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Hi guys, it's Saturday,

I'm Ricky and this is Newsround,.

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Coming up in the next few minutes...

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Countries all over the world

are celebrating St Patrick's Day.

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PLUS...

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What a N-ICE

place to play piano!

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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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Brrr.

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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 Whistable

send us this one.

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If you've had a dusting today -

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head to Newsround online and send

us a picture!

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Next to Columbia in

South America which has

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the biggest number of bird species

on the planet.

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And one 10-year-old has made

it his mission to find them all.

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There is one!

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And another!

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That's a beautiful one.

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Ten-year-old Juan from Columbia has

a passion for finding birds.

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TRANSLATION:

In three years,

I have seen 491 species of birds.

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491?

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Not bad at all!

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But in the Colombian jungle

there are thought to be

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1920 different species,

so how does he go

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about spotting them?

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He paces through the Colombian

jungle with a pair of binoculars

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and parents in tow.

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And has a special book

to identify what they are.

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TRANSLATION:

Their colours,

some species have pretty colours

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and also by their behaviour.

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How they hunt.

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So he has seen 491 birds.

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Is Juan giving up any time soon?

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No.

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He has set his sights on seeing

all of them in the jungle,

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and then he wants to see

all the birds in the world.

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What a big dream.

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From Dublin to Denmark

and America to Australia,

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lots of people all over the world

are celebrating St Patricks Day.

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Ireland's national day

is celebrated in more countries

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than any other festival.

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New York and Dublin will host

the biggest parades

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which will include live music,

a sea of green hats and lots of fun!

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OK, next up it's the special

orchestra making Norway

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sound really cool!

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Watch this!

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There is something pretty

cool about this music.

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It is being being played

on instruments made out of ice.

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Brr!

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It is part of an ice

music festival in Finse,

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a mountain village in Norway.

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In winter, it can only

be reached by train

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and it is very cold up there.

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But before they can play, they have

to carve their instruments.

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They have made ice drums,

horns and even a didgeridoo!

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This iceophone, good sounding ice.

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This is the most difficult part.

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You cannot just go to your freezer,

you cannot go to the nearest lake.

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It is kind of the sound of nature,

so it doesn't sound like anything

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else you have ever heard.

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People are really surprised when

they hear it for the first time.

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In Finse, the temperature can drop

below minus 20 degrees

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but the colder it is,

the better it is for playing ice.

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It makes them sound much clearer.

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We don't get to practice.

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So the music, it gets

made on the stage in

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front of the audience,

and that is really special.

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And people are like, "What?!

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It's possible?"

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And it is almost not

possible so it is pretty

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cool that we can do it.

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Right, that's it, next

time it snows, I'm going

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to make my own harp.

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Where is the ice?

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And sticking with the theme

of icy music, check this guy out...

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Pianist Gabriel Arnold has performed

a concert on the frozen

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surface of the Baltic Sea,

between Sweden and Finland.

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He even managed to gather

an audience with tourists on board

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an icebreaker ship sailing up to him

to enjoy the music.

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That's it from us, we'll be back

at 10.30 tomorrow morning.

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