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# Over mountains and oceans, sunshine and snow
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# Where? Where? Where shall we go today?
# Where shall we go, and who shall we see? #
Let's visit Anushka in India.
Oh, it's early in the morning here, and Anushka is still fast asleep.
Dad's asleep, too.
But Mum's awake.
-Anushka come on, wake up, wake up.
Perhaps some milk will help to wake Anushka.
But are you going back to sleep, Anushka?
-It's time to get up for school.
You still look sleepy.
Maybe a wash will help you wake up.
Hold on a minute.
Haven't you forgotten something?
That's right. Your teeth.
Give them a really good brush.
-Close your mouth!
Anushka, are you falling asleep again?
Inside, Dad's folding away the beds so Anushka can get ready for school.
-Your hair's a bit messy today.
Right, final touches.
Mum puts a mark on Anushka's head called a bindi.
-What colour would you like?
Can I have a white one?
White, it is then.
I really like white.
Lots of children wear these religious marks.
There's just time for some rice for breakfast.
-Is it nice? I'll keep feeding you
so you can pack your bag.
Come on, hurry up, it's almost eight o'clock.
The taxi will be here soon.
There's plenty of time.
Not really, Anushka.
You'd better choose a hairclip quickly.
Choose which one you want.
The pineapple is perfect.
Very smart, Anushka.
Hurry up, the taxi is coming.
Shall I bring your bag for you?
No, I carry it every day.
Use both straps or it will fall off.
Leave it. Mum, leave it!
Just in time. Here is your lift to school.
Off you go.
It looks like everyone's awake now, Anushka.
Enjoy your day at school.
Where shall we go?
And who shall we see?
It's Hamza, in Jordan.
There's no school today, so Hamza is helping out
at his dad's barber shop.
-OK, next. Can you clean the counters and the mirrors?
-What's this white spot?
And it's not just the inside that needs cleaning.
-Pour some here. Over here.
Great work, Hamza.
Now you just need to wait for some customers.
Hold on, who is this?
It's your first customer.
And he wants a shave.
-Pass me the shaving gel.
No, it's up there.
Yes, that's it.
Pass it to me, will you?
Hamza is watching what Dad's doing very closely.
Don't forget the moustache.
And it's given him an idea.
When you're done, can I shave your beard, Dad?
Dad's already taught Hamza how to use the hair clippers
and now he's got the chance to try shaving Dad's beard.
Are you ready?
How about the moustache?
Just a trim.
Not like that. Like this.
Let me do it.
You've got hair around your eyes.
You're getting old!
I wonder what Dad will think of his new moustache?
What have you done?!
Call this trimming a moustache?
Why is this sideburn longer?
And what's this?
You've got to let me finish now.
-Oh, what choice do I have?
-It's going to look nice when it's done.
You wait and see.
Mum will like it.
I think you're going to need a bit more practise, Hamza.
Time for Dad to show you how it's done.
Poor old Dad.
Wants his moustache back.
Wait until Mum sees you.
She probably won't recognise me without the moustache.
Dad's giving you a great new haircut, Hamza.
Cool hair style, Hamza.
I wonder what Mum'll think?
Where shall we go? And who shall we see?
What's Liza up to in Russia?
Liza and her twin brother, Stupor,
are helping out in Grandma's greenhouse
where she grows peppers, tomatoes, and knobbly cucumbers.
So Liza, which would you like to pick?
-Can I pick this one?
But which ones are ripe and ready to pick?
Stupor has got one too.
And one more over there.
-Have you picked all the cucumbers?
Look carefully to make sure we haven't missed any ripe ones.
Hold on, where are you off to, Stupor?
There are still more cucumbers to pick.
Oh, I think it's a bit too hot for Stupor.
A basket of cucumbers.
What will they do with them all?
After a quick wash, the cucumbers are ready to be pickled.
That will keep them firm and tasty for a long time.
We're going to put some garlic in and a lot of this dill weed.
Now take these cucumbers and put them in the barrel.
Make sure you stack them neatly.
We need to cover them up.
With a blanket?
Yes, with a blanket made of horseradish leaves.
So they don't get cold?
Next, we need to add some salt to the water.
Why do we add salt?
To keep the cucumbers crisp.
I'll let you taste it.
Urgh, it's very salty.
Yes, it's very salty.
But the cucumbers will be tasty.
Grandma, when will we be able to eat the cucumbers?
We'll have to wait a long time until they're ready.
there are more pickled cucumbers in the cupboard,
that Grandma made a long time ago and they're ready to eat.
Grandma, can we open one now?
Of course, bring the one that looks the nicest.
Have you found the perfect jar, Liza?
There we go. It's open.
Take a small one.
Tasty, crunchy. Crunchiness is the most important thing.
I can hear you crunching.
I can hear YOU crunching, too.
Crunchy and tasty.
And soon, Liza, the cucumbers you picked will taste just as nice.
All our friends have had a busy day.
Anushka got ready for school just in time.
Hamza gave his dad a brand-new moustache.
And Liza pickled some delicious cucumbers.
I wonder who we'll meet next time?
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.
In India, six-year-old Anushka is getting ready for school - but running late.
In Jordan, Hamza, who's eight, is helping out at his dad's barbershop and giving him a new moustache.
Meanwhile, in Russia, seven-year-old Liza is picking cucumbers in her grandma's greenhouse and learning how to pickle them.
We see that although children live in different countries, may look different and speak different languages, the joys and challenges of childhood are universal.