Show Me Show Me – Wikipedia

television receiver series

Show Me Show Me
Genre Preschool
Starring
  • Chris Jarvis
  • Pui Fan Lee
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language English
Production
Running time 55 minutes
Release
Original network CBeebies
Original release 6 July 2009 ( ) –
present

Show Me Show Me is a television display on CBeebies presented by Chris Jarvis and Pui Fan Lee. Aimed at pre-school children, the shows teach and show children and read stories about their toys. It began in 2009. Show Me Show Me is besides available on BBC iPlayer.

Characters [edit ]

The show features five toys : Mo Mo, Tom, Stuffy, Miss Mouse, and Teddington, each of which appears in their own song vitamin a well as in a storybook adventure .

  • Stuffy – A felt cube with orange hair and a pocket at the back
  • Mo Mo – A girl robot with a poseable head and arms
  • Miss Mouse – A knitted mouse with a red dotted headband
  • Tom – A boy rag doll with brown hair
  • Teddington – A teddy bear with a green waistcoat and black bow-tie

In Series 1, a cartoon series produced by TV-Loonland AG called Penelope featuring a blue koala, appeared in episodes, and was late split off on its own prove. [ 1 ] In Series 2, another cartoon series called Uki was featured, about an eponymous short chicken character who conveys emotions through laughter and smiles. As with Penelope, this was finally split off onto its own series. [ 2 ]

format [edit ]

The show takes space on the clear floor of a column and each sequence begins by climbing the ten-storey tower block lift where a child ‘s voice counts from one to ten. On reaching ten we enter Chris and Pui ‘s play room where a charming world of playfulness and games is explored. [ 3 ] Each show centres on two items that form the title of the episode ( for exercise “ Granddads and Glasses ” ), each of which is introduced by a child requesting “ Show me show me granddads ”. Darragh and Jenny then explore the items via videos, songs and activities, american samoa well as a piece in which children talk about their experiences with that detail.

Shows frequently feature one of the characters ‘ songs, or a history read by one of the presenters about the exploits of the toys. Most episodes contain a sequence of a shop. If Chris runs it, Pui comes a different greenhouse rhyme characters such as the Grand Old Duke of York, Little Bo Peep, Incy Wincy Spider, Little Miss Muffet, Old MacDonald, Granny Humpty and Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. If Pui runs it, Chris enters as one of Humpty Dumpty, the Hey Diddle cow, Jack from “ Jack and Jill “, Pat the Baker, or Wee Willie Winkie. The format of the show is similar to that of Play School – the BBC program from the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s .

Episodes [edit ]

Series one had 40 episodes beginning with “ Faces and Flowers ” on 6 July 2009. [ 4 ] Series two again had 40 episodes beginning with “ Flying and Monkeys ” on 6 September 2010. [ 5 ] Series three had 25 episodes and began with “ Surprises and Peacocks ” on 6 June 2011. [ 6 ] Series four has 25 episodes and began with “ Tomatoes and Squeezy Things ” on 4 March 2013 .

“Episodes from Show Me Show Me: Series 4”. BBC. Series five has 26 episodes and began with “Robots and Colanders” on 28 October 2013.”Episodes from Show Me Show Me: Series 5″. BBC. Series six has 20 episodes and began with “Chairs and Harps” on 5 October 2015.”Episodes from Show Me Show Me: Series 6″. BBC.

Episodes from all three series have been repeated frequently, and have besides been shown on both BBC One and BBC Two .

reception [edit ]

The testify has been by and large well received with it receiving 3 to 4 stars from reviewers on the CBeebies web site .

controversy [edit ]

On 7 September 2016, cast extremity Chris Jarvis was alleged to have used profanity during a birdcall about kites, sparking rape among parents and resulting in the CBeebies Facebook page releasing a statement saying “ It ‘s kite everyone, kite ! We make shows for your little ones so it ‘s always going to be kite. ” [ 7 ]

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