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Start your engines and fire up your eyes.
It's time we embark on a quick race around CBBC
with some of our favourite shows of 2016.
I love CBBC, I do.
Now, if you love rap, we've got it on tap.
Yeah, this is where I'm going to get creative.
I'm going to start playing some instruments,
getting some piano down.
I'm getting quite worried about Rees.
Ah! Oh, no!
And some of you are on the telly again.
Everything on CBBC is amazing.
But before all of that,
allow me to introduce the conductors of the CBBC vlog-estra.
It's our resident vloggers, Laura and Myles.
I mean, vlogre...vlogr-estra.
It's not even a real word.
Now, some say he was born to vlog and actually invented the camera.
Take it away, Sir Myles of ROFLshire.
I was wrong about Jana.
Put her on the list for Protocol 5.
OK, I think I have... I think I have the list.
You want her on the Protocol-5 list?
I have a shopping list.
I have a list of favourite TV shows.
I can't find the...
I don't know if the...Protocol...
Sorry, is this about all the Wolfblood...?
It's all about the Wolfblood stuff, isn't it?
She's hung up, she's gone.
I guess this can only mean one thing.
The Wolfblood finale.
It's probably one of my favourite shows on CBBC in 2016.
It's on one of the lists. And shopping, I need to do shopping.
I need to do that. I'll talk about Wolfblood first.
This isn't a show where I just talk about what food I've got.
Matilda And The Ramsay Bunch is next week.
Things got serious in the last episode of Wolfblood,
as you'd expect. It's not going to be,
"It's the last episode, let's have a picnic."
People were captured, they know about wolfbloods,
and now they're just waiting to be saved. No picnics.
Going to stay calm and be ready.
Because Jana will save us.
When I say run, we run.
She'll be back. She has to. She's the alpha.
Jana will save us... because she's the alpha-alpha.
It sounds like falafel. She's got to save us.
She's an important part of the ingredients of my sandwich.
Protocol 5 is a way of trying to remove the wolfbloods'
Protocol 5. What were the previous four?
If Protocol 5 is completely getting rid of their wolf powers,
Protocol one was actually...
"We don't completely want to get rid of the wolf powers.
Just maybe give them a brush so they can make themselves look nice.
This is all obviously a big worry for the wolfbloods.
I was watching it, I'm not even a wolfblood,
being like, this is a bit worrying.
Cos being a wolfblood is a huge part of their identity.
It's who they are. And for someone else to come along and be,
"You can't be that any more."
"Why? It's who I am. I don't like it." Obviously, they're upset.
We're going to be de-wolfed.
Yeah, and it's very sad.
But you've got to think of a different name than de-wolfed.
I'm going to be wolfblood-less.
I'm trying to think of something more dramatic than,
"We're getting de-wolfed."
We took her wolf for her own good. And it was what she wanted.
She's just a kid. How could you?
Because she killed your parents.
Oh, there we go. That's... No, that's more dramatic.
And then the wolves finally reveal themselves as people.
They didn't do it like a dance, like I just did.
What the hell is going on?
Right, so now the truth is out there,
I can finally get back to just doing my shopping.
Protocol 5, that's the list.
Sorry, I found it...
Season finale, she's probably off on her holiday.
Myles, that was impressive.
But if I was to trust anyone
keeping up with the high-quality vlogging,
it would be you lot at home.
15-Second Fans, take it away.
Hi, CBBC, this is my 15-second vlog
on why I love The Dumping Ground.
I love it because everything
in there just seems so real
and everything is just so cool
and I love Carmen because she's my favourite character.
So, love you, bye.
My favourite show, Horrible Histories,
tells me about Celts, Vikings,
Romans, things, everything.
It helps me with my history at school.
I'm so much better at it now.
Thanks, Horrible Histories. Thank you.
My favourite show on CBBC is Blue Peter because
there are so many ways to join in,
but I also love the shows like The Next Step and Copycats.
I think that was really good and Airmageddon,
I love that, as well.
And, yeah, everything on CBBC is amazing.
Oh, nice one.
Our favourite TV show
is The Dumping Ground.
Because it has lots of drama.
It is so interesting and we love the characters so much.
Bye, CBBC. We hope you have a good day.
What a truly tremendous performance. Good job, team.
If that's inspired you at home, why not make me weep with joy
once again by uploading your 15-second mini vlog
to the Whoops web page?
You might be on telly, like!
OK, time for something cool now.
We've bagged ourselves the 4 O'Clock Club's guide to
making a rap.
So open up your eyes and sit up straight,
I've got a feeling this will be really, really good.
Great! I should have said "great".
Yeah, this is where I'm going to get creative,
I'm going to start playing some instruments.
Getting some piano down, and then take it from there.
Just writing some beats. No more pen and paper, I'm sad to say.
I write lyrics on the phone now.
I am recording our finale rap.
Let's do this, I'm ready.
I'm ready to show these guys how we do a finale rap.
# With our ups and downs Me and Lizzie stayed together
# And love beams down No matter the weather
# Remember when I saved you all from impending doom?
# Zombie apocalypse A hero rescued you
# We've had our highs and lows
# But everything is great in my eyes
# You know, as long as we're mates
# When the going gets tough
# We'll stay friends for ever... #
# The limo, the ballgowns The glitz and glamour
# But truthfully, my eyelids wouldn't batter
# Unless I've got my mates Cos that's what matters
# Yeah, mates cheer you up when you've been dumped
# And make a fool of themselves so you don't look like the only one
# Mates are cool and mates are what matters
# When the boat gets rough
# We'll stay friends for ever... #
Did any of it sound in tune? Cos I was enjoying it.
Ouch! Ouch! Ouchy-ouch! Ouch! Ouch!
One thing I love about Operation Ouch! is you get
two doctors for the price of one.
Hello, Dr Chris. And hello, Dr Zand. Who doesn't love twins?
I love Operation Ouch! because you get to learn loads of new stuff
about your body and what to do if you have an accident.
A bit like Alice who bashed her nose when she fell in the playground.
-What have you done?
-I fell over and hurt my nose.
-Oh, that looks sore!
-You need to have that stitched in theatre.
-What did you just say?
-She needs to have that stitched in theatre.
It's never made sense to me
why hospitals call the operating room the theatre.
Ssh! Do you mind, someone's being stitched up during the third act.
At one point, I did wonder
if Dr Chris really had gone to medical school.
What have you come to see us for?
I've got some strange red spots on my face and arm.
What's the diagnosis, Doc?
Sounds like a case of...
Maybe being a doctor isn't that hard if it's just a case of making up
long sentences that sound slightly medical.
I tripped and bent my finger back and now it hurts slightly.
What's the diagnosis?
Well, that sounds you've got a nasty case of...
-You're not a real doctor, are you?
But, of course, Chris and Zand are actually doctors.
And every time I watch Operation Ouch!,
I realise how incredible doctors are and why they're so important.
This is Matthew. He's 12. He's deaf and uses BSL -
British Sign Language - to communicate.
Matthew's having an operation to put an implant in his ear
-to hopefully give him some hearing.
-When you hear a beep,
we just want you to put one of the fish here into the pot.
Will Matthew's implant enable him to hear?
Will he get any fish in the pot?
He caught that and it's put a big grin on his face.
I'm so pleased for Matthew, that's such incredible work
from all the doctors and nurses, I salute you all.
You had to get in that last bit, didn't you?
Class Dismissed is a fun mockumentary-type show
taking place somewhere called Dockbridge High,
where the teachers are...
Oh, what's the word?
Headteacher Mr Barker is known for his inspirational assemblies.
-You, sell to me.
You're the salesman, I'm the customer.
This is a really good...textbook.
Oh, sell the sizzle, not the sausage.
Stand back, everyone.
I thought my teachers were odd.
I had an art teacher that liked to walk on the tables as he painted.
I didn't know if he was going to inspect our work or burst into song.
All right, class, I want to see you
put your heart and soul into these paintings.
Believe in every stroke, every sketch, experiment with the colours.
# Let me see your true colours... #
Let's move on to another form of art, shall we? Music.
We're all here today to practise...this.
A tube with holes in it.
What is this - the 1690s?
Excuse you, Mr Christopher, that is the recorder.
The electric guitar of primary school.
I actually played a little reco in primary school myself.
That's what us recorderists call the recorder, you see, no big deal.
It was at that time I was told I was one-eighth chipmunk.
Just look at that mouth.
I'm not one to brag,
but my friends and I were practically rock stars back then.
Hello, fellow students, are you ready to rock?
I'm going to rap some of Wordsworth's tight lyrics, yeah,
to make them more accessible to you young people.
Oh, we don't need that kind of access.
-Are you ready?
# I wandered lonely as a cloud Whoohoo! #
Make it stop, make it stop!
# When all at once I saw a crowd Say what?
# A host of golden daffodils
# Daffodils, d-d-d-daffodils
# D-D-D-Daffodils... #
Is he done?
Surely the maths teacher at Dockbridge has to be normal.
Should the man, A, keep the snake
since he's paid all that money for it
and hide it in his desk at school?
Or wherever he works. But probably at school.
HISSING AND RATTLING
OK, this school is bonkers.
Although it does remind me of my old Year 7 photo.
I do miss my time at Hogwarts.
Bravo, young Rhys, your vlogging is a gift to our eyes.
But wait, there's more.
We've heard from lots of humans today,
but what do your furry friends make of CBBC?
It's time for...
No, I don't want to tidy up, I'm trying to watch Art Ninja.
Hey, Siena, camera back on me, please.
Now, this mess wasn't even me.
How can I play with toy cars when I don't have fingers?
Chuck me a treat and I'll tidy your toys up. Thank you.
The Dumping Ground's on.
Need to turn the volume up.
Run, Ptolemy, run.
What is it - Blue Peter? Millie Inbetween?
Oh, Junior Vets On Call. I daren't watch.
Reminds me of that time I went to the vet's to get my toenails buffed.
Where were Johnny and Inel that day, eh?
Off bothering a buffalo, I daren't say.
Why not record your little chum watching CBBC
and upload it to the Whoops web page?
We don't care if it's a dog, a rabbit or a sparkly goldfish.
We'll tell you what they're thinking.
And we always get it right. What're you thinking, pet?
Now, I've watched all 98 hours of this week's CBBC
to bring you the very best bits of us.
You can thank me later, with biscuits.
# What would I do without your smile now?
# You're drawing me in and you're kicking me out
# You've got my head spinning
# No kidding
# I can't pin you down... #
Jamie, think, you know what you need to do.
It's about you... getting a taste of your future.
Since your last mission, I've upgraded the Mark IV.
It now has everything from inflatable decoys of itself
to six automated laser cannon.
We've thrown in everything, including the kitchen sink.
Crikey, Chief, this car can do everything except tap dance.
-Lauren, I've got a date.
-'Dad, we've been through this before.'
Going to the opticians is not a date.
-Oh, but she looked deeply into my eyes.
-'That is her job.'
OK, well, this is different. I met her on the internet.
You didn't go back to that dating website, did you? After last time?
-No, this was a plumbing forum.
-'A plumbing forum'
where people talk about sinks and drains?
What were you even doing on it?
No, wait, don't tell me, I don't want to know.
This is the first time this has ever been attempted live on TV.
-He's doing a fantastic job.
-Nine, he's so nearly there.
He's got one more to go. Has he done it in time?
Andrew, the time to beat was 60 seconds.
I can confirm we have the finishing time of 37.
And that's it for another week.
But dry those eyes, as there's a whole host
of telly goodness waiting on the iPlayer.
That bus is packing up again. Am I going to catch it this week?
No, off I trot.
Mother, put the kettle on, will you?