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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 stage their own pantomime and make invitations for their parents.
Milo is desperate to make a snowman, but there's so little snow. The answer is to make a little snowman called Cold Wilson and bring him inside to keep him warm.
Fizz wishes her pals were different.
The Tweenies get ready for their show, but what is the story of Jack and the Beans that talk?
The Tweenies perform a panto called Jake and the Beanstalk.
Fizz meets her dream toy, Penelope Pink the Pop Princess; but Penelope isn't as sweet as she looks.
Jake meets a highly-strung string puppet called Jangles, and helps give him the confidence to perform.
Milo doesn't like playing with baby toys like plastic planes - he prefers his rocket just like Commander Cosmos' - until he meets a magical, little blue plane called Joffe in the Enchanted Toyshop.
Bella meets a troupe of theatrical mice in need of a director.
The Enchanted Toyshop wakes up to some surprises on Christmas Day.
When Doodles starts copying Bella, the Tweenies decide to play a "copying" game. They act out the story of Chicken Licken and end up copying Doodles.
When Milo plays with his yo-yo everyone wants to have a go too, but only Fizz has the knack.
Judy visits Mount Snowdon in search of "something wonderful".
The Tweenies turn the playroom into a jungle, complete with leaves and trees, then tell Bella she is acting in a bossy way.
Milo comes in from the garden and leaves muddy footprints on the floor. While the mud is drying, Judy tells the Tweenies a story about the King With Dirty Feet.
Judy brings in parcels of costumes for Cleo's fancy dress party, but the Tweenies have to wait before they are allowed to open them.
The Tweenies play some pulling games when Jake finds a rope in the garden.
Judy shows the Tweenies a video about an octopus and the Tweenies decide to dress up as sea creatures. They use odds and ends from the playroom and make wonderful costumes. The Tweenies sing a song about Olive the octopus and Judy reads then a story called "Commotion in the Ocean".
Jake takes his dolly to Milo's house for a sleepover, but Milo thinks that Jake's dolly is silly.
After imitating monkeys the friends debate whether monkeys swing or bounce.
Fizz is put to the test when she boasts about how good she is at eating with chopsticks.
Judy shows the Tweenies a video about Chinese New Year featuring the Lion Dance. The Tweenies find things around the playroom to make their own lion and they all do the Lion dance in the garden, which is decorated with Chinese lanterns. Judy reads the story of The Lion Dance.
Judy finds her way around the London Underground.
The Tweenies talk about what they would like to be when they are older, then dress up and surprise Max.
Bella falls over and hurts her ankle, and decides to sit down and rest. Then the Tweenies make cutouts of Jake and Bella and colour them in, and they sing Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes.
Some flowers are delivered for Judy, so the foursome make their own, and Bella has a flower shop.
Max searches for scrap metal for Milo.
Fizz pretends to be a baby and sucks her thumb and plays in her cot, but then she can't join in activities with the others.
Fizz produces a model knight on a horse and the Tweenies learn about knights and chivalry. They make shields and lances, and prepare for a tournament. Doodles feels left out and dreams that he is a good knight who fights the baddies and rescues the princess. After his dream, he joins in the tournament – and wins!
The chums dream about being flying postmen, then make cards to post to each other in their cardboard postbox.
The Tweenies see an art gallery on television and decide to make a gallery of their own. Fizz's paintings end in disaster, but Max saves the day by putting them in a modern art gallery.
Judy is making a mosaic from tiny tiles and shows the Tweenies a video of wall and floor mosaics. Judy helps them make mosaic for the playroom floor. Lots of shiny things in the garden go missing, including some of Judy's mosaic tiles, and Max discovers all the lost items in a magpie's nest in the tree.
Milo tries to be good all day. He helps Fizz and Bella decorate their chairs, plays Dotman with Jake, helps Judy finish her song and finds Doodles's missing bone. He even dresses up as a princess so that the Tweenies can sing Three Princesses. Everyone says thanks to Milo.
Judy gives Max a pair of tiger slippers, which inspires the Tweenies to watch a video, play tiger games and sing Tiger Feet.
Doodles tries to play with the others, but he does not know how to. He gets upset and hides in the playhouse. Fizz wonders if dogs are useless, so Judy shows a video about helpful dogs. The Tweenies make medals for Doodles to show how useful he is and he cheers up.
Jake feels that the others are all good at something. Fizz is good at dancing, Bella can cook, Milo tells great jokes and Doodles can smell things. Then Jake realises that he does have a special talent – he is the best audience!
Fizz tells tales about the others and soon Jake and Milo are not talking to Bella. Will Max's story help them to make friends again?
Fizz brings a pet snake to show the others and Milo admits he is scared, so Fizz and Max help Milo to overcome his fear of snakes.
Jake has a terrible tantrum when he can't tie his shoelaces, them dreams that he is a superhero Dotman. But later he realises that he will learn when he is older.
Bella spends the day trying to make others laugh. They are delighted with this new, funny Bella but wonder why she is acting like this. She explains she is being funny to make them like her more, but the Tweenies reassure her that they like her however she behaves.
Max tells Jake about the Man in the Moon, and Jake thinks something is wrong when he sees the moon still out in the morning sky. He tries to find out more about the man in the moon and imagines meeting him and helping him put the moon away.
A crystal present poses problems for Max when he has a smashing time with glass.
Doodles shows a surprise liking for Jake's bananas and one by one he takes them all away. Jake is upset because bananas are his favourite food. The Tweenies take Jake on a banana hunt, but they don't find any – until Doodles provides another surprise.
Fizz has a bad case of the blues. The Tweenies provide a happy song, some jokes and even a visit to Dr Bella, but nothing makes her feel better until Max finally finds a way to cheer her up.
Bella accidentally uses Jake's comfort blanket as a duster. Judy puts it in the washing machine, but it shrinks.
Milo accidentally makes a pen mark on the door, but then it comes to life as scribble-boy, and teases him about what he has done. How can Milo get rid of his scribble? How will he keep his terrible secret from the others? And what will Judy say?
The pals paint each other's portraits, Bella is unhappy with hers. But her friends manage to cheer her up.
Fizz tries the others' patience when she repeats her actions over and over again.
Max visits a pottery to get a present for someone very special.
When Doodles is envious of another dog's jumping abilities Fizz tries to teach him how to jump.
Judy visits a stained glass museum in search of inspiration for a new front-door window.
Jake can't decide which song is his favourite when the Tweenies decide to do their own version of Top of the Pops.
Milo reveals that he can't swim and is taken on an underwater adventure.
When Fizz hears a squeaking noise she is convinced a mouse is near so the friends go on a mouse hunt.
Jake and the others get confused about what happens when night falls.
The Tweenies hunt for green things to make a green dragon. They visit green land and tame Bella the dragon.
A catastrophe leads Doodles to claim everything is his - even the moon.
Jake finds out what "having butterflies in your stomach" really means.
Max sees a chance for stardom when he helps out at a school show.
Max tackles a DIY shelf kit - or is it his grumpy brother?
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