HEY DUGGEE- a place for children (and their parents) to have fun, be energetic, and most of all to DO THINGS!
The show is based around a children’s playgroup called The Squirrel Club. Its run by a big dog called DUGGEE. The Squirrel Club is a place where kids have adventures and earn badges for their accomplishments.
There are five children who go to the Squirrel club. HAPPY, NORRIE,TAG, BETTY & ROLY. Their parents drop them off every day and they spend a couple of hours having fun and adventures with DUGGEE, in his clubhouse, and outside in his fantastical world before being picked up again at the end of the show.
We have a bumper edition of HEY DUGGEE this week with six glorious episodes, including: Tinsel, Drawing, Cake, Hair, Summer Holiday and Rescue.
Bing is a groundbreaking television series for CBeebies that celebrates the noisy, joyful, messy reality of life when you’re a preschooler. Bing stories are small but they are full of the everyday dramas that all young children and the grownups in their lives will recognise.
Bing is 3 years old and, like all 3 year olds, is energetic, playful and engaged with the world around him. As he encounters new experiences, Bing’s combination of enthusiasm and inexperience can sometimes lead to small disasters! Just as Bing thinks he’s got the hang of something new, life swings back and knocks him over. However with a bit of help from Flop, his constant companion and carer, things work out okay in the end. As Flop always says: “Never mind Bing, it’s no big thing.”
Children will love joining Bing, his friends Sula and Pando and his cousins Coco and Charlie as they encounter the big stories in the tiniest moments of preschool life – whether it’s playing with shadows, making smoothies or finding a frog in the garden.
For grownups, Bing is about relating to a very young child as he or she quickly grows and develops, and about dealing with the range of new – and often challenging – behaviors that come with this development. Bing aims to explore these situations in a way that both celebrates the realities of loving a preschool child and offers up strategies for dealing with the trickier moments.
Author Michael De Souza says of his creation, “Rastamouse has a positive message for young children, promoting the need to understand what is right from what is wrong, and why, in a meaningful context.”
If you want to have more fun when you get home from the cinema, go to www.rastamouse.com to find out all about the nation’s favourite reggae-playing mouse, play games or just listen to Da Easy Crew’s crucial tunes. Rastamouse and Da Easy Crew also want to hear all about how you made a bad ting good – so send any pictures or stories in to them at email@example.com.
“Through understanding, love an' respect; Rastamouse will always make a bad thing good.”