Peanaidh an Peileagan/(The story of..) Pauline the Pelican Rathad An Sutha


Peanaidh an Peileagan/(The story of..) Pauline the Pelican

Gaelic cartoon series about a girl who lives next door to a zoo and is told a story by the animals every night.


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# 64, 64, 64 Zoo Lane 64, 64, 64 Zoo Lane... #

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Hello, I'm Lucy. I live at 64 Zoo Lane

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and I have very special neighbours. Look!

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# There's one with a hump, one who can jump, and one who is plump

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# 64, 64, 64 Zoo Lane

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# Some like it hot, some like it chilly, some like it silly

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# 64, 64, 64 Zoo Lane

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# Some are friendly, some are scary But not one is ordinary

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# 64, 64, 64 Zoo Lane

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# Some are spotty, some are stripy Prickly...woolly...furry...slimy

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# Some are quite big, some are small And Georgina is incredibly tall

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# 64, 64, 64 Zoo Lane # 64, 64, 64 Zoo Lane. #

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Bedtime, Lucy! >

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OK, Mum.

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-Hi, everyone!

-ALL: Hi, Lucy!

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-Do you like my new bracelet?

-Oh...that's very pretty!

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Whose name is that?

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It says...E...M...M...A.

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Emma!

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Was it a present from Emma?

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Uh...no. Not really. I borrowed it from her.

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So you asked Emma if you could wear her bracelet for a while?

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Um...not exactly.

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This reminds me of the story of Pauline the Pelican.

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-Would you like to hear it?

-Well...

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Oh, yes...

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-I think you should.

-All right.

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I do love your stories, Molly.

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Every day, just as the sun was climbing in the sky,

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Pauline the Pelican would go fishing for her breakfast on Waterlily Lake.

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One day, the fish were particularly clever and slippery.

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No matter how hard she tried, Pauline couldn't catch a thing.

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HE CAWS

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Look out below! Yummy fish in view!

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Nee-yer-r-r-r!

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Seamus the Stork wasn't having any trouble finding fish.

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He'd caught lots of fish that day already.

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One for me...and one for me!

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I'll take another one for me! And one for Seamus, of course!

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Seamus had caught so many fish,

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he couldn't carry them all back to his nest!

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Well, I suppose I can leave this one behind and come back for it later!

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Ready for take-off? Let's go! Br-rr-m!

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Vr-room! Vroom!

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Seamus had left behind a very big and tasty fish,

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and Pauline was feeling hungry.

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RUMBLING Oh! That's me tummy rumbling!

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Seamus doesn't need this fish. I'll take it and catch one for him later.

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I'm sure he won't mind! Anyway, he'll never know.

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What a cheek!

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Herbert the Warthog was feeling happy.

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He's just had a dust bath and found a huge watermelon.

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My watermelon! Where's it gone? Where's it gone?

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Ooh! What a nasty shock that was!

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Naughty watermelon! Hiding from Herbert!

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Safe at last! Time for a little trot before lunchtime.

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Why not? Then I'll gobble it down!

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HE CHORTLES

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Pauline thought the watermelon looked delicious.

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Ooh! My watermelon!

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Where's it gone?

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As Pauline flew over the savanna,

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she spotted Reginald the Lion dozing in the long grass.

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HE SNUFFLES

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Snooze...mmm...

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My lovely, tasty bone!

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Mmm!

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HE SNORES

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Reginald is fast asleep. I'm sure he won't mind if I eat that bone now

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and bring him another one later.

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Lovely bone! Just for Reggie!

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Mmm... Huh?

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I don't believe it!

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Pauline's beak was so full of food,

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she couldn't fly.

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She had to walk the rest of the way back home.

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< Hello?

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< Anyone at home?

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Good evening, Pauline.

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MUFFLED SPEECH

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-We're not disturbing your tea, or anything(?)

-Mm-mm!

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Actually, we've come to warn you! Mm? >

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-It seems...

-Someone wolfed my watermelon!

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I'd buried it in the safest place in the whole savanna!

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Now it's gone! It's not fair!

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MUFFLED SPEECH

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-Someone has been taking food without asking.

-I

-lost a bone!

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-I lost a fish!

-I lost the juiciest watermelon in the whole world!

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So be on your guard, Pauline Pelican. Don't leave any food lying around.

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-Or you might be next!

-Even hiding it in holes doesn't help!

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Well, we'll leave you to get on with whatever you were doing.

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Just thought we'd warn you.

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Bye!

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Mmm...mmm!

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Pauline felt very guilty, and wished she'd never taken the food.

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Even though she was so hungry that her tummy was rumbling,

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she decided to give the food back to her friends.

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SNORING

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This'll be hard. If Reginald catches me with his bone, I'm in trouble.

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Oh, well, here goes...

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It was very dark when Pauline finally got home.

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She hadn't eaten anything all day,

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but she was happy that all the food was back where it belonged

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and she fell into a deep sleep.

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BIRDS TWEET

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RATTLING Eh?

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-Wakey, wakey, Pauline!

-What's happening?

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-Is it someone's birthday?

-No!

-And it's not Christmas?

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- No! - So...?

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We decided we had so much food, we'd share it and have a party!

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The cake is for you, our favourite pelican.

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I don't know what to say!

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How about..."Let's eat"?

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Yeah, let's go down to the lake and eat our cake.

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Fishes and cream! Oh...! Yippee! Yeah!

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-Pauline was very happy.

-And Seamus, Reggie and Herbert were happy too.

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And they all had lots to eat!

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-I think I'll give Emma her bracelet back tomorrow.

-Good idea!

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-I'll make her a cake, like they did for Pauline!

-With fishes and cream?!

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YUK! I don't think so! I want her to stay my friend!

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It's much too late for baking cakes now. Time for bed, I think.

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Thanks for the story. Good night!

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ALL: Good night, Lucy!

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Subtitles by Annelie Beaton BBC Scotland 2001

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