TV-G (30 MIN)

Yoko takes a Japanese flying toy called a taketombo to school to show her classmates. But before her presentation, the Franks' errant football breaks it to pieces. The Franks are truly sorry about the mishap and want to show Yoko that they care about her feelings. In the end they learn that there is more than one way to take responsibility for their actions. /Everyone is excited about the field trip to Hilltop Park and when Mrs. Jenkins tells the class to buddy-up, Lilly and Grace choose each other as partners. The two girls may have dissimilar interests, but that doesn't stop them from having a wonderful day together.


TV-G (30 MIN)

Wanting to become an avid photographer like his dad, Timothy borrows the family camera and tries to capture all of his Hilltop friends on film. When they don't turn out the way he had expected, Timothy is reluctant to show anyone his pictures. After some coaxing, Timothy presents his photos, and much to his surprise, everyone likes them and sees things in his pictures that he hadn't noticed himself. /Lilly and Nora exchange a lucky penny and a pretty stone as a token of their friendship. After Lilly loses the special stone, she's worried that Nora will be upset and no longer want to be her friend. In the end, Nora's not pleased that Lilly lost the special stone, but reassures Lilly that she'll always be her friend...no matter what.


TV-G (30 MIN)

Based on the books of Ian Whybrow and Adrian Reynolds, little Harry knows he is the luckiest kid in the world. His Nana has given him something that no one else has - the greatest present ever. It's a bucket with six toy dinosaurs that come to life and are his best friends! Join Harry and his friends as they bounce into DINO WORLD for a new adventure every day!


TV-G (30 MIN)

Based on the books of Ian Whybrow and Adrian Reynolds, little Harry knows he is the luckiest kid in the world. His Nana has given him something that no one else has - the greatest present ever. It's a bucket with six toy dinosaurs that come to life and are his best friends! Join Harry and his friends as they bounce into DINO WORLD for a new adventure every day!


TV-Y (30 MIN)

Rainbow Ruby is the story of a spunky, resourceful little girl who magically transports to Rainbow Village, a whimsical land inhabited by her toys, and transforms into different jobs to help save the day!


TV-Y (30 MIN)

Rainbow Ruby is the story of a spunky, resourceful little girl who magically transports to Rainbow Village, a whimsical land inhabited by her toys, and transforms into different jobs to help save the day!


TV-Y (30 MIN)

  An animated preschool comedy series that takes the daily routine of a young child and finds humour and fun in every part of it. Wibbly simply does what children do. From day to day activities like getting into bed, wrapping a present or climbing a tree, to fantasy play like meeting a giant or going to the moon.


TV-Y (30 MIN)

  An animated preschool comedy series that takes the daily routine of a young child and finds humour and fun in every part of it. Wibbly simply does what children do. From day to day activities like getting into bed, wrapping a present or climbing a tree, to fantasy play like meeting a giant or going to the moon.


TV-Y (30 MIN)

Three young birds go on adventures using their imagination. Solving problems with everyday items and having fun all the while.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Three young birds go on adventures using their imagination. Solving problems with everyday items and having fun all the while.


TV-Y (30 MIN)

A curious young owl is always in a hurry to explore the world outside its nest, and determined to see the forest beyond the family's branch.


TV-Y (30 MIN)

A curious young owl is always in a hurry to explore the world outside its nest, and determined to see the forest beyond the family's branch.


TV-Y (30 MIN)

A young green spider named Squirt - one of the many children of the caring arachnid, Miss Spider - experiences life from a bug's perspective.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

A young green spider named Squirt - one of the many children of the caring arachnid, Miss Spider - experiences life from a bug's perspective.


TV-Y (30 MIN)

In each episode of MONKEY SEE MONKEY DO, a gentle animated monkey finds himself in a different cartoon habitat: an African savannah, the Arctic, or an American barnyard. He meets an animal there and points out to the viewers how the animal moves differently from people (or monkeys). Live-action preschoolers appear and are led through a short warm-up and then the "Monkey See Monkey Do" dance, with encouragement from the monkey: "Flap your arms and take little steps like the penguin!" After the "Monkey See Monkey Do" dance, a song recaps that day's adventures. 


TV-Y (30 MIN)

In each episode of MONKEY SEE MONKEY DO, a gentle animated monkey finds himself in a different cartoon habitat: an African savannah, the Arctic, or an American barnyard. He meets an animal there and points out to the viewers how the animal moves differently from people (or monkeys). Live-action preschoolers appear and are led through a short warm-up and then the "Monkey See Monkey Do" dance, with encouragement from the monkey: "Flap your arms and take little steps like the penguin!" After the "Monkey See Monkey Do" dance, a song recaps that day's adventures. 


TV-Y (30 MIN)

Fireman Sam, the ultimate hero next door, has been racing to the rescue for over 30 years. Whether stuck on a high cliff-face or caught in an underground cave, the children of Pontypandy village know help is always close at hand— thanks to the brave and resourceful Fireman Sam. The television series continues to be top-rated globally, airing in more than 35 languages with in 155 countries.


TV-Y (30 MIN)

Fireman Sam, the ultimate hero next door, has been racing to the rescue for over 30 years. Whether stuck on a high cliff-face or caught in an underground cave, the children of Pontypandy village know help is always close at hand— thanks to the brave and resourceful Fireman Sam. The television series continues to be top-rated globally, airing in more than 35 languages with in 155 countries.


TV-Y (30 MIN)

Fishtronaut, Marina and Zeek are assigned to a mission. The POP's clues show them that some animal from the Park is being fed the wrong kind of food and they need to find out why, where, and help them! Meanwhile at the small farm near the Beanstalk, Billy, Mac and their city cousin Eduard are wondering where are the eggs from the chickens, and the milk from the cows¦ Many objects belonging to the animals and people in the Park are going missing. Our friend's mission is to find and give them back to theis owners. But where could these objects be right now? After a fun investigation, they recover the missing things and come up with a very interesting way to give them back¦.


TV-Y (30 MIN)

Mac decides to go by himself to the hidden part of Adventure Forest in search of the rare black orchid, but without the proper equipment and a map, he ends up isolated somewhere in the forest and Fishtronaut, Marina, Zeek, Billy and Dr. Green have to search and rescue him. Marina wants to be an opera singer, but she is not very good at it¦ Fishtronaut and Zeek try to help her but they are all distracted by a very heavy rain that disturbs the routine of many animals in Smiling Trees Park.


TV-Y (30 MIN)

Max, Lily and Goo, monsters who love math, use it to overcome everyday obstacles.


TV-Y (30 MIN)

Max, Lily and Goo, monsters who love math, use it to overcome everyday obstacles.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Finding Stuff Out is a show that gives kids what they want: answers to the questions that matter to them! Each episode answers questions from real kids like “Why does the moon follow you?”, “Do plants think?”, “Why do we have to eat?” and “Why can’t everything be solar-powered?”. 


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Finding Stuff Out is a show that gives kids what they want: answers to the questions that matter to them! Each episode answers questions from real kids like “Why does the moon follow you?”, “Do plants think?”, “Why do we have to eat?” and “Why can’t everything be solar-powered?”. 


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Captain Leonardo and his crew of art-loving pirates continue their daring missions to restore the creative arts lost to the communities under Conformia's sway


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Captain Leonardo and his crew of art-loving pirates continue their daring missions to restore the creative arts lost to the communities under Conformia's sway


TV-G (30 MIN)

Piggley has a big test coming up in school and hates the thought of giving up an entire weekend to study. He decides instead to catch the legendary "Salmon of Knowledge, an all-knowing fish that can help him ace the exam. While Piggley puts his faith in a questionably magical fish, Ferny and Dannan study. Ferny and Dannan are the ones who ace the test - and Piggley learns an important lesson.


TV-G (30 MIN)

Piggley's father tells him an old Irish tale about fairies disguising themselves as bugs and playing tricks on anyone who harms them. Soon Piggley and Dannan are convinced that fairies have turned Ferny into a flying beetle after he inadvertently smacks a bug on his arm. While Piggley investigates and experiments with ways to keep Ferny safe, Dannan hits the books to try and find a cure - and Ferny learns how much his friends care about him.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Paddington Bear doesn’t go looking for adventure, it just seems to find him.  When it does, there’s no telling what will happen.  One thing is for sure – wherever Paddington Bear goes, there’s chaos, a bit of panic and lots of laughs.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Paddington Bear doesn’t go looking for adventure, it just seems to find him.  When it does, there’s no telling what will happen.  One thing is for sure – wherever Paddington Bear goes, there’s chaos, a bit of panic and lots of laughs.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Paddington Bear doesn’t go looking for adventure, it just seems to find him.  When it does, there’s no telling what will happen.  One thing is for sure – wherever Paddington Bear goes, there’s chaos, a bit of panic and lots of laughs.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Paddington Bear doesn’t go looking for adventure, it just seems to find him.  When it does, there’s no telling what will happen.  One thing is for sure – wherever Paddington Bear goes, there’s chaos, a bit of panic and lots of laughs.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Paddington Bear doesn’t go looking for adventure, it just seems to find him.  When it does, there’s no telling what will happen.  One thing is for sure – wherever Paddington Bear goes, there’s chaos, a bit of panic and lots of laughs.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Paddington Bear doesn’t go looking for adventure, it just seems to find him.  When it does, there’s no telling what will happen.  One thing is for sure – wherever Paddington Bear goes, there’s chaos, a bit of panic and lots of laughs.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Paddington Bear doesn’t go looking for adventure, it just seems to find him.  When it does, there’s no telling what will happen.  One thing is for sure – wherever Paddington Bear goes, there’s chaos, a bit of panic and lots of laughs.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Paddington Bear doesn’t go looking for adventure, it just seems to find him.  When it does, there’s no telling what will happen.  One thing is for sure – wherever Paddington Bear goes, there’s chaos, a bit of panic and lots of laughs.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Paddington Bear doesn’t go looking for adventure, it just seems to find him.  When it does, there’s no telling what will happen.  One thing is for sure – wherever Paddington Bear goes, there’s chaos, a bit of panic and lots of laughs.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Paddington Bear doesn’t go looking for adventure, it just seems to find him.  When it does, there’s no telling what will happen.  One thing is for sure – wherever Paddington Bear goes, there’s chaos, a bit of panic and lots of laughs.


TV-G (30 MIN)

The Franks always do everything together, but when Fritz invites them to fly a kite and Timothy asks them to play basketball, the inseparable brothers can’t decide with whom they’d rather play. When the twins decide to split up, they discover that doing things as individuals’ means they have more things to share when they get back together./When Mrs. Jenkins invites the class to think about what they’d like to do when they grow up, Yoko is quick to tell everyone that she wants to become a violinist. Through the course of helping others imagine what they would like to be, her interest in teaching grows, leaving her unsure as to what path she should choose. Gentle encouragement from her mother and Mrs. Jenkins helps Yoko learn that she can have more than one aspiration.


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