Drama series about parents and children. The rain makes everyone in Riverseafingal very glum.
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# Come on and get down to the city where the trains all clatter through
# Hey, look at that driver driving I wanna ride that train of blue
# Looking way up high to the windows Take a peek at that inside view
# All those people busy working I wanna see what they all do
# Let's weave round the market Do you hear that hullabaloo?
# Everybody's busy selling Come on, buy me something new
# Look through the arches under the station
# Down where the pigeons perch and coo
# I take a taxi ride to the river I wanna drive down the avenue
# Hey, look at those buses gleaming They look so clean and spanking-new
# All lined up to drive around the city, ting that bell, toodle-oo
# I'm gonna ride round to the school where the children hurry through
# Sit down, the teacher's teaching I'd love to learn a thing or two
# I love to skip in Riverseafingal Riverseafingal by the sea... #
# Riverseafingal, that's for me
# Come on, get on down to the city where the ferryboat sails through
# Time to call on Granny Murray
# She'd love to say hello to you-ou-ou... #
Hello, honey pie. Come away in and see who's at home today.
# Granny Murray's house has two at home to play, it's home to... #
Who's here today?
There's Dean and Scott, but don't just sit there, my wee pirates.
Come on. What's on Granny Murray's shelves?
Your turn, Dean. Cool.
That's beautiful. Now, we've got Dean and we've got Scott.
Someone's missing from home today. Not any more!
Who's coming home to Granny Murray, Scott?
Whose legs are those coming down the steps? It's Rudi with Jack.
-Hi, Granny Murray.
And Jack! Oh, let me squeeze and cuddle you. Come on, my darling.
That's the way. Get your coat off.
Hello, my boys. In you come.
It's been raining cats and dogs out there.
There are some funny creatures in here too. We've done face-painting.
Now Jack's here, we'll do something new.
Let's dress Claude up for a sunny day.
-We can go and sit in the shade.
-Oh, I can't believe how miserable and wet it is outside.
It's good weather for ducks and carrots, as my mum used to say.
That's a funny expression. What do you call a crazy duck?
When it's raining, it's nice to be reminded of the sunshine.
Don't forget your sun cream, Claude!
I bet you Claude must be the warmest person in Riverseafingal.
And the coolest. I like your shades.
-Dad, this is for you.
-Let's have a look. A mobile phone? Hello?
-No, it's a sea shell.
That's why I can hear the sea in it. Great.
Give us a cuddle before I go. Have a good day.
-See you later, guys.
-Come on then.
when it's raining, it's nice to be reminded of the sunshine.
-See you later.
-Bye-bye, my darling. We'll be thinking of you.
Keep a wee eye on Rudi and make sure he goes the right way to work.
# I'm on my way to work today
# I'm walking my shoes through the city views
# I'm stepping along and I'm swinging my arms
# And I'm singing my way through the city's charms
# Getting there, it's just so fine
# I so enjoy my walking time
# I always go the way I know
# But can you tell me the way I go?
-OK, which way?
# Do I go left now or do I go right?
# Which way is wrong now and which way is right...? #
-OK, that way. To the market.
# I'm on my way to work today
# I'm going this way and that-a-way... #
Hello, cobbles. Hello, train.
Hello, roadworks. Hello, tram.
Hello, sweeper. Hello, van.
# He's on his way to work today
# Looking this way and that-a-way Hey!
# Do I go up now or do I go down?
-# Which way is a smile now and which way is a frown?
# You told me the way to go
# Thank you, you showed me the way I know... #
Now, what? That's right. I need to get changed for work.
All dressed and ready to go!
-I hope this rain doesn't put people off coming to my stall.
Hello, Dr Juno. How are you?
Terrible. I'm cold and wet. I just stepped in a big puddle!
-What must you do if it's raining cats and dogs?
-I don't know.
Watch you don't step in a poodle!
I just want to get what I came for and go home and change my socks.
-Quite right, Doc. What would you like?
-Can I have a pineapple?
Good choice. A tropical fruit for a rainy day. You'll have to wait.
-My delivery's been held up by the weather.
-I'm not coming back out!
-It might clear up by then.
-I doubt it.
-I'm just trying to cheer you up.
I'm sorry, Rudi. I'm not grumpy at you. It's this rotten weather.
-I'll come back once I've changed my socks.
I bet you Jack's having a far more cheerful time at Granny Murray's.
# I love to skip in Riverseafingal
# Riverseafingal, that's for me... #
Just because it's raining outside, Jack,
doesn't mean we can't have a sunny day in our picture.
We'll call this Granny Murray's Sunshine Island.
-I hope your dad doesn't get soaked in all that rain.
-I hope so too.
-It must be pouring out there.
I wonder how Dad's doing?
'Are you having fun, Daddy?'
BOTH: Good morning, Rudi!
Hey, Chuck, Louie. I've got a great joke.
When can four people get under an umbrella and not get wet?
When it isn't raining!
Making jokes about the weather won't have anyone laughing today.
-It's impossible to have fun when the weather's like this.
-See you later.
-Bye. Right, time for me to get down to some hard work.
# I make it look easy What I dooby-dooby-do
# And what I do is sell to you and you and you
# All of the veggies for a stew
# But it's more than meets the eye
# What I do for you as I buy and buy
# While you still sleep those fruit and veg to eat
# And the flowers in the early hours
# So when wake-up comes, it's there for you
# The market stalls are there to view...
# Oh, the market, the market, what a wonderful place
# All the hubbub of people, the smiles on each face
# Oh, the market, the market, come look around
# All the hustle, the bustle, the bubbles of sound
# The colours, all chaotic, are spilling about
# The smells all exotic, the market cries out
# Objects to excite you and draw you here
# The buying and the selling, cheap or dear
# The market, the market I just love to be there
# The market is a wonderful place Diddly-do-a-dabba
# Dabba-do-dabba-do-do-do... #
-Hi, Rudi. Special delivery!
-Tina, thank goodness you've made it!
I almost didn't. Half the roads are closed.
-Where do you want these pineapples?
-Let me take them off you now.
-What do you call a pineapple with a tomato on its head?
-No jokes today.
-I'm not in the mood.
-I thought you liked my jokes.
-Yes, but not today.
I wish I'd stayed at Granny Murray's. Everyone is so grumpy!
I'm sorry, Rudi. I just want to go home and soak in a nice, hot bath.
I'd have thought the last thing you want to see is more water!
-That is not funny, Rudi. Bye!
Nobody today has got a sense of humour.
I hope Jack's still in a good mood.
# I love to skip in Riverseafingal Riverseafingal, that's for me... #
Come on, my angels. You can make more noise than that.
It's supposed to be a carnival. You can make lots of noise.
Jack, your dad will be able to hear us all the way from his stall!
-A big stall.
-A big stall!
-That's me back.
-Hello, Doc. How's the socks?
-My socks are fine.
-Where are the pineapples?
-Look! Tina's brought them all round.
There's plenty to choose from.
Right. No... No!
These are all too hard, Rudi. Haven't you got any riper ones?
Here! By tomorrow, this one will be all juicy and yellow and gorgeous.
I'm not coming back tomorrow. The weather forecast is for rain.
-You could always buy it now and take it home to ripen.
It's quite heavy. I'll collect it once I've finished my shopping.
All right, Doc. Don't worry. I'll keep it safe for you.
Oh! Glum, glum, glum! I try to put a smile on my customers' faces.
But they get glummer and glummer.
What am I doing wrong? Where did the time go?
At seven, I went to Granny Murray's with Jack.
At eight, I arrived for work at Castle Market.
It was pouring with rain. Dr Juno was my first customer.
She had stepped in a puddle and was in no mood for my jokes.
She couldn't buy a pineapple as my delivery was late.
She agreed to come back later, but wasn't very happy about it.
At ten, Chuck and Louie arrived.
I tried to cheer them up, but I just made them glummer.
At 12 o'clock, Tina arrived with my pineapples.
She'd had a terrible morning in her taxi and she left in a grump too.
At one, Dr Juno came back to buy a pineapple but none were ripe enough.
I found her a nice, juicy one and she said she'd collect it later.
But she wasn't pleased about having to come back.
Now, remember, when it's raining,
it's always nice to be reminded of the sunshine.
When it's raining, it's nice to be reminded of the sunshine. Sunshine!
What can I use to remind people of the sunshine? My sunshine fruits!
I can use my stall to put a smile back on everybody's faces.
It's a race against time.
# I've got to do it, I've got to beat the clock before the chime
# I've got to sort it, I've got to do the job on time
# I'll beat that bong, I'll finish this job before I finish this song
# Do we think he's gonna do it, do the job that needs to be done?
# Will he know how to fix it? Will he finish what he has begun?
# He knows what he should do and he'll work it through
-# I'm gonna do it!
-I'm gonna beat the clock before the chime
-# I'm gonna sort it!
-I'm gonna do the job on time
# I'll beat that bong, I'll finish the job before I finish this song! #
That should do the trick. Sunshine on a rainy day!
Look, Chuck! It's like something you would see on a tropical island!
-Do you think so?
-Yeah, this looks cool.
-It's brought a smile to my face.
-And a tune to my trumpet.
Excuse me. Excuse me, I've been waiting all day for...
This! A sunshine calypso party!
-Here's your pineapple, Dr Juno.
-Here you go.
No, thank YOU for bringing the smiles back to our faces.
Oh, this is more like it!
Oh, at last! Everybody's happy!
I wish Jack could see how everybody's laughing and dancing.
Let's stick on all our pictures. Oh, what have you got, Jack?
Look at this, everybody. Nice deckchairs relaxing in the sun.
Jack, you've got some paint on you.
Come here, my darling, and I'll wipe it off before Dad comes home.
-Is Daddy really coming home?
-Yes, my treasure. Soon.
Rudi, come away in.
-Someone to see you, Jack.
-Give us a cuddle.
-So you had a great time with Granny Murray?
-We certainly did.
-Say thank you to Granny Murray.
-Thank you, Granny Murray.
-Thanks from me too. I remembered what you said.
When it rains, it's nice to be reminded of the sunshine.
-It saved the day.
-Thanks, Rudi. We'd better get you home.
-Looking forward to next time.
Let's talk about our time away.
I suppose you'll want ME to tell YOU all about my time too?
# Well, there was waving, greeting, hello, meeting
# Bye-bye, closing, waking, dozing, painting, gluing, chewing
# Sticking up and wiping round Washing up and slicing down
# Then there was hugging, squishing, walking, dancing, dusting, talking
# Cooking, drying, cleaning, laughing, joking
# Losing things and rushing round
# Dressing up and sitting down! #
But what was really special about today?
Well, Claude was dressed as a sunbather
because we were trying to forget it was raining outside.
The children had their faces painted.
We painted a huge desert island on the wall
with a sun in the sky to keep us all smiling.
Jack painted a deep blue sea,
but the fun really started when we took our musical instruments out
for a sunshine island calypso dance party.
Everyone made lots of noise. I felt I was on a real tropical island.
Jack and I finished the painting.
We stuck on a sun umbrella and even put a speedboat in the sea.
At the same time, Rudi was decorating his stall.
I told him when it's raining, it's nice to be reminded of the sunshine.
When everyone saw his smiley tropical sun, they smiled too
and had a calypso dance party just like the one we had here.
I hope you enjoyed yourself. Me too. Bye-bye, honey pie!
# I love to skip in Riverseafingal Riverseafingal by the sea
# I love to skip in Riverseafingal Riverseafingal, that's for me
# Come on and get down to the city where the ferryboat sails through
# Time to call on Granny Murray
# She'd love to say goodbye to you-ou-ou... #
Drama series for four- to six-year-olds about the parallel lives of parents at work and their children who stay with warm-hearted minder Granny Murray. The rain makes everyone in Riverseafingal very glum. Rudi decides to cheer people up by putting on a colourful display of fruit to remind them of the sun.