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This programme contains scenes of repetitive flashing images (e.g.

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Strobe lighting). How are you doing? I am Shane

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Richie, here to guide you through the best bits of Children In Need

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2013. We have Ellie Goulding, Gary Barlow, Doctor Who, the cast of

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EastEnders, Strictly Come Dancing and apparently a boy band called one

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direction. Sit back, relax and enjoy the best of Children In Need.

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I need another presenting partner in crime. We are going to have a ball.

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It is sausage time! Makes me Wanna. That was just the tip of the

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iceberg. It is around one of Battle of the Boyne balance. -- Battle of

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the boy bands. All right, I will get out of the

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pub... Last night, we had an amazing response, thank you to each and

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every one of you who gave money. It is still not too late to do it, this

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is how. To give ?10 to Children In Need:

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It is time for our first best bit. Two very special ice dance icons

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graced the Strictly ballroom for Pudsey. Step forward, Jayne Torvill

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and Christopher Dean. For one night only, it is Toril against -- it is

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to -- it is Jayne Torvill against Christopher Dean. You are going to

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love this. From the Strictly ballroom, this is the Strictly Come

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Dancing Children In Need special. Please welcome your hosts, Sir Bruce

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Forsyth. And Tess Daly. Listen to that. Good evening, ladies

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and gentlemen, children, it is nice to see you come to see you... Nice!

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And nice to see you, Brucie. We have an audience full of children. From

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about three years old, all the way up to 85. I am in my second

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childhood! And what a performance we have. For one night only, we have

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Olympic royalty on the ballroom floor, ice dance legends Jayne

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Torvill and Christopher Dean. They hit the dance floor in the name of

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charity. As well as putting their reputations on the line, they will

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also be facing our judges. By the way, we have only three judges this

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evening because we only wanted positive comments. So we have locked

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negative Craig in his dressing room. CHEERING

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Please welcome Jayne Torvill and her partner, James Jordan, and

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Christopher Dean, and his partner Aliona Vilani.

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APPLAUSE CHEERING

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What a night. Welcome, Jayne and Christopher. Is it daunting? Very

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daunting, this is not as slippy as it should be. Please welcome, Jayne

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Torvill with her partner, James Jordan, and Christopher Dean, with

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his partner, Aliona Vilani. CHEERING

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APPLAUSE Wasn't that marvellous? A standing

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ovation. I bet you have never had that before! What a reception.

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Whilst you get your breath back, here is what our judges thought. You

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were nice nice but you are good onward! -- you were nice nice but

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you are good onward. The 84 Olympics, you got all of those

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perfect scores, I jumped up, hit the mantelpiece and fractured my thumb,

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that is how exciting it was. Perfect scores at the Olympics, you get

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perfect scores tonight. This is going to be a bit difficult. You

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both definitely melted the ice tonight. Jayne, I thought you were a

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nice girl! I have kind of changed my opinion. You were so naughty and so

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Ben D. Christopher, -- and so you had the style of Fred Astaire.

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Darcey... I can't believe you on this dance floor, we are so

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fortunate to have such professionals. I just enjoyed your

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strength and conviction. I just love that attack that you give it and it

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is beautiful to watch. Christopher, you did not fade once. If there was

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one tiny mistake, I didn't care one bit because you followed it through

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like a true professional. Very hard to choose between new two. -- you

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two. Thank you very much to Jayne and

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Christopher, if you would like to take your place by the coveted

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Pudsey Trophy. Jayne and Christopher want you to help them raise as much

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money as possible for Children In Need, every penny is spent on

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projects here in the UK. Now it is time to see who is going to take

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home the Strictly Children In Need Trophy. It is time for the judges to

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choose their champion. Ladies first, Darcey, who is your winner? My

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Children In Need champions are... Chris and Aliona. Congratulations.

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Bruno, who is your Children In Need champion? My Children In Need

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champions are Jayne and James. That leaves you with one each, it is neck

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and neck. Len, as head judge, you have the deciding vote. Who do you

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think should be crowned the winner? It is extremely difficult, picking

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the first among equals. If I was to watch it again I am sure my decision

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could be opposite. But my champions are Jayne and James.

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CHEERING Huge congratulations. How happy are

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you? I am really thrilled but I want to share it with Chris. Did you

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think you would ever compete against each other? It doesn't feel like we

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did, but I guess we did. I will have it for six months, he can have it

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for six months. Did you have fun? We had an immense time and the winners

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have to be Children In Need tonight. Absolutely. Congratulations. You are

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the Children In Need dancing champions of 2013.

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Coming up on Children In Need, the best bits. JLS, the cost of Matilda,

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Doctor Who and one direction. -- the cast of Matilda. Albert Square

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hosted a knees up with a difference. Please don't judge me on this. It is

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for charity. Where is everyone? I think there is a party going on and

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we have not been invited. Who needs them? Let's get our own party

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started, shall we? # Like the legend of the Phoenix

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# Our ends with beginnings # What keeps the planet spinning

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# The force from the beginning # We've come too far

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# To give up who we are # Let's make a vow and look up to

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the stars CHEERING AND APPLAUSE.

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Night we had an incredible party for Children in Need, but raising money

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for disadvantaged children over the UK is what it is really all about.

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Especially for this one little boy, Tomasz.

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Because his needs are so complex, it affects all aspects of his life. At

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18 months, we knew something was not right. He was crawling. We were

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worried. In 2005, Tomasz was diagnosed with

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cerebral palsy and autism. Lots of things he could not do. Hop,

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jump on two feet. It is something he has to live with and we deal with,

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but it does get him down sometimes. As he has gotten older, his

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understanding of his condition is developing. Answering his questions

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have been difficult at times. The questions are that which any

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person would ask, really, why me? Tomasz' life changed when a project

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in Cardiff, funded by Children in Need showed him he could do

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something he never thought possible. Thanks to your donation, the

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therapists here can help the children experience the thrill of

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riding a bike. A lot of parents underestimate the

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children, but every child can cycle, it is just a matter of finding the

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right bike. It is a lovely job to have. You can see the children's

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faces. They are relaxed, happy, from week-to-week they get more

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confidence. It's exciting. We have been very, very lucky.

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Peddle Power, has enabled him to join in with other children and have

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a very fulfilling childhood. Which is great. We've been able to go on

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holidays with other families and children. It has made it an

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adventure for Tomasz. Riding a bike is something most

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children take for granted. But for children like Tomasz, it

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means so much more. Someone asked him recently, what are

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you good at? He said it was cycling. For a boy with his needs to say

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that, it says it all, really. I can go around the world. And even

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if you have cerebral palsy, you can still do it.

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Look ahead. Good boy! Brilliant! When he is on the trike, his little

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face lights up, you know it is fantastic. Life-changing.

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I am hugely proud of him. Yeah.

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Well, still to come we have McBusted. And One Direction, but

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now, let's have a look back at a medley of musical highlights, Ellie

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Goulding singing How Long Will I Love You and Gary Barlow's

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Children's Choir, but first up, let's see the band that rocked

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Albert Square and the studio. It is JLS!

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# The doctor just finished telling me

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# There is no time # Losing you could be the end of me

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# That I should do the things that I wanted to

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# How could I # Without you, without you

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# Oh, cos you're the only one I let in

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# Tell me how to stop this feeling spreading

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# I'm hoping somehow that you know # Oh, oh-oh

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# Let's just get back together # We should have never broke up

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# Their telling me my heart won't beat again

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# We should should have stayed together, when you left me it

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stopped # They're telling me my heart won't

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beat again # It's giving me

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# Hey, hey, hey # Do you see what I see

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# Put your hands in the air, baby # It's JLS

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# Dance whying girl # Dancing dirty over there

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# Do you see what I see # The way she moves

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# I just had to stop and stare # Do you see what I see

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# This is looking so easy cos you're beautiful

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# You make it hard for me, girl, every time we're on the floor

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# I want to kiss you cos your body # Tonight it's me

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# Do you feel what I feel # Do you feel what I feel

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# This is killing me cos # Do you feel what I feel

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# Some people are falling in love # Do you feel what I feel

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# Oh, oh, # OK!

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# Oh, oh-oh # JLS!

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# I can't explain # What's gotten into me

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# My sanity is in the bus unjudged # I let her drive

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# She is my guide # We're flying reckless tonight

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# Direct me to the flow # Turn it up some more

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# I'm getting it on # Direct me to the flow

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# And turn it up some more # I will get it on, on, on

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# She makes me want to # Oh, oh, oh,

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# Makes me want to # Oh, oh, oh-oh

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# Make these want to # Oh, oh, oh,

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# London to Jamaica # L A to Africa

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# She makes me want to # Makes me want to

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# All around the world # London to Jamaica

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# Around the world, yeah # L A to Jamaica

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# All around the world # She makes me want to.

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MUSIC: How Long Will I Love You.

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# How long will I love you # As long as stars are above you

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# And longer if I can # How long will I need you

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# As long as the sea is here too # Follow their plan

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# How long will I be with you # As long as the sea is bound too

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# Wash up on the sand # How long will I want you

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# As long as you want me to # And longer by far

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# How long will I hold you # As long as you're father told you

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# As long as you can # How long will I give to you

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# As long as I live # However long you say

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# How long will I love you # As long as stars are above you

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# And longer if I may How long will I love you

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APPLAUSE APPLAUSE.

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So this place in Coventry is one of 15 children's hospices around the UK

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supported by Children in Need. They care for young children with

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life-limiting conditions. Good morning everyone! . This is

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Jamie! Jamie! Well, I like these shoes. I think that my four-year-old

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would like these. Jamie comes here. She gets to mix

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with the other children. We know she is in great hands.

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You can bring her here and not worry about her? Absolutely. It's a

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special place. This is Alex. His main condition is able palsy. It is

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nice to come here and note he is going to be safe and well looked

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after and they care for him as much as we do. What we would do without

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them, I don't know. He is a bit of a charmer, especially with blonde

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ladies! Is that right? Great! He says, I'm Gary Barlow! No, you are

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Charlie! He was nine weeks old when they discovered he had no immune

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system, they said he would probably live six to 12 months. He had to

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live in hospital for nearly two years. For having all those years

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without meeting other children, to come here must be amazing.

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They are so loving and caring and it gives our family a chance to be a

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family. We love it. Shall I do some signing? It is an owl. How much does

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a place like this mean? -- need? The majority is through donations. At

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the moment it is open four days a week. It is getting less and less.

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It is diminishing already? The idea of someone like this closing just

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cannot happen. It can't. I have to be honest, I wasn't looking forward

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to today that much. It is a hospice. It conjures up these ideas

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of it being a place with no hope. I have actually experienced the total

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opposite. I think the children we have met our inspirational. I think

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the parents are fighters, people who are getting on with life and they

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genuinely lean on this place. I look at somewhere like this and I am

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shocked, in a way, to find out how heavily they rely on donations. So

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it is up to us, up to you out there, to just be as generous as you

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can. When you CVs faces, it makes it real. But we can help.

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1624 children from all around the UK are about to perform his song,

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Singh. They have been rehearsing for weeks, they are all heroes, so

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please welcome the Children In Need choir.

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# Some words they can't be spoken only sung.

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# to hear a thousand voices shouting love.

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# There's a place, there's a time in this life when you sing what you are

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feeling. # Find your feet, stand your ground,

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don't you see right now the world is listening to what we say?

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# Sing it louder, sing it clearer, knowing everyone will hear you.

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# Make some noise, find your voice tonight.

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# Sing it stronger, sing together, make this moment last forever.

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# Old and young shouting love tonight.

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# To sing we've had a lifetime to wait (wait, wait, wait).

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# And see a thousand faces celebrate (together celebrate).

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# You brought hope, you brought life, conquer fear, no it wasn't

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always easy. # Stood your ground, kept your

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faith, don't you see right now the world is listening to what we say?

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# Sing it louder, sing it clearer, knowing everyone will hear you.

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# Make some noise, find your voice tonight.

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# Sing it stronger, sing together, make this moment last forever.

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# Old and young shouting love tonight.

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# Some words they can't be spoken only sung.

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# To hear a thousand voices shouting love and life and hope.

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# Just sing. # Sing it louder, sing it clearer,

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knowing everyone will hear you. # Make some noise, find your voice

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tonight. # Sing it stronger, sing together,

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make this moment last forever. # Old and young shouting love

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tonight. # Hear a thousand voices shouting

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love #. CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Your money makes all the difference to disadvantaged children all over

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the UK, so please make a donation. To give ?10 to Children In Need:

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Next up, Harry Hill, who sets a surreal sight on an iconic 80s pop

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group, aha. This includes Harry, the Hairy Bikers and a sausage.

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# We're talking away. # I don't know what I'm to say.

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# I will say it anyway. # Today is another day to find you.

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# Shying away. # Are becoming for love, OK?

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# Take on me. # Take me on.

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# Are all be gone. # In a day or two. -- I will be

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gone. # So needless to say.

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# I'm odds and ends # But that's me stumbling away.

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# Slowly learning that life is OK. # Say after me.

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# It's no better to be safe than sorry.

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# Take on me. # Take me on.

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# Begun. # In a day or two. -- I will be

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gone. # The things that you say.

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# Is its life or just a play? # My worries away.

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# You are all the things I've got to remember.

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# You are shying away. # I will be coming for you anyway.

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# Take on me. # Take me on.

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# I will be gone. # In a day or two.

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# Take on me. # Take me on.

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# I will be gone. # In a day or two.

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You can always count on Harry Hill for a slice of the surreal. Terrific

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stuff. How about Babs in the make up room with Peter Andre? If you want

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to see that was put together, you can go to our website. I wanted to

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have a hold of the comedy sausage. This is my sausage and you have not

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done big required BBC handling a large prop training course. It does

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afford me a certain bottom. Let's meet the hero of the hour, Harry

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Hill. Tickle, tickle, tickle... What do

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you think of Terry's sausage? You call that a sausage? Here is a

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sausage! It is sausage time! Next up, a fantastic treat. This has been

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a huge success on Broadway and the West End and tonight, you have all

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got a front row seat. Please welcome the Royal Shakespeare Company's

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production of Matilda. In this world, there are winners and

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there are losers. You are small, shrivelled, foul smelling and weak.

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You are losers, children, and you always will be.

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# Just because you find that life is not fair.

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# It doesn't mean that you just have to grin and bear it.

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# If you always take it on the chin and wear it.

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# Nothing will change. # Even if you are little, you can do

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a lot. # You mustn't let a little seem like

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it. You. # If you let it get on top of you

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you might as well be saying that it's OK.

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# And that's not right. # We are Revolting Children in

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revolting times. # We sing revolting rhymes.

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# Revolting times! We are revolting! # Reare revolting children.

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# Living in revolting times. # We sing revofling songs

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# We sing volting rhymes # We are revolting!

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# When I grow up, # I will be brave enough to fight

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the creatures, that you have to fight beneath the bed each night

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# # Each night to be a grown up.

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# And when I grow up. # When I grow up.

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# I will be smart enough to answer all the questions that you need to

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know the answers to be foreyou're grown up.

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# And what I grow up. # I will have treats every day.

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# And I'll play with things that mum pretends, that I must not any way

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# And when I grow up, # When the sun comes up and I,

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# Will spend all day lying in the sun,

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# And I won't burn because I will be grown up

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# # Sometimes you have to be a little

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bit naughty! You know the money you give really does change young lives.

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Here is mir and you to tell you a little bit more.

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I am honoured to introduce this film. It proves we can help children

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in many ways. You are meeting Sam, who is brilliant and Ember, who is

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pretty fabulous too. It has been hard to make friends.

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I'm a bit nervous about introducing myself to new people.

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People think because he speaks well, that there is no problem. A lot of

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people forget that Sam is deaf. I have a condition which means that

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you start off profoundly deaf, then you regain a little bit of your

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hearing. It has been hard with triplet's. Sam was less confident.

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So at parties, Isobel and Edward would go in there. Sam would say he

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was not going. He used to be on his own. Idris Elbe used to felt like I

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wanted to help him but I couldn't. Nights were tough. He was scared. He

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didn't know where we were. I could not hear my parents talking

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down stairs or the TV on. I could not sleep.

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Sam's record was 27 times I put him back to bed. It was like that every

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night. He was exhausted. And certainly when he started school.

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There would be a yearly report. In that it mentioned he was so tired. I

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can only imagine how difficult it is for him.

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Two years ago, Sam met someone very special.

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Good girl. Sam was so excited about having her.

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Literally, that first week, I was stunned by the difference. It was

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just fantastic. Ember is not just Sam's pet but one

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of 750 highly trained hearing dogs in the UK. Thanks to you, dogs like

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her can support Sam in their daily lives and alert them to dangers.

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She does give him that security and safety. He has always been scared of

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fire. He cannot hear the smoke alarms. If she hears it, she drops

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the floor and waits for a response. Sam's confidence has improved hugely

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since having Ember. He is very proud of her. In the past where he has

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hung back, now he will step forward and say that is my dog, but the

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biggest difference is the sleep. From the first week Sam slept

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through. I could not believe having a dog sleeping in your bedroom could

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make such a difference. She helps him have a happy childhood. That is

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what every parent wants for their child.

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It is kind of scary, what life would be like without Ember, without

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hearing dogs. It changes my life a lot.

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She does her job really, reallying well. She is 100% a part of the

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family. She is brilliant! She is my best friend. I know she is always

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there for me. She is just amazing. Thanks to you, Sam has a new best

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friend that has made him feel happy and safe. Please help us start for

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very special partnerships. That is why giving to Children in

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Need is so important. But still to come, we have

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Scandinavian pop group, Ulvis, but before that, their first public

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appearance on British television, it is group, McBusted!

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# It's all about you. # It's all about you, baby.

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# It's all about you. # It's about you.

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# Well its all about you baby. # It's all about you.

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# It's all about you, it's all about... Ladies and gentlemen,

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Children in Need, please, welcome for the first time ever, McBusted!

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# One day, # When I came how many at lunch

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time, # I heard a funny noise.

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# I went to the backyard # It was one of those funny boys.

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# There was my neighbour, Peter # He said being in a time machine

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was one in a film we seen #.

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# Yeah, yeah, yeah. # He said I've been to the year

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3,000. # Not much changed,

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# But they lived under water. # And your great, great, great

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granddaughter, is pretty fine. # Let's go!

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# Walking through the terminal, # I saw something beautiful.

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# You left before the duty call. # Next time, getting on the plane.

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# That's what I see you again. # I can't get you upgraded.

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# That uniform you're wearing. # So hot I can't stop staring.

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# You're putting on an awesome show. # The cabin pressure is rising

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# # My coke has no icing now.

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# Air hostess! # I like the way you dress.

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# I feel much better. # If you will write me a love

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letter. # But I mess my pants.

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# Over France. # But I see you soon in the hotel

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room. # Air hostest!

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# You're an air hostess, I like the way you dress.

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# Air hostess! # She restaurant me in the dark.

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# She left me with a broken heart. # Now I am on my own.

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# If anybody sees me. # Shine a light on her.

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# If anybody sees her. # Shine a light on her.

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# If anybody sees her. Yeah! Number one in 14 countries! 1 million

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worldwide sales. 200 million YouTube views.

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It's The Fox! MUSIC: What Does The Fox Say? .

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MUSIC: What Does The Fox Say? . MUSIC: What Does The Fox Say?

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Well, coming up soon, we have the hottest band on the planet, wait for

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it, get ready to scream... One Direction! OK, that is enough. You

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thought it was weird there but things got stranger, when Doctor Who

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transported into Children in Need! Some day, you could walk past a Fez.

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Never gonna! This is why we called you in.

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Interesting... The broken flas? No, where it is broken from.

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Look at the shatter palt earn. The flas on the paintings has been

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broken from the inside. As you can see the paintings are

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landscaped. There are no figures of any kind.

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So? There used to be. Something got out of the paintings.

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Lots of somethings. Dangerous. The place has been searched. There is

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nothing here that should not be and nothing has got out.

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Not now! Doctor doctor, what is it? Not now. I'm busy. Is it to do with

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the painting? No, this is different. I remember this. Almost... , of

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course. This is where I come in. Geronimo...

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Your donations are real lifeline for disadvantaged children across the

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UK. As a parent, you will do anything to protect your child but

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sadly there are times when you can't help and you are powerless, and that

:00:29.:00:35.

is unbearable. In this next film, a wonderful family tells us how they

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coped with a situation that every parent dreads, and how a project

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funded by your donations helped them in their time of need. 26 of June

:00:44.:00:53.

2007. Darcey is fast asleep. Here she is.

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I remember being presented with these two babies and thinking, wow.

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The idea of twins was something special. They are incredibly

:01:03.:01:08.

inseparable. The absolute best of friends. And that is one of the

:01:09.:01:11.

reasons why they found it so difficult when they had to be apart

:01:12.:01:15.

for such long periods of time while Darcey was poorly. In April 2010,

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four days after this photo was taken, everything changed. Darcey

:01:23.:01:26.

became unwell and was taken to hospital. The doctor sat down and he

:01:27.:01:33.

said, it is either a virus or it is leukaemia. That is when his pager

:01:34.:01:38.

went off. We were left there with that thought. He came back in and he

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just said, unfortunately... That is the last thing I could hear, that is

:01:46.:01:54.

when our whole world fell apart. Within just 24-hour is, Darcey had

:01:55.:02:00.

started chemotherapy. The medicine made her very tired, she lost the

:02:01.:02:05.

use of her legs. And then she started to lose her hair. I remember

:02:06.:02:09.

a couple of times, having to hoover her bedding and her pillow before

:02:10.:02:13.

she got in it because it was covered in hair. She could be so poorly

:02:14.:02:20.

all-day that I would hardly get two words out of her. And then her

:02:21.:02:24.

brother arrived and he just lifted her completely. Darcey... It

:02:25.:02:34.

completely becomes your life, it takes over everything. You can't go

:02:35.:02:40.

anywhere or do normal things. Darcey couldn't go to the nursery. They

:02:41.:02:44.

couldn't go to soft play any more and that was something they always

:02:45.:02:50.

loved doing. You find yourself at certain times feeling really low and

:02:51.:02:52.

thinking, my daughter has got cancer. It just hits you. Darcey...

:02:53.:02:59.

Yes. Look. Children In Need helped to found the

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Association for seriously ill children. They help to organise

:03:12.:03:14.

family days out for children going through a tough time. Every family

:03:15.:03:18.

there is kind of going through the same thing. Your daughter has got no

:03:19.:03:22.

hair, nobody will be looking and asking questions because her lots of

:03:23.:03:27.

other families with children in the same circumstance. After a two year

:03:28.:03:35.

but, -- battle, Darcey is now in remission. Thank you. They have a

:03:36.:03:42.

very special bond that a lot of people will never have. They will

:03:43.:03:48.

always have each other. It was said because I couldn't play with her any

:03:49.:03:58.

more. How do you feel now? Happy because we are together again. The

:03:59.:04:04.

way that I hold her or hug her is a little bit tighter, for just that

:04:05.:04:11.

little bit longer and we feel very lucky that we have made it. Tonight

:04:12.:04:16.

there are thousands of children battling serious on this. You can be

:04:17.:04:21.

there to support them and their families every step of the way --

:04:22.:04:27.

battling serious illness. If you haven't donated yet, please text

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in. I promise you, you can make a difference. To give ?10 to Children

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In Need: Those were the best bits, and thank

:04:36.:04:56.

you to each and every one of you for making Children In Need the biggest

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ever. From myself, it Shane Richie, from a very cold Wolford, this is

:05:02.:05:03.

One Direction. # Maybe it's the way she walked

:05:04.:05:30.

straight into my heart and stole it. # Through the doors and past the

:05:31.:05:34.

guards, just like she already own it.

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# I said, can you give it back to me?

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# She said, never in your wildest dreams.

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# And we danced all night to the best song ever.

:05:50.:05:55.

# We knew every line, now I can't remember.

:05:56.:05:59.

# How it goes, but I know that I won't forget her.

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# Because we danced all night to the best song ever.

:06:03.:06:06.

# I think it went over, oh, oh. # I think it went yet, yeah, yeah.

:06:07.:06:15.

# Said her name was George arose. # And her daddy was a dentist. --

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Georgia Rose. # Said I had a dirty mouth.

:06:22.:06:27.

# But she kissed me like she meant it.

:06:28.:06:32.

# I said, can I take you home with me?

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# She said, never in your wildest dreams.

:06:36.:06:40.

# And we danced all night to the best song ever.

:06:41.:06:44.

# We knew every line, now I can't remember.

:06:45.:06:49.

# How it goes, but I know that I won't forget her.

:06:50.:06:53.

# Because we danced all night to the best song ever.

:06:54.:06:56.

# I think it went oh, oh, oh. # I think it went yeah, yeah, yeah.

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# You know, I know, you know I will remember you.

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# And I know, you know, I know you will remember me.

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# You know, I know, you know I will remember you.

:07:13.:07:15.

# I know, you know, I hope you will remember how we danced.

:07:16.:07:23.

# How we danced. # How we danced all night to the

:07:24.:07:27.

best song ever. # We knew every line, now I can't

:07:28.:07:31.

remember. # How it goes, but I know that I

:07:32.:07:36.

won't forget her. # Because we danced all night to the

:07:37.:07:41.

best song ever. # We danced all night to the best

:07:42.:07:44.

song ever. # We knew every line, now I can't

:07:45.:07:48.

remember. # How it goes, but I know that I

:07:49.:07:52.

won't forget her. # Because we danced all night to the

:07:53.:07:57.

best song ever. # I think it went oh, oh, oh.

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# I think it went yeah, yeah, yeah. # Best song ever, it was the best

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song ever. Thank you.

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Tonight 's star-studded evening is nearly at an end, so let's see what

:08:23.:08:28.

you have achieved. One last time, let's fire up the totaliser.

:08:29.:08:34.

Shane Richie introduces highlights from the fundraising extravaganza, featuring Torvill and Dean on the Strictly dance floor, Harry Hill recreating an iconic music video, and the cast of EastEnders lighting up Albert Square like you've never seen before.


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