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# Where? Where? Where in the world?
# Where? Where? Where shall we go?
# Time for a trip, away we go!
# Over mountains and oceans, sunshine and snow
# Discover new places, make friends on the way
# So where in the world shall we visit today?
# Where? Where? Where in the world?
# Where? Where? Where shall we go today?
# Where shall we go, and who shall we see? #
Let's visit Mario in Italy.
Every Saturday Mario, his brother, Salvo, and his sister, Nicole,
help out at their dad's shop.
The family live by the sea and they sell all sorts of fish.
Mario likes to earn his pocket money by doing a few jobs.
-No, you need to do this in a clean way.
I'll get you a bowl of water so you can keep washing your hands.
Look at all those fresh prawns.
Mario and Salvo are going to have to peel every single one.
Mamma Mia, some are gigantic.
To prepare the prawns so they're ready to eat,
Mario has to peel off the head,
tail, and legs.
It's quite fiddly work.
-How many have you peeled?
HE COUNTS IN ITALIAN
You're really good.
Yeah, well, I learnt it by myself.
You've become an expert prawn peeler, Mario.
I think I've done 25 now.
You don't have to keep checking. Stay calm, and don't worry.
Yeah, but there's still loads and loads to do.
Salvo's right, Mario. Keep peeling, you'll get there in the end.
My gloves are getting dirty.
There's only a few left to do, look.
We've done loads, though.
Salvo, this isn't that difficult, is it?
Will people eat them?
Of course, these are good with pasta or just fried.
The prawns are now ready to go on sale in the shop,
where customers are buying their fish for dinner.
Mario's next job is helping to pack their bags.
Mario gives everyone a free lemon and some parsley
to make their fish taste even better.
-Goodbye, young man.
And now, a little treat
after a lot of work.
Where shall we go?
And who shall we see?
Let's visit Tyra in Ghana.
Tyra has come to the ocean near where she lives with her mum,
her grandma, her cousin Albert, and her younger sister, Tracey.
Tyra loves the beach because here, with all this sand,
she can build whatever she wants.
What are you up to, Tyra?
Oh, you're burying Tracey's feet in the sand!
So time to get on with some building.
What are you going to make first, Tyra?
This is a cake.
I've got to cut all the cake.
A tasty cake of sand.
And cakes don't move, like Tracey!
What are you going to build next, Tyra?
-What are you doing?
Every house needs a window.
This is a rectangular window.
This is the window and it's a beautiful window.
The house is finished.
Grandma wants Tyra to build a shop just like her's.
That's a good idea. All shops need front doors.
Hey, look, I'm going inside my shop.
Sister, look at it. Look at it!
-Your house is nice! Is that your bedroom?
Grandad and grandma are impressed.
What do you think of this one?
I can see, like... I see dresses and shoes and everything in it.
-That's a shop.
-This is your shop?
Yes, you go and look.
Yes, come and have a look in the shop.
Nice shop. What do you sell in the shop?
Shoes, dresses and knickers, trousers,
tops and shoes and sandals.
Let me ask you a question, you go to school and come and sell,
how do you manage?
I'll finish school and come and sell until the morning
and then I'll sleep and then I'll go to school after that.
And then in the evening, I'll keep selling.
You've built your own little world of sand, Tyra.
And now, a bed to sleep in.
It's time for us to go.
# Where shall we go?
# And who shall we see? #
It's Liza in Russia.
What's Liza up to today?
Ah, she's helping to clean the house.
I think your brother, Stupor, would rather you were playing with him.
The floor's clean now so you can play too, Liza.
With the building blocks.
And little sister, Yulia, also wants to join the fun.
And this one goes here like that.
Time for a competition.
I wonder which one of you can build the tallest tower?
It looks like Liza's tower is the tallest.
What do you think, Stupor?
-Liza, let me help you build yours.
-No, it's mine.
I know, let's build one big tower.
Let's put yours on top.
Never mind, have another go.
And now the small parts.
This tower's looking very tall.
Liza, you made me jump.
Time to build it again.
OK, a nice wide base to start.
That's a really good idea, Stupor.
Let's put this one here.
And then this one will go here.
It'll be strong and we can build a huge one.
I think this is much more solid.
Now, that's what I call a pyramid.
I think this tower will be the tallest so far.
Stop, stop, stop, stop.
Look how tall it is.
But how tall is it, Stupor?
So the height is 32.
And how tall is Yulia?
They're almost the same height.
But not for long!
Better start building, Liza, all over again.
All our friends had a very busy day.
Mario peeled a lot of prawns.
Tyra made a shop out of sand.
And Liza built a really tall tower.
I wonder who we'll meet next time?
In this programme we drop in on three children who are all having a very busy day.
In Italy, Mario, who is seven, spends Saturday cleaning prawns ready for customers at his dad's fish shop.
On a hot day in Ghana, five-year-old Tyra cools off at the beach and builds a massive sandcastle.
And in Russia, seven-year-old Liza and her twin brother Styopa build a giant plastic tower, only to see it knocked down by their little sister Yulia.
We see that, although children live in different countries, may look different and speak different languages, the joys and challenges of childhood are universal.