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. Lester the cockerel loses his voice, and the farmyard gang need to help him get it back in time for the morning cock-a-doodle-doo.
The team have some very special visitors in the balloon: a pair of baby rabbits. Jelly and her friends set off to a city farm to discover what baby animals they have there and at the same time get involved with some pig racing. Green Balloon Club members Ben, Elliot, Macey and Benjamin are planting some bulbs ready for summer, while Lily-Rose is getting very excited about planting some vegetable seeds and growing her own dinner.
Nina has a fabulous science workshop where groups of children take part in her exciting science projects. Nina investigates why yawning makes other people yawn, with the help of Belle, her hearing neuron.
Andy travels back in time after promising to get some more salt for Hatty so she can finish her display of a fossilised footprint of an allosaurus, a massive meat-eating dinosaur that roamed the salt flats of North America 145 million years ago.
Awakened by a rumbling that could only be made by the much-feared Heffalump, Winnie The Pooh and the Hundred Acre Wood crew sets forth to catch the dreaded creature. Disregarded as too young to partake in such a dangerous expedition, Roo opts to search on his own and meets a young, playful Heffalump named Lumpy. Roo discovers that Heffalumps are nothing like what he's been told, and that the creature is equally afraid of Roo's silly pals. Roo and Lumpy strike up a friendship and work together to dispel the unfounded fears of their respective friends and families.
It's the theatre's big birthday bash but it's raining and the theatre is leaking. The guest sax player Melissa Mony can't stop playing the blues and it's making everybody sad. Can Justine Clarke get the party started in time? Original series title: Justine Clarke's Ta Da!
On a snow-covered Christmas Eve, Little Nutbrown Hare and friends stumble across a little Brown Bear who is lost. Determined to return their friend back to his mother, the friends venture on a journey into the unknown woods.
Andy Day sees how lions aren't born with a loud roar. In Antarctica, a penguin chick can be heard by his mum despite 150,000 others. A baby macaque must learn the value of funny faces if she is to fit in.
Andy Day sees how coatis follow mum's tail to safety in the forest. Eider ducks keep a wolf busy while their ducklings find a safe spot. The big mouthed hap is strangest of all - the young fish hide in its mouth.
Sally is making a shopping list. When Possum drinks the last of Sally's milk he wonders where milk comes from. To find out, they watch as some real kids visit a dairy farm. Presented in Auslan and English.
Lah-Lah arrives at the band's house to find Buzz trying to teach the band their marching rhythm for the parade today. They just can't get it right and Buzz is at the end of his band leader's wits. Lah-Lah suggests they go outside where there's more space to move around but that just presents distractions for the band. In the distance a band can be heard warming up for the parade. The band rush off to catch the bus and when they arrive at the park Buzz starts to panic, they still haven't found their marching rhythm. Lah-Lah pulls out her favourite storybook from her bag to try to inspire the band to find their rhythm. "Cinderella Samba, not a cha cha or a mambo."
Lah-Lah is on the balcony with the birds, practising her scales when she gets a call from Buzz. Lah-Lah arrives to find everyone gathered around Mister Saxophone who is cradling a baby piccolo saxophone.
Miranda and Teo set have fun creating a bottle person dairy farm, make labneh and toasted pitta bread and paint a garden splatter artwork. Through the windows, we visit a dairy farm and milk some cows.
Lola finds a toy rabbit near school and is very worried about it. Charlie puts it on the school wall in case its owner comes back to look for it. But when the rabbit is still there after school, Lola insists that they take it home. Charlie is determined they should find the rabbit's owner and sets about doing just that. But Lola gets more and more attached to it, and the rabbit makes friends with her favourite toy, Foxy. How will she ever be able to hand the rabbit over if its owner turns up?
Charlie and Marv go swimming, Lola decides to play 'Spies' with her imaginary friend Soren Lorenson. The two intrepid detectives spy a removal van outside the flats and they become convinced that a big Ogre is moving in next door! Then they change their minds, it's not an Ogre, it's a Wolf! Or perhaps a whole family of hungry wolves!! When Charlie comes home, he says that's impossible, wolves can't possibly be moving in next door! He decides to sort things out once and for all. But who will answer the door?
Lola likes all sorts of creepy crawlies - she is just not keen on spiders. Charlie tries to show Lola that spiders are not bad at all, in fact they are really quite clever. He shows her that spiders can walk upside down, and build fantastic webs that are bouncy like trampolines. Soon Lola gets very attached to a little spider they have found in the house and, before we know it, she has given him a name, made him his own house, found him a friend and is throwing a spider tea party.
Long car journeys and rainy days can be pretty boring, but a dentist's waiting room, where there is absolutely nothing to do, is definitely the most boring place of all. The lady at the desk seems determined to ruin any fun that Charlie and Lola start to have. But even she can't stop Charlie and Lola from turning a dull old water-cooler, fish tank and tooth poster into an epic pirate adventure on the high seas!
Lola has to keep Charlie's birthday surprise a big secret. And it's really, really hard to keep secrets. To stop Lola from telling him, Charlie decides to try to guess the surprise by coming up with the most extraordinary suggestions. Through this he discovers it is old and big and scary. But nothing could ever have prepared Charlie for the best birthday surprise ever.
Andy Day looks at baby animals' tricky first steps. Polar bear cubs slip on the arctic snow. In Africa, a baby elephant needs mum's help to stand up. Mandarin ducklings face a huge leap from their tree trunk nest in Russia.
Sharing the My Little Town play set that Granny and Grandpa gave them proves a bit of a challenge for Charlie and Lola. Lola wants big flowers and a zoo house. Charlie wants an airport with a control tower and a runway.
While watching bats return home, Hamish notices the cave is very dark. "How do bats see in the dark?" Brewster takes the gang into the cave where they meet Finbar Bat. He shows them how he uses his ears to listen to echoes.
Uncle Ray finds a stray dog in the park. Everybody quickly becomes attached to it, but they soon realise that the dog must have a companion who is missing him somewhere. LBB makes it her mission to reunite them.