Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures

Weekdays at 6.55am

Concluding on Milkshake! this week is the current run of ‘Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures’, the popular preschool animation following the exploits of the two best buddies from 123 Sesame Street. Each episode sees the intrepid duo climb aboard Bert’s bed and leave the comfort of their familiar apartment. Travelling through a magical night sky, they visit exotic locations and embark upon a series of fantastical adventures.

A host of new experiences awaits the far-flung flatmates, including an encounter with aliens, the disappearance of their magic wand, a visit to Loch Ness and a spell as secret agents. The fearless globetrotters also scale the heights of the Himalayas, check out the Australian Outback, float on an air mattress in Hawaii, go on safari in East Africa and parachute into the Guatemalan jungle.

The show is produced by Sesame Workshop, German public broadcaster NDR and Five’s Milkshake! The series has been animated by the award-winning company Misseri Studio in Florence.

In Monday’s episode, ‘Under the Sea’, the plasticine pals uncover an environmental problem during a scuba-diving trip. Ethel the mermaid is suffering because Bob keeps dumping his rubbish in the ocean. Can Bert and Ernie save Ethel and convince Bob to change his ways?

In ‘Donnie Quixote’ on Tuesday, Bert and Ernie are squires to the famous knight Donnie Quixote. When the knight loses his glasses, he cannot see a thing and is convinced that there are monsters and dragons all over the court. Can Donnie’s courtiers help him regain his sight?

The last episode of the current run is ‘Gopher Broke’ on Wednesday. Rubber Duckie falls into a gopher tunnel during a picnic with Bert and Ernie. The posable protagonists must go deep underground to rescue their avian associate.

Monday 28th September 7.00am

Continuing on Milkshake! this week is a new run of ‘Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures’, the popular preschool animation following the exploits of the two best buddies from 123 Sesame Street. Each episode sees the intrepid duo climb aboard Bert’s bed and leave the comfort of their familiar apartment. Travelling through a magical night sky, they visit exotic locations and embark upon a series of fantastical adventures.

A host of new experiences awaits the far-flung flatmates, including an encounter with aliens, the disappearance of their magic wand, a visit to Loch Ness and a spell as secret agents. The fearless globetrotters also scale the heights of the Himalayas, check out the Australian Outback, float on an air mattress in Hawaii, go on safari in East Africa and parachute into the Guatemalan jungle.

Bert and Ernie may be like chalk and cheese, and their opinions may differ, but through the challenges of their latest adventures they prove that a friend is always there for you – no matter how different you may be.

The show is produced by Sesame Workshop, German public broadcaster NDR and Five’s Milkshake! The series has been animated by the award-winning company Misseri Studio in Florence.

In Monday’s episode, ‘Flower Shop’, Bert and Ernie are excited by their new job at an exotic flower stall, but there is a lot to remember about how to care for all the special plants. Can the green-fingered pair remember everything their boss tells them?

In ‘Three Duck-keteers’ on Tuesday, the king eats all the queen’s birthday cake – and she is very angry! Duck-keteers Bert, Ernie and Rubber Duckie must do their best to smooth things over for the out-of-favour monarch…

Wednesday’s instalment, ‘Raiders of the Lost Duckies’, sees Bert and Ernie set off in search of the Wise Old Duck – a mysterious bird reported to have the answer to any question…

Thursday’s episode is ‘Dustbusters’. The plasticine pair are professional cleaners confident that no job is too large. However, they may have met their match when they encounter some particularly persistent dust bunnies!

And in ‘Dr Birdwhistle’ on Friday, secret agents Bert and Ernie parachute into the Guatemalan jungle on a mission to stop the evil Dr Birdwhistle from trapping the beautiful and rare Quetzal bird.

Weekdays at 7.00am

Beginning on Milkshake! this week is a new run of ‘Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures’, the popular preschool animation following the exploits of the two best buddies from 123 Sesame Street. Each episode sees the intrepid duo climb aboard Bert’s bed and leave the comfort of their familiar apartment. Travelling through a magical night sky, they visit exotic locations and embark upon a series of fantastical adventures.

A host of new experiences awaits the far-flung flatmates, including an encounter with aliens, the disappearance of their magic wand, a visit to Loch Ness and a spell as secret agents. The fearless globetrotters will also scale the heights of the Himalayas, check out the Australian Outback, float on an air mattress in Hawaii, go on safari in East Africa and parachute into the Guatemalan jungle.

Bert and Ernie may be like chalk and cheese, and their opinions may differ, but through the challenges of their latest adventures they prove that a friend is always there for you – no matter how different you may be.

The show is produced by Sesame Workshop, German public broadcaster NDR and Five’s Milkshake! The series has been animated by the award-winning company Misseri Studio in Florence.

In Monday’s episode, ‘Walking Buttercup’, dog walkers Bert and Ernie have been given the job of walking Buttercup, a dog who has never been allowed out of her house before. They take the scared and unhappy puppy to the park, where they show her how much fun making a mess can be!

In ‘Amazing Frog’ on Tuesday, Bert and Ernie are at a county fair, where Ernie is training Froggy for the big frog-hopping event. But Froggy keeps getting distracted by things. Can Bert and Ernie figure out a way to get her to concentrate so she can win the event?

Wednesday’s instalment, ‘Get the Yeti’, sees Bert and Ernie travel to the Himalayas in search of a rare purple pigeon. But legend has it that the bigfooted Yeti also lives in these mountains!

Thursday’s episode is ‘Bert the Pigeon’. Ernie hypnotises Bert into thinking he is a pigeon, only for Bert to run off into the park! Ernie recruits Bernice to help chase Bert down and break the hypnotic spell.

And in ‘Lost Elephant’ on Friday, Bert and Ernie are on a safari in East Africa when they happen upon a lost baby elephant. They must act like elephants in order to get the baby to follow them. But can they find a way to get the baby back to her herd?

Weekdays at 8.50am

Continuing on Five this week is the new series of ‘Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures’, the popular preschool animation following the exploits of the two best buddies from 123 Sesame Street. Each episode sees the intrepid duo climb aboard Bert’s bed and leave the comfort of their familiar apartment. Travelling through a magical night sky, they visit exotic locations and embark upon a series of fantastical adventures.

A host of new experiences await the far-flung flatmates, including an encounter with aliens, the disappearance of their magic wand, a visit to Loch Ness and a spell as secret agents. The fearless globetrotters will also scale the heights of the Himalayas, check out the Australian Outback, float on an air mattress in Hawaii, go on safari in East Africa and parachute into the Guatemalan jungle.

Bert and Ernie may be like chalk and cheese, and their opinions may differ, but through the challenges of their latest adventures they prove that a friend is always there for you – no matter how different you may be.

The show is produced by Sesame Workshop, German public broadcaster NDR and Five’s Milkshake! The series has been animated by the award-winning company Misseri Studio in Florence.

In Monday’s episode, ‘Inventing the Wheel’, cavemen Bert and Ernie set about building their pet dinosaur Spot a dino house! They also invent a few things along the way.

In ‘On the Island’ on Tuesday, Bert and Ernie are floating on an air mattress in Hawaii when they drift out to sea! They manage to paddle themselves to a small deserted island, but they must now figure out how to get back to the mainland!

Wednesday’s instalment is ‘Car Mechanics’. Bert and Ernie need to fix a customer’s car, but can’t figure out the problem. They then discover that this car flies when they sing to it! Bert and Ernie clear their throats and take it for a test drive.

From Thursday onwards there is another chance to catch some classic episodes from the archives.

Weekdays at 8.50am

Continuing on Five this week is the new series of ‘Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures’, the popular preschool animation following the exploits of the two best buddies from 123 Sesame Street. Each episode sees the intrepid duo climb aboard Bert’s bed and leave the comfort of their familiar apartment. Travelling through a magical night sky, they visit exotic locations and embark upon a series of fantastical adventures.

A host of new experiences await the far-flung flatmates, including an encounter with aliens, the disappearance of their magic wand, a visit to Loch Ness and a spell as secret agents. The fearless globetrotters will also scale the heights of the Himalayas, check out the Australian Outback, float on an air mattress in Hawaii, go on safari in East Africa and parachute into the Guatemalan jungle.

Bert and Ernie may be like chalk and cheese, and their opinions may differ, but through the challenges of their latest adventures they prove that a friend is always there for you – no matter how different you may be.

‘Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures’ is produced by Sesame Workshop, German public broadcaster NDR and Five’s Milkshake! The series has been animated by the award-winning company Misseri Studio in Florence.

In Monday’s episode, ‘Computer Bug’, IT support technicians Bert and Ernie encounter a computer virus like nothing they have seen before. To nurse the computer back to health, the clay chums must climb into the machine and chase the virus!

In ‘Puzzle Planet’ on Tuesday, Bert and Ernie are astronauts in search of new worlds, and they have landed on a bizarre planet made entirely of quicksand. The only way to free their ship and leave this strange world is by playing – and winning – a number of special puzzle games. Will the adventurous pair ever make it home?

Wednesday’s instalment, ‘Maltese Duckie’, sees Bert and Ernie pose as duck detectives for the day. Before long, they are visited by Veronica Lambshanks whose duck friend talks, but never quacks! Can the detective duo hunt down the missing quack?

On Thursday, in ‘In Search of Platypus’, Bert and Ernie head deep into the Australian Outback to track down a platypus. However, the friends run into a kangaroo and her joey who end up being quite a handful!

And on Friday, in ‘Raincloud’, farmers Bert and Ernie cannot grow a thing because it just will not rain! Ernie hits upon a solution when he chats to a lonely little cloud and persuades him to help. However, now it won’t stop raining – even inside!

Weekdays at 8.50am

Beginning on Five this week is a brand new series of ‘Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures’, the popular preschool animation following the adventures of the two best buddies from 123 Sesame Street. In each episode Bert and Ernie climb aboard Bert’s bed and leave the comfort of their familiar apartment. Travelling through a magical night sky, they visit exotic locations in a series of fantastical adventures.

A host of new experiences await the far-flung flatmates, including an encounter with aliens, the disappearance of their magic wand, a visit to Loch Ness and a spell as secret agents. During the series the intrepid globetrotters will also scale the heights of the Himalayas, check out the Australian Outback, float on an air mattress in Hawaii, go on safari in East Africa and parachute into the Guatemalan jungle.

Bert and Ernie may be like chalk and cheese, and their opinions may differ, but through the challenges of their latest adventures they prove that a friend is always there for you – no matter how different you may be.

‘Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures’ is produced by Sesame Workshop, German public broadcaster NDR and Five’s Milkshake! The series has been animated by the award-winning company Misseri Studio in Florence.

In Monday’s episode, ‘Meet the Aliens’, Bert and Ernie are out camping when they are visited by a UFO! They meet two aliens who just love Rubber Duckie, so they take it back to the ship with them. Bert and Ernie have no choice but to follow the aliens onto the ship and try to convince them to return the borrowed bird.

In ‘Magicians’ on Tuesday, Ernesto and Bertini’s rabbit has snatched Bert and Ernie’s magic wand and disappeared into their magic hat! They give chase and find themselves in the magic land where disappearing things go. It turns out the rabbit is not too fond of being a disappearing object all the time…

Bernice and Rubber Duckie are competing in the ‘Bird Games’ on Wednesday, and Bert and Ernie are their coaches! Unfortunately, Bernice needs to learn to believe in herself before she can truly do her best.

On Thursday, in ‘Meet the Loch Ness Monster’, Bert and Ernie are trying to do just that! No one has ever been able to capture a photograph of the legendary beast – are Bert and Ernie up to the job?

And on Friday, in ‘Butterfinger’, Bert and Ernie are secret agents. Their mission takes them to an outdoor market, where they have to chase down the clumsy Butterfinger before he breaks everything he touches.

This delightful animated series sees Bert and Ernie – the most famous double act on children’s television – venture beyond their home at 123 Sesame Street to join the Milkshake! strand. In Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures, the loveable duo appear in claymation for the first time and embark upon a whole series of escapades.

In Monday’s episode, the Emperor of ancient China has chosen Bert and Ernie to be guardians of the Royal Chrysanthemum, the most beautiful flower in the entire kingdom. But a flower-loving monkey sneaks in and steals it!

Tuesday’s show, ‘Chariot’, sees Bert and Ernie starring as chariot racers in ancient Rome, where they must challenge Porkus Maximus and Horsus – the fastest racers of all. But instead of a horse, they have Fred the donkey to pull their chariot…

The last episode of the current run is ‘Beach’ on Wednesday. Bert and Ernie visit the beach with Bertina, Bert’s surfer cousin. They are joined by Moose, Bertina’s hyper-competitive friend. When Moose and Bertina are swept away by a big wave, Bert and Ernie must rescue them.

Continuing this week on Five is the show that sees Bert and Ernie – the most famous double act on children’s television – venture beyond their home at 123 Sesame Street to join the Milkshake! strand. In Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures, the loveable duo appear in claymation for the first time and embark upon a whole series of escapades.

The far-flung flatmates share their voyages with an extraordinary cast of colourful characters, including a belly-dancing camel, an evil pancake, some conga-dancing aliens and a bossy penguin. There is also a chance to catch up with some familiar faces, including Ernie’s faithful old bath toy Rubber Duckie.

Monday’s episode finds Ernie and Bert in a culinary pickle as they attempt to cope with a huge order at their new bakery. In their haste to meet demands, they overheat the pie machine and over-yeast the dough – leading to some surprising results!

Tuesday’s instalment, ‘Rodeo’, sees the clay chums find work as rodeo clowns at a Western State Fair. While rehearsing for his act, Ernie gets lassoed into standing in for a missing bull rider. Macho Miguel, one of the regular riders, does not take too kindly to the new competition and decides to make sure Ernie gets the ride of his life!

In Wednesday’s instalment, ‘Wizards’, Elmo joins Bert and Ernie at wizard school. Unfortunately, Elmo accidentally turns the teacher into a frog, and the tricky trio must find a feather from a two-headed Fangriff in order to make the antidote!

Thursday’s show is ‘Cliptecs’. Bert and Ernie embark on a trek to the ruins of Quacku Picchu. But first, they visit the village of the Cliptecs, a tribe of magnetic people who love paperclips.

And in ‘Three Wishes’ on Friday, Bert and Ernie polish a lamp they find at a Persian market – and out pops Gina the Genie, who offers them three wishes. Bert plumps for a palace with a side-order of porridge, while Ernie wishes that everything he touches turns to rubber duckies…

Continuing this week on Five is the show that sees Bert and Ernie – the most famous double act on children’s television – venture beyond their home at 123 Sesame Street to join the Milkshake! strand. In Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures, the loveable duo appear in claymation for the first time and embark upon a whole series of escapades.

The far-flung flatmates share their voyages with an extraordinary cast of colourful characters, including a belly-dancing camel, an evil pancake, some conga-dancing aliens and a bossy penguin. There is also a chance to catch up with some familiar faces, including Ernie’s faithful old bath toy Rubber Duckie.

In Monday’s episode, a day at a friend’s house turns into a big adventure when Bert and Ernie are asked to keep an eye on a little girl. The only problem is that the girl, like everybody else in this town, is invisible!

Tuesday’s instalment, ‘Piano Movers’, finds Bert and Ernie attempting to shift a very grand piano up the stairs of Ostrich Lady’s mansion. Of course, this is much easier said than done!

In Wednesday’s instalment, ‘Museum Guards’, Bert and Ernie are charged with the task of standing guard at the museum. All is going to plan until a lady in a painting asks for some help feeding her son…

Thursday’s show is ‘Ernlock Holmes’. With Ernie as Holmes and Bert as Watson, the detective duo must solve the mystery of Lady Lulu Quackerville’s missing duckling, Lily.

And in ‘Rainforest’ on Friday, ecologists Bert and Ernie must preserve and protect the plants and animals of the rainforest. Unfortunately, this rainforest has a displaced beaver with the ambition to build a Grand Opera House! How will the intrepid pair convince the animal not to gnaw down all the trees?

Continuing this week on Five is the show that sees Bert and Ernie – the most famous double act on children’s television – venture beyond their home at 123 Sesame Street to join the Milkshake! strand. In Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures, the loveable duo appear in claymation for the first time and embark upon a whole series of escapades.

The far-flung flatmates share their voyages with an extraordinary cast of colourful characters, including a belly-dancing camel, an evil pancake, some conga-dancing aliens and a bossy penguin. There is also a chance to catch up with some familiar faces, including Ernie’s faithful old bath toy Rubber Duckie.

In Monday’s episode, Bert and Ernie meet Heidi and her rambunctious goat while climbing the Alps. Mayhem ensues when the goat tries to take a bite out of Ernie’s cuckoo-clock.

Tuesday’s instalment, ‘Heroes’, sees Bert and Ernie pose as Super Pigeon and Rubber Ducky Man, only to be robbed of their porridge by the evil Mad Pancake. Using their wings of steel and stretchy limbs, they must work together to thwart the plan of the fiendish flapjack.

Wednesday’s show is ‘Wild West’. Clarice the Cow and Billy the Bull are leaving Horseshoe Gulch with all the town’s milk. Will Deputy Bert and Sheriff Ernie be able to persuade them to stay?

In ‘Knights’ on Thursday, Princess Duckie is locked away in a tower and guarded by an underappreciated dragon. The noble knights Sir Bert and Sir Ernie must overcome the dragon by exploiting his one weakness…

And in ‘Penguin’ on Friday, Bert and Ernie are in Antarctica where a bossy penguin enlists Bert to be Daddy Penguin. Will Bert be able to protect the bird’s little egg until it hatches?

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