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Giddy up, folks.
Y'all are in for a rootin' tootin' journey
through the golden lands of CBBC,
with hot shows and epic LOLs, it's Whoops I Missed The Bus.
What's this all about, like?
-Hey, guys, it's us again.
Enid and Esmeralda are on the back seat.
I love when people will take photos. I'll just be like, "Yeah."
And you're also doing impressive impressions once again.
But I don't want a tabby cat.
This lot love vlogging so much that they eat gigabytes for breakfast.
It's our vlog-tastic Myles, Laura and Tee Cee.
We've got so much coming up you won't believe your eyes.
Time for the one person who can take on the epic task
of kicking off our mega journey through CBBC.
Blue Peter crams in so many things.
This week there's golf -
the best way to spend a day losing lots of tiny, little balls
in a massive field.
A whole meal, but in a mug. I can't believe it.
And the Blue Peter Book Awards. What can I do for that one?
"Oh, that's a really lovely book. That's almost award-winning."
Plus, for Red Nose Day, so many things.
There's their joke send-in competition.
Who has green hands and eats porridge?
-Green hands and eats porridge?
I love the challenges on Blue Peter, because I don't think there's
been one thing that hasn't been a challenge for them yet.
I think they've tried everything.
Doing a backflip, standing still, turning into an insect,
dressing up as an owl,
are all my suggestions that I don't think will make the show.
They haven't replied to the e-mail yet. Radzi is doing golf instead.
I actually can't believe I hit it.
What dance is Radzi doing there?
I actually can't believe I hit it.
His "I need the bathroom" dance, it looks like.
That is the sad thing about being a Blue Peter presenter,
you have to keep presenting, no matter what.
Shows how good Blue Peter is, because Radzi
has actually made tapping a ball with a long stick look quite fun.
I was practising a little bit earlier.
I don't have any of those tiny little... Are they eggs?
The golf balls, I don't have any of those, unfortunately. Just this one.
It's all in the swing.
Too much swing. Believe.
But it's not all just golfing challenges.
David Walliams popped into the show to have a little chat,
a little chinwag, a little conversation...
To talk about his new book.
This book, Grandpa's Great Escape, is about a little boy, Jack,
who has a very special relationship with his grandpa, which I did too.
Just like in the book, his grandpa was a hero in World War II.
There's pictures of my grandpa actually in the back of the book,
in his uniform. That's my real grandpa.
And it's time for the Blue Peter Book Awards,
which are an awards for books.
It's called the Book Awards. Fairly self-explanatory.
You just need to know what those words are. The Book Awards.
Football School was my favourite book because of all the
amazing facts in it.
I think the jokes are hilarious.
I've read a short story that I'd like to nominate.
It's called A Boy Called Myles.
Not sure who's written it, which is a coincidence, because that's my...
It's all blank at the minute. Empty. Completely empty.
But those will be... Read between the lines, I think, is a good...
If there are no lines, make lines up yourself. You're writing the book.
I'll go back to golf.
One. I think it's because it's not a golf ball.
That's the problem. It's a football. I just want to be like Radzi.
Nice vlogging, muchacho.
But, quick, make some room for the 15 Second Fans,
cos they're primed and ready to vlog their hearts out.
My favourite CBBC show is Operation Ouch,
because I have learned so much by watching it.
Dr Chris and Dr Xand are really funny and they inspired me
to be a doctor when I grow up.
I love you, CBBC.
My favourite CBBC show is Zig And Zag,
because it's really awesome
and you NEVER know what's going to happen next
and it's always very funny.
My favourite show on CBBC
is The Dumping Ground,
because there's never, ever, ever
an episode that's so plain.
I also like Hacker Time because he's so funny. I also love Copycats.
-Hey, guys, it's us again.
We've found our new favourites.
Mine is Worst Witch.
I still love The Next Step, like, who wouldn't?
Mine is The Dengineers.
you are awesome!
Do you want to tell us what you love about CBBC?
Just record your 15-second mini-vlog telling us why CBBC
is your favourite, and send it to us via the Whoops web page.
Now we've had to install a broom rack on the back seat
for our latest magical guests.
You'll never guess which bewitching pair visited us recently -
Tamara and Miriam, aka Enid and Esmeralda from the Worst Witch.
Welcome aboard our enchanted bus!
Make yourselves at home and we'll kick this journey off
to a magical start.
Would you rather be an actress or a witch?
Probably a witch, cos then I could choose whatever, like,
film or series to be in.
Put a spell on them and just make me, like, one of the big parts.
I'd also be a witch, so that if I had, like, two parts,
I could, like, split myself in two and be, like, everywhere.
Potions class or flying class?
Cos I actually haven't been in one of the flying classes yet.
Probably flying, just because of the whole thing.
It seems really exciting.
Miss Cackle or Miss Hardbroom?
Probably Miss Cackle, because I feel like my character
is a lot more like her, like, a lot more relatable.
I really like Miss Hardbroom,
because she does everything for best at heart, so she's always
trying to help Mildred instead of, like, get her in trouble.
You're stranded on an island together but you must agree
on three items you can take.
What are they?
I'd probably have a boat.
And then I'd probably have a three-year water supply.
What about the fourth year?
If you could morph into an animal, what would you be and why?
I'd probably be a dolphin, because I really want to be able
to breathe underwater, and I'd love when people would take photos.
I'd just be like, "Yeah."
I'd probably be a monkey so I could swing in all the trees.
My personality probably suits it a lot.
Say your name backwards.
That was so much quicker than mine.
Do an impression of each other's character.
Oh, well, Enid, she always giggles, like, even in class at the back.
-So she's like...
You always giggle.
Esmeralda is really, really polite, so probably, like,
"Please, thank you. Please, thank you.
"Thank you. Thank you."
You've put a spell on me, you two.
You're both delightful passengers and may remain on the bus. Onwards.
So this week there was a brand-new CBBC show
called Remotely Funny
that's taken over our homes.
I'm coming in wirelessly,
hijacking your home and then offering you prizes.
Let's meet today's Remotely Funny contenders.
Wait, why are there now four of me?
I'm... Am I on the show? This is... This is happening!
You can play if you're in your PJs. You can play if you're grounded.
Did she just say you can play in your PJs?!
Right, PJs on, Saara, I am definitely in. Whoo!
Show me your worst game faces. Be loud!
You know, if you do that for long enough,
your cheeks really start to hurt. I wonder if I can get sympathy points.
Does this game even award sympathy points?
Or any points, for that matter?
I name something and you have to grab it for me.
The first one back with the item wins three of my Sa-mojis.
Sa-mojis?! OK, I'll take mine with tuna, no butter, some melted cheese.
Can I get it cut into tiny little triangles? Please, thank you.
What, Sa-moji isn't a type of fancy sandwich?
First item I want you to get
is something that does not belong to you.
Go get something that does not belong to you. That is not yours.
OK, so that was a #EpicFail.
But I did find this gravy bottle underneath my bed.
I don't know, maybe it'll come in handy somehow.
Grab the bottle and yell, "I love ruskeakastike!"
ALL: I love ruske...!
Who knew that ruskeakastipu... Ruskeakastiblabla?
..could be so liberating.
OK, here it goes.
I'm normally up for getting parents to eat weird food combos and all,
but, Saara, you're really putting them through their paces
on Remotely Funny. My gosh.
ALL: # I need
# Something that can wash out the pain
# I need... #
Wow, huge props to Bridie's mum for singing on national TV.
I wonder if I could get my mum to do the same.
# All my single ladies
# All my single ladies
# Now put up your hands
# Oh oh-oh
# Oh oh-oh
# Oh oh-oh
# Yeah. #
Whoo! Mum, that was...
Mum, that was a good job.
Now cast your mind back
to Junior Bake Off last autumn.
Do you remember that amazing garden party cake
that Nikki made?
But not only is Nikki a fantastic baker,
she's also really good at one of my favourite things.
It's Nikki. Today, I thought I would vlog.
Yep, Nikki is a vlogger
with millions of people watching her videos.
She vlogs her life, baking, make-up,
as well as a medical condition she has called AVM.
AVM is a very rare medical condition.
It's quite tricky to understand, but on the right side of my face,
I don't have any capillaries, so my arteries go straight into the veins,
which aren't made for high pressure, so they swell and sometimes burst.
This is what makes my face raised and also really sore
and gives me super bad headaches.
But having AVM doesn't stop Nikki from enjoying life to the max.
And she uses her vlogging to spread so much positivity.
Some people would comment that I was beautiful,
then I got a couple more comments like that. It made...
Not made me feel happy, because I don't mind about not being
the most beautiful girl in the world.
I care about inner beauty.
I think that makes her an incredibly brave and inspirational person.
But that doesn't mean she hasn't experienced any downsides.
My getting ready for prom video has nearly 1.5 million views.
But the more views I get, the more I'm asked,
"What's wrong with your face? You look strange."
Hearing negative things from other people,
whether it's in real life or online, is always a horrible thing.
But making sure it doesn't affect you is so important.
As a vlogger myself,
I definitely know what it's like to experience negativity,
so I'm really excited for Nikki when she gets advice from one
of her favourite vloggers, Em Ford.
The most important thing, first of all,
is don't tell people where you live.
Be very careful about what you show,
so if you're going to do your outfit pictures, for example,
don't do them right in front of your house.
I'd like to add to Em's brilliant advice
by saying that if you're in any doubt
about how much information you're giving away in a vlog,
then always ask a parent or an adult who you trust
for their help and advice.
Some nights, I used to get a flannel and wet it
and, like, scrub my face,
because I couldn't believe it was not going to come off.
And after a while,
I realised I was going to continue getting veins,
so you can either be negative and just not enjoy life,
or you can be positive and live a lovely, healthy,
joyful and happy life.
Nikki sums it up perfectly in her vlogs.
It really doesn't matter in the end what other people say about you.
Just keep positive, be kind and enjoy your life.
Nikki, you go, girl.
You're a true inspiration, and I hope everyone follows your example
in being brave, bold and following their dream no matter what.
All in all, whether you're vlogging, going out, staying in,
or dancing on your bed...
..who cares what other people say?
Just do your thing, be confident, and ignore the haters.
Enjoy life to the fullest!
Laura, stop messing up your bed.
Enjoy life to the fullest,
but don't dance on your bed if your mum tells you off.
Really great vlogging. Well done.
Now I feel a game afoot.
Impressionists, start your engines, please. It's time for us to play...
Remember when you did the hair whip?
That's my favourite move.
-Then you do the hair whip.
-The hair whip? I never do that.
I am sorry, what?
-We were Riley and Michelle from The Next Step.
Punch the window, Gideon. One, two, three...
I was impersonating Hetty Feather with Gideon,
and I was escaping from the family hospital.
But I don't want a tabby cat. I want a black cat like the others.
Miss Cackle, please, can't I have a black one like the others?
I'm Mildred from The Worst Witch.
If you want in on the action, just record your own 20-second impression
of a CBBC personality and send it to us from the Whoops web page.
But remember to reveal who you were at the end.
Hmm, now what was the best thing that happened on CBBC this week?
It was probably when that... No, actually, when she...
No, but when... Oh, it's all good stuff! See for yourself.
Oh, no. Not again.
So just plummet, or any ideas?
The nerves have settled,
but how will the kids cope when Grimmy tries to dig a little dirt?
Is there anything that you've ever done to your mum now that
you'd like to admit on Radio 1? Have you ever, like, lied to your mum?
I lie about, like, taking the dishes downstairs.
Right. Where are all those dishes?
We cleaned my room the other day and we found four forks under my bed!
Oh, it's a right old treat
to look at your photo.
It doesn't even glare on camera, which is great,
cos we're on telly and that.
-What?! No! Don't look at me! Lozza!
-What's going on here?
What's going on here?
Well, just because it's Valentine's Day and I'm looking at
a picture of you in a frame doesn't mean... It doesn't mean anything.
There's nothing wrong with that. I was only looking.
This journey is over and out.
Pack up that sad face and take it to the CBBC iPlayer and website
for even more terrific TV and excellent extras.
Ooh, my hula hoop order is out for delivery.
Madam Driver, wait for me.
Oh, I've missed it.