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not planed. TV Show was canceled.
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 quartet have to make their own amusement when the television needs to be repaired. Bella suggests they create Tweenie TV, where everyone does a turn. Bella the Ballerina and Jake the Juggler perform, and there's a special appearance from Max.
Judy is given a bag of toys by some older children but leaves it on a bus.
Fizz teases Jake about being slow and then regrets upsetting him. Max helps the Tweenies find fast and slow animals, and Jake and Fizz tell the story of the Hare and the Tortoise.
The pals have a picnic in the woods with their teddy bears, Max then tells them the story of Little Red Riding Hood, which Bella decides they should act out, with her in the title role.
Milo is upset when his paper plane is taken away in the dustcart, meanwhile Fizz and Bella learn about recycling.
Judy shows the Tweenies a sepia photo of her great-grandmother. Fascinated, they decide to dress as old-fashioned people and have Judy take pictures of them. Then they take a trip back in time and experience a carriage ride, with Doodles as the horse.
Bella tries to get the others to join her square club. She makes square badges for them, then she organises a square brick-building contest. But Milo doesn't follow the rules of the game.
Milo and Jake pretend to be aeroplanes and disrupt Fizz and Bella's teddy-bears picnic. Max takes them to see some real planes, and they get a much closer look than he'd anticipated.
Judy has dusting, tidying and cleaning to do in the playroom. She tells the Tweenies she wishes she had some elves to help her, so Bella, Fizz and Milo decide to be elves for the day and secretly tidy the playroom. Jake heads for the garden and makes a very special friend.
Jake finds a treasure stone, which impresses the others. Max helps them to paint stones, then tells a story using stones as illustration. In the end, each Tweenie has their own treasure stone, and there's even one for Doodles.
Max, Bella and Jake go for a walk down the road to see some of the sights of spring.
Max falls asleep in the sunny sandpit and dreams of the seaside.
Fizz is worried when all the leaves fall off the tree in the garden. Max takes her and Jake to the park to see all the other trees. They are amazed by all the different coloured leaves and use some to make a picture to take back to show the others.
Max shows the others how cold weather can make people can have 'dragon breath', then teaches Jake and Fizz about the changing seasons, dragons and hibernation.
Jake is at his grandmother's house, so he misses a trip to the zoo, but Max has a plan.
The Tweenies make preparations to put on a play.
The delivery of a fridge-freezer leaves a huge cardboard box left over. Fizz decides that it could be a puppet theatre. With Judy's help, they get to work to paint the box and make stick puppets. The puppet show is a spectacular success: Fizz narrates and the others act the story with the puppets they've made.
The Tweenies are fascinated by whistling but are frustrated by their inability to actually do it - until Max brings them a bag of whistles. They make so much noise that they're told to play something more quiet. Meanwhile, Doodles is behaving very strangely. Bella meets some birds in the garden who show her how to whistle like them. Judy reads the Tweenies a story, Max reappears and the mystery of Doodles' behaviour is explained.
Fizz and Jake are jealous when Milo gets a new plane and Bella gets a new scarf. Their frustration is made worse when they are excluded from the New Gang. Max does his best to demonstrate to Fizz and Jake that old isn't necessarily bad, but they remain unconvinced. Gradually they come to terms with their situation via a fantasy about flying in the old plane and a timely and relevant story.
The Tweenies play with their toy dinosaurs while Max makes a film at a museum.
The Tweenies are having a one, two, three day prompted by Judy bringing in three cardboard boxes. Unfortunately Bella is a bit late in discovering this, and opts out of the ensuing games. Although the others in no way intend to exclude her, Bella feels left out. We see how she deals with this all too common feeling, which is exacerbated by her interpreting the most innocent circumstances the wrong way. The final straw is when she does not get to play a bear in Goldilocks, but is persuaded to take on the starring role, to great acclaim.
Max has returned from the park with his tape recorder, on which he has been capturing sounds. Before he can play them back, however, he feels like a bit of a nap in the garden. So it is left to Judy to do it. After they have guessed the noises, she explains what recording a sound is all about. However, in the middle of this, Fizz hears a strange noise. Milo and Bella borrow the tape to see if they can find out what it is. They record various sounds around the playroom, but to no avail. They then hear another noise, which turns out to be Doodles snoring, and they talk about what this is. Judy reads them a snorey story, and Fizz hears the noise again. They discover that it is Max who is snoring and decide to play a trick on him.
Milo has bought a magic wand, turning himself into Wando the Wizard. Jake has a go in Milo's absence and believes he has made Doodles disappear. The others join in to look for him with a search and a song – but to no avail. Milo and Jake then imagine going to see a real wizard in Australia. He is called Wizard Oz, and bears more than a passing resemblance to another antipodean who is thrilled at the appearance of two little boys. He gives them a suggestion.
Doodles eats a batch of homemade biscuits, then the Tweenies discover different types of pushing when Doodles gets stuck in the doorway.
It is cold outside – as Doodles finds out when he is accidentally shut out of the playroom. Max looks at his flower book and talks about all the flowers he will grow in spring. The Tweenies walk along a country road and discover all sorts of life going on. They learn about horses, and what farmers have to do all the year round. They also find holly and see other evidence of nature's winter offerings.
Fizz is looking after the toy lamb so Max takes her and Jake off to the farm to see some real lambs. They have a good look around the farm and find the lambs with their mothers out in the field. Jake wonders where they get their woolly coats from so they watch a real lamb being born.
Milo will not reveal what is inside his box, claiming that it is a secret – much to the other Tweenies' annoyance. They are cross and say that friends should share their secrets. They make their own boxes and tease Milo by refusing to say what's inside them. Eventually Milo opens his box and reveals his secret, but can he persuade the others to tell?
During a game of piggy-in-the-middle, Jake is teased for being small. Judy suggests that they all dress up to tell the story of the smallest rabbit who managed to banish a herd of elephants from his family's home. They all realise that the smallest person can be the star of the show and Jake enjoys his moment of glory.
Jake hears strange noises in the garden. They investigate and discover that it is the wind, which they decide is a monster. Max leads them in a Riverdance version of Michael Finnigan, then helps them to make monster masks. The Tweenies have great fun as their masks take over both in and out of the wind.
Max goes fishing, where he spots a frog, plants and weeds.
Fizz and Bella are best friends and do everything together, but today Bella seems to be having more fun with Milo. A sad Fizz thinks she has lost her friend until Bella realises that something is wrong. They make up and realise that friendship is very precious.
Judy has a walk in the countryside when she house sits for a friend.
Max takes a trip to the launderette and decides to have a stroll around the town.
As the Tweenies sing and play, Doodles tries to tell them that he has found something. Each time the Tweenies go to look they see nothing. However Fizz believes Doodles and eventually the two of them discover the mouse which has found its way into the playroom. Judy explains that they must put the mouse in the nearby field.
Fizz wants to be a princess who wears a beautiful dress and goes to a ball. The boys are more interested in hunting for bugs and insects. Fizz does not like creepy crawlies but Bella persuades her to look for butterflies because they are pretty and gentle. They find a beetle, a worm, a ladybird and a caterpillar, but no butterflies. Fizz is upset but Judy gets them all to perform a song which makes everyone happy – The Ugly Bug Ball.
Milo breaks Bella's wand, so she goes in search of a new one and decides that a flower with a long stem will do very well. Luckily, Judy catches her before she cuts it. Judy explains why she should not pick wild flowers and takes Bella and Milo to the park to have a closer look at lots of different flowers.
The Tweenies are playing hide and seek, but Jake watches where the others hide. They think he has done brilliantly and make him a special badge. Jake admits that he has cheated and the others are really angry with him. Judy steps in and helps them make up by organising a special game.
Milo has just been to his brother's sports day where there were lots of races. The others decide that they should have their own Tweenie sports day, so Max and Judy help them set up the races, make medals and organise an opening parade. The Tweenies have great fun with eggs and spoons, the three-legged race and the sack race.
Jake is excited about his new Dot Man comic, but Doodles is rather too eager to see it and accidentally rips the paper. Jake is upset, so Max organises a special game of pass the parcel with a few paper surprises inside. Eventually Jake and Doodles are friends again.
The Tweenies are playing catch when Bella gets a bit carried away and the ball gets stuck in the tree. Fizz, Milo and Judy go on a trip to their local fire station for some advice while Jake, Bella and Max attempt to get their ball down from the tree. Fizz, Milo and Judy meet a fire fighter who shows them a big red fire engine with a huge ladder. They watch the other fire fighters slide down the pole, jump onto the engine and whizz off down the road, sirens sounding and lights flashing. Meanwhile in an attempt to get their ball out of the tree Max, Jake and Bella get even more things stuck up there. Milo and Fizz return to save the day.
Milo has lost his favourite bouncy ball and the others agree to help him find it. They search everywhere and create a marvelous mess but Milo's ball is nowhere to be seen. Realising that Max and Judy will not be too pleased when they discover the state of the playroom, the Tweenies decide that it is tidy up time. Eventually Milo finds his ball in an unexpected place.
Jake and Bella are playing boats but Bella can't decide where to put her lighthouse. Judy builds her a play block cliff. Judy then remembers what it was like when she visited some cliffs. She starts at the bottom and catches a funicular railway to the top. The feeling at the top is very different and Judy can see lots of different things from high up on the cliffs.
Milo has been sent to think about how naughty it was to pinch Bella on the arm. He considers it very carefully and remembers some of the naughty things that the others got up to in the past.
Judy is looking after a goldfish called Miranda. The Tweenies want to see lots of fishes and Judy knows just the place. Judy, Max and the Tweenies take a trip to the sealife centre where they find lots of different fish of all shapes and sizes. Milo and Bella even see a shark!
Fizz tries to explain to Jake why a scrapbook is so wonderful to keep and how the things in her scrapbook all have special memories attached to them.
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