It doesn't follow

in a straight line.

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In London, we find vermin

and we exterminate them.

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What scenes did you have

the most fun working on?

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For me, I think any

of the scenes with

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Rose were great.

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Because there were no rabbits there.

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I was hoping they would train

rabbits to wear jackets

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and beat me up, but

that didn't happen.

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So, the scenes where I was actually

opposite someone that was

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in the room, I found a bit easier.

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So classic!

He was, like...

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As the director, you're

the person in charge.

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Do you have to tell

off any of the actors?

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You think you're in charge,

but you're never really in charge.

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Do I have to tell off

any of the actors?

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No, no.

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It's trying to contain the chaos.

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It's like being a parent.

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Ask your parents, they know.

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James, was it hard

to voice Peter Rabbit?

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The worst bit is, you'll record

all the things, lines and stuff.

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And they'll say, OK,

we now just need reaction noises.

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I would spend, just doing this...

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HE PANTS

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HE GROANS

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Ha!

Yip!

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Ya!

Come on!

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Uh!

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That's him doing a poo, was it?

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LAUGHTER.

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Thomas!

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And that's what separates

us from the French.

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Lastly, if you've ever wanted

to sleep like an astronaut,

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this hotel in Croatia

is the place for you.

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Haley's got this one.

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Croatia's first space capsule hotel

has just won an award for the best

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hostel in Eastern Europe.

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Guests get to feel like they're

on board a spaceship,

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with all the gadgets and gizmos,

and, of course, the

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cramped living space.

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The tiny bedrooms

are called capsules.

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They are only two metres long

and 1.2 metres wide and high.

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That's about the size

of your school desk.

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But they managed to squeeze

in a bed, a monitor,

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a safe and mirror.

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There's no windows or natural light,

but you can see the stars

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and planets painted on your ceiling.

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So you can imagine you're

flying through space,

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when in fact you have not moved,

and cannot move, further

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than a few steps.

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That's all from me for now,

we'll be back at 1:15pm.

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Don't forget to head online

for the rest of the day's stories.

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