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Sunday, 14 September 2008

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BBC television centre.

Popular children's television programme Blue Peter revealed today that they will be making a LHC using a variety of items found in the typical home.

"We are hoping to make science more approachable for today's youngsters," said new series producer renowned physicist Stephen Hawking, "and we have already got Professor Hugh Jarse on board as one of the new presenters."

Retailers are bracing themselves for a huge demand for sticky backed plastic and pipe cleaners with twenty regionally based warehouses set aside to begin stock piling vast amounts ahead of the new series of Blue Peter.

"We believe this will be more popular than the MRI scanner we made in the last series using old washing up liquid bottles, cocktail sticks and cotton wall balls" said a researcher connected to the programme.

The BBC were at pains to point out that 'any destruction of mankind caused by this make would be purely coincidental.'

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