Children's programme using the Makaton sign language system. Mr Tumble takes the Tumble family on a special day out to the seaside.
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-Hello, Mr Tumble.
Lift your hand, just like so.
-Move it around and say hello.
# Hello, hello
# How are you?
# Hello, hello
# It's good to see you
# I say hello
# Let's go out to play
# I say hello
# Let's go out and about
# Out and about
# Out and about today. #
Hello, Mr Tumble.
You look happy, Mr Tumble.
Yes, I'm happy and excited.
Why are you happy and excited, Mr Tumble?
Because we've come on a special day out.
A special day out, Mr Tumble? That sounds exciting.
Where have you come for your special day out?
The seaside, look.
Ooh, we love the seaside.
-Who have you taken on your special day out, Mr Tumble?
Ah, the seaside.
I fancy a dip.
Right, we have to find the, er,
Ooh, that's good.
Ah, the sea air.
Ah, how jolly lovely.
What are you going to do at the seaside, Mr Tumble?
I want to do something special for my family.
That's very kind, Mr Tumble.
What are you going to do?
Ah-ha! I'm going to give them a special surprise.
A special surprise, Mr Tumble?
What is your special surprise?
Ah-ha! Wait and see. Come on!
HE RINGS THE BELL
Ah-ha! Hello and...
welcome to my theatre.
Albert Hall at your service.
How can I help you?
five tickets for this afternoon's show, please.
Five tickets? You do realise this is a very special show.
Now, these are my last five tickets,
one, two, three, four, five.
Do look after them, won't you?
Now, I must rest.
Thank you, Albert Hall. Ha-ha, well, look,
I've got five special tickets for my special surprise.
How exciting, Mr Tumble. We like surprises.
I do too.
Now, one for Aunt Polly, one for Fisherman Tumble,
one for Lord Tumble,
one for Grandad Tumble,
and one for... Oh, no!
Oh, no, Mr Tumble, the tickets are blowing away.
Oh, yes, I know. I've got to go and find them.
Can you tell everyone
to meet me at the theatre?
OK, Mr Tumble. Off you go, you'd better run.
Hello, Grandad Tumble.
You look smart, Grandad Tumble.
Yes, I know, thank you.
Now, don't tell the Tumbles that you've seen me.
OK, Grandad Tumble, but why not?
Well, I'm meeting someone special.
-Can we see, Grandad Tumble?
There you go.
Now, this is Penny.
She looks lovely, Grandad Tumble.
Oh, she is lovely. Yes, I know.
is it really you, Grandad Tumble?
Yes, it's really me.
I've got something to show you.
Do you remember this?
Oh, of course I remember it, you silly billy.
It was the first time we went to the cinema, wasn't it?
Muswell Hill, 1933, Wizard of Oz.
-Is Penny Farthing your girlfriend?
Penny was my first girlfriend.
And his only girlfriend.
That's so sweet, Grandad Tumble.
Get away with you!
Oh, Grandad Tumble, don't ever leave me, will you?
Don't worry, Penny, you'll never lose me.
Oh, you're the perfect man.
I'm sorry to interrupt you and Penny, but it's time to go.
Time to go?
Time to go?
Yes, Mr Tumble has arranged a special surprise for you.
A special surprise for me? I love surprises.
You'll wait for me, won't you, Penny?
Oh, yes, I'll wait for you,
What's another day?
-Can you meet Mr Tumble at the theatre?
At the theatre? Oh, yes.
On my way!
< You will wait for me won't you, Penny?
Oh, yes, I'll wait for you, Tumbly Wumbly!
< And can you pay for the bill, please?
Yes, of course, I will.
Look, he hasn't changed one bit, has he?
Oh, my little schnooky-lumps!
-SHE BLOWS NOSE NOISILY
Oh-oh, I've got it!
Hello, Aunt Polly.
Oh, hello. Fancy seeing you here.
We like your swimsuit, Aunt Polly.
This old thing. Thank you.
Are you going for a swim, Aunt Polly?
Yes, I am.
Are you a good swimmer, Aunt Polly?
Oh, yes, I'm a very good swimmer.
Oh, I don't need these, do I?
Ooh, can we watch you, Aunt Polly?
Er, watch me... Er, yes, all right. Oh, wait.
Wait, Aunt Polly? Why?
Well, I haven't got anything to wear,
I need my swimming cap.
Won't be a mo.
That's not a swimming cap, Aunt Polly.
Yes, I know, I just fancied a little snack, that was all.
Mmm! It tastes yuma-rama.
You are funny, Aunt Polly.
Won't be a mo.
Aunt Polly, stop horsing around.
It was just my little joke. Ha-ha!
Wow, Aunt Polly, we love your swimming cap.
Oh, thank you, I knew you would.
You're ready for your swim now.
Erm, yes, I think so.
Right, swimming, OK.
-There's only one small problem.
-It's time to go.
What, time to go?
Yes, you've taken so long getting ready, it's time to go.
Time to go where?
Time to go and meet Mr Tumble at the theatre for a special surprise.
Oh, I love surprises just for me.
Oh, theatre's that way.
Mr Tumbly, I'm ready for my surprise!
-That's another ticket you've found.
Hello, Lord Tumble, you look like you're having fun.
Oh, hello there, yes, I'm having great fun.
The trouble is...
this horsey won't go higher. Hmm.
And I want to go higher.
Wait a second. Ah-ha!
I want to have a go on that. Woo-hoo!
-Ha-ha, thank you!
I say, ha-ha! Off we go.
Ha-ha, we're going up, up and away!
-Watch out for your ice cream, Lord Tumble.
Oh, no, it's gone in the sea!
Oh, dear, whoopsy.
Never mind, Lord Tumble, but it's time to go.
Time to go?
Yes, Mr Tumble has got a special surprise for you.
A special surprise, for me?
I love surprises.
Can you meet Mr Tumble at the theatre, please?
Meet Mr Tumble at the theatre?
Oh, yes, I love the theatre.
I say, old chap, can we go down now?
See you there, Lord Tumble.
Well done, that's another ticket.
What's going on?
Hello there, Fisherman Tumble.
Who said that?
Ay-ee! Oh, hello there.
Fancy seeing you here.
-What are you doing, Fisherman Tumble?
-Well, I'm fishing.
I'm a very good fisherman, you know.
In fact, 16 years...
Whoa, hang on! Oh, I think I've got something. Oh, it's a big 'un.
Oh, it looks a very colourful fish, it's a prize catch, this one.
Here it comes.
Wait a second, what's this?
An ice cream?
Yes, Fisherman Tumble, it is an ice cream,
but I think we know who that belongs to.
I'll put that down here for later. There we go.
Right, I'm going to have one more go.
I am a good fisherman, you know...
-Yes, of course you are, Fisherman Tumble.
Oh, here it comes.
Don't throw that away.
Are you all right, Mr Tumbles?
Could I have that paper, please?
Oh, yes, of course. There you go.
Phew! You have saved the day.
-Well... I have?
Now, can you meet me at the theatre
for a special surprise?
A special surprise?
Oh, I love special surprises.
You've got all the tickets back, Mr Tumble. Well done.
Thank you. Wow.
Fisherman Tumble is really good at catching things.
It's time to go, Mr Tumble, you've got to meet everyone at the theatre.
Oh, yes, I know.
Now it's time for my special surprise.
Look, I've got all five tickets. Yay!
Where is everyone?
They're in the theatre, Mr Tumble. We told them to wait for you there.
Ay-ee! Come on.
Tickets please, Mr Tumble.
Look at the lights...
and the stage...
and the curtains. Woo-hoo!
Are you excited about Mr Tumble's surprise?
I hope this is going to be good,
I had to leave someone special to come here.
Do you have a girlfriend, you old tiger?
Never you mind, Lord Nitup.
-There we are.
-Are you hungry, Aunt Polly?
Oh, well, it's just in case I get a little bit peckish.
I'm really good at eating popcorn too.
Oh, it's going to be a good one.
And what about you, Mr Tumble,
-is everything ready for your special surprise?
-I hope so.
-'Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls...'
'..it's time for a very special surprise from someone very special.
'Please put your hands together
'for the one and only Cliff Tumble!'
Thank you, guys, hi.
Great to see you. Hi, there.
Before I start this very special concert,
I'd like to say a big hello to my wonderful Tumble family.
First, we've got Lord Tumble.
Oh, he's a personal friend, you know.
-Then we have Grandad Tumble.
-All right there, boy?
The beautiful Aunt Polly.
Fisherman Tumble, hi.
Ooh, hello, there.
And, of course, my dear friend, Mr Tumble.
I've got a very special song to sing for you,
and why don't you all join in too? Here we go.
# Goodbye, goodbye
# It's time to run... #
Never run away.
# ..Goodbye, goodbye
# I hope you had good fun
# And you. I say goodbye
# I'm happy that you came
# I say goodbye... #
Can you go slower?
# ..Please come back again
# Goodbye. #
Thank you! CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
-Bravo! Bravo! Well done.
-These are for you... Oh, and these.
Mmm, my favourites.
Oh, he's a good catch, isn't he?
It looks like everyone enjoyed your special day out, Mr Tumble.
Yes, I know.
And they definitely enjoyed your special surprise.
Oh, yes, everyone loves Cliff Tumble.
Bye-bye, Mr Tumble.
Have a safe journey back home.
-Bye-bye, Lord Tumble.
-Wake up, Grandad Tumble.
Ooh, just the bill, please.
-Bye-bye, Fisherman Tumble.
-Bye-bye, Aunt Polly.
Bye-bye, Cliff, and thank you.
No problem. Goodbye!
Children's programme using the Makaton sign language system. Mr Tumble takes the Tumble family on a special day out to the seaside. All the Tumbles have a great day, which is topped off with a trip to the theatre to see a special surprise performance.