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In The Night Garden: Look at That ! (DVD) - £3.99 delivered @ BangCD [£8.98 elsewhere] !
In The Night Garden: Look at That ! (DVD) - £3.99 delivered @ BangCD [£8.98 elsewhere] !

In The Night Garden: Look at That ! (DVD) - £3.99 delivered @ BangCD [£8.98 elsewhere] !

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Igglepiggle's Tiddle: A mysterious jet of water, a tiddle, appears suddenly next to Igglepiggle. He discovers that he can control it by stamping his feet. Delighted, he takes it to Makka Pakka who finds it very useful indeed. Makka Pakka's Piles of Three: The Tombliboos are indoors playing with their bricks. They decide to make three towers - Make sure they are all the same Tombliboos! Makka Pakka is making piles of stones, but he needs another one to make three piles of three stones. Here comes Upsy Daisy and she has a present for Makka Pakka, a stone which she found in her bed. Now Makka Pakka can complete his piles of three stones. Where are the Wottingers?: After having their faces washed by Makka Pakka, the Pontipines go to meet the Wottingers. The Wottingers are not in, where could they be? The Pontipines go looking for them around the garden. Here comes the Ninky Nonk, who's riding on the Ninky Nonk? Everybody joins in the dance at the Gazebo. Mr Pontipine's Moustache Flies Away: The Pontipines count to three. The Pontipines are eating their Pontipine dinner when Mr Pontipine's moustache files off! First it gets stuck on the chimney, then the bridge and then the Gazebo! Quick, follow the moustache Pontipines. Mr Pontipine's moustache eventually ends up stuck to the Pinky Ponk's propeller, it blows the moustache back towards the Pontipines. Watch out Mrs Pontipine! Everybody joins in the dance at the Gazebo. Too Loud Tombliboos: Igglepiggle discovers musical stepping stones. The Tombliboos hear Igglepiggle's stones and then they hear Upsy Daisy singing. What lovely music. The Tombliboos go home and play music as well - very loudly! Makka Pakka must use his trumpet through Upsy Daisy's megaphone before the Tombliboos can hear him..

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Igglepiggle's Tiddle: A mysterious jet of water, a tiddle, appears suddenly next to Igglepiggle. He discovers that he can control it by stamping his feet. Delighted, he takes it to Makka Pakka who finds it very useful indeed.

Makka Pakka's Piles of Three: The Tombliboos are indoors playing with their bricks. They decide to make three towers - Make sure they are all the same Tombliboos! Makka Pakka is making piles of stones, but he needs another one to make three piles of three stones. Here comes Upsy Daisy and she has a present for Makka Pakka, a stone which she found in her bed. Now Makka Pakka can complete his piles of three stones.

Where are the Wottingers?: After having their faces washed by Makka Pakka, the Pontipines go to meet the Wottingers. The Wottingers are not in, where could they be? The Pontipines go looking for them around the garden. Here comes the Ninky Nonk, who's riding on the Ninky Nonk? Everybody joins in the dance at the Gazebo.

Mr Pontipine's Moustache Flies Away: The Pontipines count to three. The Pontipines are eating their Pontipine dinner when Mr Pontipine's moustache files off! First it gets stuck on the chimney, then the bridge and then the Gazebo! Quick, follow the moustache Pontipines. Mr Pontipine's moustache eventually ends up stuck to the Pinky Ponk's propeller, it blows the moustache back towards the Pontipines. Watch out Mrs Pontipine! Everybody joins in the dance at the Gazebo.

Too Loud Tombliboos: Igglepiggle discovers musical stepping stones. The Tombliboos hear Igglepiggle's stones and then they hear Upsy Daisy singing. What lovely music. The Tombliboos go home and play music as well - very loudly! Makka Pakka must use his trumpet through Upsy Daisy's megaphone before the Tombliboos can hear him.

This is shown on Cbeebies channel 3 times a day.
Hardly worth buying it really, though my little boy loves it.

Icka acka oooooooo
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