Tyra, Mario and Anushka: Anushka Goes Shopping for Eggs Where in the World?


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# Where, where, Where in the world?

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# Where, where, Where shall we go?

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# Time for a trip Away we go

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# Over mountains and oceans Sunshine and snow

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# Discover new places 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 Tyra in Ghana.

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It's Sunday in Ghana - the most important day of the week,

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when everyone goes to church.

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And everyone has to look their very best...

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especially Tyra.

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Even though it's early, it's very hot...

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so Tyra is able to bath outside.

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Tyra doesn't mind having a good, soapy scrub -

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it makes her feel fresh.

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And Tyra's feet will be the cleanest in Ghana!

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Your friends all know it's their turn soon, Tyra.

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SHE SPEAKS OWN LANGUAGE

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-TRANSLATION:

-Hey, Tracey, take the toy off Joby for me.

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He'll walk off with it if you don't.

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On such a hot morning, Tyra likes to feel the fresh, cold water.

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Are you feeling cooler, Tyra?

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All clean!

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Right, no time to waste.

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Let's give those teeth a good brush.

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SHE SPEAKS OWN LANGUAGE

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Some water for a good rinse around.

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On with your best Sunday dress.

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What's next?

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Rubbing wax into Tyra's curly hair helps remove the tangles.

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And now for a good brush with a special wide-toothed comb.

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Good girl!

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Good girl!

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SHE SPEAKS OWN LANGUAGE

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-TRANSLATION:

-Don't brush it so hard, Mum!

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OK, OK. Sorry.

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No-one likes having their hair brushed.

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But Tyra's not complaining.

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It's like having your very own hairdresser, Tyra!

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Get up, get up.

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All done!

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And you look so smart!

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Just a few minutes left for Mum to get ready.

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Ooh! What's that?

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Lipstick.

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-TRANSLATION:

-Put some on my mouth.

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A dab of lipstick for Tyra and a dab of lipstick for Tracey.

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Let's see.

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Just a touch more lipstick.

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Just in time. Tyra, Tracey and Mum are washed,

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dressed and heading off to church.

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The smartest family in Ghana!

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And it's time for us to head off, too.

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# Where shall we go? And who shall we see? #

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What about Anushka...

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in India?

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-Anushka is chatting with her grandad.

-Anu?

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But it looks like Auntie's got a job for them.

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-TRANSLATION:

-Will you go and buy some eggs with Grandad?

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-TRANSLATION:

-Come on, Grandad. Let's go!

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Wait for me.

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THEY SPEAK OWN LANGUAGE

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Come on, Grandad, you're so slow!

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Hold my hand.

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How many eggs do we need to buy?

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20.

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That's ten for you and ten for me.

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Where do eggs come from, Grandad?

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From the shop, of course.

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But where do they really come from?

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We get them from the shop!

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We get them from this shop.

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I think Grandad's playing a game with you, Anushka!

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Have you got any eggs?

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Yes, how many would you like?

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20, please.

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Two...

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four...

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six...

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Are you going to eat all those eggs today, Anushka?

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18...

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..20.

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Right, then, give the lady the money.

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Is this enough?

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Yes, 100. Perfect.

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Let's go home.

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Carefully, take these inside.

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There's another job for you now, Anushka.

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Time to give the eggs a quick wash

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and pop them gently into the pan of water.

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Auntie's watching closely because the water is getting hotter.

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Mind your fingers. The water's hot.

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Gently does it.

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Those shells are very delicate.

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And, while the eggs are cooking,

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Anushka still needs an answer to her question.

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Come on, Grandad, tell me where eggs come from?

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You boil them in water.

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But, really, where do they come from?

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We bought them from the shop.

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Grandad's no help, Anushka.

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Who else might know?

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-Boo!

-ANUSHKA YELPS

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How about your brother, Akalish?

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Where do eggs come from, Akalish?

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They bring them in the lorries.

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Yes, the lorries.

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Everyone's joking with you, Anushka.

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Maybe Auntie knows.

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Auntie, where do eggs come from?

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Eggs are laid by chickens and then are sold in the shop.

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At last, Anushka's got the right answer.

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And your eggs have cooled down and are ready to peel.

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Grandad. Take the shell off and give one to Grandad.

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I can't wait to eat this.

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This is for you, Grandad.

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So, now you know, Anushka -

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eggs come from chickens.

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Then they're sold in a shop.

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What's it like?

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Very tasty indeed.

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Enjoy your eggs, Anushka.

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# Where shall we go? And who shall we see? #

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It's Mario, in Italy.

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Mario's about to start his Thai boxing class.

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He's only been coming to the class for a few weeks,

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but he wants to do as well as he can.

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HE SPEAKS OWN LANGUAGE

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His teacher, Vincenzo, starts off

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every class by getting the students to warm up their muscles.

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-TRANSLATION:

-Skip, like this. One, two, one, two.

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From here, turn to the chest.

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And here, straight punching.

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Lorenzo is first.

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MUSIC PLAYS

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He's fast.

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Your turn, Mario.

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TEACHER SPEAKS

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Come on, closer. Quickly, quickly, forward.

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Quickly, quickly, up, up, up.

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Mario, hands to the face.

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Whoops!

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Keep going!

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You're nearly there.

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Big brother Salvo is really impressed.

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Now it's straight onto practice with the gloves.

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A good hook's done like this.

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You have to punch quickly.

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If you don't, you might get punched yourself.

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Yeah, they won't get me, cos I'll run away.

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You work only on the arms - straight, jab, dodge.

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Don't rush. You'll have to work slowly and calmly.

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Lorenzo's going first.

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TEACHER COUNTS

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Lorenzo's good.

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You were great. You did everything.

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OK, Mario, your turn.

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My brother says I should guard like this.

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Yes, like that, to protect yourself, good.

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Good. Great job.

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You'll be as good as Lorenzo soon.

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And to finish...

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more exercise.

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TEACHER COUNTS

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Stop!

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Bravo, Mario!

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All our friends have had a very busy day.

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Tyra looked like the smartest girl in all of Ghana.

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Anushka cooked some delicious eggs.

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And Mario worked really hard in his kick-boxing class.

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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 meet three children enjoying a very busy day.

In Ghana, Tyra is scrubbed from head to toe by her mum and gets dressed up for church.

In India, six-year-old Anushka goes shopping for eggs with her grandad and discovers where eggs really come from.

And in Italy, seven-year-old Mario is put through a gruelling workout at his weekly kick-boxing class by his teacher Vincenzo.

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


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