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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?

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# And who shall we see? #

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Let's visit Angel in Peru.

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After a long, hot day, the sun's finally going down.

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And now it's cooler,

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Angel and his family are setting off on a very long walk to church.

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What's the church called?

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Are we going to the church in Alto Laran?

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Alto Laran is their nearest village.

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But it's still a very long way.

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After nearly an hour, they've arrived at the church.

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I'm going to sit in the front row.

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Me, too.

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HORN BEEPS

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And who's that beeping their horn?

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Ah, it's the priest, Father Christian.

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The service can't begin without him.

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CHURCH BELLS RING

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THE PRIEST SPEAKS IN SPANISH

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Even in his favourite seat,

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Angel has to sit and listen to Father Christian

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for a very long time.

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THE PRIEST SPEAKS IN SPANISH

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"We can all do good and bad things,

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"but we must always choose to do good things."

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"Let us give the sign of peace."

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SINGING IN SPANISH

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At last, time to stand up, shake hands and show their friendship.

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DRUMMING AND SINGING

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Now, finally, Angel's favourite moment - the music.

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Angel loves to hear the Cajon, the special drum of Peru

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that looks a bit like a wooden box.

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And today, when everyone's gone,

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Angel gets a chance to play the Cajon himself.

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Santi, look, the Cajon!

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That's it, Angel, don't be shy.

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LOUD DRUMMING

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Great drumming, Angel!

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Back at home, Angel and his cousin, Santiago, are up to something.

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I'm going to win, Santi.

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Angel's found an empty water container.

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No, Angel.

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And what can Santiago want with that bucket?

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Angel, put on the music.

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Hang on, Santiago, that's Angel's container.

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Why have you taken my place?

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Because I wanted to.

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Tres, dos, uno!

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LOUD DRUMMING

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Ah, that's why.

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It makes the best sound.

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I don't think great-grandad's going to be joining in!

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At last, it's Angel's turn to play the better drum.

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LOUD DRUMMING AND TRUMPET MUSIC

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Playing your own Cajon is tiring.

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Time for a rest, Angel.

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# Where shall we go?

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# And who shall we see? #

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Let's visit Hamza in Jordan.

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Hamza's about to start a busy day at school.

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First, an assembly outside in the playground.

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And the whole school sings the national anthem of Jordan.

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THEY SING IN ARABIC

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Now, time for some exercise.

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CLAPPING AND CHANTING

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-ALL:

-Clap your hands in the air.

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-ALL:

-Clap your hands in front of you.

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-Lean to the right.

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-ALL:

-One, two, three, four.

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Exercise over, Hamza's going inside for his first lesson of the day.

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Arabic.

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Hamza, can you read the story "My Favourite School," please?

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The new school year's started.

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The teacher has suggested that the students should join some clubs.

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Hamza's reading in a language called Arabic.

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The letters look very different to English letters and you read the

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sentences from right to left.

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Faris said, "I like the decorating club,

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"which decorates the classes and looks after the garden."

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You read that really well, Hamza.

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And the day's about to get even better

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because the next lesson is Hamza's favourite, PE.

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It's football today and they're taking penalties.

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First is Hamza's friend, Abdul.

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Goal!

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OK, who's next?

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You'll have to wait your turn, Hamza. It's Abed's go next.

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Abed's scored, too!

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OK, now it's your turn, Hamza.

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Everyone else has scored. What about you?

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WHISTLE BLOWS

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Through the legs!

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You did it, Hamza!

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And can you do just as well in your next lesson, maths?

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Come to the front, Hamza.

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I'm going to write a number on the board and I want you to

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count it out on the abacus.

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First, though, write on the board, Hamza...

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..4,502.

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How many thousands are there?

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1,000, 2,000, 3,000, 4,000.

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Well done. And now the hundreds.

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100, 200, 300, 400, 500.

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Well done. And now the ones.

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One, two.

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So, how many tens do we have, Hamza?

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Zero.

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CLAPPING

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Counting, reading and scoring goals.

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Hamza's having a great day at school.

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# Where shall we go?

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# And who shall we see? #

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Let's see what Liza's up to in Russia.

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It's a special day at Liza's house.

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Everyone's going to a birthday party.

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But first, Liza and her twin brother, Stupar,

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are helping mum make a birthday cake

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with apples.

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Watch how I do it.

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I want you to do it the same way.

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Mum's allowing them to use a sharp knife

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because she's watching them closely.

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I'm chopping them like this.

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This one's gone wrong.

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Save some apples for the cake, Liza!

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The apples go into the tin and Mum's

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pouring the cake mix all over them.

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How is it going to spread everywhere?

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Wait and see what happens when we cook it.

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Are you going to pour on more?

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Mum, you've missed some.

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I'll cover that bit, too.

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While the cakes are baking,

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Liza and Stupar have just got time to make some birthday cards.

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This is how you write happy birthday in Russia, where Liza lives.

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Now we have to write this letter here.

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You see? This letter with the two dots on it.

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And now it's time to get ready for the party.

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And every party needs balloons.

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But whose birthday is it?

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Oh, it's little sister Yulia's.

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Hold on tight so they don't fly away.

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Watch out, Yulia, don't float off!

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THEY COUNTDOWN IN RUSSIAN

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LOUD WHIZZING AND BUZZING

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Look what Liza and Stupar have made for you, birthday cards!

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And it's got pictures for you to colour in, Yulia.

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The sky needs to be blue.

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Can you colour it in with me, Yulia?

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And after birthday cards, time for birthday kisses.

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All the guests are arriving now and Liza's older brother, Sergei,

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is starting the party off with a song about a cake.

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THEY SING IN RUSSIAN

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And after singing about a cake,

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Liza and Stupar give Yulia their special cake.

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Yulia, blow out the candles.

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Well done! You did it on your first go.

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Happy birthday, Yulia.

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All our friends have had a very busy day.

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Angel made amazing music on his home-made drum.

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Hamza had a great day at school.

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And Liza helped to make Yulia's birthday very special.

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I wonder where in the world we'll go 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 great time with their friends and families.

In Peru, Angel, who's seven, goes to church, and practises playing his favourite instrument, a special Peruvian drum called the Cajon.

In Accra, the capital of Jordan, eight-year-old Hamza is spending a busy day at school studying maths and playing football.

And in Russia, Liza and her twin brother Styopa are helping to bake an apple cake for their baby sister's birthday.

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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