Harrison wants to go to space, but first he'll have to learn how to float in zero gravity, sleep standing up and figure out how a rocket works.
Mister Maker takes his brilliant artistic talents on the road in the Makermobile to help mini-makers with arty challenges in their homes and schools.
Want to travel the world in half an hour? Pack your bags! We're hitting central Australia and the Andes and checking out Tibetan culture.
Bookaboo, the rock puppy, needs a book a day or he just can't play, he is joined by the Canadian actress, Sheila McCarthy who reads Walter and the No-need-to-worry Suit.
Amanda Holden pops backstage with the Bookabag and That Rabbit Belongs to Emily Brown by Cressida Cowell and Neal Layton. Will Amanda be able to put the stars back in Bookaboo's eyes?
Dame Kelly Holmes runs at super speed to find out where Bookaboo has gone. Armed with the Bookabag and Norma Snows by Paula Metcalf, can Kelly get Bookaboo to cross the finish line before it is too late?
Join Alex and Emma as they build a toy house, cook colourful shape buns, play an animal dress up game and make craft birds! Plus, look through the windows to see a seal show at the zoo.
Harrison finds out how a car works when a teenage race car driver brings her mini Formula 1 to Harrison's house.
What keeps a boat afloat and what role does its shape play in helping it to move? The quest to answer these questions leads us to investigate a range of possible boat building materials, including fibreglass, which we see sprayed into a mould then removed as a hardened shell.
We all like to play on playground equipment, but what makes them fun and safe? And how do those moving parts on seesaws, swings and flying foxes work? While Dodly goes off to design his dream playground, we visit others and take a close look at the materials used and how some parts work together as a system to provide movement.
Jump on board with the Go Jetters, four explorers on a global adventure!
In the UK, we find out whether he can make a funny fur hand in under a minute; in South Africa the Mini Makers help build a really wild animal picture; and in Hong Kong look out for some really arty fun with kitchen foil.
With fun, relevance and curiosity representing key motivators for learning in young children, we created Titch and Ted, a groundbreaking live action comedy driven approach to bring (KS1) Maths to life. Over 3 episodes we meet Titch..a super smart, sparky seven year old who'd be a high achiever if it wasn't for the gravitational pull of her doofus uncle Ted. Thrown together by the shared dream of buying a robotic dog they are on the hunt for gainful employment. As they blunder and bluster their way through jobs in restaurants, at the beach and as handymen, they learn all about measurements, geometry and fractions.