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.


TV-G (30 MIN)

Mrs. Jenkins’ class is performing a play about taking care of teeth and Yoko has the misfortune of being cast as the villain - the cavity! When Yoko realizes she can offer something unique to the role, her special violin sound effects become the highlight of the show. /The Franks take great pleasure in making everyone laugh with their funny jokes and zany antics, but they pull some pranks that go too far and their classmates are no longer amused. When it’s time for the big square dance to begin, the Franks can’t find anyone willing to be their partners - including each other. Longing to take part in all the fun, the two brothers apologize to everyone for their behaviour and join the dance.


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-Y (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-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-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)

Marina has to put together a photo album of the park animals for a school project. While she's working on it, a tortoise, after accidently being launched from a seesaw by a hippopotamus, goes flying through the air and ends up on top of a walnut tree. On mission to save him, the heroes end up discovering a whole new world of species in the tree canopy and Marina is able to her get school project done. Impressed by Julia's presentation on industrialized food, two squirrels decide to open a factory. Marina, Zeek, and Fishtronaut show them how many yummy snacks can be made with fresh food and how its natural appearance is not only appealing but much healthier.


TV-Y (30 MIN)

When Zeek takes over as mailman, it's non-stop confusion in the once quiet and orderly Smiling Trees Park: it seems like all the packages end up delivered to the wrong place. Once Fishtronaut and Marina discover what's happened, everyone pitches in to get the packages to the right destination. When a TV host decides to do a show about a monster in Smiling Trees Park, the park animals go into a tizzy. Fishtronaut, Marina, and Zeek have to convince the TV host to cancel the show and leave the animals in peace.


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's favourite radio program, "Piggley Trotter, Private Eye, inspires Piggley, Ferny and Dannan to spend many imaginative and adventurous afternoons playing detective. One particular afternoon, they work together to solve an unusual mystery: the case of "what a teacher does on his day off.


TV-G (30 MIN)

Mr. Winks is going fishing and Piggley and his friends really want to go along. Dad doesn't think they're ready for the trip, so the three friends set out to prove that they're not only ready, they're also willing and able! They work hard to earn the privilege by doing chores around the farm, then they pull out all the stops and use their imagination to show Dad what excellent fishermen they will be. At last, off they all go for some early-morning fishing.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Babar is so concerned about an upcoming duet with a great pianist that it begins to affect his job as King.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

When Babar's crown goes missing, amateur sleuth Zephir decides to help Babar solve the mystery.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

When Babar discovers the identity of the ˜Phantom' who lives in an abandoned theater, Babar decides to try and help him come out of seclusion.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Babar goes out of his 'way' to find the Old Lady a unique gift for her birthday.... the tail feather of the "Way Out Bird" who can only be found on top of the treacherous "Way Out Peak".


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

King Babar recalls a time when he was a young boy living in the City. Babar and his friends were picked on by the school bullies and made to feel like outcasts because they all looked 'different'.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

When Zephir and Celeste are involved in an accident, they soon find themselves in court with Babar as the Judge.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Rataxes 'king-naps' King Tuttle, the Tortoise King, so he cannot sign Babar's treaty that would force Rataxes to stop dumping garbage into the river.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

When Rataxes refuses to let Babar build a railway through Rhinoland, Babar is forced to detour through a jungle inhabited by a strange monster known as the 'Polomoche'.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

King Babar recalls having to make a tough decision between loyalty to friendship and loyalty to the law, when a group of boys he knows are about to cause trouble at a local junkyard.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Babar has chosen Arthur to be his partner in the annual bike race. However, he soon wonders if he should have chosen somebody better, when he learns there are two Cheetahs also in the race, who are willing to 'cheat' to win.


TV-G (30 MIN)

Nora fears that her beloved story time with Mom will become a thing of the past when her mother says she’ll soon be able to read all by herself. Nora becomes disenchanted with all of the school activities that promote reading skills, including a first trip to the library to borrow her own library books. Nora’s concerns are put to rest when she learns that her mother loves reading her stories - and always will. /At her mother’s encouragement, Nora proceeds to make a special homemade birthday gift for her friend Yoko. After Nora hears about the great gifts that her friends bought for Yoko, she fears that her birthday present is no longer special enough. Nora is in for a wonderful surprise when she finds out that Yoko not only thinks her present is special, but also it’s something she’s wanted for quite some time.


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