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Highlights in Scotland

Jackie Bird presents highlights from last night's appeal, featuring a mix of music and comedy from BBC Scotland's own show as well as a specially created Scottish children's choir.


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The hello and welcome to a special Children In Need programme. Coming

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up, highlights of our very own BBC Scotland Children In Need night in

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Scotland and so special moments from the last few -- from the last

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few days. We can show you how you can change lives by helping the

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charity. First, kicking us off, the brave Hearts of Scottish music,

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 54 seconds

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What a great start to the very special show from the BBC

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headquarters at Pacific Quay in Glasgow. As you can see and hear,

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we have got hundreds Pudsey fundraisers. I think we're going to

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have them on Monday morning! They are here to have a great time and

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raised even more money for Children In Need. Here is just some of what

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we have got lined up for you. There children from across Scotland

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come together to sing out for Pudsey. Was brilliant music from

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right across Children In Need. Laugh all the way to the sums of

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top comedians. And some famous faces dropping to show you how much

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we need to donate. A great show tonight. Pudsey is enjoying himself.

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We will look at why Children In Need was so important. It is so

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simple, just one text can make a difference. To donate �10 to

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Children In Need, text the word That text number is on screen for

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the whole show. Your money will go a long way. As I said, we promised

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you some great music and to start, one of this year's hottest new

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comers, nominated for a MOBO, she has performed with Dublin and Ms

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Dynamite. She grew up in Glasgow and is making it big across the

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country. With Light Up The World, # I need a release for the moment

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(yeah yeah, yeah yeah,yeah yeah). # Something to relieve my mind

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(yeah yeah, yeah yeah, yeah yeah). # I cannot deal with all this

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tension (yeah yeah, yeah yeah, yeah yeah).

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# I've been feeling like this all the time (yeah yeah).

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# Feeling like I need some room. # Feeling like I need some space.

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# Got to find something soon. # To take me to outer space.

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# I just wanna light up the world. # Soaring through the clouds like

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an eagle (yeah yeah, yeah yeah, yeah yeah).

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# With the sun beating on my skin (yeah yeah, yeah yeah, yeah yeah).

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# Looking down at all these people (yeah yeah, yeah yeah, yeah yeah).

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# And the confusion that they bring (yeah yeah).

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# Feeling like I need some room. # Feeling like I need some space.

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# Got to find something soon. # To take me to outer space.

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# I just wanna light up the world. # I just wanna light it up one time.

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# Just to see what it's worth. # I just wanna light up the world.

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# I. # I just wanna light up the world.

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OK, I have got hold of some of the fundraisers tonight. This is one

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special young lady, Hanna is 12. Tell me your story. How did you

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begin fund-raising? A few years ago my friend's sister died of

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leukaemia and she was really, really nice and she had the same

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colour hair as me so I wanted to do something. He wanted to do

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something about your hair? What did you do? I think we can get, hold it

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up to the camera, while! You got all your hair cut off! That was an

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amazing thing to do. Wasn't it? Wasn't that an amazing thing to do?

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You run around and raised money and how much did you raise? Over �1,500.

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You certainly did, more than �1,500. Let's talk to mum. This is mum,

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Carolyn. An extraordinary gesture? Yes, we are immensely proud. This

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was all her idea. We have been overwhelmed by the generosity of

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friends, family, colleagues, the people we hardly know. If this

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inspires anybody who watching who is thinking of getting their hair

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cut to donated to charity, because this is going to wake a week for a

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charity -- for a child who is suffering hair loss through cancer

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treatment there is a Little Princess Trust. It is an amazing

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gesture. It is an honour to me. Thank you so much to you and all

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our wonderful fundraisers for all the work to do all year round. Last

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year Children In Need helped over 360 groups across Scotland. Here is

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how the money that you gave has Let me tell you about Emily. She is

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seven years at the old and has a condition commonly known as brittle

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bone. They are easy to break. was born with a fractured skull,

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broken ribs, a broken arm, broken legs and collarbone. For months she

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was carried around on a pillow, just to protect. She was one year-

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old when her mother held her for the very first time. It feels

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really sought and sometimes I need to get medicine, like extra-strong

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Midson. -- Midson. It has a horrible taste. Just the simplest

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of things, even lifting her legs to move off the sofa, can cause a

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break. She has learned to live with her pain. Sometimes I pretend

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nothing has happened and sometimes my mum and dad say, are you in pain,

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are you heard? Oh, no, nothing has happened! Hello, any good? Yes.

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Yeah? Your money means Emily gets the care she needs. It helps to pay

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for a support worker who has practical help and advice should

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have family need it. That is how she got her two specialist

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wheelchairs. This one can drive by itself. I move the stick like this

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and it moves. I hit the sofa, a hit the doors and it goes through a

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little cracks. What do your brother's feet smell like? That one

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smells! Slimy! Emily is probably one of the most incredible people I

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have ever met in my life. She is seven years old and you would never

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think she was in any pain but she has suffered more than 20 broken

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bones. She is always smiling and always leaving a trail of smiles in

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her past. Other children, like Emily, need your help. To donate

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Last night, Sir Terry introduced some star performers all doing

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their bit for Pudsey. Tonight, we will show some of the very best.

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 54 seconds

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First, it is the fantastic One # I don't know why you're being shy.

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So or and turn away when I look into your eyes.

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Everyone else in the world can see # Everyone else ou.

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Baby, You Light Up My World like nobody else.

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# The way that you flick your hair gets me overwhelmed.

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# - the way you smile at the ground, it ain't hard to tell.

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You don't know if you beautiful. # if only you saw what I can see.

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You would understand why I want you so desperately.

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# Right now I'm looking at you and I can't believe.

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# You don't know you beautiful. # You don't know you're beautiful.

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So or that's what makes you beautiful. # Na Na Na Na Na Na Naaa.

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* baby, you light up my world like nobody else.

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# The way that you flick your hair makes me overwhelmed.

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# The way you smile at the ground, it ain't hard to tell.

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# You don't know you beautiful. # Baby, You Light Up My World when

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nobody else. # The way that you flick your hair

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gets me overwhelmed. # The way you smile at the ground,

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it ain't hard to tell. # you don't know you're beautiful.

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# If only you saw what I can see. # you will understand why I want

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you so desperately. # Right now I am looking at you and

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I can't believe. # You don't know you're beautiful.

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# That's what makes you beautiful. You can change lives by donating

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�10 to Children In Need. Text the word DONATE to 70710 and make a

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difference tonight. Thanks very much.

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Time now for one of Scotland's best-loved comedians, doing his bit

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for Pudsey, give it up for Craig Hello! This is my first gig in a

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prison. It takes me back to East Kilbride shopping centre. Is anyone

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here from East Kilbride? How are you people from the housing scheme?

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Look at you, with your funny ears. And they are your actual ears. It

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is lovely to be here. Welcome to Children In Need, otherwise known

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as a children and trouble. It is so nice to be here. I love looking

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around the audience. Look at the costumes.

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You have two choices, make an effort or who cares. You went for

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who cares. You looked like a stalker.

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I went somewhere and there was a girl behind the counter and I said,

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is that the BG's? The guy with the high-pitched voice. She said, I

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have never heard of them. Imagine if it was a tribute act with a

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similar name. You have been a lovely audience.

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Have a great Children In Need. Cheers! Now, let me introduce you

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to a very special group of young people, my co-stars for tonight.

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They have come from all over Scotland, from Lerwick to Lockerbie,

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from Aberdeenshire to Skye, to form our special Scottish Children In

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Need Choir. During the summer, we started searching for youngsters to

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take part in a massive singing project to get choirs from across

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the UK to join together and sing on Children In Need. 2500 children

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signed up to sing the song Keep Holding On by Avril Lavigne. We

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want to make sure as much of Scotland as possible was

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represented in our part of the performance. It meant a lot of

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travelling and a lot of rehearsing. We have travelled the length and

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breadth of Scotland to form a very special group, Scotland's own

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Children In Need choir. From Shetland to Lockerbie and the

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hundreds of miles in between, we have recruited youngsters to

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represent the whole of Scotland in Children In Need. And from all

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these schools, the sounds of rehearsals have been ringing out

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across the country. Gareth Malone, who is looking after all the UK

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choirs on the night, visited the big project in Edinburgh to check

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on how rehearsals were going. Imagine that by singing, you are

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raising money for Children In Need, every single one of you. Our kids

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have been practising at their schools, turning them into one

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great choir is a massive challenge. We have an incredibly short amount

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of time to get these 110 young people ready and feeling like one

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quiet. We have checked in with our furthest away singers over the

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internet. Hello, Skye. Hello! we go to Orkney now? Hello,

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Shetland! Hi. There are just two weeks to go before the live

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performance. It is Destination Glasgow for all the kids coming

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along to a week in rehearsal. Pudsey is keen not to miss out on

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the farm, but there is hard work to be done. You have come from all

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over Scotland. We only have a few hours to make you into one choir.

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feel nervous. It is our first day. We have to impress. Excited. A wee

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bit nervous. It was the first time we had done something like this.

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American style. Can you hear the difference? He is a good teacher.

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He is awesome. Thank you, everyone. Well done. It has been fantastic.

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When we sing in front of 50 million people, it will be nerve-racking,

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but we will get through it. When we sing on TV, it will be very

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exciting. Last night, our choir sang with

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others across the UK, but tonight they have a chance to sing that

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tracked by themselves. They have come together from across Scotland

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to perform. Here is the Scottish Children In Need Choir, with Keep

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# You're not alone. # Together we stand.

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# I'll be by your side, you know I'll take your hand.

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# When it gets cold. # And it feels like the end.

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# There's no place to go. # You know I won't give in.

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# No, I won't give in. # Keep holding on.

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# Cos you know we'll make it through, we'll make it through.

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# Just stay strong. # Cos you know I'm here for you,

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I'm here for you. # There's nothing you could say.

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# Nothing you could do. # There's no other way when it

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comes to the truth. # So keep holding on.

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# Cos you know we'll make it through, we'll make it through.

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# So far away. # I wish you were here.

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# Before it's too late, this could all disappear.

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# Before the doors close. # And it comes to an end.

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# With you by my side I will fight and defend.

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# I'll fight and defend. # Yeah, yeah.

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# Keep holding on. # Cos you know we'll make it

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through, we'll make it through. # Just stay strong.

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# Cos you know I'm here for you, I'm here for you.

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# There's nothing you could say. # Nothing you could do.

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# There's no other way when it comes to the truth.

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# So keep holding on. # Cos you know we'll make it

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through, we'll make it through. # Hear me when I say, when I say I

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believe. # Nothing's gonna change, nothing's

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gonna change destiny. # Whatever's meant to be will work

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out perfectly. # Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

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# La da da da. # La da da da da da da da da.

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# Keep holding on. # Cos you know we'll make it

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through, we'll make it through. # Just stay strong.

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# Cos you know I'm here for you, I'm here for you.

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# There's nothing you could say. # Nothing you could do.

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# There's no other way when it comes to the truth.

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# So keep holding on. # Cos you know we'll make it

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through, we'll make it through. # Keep holding on.

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That was fantastic. Brilliant. Are you happy with that? Yes!

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should be. Let's chat to a couple of our young songstress is. Let's

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go to Natasha. I will not ask if you enjoyed that, but I will ask a

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difficult question - what was the best bit of the training? I enjoyed

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being here with all these people. I love singing, and I just wanted to

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be in this quiet when I heard the BBC was coming to our school.

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said that without a breath! He sounded fantastic. I know you are

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going to knock show business on the head and be a nurse first. Let me

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ask you, what was the most difficult bit? At the start, I came

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in and I did not know the words properly. It was really hard up.

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But sooner or later, I got them. You certainly did us proud. Let's

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chat to your vocal coach, Andrew Panton. You must be proud.

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Incredibly proud. These young people have been working for the

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last few weeks with their music teachers, and it is a real

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achievement, what they have done. What I think is the most amazing

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thing you have managed to achieve, because I have a teenage boy myself,

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who last spoke to me about two years ago, you make them smile.

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Let's look at our back row, and are wonderful teenage boys! We will

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have more from the choir later, with a classic Scottish pop track.

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We will hear how others have been inspired to sing out for Pudsey.

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Remember, lots of music still to come, including JLS as well as some

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familiar faces from BBC Scotland as you have never heard them before.

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Next, one of Scotland's most successful bands, playing a classic

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track and a great song for us tonight. It is The Bluebells!

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# Young at heart. # Yet what a start.

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# Old before their time. # They married young.

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# For love at last. # Was their only crime.

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# How come I love them now? # How come I love them more?

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# Young at heart. # You're so young at heart.

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# Young at heart. # You're so young at heart.

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# Young at heart. # Yet not a chance.

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# To be a child at all. # They told us tales.

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# They told us lies. # Don't they know.

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# The shouldn't have told us at all. # yHow come I love them now?

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# How come I love them more? # When all I wanted to do when I

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was old. # Was to walk out the door.

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# Young at heart. # You're so young at heart.

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# How come I love them now? # How come I love them more?

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# How come I love them now? # How come I love them more?

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# How come I love them now? # How come I love them more?

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# When all I wanted to do when I was old.

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# Was to walk out the door. # Young at heart.

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# You're so young at heart. # Young at heart.

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# You're so young at heart. # You're so young at heart.

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# Young at heart. # You're so young at heart.

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# Young at heart. # You're so young at heart.

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 54 seconds

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And now a message from an old friend of Pudsey, Des Clark. Hello,

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yes, it is me. Thanks to Pudsey for making me look taller for this year.

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Another amazing year for Children In Need. You have been raising lots,

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which is great. You can make such a difference to the lives of children

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or across Scotland tonight just by That will donate �10, which will

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make a difference to children across the country. Get your phone

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out, do it now, then it is done. Now, Pudsey, time for round two of

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hide-and-seek. Now it is time to see how donating to Children In

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Need really does make a difference. He raised Lorraine Kelly. It is a

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harsh reality that some children's disabilities mean they will rely on

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help from family or carers for their whole lives. For them to

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enjoy a sense of freedom and independence can seem impossible. I

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want to introduce you to a young girl called Mirissa and a Children

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In Need project that has transformed her life and that of

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her family -- Mirissa. My name is Mirissa, I am 12 years old. She has

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a learning disability. Although she is 12 her language is closer to

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that of a much younger child. She also has autism, which makes her

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world confusing. I don't understand what people are saying to me.

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needs supervision the whole time. She needs to be kept safe but also

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she requires our attention. She wants that human contact and

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conversation. I feel sad because I don't have any one to play with.

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She finds it hard to make friends because she tends to play alongside

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other children. As she has become older and her peer group are older,

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they have got far more sophisticated so she gets left out

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because she can't keep up with them, understand what is going on. She

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has a very simple approach to life. She desperately wants to be with

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friends and be a social animal, but she is very isolated. My biggest

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fear for the future for her is that But things changed for her and her

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family and she was lucky enough to get a place in clubs run by the

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Yard Adventure Centre, funded by York Children In Need donations.

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For a few hours a week, the yard is able to give children, who are

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dependent on carers and family, a taste of independence, often

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something they have never experienced before. For the first

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time ever this year, Melissa has her unplaced ago, her own place to

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be with her friends -- her own place to go and she is proud of it.

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This is Sam and this is Emma. My best friends are Sam, Stewart and

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Melissa together. A to the children, this unique atmosphere gives them a

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place to learn essential life skills, make friends and express

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themselves. She is not isolated, she is not lonely and she has an

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amazing social life now, all because of the Yard. Making friends

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makes me happy. I love the Yard! have absolutely no idea how I would

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cope or any of the families I know that DOH would cope if we lost the

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Yard. It is giving a were children hope for the future and hope that I

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would children's future. -- and hope for a what children's future.

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Children In Need fund two clubs are the Yard but both are full and they

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are having to turn away children every week. Your money can help

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keep essential centres like the Yard open. Please don't make now,

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you really can make a difference. Thank you. Millicent and her mum,

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Sally, are here now. And you for coming along and joining us

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tonight.! Take a bow! Let's talk to your mum first, while you enjoy the

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adulation. Sally, just what does the Yard mean not only for you but

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for the whole family? It has transformed our whole family's life.

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When Melissa is that the Yard she goes off a quiet, little girl and

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comes back a very confident, chatty, happy person and a real teenager.

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We are able to spend time with our other kids and do positive things

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so what is like a winner when. There is no was a facility like the

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yard anywhere -- it is a win-win. It looks like a very special place.

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Melissa, I know there are loads of things, what is the best thing

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about the Yard when you go there? like meeting my friends at the Yard.

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I have been told you are very good at all the crafts and things like

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that? Arts and crafts. Is that your favourite? Yes. Thank you both are

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coming in and telling us your story and helping us to help you out

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there. Helping Children in Need. We have had some great musical

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knight and there is more to come. Next we have five gorgeous guys

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 54 seconds

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performing second last chance, it MUSIC: "Second Last Chance" by The

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 54 seconds

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Hello, Ion K T Tunstall and I'm here to remember your generous

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donations across Scotland changed countless lives for the better.

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Please never underestimate your donations. Peach and everyone makes

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a difference. Make a difference tonight by donating �10 to Children

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In Need by texting the word DONATE. Thank you very much. If we have

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inspired you to help Children In Need, you can give �10. Text the

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For now, please show your appreciation for a great supporter

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Hello, Glasgow, let me hear you! I am from the home of Children In

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Need, I am from a place where an Oxo cube is a starter. Yes, so

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lovely to be here and I love you guys. I tell you about myself. I

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love the fact that being a stand-up comedian you're saying she's not a

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comedian, she has an over-friendly cleaner that has wandered in! I am

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not, I am the comedian. I love the difference between men and money.

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When you seek a comedian on the telly, female comic, you think, oh,

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she hates men. I don't, I love men. I do hate cupcakes. It is a muffin

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was buttery icing, don't charge me a fiver! Men and women react

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differently to relationships. Men, give me a yes! Every single man

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here, including the boys in blazers, every single man here has -- is

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happy with a hot sausage under a picture. By -- there is not --

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there is not a man alive who would have that, brother and how the

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bathroom. Women in the office approach a relationship like this.

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I am an emotional Rubik's cube, can you work me out yet? Men are like,

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no, I just want a hot sausage and a shark and I'd tell you what, guys,

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I am sorry I'm no JLS, I'm Janey Godley from the block. I have been

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Each year as the one across BBC Scotland steps up for Pudsey. --

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everyone across BBC Scotland. This year is no different. We have been

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buzzing with activity. BBC Learning has been out and about working with

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children across the country. It all went horribly wrong! In keeping

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with our musical theme, Radio Scotland has been singing out for

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Yesterday K Adams kick-started the day itself by focusing on way

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you're fantastic donations go. Something like �78 million has been

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spent in Scotland. Fred Macaulay has been broadcasting from the BBC

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for your. The Glasgow baking sale were cakes sold out in 60 minutes

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and raised �723. With music the order of the day, Brian Burnett has

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been getting it on for Pudsey. We Now, are you ready for this? It is

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time now to meet a few more familiar faces from BBC Scotland

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who have also agreed to step up and do their bit for Pudsey. They have

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been inspired by a great children's choir. There is another group of

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aspiring singers, some are more mature than others. They are

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volunteers, we like to call them, from BBC TV and radio news teams,

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from CBeebies and River City and they are all kept on the straight

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and narrow by the fantastic Gospel Truth Choir. They cannot go far

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wrong. He rather BBC Scotland singers including me, with the

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unique version of title fight. -- # Sometimes in our lives.

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# We all have pain, we all have sorrow.

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# But if we are wise. # We know that there's always

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tomorrow. # Lean on me when you're not strong.

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# And I'll be your friend, I'll help you carry on.

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# For it won't be long. # Till I'm gonna need somebody to

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lean on. # Please, swallow your pride.

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# If I have things you need to borrow.

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# For no one can fill those of your # needs. That you won't let show.

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# Lean on me when you're not strong. # And I'll be your friend, I'll

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help you carry on. # For it won't be long.

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# Till I'm gonna need somebody to lean on.

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# You just call on me, brother, when you need a hand.

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# We all need somebody to lean on. # I just might have a problem that

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you'll understand. # We all need somebody to lean on.

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# Lean on me when you're not strong. # And I'll be your friend, I'll

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help you carry on. # For it won't be long.

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# Till I'm gonna need somebody to lean on.

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# If there is a load. # You have to bear that you can't

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carry. # I'm right up the road, I'll share

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your load. # If you just call me.

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# Lean on me when you're not strong. # And I'll be your friend, I'll

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help you carry on. # For it won't be long.

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# Till I'm gonna need somebody to lean on.

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# Lean on me when you're not strong. # And I'll be your friend, I'll

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help you carry on. # For it won't be long.

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# Till I'm gonna need somebody to lean on.

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# Just call. # Just call me. #.

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What did you think of that, everyone?

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I am so glad that is over. You are the seasoned professionals. How did

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the amateurs do? Or four, it was a disaster. A clash of egos? Tantrums,

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tiaras, the lot. Especially with the news crowd. Did they man --

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debate demand Smarties? You, and that was just me. But it was good,

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wasn't it? Thank you to them all! We have a wonderful performance

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from our Scottish Children In Need kids choir still to come, but first,

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time to look at a powerful example of how your Children In Need money

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is spent and how your donations can make someone's life better.

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My Name Is Alice and I am 15. Alice began suffering from anxiety,

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stress and severe panic attacks when she was just eight.

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feeling of having a panic attack is like you are in danger, in a way.

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Your heart starts to race fast. You are out of control. Over the next

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few years, the panic attacks got worse, and her reaction to them

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become more extreme and self- destructive. I started to not eat,

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and I got really skinny. The panic attacks got worse and affected more

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things. I started pulling out my hair when I was 11. I was pulling

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out a lot of hair. It had come to the point where I could not hide it

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any more. I pulled out my eyebrows, my eyelashes. I did not like myself.

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Alice pulled out her hair for three years, to the point where she was

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almost entirely bald. Her hair may never properly go back. Aged 14 and

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traumatised by extreme anxiety, she was referred to stable life, a

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project using interaction with animals to help vulnerable young

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people, funded by Children In Need. Over the next 18 months, her life

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was to change. When I first met Alice, she was a very unhappy, sad,

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isolated girl. I was really scared of the horses. I did not really

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want to handle them. We started off touching them. A by working with

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the horses, Alice was slowly building up her confidence and

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learnt to feel good about herself for the first time in years.

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thing I learned to like about the horses was that they are not

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judgmental, and they just accept you for who you are. They like you

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for who you are. It was a powerful thing for me, because I have never

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felt like that before. It has changed my whole outlook on life. I

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feel like everything is calmer and happier, and I can do anything if I

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put my mind to it. Her time at stable life has given Alice a new

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belief in herself, to the extent that she is now a volunteer who

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helps inspire other young people who come to the project. In it is

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really rewarding for me knowing that I can help younger people. It

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makes you feel like you are changing somebody else's life as

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well, but you are also changing your life at the same time.

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We have already seen why your money matters. In Scotland, Children In

:52:15.:52:19.

Need helps support over 360 charities and that would not happen

:52:19.:52:23.

without you. It is impossible to capture all the things you get up

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to to raise money, so here is just one story that sums up the

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fantastic fund-raising that takes place each year.

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For the last 23 years, a boy -- an academy has been a hotbed of

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Children In Need fund-raising, raising money in every way, from

:52:43.:52:50.

sponsorships to daily Tavern showers. Good afternoon! And it is

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all down to one woman, the English teacher. I started raising money

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for Children In Need in 1988. Because we have children who have

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benefited from it within the community, it seemed like the

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logical choice. We have sold all the tickets for today's talent show,

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�236. We have done that every day this week, and we started on Friday.

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Our children are up for it. Our pupils are so enthusiastic. They

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see the good that Children In Need does. They are very keen to help

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those who are less fortunate. Ella's efforts for over 20 years

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has meant the school has donated more than �78,000 to Children In

:53:34.:53:40.

Need. She is a legend. She always does so much for Children In Need.

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A she can persuade anyone to do anything. This year, I am wearing

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pyjamas every day to school. I have raised over �180. Allah could have

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retired in September, but she has delayed it for a term so that she

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could give one final fund-raising push. My last ambition for the

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academy is, because we started raising money for Children In Need

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in 1988, that this year we get to a total donation of �88,000. We have

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�10,000 to raise this year. Children In Need is a passion for

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me, because children are my life. I have had 37 1/2 very happy years of

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teaching and will miss it hugely. I will miss my pupils and my

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colleagues and the routine of teaching. I will miss Children In

:54:31.:54:38.

Need enormously. It is so important to us to raise the �10,000 for her,

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because she has done it for so many years. We wanted to do something

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special. If she wants �10,000, we have to do it. A real Pudsey hero.

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And guess what, she is here now! With her loyal support. You were

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aiming to make that magic number, �88,000. What is your grand total?

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To date, on our way down on the bus today, we heard that we had broken

:55:17.:55:27.
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�90,000. Let's hear it! You are an amazing Wallen. You are going to

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retire from teaching eventually. Will you retire from fund-raising?

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Goodness, no. They will not let me. And they are doing the right thing.

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What would we do without you? To donate �10 to Children In Need

:55:47.:55:57.
:55:57.:56:09.

More music now. All the way from the States, performing their

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favourite single, Glorious, it is The Pierces!

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# If I found a way. # Then I would make you stay.

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# Maybe one more night if you wanna. # If I found the rhyme.

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# And I would take the time. # And sing you one more line.

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# It would go like. # God bless the world, it's so

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glorious. # God bless the ones we've loved.

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# God bless the ones we've lost. # God bless the world, it's so

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glorious. # I will never die, never die like

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you. # If I found the boy, the one with

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golden eyes. # You know I think I'd haunt you.

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# And if I found the rhyme then I would take the time.

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# And sing you one more line and it would go like.

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# God bless the world, it's so glorious.

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# God bless the ones we've loved. # God bless the ones we've lost.

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# God bless the world, it's so glorious.

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# I will never die, never die like you.

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# I felt his hand today, across my shoulder.

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# I'll kneel down to pray. # Say afterlife's OK.

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# But it got so lonely when you turned away.

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# God bless the world, it's so glorious.

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# God bless the ones we've loved. # God bless the ones we've lost.

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# God bless the world, it's so glorious.

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# I will never die, never die like you.

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# I felt his hand today, across my shoulder.

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# I'll kneel down to pray. # Say afterlife's OK.

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# But it got so lonely when you turned away.

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# I saw his lie today, across my shoulder.

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# I'll kneel down to pray. # I feel like hell today.

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# But it got so lonely when you turned away.

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# I felt his hand today, across my shoulder.

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# I'll kneel down to pray. # Say afterlife's OK.

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# But it got so lonely when you turned away.

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# It got so lonely when you turned away.

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# It got so lonely when you turned Coming up in just a few moments,

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JLS. But first, another group able to help others thanks to the money

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you give to Children in Need. name is Jay and and 11 years old. I

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live in Aberdeen with my grandma and grandad and my brother. J and

:00:10.:00:13.

Ben are twins born prematurely at 28 weeks they both have cerebral

:00:13.:00:18.

palsy. Benn has learning difficulties and Jay has been

:00:18.:00:25.

affected physically. I find walking hard by myself because I I have

:00:25.:00:30.

cerebral palsy and I walk with assistance. What I find with my

:00:30.:00:38.

walking frame is that -- is getting it in and out of tight shops and

:00:38.:00:41.

going up pavements, getting upstairs, so, yes, it is pretty

:00:41.:00:48.

hard. Two years ago J was told he could be in a wheelchair by the

:00:48.:00:52.

time he was 12 but he is determined this will not happen. It is an

:00:52.:00:56.

active life he craves. I feel as though there is more to life than

:00:56.:01:00.

just sitting there. I want to go out and play football. I would love

:01:00.:01:08.

to play my -- for my school football team. Yes! I find playing

:01:08.:01:15.

football difficult. Like everybody else, they have a big space, but I

:01:15.:01:19.

only have that little box between the wheels. At the end of the day

:01:19.:01:27.

at least I try and it is the fact I tried, you know. They are all right

:01:27.:01:29.

when the wreck school and in that environment they have plenty of

:01:29.:01:34.

friends to play with but once they'd come home and the door is

:01:34.:01:39.

shut behind them that is it. People don't come in as much as they do

:01:39.:01:44.

because they used to come in every day and you know, because I have a

:01:44.:01:48.

Walker, the wheels can't go very well on the grass and when they are

:01:48.:01:52.

going on the grass I am basically stuck. If they don't want to play

:01:52.:01:56.

with me they don't have to play with me. It is up to them but I

:01:56.:02:01.

don't mind. Through a Children In Need funded project our frustrated

:02:01.:02:08.

footballer and his brother have found another passion. Music for

:02:08.:02:13.

you is a project that helps develop young people pub -- young people's

:02:13.:02:17.

confidence and independence through music. The groupies busy rehearsing

:02:17.:02:21.

for a performance next year. Yes, it is a really nice thing for me

:02:21.:02:27.

and my brother to do together. We both like music. It doesn't matter

:02:27.:02:34.

if you have a disability, autism, it is open to everyone. I never

:02:34.:02:37.

thought I was going to enjoy performing, I thought it was one of

:02:37.:02:42.

the things I was never going to enjoy but I have actually enjoyed

:02:42.:02:49.

it and I'm glad my granddad found it. It is good, I have a skill some

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people are totally afraid to do, like stand up on stage, just even

:02:54.:02:58.

dance, just to be even be in the choir. Never mind singing

:02:58.:03:03.

themselves. As long as I am on stage I am happy. I can forget

:03:03.:03:10.

about having a disability that I have got because my walker does not

:03:10.:03:20.
:03:20.:03:20.

come into it. It is what you have On Thursday night there was a

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massive concert by some of the biggest pop names in the world

:03:23.:03:27.

performing in Manchester at a special concert for Children In

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:03:37.:03:37.

Apology for the loss of subtitles for 54 seconds

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Need. From that huge night, here is MUSIC I cant explain what's gotten

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 54 seconds

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into me. My sanity is in the London to jamaica L.a to africa She

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makes me wanna Oh oh oh oh oh oh Earlier this evening we had a great

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performance from our wonderful Children In Need Choir. They are

:06:51.:06:54.

very well trained! We are going to hear from them again in just a

:06:54.:06:58.

moment. They are not the only ones who have been singing here for

:06:58.:07:03.

Pudsey. We have been asking schools and groups across Scotland did

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learn a performer classic pop track a performing of the Children In

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Need. The song is moving on up by Primal Scream and here are some of

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the groups from around Scotland who have been performing for Pudsey.

:07:15.:07:19.

Hello, I'm Bobby Gillespie from Primal Scream. Good luck to the

:07:19.:07:23.

kids singing a song, I'm dining -- I am dying to hear it football --

:07:23.:07:33.
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or stuck these are fantastic voices And here is a school in Orkney.

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Well done, guys. Now, checkout this Very nice. How about the fearless

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firefighters in Glasgow. Now, Spot on, kids. Now, how about these

:08:16.:08:20.

guys in South Lanarkshire. -- South Lanarkshire. They must really love

:08:20.:08:27.

Pudsey. Some of them are even in the choir. Listen to this, Pudsey.

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Some Glasgow schools doing so us Now something a little different

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from the Isle of Harris, East Kilbride and the Isle of Skye. A

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very special Gallic version. That is label six, of course, beautiful.

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-- MUSIC: "Moving On Up". A big thanks to everyone who will thank -

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- to set out for Pudsey. -- a big thanks to everyone who sang out for

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A greater effort from all those groups singing out for Pudsey. In a

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moment we're going to hear our Scottish Children in Need Choir

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give the performance of the track but before then, time to thank

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everyone who has made the show possible including the people

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working behind the scenes and a huge thank you to all our

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fundraisers here and right across And of course, thank you for making

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a donation. If you haven't, text OK, time for a very special

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performance. These young singers have come from across Scotland to

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perform tonight. They have travelled thousands of miles,

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rehearsed at home and in schools from Skye to Aberdeenshire,

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Shetland to the Borders, and given their families mad. Here they are

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with that song, Primal Scream's # I was blind, now I can see.

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# You made a believer out of me. # I was blind, now I can see.

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# You made a believer out of me. # I'm movin' on up now.

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# Gettin' out of the darkness. # My light shines on.

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# I was lost, now I'm found. # I believe in you, I've got no

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bounds. # I was lost, now I'm found.

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# I believe in you, I got no bounds. # I'm movin' on up now.

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# Gettin' out of the darkness. # My light shines on.

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# I'm movin' on up now. # Gettin' out of the darkness.

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Jackie Bird presents some of the best bits from Children in Need, plus a great mix of music and comedy from BBC Scotland's own show held on Friday. As well as top music acts and comedians, the show will feature the Scottish children's choir created just for Children in Need and made up of singers from schools and groups right across Scotland. The programme will also be showing just how the money donated to Children in Need has helped groups and changed lives throughout the country and how you can still make a donation.