Dot gathers the crew together to give her dad, the self-proclaimed Scaremaster, a fright he won't soon forget, but in the end, it's the one person she didn't see coming who delivers the final scare.
An artistic animated series about Mati, a cheerful little girl with a passion for art, who is transported into the lives of famous artists from the past by her eccentric, magical sidekick, Dada.
Dot supports Ruby as she goes in to be fitted for brand-new hearing aids where they meet a fascinating woman with a bionic arm.
Mati and Dada are transported into a marvellous journey in Venice, on a gondola together with Canaletto in person.
Brother and sister Bino and Fino live in a modern African city. With the help of their family and their friend Zeena the magic butterfly, they discover and learn things about Africa and the world.
Scarlett puts on her winter jacket because she's heading outside to build a big snow sculpture. Scarlett meets an expert who shows her how to make a horse snow sculpture that she can slide off.
The same basic rule applies to building a cubby as building a house - measure it three times, build it once. This program explores the use of measurement when designing something, and touches briefly on the concept of building to a scale. We visit an architect's office and see the role of computers in modern building design.
Isaiah scales a climbing wall, and learns about the safety equipment climber's use and why it is important to have someone with you when you climb walls. With his harness on, Isaiah climbs his way up to the top.
A beautifully animated tale from Brazil about three servants who disobey the orders of the King of the Ocean. The servants open the King's secret bag and release the deep-sea shadows into the daylight. This film playfully imagines how the night came to be and explores the consequences of curiosity.
Scarlett gets her first formal polka dancing lesson. Scarlett meets a polka dancer teacher who shows her to gallop, jump back and forth and spin polka style. Scarlett gets to dance with a partner to the beats of a live band.
This program looks at all the different situations in which people wear headgear, from competing in cycling races to working as a welder or in a busy commercial kitchen.
Music may be the elixir of life, but just how do instruments make sounds? Spurred by Dodly's mission to come up with sound effects for Flyn's adventure story, we begin by looking at some common household objects that can be used to make sounds.
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.
How often do we stop to take a good look at how a bridge is constructed? This program examines the different forms bridges take and explains some reasons for these differences, such as the nature of the terrain they traverse and the weight of the loads they carry.
Dot gets a low score in an interactive dance game and puts all her energy into proving she can dance by hiring Hal to train her.
After a fallen tree branch destroys Scratch's doghouse, Dot decides to give it a major doghouse renovation.
Muse Thalia is having fun kidding Dada, but she escapes from the Parnassus of Rafael, and Mati and Dada have to bring her back!