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Season 4 / Episode 12 and airs on 21 November 2017 09:30
Four fruit tea-loving, birdlike characters named Great BigHoo, Toodloo, Chickedy and Chick sail away from their world to ours, seeking adventure and fun wherever they go.
Neil Nunes. Stop-motion preschool programme about the adventures of four inquisitive Twirlywoos. The Twirlywoos watch a man as he covers his car in cleaning foam. Chickedy and Chick squirt foam everywhere.
Neil Nunes. Stop-motion preschool programme about the adventures of four inquisitive Twirlywoos. The Twirlywoos find themselves in an office. Thy spin the office chairs round and round.
Neil Nunes. Stop-motion preschool programme about the adventures of four inquisitive Twirlywoos. The Twirlywoos visit a garden. There is a deflated inflatable on the grass. The lady brings out a pump and starts pumping up and down. The Twirlywoos decide to have a go at pumping up and down whilst the lady is inside with the children. Great BigHoo is so good at pumping up and down that the giant dinosaur is soon fully inflated, to the delight of the children. The Robot visits the Twirlywoos on the Big Red Boat. The Twirlywoos take turns to turn the Robot's key which causes the Robot to shoot up and down, taking Chickedy and Chick with it!
Neil Nunes. Stop-motion preschool programme about the adventures of four inquisitive Twirlywoos. The Twirlywoos visit a house where a parrot lives. The parrot is very noisy. The Twirlywoos enjoy copying the parrot's movements, which excites the parrot, causing it to squawk very loudly indeed. The table is making a noise and so is the Fruit Tea Machine, and when the doors join in too it becomes very noisy. The Hooter is noisier than everything though.
Neil Nunes. Stop-motion preschool programme about the adventures of four inquisitive Twirlywoos. A man is putting a poster up on a billboard. The Twirlywoos are watching him unroll the strips of the poster and paste them on the board, using a roller to flatten them out. The Twirlywoos help the man by rolling the strips of the poster out of the van. Does the picture on the poster look right when all the rolls are hung up? The Piece of Paper visits The Big Red Boat. Peekaboo goes to investigate and rolls with it. Toodloo shows her balancing skills and Great BigHoo, Chickedy and Chick run and roll out of the way.
Neil Nunes. Stop-motion preschool programme about the adventures of four inquisitive Twirlywoos. A man in a restaurant is looking at his mobile phone. He puts it in his briefcase but it rings again. The Twirlywoos pass the phone to the man every time it rings. It goes in and out of the briefcase. Great BigHoo throws the phone out and it lands in a glass. Toodloo throws the phone out and it lands in the coat pocket. Chickedy and Chick throw the phone out and it lands in the lady's hair. What will it land in next? The Stop-Go Car visits the Twirlywoos. It drives in to Peekaboo's house and then out again. The Stop-Go Car does this over and over again until Peekaboo decides he has had enough and sends the Stop-Go Car out.
Neil Nunes. Stop-motion preschool programme about the adventures of four inquisitive Twirlywoos. A man is packing his suitcase ready for a holiday. He stretches his swimming goggles and his swimming trunks before placing them in the suitcase. The Twirlywoos have a go at stretching too. What will the man wear to go swimming in now? The Twirlywoo Screen entertains with something long, green and stretchy, and the Quacky Birds are all of a flap.
Stop-motion preschool programme about the adventures of four inquisitive Twirlywoos. The Twirlywoos are watching a man flying his model aeroplane. They watch it coming and going as it flies overhead. Toodloo jumps into the seat and Great BigHoo uses the control box to fly Toodloo and the aeroplane. Chickedy and Chick watch the aeroplane coming and going with Toodloo in the flying seat. The Brass Band visit the Twirlywoos on the Big Red Boat - but are they coming or going?
Neil Nunes. Stop-motion preschool programme about the adventures of four inquisitive Twirlywoos. The Twirlywoos watch some children untie balloons, which then fly up high into the sky. Great BigHoo unties all the balloons and he, Toodloo, Chickedy and Chick fly up and up high in the sky. So high in fact, that the balloons are dusted with stardust. The Piece of Paper visits the Twirlywoos on the Big Red Boat and thenfolds itself into stairs for Chickedy and Chick to climb up. Great BigHoo and Toodloo struggle to get up as high as Chickedy and Chick.
Neil Nunes. Stop-motion preschool programme about the adventures of four inquisitive Twirlywoos. The Twirlywoos are in a warehouse, underneath a cardboard box. They watch a man load a lorry with parcels, but then he goes to load the box which the Twirlywoos are hiding underneath. The box runs around the warehouse and the man tries to catch it. The Hooter calls the Twirlywoos and they fly up with the box still on them, before it drops down to the man underneath. The Very Important Lady visits the Twirlywoos on the Big Red Boat and after singing she falls to pieces. The Twirlywoos put her back together but there is a piece missing - Peekaboo is underneath it. The Very Important Lady's missing piece is moving about by itself! Eventually the Very Important Lady is put back together again but Peekaboo is still underneath her.
Neil Nunes. Stop-motion preschool programme about the adventures of four inquisitive Twirlywoos. The Twirlywoos watch a fisherman make his rod longer and longer. The fisherman casts out the line and settles down for a nap. Chickedy and Chick run along the rod to the very end. Toodloo runs along the rod and jumps to join Chickedy and Chick. This causes the rod to spring up sending them flying! The fisherman wakes to discover a long, long, long fish at the end of his line. The Twirlywoo Screen draws a small line that Chickedy and Chick help make longer. Toodloo helps the line get a little longer still but when Great BigHoo taps the screen, the line becomes so long it shoots off the Twirlywoo Screen. The line gets longer and longer and goes into the Big Red Boat - right into Peekaboo's house! The Twirlywoos run after the Twirly Rings whilst Peekaboo reels in the long line.
Neil Nunes. Stop-motion preschool programme about the adventures of four inquisitive Twirlywoos. The Twirlywoos watch people using a lift in a building. Chickedy and Chick follow two people into the lift and go up high with them, waving to Great BigHoo and Toodloo. The Twirlywoos keep making the lift go high and low at speed. The people emerge from the lift feeling very dizzy. Back inside The Big Red Boat, it is time for fruit tea but the Fruit Tea machine stays down low.
Neil Nunes. Stop-motion preschool programme about the adventures of four inquisitive Twirlywoos. The Twirlywoos find themselves in a restaurant and a waiter is taking the diners' orders. The chef rings the bell when the food is ready and the waiter collects it from the serving hatch. The waiter collects a delicious trifle but gets confused as to which way to go when the Twirlywoos keep ringing the bell. He goes this way and that way, eventually getting a taste of the trifle himself. The Box pays the Twirlywoos a visit. Leaves flies up out of the open Box. They are blown across the Big Red Boat and Peekaboo blows them straight back. The Twirlywoos follow the leaves this way and that way as The Box and Peekaboo blow the leaves to each other, over and over again.
Neil Nunes. Stop-motion preschool programme about the adventures of four inquisitive Twirlywoos. The Twirlywoos watch an artist make his clay sculpture's head smaller. The Twirlywoos then have a go and make the whole sculpture smaller and smaller until it is smaller than the Twirlywoos! The Twirlywoos are visited by the Piece of Paper. The Piece of Paper folds itself up smaller and smaller and smaller still! Peekaboo comes out of his hole to see what is going on and the Piece of Paper unfolds itself so that it covers Peekaboo!
Neil Nunes. Stop-motion preschool programme about the adventures of four inquisitive Twirlywoos. The Twirlywoos watch a man polish a suit of armour. As he is polishing, the man drops the cloth inside the suit of armour. He cannot reach it and goes off to get another cloth, taking the helmet with him. Great BigHoo manages to fall inside the armour and Toodloo jumps in after him - Chickedy and Chick soon follow! What fun will the Twirlywoos have in the suit of armour? Back inside The Big Red Boat, The Box comes to visit the Twirlywoos. There are strange noises coming from the open box. Chickedy and Chick jump inside to investigate. Great BigHoo and Toodloo join them inside too. The Box suddenly jumps about and The Twirlywoos all leap out but there is still a strange noise coming from The Box. What could it be?
The Twirlywoos watch a lady trying to make a picnic bench, fitting planks of wood together. Her dog comes to tell her it is time for a walk. Whilst she is away, the Twirlywoos start fitting together the planks of wood, but are they following the instructions for the picnic bench or making something completely different?
The Twirlywoos watch a waiter set a wedding table in a marquee. The waiter places plates and cutlery next to each other. The Twirlywoos then decide to help out by getting items from outside and placing them next to the plates until there is an entire garden's worth of items on the table. The bride and groom enter and are amazed.
An artist is drawing a dog in a room. The dog wants to go out, so the artist opens the door. After a while, the artist opens the door again and calls the dog back inside. The Twirlywoos decide to open and close the door to let the dog in and out.
The Twirlywoos watch a man practising his tennis strokes using a machine to shoot the balls to him. Once all the balls have been fired by the machine, the man collects up the balls and refills the machine, setting the dial to start again. Great BigHoo turns the dial and the balls come out faster and faster.
The Twirlywoos learn about On and Off by watching a man trying shoes on and taking them off in a shoe shop. Later, they encounter an octopus that jumps on and off everyone it sees.
The Twirlywoos visit a school hall. They see a teacher pick up different coloured hoops and set them spinning, so they try to spin hoops themselves.
The Twirlywoos are in a hairdresser's salon. They watch as the hairdresser puts all his signs outside the shop. Whilst the hairdresser is busy, the Twirlywoos decide to put everything outside - including the customers.
The Twirlywoos find themselves in a sports hall. They watch a gymnast dance whilst twirling a ribbon. Toodloo copies the gymnast, twirling a ribbon. Chickedy and Chick join in and Great BigHoo tries too but he ends up twirling his ribbon around Toodloo, Chickedy and Chick.
The Twirlywoos watch a farmer connect fence panels together to make a pen for his sheep. The sheep dog herds the sheep into the pen. Whilst the farmer is having a doze, the Twirlywoos build an enclosure around him by connecting more fence panels together.
The Twirlywoos are stroking a lady's soft, fluffy hat. Toodloo runs off underneath the hat and Great BigHoo, Chickedy and Chick chase after it. A lady walking her dog strokes the hat, a man eating his sandwiches accidently tries to eat it and a bald man enjoys wearing it.
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