A tiny, young woman is trying to find out where she belongs and who she is. On her journey she meets lots of different friends who name her Thumbelina. The story is her journey to finding ... See full summary »
Andy works at a museum and has the use of a time machine to go back to prehistoric times to collect feathers, bones, dung or whatever else is needed in prehistoric displays for his museum. With the help of the contents of his backpack he manages to keep himself safe and get back to the museum.
A game show where children compete to win back the jewels belonging to Gem. Captain Sinker, and pirates Cook and Line are out there to stop the kids from getting the jewels back. If all ... See full summary »
Andy works at Safari World, the biggest and best wildlife park on the planet, with boss, Mr Hammond, and tech wizard Jen. When trouble strikes Andy jets off in his safari-mobile to visit animals around the world in search of a solution.
Pepi Nana is a doll who comes to life whenever the moon comes out (and her owner is asleep). Moon Baby visits them from the moon and, in what some people might deem a rude guest, proceeds ... See full summary »
A toddler/infant adventure garden which tip-toes between the twilight state of a child being awake and moving through to a state of sleep. It is somewhat psychedelic, yet to a child it is ... See full summary »
I LOVE CBeebies House. It's happy, interesting, brightly-colored, hip, and teaches good lessons. So far it's the only kids' show I love -- Berenstain Bears bores me, Ni-Hao Kai-Lan is a little too precious, and The Wiggles drive me to a frantic search for the remote. (I actually got into a verbal altercation recently with a 2 1/2 year-old who objected to my strong dislike of The Wiggles.) Though Miss Spider's Sunny Patch Friends is okay, Spiderus's jerkiness notwithstanding, nothing holds a candle to The CBeebies House Show. I wish it was on right now.
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