Preschool observational documentary series. Today, Finlay and Dad prepare barbecued kippers for breakfast, then play at being cavemen.
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Whose family are we going to meet today?
Finlay is five years old.
He lives in Scotland in the countryside with his mum,
dad and little brother, Ellis.
I wonder what they're up to today.
It's breakfast, and Finlay fancies some kippers.
-Oh, yummy, kippers.
Kippers are a type of smoked fish.
I love fish.
Oh, I think Ellis is coming for a look at the kippers.
Look at the kippers.
Ellis isn't so sure.
They're being cooked outside on the barbecue
and just need a dash of pepper and a splodge of butter.
Once they're wrapped in foil, they're ready to be cooked.
Right? Let's go and put them on the barbecue.
Watch your step.
Are you going to cook them with that on?
The barbecue is hot, so Dad puts the kippers on.
Right, and turn the heat down a wee bit.
Right, and we'll close the lid.
And we'll see them in ten minutes.
Right, you tip this in.
Whilst Finlay waits for the kippers to cook,
Mum and Ellis make porridge.
You hold it. There we go.
We just need to keep stirring it, don't we?
-Mummy, I want to help.
-You want to help?
You can give it a little stir, then. That's it.
Are the kippers ready?
Let's find out, Finlay.
Be careful, it's hot, OK?
Take care when opening the barbecue.
Wow. Can you hear them? Can you hear them?
And I can smell them.
You can smell them. Yummy.
See how the butter has all melted?
-Oh, my gosh.
Kippers cooked, time for breakfast!
-Here comes the kippers.
Porridge first, while the kippers cool.
Ellis can't make up his mind.
Dad, I think we should always have kippers in our house
so we can smell the fish.
Do you like the smell of kippers? They're yummy, aren't they?
Porridge finished, it's finally time to eat the barbecued kippers.
-I'll have some.
-Do you want to try them?
-Mum says they come from the ocean.
-They do come from the ocean.
Do you like kippers? Thumbs up to kippers?
Thumbs up to kippers.
Finlay is making an obstacle course for a big family race.
Course ready, who's first?
Dad, you are going to be the time, and, Mum, you're going first.
Right, I'm going to do my warm-up first. OK. Right.
First, it's down the slide.
Through the tunnel.
-But Mum gets stuck.
-Right, dribble the ball.
Oh, no! Oh!
Kick the ball over the ramp.
Right, score a goal!
And score a goal with a shinty stick!
How quick was Mum, Dad?
One minute 21.
Whose turn is it now?
Ready, steady, go!
Through the tunnel, come on, through the tunnel!
Finlay is off to a quick start.
Carefully over it. Carefully.
Great ball control over the ramp.
Oh! It's gone wide! Try again, Finlay.
Yay! Well done!
One minute 13, so you beat Mum.
Well done. What a celebration!
Can Ellis beat his big brother?
Go on, Ellis!
-Cheer him on, Finlay.
-Come on, Ellis.
-Cheer him on.
Cheer him on.
-Come on, no, this way.
-It's this way!
Ellis, through the tunnel! Go, go, go!
Come on. Through the tunnel.
-All the way through. Fast, fast, fast.
Two minutes 55. Well done.
Pretty quick, Ellis.
-I am the winner!
-Finlay is the champion.
Back inside, the brothers are painting their piggy banks.
-What is it you are going to paint?
Finlay's is definitely a piggy.
Ellis has a dino bank.
I'm going to paint the dinosaur. Wah!
Once painted, they'll be able to keep their pocket money in them.
-Can I mix it?
-You can mix it.
What do you think yellow and blue will make if you mix them up?
Look, I'm making green. Blue and yellow makes green.
Blue and yellow. That's clever, isn't it?
-How much money have you got to put in your piggy bank?
-£100?! Where have you got £100 from?
-In my piggy bank.
What job could you possibly do to make £100, Finlay?
-Being a wrestler.
-Being a wrestler?
What would your wrestler name be?
-The Sun Wrestler.
-The Sun Wrestler?
-What would your name be?
-Oh, yeah, yeah!
-We're talking now, boy.
-Big Brave Brucie.
Finlay decides someone else needs painting.
Ha-ha-ha. You're going to be a colourful wrestler, Dad.
-I'm going to put something... What's that?
Uh-oh. This could get messy.
-And Ellis wants to join in.
-What have you done?
-Painted my nose.
You did paint your nose, yes.
Are you finished your pig?
-I'm all finished, Daddy.
-It's very good.
We need to go and wash our hands now, OK?
-You need to walk around the house like this.
Cos you're not allowed to touch anything.
Get those hands washed, Finlay.
Mum won't want handprints all around the house.
There we are.
But don't forget your nose.
And Mum gets the last bit.
Dad's got some fun planned for the family.
Building a cave inside.
That is good. That's good, but, Dad...
Just don't touch the pole.
-It's all very dark.
-Is it very dark?
-So it'll keep us nice and dry in here.
-I'm like a caveman.
-You're a caveman.
I'm the cave brother. And you're the cave lady,
and, Ellis, you're the little cave boy.
So is Daddy the cave daddy?
The pretend-cave roof has fallen down.
-Who touched the post?
Put them back up.
-It was Mummy.
-It was Mummy?
Have you caught any food for our supper?
I haven't got any money.
No, you need to go and catch the food.
If you're a caveman, there's no shops.
-Who wants to have fish?
-Yeah, fish is OK, yeah.
The cavemen brothers gather their fishing rods
for a pretend fishing trip.
Ellis, so you do this.
And then the rods are going to go flying.
I'm going to go and get out some meat, OK?
Finlay decides they need some meat, too.
And Ellis keeps fishing.
What kind of fish did you catch today?
And I got some crisps.
Are they fish-flavoured crisps, Ellis?
-Let's have our tea, then.
-Yeah, let's have our tea, Dad.
Nice and cosy, eh?
-Yeah, come on.
Finlay has found lots of pretend food.
-Guys, come on, it's time for bed.
-Is that bedtime now?
-You need to sing a song to put us to sleep.
# Twinkle, twinkle, little star
# How I wonder what you are... #
Thanks, Finlay. It's sent all the family to sleep.
I wonder who we are going to meet next time on Our Family.
Today, Finlay and Dad prepare a breakfast of barbecued kippers as a special treat. Finlay thinks they smell amazing, but little brother Ellis isn't so sure.
Later, in the garden, Finlay sets out a tricky obstacle course. He races against Mum and Ellis to see who is the quickest - who will be the champion?
Back inside, Finlay pretends the whole family are cavemen and Dad helps build a pretend cave for them to live in.