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Created by: Magic Star

UK under 5's6-1011+

Started: July 10th, 2020

Status: Active, 16 episodes

Kind: Episodic

Language: English

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Where does rain come from?
00:18:32 | Season: 1 | Episode: 9 | January 5th, 2021

We fly up into a fluffy cumulus cloud with Ayesha Tandon, and learn about where clouds come from – and what they’re made from. The rhythm of the rain on the window leads us into our song of the week.

Why do cats purr?
00:15:59 | Season: 1 | Episode: 8 | December 29th, 2020

Charlotte Corney, zookeeper extraordinaire, travels with us to watch big cats in the wild – and we learn how they communicate. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

What is the noisiest cereal?
00:15:03 | Season: 1 | Episode: 7 | December 22nd, 2020

Professor Carolyn Ross jumps into a bowl of cereal to answer this important question – and we learn about how useful food science can be for young children. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Why is thunder so loud?
00:15:32 | Season: 1 | Episode: 6 | December 15th, 2020

Weather presenter Alex Deakin joins us at the heart of a thunderstorm as we learn how thunder and lightning are created. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

What is an echo?
00:19:17 | Season: 1 | Episode: 5 | December 8th, 2020

We learn about what an echo is – and how bats use echoes to get around, visiting a bat cave with Biologist Professor Kate Jones. Our batty music uses the singing of bats with a jazz twist. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

What did the Big Bang sound like?
00:16:18 | Season: 1 | Episode: 4 | December 1st, 2020

Professional Space Nerd Dr Jen Gupta takes us to the beginning of the universe – the moment before the big bang – and we learn about the signs of the big bang that are still with us today. Our big banger uses the sound of the birth of the universe to make a party anthem.

What happens to our food?
00:19:40 | Season: 1 | Episode: 18 | November 24th, 2020

Stefan Gates guides us on the rocky journey that our food takes – starting with the mouth and stomach and all the way through the intestines. We also find out whether farting is bad for you! We have some Big Bowel Beats this episode to round off our journey.

How do car engines work?
00:17:02 | Season: 1 | Episode: 17 | November 17th, 2020

We travel into the past, present and future with Dr Alice Bell to learn about the history of the car engine – from steam power to the electric cars of the future. The cranks, steam and motors of the past and electric hum of the future gives us our song of the week.

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Created by: Magic Star
Started: July 10th, 2020
Status: Active, 16 episodes
Kind: Episodic
Language: English

UKunder 5's6-1011+
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