Drama series about parents and children. Bobby discovers a birthday card has been left on one of her buses.
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# Come on and get on down To the city
# Where the trains All clatter through
# Hey! Look at that driver driving
-# I want to ride that train of blue
# I'm looking way up high To the windows
# Take a peek for an inside view
# All those people busy working
# I want to see what they all do
# Come on Let's weave around the market
# Do you hear that hullabaloo?
# Everybody's busy selling
-# I wanna buy me something new
# Look through the arches Under the station
# Down Where the pigeons perch and coo
# 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
-# Let me ting that bell
# Going to ride on round To the school stop
# 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. #
# Come on and get on down to the city
-# Where the ferryboat sails are blue
-Sails are blue
# Time to call on Granny Murray
# She'd love to say hello to you... #
Hello, honey pie, come away in and see who's at home today.
# Granny Murray's house Has two at home to play
# Granny Murray's house is home to? #
Who's here today?
We've got Hope and we've got Molly.
Don't just sit there, flower pots, let's have some fun.
What's on Granny's shelves, darling? And we let it go.
Just lift it up
That's a good girl. It's almost like keys on a piano, isn't it?
Well, we've got Hope and we've got Molly.
Someone's missing from home today.
Oh, not any more. Who's coming home to Granny Murray?
Oh, it's Kai with Bobby.
Bobby, hello. And Kai, my treasure. Come away through.
Och...come on. Look at all these toys moving!
I can't stay long today, Granny Murray.
I've got a form to get in the post.
Oh, well, why don't we...
dress Claude up as a postman?
-There we are,
my darlings. We'll post ourselves over to our chairs, Bobby. Hee-hee.
So, why do you need to go to the post office?
-To post the form for my driving test.
-You must be driving well
-if you're applying for your test.
-If I pass my test...
..what I'd really love to do is to train to be a bus driver.
Oh, Bobby, that's a wonderful idea!
Thanks. I just need to pass my test.
You will and once you put the wheels in motion, everything will happen.
The first thing is to fill out the form. It's complicated.
I want to make sure that it's right.
Mickey John's coming around later.
-I'll ask him to pop round and give you a hand.
-No bother, sweetheart.
Oh, look at Claude!
You look like you could deliver my letter, Claude.
Oh, yes, you're a smart boy.
It's time for me to go to work, Kai.
Here you are.
Oh, Kai, that's brilliant!
I'll put that in my bag.
When I'm at work it will remind me to get my form posted.
-Come and give me a hug.
Mmm. Sleep well and I'll see you in the morning.
Come on, angel.
Remember, once you put the wheels in motion, everything will happen.
Thanks, I'll see you later.
-Bye bye, my darling, we'll be thinking of you.
-Yeah, me too.
Will you keep a wee eye on Bobby?
Make sure she goes the right way to work.
Oh, I'm a bit late today. How can I get to work quickly? Thanks!
# I'm in, in, in, in, in a hurry
# I nee, nee, nee, need to speed to work
# I take a Take a ticket on a bus
# I'll be, be, be, be, be, be there quite quick
# Hurry, hurry, hurry Through the bus lanes
# Rolling, rolling, rolling Down the road
# Whining, whining, whining Drives the speed up
# Squeaking, squeaking, squeaking Slows us down
# Rolling, rolling, rolling Through the streets
# Squeaking, squeaking to our stop
# I'm in, in, in, in, in a hurry! #
Hurry, hurry, hurry!
But before I do anything, I need to put on my work clothes.
All dressed and ready to go!
I'm going to leave Kai's post van right here
to remind me about filling in my form later.
I'm going to do some cleaning
and the first thing I need to do is collect the lost property.
Ooh, somebody's going to have a birthday!
Somebody called Chantelle!
Oh, dear, she's going to be really disappointed not to get her card.
This card should've been posted and collected in a post van
just like the one that Kai gave me.
I wonder what my lovely Kai is up to right now?
# I love to skip In Riverseafingal
# Riverseafingal by the sea
# I love to skip In Riverseafingal, Riverseafingal
# That's for me. #
-Kai, can you make a line of dominoes for me?
-Good boy. Help Mickey John.
I like that. Oh, that's very good.
Let's make it as long as we can.
Oh, it's ever so good.
-Right, are you ready, Kai?
Will we knock it over?
'What are you doing now, Mummy?'
-Can I be really cheeky?
-The chain's come off my bike.
-Oh, no, that's a shame!
-Will it be all right if I mend it here?
-Why don't you bring it over here beside this bus?
You'll be out of the way of the buses coming in and out of the depot.
Thanks. It shouldn't take too long.
-Actually, could I ask you a favour?
-Of course you can.
Somebody left a birthday card. Do you think you'd be able to post it
-so that it arrives on her birthday?
I'll get on with my cleaning.
Oh, there...chain fixed.
Just in time.
-I'd better get going, Bobby. Thanks.
-That's all right. Any time.
It's all very nice to chat but I'm getting behind on my cleaning.
Time to get down to some serious work.
# Bobby boogie-woogies as she cleans And mops the buses
# Sponging with her squeegee Sweeping rubbish with her brushes
# Shining the headlamps For the night-time show
# Bright and beaming buses
# Bye bye soon
# Cleaning while you're dreaming
# Making ready while you're in bed
# Gleaming while you're sleeping
# Dawn by dawn
# Lining up all shining
# They'll be leaving for the day ahead
# Ready to dazzle the day away
# Swinging to the city Looking pretty and radiant
# The hubcaps gleam The paintwork shines
# Rarely seen a double-decker Look so fine
# The driver she drives Collecting the fares
# Leaving then arriving She will get you there
# This bus is stopping, dropping Picking up and putting down
# This bus is shining It's the talk of the town
# Bobby boogie-woogies Flipping up or flipping under
# Running round and scrubbing up She really is a wonder
# Putting up the posters As she wobbles on her toes
# And Bobby walks a moonwalk As she rubs and wipes the windows
# Dusting through the starlight Adding sparkle as she goes
# Polishing the buses
# So they'll all be gleaming for the day ahead. #
There! I think I'll just have a breather! Oh, no!
Dr Juno was in such a hurry that she forgot to post Chantelle's letter!
-Hello, anybody home?
-Hello, Mickey John.
-Granny Murray said I could help you with a form.
-Oh, yes, please.
I've got it...here. It's my driving application.
I want to make sure that I get it right.
Let's have a look then.
-You've filled out the payment details.
-That was the easy bit.
Name and address.
And sign the bottom and that's it.
-That wasn't so bad.
-I'll post it for you, shall I?
-That'd be brilliant.
Oh, and could you post this for me?
-It got left behind on one of the buses.
I'd love to drive a bus. Could I have a quick look in the cab?
Wow! This is really smart. Can I sit in the seat?
-I'm not sure that the inspector would approve.
(It's the inspector.)
Phew! That was close.
Mickey John left in such a hurry he forgot to post these.
Poor old Chantelle will be fast asleep
and when she wakes up in the morning her birthday card won't be there.
I wonder if my lovely Kai is in bed yet.
You know, Kai, this postcard's all the way from Australia.
For Granny Murray to get this, somebody put a stamp on it,
put it in the post box and then the postman collected it
and it goes in a plane and flies to Riverseafingal.
Oh, will you look at this?
This is from you and Mummy when you went to Greece on your holidays.
Right, my lamb, it's time you were sleeping, isn't it?
You close your eyes
and Mummy will be back before you can say, "Loobalum scoosh!"
'I'm thinking of you, Mummy.'
Bobby? Are you there?
Yeah. I'm over here.
Oh, Bobby. I'm so sorry. You wanted me to post that letter for you.
-I forgot to take it with me. I'll take it now.
-It's on my desk.
I could do with a clean duster.
Oh, no! Dr Juno has taken my letter but left Chantelle's birthday card.
I've been working all night
and I've tried hard to get her card to her on time but...
her card is still here. And I've still got tons of work to do.
Where did the time go?
At six o'clock, I took Kai to Granny Murray's house.
I told Granny Murray I was applying for my driving test.
At seven o'clock, on a bus I found a birthday card for Chantelle
that someone had left behind.
At eight o'clock, Dr Juno asked if she could mend her bicycle chain.
She promised to post the card to Chantelle but she had to rush off
and forgot to take the card.
At ten o'clock, Mickey John helped me fill in my application
for a driving test. He offered to post the test and the card.
But he had to leave in a hurry and he forgot.
At eleven o'clock,
Dr Juno came by to collect the card for posting.
But she took my driving test application
and left the card behind again.
Now, remember - once you put the wheels in motion,
everything will happen.
Once you put the wheels in motion, everything will happen.
Well, if I want to get Chantelle's birthday card to her on time,
I've got to put the wheels in motion.
Firstly, I need to clean my next bus in double quick time
so that I can finish early and then post the card at the sorting office.
It's a race against time.
# I've got to do it 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 sort it
# I've got to do the job on time
# Like a busy bee I'm going to beat that bong
# I'm going to finish this job before you finish this so-o-o-ong
# Do we think she's gonna do it?
# Do the job that needs to be done?
# Will she know how to fix it?
# Will she finish what she has begun?
# Sure as we are friends she will get there in the end
# Because she knows what she should do
-# I'm gonna do it
-She's gonna do it
# I'm gonna beat the clock before the chime
-# I'm gonna sort it
-She's gonna sort it
# I'm gonna do the job on time
# Like a busy bee I'm going to beat that bong
# I'm going to finish this job
# Before I finish this so-o-o-ong. #
Chantelle's birthday card should have arrived by now,
just in time for her birthday. I'll soon be collecting my little boy.
Is that good, darling?
Oh, here's the post.
Look, Kai. It's another postcard.
It's a map of Riverseafingal.
There's the bus depot where your mummy will be,
washing a big bus.
'I wish I was with you, Mum.'
Oh, hello. Come away in.
Your mum's here, Kai.
-Oh! You look like you've had a smashing time.
-Oh, we sure have.
-Say thanks to Granny Murray.
Thanks from me too, Granny Murray. I remembered what you said.
-To put the wheels in motion. It saved the day.
-It never did!
-Come on, let's get you home.
-Come on, Kai.
-Looking forward to next time.
Come on, Kai, let's chat about our time away.
And I suppose YOU'LL want to know all about my time too.
# Well, there was...
# Waving, greeting Waking, dozing, eating, sleeping
# Painting, glueing, chewing Sticking up and wiping round
# Dressing up and sitting down. #
But what was really special about today? Well...
Claude was dressed as a postman
because Bobby needed to post her application for her driving test.
The children had fun playing with toys with moving parts.
Mickey John made domino lines with Kai and me.
You touch one domino and they all fall over.
At bedtime, while his mummy was busy at work,
Kai and I looked at my postcards
that people have sent me from all over the world.
Then this morning, I received another postcard.
This time, it was from Riverseafingal.
Once Bobby posted Chantelle's card, she put the wheels in motion
and Chantelle got her card in the morning.
Did you enjoy yourself? Me too!
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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. Bobby discovers a birthday card has been left on one of her buses. She struggles all day to get it posted. Mickey John helps her fill out her driving test application.