Episode 3 Gigglebiz


Episode 3

Sketch show. Featuring Anna Conda, an unusual reptiles expert, irrepressible and inquisitive wanderer Humphrey and Arthur Sleep, everyone's favourite punning newsreader.


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# Na, na, na, na, na, na, Gigglebiz

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# Na, na, na, na, ho, ho, ho

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# Na, na, na, na, na, na, Gigglebiz

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# Na, na, na, na, here we go!

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# Ho, ho, ho! #

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On today's Gigglebiz - DIY Dan,

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the Lost Pirate,

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Chip Munk,

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Gail Force

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and here's Anna Conda!

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Hello and welcome to Reptile News with me, Anna Conda.

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We have a letter here from a young viewer.

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Dear Anna, what sound do frogs make?

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Love, Tom Ato.

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Well, Tom, some frogs make a croaking sound like this...

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Re-re, re-re, re-re.

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And some very rare frogs make a sound like this.

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Prrrr!

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And that's known as a FROG-horn.

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Hee-hee-hee! A froghorn.

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More reptile news soon. Love and hisses.

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Do you have a squeaky door?

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A squeaky door can be very annoying and it really is very easy to fix.

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All you need is a can of oil.

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You don't need much oil.

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It's where you put it that's more important.

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So carefully put a little drop of oil on the top hinge.

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And a little drop on the bottom hinge.

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That should do the job!

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NO SQUEAKING

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Job done!

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Ha-har-r-r! Shiver me timbers, Captain Squawk.

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We needs a crew to sail the seven seas to search for me lost treasure!

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Ha-har-r-r! Come on!

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Ooh!

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Little pirates, Captain Squawk!

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Maybe we've found a crew after all!

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Ha-har-r-r!

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Ahoy there, me hearties!

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I'm looking for a crew to sail the seven seas to find my lost treasure.

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-Treasure?

-Where?

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MUSIC

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Ahoy there, shipmates.

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Who will set sail with me at... What's that noise, Captain Squawk?

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-Sounds like a sea shanty.

-We're playing musical chairs.

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What... Hey! Was that you? Sounds like fun.

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Come on, Captain Squawk, flap those wings in time to the music!

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KIDS LAUGH

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Yes, dear. I'll be home at 7:30. ..Ooh!

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Hello. I'm Arthur Sleep and here's the news.

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How do bees get to school?

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They use the school BUZZ. Heh-heh! The school BUZZ!

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Tell that one to your friends.

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And now it's time for your giggles!

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-Justin, I'm going to tell you a funny joke!

-That's great!

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-What did the elf use to make himself taller?

-I don't know.

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ELF-raising flour!

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Ha-ha-ha!

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What's happening, Captain Squawk? Is this a kind of landlubbing game?

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-This is pass the parcel.

-You said that without moving your beak.

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-When the music stops, unwrap the present.

-I see...

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Could this be the treasure, finally? Ha-har-r-r!

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MUSIC

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Ooh-hoo!

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-Ha-har-r-r! Here it is!

-The music hasn't stopped. Pass it on.

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MUSIC STOPS

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The music's stopped! Captain Squawk, this it it! I'm gonna cry!

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Ooh, the treasure. What are we going to do with all of it?

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I'm gonna buy a new boat, I reckon.

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What's going on? What...?

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Huh?! Oh, no! Curses!

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It's more paper and no lost treasure.

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MUSIC STARTS AGAIN

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BIRDS CAW AND CHIRP

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Oh.

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Um, can I help you please, madam? Caw!

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-Hello.

-Hello.

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Could you tell me what that bird likes to eat?

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I want to make sure I've got the right food.

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Well, sorry, birds aren't really my area of expertise.

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CAW!

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I could tell you what a dog likes to eat.

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Dogs love juicy bones. Woof, woof!

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Yes, a juicy bone! Slurp!

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Oh, and cats of course, they love fish.

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Meow!

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I love the fishy! Meow!

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But I don't know much about birds. Caw!

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Ooh!

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-Um...would you like some cuttlefish?

-No, thanks.

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Oh, hang on!

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-Maybe the bird wants the cuttlefish.

-I don't know. Shall I ask it?

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-Caw-caw, squawk squawk! Chirp?

-PARROT: Squawk.

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-Yes.

-Wow, that's fantastic! Can you understand what he's saying?

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No. It's a bird. I don't understand what it says.

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Oh!

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She's a funny lady, eh, Polly?

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-Caw, caw! Peep-peep!

-POLLY: Squawk.

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No, you can't have my cuttlefish!

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Hello. I'm Arthur Sleep. What do baby fish eat on their birthdays?

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Fish cakes!

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That's rubbish, that.

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HE CHUCKLES

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GLUG!

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Honk!

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Honk!

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Honk!

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Honk!

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Honk!

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Honk! Honk!

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Honk!

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CLUCKING

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SPLAT!

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Baa!

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Baa!

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Honk!

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Honk!

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Honk! Honk!

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Honk-honk!

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Honk!

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And now, it's time for more of your giggles!

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-Knock-knock.

-Who's there?

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-Justin.

-Justin who?

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Justin time for school.

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Ha-ha-ha!

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Ooh!

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Grr.

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MUSIC STOPS

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Squawk!

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Patience, Captain Squawk. We will find the treasure.

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MUSIC STARTS...AND STOPS

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Ooh...

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Ooh.

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Aargh! Still no treasure.

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But wait!

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Look - X marks the spot!

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In fact, lots of Xs! Lots of treasure!

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Ooh, I've found the map. This is the best prize ever!

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Don't worry, shipmates. I'll see you at my boat in the morning.

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We'll set sail and find my treasure. Ha-har-r-r!

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Come on, Captain Squawk. Hoist the mainbrace. We're going to be rich!

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Ooh.

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For the journey.

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Pheep, pheep.

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Sometimes, doors can be very difficult to open.

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It's a common problem, and easily dealt with.

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CRASH!

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The problem is that the door is slightly too big for the door frame.

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This is easy to fix with sandpaper.

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Simply take the door off its hinges...

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Gently rub down the top edge of the door.

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Stop when it is a tiny bit smaller than it used to be.

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Then gently rub down the bottom edge of the door.

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Make that ever so slightly smaller, too.

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Make sure the edges look even.

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Make adjustments if you need to, and put the door back onto its hinges.

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And you have a door that fits perfectly.

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Job done.

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Hello. I'm Gail Force, with your forecast.

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You may need sun block this afternoon.

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We're going to be hit by a heatwave. And if...

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I think that should be "Hit by a wave".

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Oh...

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And that's your weather.

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# Gigglebiz, Gigglebiz, we've had a lot of fun

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# Gigglebiz, Gigglebiz, ho, ho, ho!

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# Gigglebiz, Gigglebiz, and now it's time to go

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# Gigglebiz, giggle, it's time to go!

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# Cheerio, ta-ta, bye-bye farewell, TTFN

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# Arrivederci! We all hate to say goodbye

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# But we'll be back again

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# Na, na, na, na, na, na, Gigglebiz

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# Na, na, na, na, ho, ho, ho

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# Na, na, na, na, na, na, Gigglebiz

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# Na, na, na, na it's time to go

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# Gigglebiz, Gigglebiz, we've had a lot of fun

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# Gigglebiz, Gigglebiz, ho, ho, ho!

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# Gigglebiz, Gigglebiz, and now it's time to go

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# Gigglebiz, giggle, it's time to go!

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# Giggly-giggly-giggly

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# Ho-ho! #

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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Sketch show. Featuring Anna Conda, a reptile expert with an unusual look, and an out-of-place and out-of-luck pirate desperate to find his treasure, no matter where he is. There is Gail Force - weather girl extraordinaire, and Humphrey, an irrepressible and inquisitive wanderer, off to learn new things at a children's farm with Woody the dog.

Plus DIY Dan, the ever-cheerful but incompetent handyman tackling problem doors with predictable results, Arthur Sleep - everyone's favourite punning newsreader, and Chip Monk - the pet shop assistant who is reluctant to sell his friends, the pets.

There are also the Gigglekids, children from all round the country who tell Justin their favourite jokes.


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