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Produced by the BBC, Tweenies is a British sensation starring full-body puppets, the "preschoolers", Bella, Milo, Fizz and Jake, their dog, Doodles, and the "grownups" Judy and Max. The gang and viewers at home learn to express themselves through language; encounter concepts from nature like weather, time, and magnets; enjoy creative activity in music and the visual arts; and explore issues in social interaction. Viewer interactivity is encouraged with action songs, stimulating kid's imaginations with each new Tweenie activity. Characters Bella: The oldest and tallest of the Tweenies. She is 4 and a half years old. Bella is quite the bossy and smart. She is Best friends with Fizz. Basically the only one to get along with better than the rest. Milo: A crazy 4 year old. He's funny and has a big imagination! He is best friends with Jake. Usually he says he's my mate! And his most...
The Tweenies get excited about singing Music Man in which they play imaginary instruments. Milo gets carried away with a drum, and Jake with a pot lid, and they make a dreadful noise. Judy takes control and encourages them to give a Top of the Pops-style performance.
Jake is scared of spiders, so Max shows him a film and makes him his own spider model. Soon he feels confident enough to join the others in the garden for a spider hunt.
As the Tweenies rest from the exertions of their action song, they notice how different Doodles is compared to them and that they all seem to be the same as each other. They soon discover that is not the case. As they all go about their play activities, Milo gets in everyone's way with his game, Jake spoils Bella's game and everyone blames each other for the ensuing chaos. Judy has to take things in hand and show them that they are all different and that they all like different things but that people are all as important as each other.
Jake, Fizz and Max explore an old house which is now a museum. Jake decides he is the Grand Old Duke of York, and insists that the three of them must go up and down any hill that they come across. At the old house, they have great fun exploring the way people lived, worked and enjoyed themselves in olden times.
Jake notices that the curtains of the surprise area are twitching every now and then and he and the other Tweenies decide that there is a monster behind them. None of them will go and have a look as they are all too scared. The Tweenies all decide what they would each like it to be but they do not convince themselves. To their horror Judy pulls a book from behind the curtains but she does not seem to have seen anything scary so during their story about Mr. Underbed they all keep an eye on the surprise area curtains. When the story is finished they admit to Judy that they are scared of what might be there. Judy seems to know what it is and encourages them to go and have a look. When they do they are glad that they did.
The Tweenies sing two of their favourite songs - Put Your Finger in the Air, and Tommy Thumb – and it sets them thinking about what they can do with their fingers. They use their hands to make shadow animals while they sing more of their favourite songs. Then they make puppets from gloves and bits and pieces from the messy area, and this leads to a black theatre puppet show narrated by the very able Bella.
The Tweenies discover that someone who is half fish and half person is called a mermaid. Fizz and Bella get very excited about this and decide that they should become mermaids. They find what they need in the dressing up box and together with Milo and Jake they explore and sing about these wonderous creatures. Mermaids may not be real but they are fun.
Fizz goes to ballet every Saturday and wants to share the joy of a ballet lesson with all the other Tweenies. She has difficulties getting Jake to do it properly, keeping Milo in order and stopping Bella from taking over but her enthusiasm wins out and with the help of the dressing up box, a new headdress she made herself and a story from Max about a ballet class, they are able to perform a little ballet for Max at the end.
Jake cannot find his toy train. Milo is too busy playing, but Bella and Fizz help him look for it. They look behind and under lots of things but there is no sign of it. Milo has an idea, and the Tweenies make a runaway train out of cardboard boxes. It's a great hit with Jake, so they decide to have one last look for the toy train. Doodles finds it.
Max is trying to make the garden look a bit more interesting and he remembers a beach that has millions of pebbles. Judy, Milo and Bella go off to see this beach and they discover the different shapes, sizes and colours of the stones that you can find. They also find many different things you can do with stones and pebbles from the beach and the fun you can have with them.
The Tweenies have all sorts of notions as to how a telephone works. Is there someone inside it? What makes it ring? Do you speak into it or at it? They experiment with the way things travel down tubes and what happens to your voice if you speak into one end of a very long tube. The Tweenies now understand the fact that a telephone allows you to speak to someone who is not in the same place as you but somewhere else.
Jake is having difficulty keeping up with the others and when he tries to join in their game he is told that he is too small.Jake goes to confide in Doodles and realises that although he is smaller than the rest he has grown and can do lots more things than he used to be able to do. Judy tries to help the others understand how Jake is feeling and since their game is over, due to the ball being lost, they decide to play something they can all join in.
Fizz and Milo are off to the beach with Max to try and find a starfish. On their trip they find rockpools, and discover the creatures that live in them. Fizz does not understand how a star can be in the sky and then in the sea. The seaside teaches them about the fauna found in rockpools and enables them to finish a pretend rockpool Jake and Bella have made in the playroom.
Max brings a marionette puppet to show the Tweenies and it fires them up to make their own puppet show. The marionette is delicate, and they are warned not to play with it. However, Bella breaks one of the strings, hides the puppet in Doodles's beanbag, and blames him. Bella eventually owns up and admits it was her fault. She learns that it is wrong to tell lies.
Milo is in a noisy mood. He has found a noisy instrument that he calls his rattler, and goes round each person in turn showing them how noisy it can be. The rest of the Tweenies are in a quiet mood, and try to get Milo to make less noise, but it takes Max's intervention to sort the situation out. They each make an instrument, and together they play them first in a quiet way, and then in a noisy way.
A lack of sleep puts Milo in such a bad mood that he does not want to play with anyone.
After an accident in the playroom, it is decided that the park is the place to play with balls. Milo, Bella and Max go off to the park to play. They have a look at various parts of the park before they are sure that it is the right place to play with a ball. Back in the Playroom, Judy is showing Fizz and Jake how to play skittles with a ball which is the right size for indoors. All the Tweenies discover that you can have fun with a ball anywhere.
Jake has arrived with his 'Dotman' super hero cape on. When his mum made it for him, she sewed on lots of coloured dots and this gave Dotman the power to put back any colours that disappear from the world. This is exactly what happens. All the colours suddenly disappear from the garden and Dotman is the only person who can bring them back. Dotman saves all the colours and even sort out Doodles' colour problem.
The Tweenies watch a gymnast on a bar and Milo invents a game, swinging over and under a bar, then the others join him in an adventure with a friendly bear, and learn what the words 'over' and 'under' mean.
Fizz catches sight of a rainbow when she is in the garden and thinks how magical it is. She tries to describe how colourful it was, but the others want to see one for themselves. Judy helps out by getting them to watch some on video and to take note of the many colours that are in a rainbow. They then make their own rainbow with all the colours they can remember and put it up above the window, but will they all see a real rainbow?
Sir Milo finds himself in possession of an unusual dragon.
Judy arrives with a tub of modelling clay and the Tweenies discover that the wibbly-wobbly material can be shaped and squeezed into all sorts of things, such as a horse, a rocket and a castle. Unfortunately their beautiful models disappear while Judy is telling the story of the Gingerbread Man. Max has the answer to the mystery of the vanishing clay, and the Tweenies work together to make one more wibbly-wobbly creation.
The gang try to find a home for a lost frog called Norman.
Playing with a buttonhole, some glue and two shoelaces, the Tweenies get stuck together.
Jake produces some funny looking objects which turn out to be daffodil bulbs. The friends plant the bulbs and make paper plants for the empty pots.
Using his magic polish, Max shows the Tweenies how to make dull old metal sparkle and shine. The Tweenies find lots of metal objects, and with a little help from Bella's fairy wand, fill the room with shiny metal.
The friends learn about size by comparing ants with elephants, then hear some stories about large and small animals.
Milo, Bella and Jake plan a surprise party for Fizz's fourth birthday. Judy and Max help them decorate the playroom and make a birthday cake.
Max is trying to decide where to go on holiday, so, using their imaginations, the other Tweenies take him to sunny beaches and snowy mountains.
While building sandcastles, Milo and Jake discover that sand is a good place for hiding treasures and decide to go on a hunt.
The Tweenies make some costumes so they can dress up as animals and perform a show.
Bella finds a lost brooch. Max takes Bella and Milo to the local police station to hand it in. Down at the station, Bella and Milo join the police on their rounds. Milo does not catch any burglars but they do reunite a lost child with his mum.
Judy is trying to decorate the Surprise Area but is having great difficulty in finding a colour that looks just right, whilst Max shows the gang how to print a decorative fairy border using various shapes and different colours.
Milo has lost the wheel of his fire engine, while searching for it, the other Tweenies find lots of things that roll.
The rain spoils the Tweenies' plans for a nice picnic, so instead they make their own rainy day collage and dive right in.
The Tweenies are bored with their toys so Max suggests that they play with the cardboard boxes he has left in the garden. At first they are unimpressed, but soon the Tweenies realise that a box can be anything they want it to be. Soon they have created a cardboard box train which takes them to space, under the sea and into the jungle.
Max teaches the gang how to look after their dog, Doodles.
Milo cannot wait to show off his new jumper his gran has knitted for him, but Doodles and Jake's horseplay leaves it a great deal shorter when it unravels.
Max helps Bella make a pair of wings and a wand. Then he tells the story of Sleeping Beauty and the Tweenies do some acting!
Fizz, Jake and Max go for a ride on a narrow boat that belongs to and old friend of Max's and go in search of unusual boats that Fizz has seen on the canal near where she lives.
While the snow falls, the Tweenies learn about icebergs and volcanoes, to find out the difference between hot and cold and then Bella meets Mr Hot and Mrs Cold who sing a song to help explain the difference.
Rushing in, arriving late, Milo gets the hiccups! Bella, Fizz and Jake try to help him stop them – even Doodles has a go! But what are hiccups? Why do they come? Where do they go? Milo tries to find out.
No matter where Bella goes or what she does she always seems to ruin things. When she spoils things for everyone she has to say sorry. But maybe the others should have let her join in with them – so is Bella entirely to blame?
Jake becomes Little Boy Blue and falls asleep. Meanwhile, Max becomes a roving reporter and visits a meadow with his camcorder and then gets ants in his pants!
Jake wants to know whether windmills are magic, or operated by the wind. So Jake, Fizz, Milo and Bella all take a magical trip inside their very own bubbles floating across the sky!
The Tweenies find out that it is no good saying "I can't do it" – they must try! Jake finds out he can sing Looby Lou, Fizz that she can stand still and Milo and the rest have an adventure with an alien in outer space!
Milo finds a leaf stuck in his jacket and becomes convinced he's a tree. Max looks at different leaves, and Judy goes on a search to find an oak tree.
Milo is concerned that he cannot join in with the circus game because he cannot be as funny as the other clowns. They can juggle and spin plates, but Milo cannot. Judy tells a story about a clown called Milo, convincing him that all he has to do is be himself. He performs and Bella plays the hooters.
The Tweenies are taught what litter is and Jake invents a game of Litterbug. Playing pass the parcel is good fun but what a mess it makes - the only place for all that litter is in the bin!
Strange goings on are afoot, as first Milo's shoe, then the dressing-up shoes, and then Max's gardening shoes go missing, but who is the mystery shoe snatcher?
When Doodles gets stuck in a tree and the friends use pogo sticks, butterfly wings, aeroplanes, balloons and, finally, a ladder to get him down.
Bella and Milo fall out and won't talk to each other, so Jake and Fizz try to make the peace, but eventually it's Doodles who comes to the rescue.
Jake is playing in water and starts to imagine that the whole playroom is flooded.
The Tweenies play "who am I?" by wearing a blindfold and trying to guess who is in front of them just by touching. Milo loves his blindfold so much that he keeps it on all day, while Jake and Bella make a picture they can feel.
The Tweenies are not convinced that milk comes from cows. They can't believe you squeeze those dangly things and then drink it. Judy visits a friend's farm one day and shows what happens.
The Tweenies make their own solar system and Jake constructs a rocket. Together Captain Jake and his intrepid crew then set off on a space voyage into the unknown, to boldly go where no Tweenie has gone before!
Fizz is taken to hospital for a checkup after she falls off her bike and hurts her wrist. Meanwhile, Jake, Bella and Milo make their own pretend hospital as they wait for Fizz to return.
Bella makes café for the others to visit for tea, while Max shows them his visit to a real café.
Judy demonstrates how to dress a wound when Jake falls and cuts his finger. Then they all make finger puppets and perform a show.
Milo causes chaos as he tries to balance on his scooter, and Fizz, Jake and Bella play game of musical statues.
Milo shows the others how to draw a perfect circle. Then they go circle-spotting in the playroom and the garden. Jake feels left out because he isn't as quick as the others, but when he becomes Dot Man he finds plenty of circles and puts them to good use rescuing Doodles.
When the gang find a wiggly worm in the garden they wonder what it would be like to be teeny-weeny. Fizz's magic words transport the Tweenies to a giant world full of enormous flowers, buckets and snozzle monsters.
While Judy cuts the grass with a lawn mower, Max watches a combine harvester in the fields cutting wheat.
Max tells Fizz his favourite food is pancakes, so the Tweenies make some for him, but then Doodles spoils the culinary surprise by eating the lot.
Jake tries to count the new buckets that he finds behind the surprise curtain, Bella and Milo try to help by building sandcastles and making flags.
Jake cannot co-ordinate himself when he dances the Hokey Cokey.
Fizz and Milo discover that all the story books have disappeared and wonder where they have gone. So instead of reading them a tale, Judy asks them to help her tell the story of Ananse and the Sky God.
Bella introduces her new pet, Sally the stick insect, and the gang see other animals that use colours and patterns for hiding. Meanwhile Milo finds a clever way to hide in the garden so that the others can't find him.
Max's car has broken down so he decides to get the train. Having bought his ticket, found a seat and bought a drink he falls asleep and misses his stop. He gets off at the next stop and misses the next train back. He arrives very late at the playgroup and tells the Tweenies all that has happened.
After singing Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush on a cold and frosty morning, the Tweenies are disappointed to find that all the snow and ice in the garden has melted. Max helps them to make it a frosty day inside by showing them how to make paper ice patterns and icicles. Finally, the Tweenies can step outside into the magical world of Jack Frost.
Jake introduces his new invisible friend called Douglas. Meanwhile Fizz and Bella are practising a new dance - Tweenie Beat, but Jake can't seem to learn it. Perhaps Douglas can help?
Max takes Fizz and Jake for a boat trip on the River Thames. Later Judy, Milo and Bella see a footbridge in the country.
Bella boasts about her beautiful bracelet, but then breaks it. So Fizz makes her own bracelet from pasta.
Piles of books arrive in the playroom and the Tweenies use them to build tall towers instead of reading them.
Jake looks through his box of games to recall fond memories while he recovers from a bout of chicken pox.
Fizz finds a fallen star in the garden while the gang are putting up their Christmas decorations. Did it drop from the tinsel Milo played with, or did it fall from the sky?
Bella wants to be the fairy on top of the Christmas tree.
Dotman and Alf Elf visit Santa in his grotto at the North Pole to watch him wrap his gifts, and what to do when you have no wrapping paper, only potatoes.
The friends prepare to perform their own nativity play - but who will play which part? Will Milo be Joseph or a king? And will Bella get to play an angel?
The Tweenies hope for a visit from Father Christmas. If their dreams come true they'll be taken on the trip of a lifetime on Santa's sleigh and see the children of all the world.
The Tweenies are having a picnic but Judy has forgotten a few items so she pops out to the corner shop. She gets a bit carried away and forgets what she went for. Eventually the picnic is ready and they all tuck in.
Fizz and her friends can't go in the garden or on the computer. They can't go anywhere! They decide on a magical flying carpet ride.
Fizz discovers a special picture box in her toybox - it is a sign. The Tweenies discover that signs tell you all sorts of things – like where to find the post office or the toilet. Max makes some special signs which take the Tweenies on a treasure hunt.
Bella is having a sleep-over at Fizz's house. Fizz gets annoyed with Bella coming in and disrupting her very tidy bedroom. However, once Fizz has calmed down a bit, they have a laugh about some of the silly things the Tweenies have done at playgroup.
Max goes shopping after learning a special remembering song to make sure that he doesn't forget what to buy.
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