Best Children’s

Hey Duggee

The Squirrels are having fun playing a song they made, but they wish that they could see themselves perform. Duggee has a great suggestion and they learn how to be creative and record themselves with a camera to make a Music Video!

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We follow them practising their dance moves, looking for the perfect location, preparing costumes and getting ready to shine on camera, whilst Enid the cat gives us one of her best performances to date…

Directors: Grant Orchard, Sander Jones
Writer: Sander Jones
Producers: Lindsey Fraine, Janine Voong

The Very Small Creatures (series 2)

A preschool series following the adventures of five curious little friends who have lots of fun exploring a child’s play area when no one’s around. Through play and discovery, Pink, Green, Yellow, Blue and Orange learn about themselves, each other and the world around them.

Director: Lucy Izzard
Rob Franklin


Odo is a preschool animated series for 3-5 year olds set in a lush beautiful forest and centered around Odo, a little owl with big ideas and with the help from his best friend Doodle, an orphan bird, he positively tackles every challenge no matter how big. When asked if he thinks he can do something, Odo will always confidently reply, ‘I know I can!’ Because in the forest, as in life, the most important thing you can do is to believe in yourself.

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Odo was created to sell into every country, to reach every kid in every home and tackle head-on much of the ugliness we’ve seen such as intolerance, mistrust, racism, silencing the weak, migration, bad leadership.  And the biggest one of all – to promote self-esteem and positivity which are the best weapons against fear, depression and anxiety.

Directors : Piotr Szczepanowicz, Mikolaj Pilchowski
Writer: Colin Williams
Producers: Colin Williams, Jakub Karwowski

The Adventures of Paddington (series 3)

Journey to London for heartwarming adventures with beloved British bear Paddington in this CG-animated series, which centers on a younger Paddington as he writes letters to Aunt Lucy celebrating the new things he has discovered through the days exciting activities.

Series Director: Chris Drew
Creative Director:
Adam Shaw
Episodic Directors: Elodie Bonnaure, Will Lloyd-Cook
Animation Directors: Pascale Bories, Zoé Risser
Supervising Producer: Denise Green
Assistant, Head Of Productions: Pip Francis
Line Producer: Siân Judge
Production Manager: Laura-Jean Ross
Producer: Karen Davidsen, Simon Quinn
Key Cast: Ben Whishaw
Executive Producers: Jon Foster, James Lamont
Executive Producers: David Heyman, Rosie Alison, Rob Silva
Executive Producers: Ron Halpern, Anna Marsh

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