The bookshop is very cold and Dog and Pug go to the Antarctic to find out how animals keep warm. They meet a penguin who is very cold but they discover that by running up and down hills they can all keep warm.
Dog and Pug meet a great inventor on his space lab. The professor shows them all his robots but fails to realise that he has upset his very first creation.
In a comic book world Dog and Pug meet two hapless super heroes who try to out do each other to save the city from their new visitors. The little girl they meet prefers Pug's Power Pug and he becomes the hero of the story.
Presenter and actor Ceallach Spellman reads extracts from Wolven by Di Toft as part of the series. He explains why he loves the book, how it captured his imagination, and why he enjoys reading.
Matt Stanton and James Foley share how they came up with the ideas for their characters.
Dog and Pug visit a spooky castle. They meet a princess who has no friends. Fortunately, they find a baby dragon who has been making scary noises, and when they are introduced to each other, they become the best of friends.
Dog and Pug go on an adventure and they meet a Pirate Captain on a desert island. He is Hunting the Snark. Our friends realise that they should protect the creature, and develop a game of hide and seek.
How can colour show the mood or atmosphere in a story? How can you draw a person or animal to show a certain emotion or feeling? What kind of changes can you make to a face or body parts to show how a character is feeling? How can you bring humour into a picture? Who are some of your favourite illustrators?
Actress Aimee Kelly reads extracts from My Naughty Little Sister by Dorothy Edwards, explaining why she loves the book, how it captured her imagination as a child and why she loves to read.
Is a picture really worth a thousand words? Ted E. Bear asks some local authors and illustrators what they think.
The Darling family children receive a visit from Peter Pan, who takes them to Never Never Land where an ongoing war with the evil Pirate Captain Hook is taking place. Director: P.J. Hogan; Writers: J.M. Barrie (play), P.J. Hogan (screenplay) and more; Stars: Jeremy Sumpter, Jason Isaacs, Olivia Williams and more. -
Grandpa Honeyant Storytime is a series comprising of narrated stories. The stories are told by an indigenous character named Grandpa Honeyant, who is a "yerrampe", a honeyant from Central Australia. Today, learn the numbers 1 - 12 featuring some delightful and adorable dinosaur characters.
Children build sandcastles at the beach.
Have lots of little ideas but not sure how to turn them into a story? Ted E Bear will show you how.
Emma Alberici takes to the Story Time couch to read Sam McBratney's timeless story Guess How Much I Love You, beautifully illustrated by Anita Jeram.
A beautifully animated tale from Israel exploring the importance of individuality and choice. This film tells the story of a prince who develops a sense of agency.
Do-you-think-they-saurus? Read along with Australian children's author Morris Gleitzman and Little Ted, and point out all the dinosaurs hiding along the way as they read Dinosaur Day Out by Sara Acton.
Jack goes behind the scenes of the stage production of Roald Dahl's classic Fantastic Mr Fox. This show combines acting, animation, set design and costumes in an innovative way to bring the scenes to life. Design your own backdrop for a scene from Fantastic Mr Fox. Create characters and costumes to place in your scene. You could even make it a digital backdrop.
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