Part 3 BBC Children in Need


Part 3

The evening of fun and fundraising continues, with appearances by Selena Gomez, the cast of Kinky Boots, Years and Years, Nick Grimshaw and many more.


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Welcome back to Children in Need 2015!

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Let's get loud and make some noise for your hosts.

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MUSIC: "Let's Get Loud" by Jennifer Lopez

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And, swapping The Saturdays for one Friday night only,

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That was incredible! Strictly told me never to enter!

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It is great to be back on Children in Need.

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Sir Terry, I know you're watching us, so I promise we'll be

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And we're going to do you proud, Sir Terry.

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It's been an amazing night so far of fun and fundraising.

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And we've got all of this still to come.

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Every year on nights like this we meet some truly remarkable children.

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But the word "remarkable" doesn't even begin to do justice to the

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Here's my mate, Reggie Yates, to tell you more.

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When a child is in pain, everyone who loves them hurts.

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I want you to meet a truly amazing family.

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They are so strong, it is unbelievable.

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And I'm proud to say that your donations have helped them

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Stop talking - it'll go down quicker.

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What are you trying to say, Dad - I talk a lot?

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So do you think you're getting better?

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You are. You're fab, aren't you?

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He was seven months actually in the hospital.

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Maybe two or three weeks on a ventilator

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That's iron, isn't it? It is.

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Not knowing which way it's going to go, and then me having to tell

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his sister that he might be going to play with his nan,

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On May 17th last year, Daniel was playing

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on a bouncy castle in the back garden at home.

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And then when he came in, it was just...

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A split second and he just collapsed.

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I was saying, "If you can hear me, squeeze my hand.

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He just kept squeezing my hand the whole time.

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That's when we got the ambulance, didn't we?

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Yes. To the hospital, and it was straight in, and there

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Doctors battled to save Daniel's life.

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He'd suffered a brain bleed, with terrible consequences.

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In the beginning, he was just completely still

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and he had so many tubes coming off him, you couldn't tell that it was

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my brother, and I was expecting him to get up and say,

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"Beth, I'm fine! Don't worry about me."

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But he didn't, he just stayed still and didn't move.

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We knew he was paralysed, all the way down, all his body.

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But they couldn't tell us if he could hear hear, he'd have

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Anything. They couldn't tell us anything.

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You've got doctors coming up to talk to you and it's just constant and

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they're firing all these questions, and you're just numb, aren't you?

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They're feeding you that much information at once,

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Thankfully, there was someone to help make sense of it all.

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This is Fiona from the Child Brain Injury Trust,

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a charity supported by Children in Need.

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When you go into an acute hospital setting, it is very isolating,

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Being able to support families from those very early days

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Fiona, it's like she waved her magic wand and

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She's on your level, she knows what you're going through.

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Even if you didn't understand what the doctors were going on about,

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You know, she answered a lot of Beth's questions

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in a way that Beth understood. More than I could ever do.

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..and how much harder it must be for Daniel to do

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Bit by bit, Daniel learned to talk and walk all over again.

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Then after seven months in hospital, he came home.

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There's been over a dozen operations, and today,

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though he still can't swallow or eat like other children.

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But whenever the family needed a home visit or even

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She was just the right person there, who knew everything we needed

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to know. And she just did it.

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Thank you so much for what you've done for us.

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Thank you, Daniel. They're beautiful.

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Fiona was always helping me with my problems.

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Please help us to help more wonderful families like Daniel's

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You are a truly fantastic little boy and we think you are brilliant.

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That's what tonight is all about, showing how your money helps people

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So, please, if you can, donate tonight.

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If you haven't already done so, then perhaps now might be the time.

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You can call 03457 33 22 33 or you can donate online.

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Every single penny will be spent helping wonderful families

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And it's never been easier to donate to Children in Need.

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You can donate on the BBC Children in Need website,

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using your debit or credit card, or with your PayPal account.

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Pay in your money at all major banks, building

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Send a cheque or a postal order to BBC Children in Need.

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Or telephone to donate or tell us how much you have raised.

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Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles will apply.

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Every single penny you donate will help to make a big, big difference.

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Do you think that applause was for us? It is not for us!

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And news that our next act is performing has very

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There is a woman here who is so excited. She has not stopped!

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But that's what you get, Grimmy, for having one of the world's biggest

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Singing Same Old Love, please go crazy for Selena Gomez.

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# So don't you try and change your mind

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Now, earlier this evening, we saw the cast members of

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Call The Midwife swap hot towels for tutus and take a turn

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But it's back to more familiar territory for the Midwife cast now,

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Here's an exclusive preview of this year's Call The Midwife

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And so the Bishop said that BBC television want to film a carol

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service in an ordinary London church and broadcast on Christmas Day. How

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nice. I think it would be more than nice, it would be wonderful for the

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whole of the parish. Our parish? I should have made that clear. I think

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it sounds tremendous. The children will enjoy it. But filming in a

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church? My sentiments exactly. Is nothing sacred? To my mind,

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Christmas is the most sacred festival of all. Sharing a religious

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service with millions is a really good way to remind them of that. Not

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to mention frightfully glamorous! I rest my case! People have forgotten

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what it is about. Mrs Turner has agreed to take the children's choir,

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and I was thinking we could create a crib scene and place a real newborn

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baby in the manger. One of hours? Yes. I was rather hoping to see Ms

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Gilbert, the producer of the TB broadcast is coming to inspect the

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church... Tomorrow is a very busy day. Miss Gilbert will be occupied.

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of ornamental plaster work. It always photographed so well. Wonders

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with the elbow grease. Our cleaning lady is called Mrs Willens. Whatever

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she is called, you have to add to artistic presentation. The

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children's pageant is completely essential. Do you mean the nativity

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play, -- nativity play? The nativity scene. I know how children add to

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the sparkle. And they must thing. I have that in hand. And they must be

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in costume. Mrs Turner has that in hand as well. The aesthetic is

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vital. We cannot have anybody looking poor.

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Lots of fun we will see. Ho, Ho, Ho! Merry Christmas! It is worthy of

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the poet Laureate. Come on, you stragglers! You are married to the

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Lady in the sewing shop? He is a cousin of mine. Well caught!

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That wouldn't have happened if Sir Terry was here.

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Now it's over to John Craven and his Countryfile team.

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They've been set their toughest nature assignment yet,

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to try and locate that rarest of bears, the lesser spotted Pudsey.

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This year, Countryfile viewers have been raising money for Children in

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Need well taking in the great British countryside. Sponsored

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country far rambles have been taking place up and down the country. Our

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view is got behind their lenses to capture the colour of the

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countryside for our annual photographic competition. Only the

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best 12 were selected for the Countryfile 2016 calendar. Last year

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they're sold 350,000 copies. It supports the work of Children in

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Need across the UK. This year we are hoping it can raise even more. How

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are you doing? The winning photo really inspired me. It took a lot of

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time and effort to get it. I thought I would have a go myself. I have

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been told there is a rare bear around the countryside. I have been

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waiting all day to try to capture it on camera. Oh, no! Too late.

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Let's find out how much Countryfile have raised.

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Thank you so much, John, Ellie and all of you at home who bought

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Now, Grimmy, what would you think if I said Kinky Boots to you?

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I would think of the picture I sent to you on Snapchat.

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Performing Everybody Say Yeah, please give it up for the West End

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Well, Boss, is this what you had in mind?

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# You can throw out the old way cos it's been done

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# Witness the future of Price and Son

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# A life of broken heels got you down?

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# Get up Get it on and

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# Get in step with the kinky revolution

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# Say yeah, yeah Yeah, yeah

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# Say yeah Say yeah

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# Can you picture this glamorous fashion exhibition

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# I see flashbulb lights and fashion heights

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Ladies and gentlemen, please help me welcome our niche market!

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A belting performance from the cast of Kinky Boots.

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And don't forget they've donated their time tonight in the hope that

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you'll donate your money to help children right here in the UK.

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Year after year, so many great performers support

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And last night, this brilliant tradition continued

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as BBC One saw a whole host of stars join Sir Tom and Rob Brydon

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In case you missed it, here's a taste of One Big Night

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# Baby, baby, everything is all right, uptight.

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# I just want your extra time and your...

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# Come along, little children, come along.

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What a wonderful night of entertainment!

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Shall we find out how much One Big Night for Children in Need raised?

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And a huge thank you to Sir Tom Jones,

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Rob Brydon and all the performers, who kindly gave their time.

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Next we'd like to show you a very powerful film that shows how

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Children in Need can be there for families when their everyday lives

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One day everything is normal and the next, well, everything changes.

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Here's someone I know well, Marvin Humes, to tell you more.

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Anyone who's lost someone special knows how much it can hurt.

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Grief is tough but for children it can hit especially hard.

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This is a film about a young boy who's had to deal

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His name is Jeevan and we'd like to thank him

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Oh, that's a nice picture of you and Dad.

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He is a very sweet boy, just like his dad.

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It was my dad's birthday on that day.

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We were planning on going to get him some nice shoes.

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Jeevan's dad got up, a very early riser.

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He took his boys downstairs, gave them their breakfast.

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He went into the bathroom, that's when Jeevan's mum heard quite

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She jumped out of bed and went into the bathroom.

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Mum went with him to the hospital and I went to my next door

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neighbours and they looked after me and my brother for the whole day.

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When I got back to my house there were loads of family

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members in the house and I went into my room and just stayed in my room.

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My dad was the best dad in the world.

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At the funeral service Jeevan bravely paid tribute to his father.

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You will always stay in mine, Jay's and Mum's hearts.

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But in the weeks that followed his family became increasingly

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I used to get angry with everyone in the house.

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I used to stay up really late and not go to sleep.

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He wouldn't eat properly and it got to the point

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He would cover his face and he would scratch his own face.

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We were trying to comfort him but we couldn't help.

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That's when we made that decision that Jeevan was

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At Edwards Trust in Birmingham your donations pay for

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Jeevan has been coming to see her for a year or so now.

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I think he wanted to make his mum proud and his dad proud.

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Being the man of the house at a time when he was really quite

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Holding it all in is not good for a young person.

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So anything that we can do to help them express their feelings,

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This is the canvas I made to represent my dad.

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It reminds me of some of the fun times we had together as a family.

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Devoted is because he was always there for me.

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Counselling did change Jeevan's life.

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It gave him the ability to look forward into his future.

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I never thought just talking to you would help that much

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Your donations have helped Jeevan and other like him

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That is how the money you send affects people.

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Our love goes to Jeevan and his family.

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We know they've got a long way to go but it's good to know that projects

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like Edwards Trust are there to help families when they really need it.

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A donation of ?20 funds one counselling session

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You've seen how important that work is.

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Please pick up the phone tonight and call.

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The number as always is 03457 33 22 33.

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Or you can donate online at bbc.co.uk/pudsey.

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Now, Nick, we all know you like to witter on, don't you?

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Wait, so what's happening here is Rochelle from The Saturdays is

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accusing me, Radio 1's Nick Grimshaw, of wittering on and on for

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ages and ages, filling every moment of silence with whichever words just

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happen to fall into my mind while never letting anyone else get

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Is that what you're accusing me of, Rochelle from The Saturdays?

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I've forgotten where I was going now.

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Well, the stars of Radio 4 comedy like to witter on too.

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Yes, especially for Children in Need, the cream of British

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comedy have been given free reign to talk and talk and talk.

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So, here they are with their very own shaggy-dog joke.

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So she went to the local dog rescue home.

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"Were you looking for a particular kind of dog?"

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"I would quite like a shaggy dog if you have one."

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"Madam, we have here the shaggiest dog you have ever seen in your

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"I've seen a lot dogs in my time, young man,

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"Just you wait and see, said the man."

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And he returned with a very, very, very, shaggy dog.

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"Isn't that the shaggiest dog you have ever seen in your life?"

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And so the woman bought the shaggy dog and brought it

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"Meet our new dog. isn't she the shaggiest dog you have

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And her family said, she certainly was.

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"We have never seen such a shaggy dog.

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In fact, she is so shaggy, you should show her to the local MP."

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So the woman and her family took the train to London.

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Because their MP was not able to spend

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as much time in their constituencies as they would have liked to.

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Though, of course, they were still very committed to

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Well, I am always utterly delighted to meet any of my constituents who,

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are the salt of the earth and the decent, hard working people

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I am a little busy to meet their ordinary decent dogs individually."

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"I really think you want to see this one.

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Isn't she the shaggiest dog you have ever seen in your life?"

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In fact, the duty is clear, we need to show her to the Prime Minister."

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And so off they went to 10 Downing Street.

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And while the family distracted the police at the door with

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their regional accents, the woman and the MP went inside

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"I'm sorry to interrupt you, Prime Minister."

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"I should think so too," said the Prime Minister.

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"I'm just about to chair a meeting with

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Once I have done that, I am was about to boil an egg

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"I'm sure you should but before you do, this woman bought a shaggy dog

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Isn't she the shaggiest dog you ever saw in your life?"

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You were quite right to show her to me.

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The importance of such remarkable shagginess in a

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In fact, come with me, we must show her to the Queen."

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So, off they went to Buckingham Palace.

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Before long, they were standing there in the Throne Room itself,

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"Your Majesty, you know I don't normally like to bother you

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unless London is on fire, or someone has sunk your battleship.

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This lady has bought a quite remarkably shaggy dog."

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"Here she is, isn't she the most shaggiest dog you

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So she showed her the dog and the Queen said...

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I'd like to take a moment to remind you why we are all here tonight.

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That is to raise as much money as possible for the thousands

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of children across the UK who need your help and support.

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Please, pick up the phone and call now.

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Thank you to all those top comedians who gave up their time.

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Time now to pay tribute to the unsung heroes of Children in

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Need night, those amazing volunteers at BT who take your calls and make

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it possible for your donations to get to the children who need it.

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Once again, DTR supporting Children in Need by providing the technology

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and phone lines needed to process your donations are. The volunteers

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will handle thousands of calls from people like you wanting to make a

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difference, so I am here to meet them and provide moral support for

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the big day. It is lovely to meet you, thank you for letting me come

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along. You took 16,000 calls last year, any calls that have been

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emotional? We have had people that have not had much money, scrimping

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and scraping, but they are willing to donate their last pound or

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whatever to the cause of Children in Need. The time is upon us, Children

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in Need need your help again, is everybody ready? Telephones,

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headsets, water, ears! Yes! Pudsey! We want to keep those good

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volunteers busier than ever tonight. The number to call

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is 03457 33 22 33. Now, earlier on, we showed you

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Children in Need's very own And, as with all things Star Wars,

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it sent the internet Ah, yes, hyperdrive -

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the means by which star ships enter hyperspace - allowing them to

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traverse vast distances A key technology in the foundation

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of intergalactic society, trade and Might have booked tickets

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for the midnight screening. Well, for Grimmy and all

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the other massive Star Wars fans out there, here's another chance to see

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our Children in Need special. They want you to bring the Star Wars

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super fan onstage for the first Totaliser of the

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night. Sir,

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

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studio? If I give you a lift, would you

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

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about the Totaliser? Sir Terry is no good

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

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

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

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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

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

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impression. Maybe I can't do a basic Yoda

:40:01.:40:03.

impression, as you call it, Which one

:40:04.:40:05.

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

:40:06.:40:38.

the right way? I want to press that Totaliser

:40:39.:41:31.

button. Someone who is a huge fan of

:41:32.:41:35.

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

:41:36.:41:50.

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

:41:51.:41:54.

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

:41:55.:42:11.

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

:42:12.:42:14.

name all the Star Wars films. Star Wars 1:

:42:15.:42:28.

Carry On Storm Trooping. Star Wars 2:

:42:29.:42:30.

Carry On Building The Death Star. Star Wars 3:

:42:31.:42:32.

Carry On Up The Dagmar System. Yes, R2,

:42:33.:42:34.

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

:42:35.:42:56.

of trash compactor. Our only hope

:42:57.:42:59.

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

:43:00.:43:12.

cake. Have you eaten my Battenberg

:43:13.:43:18.

cockpit? R2 is receiving

:43:19.:43:19.

another transmission. I heard you were looking for

:43:20.:43:32.

the ultimate Star Wars super fan. Before you answer,

:43:33.:43:39.

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

:43:40.:43:43.

before you worked with us? Is it something anyone

:43:44.:43:48.

has ever heard of? About this button thing,

:43:49.:43:52.

I think I would be... Whatever.

:43:53.:44:10.

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

:44:11.:44:18.

we have been looking for. Thanks so much to Warwick

:44:19.:44:45.

and all the Star Wars crew. Earlier tonight we showed you a film

:44:46.:45:05.

about a little girl called Abbie. Here to introduce it is

:45:06.:45:10.

Dame Helen Mirren. Over the years on Children in Need,

:45:11.:45:16.

we have introduced you to many wonderful,

:45:17.:45:19.

inspiring and brave families. They have been through things

:45:20.:45:24.

the rest of us simply can't begin Their grace and dignity

:45:25.:45:27.

in the face of unspeakable pain is Now, we don't show you

:45:28.:45:32.

these films to upset you. We show them because time after

:45:33.:45:39.

time, you continue to help us to This is a very sad film,

:45:40.:45:42.

but a really important one. I'd like you to introduce

:45:43.:45:53.

you to 15-year-old Abbie. When Abbie was just 11, her father,

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Brian, When you hear news like that...

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It didn't feel real. It felt very surreal, because you

:46:04.:46:12.

never expect it to happen to you. Brian fought hard

:46:13.:46:18.

against the illness and he was still fighting eight months later,

:46:19.:46:21.

when Abbie was chosen to run We really hoped that Brian would be

:46:22.:46:24.

able to go and see that, but I can remember him

:46:25.:46:32.

saying to me just before, It was a lovely moment

:46:33.:46:40.

and it just made him so happy. It was only a couple of weeks

:46:41.:46:49.

after that that he died, yeah. I think

:46:50.:46:55.

about him pretty much every day. When my dad passed away,

:46:56.:46:59.

me and my mum got a lot closer, She is extremely strong,

:47:00.:47:08.

really brave, inspiring... Me and Abbie just said to each other

:47:09.:47:17.

one day, you know, Just two years after losing her

:47:18.:47:25.

father, unbearably, Abbie's mum When you told me, I felt really

:47:26.:47:40.

numb and I was really scared. I can just remember you not

:47:41.:47:53.

being able to breathe. Yes. And I said, "Abbie,

:47:54.:47:56.

you need to breathe." Yeah. It was just such

:47:57.:47:58.

an awful thing to have to do. I can remember my mum saying that

:47:59.:48:09.

it wasn't curable I felt like all my strength that I

:48:10.:48:12.

put to dealing with my dad and his death, I didn't feel that I

:48:13.:48:22.

was strong enough to have to go When her father was coming to

:48:23.:48:26.

the end of his life, Abbie had bereavement counselling here,

:48:27.:48:34.

at Saint Gemma's Hospice in Leeds. You could make these for Christmas

:48:35.:48:40.

presents... Abbie doesn't like to just sit

:48:41.:48:48.

and talk, so we always do different activities, and so we've done lots

:48:49.:48:51.

of creative things and some sewing and cooking and different things

:48:52.:48:57.

that Abbie enjoys to do. So if I come in

:48:58.:49:04.

and I'm a bit upset and I'm not really into talking, Nick can kind

:49:05.:49:08.

of tell that, and try to help me to talk a bit more and get my feelings

:49:09.:49:11.

out. You can tell when she's been

:49:12.:49:13.

to a session. She'll come back and it's like

:49:14.:49:15.

the weight has been lifted off her Although Abbie has other family,

:49:16.:49:19.

including a brother who lives away now, the future

:49:20.:49:28.

can sometimes seem daunting. I see Nick, and talking to Nick,

:49:29.:49:31.

I kind of get more strength. And I know that

:49:32.:49:38.

when my mum does pass away, Thanks to Children in Need,

:49:39.:49:42.

Nick is there for Abbie Well, her mum has been

:49:43.:49:50.

thinking about that. Before Brian died, we were friends

:49:51.:50:00.

with Steve and Tracey, and Bethany, and when I found out that I was

:50:01.:50:05.

terminally ill, you know, that they were happy to

:50:06.:50:09.

take on Abbie. What we've talked about is that we

:50:10.:50:16.

will do the right thing for Abbie and we will steer her

:50:17.:50:18.

in the way that makes her happy. I'm really grateful that there are

:50:19.:50:26.

people there that can support you in the future.

:50:27.:50:30.

Yes. I suppose if I had anything to say

:50:31.:50:33.

to you, it would be - work hard. And do me proud.

:50:34.:50:37.

Yes. Abbie and her mum, Jo,

:50:38.:50:42.

have been watching We send all our love

:50:43.:51:13.

and support to them both. Now, here to lend

:51:14.:51:17.

their support to Children in Need are Years And Years with

:51:18.:51:24.

their beautiful song, Eyes Shut. And the boys would love you to phone

:51:25.:51:28.

and donate while they're singing. # Nothing's gonna hurt me

:51:29.:51:40.

with my eyes shut # Nothing's gonna hurt me

:51:41.:52:23.

with my eyes shut # Nothing's gonna hurt me

:52:24.:53:32.

with my eyes shut # Nothing's gonna hurt me

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with my eyes shut Now, Nick,

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we've got an important job to do. It's our very first Totaliser

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together! Giant Totaliser-type thing, tell

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us how much money we've raised! 32 million! That is phenomenal. That

:55:17.:55:42.

is insane. Well done. But please stay with us and please

:55:43.:56:04.

keep those donations coming in. We're running out

:56:05.:56:11.

of ways to say thank you to all Good job EastEnders' Jake Wood's

:56:12.:56:14.

here to help. Once again, the customers and staff

:56:15.:56:25.

at Asda have been raising money for Children in Need. I have decided to

:56:26.:56:30.

come down to one of their stores to see if I can get involved. What can

:56:31.:56:36.

I do to help? You need to look the part. Follow me.

:56:37.:56:47.

Here we go. First customer. Let's hope she does not watch Coronation

:56:48.:56:56.

Street. Fantastic! Thank you for buying be is. It is my first day.

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Could be my last. Perfect! Thank you very much. We are going to buy some

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years. Thank you to all the customers who have donated for

:57:13.:57:15.

Children in Need. You are all heroes!

:57:16.:57:20.

A big, big thank you to the staff and customers of Asda.

:57:21.:57:28.

Now, Rochelle, I have some exciting news.

:57:29.:57:45.

Texts will cost ?10 plus your standard network message charge

:57:46.:58:00.

and the whole ?10 will go to BBC Children in Need.

:58:01.:58:04.

For full terms and conditions, visit bbc.co.uk/pudsey.

:58:05.:58:10.

And don't forget you can still phone or go online to donate as well.

:58:11.:58:53.

So, grab your phone, sit back and relax, because we have

:58:54.:59:00.

Coming up, the West End cast of Beautiful. Girls Aloud and West live

:59:01.:59:16.

join forces. And Anastacia sings live.

:59:17.:59:29.

But now it's back to the Queen Vic, where Peter Andre

:59:30.:59:39.

and his dance partner, Janette, are about to face

:59:40.:59:41.

Sadly it is almost closing time. Before last orders, I have Peter and

:59:42.:59:54.

his beautiful dance partner, Jeanette, here to play a game called

:59:55.:00:01.

Strictly No Dancing. After 11 weeks, how well do you know each other? If

:00:02.:00:06.

I feel you are as good of the dance floor as you are on, you're going to

:00:07.:00:12.

win this. Film it'll put it together. Who needs this Strictly

:00:13.:00:17.

glitter ball trophy? Round one. Strictly No Dancing. This will test

:00:18.:00:34.

how well you know Peter. Your answers are on the boards you are

:00:35.:00:40.

holding. I will ask the questions that I asked Jeanette. Once you

:00:41.:00:47.

answer, she will reveal her answers, we will see if they match. Let's

:00:48.:00:59.

begin. Here we go. Peter, what did chinette say is your favourite snack

:01:00.:01:10.

in the training room? A Snickers bar. Eminem with peanuts. I am

:01:11.:01:20.

sticking with that, I like Jeanette. Other chocolate bars available. The

:01:21.:01:33.

answer was... Pistachio nuts! I thought, it will be wrong now!

:01:34.:01:38.

Question number two. I like pistachios as well. Not as much as

:01:39.:01:46.

M! What word would you use to describe Jeanette? Awesome. That is

:01:47.:01:58.

a good word! One word, did you say or some? Patient! She is awesome,

:01:59.:02:12.

man! Two wrong. She does have to put up with me. Only a 1 word answer!

:02:13.:02:21.

The final question, Peter, we want this. What do you think your

:02:22.:02:29.

favourite feature is? What do I think? Gosh. You are trying to think

:02:30.:02:41.

like you have got loads of them. It is actually the opposite! Unlike

:02:42.:02:51.

gorgeous Shane Richie here! Answer? My thumb. You're some? I am not

:02:52.:03:00.

going to say I look good! What was the answer? Your chest. You are

:03:01.:03:09.

known for your man boobs! A big round of applause! Three wrong. Your

:03:10.:03:17.

man boobs, you are famous for them! It is time for our final round of

:03:18.:03:21.

Strictly No Dancing, it is all to play for.

:03:22.:03:29.

We will test how well you work together as a team. You will place

:03:30.:03:39.

one of these on your forehead, and you will have to guess who it is.

:03:40.:03:49.

Who is that? She is sitting there. So you have to guess as many as you

:03:50.:03:54.

can. The time is up when I ring this bell. Your time starts now. Go. If

:03:55.:04:04.

you want to put a ring on it... Beyonce. She loved Kermit The Frog.

:04:05.:04:15.

Miss Piggy. She makes beautiful cakes, she is a star of making

:04:16.:04:28.

cakes... Every... -- Janette. An Australian singer. Kylie Minogue. We

:04:29.:04:36.

are out of time. In the words of Bruce Forsyth, didn't he do well! Do

:04:37.:04:44.

we win? You have one. Congratulations. Let's hope they do

:04:45.:04:49.

better on the dance floor tomorrow night. You get to take home the

:04:50.:04:55.

trophy. From all of us, thank you so much, goodbye, and I hope you have

:04:56.:05:02.

had as much fun as we have, we have had a wonderful night with these

:05:03.:05:07.

wonderful guests. Peter, thank you for being my house band tonight.

:05:08.:05:11.

Everybody, finish your drinks, we have got to go home. At night,

:05:12.:05:13.

everybody! Now,

:05:14.:05:20.

whether you've gone on a ramble, baked a cake or picked up the phone

:05:21.:05:22.

tonight, you are all heroes. Without you it wouldn't be possible

:05:23.:05:25.

for Children And here to tell you

:05:26.:05:29.

a little bit more about some I'm always astounded and humbled

:05:30.:05:33.

by the people we meet Brave families coping with

:05:34.:05:38.

incredibly tough times, and fantastic project workers

:05:39.:05:43.

who just want to help others. In the film you're about to see, we

:05:44.:05:48.

meet a project worker called Andy. He was there to help

:05:49.:05:52.

a family through their darkest days, This is my brother's pyjamas,

:05:53.:05:55.

and someone very clever knitted them Because Tyler had died

:05:56.:06:07.

by this point, In January 2013, Dylan's brother

:06:08.:06:12.

Tyler was diagnosed with a rare neurological disease, infantile

:06:13.:06:22.

metachromatic leukodystrophy. Being told that actually

:06:23.:06:29.

he's going to die We were just in total shock,

:06:30.:06:36.

weren't we? Over the following months, Dylan

:06:37.:06:43.

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

:06:44.:06:46.

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

:06:47.:06:54.

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

:06:55.:06:58.

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

:06:59.:07:05.

lots of lovely memories together. Hi, Dylan!

:07:06.:07:12.

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

:07:13.:07:14.

I know! Andy is a music therapist from

:07:15.:07:20.

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

:07:21.:07:27.

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

:07:28.:07:35.

lovely boy. Every time I come to visit Dylan,

:07:36.:07:40.

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

:07:41.:07:44.

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

:07:45.:07:56.

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

:07:57.:08:02.

He used his hand. Those times I spent with Tyler

:08:03.:08:12.

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

:08:13.:08:20.

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

:08:21.:08:32.

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

:08:33.:08:39.

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

:08:40.:08:45.

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

:08:46.:08:56.

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

:08:57.:08:59.

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

:09:00.:09:03.

I just see happiness. With your donations,

:09:04.:09:08.

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

:09:09.:09:13.

realise just how important those times were and why something

:09:14.:09:22.

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

:09:23.:09:27.

lives of terminally ill children. He is still alive,

:09:28.:09:32.

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

:09:33.:09:42.

because he's really gone to heaven. Our thoughts go to Dylan

:09:43.:09:48.

and his family. We know he has a long road ahead

:09:49.:10:02.

of him but, with Andy alongside, we hope it will become

:10:03.:10:06.

a little bit easier. And that's what your money does,

:10:07.:10:09.

it makes life better Just ?40 provides

:10:10.:10:12.

a music-therapy session You can donate ?10 by texting

:10:13.:10:17.

the word DONATE to 70710. Texts will cost ?10 plus your

:10:18.:10:25.

standard network message charge. And don't forget you can still

:10:26.:10:28.

phone to donate, or go online. They've made a mad dash

:10:29.:10:43.

across London to be here tonight. of the award-winning hit Beautiful:

:10:44.:10:49.

The Carole King Musical. # They say the neon lights

:10:50.:11:05.

are bright on Broadway # On Broadway, they say

:11:06.:11:13.

there's magic in the air # But when you're walking

:11:14.:11:17.

down that street # The glitter rubs right off

:11:18.:11:23.

and you're nowhere # But looking at them

:11:24.:11:32.

just gives me the blues # And one thin dime

:11:33.:11:47.

won't even shine your shoes # They say that I won't

:11:48.:12:03.

last too long on Broadway # I'll catch a Greyhound bus

:12:04.:12:17.

for home, they say # But they're dead wrong

:12:18.:12:32.

I know they are # They say that

:12:33.:12:34.

I won't last too long # And when I knew I'd have to face

:12:35.:12:40.

another day # Now your love is the key

:12:41.:13:35.

to my peace of mind # You make me feel

:13:36.:13:54.

like a natural woman # You make me feel

:13:55.:14:10.

like a natural # You make me feel

:14:11.:14:49.

like a natural woman # You've got to get up every morning

:14:50.:15:09.

with a smile on your face # And show the world

:15:10.:15:39.

all the love in your heart # Then people gonna treat you better

:15:40.:15:46.

You're gonna find # Waiting at the station

:15:47.:15:49.

with a workday wind a-blowing # And I've got nothing to do

:15:50.:16:06.

but watch the passers-by # Mirrored in their faces

:16:07.:16:13.

I see frustration growing # And they don't see it showing

:16:14.:16:18.

Why do I? # You've got to get up every morning

:16:19.:16:25.

with a smile on your face # And show the world all the love

:16:26.:16:30.

in your heart # I have often asked myself

:16:31.:16:36.

the reason for the sadness # In a world where tears

:16:37.:16:57.

are just a lullaby # You've got to get up every morning

:16:58.:17:03.

with a smile on your face # And show the world

:17:04.:17:21.

all the love in your heart Please give it up for the cast

:17:22.:17:27.

of Beautiful. Really interesting! They went off

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and you grabbed one of their faces. It is good you told me you were

:19:02.:19:05.

friends. Now, here are even more great

:19:06.:19:06.

supporters of BBC Children in Need The people of Horsham braved the

:19:07.:19:17.

elements to raise money for Children in Need at a Rotary street party.

:19:18.:19:25.

And the weather did not dampen Dave Benson and Pudsey's spirits. Costco

:19:26.:19:34.

supported Children in Need for the past 18 years. They really know how

:19:35.:19:40.

to put the fun in fundraising. Customers and staff are getting

:19:41.:19:44.

involved in a lot of activities, including face painting and fancy

:19:45.:19:54.

dress. All four Pudsey. The dynamic duo Round Table and ladies Circle

:19:55.:19:58.

joined forces for an afternoon of tea and games in aid of Children in

:19:59.:20:03.

Need. Every single penny counts. Anything you can give, you know the

:20:04.:20:07.

money will go to children and need in your local community. -- Children

:20:08.:20:13.

in Need. APPLAUSE

:20:14.:20:18.

I want tea and cake now! Well done. Now let's look at

:20:19.:20:30.

the fundraising efforts you've been # I'm ready for this, there's no

:20:31.:20:32.

denying # I'm ready for this, won't you hold

:20:33.:22:06.

my hand # If we can do ?65,500, we will be

:22:07.:22:46.

delighted. We have been singing songs all about Pudsey. # now we are

:22:47.:22:54.

on our way. I blame David Walliams! It is just a

:22:55.:23:24.

way we can all help by doing something we love. We have to wear

:23:25.:23:32.

our favourite clothes, dressed as a superhero or dressed as Pudsey.

:23:33.:23:42.

Can we get you to donate to Children in Need? Who are you? I am raising

:23:43.:23:54.

shed loads of cash for Children in Need. I've promised to hold onto

:23:55.:24:05.

height! How many laps have you done? I think it is two. Pudsey!

:24:06.:24:23.

So good to see the whole of the UK digging deep to do their bit.

:24:24.:24:37.

And don't forget, there are Children in Need-funded projects

:24:38.:24:43.

There's two in Halifax, 19 in Swansea and 66 in Birmingham.

:24:44.:24:57.

We will just want to say our thoughts are with everyone in Paris

:24:58.:25:01.

after the terrible events. Stephen is an eight-year-old boy who

:25:02.:25:13.

lives with his mum and dad at home. Sounds pretty typical, doesn't it?

:25:14.:25:18.

He has ASBO this syndrome and finds it difficult. -- as Pogo 's

:25:19.:25:27.

syndrome. He has undergone chemotherapy and a bone marrow

:25:28.:25:32.

transplant. A year after his diagnosis he suffered a relapse,

:25:33.:25:35.

which made his feature very bleak. His parents have taken the decision

:25:36.:25:39.

that man should give up work to look after him. Dad has also had to take

:25:40.:25:45.

unpaid leave from his job due to the stress. That makes many tight and

:25:46.:25:50.

the family has slipped into debt. They are in a dreadful situation.

:25:51.:25:55.

They would like to buy a more suitable bed full Stephen. Right now

:25:56.:26:00.

his mum and that have to lift him in and out of bed to give him

:26:01.:26:07.

medication. A bed that is lowered to the floor would really help but they

:26:08.:26:09.

cannot afford one. Every child deserves a safe and warm place to

:26:10.:26:13.

sleep. So simple but in so many families this is just not possible.

:26:14.:26:20.

There is, however, hope. An organisation supported by Children

:26:21.:26:23.

in Need provides emergency essentials to families living in

:26:24.:26:27.

crisis or extreme poverty. They help families when they really need it. I

:26:28.:26:32.

am pleased to tell you they have provided a new and more suitable bed

:26:33.:26:37.

so Stephen now has a better place to sleep. Daily life is hard but in a

:26:38.:26:41.

small Waigel money has helped him and his family. Sadly, Stephen is

:26:42.:26:47.

one of 3.7 million children living in poverty in the UK. That is an

:26:48.:26:53.

incredibly large number. These children live really tough lives.

:26:54.:26:57.

The thing is, none of this hardship is their fault. It is desperately

:26:58.:27:03.

unfair. Every year, Buttle UK received thousands of applications

:27:04.:27:07.

from families in desperate need of help. Because of your donations,

:27:08.:27:11.

Children in Need is there to support families. Please help.

:27:12.:27:17.

We want to continue helping these people.

:27:18.:27:41.

The whole ?10 will go to BBC Children in Need. Don't forget, you

:27:42.:27:50.

can still phone to donate. Now,

:27:51.:27:58.

we all know Grimmy likes a party. Anyone would think this

:27:59.:28:00.

link was planned. Welcome to a very special party

:28:01.:28:04.

game indeed, musical chairs! Now, we all grew up playing musical

:28:05.:28:08.

chairs as kids, but this is a game Joining us to play are four of your

:28:09.:28:11.

Saturday night dancing favourites. OK, so we know how

:28:12.:28:18.

musical chairs works. There are four of you

:28:19.:28:53.

and four chairs. When the music starts,

:28:54.:28:55.

I will take away a chair, you will dance around and

:28:56.:28:58.

when the music stops you sit down. Whoever misses out

:28:59.:29:03.

on a chair is out of the game. As you're all proven dancers,

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tonight you must recreate some So if we play jive music,

:29:06.:29:17.

we want to see kicks and flicks. If it's a samba, we'll be looking

:29:18.:29:21.

for some serious booty shaking! As if the dancing part is not

:29:22.:29:26.

challenging enough, you will be I am used to dancing, just not being

:29:27.:29:51.

blindfolded. That is the tough bit, I think. For us, this is really

:29:52.:30:00.

funny. For them, it is really hard. Judy, how are you feeling? Are you

:30:01.:30:04.

excited to be dancing on BBC One? No. Rasul, how are you? I am

:30:05.:30:23.

petrified. # I can feel the music in me.

:30:24.:30:28.

Frankie, congratulations on the baby. Are you delighted to be back

:30:29.:30:35.

on television, playing musical chairs? I feel like I have completed

:30:36.:30:44.

my whole career. The get everything you have achieved so far. This is

:30:45.:30:46.

it. Because you will all be playing

:30:47.:30:55.

for this, the Pudsey Blindfold OK, before we get started,

:30:56.:30:57.

a health-and-safety check. Don't dance off the mat,

:30:58.:31:05.

the chairs will always be somewhere Stand up, blindfolds on, please,

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and don't take them off unless you Rochelle, is she a cheat, Frankie?

:31:12.:31:41.

No. She is not. I can see a geek in your eye. You are enjoying this far

:31:42.:31:45.

too much. There will be three rounds

:31:46.:31:46.

of competition. Start dancing! I can't remember what

:31:47.:32:16.

to do! Judy is killing it! That is rodeo, not samba! But the blindfold

:32:17.:32:24.

down, you look like you are cheating, Judy. OK, find your

:32:25.:32:34.

chairs. Russell! It is between Frankie and Judy. Louis Smith is

:32:35.:32:43.

already on that one, Frankie! Take your blindfold off Tom Frankie. I am

:32:44.:32:55.

fuming! Frankie is the first one out. Judy, that was not a samba. You

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looked like you were riding a horse. Why does that surprise you?

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OK, we have three of you left and there will now only be two

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Time for round two, the tantalizing tango!

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Amazing scenes here on BBC One. Wow. OK, find your seats! Judy has a

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seat! That leaves rustle and Louis. Audience, who do you want to have a

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chair? Russell, you are out. Good work. I

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like how you were giving it a Frankenstein.

:34:39.:34:39.

You are, of course, playing for the coveted Pudsey

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There will only be one chair and can only be one winner,

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so get your dancing shoes on for the jumping jive!

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Watch them go! Time to take a seat. Judy found the seat!

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Congratulations. I never thought I would say this, but Judy has won a

:35:48.:35:54.

dancing competition. Everyone get around here. Maybe all you needed to

:35:55.:36:02.

do was kick your shoes off. How does it feel to be the first champion of

:36:03.:36:22.

blindfold musical chairs? The winner is Judy! How do you feel? It was

:36:23.:36:34.

only a matter of time. Louis, you missed out. I just had fun. I don't

:36:35.:36:38.

know if you could tell, but I was more interesting in the dancing than

:36:39.:36:42.

finding the chair. It was fun, right? I loved touching Judy up. I

:36:43.:36:49.

didn't know that was you! Do have fun, Frankie? It was great. For me,

:36:50.:36:55.

it was not long enough. You could carry on until two.

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Thanks to Louis, Frankie, Judy and Russell for being part

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of this historical event, back to you, Rochelle!

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Now, earlier tonight Harry Hill gave us a very special history lesson.

:37:12.:37:17.

On the syllabus, British television greats of the post-war period.

:37:18.:37:26.

For those of you who were late to class,

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Good evening and welcome to the history of TV in four minutes.

:37:30.:37:39.

In at number three, it's Denis Waterman.

:37:40.:39:13.

# 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 Strictly Come Dancing.

:40:06.:40:52.

MUSIC: Theme to The Great British Bake Off

:40:53.:41:05.

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

:41:06.:41:30.

Now, Rochelle, what do you get if you cross Westlife and Girls Aloud?

:41:31.:41:46.

I don't know, Grimmy, what do you get if you cross

:41:47.:41:49.

It's not a joke, Rochelle, it's a well-crafted link.

:41:50.:41:54.

Because it's now time to introduce our next performers.

:41:55.:41:58.

Singing their new duet I Could Be, please make some noise for

:41:59.:42:02.

# I look at you with frozen eyes Cold as ice

:42:03.:42:17.

# You want to bring me back Back to life

:42:18.:42:23.

# I could help you find that place again

:42:24.:42:46.

# Let me be the one to open up that door

:42:47.:42:52.

# I could be the first to let you into your heart

:42:53.:43:05.

# And are you searching for somewhere to hide?

:43:06.:43:17.

# I could help you find that place again

:43:18.:43:46.

# Let me be the one to open up that door

:43:47.:43:51.

# I could be the first to let you into your heart

:43:52.:44:04.

# Let me be the one to open up that door

:44:05.:44:16.

# I could be the first to let you into your

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# Set you free Then come to me

:44:26.:44:58.

They've now racked up an incredible 18 Children in Need

:44:59.:45:24.

And we'll be seeing Shane and Nadine again later on for some more

:45:25.:45:36.

This is a very sad film but the brave and stay with it.

:45:37.:46:19.

Sometimes, though, that is just not possible.

:46:20.:46:23.

In this film, you're going to meet two amazing parents, Anne and Mark,

:46:24.:46:26.

With the support of your donations, their life was made just

:46:27.:46:30.

a little bit easier at the most terrible times.

:46:31.:46:33.

Robbie was nearly four when we got the diagnosis of infantile Batten's

:46:34.:46:35.

It's a neurodegenerative condition, so every seizure kills a bit

:46:36.:46:39.

And it was terminal, and he would only survive to mid-childhood.

:46:40.:46:51.

Both Mark and I carried a faulty gene, and at the time, I was already

:46:52.:46:57.

pregnant, with seven weeks to go until I had Rosie. Anne and Mark

:46:58.:47:08.

were told that Rosie could have the same condition as her brother.

:47:09.:47:13.

So after three months, she was tested.

:47:14.:47:17.

Rosie had infantile Batten's disease as well.

:47:18.:47:24.

Home from the hospital, curtains shut, phone off the hook...

:47:25.:47:31.

That was the end of the world, really.

:47:32.:47:37.

Now we had these two beautiful children that we

:47:38.:47:39.

This is Robin House, a children's Hospice in Balloch

:47:40.:47:51.

Robin House offers respite care for children and young adults with

:47:52.:47:57.

Because of your donations, Children in Need is able to pay for

:47:58.:48:04.

When a family comes into Robin House, often it's really difficult

:48:05.:48:11.

for that family to walk through the front door, thinking that they're

:48:12.:48:14.

giving up, they're bringing their children to somewhere where their

:48:15.:48:17.

child is going to die. In actual fact, when they come to visit

:48:18.:48:20.

the hospice, they see that our children come here to live.

:48:21.:48:25.

Anne and Mark first brought Robbie here ten years ago,

:48:26.:48:30.

Every visit, he was enjoying whatever it was we were doing with

:48:31.:48:37.

him at the time, what the staff was doing with him, whether it was the

:48:38.:48:41.

Yes, to come up here, to have fun with them.

:48:42.:48:46.

Eventually, you know, it became obvious that he was

:48:47.:48:55.

nearing end of life, so we wanted Robbie to be here.

:48:56.:49:00.

Although there were tears, there was laughter in the tears

:49:01.:49:03.

Because we were where we wanted to be.

:49:04.:49:09.

They said, "Do you want to wash him for the last time?"

:49:10.:49:18.

So I did, and put on his favourite pyjamas, and cosied him all in.

:49:19.:49:25.

He just looked as if he was sleeping.

:49:26.:49:30.

I don't think we got the chance to properly grieve

:49:31.:49:32.

for him, knowing that we still had Rosie. We knew what was...

:49:33.:49:36.

Rosie spent another six years on and off at Robin House.

:49:37.:49:45.

She was eight when her time finally came.

:49:46.:49:50.

She was kind of lying here and I said, "I think we'll take her out

:49:51.:49:53.

And when I did, I don't even think it was ten

:49:54.:49:57.

happy to be in my arms again, and she went, she passed very

:49:58.:50:03.

She came into the world with me and she went out of the world...with

:50:04.:50:17.

And I thought, "Well, she's with her brother now

:50:18.:50:29.

The Hospice is still here for Anne and Mark, and someone else, too.

:50:30.:50:43.

They've been able to have two more children, Roxy and Ruthie,

:50:44.:50:47.

knowing that they didn't have the faulty genes.

:50:48.:50:51.

We'll never forget everything Robin House did for us as a family.

:50:52.:50:56.

For Robbie and Rosie. Robin House gave them...

:50:57.:50:58.

You know, people will say, "Robbie - is that your name?"

:50:59.:51:06.

That's the date he was born and the that's the day he died,"

:51:07.:51:11.

And then I say, "This is my daughter, Rosie, and

:51:12.:51:16.

that was the day that she was born, and that was the day she died."

:51:17.:51:20.

And then they'll say, "Sorry - I wish I never asked."

:51:21.:51:22.

And at that point, I'll say "No, it's fine," because they're my kids

:51:23.:51:25.

Your help really does make a difference.

:51:26.:51:34.

We send our fondest wishes to that family and we are so proud to

:51:35.:51:58.

support Robin House. Like many hospices, they rely on donations to

:51:59.:52:03.

carry out their great work. 70% of their running costs are paid for

:52:04.:52:07.

through public generosity. If you want to be generous, we would

:52:08.:52:08.

appreciate it. Here was Jess Glynne earlier with

:52:09.:52:37.

her beautiful Children in Need single.

:52:38.:52:44.

# Wrapped up So consumed by all this hurt

:52:45.:52:51.

# If you ask me Don't know where to start

:52:52.:52:57.

# I know there's somewhere better cos you always take me there

:52:58.:53:10.

# Tell me I'm safe You've got me now

:53:11.:53:23.

# Could you take care of a broken soul?

:53:24.:53:42.

# Hold the truth to my head Count one, two, three

:53:43.:54:07.

# If it helps me walk away then it's what I need

:54:08.:54:14.

# Every minute gets easier the more you talk to me

:54:15.:54:22.

# Tell me I'm safe You've got me now

:54:23.:54:40.

# You say space will make it better and time will make it heal

:54:41.:55:07.

# I won't be lost forever and soon I wouldn't feel

:55:08.:55:10.

# You say space will make it better and time will make it heal

:55:11.:55:20.

# I won't be lost forever and soon I wouldn't feel

:55:21.:55:23.

# Could you take care of a broken soul?

:55:24.:55:50.

Brilliant. And that is why Jess Glynne is

:55:51.:56:25.

breaking chart records all over the place.

:56:26.:56:27.

And don't forget, you can download Jess's

:56:28.:56:30.

official 2015 Children in Need single Take

:56:31.:56:33.

to your usual music download site. It's time now for old Grimmy to play

:56:34.:56:40.

game-show host once again. And after the

:56:41.:56:43.

runaway success of Musical Chairs, one can

:56:44.:56:45.

only wonder at what he has up his sleeve

:56:46.:56:47.

this time. Pass The Parcel with the cast of

:56:48.:56:49.

The Apprentice? What's The Time, Mr Wolf

:56:50.:56:51.

with the stars of Bargain Hunt? Back to Grimmy.

:56:52.:57:00.

Hello and welcome to a new game show, Phone Box Battle.

:57:01.:57:08.

And like every good game show, we need good contestants.

:57:09.:57:13.

Combined, they have record sales of over 40 million,

:57:14.:57:16.

They may have teamed up for a new duet earlier, but now, in

:57:17.:57:21.

vintage Children in Need fashion, we are pitting them against each other

:57:22.:57:24.

Please welcome back to the stage Nadine Coyle and Shane Filan!

:57:25.:57:41.

It was good, right? How are you enjoying the evening? It has been

:57:42.:58:04.

great, we have been here all day. It is great to be back for the 19th

:58:05.:58:09.

time, together. Have you ever done anything like this, been forced to

:58:10.:58:13.

play a game in the middle of the night, live on TV? What could go

:58:14.:58:16.

wrong? I'm thinking Borg versus McEnroe,

:58:17.:58:17.

the Doctor versus the Master, Ah, electro Euro pop from the 80s,

:58:18.:58:25.

you spoil me! Now, to anyone under the age of 15,

:58:26.:58:53.

you'll have to believe me I'm not even kidding, this is

:58:54.:58:56.

what they used to look like. You speak into that and you can hear

:58:57.:59:12.

them in there. And you type in the number. Hilarious!

:59:13.:59:15.

I'll phone Nadine and Shane one at a time and ask them a question,

:59:16.:59:20.

like a proper quizmaster, like wot Paxman does and that.

:59:21.:59:24.

If they get the question right, then a mystery guest waiting at

:59:25.:59:27.

our quintessential British bus stop behind this screen here will join

:59:28.:59:29.

If they get the question wrong, however, then the mystery guest will

:59:30.:59:39.

These are the people that could potentially be in there. That looks

:59:40.:59:59.

like an animal. I don't know what is going on.

:00:00.:00:00.

So not a great game if you suffer from personal space issues.

:00:01.:00:03.

Still, the more people in the phone box, the more people

:00:04.:00:06.

You have ten seconds to answer each question.

:00:07.:00:11.

Do I have to actually pick up the phone? Yes. Hi, Nadine! What are you

:00:12.:00:41.

doing? Just hanging out in a phone box. Trying to reverse the court. We

:00:42.:00:48.

have a question for you. If you get it right, a member from behind the

:00:49.:00:54.

screen will go in Shane's box. If not, they join you in your phone

:00:55.:00:59.

box. This is quite knowledgeable and is, isn't it?

:01:00.:01:01.

Nadine, which Girls Aloud song opens with the lyrics, "Static tone on

:01:02.:01:03.

He's been let out of the Queen Vic, please welcome Shane Richie!

:01:04.:01:38.

Shane, how was your night down the Vic?

:01:39.:01:45.

There were some very rowdy customers. It was a bit loud. Kat

:01:46.:01:54.

couldn't be there, but Peter Andre took her place. Very similar. Can I

:01:55.:02:00.

just say, behind the curtain, I'm the only one I've heard of. I'm

:02:01.:02:10.

joking! Get in your phone box, Shane Richie. You are doing all right so

:02:11.:02:23.

far, Nadine. # we are the world, we are the children.

:02:24.:02:28.

I hope they are in. Hello? This is Shane. Oh, Shane! Two Shanes in a

:02:29.:02:50.

phone box. I have a question for you.

:02:51.:02:51.

Shane, finish this Westlife lyric. "When I call you at home

:02:52.:02:53.

Please get this right. Come on. You're embarrassing me. The first

:02:54.:03:14.

thing that came to my mind... Incorrect, Shane. Completely wrong.

:03:15.:03:26.

Has he got it wrong? Could we not get Boyzone?

:03:27.:03:30.

You look gorgeous. Sinitta is here, everyone. You are joining the two

:03:31.:04:10.

Shanes. I can't wait. Good luck. Getting cramped in there. Question

:04:11.:04:12.

three to Nadine. Nadine,

:04:13.:04:16.

name three acts who have performed the official Children in Need

:04:17.:04:27.

single, not including Girls Aloud. One Direction. Um... Boyzone? No,

:04:28.:04:50.

there were 22 you could have chosen from. Oh, no!

:04:51.:04:55.

How are you? Come over here. I have just had an operation, so don't come

:04:56.:05:23.

to near. It is fine. Please get in to Nadine's phone box. I would love

:05:24.:05:34.

to. Hello, darling! Where is the curtain?

:05:35.:05:36.

Shane, Sir Terry has presented Children in Need with lots

:05:37.:05:51.

Name three, but none of tonight's hosts!

:05:52.:06:01.

Between the three of you. Gaby Roslin. Yes. Out of time, you only

:06:02.:06:15.

got one. Ten second limit. It's a buy-one-get-one-free Bogof

:06:16.:06:22.

offer. We are knackered. I am excited and

:06:23.:06:55.

you are on the show and excited that you are going in the phone box with

:06:56.:07:01.

those two Shanes and Sinitta. I thought we were going in the other

:07:02.:07:14.

one! No, you are going in there. This is insane!

:07:15.:07:16.

The final question is worth our last remaining stranger, or is

:07:17.:07:25.

Please welcome Bernie Clifton and his ostrich Oswald!

:07:26.:07:47.

How are you? What happens next? Come over here with me. No, thank you,

:07:48.:07:58.

Oswald. Here is that all-important

:07:59.:08:00.

final question. Combined,

:08:01.:08:01.

how many weeks have Girls Aloud If not the exact answer,

:08:02.:08:11.

then closest to it will do it. I would say 27. 30. Nadine says 30.

:08:12.:08:57.

27! OK. The correct answer is neither of you, but nearest to the

:08:58.:09:16.

correct answer is... Shane! Which means you go in here.

:09:17.:09:35.

And that just leaves me to go through my phone box contacts

:09:36.:09:40.

and thank Nadine Coyle, Shane Filan, Shane Richie, Sinitta,

:09:41.:09:45.

Wayne Sleep, Stavros Flatley and, of course, Bernie Clifton

:09:46.:09:47.

That's it for another year of Shane and Nadine's Phone Box Battle.

:09:48.:09:52.

Thank you to all our stars for taking part.

:09:53.:10:04.

And while you're in the phone box, don't forget to call that

:10:05.:10:07.

It's tough watching your child struggle to do something.

:10:08.:10:24.

It's even tougher being a parent and thinking you can't help.

:10:25.:10:28.

With a little help from Children in Need, you'll be surprised what

:10:29.:10:32.

I want you to meet a lovely little geezer called Logan

:10:33.:10:39.

Logan was born very early at 28 weeks.

:10:40.:10:53.

They found out that he had a bleed on the brain.

:10:54.:10:56.

We later found out that it would affect his movement,

:10:57.:10:59.

I think he was two when we finally got the diagnosis and they

:11:00.:11:07.

I only asked the question once, "Will he walk?"

:11:08.:11:12.

Maybe, one day, when he's older, he might just throw his sticks away

:11:13.:11:17.

That was the day that I came home on the bus and I cried.

:11:18.:11:24.

It was horrible seeing him struggle because I didn't know how

:11:25.:11:27.

I just knew that there has got to be something out there for Logan

:11:28.:11:34.

This is School for Parents in Nottingham.

:11:35.:11:50.

It is a place for children who have motor disorders or develop

:11:51.:11:53.

We walked through the doors and, for me,

:11:54.:11:57.

Your donations help pay for Erica, who specialises in a technique

:11:58.:12:06.

We started to teach him how to stand initially

:12:07.:12:14.

We had to work through those tears and we had to help mum to be

:12:15.:12:25.

Almost immediately, Erica would have him walking with his Kaye Walker.

:12:26.:12:32.

Fast forward a couple of weeks and she's got him stood up with

:12:33.:12:35.

The progress was coming thick and fast.

:12:36.:12:40.

We were able to show him ways of doing things for himself, which

:12:41.:12:47.

increased his independence which, in turn, increased his confidence.

:12:48.:12:50.

At the end of the day, we all knew he had it in him to be able to walk.

:12:51.:13:04.

The sessions that we provide, they only happen once a week

:13:05.:13:15.

but the real learning is actually in the home environment.

:13:16.:13:19.

What we need to do is to teach parents to become the teachers

:13:20.:13:22.

I can only describe Erica as our guardian angel.

:13:23.:13:32.

Somewhere out there, there's mums struggling like I was.

:13:33.:13:49.

I just don't know where we would be without her.

:13:50.:13:55.

I wouldn't be able to do all the things that I am doing now.

:13:56.:14:01.

Make a difference to other children like Logan.

:14:02.:14:07.

To donate ?10, just text the word DONATE to 70710.

:14:08.:14:27.

Texts will cost ?10 plus your standard network message charge

:14:28.:14:30.

and the whole ?10 will go to BBC Children in Need.

:14:31.:14:34.

For full terms and conditions, visit bbc.co.uk/pudsey.

:14:35.:14:39.

And don't forget, you can still phone to donate or go online.

:14:40.:14:47.

And now it's time to welcome a very courageous Children in Need

:14:48.:14:50.

Earlier we saw him abseil down the UK's tallest sculpture, the Orbit in

:14:51.:14:53.

Here he is with the Royal Marines' Major Brian Hayes.

:14:54.:14:58.

Please give a hero's welcome to Scott Mills.

:14:59.:15:09.

No. Until an hour ago my hand was still shaking. We saw you saying

:15:10.:15:45.

your legs were shaking. Someone said, that is Elvis legs. I know.

:15:46.:15:55.

Initially you were supposed to do the Blackpool Tower but the weather

:15:56.:16:00.

stopped that. Did you think you were off the hook? There was a point when

:16:01.:16:04.

I thought it would be bad weather everywhere so it would be fine.

:16:05.:16:08.

I thought it would be bad weather Brian helped me through the whole

:16:09.:16:11.

thing and the Royal Marines have been brilliant. There is no way I

:16:12.:16:14.

could have got up there without them. Were you nervous with the

:16:15.:16:23.

location change? 100%. I was looking at diagrams of the Blackpool Tower,

:16:24.:16:28.

because you showed them to me. And it all changed midweek. Horrendous!

:16:29.:16:36.

Has he impressed you? Yes. Two weeks ago we went up two flights of stairs

:16:37.:16:43.

and he could not function. I feel nervous on this slightly raised

:16:44.:16:48.

stage. It is true, two flights and I could not get down. What is the

:16:49.:16:53.

scariest thing, stepping over? I would agree. You were the one in the

:16:54.:17:04.

film who said, it is fun now, relax. Scott, what are you going to do next

:17:05.:17:11.

year? How do you top that? A bungee jumped, abseiling from the moon?

:17:12.:17:18.

Probably none of those. Last year, I played Sherrard is with you and

:17:19.:17:24.

Terry Wogan. I might do that. No, we are going to push you.

:17:25.:17:29.

Well done for doing that, it was incredible and genuinely terrifying.

:17:30.:17:32.

Thank you for making sure that Scott Mills is still here. And a big hand

:17:33.:17:35.

to Scott Mills, everybody. And to show your appreciation for

:17:36.:17:40.

Scott's heroics, you can donate ?10 Texts will cost ?10 plus your

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standard network message charge. So many performers have lent

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their support to the Children in Need cause this evening,

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and as always the cast of EastEnders Here's another chance to see

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Walford's finest in action # I just got an invitation through

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the mail # Presents requested, wipe-out, top

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hat and tails. # Puttin' down my top hat

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Dancin' in my tails # I just got an invitation through

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the mails # If you're blue and you don't know

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where to go to # Why don't you go

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where fashion sits # Different types who wear

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a daycoat, pants with stripes # And cut away coats, perfect fits

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Puttin' on the Ritz # Dressed up like

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a million-dollar trouper # Come, let's mix where

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Rockefellers walk with sticks # For I'll be there

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Puttin' down my top hat # Puttin' down my top hat

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Dancin' in my tails Next to grace the stage is a

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little lady with a big, big voice. Singing her global smash

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Left Outside Alone, it's Anastacia! # For you to bring a fairytale

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my way # Thought you were sent

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from up above # For you to bring a fairytale

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my way # For you to bring a fairytale

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my way # For you to bring a fairytale

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my way Every year we meet some

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extraordinary children and this little boy is certainly that.

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When a child is in pain, everyone who loves them hurts.

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I want you to meet a truly amazing family.

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They are so strong it is unbelievable.

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And I'm proud to say that your donations have helped them

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Stop talking - it'll go down quicker.

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What are you trying to say, Dad - I talk a lot?

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So do you think you're getting better?

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You are. You're fab, aren't you?

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He was seven months actually in the hospital.

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Maybe two or three weeks on a ventilator

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That's iron, isn't it? It is.

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Not knowing which way it's going to go, and then me having to tell

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his sister that he might be going to play with his nan,

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On May 17th last year, Daniel was playing

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on a bouncy castle in the back garden at home.

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And then when he came in, it was just...

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A split second and he just collapsed.

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I was saying, "If you can hear me, squeeze my hand.

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He just kept squeezing my hand the whole time.

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That's when we got the ambulance, didn't we?

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Yes. To the hospital, and it was straight in, and there

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Doctors battled to save Daniel's life.

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He'd suffered a brain bleed, with terrible consequences.

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In the beginning, he was just completely still

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and he had so many tubes coming off him, you couldn't tell that it was

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my brother, and I was expecting him to get up and say,

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"Beth, I'm fine! Don't worry about me."

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But he didn't, he just stayed still and didn't move.

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We knew he was paralysed, all the way down, all his body.

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But they couldn't tell us if he could hear hear, he'd have

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Anything. They couldn't tell us anything.

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You've got doctors coming up to talk to you and it's just constant and

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they're firing all these questions, and you're just numb, aren't you?

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They're feeding you that much information at once,

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Thankfully, there was someone to help make sense of it all.

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This is Fiona from the Child Brain Injury Trust,

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a charity supported by Children in Need.

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When you go into an acute hospital setting, it is very isolating,

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Being able to support families from those very early days

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Fiona - it's like she waved her magic wand and

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She's on your level, she knows what you're going through.

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Even if you didn't understand what the doctors were going on about,

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You know, she answered a lot of Beth's questions

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in a way that Beth understood. More than I could ever do.

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..and how much harder it must be for Daniel to do

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Bit by bit, Daniel learned to talk and walk all over again.

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Then after seven months in hospital, he came home.

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There's been over a dozen operations, and today,

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though he still can't swallow or eat like other children.

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But whenever the family needed a home visit or even

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She was just the right person there, who knew everything we needed

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to know. And she just did it.

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Thank you so much for what you've done for us.

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Thank you, Daniel. They're beautiful.

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Fiona was always helping me with my problems.

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Please help us to help more wonderful families like Daniel's

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children like Daniel. This is really easy to do. You can do it right now

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with the mobile in your hand. If you just donate ?10, that is all we are

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asking. 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. For full terms and conditions,

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visit bbc.co.uk/pudsey. Now, a huge part of this year's

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fundraising effort has been Sir Tom Jones and Rob Brydon's One

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Big Night for Children in Need. In case you missed it, here are

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the best bits. And please, please, do keep texting

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in your donations as you watch. Well, here we are,

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at the Job Centre. We've got a 75-year-old male,

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just made redundant. According to this form he has filled

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in, he had to spin round in a chair, a couple of times a week,

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and press a button. At his age,

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it's probably a panic alarm. Oh, it says here

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he's a bit of a singer. Has been one of the highest

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earners in show business. Deluded -

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he's away with the fairies, But you can deal with him, because

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you seem to understand the "Welsh". # Want some whisky in your water,

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want some sugar in your tea? # What's all these crazy questions

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they're asking of me? # This is the craziest party there

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ever could be # Don't turn on the lights, cause I

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don't want to see... # She said, that ain't the way to

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have fun, Son # Open up the window, let some air

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into this room # I think I'm almost choking on the

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smell of stale perfume # And that cigarette you're smoking

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scares me half to death # Open up the window, let me catch

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my breath # She said, that ain't the way to

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have fun, Son # That ain't the way to have fun,

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Son # Mama told me, Mama told me, Mama

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Welcome to One Big Night for Children in Need.

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It is a wonderful evening of music and comedy, and people are already

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So it is One Big Night Here at Wembley Arena, and I have always

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Wow, this is one big room, but, Tom, you've played here loads of times,

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Yes, I have, and I must say it is great to be back.

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You know, I've never played here before.

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The last time I was in a room this size was in America.

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Now then, Tom, is there anything in your huge repertoire that would

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# You just leave it all up to me, girl

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# You don't have to be rich to be my girl

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# You don't have to be cool to rule my world

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# Ain't no particular sign I'm more compatible with

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# I just want your extra time and your...

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# Women and girls rule my world, I said they rule my world

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# Act your age, woman, not your shoe size

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# You don't have to watch Dynasty to have an attitude

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# You don't have to be rich to be my girl

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# You don't have to be cool to rule my world

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# Ain't no particular sign I'm more compatible with

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# I just want your extra time and your...

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We have something very special for you now, as Tom is joined by the

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# Baby! # Everything is all right

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# Uptight! # Out of sight

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# Baby, everything is all right, uptight, clean out of sight

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# I'm a poor man's son from across the railroad track

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# The only thing I own is hanging on my back

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# But I'm the envy of every single guy, because I'm the apple of my

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# When I go out and it is time for a ride

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# But it's all right, because my heart is true

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# She said, baby... # Baby!

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# Everything is all right, uptight # Uptight!

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# Clean out of sight, singin'... # Baby, everything is all right

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# It's not unusual to be loved by anyone.

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# But when I see you hanging about with anyone

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# I wanna die # I wanna die... #.

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Tom, it has been a long career, hasn't it?

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A very long career, but I will say this.

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Throughout it all, you've not put a foot wrong.

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Stylistically, with the clothes - you have never worn clothing that

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would now be considered a bit silly, a bit foolish, a bit ill advised.

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You have never done dance moves that might look a bit...

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Silly, a bit foolish, a bit ill advised.

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We asked some young people, some very young people,

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to check out your moves and your outfits through the years.

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# Just help yourself to my lips, to my arms

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# Just say the words, and they are yours.

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I think that picture in the background looks a bit like,

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Michael Jackson or Bruno Mars?

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His head doesn't look like David Cameron.

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In that picture in the background.

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# Just help yourself to my lips, to my arms

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# Just say the word and they are yours #.

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PUTS ON WELSH ACCENT: 'Hello, love - how you doin'?'

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You can't marry a lot of them - King Henry did that

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# Let me see what spring is like on Jupiter and Mars

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He is probably trying not to wince that they are too tight.

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# I have always thought that it's a crime, so I will ask you

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He walks like an old man, that can't walk anymore.

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He looks like my dad with hair.

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I think he's famous for doing whatever he's doing right now.

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The way he's dancing, it looks like he doesn't know how to dance.

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Yes, good evening, everybody, and welcome to another edition

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of the BBC's longest running quiz show, Name That Tom!

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The musical Tom Jones, from 1965 to 2015.

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"He's 22, he's single, and he's a coalminer",

:45:31.:45:32.

where words used to describe which married 24-year-old who had

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Who was described by one critic as "roaring around disastrously,

:45:36.:45:43.

like a three-legged ox in a blindfold"?

:45:44.:45:48.

What song is this - SINGS: Burning down the house?

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What song is this...

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Too late - it was What's New, Pussycat?

:46:06.:46:19.

Which idiot turned down the opportunity to be the first

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person to record The Beatles' classic, The Long And Winding Road?

:46:24.:46:27.

Which popular singer speaks as though he is not sure... If...

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English... Is... Your... First language?

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Which singer is about to go over there and sing Delilah?

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# I felt the knife in my hand and she laughed no more

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# So before they come to break down the door

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# Forgive me, Delilah, I just couldn't take any more #.

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He just gets better and better. What was brilliant was the kids, showing

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them clips of Tom Jones. That is something you would never want to

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see, as Tom Jones. His clothes were little, too tight. Like my dad with

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hair! I used to love Tom Jones when I was little. I still do. That was

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incredible. And

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of course, they gave up their time You can donate ?10 by texting

:48:58.:49:02.

the word DONATE to 70710. Texts will cost ?10 plus your

:49:03.:49:11.

standard network message charge. Let's do it for Sir Terry. We know

:49:12.:49:26.

use tuned in and he would love us to donate lots and lots. Yes, we miss

:49:27.:49:32.

you, Terry. Next, one Direction would like to tell you about a

:49:33.:49:33.

special friendship. When things get tough, it's family

:49:34.:49:40.

we turn to, to hold things together. But sometimes,

:49:41.:49:43.

that isn't always enough. Sometimes you need someone new to

:49:44.:49:45.

come in and make a difference. This film is about

:49:46.:49:48.

a lovely little boy called Sam and his best friend, Josie. Meet Josie

:49:49.:49:50.

and the family who have grown to If we didn't have Josie,

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Sam would probably be moody, grumpy When Sam was four, he was diagnosed

:49:54.:50:02.

with a muscle-wasting disease. I was starting to notice I was

:50:03.:50:18.

falling over a lot more than other people, and not being able to ride

:50:19.:50:28.

a bike or kicking balls. He got to school and he realised

:50:29.:50:38.

that all the other boys and girls He was very angry that he couldn't

:50:39.:50:42.

do the things that I didn't want to go outside

:50:43.:50:50.

or talk to anyone. That's when Josie came into Sam's

:50:51.:50:58.

life. Specially trained for him by

:50:59.:51:16.

Dogs For Good - a charity supported The first weekend home,

:51:17.:51:20.

the door to the kitchen opened Look what I've done with Josie.

:51:21.:51:26.

" She'd helped him change. For the first time in two years,

:51:27.:51:33.

she helped him dress himself But Josie didn't just become Sam's

:51:34.:51:37.

muscles, she became his friend. The change in Sam,

:51:38.:52:02.

it was like a weight being lifted We went from being tense

:52:03.:52:06.

and stress all the time to... Josie brought that

:52:07.:52:11.

little boy back again. Sam and Josie. In 2010,

:52:12.:52:19.

Sam and Josie won the prestigious Josie's a hero to us and we know

:52:20.:52:24.

the impact she's actually had. For other people to recognise it,

:52:25.:52:37.

it was really quite humbling. I love Josie. She means

:52:38.:52:42.

the world to me. There are so many children, like

:52:43.:52:47.

Sam, who could use a friend like Josie, but training these puppies

:52:48.:52:55.

and matching them up with the right families take time and patience -

:52:56.:52:58.

so, please, help us to support the incredible work charities like

:52:59.:53:04.

Dogs For Good are doing. Incredible. I met them before and it

:53:05.:53:34.

is so incredible and vital for Sam, an incredible story. Making that

:53:35.:53:39.

relationship does not come easy. Training and matching up the

:53:40.:53:42.

children with dogs is expensive so please help us continuing to support

:53:43.:53:44.

this wonderful work. Texts will cost ?10 plus

:53:45.:53:46.

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

:53:47.:53:50.

BBC Children in Need. For full terms and conditions,

:53:51.:53:53.

visit bbc.co.uk/pudsey. And don't forget, you can still

:53:54.:53:57.

phone to donate And it's back to Wembley, where one

:53:58.:53:59.

big knight is hosting, Here's highlights from

:54:00.:54:06.

Sir Tom Jones' and Rob Brydon's It's a big year for both of us,

:54:07.:54:11.

we've had big birthdays, I have to ask,

:54:12.:54:20.

is everything still working? I still have a wee-wee

:54:21.:54:36.

at 6 o'clock in the morning. Not really

:54:37.:54:43.

because I don't get up until 7. Do they still love you

:54:44.:54:50.

like they used to do? Well, that's

:54:51.:54:53.

a question I often ask myself. # Why don't you love me

:54:54.:54:58.

like you used to do? # How come you treat me

:54:59.:55:04.

like a worn out shoe? # My hair's still curly

:55:05.:55:07.

and my eyes are still blue. # So why don't you love me

:55:08.:55:11.

like you used to do? # We had no loving and a hugging and

:55:12.:55:14.

a kissing in a long, long, while. # We don't get nearer, further,

:55:15.:55:21.

closer than a country mile. # Why don't you spark me

:55:22.:55:29.

like you used to do? # Say sweet nothings

:55:30.:55:32.

like you used to coo. # I'm the same old trouble

:55:33.:55:36.

you've always been through. # So why don't you love me

:55:37.:55:39.

like you used to do? # It's not unusual to be loved

:55:40.:55:46.

by anyone. # It's not unusual to

:55:47.:56:04.

have fun with anyone. # But when I see you hanging

:56:05.:56:09.

about with anyone. # It's not

:56:10.:56:14.

unusual to go out at any time. # But when I see you out and about,

:56:15.:56:36.

it's such a crime. # If you should ever wanna

:56:37.:56:41.

be loved by anyone. # It's not unusual,

:56:42.:56:46.

it happens every day. # You'll find it happens all

:56:47.:56:50.

the time. # And a love will never

:56:51.:56:58.

do what you want it to. # Why can't this crazy love be

:56:59.:57:03.

mi-i-i-i-ne #. Now, then,

:57:04.:57:12.

another amazing organisation supported by Children In Need is

:57:13.:57:14.

the Chicken Shed Theatre Company. I'm delighted to say, that

:57:15.:57:19.

a group of their young performers are here tonight, to perform with

:57:20.:57:22.

Tom and the UK's biggest country # Come along little children,

:57:23.:57:26.

come along. # I love my biscuits dipping

:57:27.:57:36.

in gravy. # Save me the half

:57:37.:57:57.

and keep me the gravy. # I love my biscuits dipped

:57:58.:58:02.

in gravy. # Come along, little children,

:58:03.:58:07.

come along. # Now when I die,

:58:08.:58:11.

won't you bury me deep. # Put molasses on my head

:58:12.:58:28.

and my feet. # Why don't we raise

:58:29.:58:33.

a ruckus tonight. # Come on

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and raise a ruckus tonight #. There's only one way to follow that

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and that's with another duet, # I'm

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about to die. So here is what I thought, we could

:59:26.:00:40.

have a story-off, a competition, both tell a story, the audience has

:00:41.:01:32.

to vote on who tells the best one I'm going to hit this button, words

:01:33.:01:36.

are going to flash up on the screen. You hit the button,

:01:37.:01:46.

whatever word comes up, we've got to We have no idea what

:01:47.:01:49.

the word is going to be. I'll take this one, Tom,

:01:50.:01:54.

I've got an excellent one. Mrs Brydon and I are having

:01:55.:02:11.

a new shower fitted in our home. The fella from down the road who's

:02:12.:02:17.

doing the job, Peter Whitley, a lovely man, he's retired now but

:02:18.:02:22.

he was a plumber and an interiors He's coming up this weekend to do it

:02:23.:02:27.

and he's taking out the old shower and he's told us that

:02:28.:02:32.

he's going to be able to keep So that's knocking about ?50

:02:33.:02:36.

off our bill and he's said he'll take away all of the rubbish

:02:37.:02:44.

and dispose of it all himself. So this time next week,

:02:45.:02:47.

we'll have a new shower. Right, I was in Caesar's Palace

:02:48.:02:53.

in Las Vegas. And when I come off stage,

:02:54.:02:59.

I perspire a lot, So I was in the shower this night,

:03:00.:03:06.

right, and, as I'm washing my hair Then I thought, wait a minute,

:03:07.:03:13.

who's this now. So I opened my eyes

:03:14.:03:25.

and the shower head was there And right there was Elvis Presley

:03:26.:03:29.

leaning over the shower door, and he So first of all, if you preferred

:03:30.:03:38.

my rather lovely story about fitting Well, our doorbell

:03:39.:03:51.

at home is a lovely doorbell. Goes through the the house,

:03:52.:04:19.

but the electrical gubbins where you actually press it, they are

:04:20.:04:23.

hanging down, so this weekend - shut up - I'm going to buy some

:04:24.:04:29.

duct tape, do you know what I mean? I'm going to stick

:04:30.:04:33.

the gubbins back up, Well, I was at my house in Bel Air,

:04:34.:04:37.

California. And I was in the kitchen,

:04:38.:04:46.

my cook hadn't shown up, So all

:04:47.:04:49.

of a sudden the doorbell rang and I put the camera on because we've got

:04:50.:04:54.

cameras over the gate, you see. So I looked at the screen

:04:55.:04:58.

and there in the screen was Straight to the vote,

:04:59.:05:01.

straight to the vote. # can learn to be like someone like

:05:02.:05:07.

you! Everyone says I clap weird, what is

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wrong with it? I will never clap again. Thanks again to Sir Tom

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Jones, Rob Brydon and everyone at Wembley who gave up their time for

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Children In Need in the hope that you at home would kindly donate.

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If you enjoyed that and you think we are the best presenting duo since an

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Beck, and deck. Vote. So grateful to all of the performers

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who have given their time and talent for Children In Need tonight.

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Here are some of tonight's best bits. Ladies and gentlemen, boys and

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girls, get ready for the biggest night of the year, Children In Need

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2015! # I'm so excited, and I just can't

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hide it. Welcome to the history of TV in four

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minutes. Exterminate, exterminate! It's a bit dry, Nadia. Exterminate,

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exterminate! Welcome to the It's a bit dry, Nadia. Exterminate,

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Come Dancing Children In Need special. We have four stars of Call

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The Midwife. They are ditching the hot water and towels for a night of

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glitter and sequins. Only three days of practice, and you have come out

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fantastic. And our winner is... Laura and Brendan!

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# I'm so sick of that same old love, the kind that breaks your heart. #

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oh, that same old love. # oh, that same old love.

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Hello, R2-D2 and C-3PO. What does he think he's doing? Sorry, got a bit

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carried away. Let's make the jump to hyperspace. Which one of you is

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shaking my cup? OK, I don't have Jedi powers. You may pass. Yes, the

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stent in here is overwhelming. It's the BBC canteen. Help us, Warwick

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Davis, you're our only hope. We are such massive Star Wars fans, we made

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you a millennium Balkan cake. Have you eaten my bat in the cockpit? --

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Battenberg. Also joining us tonight for as special challenge, Scott

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Mills and Helen Skelton. I don't like it. Oh, my legs are shaking.

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Lock your knees, Scott. Step breakdown. It's so windy! Oh, no.

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Come on, Scott, you're a hero! You've done it! What an achievement.

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Let him, you could feel the fear. Scott Mills! I can't walk properly.

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# will you take me home? # The way you take me home.

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And very soon, we shall reveal the all-important final totaliser.

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But before that, there's time for one last musical performance.

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Currently wowing the West End, please give it up for the cast of

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# Wanna be stronger? Wanna be stronger?

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# Wanna sustain? Wanna sustain?

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# Gotta keep wishing Gotta keep pushing

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# Gotta keep training, toning, trying

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# Gonna make an earth-shaking myth-making

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I didn't even know they had a girls' team here.

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# Who bends the rules and reinvents the game

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# We all will share the fortune and the fame

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# When we bring home the glory and the flame

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# Sadaa Sadaa

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# Result, result Sadaa charhdi kalaa

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# Top flight, fair fight Sadaa charhdi kalaa

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# The girls who get results Sadaa charhdi kalaa

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# We could be glorious Result, result

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# Us girls are good as gold Us girls we get results

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# We could be glorious No mess, success

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# Sadaa charhdi kalaa A wonder to behold us

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# Girls, we get results Sadaa charhdi kalaa

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# You did it! We did it!

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# You've done it! We've done it!

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# Talk about a perfect aim What a way to end a game

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# We've made a winner She did it

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# They did it We did it!

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Give it up for the stars of Bend It Like Beckham.

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That is almost it for Children in Need 2015.

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You can enjoy the best bits all over again in our special highlights show

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But of course, we've got one more very important bit

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How much have all you generous people at home raised

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Sir Terry, if you are still watching, this is all for you to

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night. Here is the final total. CHEERING AND APPLAUSE Wow! That is

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insane. An insane amount of money. Last year we were at 32 million when

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we closed the show. Well done everyone.

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Well, that was Children in Need 2015.

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Too right, Rochelle. Just a few people to thank.

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As well as the Cast of Bend It Like Beckham here, we've enjoyed amazing

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performances and exclusive treats from the best in the business.

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Rod Stewart, Selena Gomez, the cast of Beautiful, Call the Midwife stars

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taking on Strictly, Warwick Davis, R2-D2, C-3PO, BB-8 and their new

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mates Mel and Sue, Barbara Windsor, Martin Freeman, Danny Dyer, Stephen

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Merchant, Ricky Wilson, Lewis Hamilton, Tom Daley,

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Lord Sugar, will.i.am and The Stig.

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We've also seen The One Show's Matt and Alex and their amazing Rickshaw

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riders, Years Years, our Children in Need choir, Peter

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Andre, Judy Murray, Russell Grant, Frankie Bridge, Louis Smith and the

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Not to mention the mighty Scott Mills, Helen Skelton, the comedy

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stars of Radio 4, Ellie Goulding, Nadine Coyle, Shane Filan, Sinitta,

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Wayne Sleep, Stavros Flatley, Bernie Clifton and all the stars of

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Children in Need's One Big Night As well as Jess Glynne with our

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official single, the cast of Kinky Boots, Anastacia, and Harry Hill and

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his telly mates Peter Purvis, Peter Davison, Nadiya Hussein, Jenny

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Agutter, Tony Blackburn, Mr Blobby, La La and the Dalek,

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our fellow hosts Tess, Dermot, Fearne and Shane.

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And of course, a massive shout out to Sir Terry Wogan!

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especially those of you still watching!

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10.40 - 11.00 Sir Terry Wogan is joined by Rochelle Humes as the party returns to BBC One with a performance from global pop superstar Selena Gomez. Plus an exclusive sneak peek at Call the Midwife's Christmas special, and the cast of the West End's latest smash musical Kinky Boots perform.

11.00 - 11.30 The glittering night of entertainment continues with the cream of British comedy performing in a special Radio 4 sketch. Plus chart toppers Years and Years sing live in the studio.

11.30 - 12.00 Nick Grimshaw joins Sir Terry as the fun continues. The cast of Beautiful, the Carole King Musical, perform.

12.00 - 12.30 Stars of Strictly past join in the fun and games as they face a brand new musical challenge, while Westlife's Shane Filan and Girls Aloud's Nadine Coyle unite for a very special performance.

12.30 - 2.00 A lively climax to the show from the cast of the Bend it Like Beckham musical. Plus the all-important final total is revealed.