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Where, where, where in the world?

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Where, where, where shall we go?

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# Go for a trip

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# Away we go

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# Over mountains and oceans sunshine and snow

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# Discover new places

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# Make friends on the way

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# So where in the world shall we visit today?

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# Where, where, where in the world?

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# Where, where, where shall we go today? #

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Where shall we go and who shall we see?

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Let's visit Angel in Peru.

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Angel lives in the countryside and his garden is full of wild birds.

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-TRANSLATION:

-Look, a pigeon.

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His family also keeps other birds here too.

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This house is for their turkeys,

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this house is for their chickens.

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And here are the ducks and it's Angel's job to feed them all.

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-TRANSLATION:

-Hey, Santiago, let's go and feed the chickens.

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We'd better get the key from Grandma.

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When he's on school holidays, Angel looks after the birds every

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day with help from his cousin, Santiago.

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And on a hot day like today,

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the birds are going to need feeding early.

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-TRANSLATION:

-Grandma, can you give us the key?

-To feed the chickens.

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It's the smallest key, OK?

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First of all, Angel collects bird food.

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It's a mixture of leftover fruits, vegetables, fats and seeds.

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And Santiago fills up the water carrier.

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Then it's off to feed the turkeys.

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TURKEYS GOBBLE

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I think they're pleased to see you, Angel.

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Time for a drink.

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TURKEYS GOBBLE

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And they really like those leaves.

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-TRANSLATION:

-I'm going to add a bit more water.

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Don't move the bowl.

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-Just a little bit.

-That's enough.

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The water helps make the dried food easier to eat and soon the

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turkeys are tucking in.

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-TRANSLATION:

-Whoa! That's too much.

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We've got to save some for the ducks.

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Ducks? Oh, yeah, the ducks.

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DUCKS QUACK

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Breakfast is served.

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The turkeys and ducks are happy,

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but one group of birds are still waiting.

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The chickens.

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CHICKENS CLUCK

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But there's one more bird that Angel is taking care of.

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This pigeon has an injured wing, so Angel and Santiago are

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looking after it.

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And today, Grandma and Angel's cousin Juan

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have come to see how the pigeon's doing.

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When the pigeon's wing gets better, Angel will let it fly away.

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How was the pigeon today, Angel?

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-TRANSLATION:

-Let's take the pigeon out and check its wing.

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It's trying to fly again.

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Very gently, Grandma has a closer look.

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-TRANSLATION:

-How is the pigeon, grandma?

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These feathers have grown a little longer.

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What about these? Have they grown?

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These are still too small.

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We'll care for it, yes?

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Let's feed it.

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I'll put the food here for you to eat.

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You're very good at caring for all the birds, Angel.

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I'm sure before long the pigeon will be flying again.

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Where shall we go and who shall we see?

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Let's go and see Tyra in Ghana.

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It's Friday and Tyra is in assembly.

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CHANTING

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Tyra loves Fridays at nursery because everybody gets to

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sing and dance.

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CHANTING

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Now, attention everybody. Attention.

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Now Tyra and all her friends make a promise to love their country.

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-ALL:

-I promise on my honour to be faithful and loyal to Ghana,

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my motherland.

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With all my strength and with all my heart.

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And I pledge myself in all things,

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to uphold and defend the good name of Ghana.

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So help me God.

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CHANTING

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Even going back to the classroom is fun on a Friday.

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CHANTING

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Please sit down, please sit down.

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After all that singing, stamping and dancing, everyone is really hot.

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Time to drink lots of lovely, cool water.

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Everyone is hungry, too.

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Luckily, it's time for lunch.

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Some children use aprons, but Tyra doesn't.

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And look, she's first in the queue.

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Today, there's balls of maize corn with a stew made from

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a vegetable called okra.

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Thank you.

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Well done, Tyra, for being so polite.

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Okra stew is very good for you.

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And it's normal to eat it with your fingers.

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How does it taste, Tyra?

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It's so gloopy.

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I don't think this is one of your favourite meals, is it, Tyra?

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Oh, well, not everything can be fun on Fridays.

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Even though Tyra doesn't like the stew, she's eaten it all up.

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Eating with your hands means you need to wash them before and

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after the meal.

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Oh, eating a big lunch when it's so hot makes you really tired.

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Time for everybody to have a rest.

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Singing, dancing, eating and then sleeping.

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The perfect end to your favourite Friday, Tyra.

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Where shall we go and who shall we see?

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Let's see what Mario is up to in Italy.

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Today, Mario and his family are going to visit a special place...

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..a volcano.

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Mario can see the volcano from his house.

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It's a mountain with a hole in the top that sometimes spits out fire.

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But the volcano is quiet at the moment.

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It's so quiet that it's safe for Mario's family to drive

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up it, close to the top.

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-TRANSLATION:

-The volcano.

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Yes, the volcano. What's the name of our volcano?

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-Etna.

-That's right, Etna.

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Lots of people live at the bottom of the volcano where you can

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grow oranges and lemons, olives and grapes.

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Near the top of the volcano, there's nothing growing.

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Just dry, black rock.

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They'll have to walk the rest of the way.

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And it's very windy.

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-TRANSLATION:

-I'm worried my hat is going to fly off.

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Why didn't you just hold it in your hand?

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We're going to fly away.

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Salvo, hold my hand.

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That's a great way to help your brother, Mario.

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At last, you've made it. And you're very high up.

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Look at the beautiful view down over there.

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Mario's more interested in collecting rocks.

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Some of them are pieces of fire that have now gone cold.

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-TRANSLATION:

-Look at this. It's bright red.

-Let's have a look.

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What on earth is this thing?

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Let me see. It's a stone from the volcano.

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Feel how light it is.

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-Mum, put it in here.

-Let's have a look at that. This is light, too.

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This is the reddest.

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Mum, it's red, it's red and it's old.

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It's old, is it? How do you know it's old?

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Because it's a little bit red and a bit grey.

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Mario, are you thinking of picking up that stone and

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-taking it back home?

-Yes.

-Let's see if you can lift it up.

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No, I can't, it's stuck to the ground.

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-Let's take this one.

-Let's see.

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-There's no way you can take that one.

-Come on, we can do it.

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-Come on, all four of us.

-Lift.

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OK, it won't move. We can't do it.

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What a great day of exploring.

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How does it feel to be on top of a volcano, Mario?

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-TRANSLATION:

-Ah, how beautiful.

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What a busy day it's been for everyone.

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Angel fed lots of birds.

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Tyra sang and danced at school...

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..and Mario climbed to the top of a volcano.

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I wonder who we'll meet next time?

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Stories about the everyday lives of children living in eight different countries around the world.

In this programme we visit three children who are all having a very busy day.

On a hot day in Peru, seven-year-old Angel is feeding his family's chickens, ducks and turkeys, and checking on the recovery of an injured pigeon.

In Ghana, Tyra, who's five, is at nursery school, singing, dancing, and having a delicious lunch.

And in Italy, Mario, who is seven, and lives in Sicily, enjoys a family walk up Europe's tallest volcano, Mount Etna.

We see that, although children live in different countries, may look different and speak different languages, the joys and challenges of childhood are universal.


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