Snuggle up with Big Ted and the gang as Story Time returns with another collection of loved stories read by an exciting array of storytellers, including Jack Charles, Emma Alberici, Casey Donovan and Kumi Taguchi.
Justine and Dash are getting ready for their jazz show, but props master Ben Woods has had a giant clean out and there are no props left! By learning how to improvise, can they imagine their way out of trouble in time?
When special guest percussionist Bree Van Reyk's musical instruments don't arrive in time for the show, Justine, Dash and Bree all have to put their heads together to come up with a new way to create some amazing new sounds.
There's to be a classical quartet performance with eccentric conductor George Ellis. However, there are blowflies in the theatre and George can't stand blowflies. Justine and Dash now have a very big, buzzy challenge on their hands.
Enter a spectacular world of whimsy, fun and fantasy in this acclaimed visual extravaganza. Leslie Zevo is a fun-loving adult who must save his late father's toy factory from his evil uncle, a war-loving general who builds weapons disguised as toys. Aided by his sister and girlfriend, Leslie sets out to thwart his uncle and restore joy and innocence to their special world.
Learn what it really means to have a pet, the responsibility of caring for its needs as well as the joy that having a pet can bring! Ferne heads off to meet twins Jess and Rosie and their grandma's alpacas.
When Justine Clarke accidentally stomps on the foot of ballroom dancer partner Paul Mecurio and Dash chews her fancy dancing shoes the ballroom dancing spectacular show suddenly turns very wobbly. Original series title: Justine Clarke's Ta Da!
Get Grubby TV takes pre-schoolers on imagination-charged adventures. Join Costa, Dirtgirl and Scrapboy to explore and celebrate Dirtgirlworld and the wonderful landscapes of rural, urban and suburban Australia.
Lily-Rose, Ant, Cat, Jay, Sky and Skipper the dog travel Great Britain in a green hot-air balloon. The Green Team are finding out about creatures that communicate using vibrations. Green Balloon Club members Lukasz, Tabitha and Xavier are on the trail of a greater spotted woodpecker, while Jelly and her friends head to Scotland to go dolphin spotting. The Green team find out about how spiders use their webs and even make a communication system of their own.
Gobo the goat, Petal the pig, Digger the puppy and Dash the donkey help each other out as they go about life on the farm. Digger steps into Old Pop's shoes for the day. He tries his best to do a good job.
Join Luke and Zindzi as they make use of the laundry basket laboratory, make a roly poly ball wall painting and test some balloon rockets. Plus, look through the windows as some children play with bubbles.
Andy and Kip embark on a wild adventure to see grizzly bears in Alaska. To get close to the bears, Andy shrinks to the size of a salmon and swims with them upstream where the bears are waiting. Andy tries a spot of fishing, just like the bears, but finds it much harder than he had expected!
Mr Bloom is having a clumsy day and keeps having accidents in the garden. Inside the nursery, Sebastian the aubergine has organised an art competition but Margaret accidentally spills paint on Joan's picture.
Scarlett visits the children's museum where she builds a castle using giant building blocks, plays a floor piano, has a boat race at the water table, and best of all gets to play in a huge pin wall! The museum is so much fun!
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.
Having begged Granny and Grandpa for a scooter, Lola suddenly decides that she now wants a pair of real, actual ice-skates. Everyone is dubious. Charlie reminds her she felt the same about her old yo-yo and Dad warns her that he doesn't want to find the ice-skates in the bottom of her cupboard. But Lola is adamant she needs actual ice-skates because they are sparkly and white, and when she gets them, she will be the best ice-skaterer in the whole school. But it's not quite that simple.
Lola and Lotta have got a pretend shop that sells completely everything. They're having great fun until they accidentally sell Charlie's swimming goggles to Morten, their only customer. "Well get them back," insists Charlie. "We can't," bemoans Lola, "He did proper paying, with banana chips!" Charlie is not amused and wants his goggles back immediately. Morten, on the other hand, doesn't want to swap the goggles for anything.
Buzz has lost his boom chaka and without it he can't write songs or lead the band! When the band can't find Buzz's Boom Chaka anywhere close to home, they go to check at the park. All the natural sounds around Buzz inspire him and without realising it Buzz directs the band to play a song. Looks like Buzz has got his Boom Chaka back!
We live in the ocean! It's huge and wet. But mainly we live on the ocean shore. That's where all the seal families make their home. What we love the most is swimming! Water is the greatest fun in the world. We have no problem staying in the water for hours at a time. Together with dolphins, we love to jump into the waves. Look at us go! Isn't that awesome?
There are many pelicans in the world. We are Australian pelicans. But we don't live only in Australia. We also live in other parts of the world. Pelicans like to hunt together. We hunt as a team. We swim in the water in a flock making noises with our feet and wings, that's how we drive the fish into shallows where we easily catch them. Flying is very easy for us and our nests are built from grass stews.
I am a crocodile and I'm going to tell you curious people, what it was like for me when I was in the egg. From inside my egg I could peek at: oceans, forests, rivers, and every kind of landscape that can be found on Earth - all the places around the world where crocodiles live. When I got out of my egg I found myself in Australia this is the place where some of the biggest crocodiles in the world live. But they also live in other parts of the world too. And why are people afraid of crocodiles? Find out yourself.