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Children in Need Wales: The Best Bits

Matt Johnson presents highlights of Children in Need 2015. Including performances from the Children in Need choir.


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Derek Brockway can't resist a good work, especially when it is for

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Children In Need. And ten choirs from around the UK

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join together in song including our Welsh Choir in the arena.

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Now Llandudno is a lovely seaside town on the North

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Wales coast, it truly is a jewel set in a silver sea, but recently it was

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the scene of a breaking news story - here's Jamie Owen.

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Good evening and welcome to Wales Today. A yellow bear has been

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spotted on a tram in Llandudno. We will have a full report.

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Good evening and welcome to the programme. A mysterious yellow bear

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has been sighted in the seaside town of Llandudno in Conwy. Live to our

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reporter on the scene. Thanks, Jamie. It was around 10.00 this

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morning when the first reports came in of an injured bear spotted in

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parts of Llandudno. This picture appeared on the social media and

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later on, this shaky footage emerged and the bear seemed to be waving to

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passers-by. What was it like? There was a big bear and he was walking

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around waving to people and shaking their hand. He didn't speak, just

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mostly waving. Thank you. The sightings carried on throughout the

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day. Then, one of our reporters spotted the bear getting on to the

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tram. Here is the exclusive report. It was just before 2.00pm that we

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captured this amazing footage of the giant yellow bear. He appeared to

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pay his fare and carried on. We managed to catch up with him. Excuse

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me. What are you doing here? Are you hurt? What is your name? The large

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bear left the scene and his whereabouts remains a mystery.

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We are now at Ysgol Tudno. As the choir rehearse, all the talk is of

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that strange, yellow bear. Nobody is sure where he will appear next.

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Thank you. With new sightings being reported all over Wales, we will

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keep you posted on this breaking news story. It is time for the

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weather forecast now with Derek Brockway.

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And thanks to the pupils of Ysgol Tudno who helped us make

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As you saw there, they are part of our Children In Need Choir, who

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later on will be singing with our special guests Richard and Adam.

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How you doing? Very well. How are you? Very good. You are local lads.

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How does it feel to be here? It is amazing to be here in Llandudno and

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to be doing it for Children In Need. We love singing and to do it for

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Children In Need is fantastic. It is just up the road. Not far at all.

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Like Adam said, I can only say again, it has been amazing to be

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here. Thanks for having us on. Please, everyone, support Children

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In Need. Boys, go and get ready. Go and warm up. Well, I have got time

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to tell you that you can still donate to Children In Need.

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To give online now go to bbc.co.uk/pudsey,

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or you can donate ?10 by texting DONATE to 70710.

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Texts will cost ?10 plus your standard network message

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charge, and the whole ?10 will go to BBC Children In Need.

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You must be 16 or over and please ask the bill payer's permission.

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For full terms and conditions, and more information,

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Every donation seriously helps children here in Wales and across

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the UK. Now, our special guests are here, in Llandudno, Richard and

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Adam. APPLAUSE

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Many nights we've prayed # With no proof anyone could hear

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# In our hearts a hopeful song # We barely understood

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# Now we are not afraid # Although we know there's much to

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fear # We were moving mountains

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# Long before we knew we could hrn there can be miracles

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# When you believe # Though hope is frail

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# It's hard to kill # Who knows what miracles

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# You can achieve # When you believe

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# Somehow you will # You will when you believe

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# In this time of fear # When prayer so often proved in

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vain # Hope seemed like a summer bird

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# Too swiftly flown away # Yet now I'm standing here

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# With heart so full I can't explain Seeking faith and speaking words

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# I never thought I'd say #

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There can be miracles # When you believe

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# Though hope is frail # It's hard to kill

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# Who knows what miracles # You can achieve

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# When you believe # Somehow you will

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# You will when you believe # There can be miracles

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# When you believe # Though hope is frail

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# It's hard to kill # Who knows what miracles

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# You can achieve # When you believe

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# Somehow will # Now you will

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# You will when you believe # You will when you believe. #

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# You will when you # You will when you believe. #

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Richard and Adam with When You Believe. A film now about a charity

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that receives funding from Children In Need. It is a joyful, happy

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place. It is a hub for not just the childcare, but the family itself. It

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offers day-care for children with a range of conditions, such as autism,

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Down's syndrome and some with life-limiting illnesses. Your

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donations pay for Paula, the all-round mother hen and full-time

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outreach worker. Sometimes I see parents for the first time. They

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come here and they are desperate, they just want the best for their

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child. And they want their child to be able to be happy and feel safe

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and secure. Clever boy. Things were really difficult when Tristan was

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first born. Without the support of Y Bont we wouldn't be where we are

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today. The way the staff are to the children, it is fantastic. Can you

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see a red tomato? For Jackson, Y Bont makes a massive difference.

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Before he came here, he couldn't walk. He didn't talk, he wasn't very

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confident. He's flourished. He is a completely different boy. What you

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been doing? My daughter is called Bethany. She came to Y Bont when he

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was nine-months-old. Paula was so reassuring, I was so anxious. She is

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such a lovely person. Come and see me again soon because you have grown

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so much. Paula is Y Bont, Y Bont is Paula. In Paula's 17 years here, she

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has helped 2,000 families. I have been privileged to have worked with

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so many wonderful children over the years. They touch your heart. They

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really do. And to watch them reach their goals, you can't put a price

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on that. Paula has a very big heart. And not just for the children, but

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the staff, the parents, everybody. She is amazing. She does such a

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fabulous job. I have learnt everything from Paula. You can

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always go to Paula about anything. We all love Paula. She is lovely. We

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love her. She just is so proud of each and every one of those

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children. To me, this isn't a job, it's a way of life. You can help

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other children smile. Thank you. To give online now go

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to bbc.co.uk/pudsey, or you can donate ?10

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by texting DONATE to 70710. Texts will cost ?10 plus

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your standard network message charge, and the whole ?10 will go to

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BBC Children In Need. You must be 16 or over and please

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ask the bill payer's permission. For full terms and conditions,

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and more information, Now we are off to the Children In

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Need studio in Elstree. This is Ellie Goulding singing Army.

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# I'm a pain, I'm a child I'm afraid

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# I know that we don't look like much

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# Matter of fact I always thought you were too cool for me

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# All the nights we've been drunk on the floor

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# We both know what they say about us

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# But they don't stand a chance because

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# Dark times, you can always find the bright side

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# I'm amazed by the things that you would sacrifice

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# How you cringe when you sing out of tune

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# We both know what they say about us

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# But they don't stand a chance because

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# We both know what they say about us

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We're looking at the best bits of Children In Need,

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including what we got up to here at Venue Cymru in Llandudno.

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Now if you were watching BBC One on Thursday night,

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there was a Welsh invasion in north London with an entertainment

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Well, I was lucky enough to get a backstage pass.

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We are in the heart of London, Wembley Stadium is behind me. To my

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right is the Civic Centre library. The main reason is because Wembley

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Arena will be playing host to two Welsh legends and raising money.

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What are you looking forward to seeing tonight?

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Tom Jones. I been living there 28 years, still

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a Valley girl. Do you know any Tom Jones songs?

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No! By the end of tonight, you will. To touch the green, green grass of

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home. This is our exclusive look backstage at Rob Brydon's tribute to

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search Tom Jones. We are singing if you songs. I am

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starting to talk like him. Even thinking about him, you start to

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talk like him. Audience, good you applaud again as

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if we have just finished? Tom Jones!

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OK, Tom Jones, thank your for your time, are you looking forward to

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Children In Need? Yes. Rob Brydon. Welsh night.

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Lovely. It is great, for a very worthy

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cause. He is very funny. I like to think of it.

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And I am very funny as well, it is Welsh humour.

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I was 50 this year. You were 100. The new record is fantastic. A lot

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of people, they don't really care we are recording a TV programme.

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Just carry on talking. There he goes!

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He has done it again. Now, the story of another amazing

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journey for Children In Need. The team have hit the road again along

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with six young riders supported by a Children In Need project, their

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toughest challenge as they peddle 417 miles from lands end.

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To the east end. An incredible and challenging journey.

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And, for all six, and experience they will never forget.

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Are we ready? Tonight, the finish line is in sight.

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One of the highlights was when the team arrived in Elstree and Matt

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Baker and his fellow riders were greeted on stage by Fearne Cotton.

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It is so good to see you. I have been watching the whole story play

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out. And it has been incredible, I am so excited to meet you, so

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overwhelmed with what you have done. Let us get that total right now.

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It is coming up there. This was just the first of some

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amazing totals in a record-breaking year of fundraising. Still to come

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tonight. Gracing the stage at Venue Cymru,

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Hannah Grace. Derek Brockway joins a ramble for Children In Need.

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And the maddest four minutes of TV you will see this year. For now,

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back to Elstree. Singing Way Back Home, the legend

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himself, Rod Stewart. # I was just a little boy

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without a care # I remember looking up

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and seeing you there # I never wandered too far

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from your side # Cos all the love I needed

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was there in your eyes # We grew up in a war-torn city

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with a cast-iron wheel # Broken lives, darkened streets

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and twisted steel # But around our house

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the sky seemed so blue # And on a wing and a prayer

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we just muddled through # And we always kept the laughter

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and the smile upon our face # In that good old-fashioned British

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way with pride and faultless grace # I shall never forget

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those childhood days # Tell me what it was

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that made our family strong # As our defiant little island

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weathered the storm # There never seemed enough

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for my plate # You said be grateful

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Say grace, don?t complain # How can I ever thank you

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for the lessons that I've learnt? # And the precious warmth and

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comfort that I felt at every turn # And for those who

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sacrificed their lives # I hear your stories

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of rage and burning skies # And a nation

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with its back against the wall # And we always kept the laughter

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and the smile upon our face # In that good old-fashioned British

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way with pride and faultless grace # I shall never forget

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those childhood days Welcome back to Llandudno

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in beautiful North Wales, and with me is a man who lives

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about 15 minutes from here, How are you? Very good. Nice to see

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you in North Wales. Only five hours away, I am a bit jet

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lagged. All in the name of charity. You have made a film for us?

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I went to meet some inspirational people and some wonderful horses.

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Say no more, let us watch that film. High upon the hills here, I am

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meeting the owners, Lindsay and Ian, and their horse.

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I have always had horses and loved riding, and I believe it is very

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therapeutic. I want you to meet a young lady who

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has been coming here for three years.

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A long illness had a profound effect on her, she stopped going to school

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and missed out on a lot of her childhood.

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I was in and out of hospital when I was 11. I missed a lot of school, so

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I didn't have many friends. I had no confidence.

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I didn't talk to anyone. Her mum remembers a shy, troubled girl, who

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struggled with her illness. She would go to the hospital at the

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very beginning and would not talk to anybody.

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The nurses had to talk through me or her father, she would not answer.

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Regular contact with these horses has made a huge difference.

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If we are confident, the horse will be confident. A young person who is

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nervous and becomes confident gets a much better experience from the

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horse which will respond to them. It can be quite magical, the

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transformation. She is a much happier teenager now

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and her mum thinks without the farm things would have turned out very

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differently. I think she would be in a very bad

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place. She wasn't able to cope, to come out of her room on some days.

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Mum would do everything for me. Now, I can talk to people and have a lot

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more confidence. I don't rely on my mum now. I don't

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know where we would be without the place.

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It is just fantastic. To continue helping young people, we need more

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donations because this farmer arise on funding from Children In Need --

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this farm relies. To think these horses and people can

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change lives in such a positive way. Your money is making a difference.

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Right here in Wales. Animals changing people's lies, what

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did you take from that experience? It was a wonderfully humbling

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experience for me. As a big, strong farmer with three

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healthy children, it gives you a concept of what was going on with

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these children. It can be worse than what we saw.

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There is a lot more. We have shown this positive story

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but there is worse than that. Just one great example of your

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generous donations helping Children In Need right here in Wales.

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Thank you very much. To give online now go

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to bbc.co.uk/pudsey, or you can donate ?10

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by texting DONATE to 70710. Texts will cost ?10 plus

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your standard network message charge, and the whole ?10 will go to

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BBC Children In Need. You must be 16 or over and please

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ask the bill payer's permission. For full terms and conditions,

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and more information, Now there are lots of talented young

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musicians coming out of Wales at the moment, and our next guest

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has got a really amazing voice. Singing Meant to be Kind,

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this is Hannah Grace. Tell me how to be like you

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# Live my life as someone new # 'Cos every day the same pain

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begins to feel OK # But every night I close my eyes

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and it's there again # When you're down on the floor

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# Cut to the bone # Keep on breaking when you're broke

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# When never heals # It just seems to make it worse

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# Yeah it's gotta make you wonder # How it's supposed to make you

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stronger # I guess

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stronger # For good things only come with

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time # But every day the same pain begins

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to feel OK # But every night I close my eyes

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and it's there again # When you're down on the floor

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# Cut to the bone # Keep on breaking when you're broke

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# When time never heals # It just gets to make it worse

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# Oh it's gotta make you wonder # How it's supposed to make you

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stronger # When all you feel is cold

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# You don't know what you're feeling # When all you need is gone

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# There's nothing left but needing # You can't walk in the light

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# You're scared of the dark # Can't be who you were

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# Can't be who you are # No-one wants to know you

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# Nobody knows # When you're down on the floor

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# Cut to the bone # Keep on breaking when you're broke

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# When time never heals # It just seems to make it worse

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# Oh it's gotta make you wonder # How it's supposed to make you

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stronger # It's gotta make you wonder

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# How it's supposed to make you stronger. #

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Now it wouldn't be Children In Need without Derek Brockway.

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Before that, he impersonated the First Minister,

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but this year he wanted to support Children In Need by doing something

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that is close to his heart - walking in the Welsh countryside.

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It's a bright October morning and we are all meeting up here at the Red

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Cow Pub, raising money for Children In Need. Everyone ready? Yes! Let's

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go. Our walk starts on the dam at the

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end of the reservoir. If you are tall enough to see over the wall, it

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is not a bad view. This walk is one of many Children In Need rambles

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inspired by the Countryfile TV programme. You organised this walk.

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Who are all these people? There's a bunch of young farmers and farmers

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themselves and we have the ability to do this sort of thing and enjoy

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the views. Why not do it for a worthwhile charity like Children In

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Need? Also taking in the views, are some ambassadors from Mencap Cymru.

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They receive funding from Children In Need to help them get out more

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and make new friends. Sian Davies is from Mencap Cymru. Have you seen a

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big change in the people who have become ambassadors? Absolutely. Just

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really subtly to begin with, but in terms of confidence, their belief,

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their worth, and their relationships with each other, their families as

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well as they develop that independence. Ash is one of the

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Mencap ambassadors. What is it like being an ambassador? Yeah. Just be

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yourself? Yeah. You want people to respect you? Yes. What sort of

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things do you do being an ambassador, do you have lots of fun?

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Yeah, horse riding, drinking. That is all the things I like to do! I

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wonder if there are any horses around here today. Way up the field.

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Up the field. Wild horses. You know, this walk has been just right for

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everyone. Dogs, children, and even old crocs like me. I have had a

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great morning, walking in the fresh Welsh air, raising money for Pudsey.

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Right, let's carry on walking. And if you would like to add

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your own donation to the money raised by the young farmers on their

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walk, here's how you can do it. To give online now go

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to bbc.co.uk/pudsey, or you can donate ?10

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by texting DONATE to 70710. Texts will cost ?10 plus

0:34:210:34:24

your standard network message charge, and the whole ?10 will go to

0:34:250:34:27

BBC Children In Need. You must be 16 or over and please

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ask the bill payer's permission. For full terms and conditions,

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and more information, Now we take a few steps back in time

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for an Albert Square dance. I'm putting on my Top Hat

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# Tying up my white tie # Brushing off my tails

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# I'm dudin up my shirt front # Putting in the shirt studs

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# Polishing my nails. # If you're blue and you don't know

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where to go to # Why don't you go where fashion

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sits # Putting on the Ritz

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# Different types who wear a daycoat, pants with stripes

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# And cut away coat, perfect fits # Putting on the Ritz

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# Dressed up like a million dollar trouper

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# Trying hard to look like Gary Cooper

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# Super duper # Come let's mix where Rockefellers

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walk with sticks # Or umbrellas in their mitts

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# Putting on the Ritz # I'm putting on my Top Hat msh

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tying up my white tie # Brushing off my tails

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# Dancing in my tails. # Now one of the highlights

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of Children In Need in recent years has been the

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UK Choir - ten choirs from all over This year, our Welsh Choir is made

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up of children from four local Llandudno schools

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and, in my opinion, they are without # There's a voice inside my head

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saying # There's always gonna be

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another mountain # I'm always gonna

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wanna make it move # Ain't about what's waiting

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on the other side # But these are the moments that

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I'm gonna remember most, yeah # There's always gonna be

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another mountain # I'm always gonna

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wanna make it move # Ain't about what's waiting

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on the other side # There's always gonna be

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another mountain # I'm always gonna

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wanna make it move # There's always gonna be

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another mountain # I'm always gonna

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wanna make it move # Ain't about what's waiting

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on the other side # There's always gonna be

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another mountain # I'm always gonna

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wanna make it move # Ain't about what's waiting

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on the other side It gets me every time, well done to

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the schools who made up the Welsh choir this year. Now for something

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completely different. Good evening and welcome to the

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history of TV in four minutes. Me? I don't believe it.

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No! Sorry.

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In at number three it's Denis Waterman.

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# If you want to, I'll change the situation... #

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I've been stuck in there for 40 years!

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MUSIC: Theme to The Great British Bake Off

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That's pretty much all you need to know about TV.

0:47:530:48:17

Worth a donation to Children In Need, this is how to do it.

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To give online now go to bbc.co.uk/pudsey,

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or you can donate ?10 by texting DONATE to 70710.

0:48:360:48:38

Texts will cost ?10 plus your standard network message

0:48:390:48:40

charge, and the whole ?10 will go to BBC Children In Need.

0:48:410:48:43

You must be 16 or over and please ask the bill payer's permission.

0:48:440:48:46

For full terms and conditions, and more information,

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Back to Matt in Venue Cymru in Llandudno E.

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Our special guests here in Llandudno are two local boys who sprang to

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And now they play to audiences all over the world.

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This track from their new album is very appropriate for North Wales.

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Singing Climb Every Mountain, this is Richard and Adam.

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# Follow every byway Every path you know

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# Follow every rainbow Till you find your dream

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# A dream that will need All the love you can give

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# Every day of your life For as long as you live

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# Follow every rainbow Till you find your dream

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# A dream that will need All the love you can give

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# Every day of your life For as long as you live

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# Follow every rainbow Till you find your dream. #

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I always standard by the people we meet on days like, families coping

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with tough times, and fantastic project workers who want to help

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others. In the form you are about to see, we meet a project worker called

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Andy, there to help a family through their darkest days. He

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used music to do that. This is my brother's pyjamas,

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someone very clever them together a monkey.

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We didn't need him anymore. In January 20 13th, Dylan's brother

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Tyler was diagnosed with a rare neurological disease, infantile

0:52:480:52:55

dystrophy, there is no cure. To be told that actually he is going

0:52:560:52:58

to die, it was a tough day. Over the following months, Dylan

0:52:590:53:04

and his parents could only watch He couldn't walk and he was

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struggling to feed himself. And there came a point where he

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wasn't able to sit up any more, We needed to spend

0:53:150:53:17

as much time with him and make his life as happy as possible and make

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lots of lovely memories together. Hi, Dylan!

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How are you doing? We're being filmed today, Andy.

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I know! Andy is a music therapist from

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a charity called Thomas's Fund. He first visited the house 16 months

0:53:400:53:47

ago, when Tyler was still alive. He was just such a precious,

0:53:480:53:52

lovely boy. Every time I come to visit Dylan,

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Tyler is the reason. So Andy would set up the chimes

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and Tyler would be lying in my arms, and he moved his arm and

0:54:050:54:17

it would brush across the chimes. He did, didn't he?

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He used his hand. Those times I spent with Tyler

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on my lap, with Andy, Just over a year ago, Tyler finally

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lost his battle with the disease. The doctor came and shone

0:54:410:54:48

a light into his eyes and he said, "I'm so sorry, he's not alive any

0:54:490:55:03

more," and then my dad carried him out of the house, and he got put

0:55:040:55:06

into this van and was taken away. After Tyler passed away,

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Andy got in touch and he asked if Dylan would like to have

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some music sessions with him. When I see Dylan with Andy,

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I just see happiness. With your donations,

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we'd like to help more families It's only afterwards that you

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realise just how important those times were and why something

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like Thomas's Fund has such an important part to play in the

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lives of terminally ill children. He is still alive,

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he's just moved countries. But that's not the case,

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because he's really gone to heaven. To give online now go

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to bbc.co.uk/pudsey, or you can donate ?10

0:56:140:56:21

by texting DONATE to 70710. Here is Terry Wogan still making an

0:56:220:56:28

appearance on Children In Need. They want you to bring the Star Wars

0:56:290:56:37

super fan onstage for the first Totaliser of the

0:56:380:57:00

night. Sir,

0:57:010:57:02

I really think we need to hurry up. Need a lift to the Children In Need

0:57:030:57:35

studio? If I give you a lift, would you

0:57:360:57:37

help me push the Totaliser button? Wait, how did you hear

0:57:380:57:43

about the Totaliser? Sir Terry is no good

0:57:440:57:46

at keeping secrets. I have a Han Solo one back at home,

0:57:470:57:48

I can nip back and get it. According to my calculations, he

0:57:490:57:55

can't possibly make it back in time. You shall not this

0:57:560:58:07

Totaliser button press. I'm just letting you know,

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I am a huge Star Wars fan. I should be the one to press

0:58:190:58:42

the Totaliser button. Not if you can't do a basic Yoda

0:58:430:58:44

impression. Maybe I can't do a basic Yoda

0:58:450:58:46

impression, as you call it, Which one

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of you is shaking my cup of Rosie? Are you quite sure this is

0:58:500:59:20

the right way? I want to press that Totaliser

0:59:211:00:15

button. Someone who is a huge fan of

1:00:161:00:19

Star Wars. Yes, R2, I was expecting him to say,

1:00:201:00:34

you're fired! I'm afraid we are running really

1:00:351:00:38

late for our appearance on Oh, can I press the Totaliser

1:00:391:00:54

button, please? OK, if you're such a super fan,

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name all the Star Wars films. Star Wars 1:

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Carry On Storm Trooping. Star Wars 2:

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Carry On Building The Death Star. Star Wars 3:

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Carry On Up The Dagmar System. Yes, R2,

1:01:131:01:16

the stench in here is overwhelming. It must be some kind

1:01:171:01:40

of trash compactor. Our only hope

1:01:411:01:43

of pressing the Totaliser button. We made you a Millennium Falcon

1:01:441:01:56

cake. Have you eaten my Battenberg

1:01:571:02:02

cockpit? R2 is receiving

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another transmission. I heard you were looking for

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the ultimate Star Wars super fan. Before you answer,

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who got you into this business? You've done something

1:02:241:02:27

before you worked with us? Is it something anyone

1:02:281:02:32

has ever heard of? About this button thing,

1:02:331:02:36

I think I would be... Whatever.

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Come on. BB-8, you are the super fan

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we have been looking for. Let's press our button on the first

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Totaliser of the night. The money raised so far in Wales is a

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staggering ?1,665,582. Thank you for your amazing generosity.

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That is almost it for another year. Thank you for supporting Children In

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Need. If you were thinking about making a donation, it is really

1:04:021:04:06

easy. If you give ?10, that goes directly to Children In Need.

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Now, joined by our children's choir, this is Richard and Adam.

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# The power of love # A force from above

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# Cleaning my soul # Flame on burn desire

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# Love with tongues of fire # Purge the soul

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# Make love your goal # I'll protect you from the hooded

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claw # Keep the vampires from your door

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# When the chips are down I'll be around

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# With my undying, death-defying # Love for you

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# Envy will hurt itself # Let yourself be beautiful

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# Sparkling love, flowers # And pearls and pretty girls

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# Love is like an energy # Rushing in, rushing in, inside of

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me # Oh

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# The power of love # A force from above

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# Cleaning my soul # Flame on burn desire

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# Love with tongues of fire # Purge the soul

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# Make love your goal # This time we go sublime

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# Lovers entwine-divine, divine # Love is danger, love is pleasure

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# Love is pure, the only treasure # I'm so in love with you

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# Make love your goal # The power of love

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# A force from above # Cleaning my soul

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# Flame on burn desire # Love with tongues of fire

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# Purge the soul # Make love your goal. #

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Matt Johnson is in Llandudno with highlights of Friday night's appeal show, supporting BBC Children in Need in Wales and across the UK. Includes performances from local singing stars Richard and Adam and the Children in Need choir.