(Cut to a sign saying 'How to do it'. Music. Pull out to
reveal a 'Blue Peter' type set. Sitting casually on the edge of a
dais an three presenters in sweaters - Noel, Jackie and Alan - plus
a large bloodhound.)
Alan: Well, last week we showed you how to become a
gynecologist. And this week on 'How to do it' we're going to show
you how to play the flute, how to split an atom, how to construct a
box girder bridge, how to irrigate the Sahara Desert and make vast
new areas of land cultivatable, but first, here's Jackie to tell you
all how to rid the world of all known diseases.
Jackie: Hello, Alan.
Alan: Hello, Jackie.
Jackie: Well, first of all become a doctor and discover a
marvellous cure for something, and then, when the medical profession
really starts to take notice of you, you can jolly well tell them
what to do and make sure they get everything right so there'll never
be any diseases ever again.
Alan: Thanks, Jackie. Great idea. How to play the flute.
(picking up a flute) Well here we are. You blow there and you
move your fingers up and down here.
Noel: Great, great, Alan. Well, next week we'Ll be showing
you how black and white people can live together in peace and
harmony, and Alan will be over in Moscow showing us how to reconcile
the Russians and the Chinese. So, until next week, cheerio.