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.
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.
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.
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?
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.
Squeezy won't get out of bed. Under his blankets he's making a very strange sound. a hicc-choo. Lah-Lah guesses that Squeezy has a bad case of the hiccups. Squeezy moans he's a sneezer not a hiccuper. Now the band must help Squeezy get over the hiccups and get back to being his happy sneezy self.
Lah-Lah can't wait to show Buzz the cute little trumpet her uncle sent her in the post - it makes a great high sound. Buzz is just as eager to show Lah-Lah the trombone his aunty sent him in the post, it makes an awesome low sound. Lah-Lah insists her trumpet is better it has three little buttons that you push. Buzz is certain his trombone is better it has a slide that makes the sound go up and down. Mister Saxophone can't take it any longer and points out that both instruments are good and what's more important is having fun playing together.
Lah-Lah is going stargazing with the band, but when it's time to go Buzz keeps delaying things. Lah-lah sees that Buzz is nervous about going to the park where there are strange noises, creatures and other scary things. Lah-Lah realises she has to do something quick or their stargazing won't happen. The band helps Buzz to get over his fears and enjoy the stars.
Tom Tom was tinkering all night long. With so much banging and thumping Lah-Lah and the band didn't get any sleep. There's only one thing to do, so they march out to Tom Tom's shed to have a little chat. Tom Tom explains his tinkering isn't done yet, so to get the noise over with quicker the band offers to help.
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.
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.
I love swimming around and playing in the waters of our tropical ocean. There is so much to explore and many colours and shapes. There are so many things to see underwater. We live in the sea anemone and have a glossy coat. The clownfish has only three stripes on an orange body but some of our relatives have lots of stripes. Sometimes I like to look at the other fish but I think that the striped ones are the prettiest.
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.
There are many birds in the world. You can hear their chattering, singing, cawing, and cackling across every continent. Do you think they will ever learn how to sing properly? And there are so many! Why don't they ever crash? Lets learn more about our bird friends!
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!
Will Lola ever be sleepy enough to go to bed, Charlie wonders? She drinks pink milk with tigers, cleans her teeth with a lion, shoos whales down the plughole and has a pyjama party with some dancing dogs. When at last, Charlie manages to get his little sister to feel sleepy, there's a surprise waiting for him in his bed.
Granny and Grandpa's house is by the sea where there are pony rides and lovely things to eat, a big dressing-up box and Caspar the Cat. But Lola is worried that Soren Lorenson, her imaginary friend, might miss her while she is away. Charlie solves that problem. Then she says she cannot go away because Mum and Dad might miss her. Charlie comes up with another solution. But Lola still doesn't want to go to Granny and Grandpa's. Why? Ohhh, it is because she might miss Mum and Dad. Can Charlie put her little troubled mind to rest?
Andy Day looks at a selection of baby animals as they learn how to warm up and cool down. When king penguins are too cold they huddle together, but when they're too warm they cool down with a mud bath.
Life is just not fair when you are always the smaller one. You can't go to bed late, you can't get your own pink milk and you can't go on the Super Dooper Loop the Looper ride at the fair. Lola does everything she can to make herself taller: imagining she's a sunflower, a skyscraper and even the tallest mountain in the world. Charlie tries to point out all the advantages of being small, and they even swap places. But Lola remains unconvinced. Only the sight and noise of the really scary Loop the Looper makes her change her mind.
We budgies live in Australia. Here you'll find everything that budgerigars need: open and broad plains, lakes, rivers, and mainly thousands and thousands of budgerigar friends. I don't know, but it's a beautiful life. I like it. Eating grass seeds and chatting with our other beautiful friends makes me happy.
Hello, I'm a little zebra. You say you already know of me? I live in Africa. It's nice and warm here, I like it a lot. Also, other animals live here with us and there is always something exciting going on. We are black and white and have stripes. When we come to waterholes we must be careful not to meet the crocodile because he would want to eat us. Even when there are a lot of us, we still walk together. We love to roll in the dust!
Based on the hit bedtime story by Michael Rosen, this program follows the intrepid adventures of siblings Stan, Katie, Rosie, Max and Rufus the dog, who decide one day to go on an adventure in search of bears.
It's the day of the Great Gumnut Football match between Numpups United and Athletico Flamingo. With Gladdy as their manager things start off looking good for the Numpups until Billy, the referee, consults his big book of rules.
Lola and Lotta are best best friends. They do everything together. Then a new girl arrives at school and Lotta seems rather taken with her. Lola starts to feel left out. Inconsolable that Lotta may not like her anymore Charlie and Marv come to the rescue, and Lola realises that of course Lotta is still definitely her best friend. Phew! For one brief moment it looked like life may never be the same again!
Lola and her friend Lotta know everything there is to know about dogs. So they are really pleased when Marv lets them look after Sizzles in the park. They stroke him, they pat him, they groom him. It is all going well - until Sizzles disappears. And when they find him, there isn't just one Sizzles, but two! How will they tell them apart?
Lola is convinced she's the luckiest person in the whole wide world, especially when Granny and Grandpa send her and Charlie the money to go and see the new 'Bat Cat' film. 'Bat Cat' is her favourite! Then things start to go wrong and Lola's luck runs out. Or has it?
Fishing lessons for young animals. Mum finds it easy, but fish slip away from young grizzly bears in Canada. Oriental darters practice with twigs. River otter pups watch mum's sat nav guide her to the fish in North America.
Take a deep breath and let's go under water. There are so much things and creatures to explore. There are all sorts of shapes and colours, even different ways of life. In our world everything is varied. Each living thing: humans, animals on dry, animals living in water, birds, plants, and even insects - are all different. But most of us have three things in common: the need to breath oxygen, to eat, and to breed. Lets look at some of our water animal friends.
Charlie and Lola's well-rehearsed circus act for Granny and Grandpa is put in jeopardy when poor Charlie breaks his arm playing football with Marv. Lola and Soren Lorensen try to nurse him back to health and cheer him up. But will Lola find anything for poor "broken" Charlie to do in the circus?