Sunday, 25 October 2015

Teletubbies are back #EhOhTeletubbies - The World Premiere of Teletubbies, October 2015



 Over the hills and far away the Teletubbies come to play!



 If you have have not heard already, I have some great news for you, The Teletubbies are back.

There are 60 new 14 minutes episodes, of our four cute, cuddly friends, Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa Laa & Po.

They are returning back to their home at Cbeebies on Monday, 9th November 2015, at 7.25am.  I hope you get a chance to tune in to the new shows.

The new episodes have been given a modern facelift, The Teletubbies have Touch Screen Tummies, which play real lives action films, which have been shot from a child’s perspective.  All with a meaningful and educational messages.

These new episodes have been revamp and are taking a leap into the 21st Century, there are new gadgets at Teletubby Home Hill, the Tubby Phone, a bold and bright coloured talking wall phone and The Tubby Custard Ride bringing chuckles and funny messy times to Home Hill.  It still is lots of fun and is highly entertaining for everyone.

A lot of the old characteristics remain the same, from the opening titles with the cute baby Jessica Smith.  Home Hill and the Windmill are still there, of course Teletubbies just would not be the same without Noo Noo, the super clean, hoovering machine.

This afternoon, I was very lucky to take my youngest to The World Premiere of Teletubbies.  We had a lovely afternoon.  He stuffed his face with fruit salad, while I indulged in celebrity spotting before the show.  I saw Jennifer Saunders, Fearne Cotton, JB Gill, Jasmin Harman, Tom Pellereau, Vas from TOWIE and Imogen Thomas to name a few.  There were lots of other famous faces.
   


There is one thing that makes us humans all the same, no matter what we do, we want our children to be happy, it does not matter if we are a Parent, Cousin, Aunty or Granparent, we all melt when our little ones laugh.   

The Premiere was packed out with lots of little happy faces.  Don't get me wrong there were a few babies crying but mostly, lots of little excited faces, giggling away at the new show.       





If you are an old fan or a parent that remembers Teletubbies back in the day, don't delay much sure to tune in.  Teletubbies  are going to be so much FUN!


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