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In The Night Garden - Igglepiggle & Friends Box Set [DVD]

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As of February 2008, in Canada, the show airs daily at 5:30 AM on Treehouse TV, Mondays to Fridays at 7:30 PM, and Saturdays at 10:30 AM. It, and the Stepping Stone Path, Makka Pakka's Cave and the Pontipines/Wottingers' House, were first featured in the episode "Makka Pakka Washes Faces". Unfortunately, there is so much noise coming from the Tombliboo's house that she can't make herself heard.

The episodes end with one character receiving a bedtime story, which is generated by the magical gazebo that sits at the centre of the Night Garden. Episode 9: The Ninky Nonk Wants A Kiss" - All 6 things that Upsy Daisy kissed, then it finally ends with the Ninky Nonk, to tell Upsy Daisy that the Ninky Nonk wanted a kiss. Images Donate icon An illustration of a heart shape Donate Ellipses icon An illustration of text ellipses. So this is a programme about calming things down whereas most children's TV is about getting everything up. Hasbro won the 2008 "Best Licensed Toy or Game range" Licensing Award for their In The Night Garden.

It's the classical time for tension between children who want to stay up and parents who want them to go to bed. g. the pictures of the characters and props on the gazebo and in the bedtime story) was all designed in Adobe Illustrator. Now you can have Iggle Piggle and Maka Paka on demand with this 4-disc In the Night Garden: Hello Everybody! In January 2009, a spokesman for the BBC confirmed that they had asked Hasbro to change the CGI skin colour of the Upsy Daisy CGI doll following "a handful of complaints". It is filmed mostly in live action, and features a mix of actors in costume, puppetry and computer animation.

Narrated by the calming voice of Derek Jacobi this cBeebies pre-school favourite from the creators of Teletubbies has entranced children across the land. In spring 2008, several new toys arrived, including roll-along characters, Talking Cuddly Makka Pakka, Ninky Nonk Pop-up tent and more. It is filmed in live action and features a mix of actors in costume, stop motion, puppetry and CGI animation. is a British preschool children's television series created, written and composed by Teletubbies co-creator Andrew Davenport [2] [3] for CBeebies and BBC Two and produced by Ragdoll Productions. Producer Anne Wood also states: "We became very aware of the anxiety surrounding the care of young children which manifested itself in all kinds of directions, but the one big subject that came up, again and again, was bedtime.Until 1 April 2008, the show aired on the CBeebies channel every day, including weekends, at 6:25 PM in the "Bedtime Hour" slot after The Story Makers Series 2-4 episodes, in addition to earlier daytime showings on weekdays (like every other show on CBeebies, the same episodes are shown all day). It's the classic time for tension between children who want to stay up and parents who want them to go to bed. The scene then cuts to Igglepiggle, in his boat, getting ready to travel to the Night Garden whilst the theme music plays. pm as of 30 August 2008 and began showing the second series (beginning with "Slow Down Everybody") on 1 September 2008. The first dance was featured in the episode "The Tombliboos' Waving Game" and it first gave a clue in "Igglepiggle's Blanket in Makka Pakka's Ditch".

From 5 September 2009 onwards; to this day, the show remains in the 6:20pm slot and is traditionally the last full-length programme of the day before the bedtime story segment. As of October 2008, in India, the show airs every day on the CBeebies channel, including weekends, at 9 AM, 12 PM and 3 PM. It, along with the Stepping Stone Path and Makka Pakka's Cave was first featured in the episode "Makka Pakka Washes Faces".The six 15-minute specials are CGI-animated in Canada by WildBrain Studios, with an initial broadcast deal made with Hop!

Makka Pakka is so pleased to be able to make his way out into the garden, that he washes Igglepiggle's and Upsy Daisy's faces on the spot. The episodes end with the Tittifers singing their song, and then one character gets ready to go to sleep. Then, we see all the characters except for Igglepiggle going to sleep while Igglepiggle delivers his goodbye sequence. The creators of this magical show on the CBeebies channel have turned to the toymakers Hasbro to come up with all the In The Night Garden merchandise.

was removed from its 6:25 pm "Bedtime Hour" slot, which resulted in a nationwide fan petition outside the BBC's Television Centre studios asking for the programme to be re-instated to its normal slot. We wanted to explore the difference between being asleep and being awake from a child's point of view: the difference between closing your eyes and pretending to be asleep and closing your eyes and sleeping.

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