Preschool drama series. Mali and his family have just moved into Apple Tree House and are hungry for some of Grandma Zainab's magnificent mango pudding.
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# No matter if you're young or old
# With good friends you'll never be alone
# Shining light on our joyful world
# Ain't nothing going to beat that place we call home
# First days, new days are the very best days
# New things to discover new people to meet
# Fun days, always playing with your friend days
# Life is for the living down at Apple Tree House. #
Amira, where did you put my football kit bag?
We've not unpacked that box yet.
-Are you sure?
-Yes. We've got a million jobs to do
and all you can think about is football.
But I love football.
Mr Carrot, I'm not sure I like this house move.
We've moved away from all our friends.
What are we doing about tonight's dinner?
-I don't know.
-Leave it with me. I'll sort something out.
What do we want for dinner?
-Don't know, Gran.
-Everyone is working so hard unpacking,
I think we all deserve a treat.
Grandma's magnificent mango pudding?
It's a deal.
And I'll make some sweet mango chutney at the same time.
Did we bring that fruit from the other house?
I don't know, sorry.
-Have you seen that last box of food?
-Oh, not sure, sorry.
-I hope we haven't left it behind.
-Oh, I'm sure we haven't.
But we can go and sort out some more food, can't we?
From the megamarket.
We don't live near the megamarket any more, sweetheart.
And we haven't had time to work out where the nearest shops are.
Mali, would you put that plant out on the step for me, please, hon.
Then we can get solving the missing mango mystery.
Mr Carrot, we need to go on a mango finding mission.
Mr Carrot, do you think we can grow them?
And then you and I can pick them.
And then Gran can make them into her magnificent mango pudding.
-Dad says you've just moved in.
And I'm trying to find the garden.
-That's a funny name.
-This is Mali.
I'm Kobi, the caretaker.
As well as being Sam's dad.
Gran, you said we had a planting garden at our new house.
Can we go and find it?
And indeed you do.
-Why don't we show him?
-Is that Kobi?
Always here and at your service.
Could you just pop in and take a look at the cold tap?
-It seems to be jammed.
-Except for now.
We were just going to go down to the garden.
Oh, don't worry, I'll go with the children
and leave you with Mali's dad to sort out the plumbing.
Where do we go?
OK, let's get some super Kobi plumbing done.
The neighbours get a patch for growing stuff.
You can ask my dad if you can have a space.
I'll certainly ask him later.
We like a bit of gardening, don't we, Mali?
-Can't we ask him now?
-Oh, what's the rush?
We've barely had time to unpack.
Well, we've still got the mango mission to sort.
The mango mission?
If we plant some seeds, we can grow some mangoes for dinner.
Oh, I don't think we'll have them planted
and fully grown in time for dinner. What do you think, Sam?
But we need the mangoes and we don't know where the shops are.
Oh, I see.
Mum and Dad are busy and Gran wants
to cook something special for dinner.
It doesn't matter if we can't find any.
We can ask the neighbours if they have any.
Your neighbours sell mangoes?
No, but I'm sure if they have any, they'll lend us some.
Sounds like you've got nice neighbours.
They're your neighbours, too, you know.
I guess you're right.
-Oh, is everything OK?
We need to find some mangoes.
Your daughter kindly suggested that we might
chat to the neighbours to see if we can borrow some ingredients
for our special recipe.
Oh, right, well, we can't have you going hungry
on moving madness day, can we?
Well, as I always like to say, seek and ye shall find.
Oftentimes, something better than before.
Seek and you shall find?
Come on in. I've got to find a washer to mend your broken tap
and once I've sorted that, we can chat about mangoes.
Look at this!
Why does your dad own a shed?
This is his caretaker shed. Mum calls it his man cave.
Yeah, Dad looks after everything at Apple Tree House.
He changes the bulbs,
sweeps the landing,
paints the doors...
..helps Doreen with the post...
..and makes sure everyone is OK.
Ha-ha! Got it!
So, Gran, can we go find some mangoes?
Sure. And it's OK if Sam joins us?
Yeah, sure, yeah.
Our mango mission is about to get interesting.
# Let's all go on a mango mission
# Take a walk and say hello to people we meet. #
-We're wondering if you've got any mangoes?
Ah, no, but...
How about a coconut?
What? No, thank you.
# Mango, mango, help me find a mango
# Take me on a mission round Apple Tree House...#
-Have you got any mangoes?
-Thank you, but no, thank you.
-No, thank you.
# We'll put them in a pudding for a tropical treat...#
-Do you have any mangoes?
-A minute, please.
-Thank you, but no, thank you.
-No, thank you.
Look, there's Bella.
So, you've just moved in?
-And you're making magic mango pudding.
-Any mangoes in there?
No mangoes, I'm afraid.
How about some cabbage or a lovely bag of Brussels sprouts?
That's very kind of you, but I don't think they are quite right
-for today's recipe, thank you. Bye-bye.
Everyone is offering us loads of lovely ingredients,
but no-one's got a mango.
# Mango, mango...#
No, thank you.
# Take me on a mission all round Apple Tree House...#
No, thank you.
You know, my mum might have one. Let's ask her.
Mangoes, you say?
Well, I think I have some lemons and a grapefruit.
I'd be happy to give you those.
Oh, thank you, Sam's mum.
-Call me Patience.
-Thank you, Patience,
but I don't think we'll be making a sour pie today.
Sorry I can't be more help.
-Have you tried the cafe?
-Yes, Flo's cafe.
Thanks, Mum. I'll see you later after the mango mission.
No, I don't have any mangoes,
but I'm sure we can find you something tasty.
Now, let's see what I've got.
-No, thank you.
-No thank you.
Hang on, I've got just the thing.
But this is our last chance of finding the missing ingredient
for the magnificent mango pudding.
Oh, well, I find tinned sardines are very versatile.
Thank you, Flo, but I don't think any of those ingredients
-are quite right for today.
Well, you'll let me know if there's anything I can do to help.
We might have to make do with cheese sandwiches.
-Mali, would you like to go and play over there?
-Well, I suppose I don't have to go home and cook, so why not.
-My ball! Dad!
-There you go, son.
Wow, this place is amazing.
Come on, Sam. Let's play football.
I might not have found any mangoes,
but that's not going to stop me from scoring an ace goal.
A little bit of health and safety.
Stand back. It's apple collecting time.
-Yes, that's why the estate is called Apple Tree House.
Right, let's get these beauties down before they fall and go rotten.
What do you do with all the apples?
Well, I used to give them to the family that lived in your place.
They used to make loads of apple tarts
and share them with the neighbours.
Oh, it was. I don't know what I'm going to do
with all these apples this year.
Well, maybe I could make an apple pie.
It'd be just as delicious as my magnificent mango pudding.
We can call it Grandma's amazing apple pie.
And as there are so many apples,
I could make lots of sweet apple chutney
and if I could work out where my chutney jars have got to,
we could share it with the neighbours.
-Are you enjoying that?
What an amazing apple pie.
This is delicious, Mum.
When we've finished, we can take the jars of chutney
-round to our neighbours to say thank you.
-Yum. This is too good.
Your dad was right. Seek and find.
Something better than before.
You're really lucky having such good neighbours.
No, WE'RE lucky.
-You're a good friend, Mali.
-And you're a great friend, Sam.
Mali and his family have just moved into Apple Tree House and are hungry for some of Grandma Zainab's magnificent mango pudding - but they can't find any mangoes. Thankfully, the friendly neighbours of Apple Tree House are happy to help and so Mali and his new friend Sam embark on their first adventure together - a mission to find mangoes!