Possum tries to help Sally set up a tent up in the backyard. However, he doesn't follow the instructions and doesn't assemble it properly. Sally finds the instructions and Possum sets up the tent. Presented in Auslan and English.
LBB has overheard her parents talking about moving house. LBB doesn't want to move, she loves living where she does. With Pink Bear, she comes to realise that anywhere can be a home as long as you are with loved ones.
Tom Tom is always building new drum sets. This time he's borrowed Buzz's band leader shoes to add to his drum kit and Buzz is not happy. How can Buzz go outside without his shoes? Lah-Lah suggests maybe they could get Buzz some new bandleader shoes - his old shoes are kind of old and stinky anyway. So they get on the bus and head down town to the shoe store. Along the way they meet Steve who plays the conga.
Lola the double bass is not feeling very happy. Buzz is concerned and explains that Lola feels like the odd one out, she doesn't look or sound like any other members of the band. They head off to the double bass shop and on the bus they meet the Stringalings who are part of the string family, the same family as Lola. Lola now has two families; the string family and the band.
Lola and Lotta know everything about dogs and are really pleased when Marv lets them look after Sizzles. It all goes well until Sizzles disappears. Then they find not just one Sizzle, but two! How will they tell them apart?
Possum's friend Jay, brings a special surprise for Possum. What has Sally and Jay set up for him in the yard? Jay stays to have fun with Possum pretending they are classmates at school, and who will be the teacher?
Sally and Possum enjoy a wonderful bush walk to learn more about other trees. Possum wants to collect some of the lovely leaves. Instead, they find a way of recreating their memories when they get home.
Scrapboy builds an automatic egg-o-mover to deliver eggs straight to his and dirtgirl's houses, but realises that he likes coming over to get eggs and the chickens would rather lay their eggs in a nest anyway.
It is breakfast time. dirtgirl loves eggs and spinach, hayman loves hay and grubby prefers a big bowl of dirt. Breakfast is scrapboy's favourite meal! He's coming over and he's bringing the pancake machine!
Sally is sorting plant pots from the garden. She asks Possum to help but Possum ends up sorting the pots by colour instead of size. They head inside so Sally can teach Possum to sort things by colour, size and shape.
Possum wants to do something special and surprise Sally. Digging Sally's garden Possum finds Sally's ring and plans to surprise her with it later. Sally and Possum watch as children visit a wildlife zoo.
Finding breakfast takes practice. Andy Day presents a young sea otter watching mum cracking shellfish open. Capuchin monkeys must learn how to break into yummy nuts, and an elephant calf learns how to use its trunk.
The band can't find their toothbrushes and nobody can hear what anybody is saying because Tom Tom's tinkering is making so much noise. Lah-Lah suggests they all help Tom Tom with his sculpture for the Musical Art Fair so the noise will be over faster. When the sculpture is finished the band is surprised to find that Tom Tom has included their toothbrushes in the sculpture!
Lah-Lah teaches the birds to sing and they sound really good until they get so loud nobody can think anymore. To get some peace and quiet they jump on the bus and lead all the birds back to the park where their tweeting won't bother the band anymore. If they can lull the birds to sleep then they can slip away from the park.
Andy looks at baby animals as they learn how to get around. Wildebeest can learn to stand just minutes after they are born. Adelie Penguin chicks must race to catch a parent for food, caiman need to be dug out of their nest.
Dressing up is one of Lola's absolutely favourite things to do. Now she has this fabulous new alligator costume, she is never going to take it off, not ever. Snap, snap, snap! To Charlie's embarrassment, Lola wears her alligator costume everywhere, including the supermarket and the park. She even plans to wear it for her school talk, entitled All About Me. Oh no. Whatever can Charlie do to stop her making a fool of herself?
Andy Day knows young animals learn by playing. Polar bear cubs in the Arctic and langur monkeys in India all love to play. But gorillas are playtime masters - they climb trees, roll around and try to beat their chests.
Andy Day sees how young animals get a ride. In Madagascar, ring-tailed lemurs get a piggyback from mum. Kangaroos have a special pouch to hold their babies, while tiny poison dart frogs carry their tadpoles up into the trees.
Lah-Lah and the band are sleeping in their tents tonight! Buzz, Mister Saxophone, Squeezy Sneezy and Tom Tom crowd in to their tent but Lah-Lah keeps putting off going into hers, she just needs Five More Minutes. She heads to the kitchen for a snack and the rest of the band join her. Buzz keeps falling asleep in silly positions and Lah-Lah startles him awake with her bubbly energy. Buzz works out that there are too many distractions inside and if they slept outside where it's nice and quiet Lah-Lah would finally get sleepy.
Justine Clarke is preparing a special gift for Dash and desperately needs help with the finishing touches before the show starts. With help from their audio engineer-come-rapper Hau Latukefu the show takes a surprising twist. Original series title: Justine Clarke's Ta Da!
Lah-Lah is on her balcony explaining to the birds that the band and her are off to the dentist today. But she's interrupted by a phone call from Buzz, who needs her help straight away. Lah-Lah rushes over to the band's house to find them all in their bedroom but where's Squeezy Sneezy? Squeezy is scared of the dentist and won't come out from under the covers. Lah-Lah shows Squeezy her toy piano and tells him how when she was little she sometimes got scared so she would hold on to her toy piano and that always made her feel braver. Squeezy takes the toy piano to the dentist with him and while he's waiting his turn the band start up a jam to take Squeezy's mind off being scared.
Lah-Lah is on the balcony with the birds practising her scales when she gets a call from Buzz. "A baby? I'll be right over." Lah-Lah arrives to find everyone gathered around Mister Saxophone who is cradling a baby piccolo saxophone. Someone left the piccolo saxophone on the front door step wrapped in a baby blanket. Mister Saxophone is so caught up with high tones of his new instrument he doesn't want to rehearse with the band - he only wants to play solo right now. The band is not happy about this at all. Buzz discovers a note at the door: "Missing piccolo saxophone, please return to nine-year-old Billy." Buzz returns the baby piccolo sax but how do they cheer up Mister Saxophone? The low tones of the baritone saxophone in the Secret Sound game remind Mister Saxophone of the rich low tones of his tenor saxophone and he can't wait to rehearse.
While Scrapboy and Dirtgirl work out how to keep the crows at bay and fuel the tractor with corn juice, ken and grubby try to impress with their solar popcorn stunt. When the stunt goes wrong, Hayman gets back his voice.
Lola's favourite red shiny shoes no longer fit, and Dad insists that she gets a new pair of shoes. Lola is not having any of it. Her old red, shiny shoes are her favourite and she is definitely not going to change them!
An innovative and beautiful video series for young children who use Australian Sign Language (Auslan) as their primary means of communication; designed to enhance their foundational literacy and numeracy skills.
It's Lotta's birthday, and Lola wants to buy her the best present. She's over the moon when she finds a doctor's kit! But it's really hard to give your best friend the best present ever when you like the present yourself!
The five senses are our contact with the world and can protect us from danger - just like animals. Not everyone has five senses. This program looks at how blind and deaf children can use their other senses to compensate.
Carmel is having a birthday party and we join her family as they prepare for the event. We see a cultural mix of popular party games and explore the history of birthday traditions such as blowing out candles on a cake and making a wish.