Roary the Racing Car

Weekdays at 7.30am

The cheerful red racing car continues his new adventures this week. The show is narrated by racing legend Sir Stirling Moss and features the vocal talents of comedian Peter Kay. Legendary commentator Murray Walker joins the show for two special episodes in this run.

Silver Hatch’s colourful cast of motors includes Maxi, the macho Italian F1 racing car who thinks he’s a superstar; Cici, the cute, giggly little French stunt car; and Plugger, the cool, colourful Caribbean 4×4. Roary is also joined by James, an Aston Martin-inspired ‘chauffeur’ car, and Loada, a huge transporter lorry from Eastern Europe. Mechanic Big Chris (Peter Kay) acts as a father figure to Roary and his pals.

The series was originated by David Jenkins, who previously worked at Brands Hatch and Goodwood motor racing circuits. It is made by Chapman Entertainment, who also produce ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’.

Monday’s episode is ‘Homesick Tin Top’. No matter how hard he tries, Tin Top simply cannot master corners. The others try to help him but nothing seems to work – until Roary hits on a brilliant plan…

In ‘Save Our Tree’ on Tuesday, Mr Carburettor plans to cut down Flash’s tree. What can be done to save the little rabbit’s home?

Wednesday’s instalment, ‘New Juice’, sees Conrod visit Silver Hatch to try out some new biofuel, but it brings Big Chris out in spots!

The cars hold a football tournament at the beach in ‘FB Football’ on Thursday. FB learns that if he relaxes, his natural footballing skills shine through.

In Friday’s show, ‘Mr Carburettor’s Birthday Suit’, Mr Carburettor heads to the beach to test his new wet suit. The following day, the suit comes in handy during a particularly stormy race!

Thursday 10th December and Friday 11th December 7.30am

The cheerful red racing car returns to Five this week for a series of new adventures. The show is narrated by racing legend Sir Stirling Moss and features the vocal talents of comedian Peter Kay. Legendary commentator Murray Walker joins the show for two special episodes in this run. For 52 years, Murray Walker was the voice of motor racing on TV. Now the 85-year-old legend makes his debut on children’s television with an appearance as himself in ‘Roary the Racing Car’. Murray lends his instantly recognisable voice to his animated counterpart, who will be dropping by Silver Hatch to offer the gang some assistance.

Silver Hatch’s colourful cast of motors includes Maxi, the macho Italian F1 racing car who thinks he’s a superstar; Cici, the cute, giggly little French stunt car; and Plugger, the cool, colourful Caribbean 4×4. Roary is also joined by James, an Aston Martin-inspired ‘chauffeur’ car, and Loada, a huge transporter lorry from Eastern Europe. Mechanic Big Chris (Peter Kay) acts as a father figure to Roary and his pals.

The series was originated by David Jenkins, who previously worked at Brands Hatch and Goodwood motor racing circuits. It is made by Chapman Entertainment, who also produce ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’.

Thursday’s episode is ‘Motor Mouth’. The track inspector is coming to visit and Big Chris is too tired to commentate on the race. Celebrity commentator Murray Walker is brought in to save the day –much to Big Chris’s annoyance!

In Friday’s show, ‘Dancing Queen’, Big Christine (also voiced by Peter Kay) is due to take part in a dancing competition and is practising at Silver Hatch. But what will she do when her dance partner is taken ill?

Weekdays at 7.30am

Concluding on Milkshake! this week is the current run of adventures featuring the cheerful red racing car. The show is narrated by racing legend Sir Stirling Moss and features the vocal talents of comedian Peter Kay.

The colourful cast of motors includes Maxi, the macho, Italian F1 racing car who thinks he’s a superstar; Cici, the cute, giggly little French stunt car; and Plugger, the cool, colourful, off-road Caribbean 4×4. Mechanic Big Chris acts as a father figure to Roary and his pals. Roary is also joined in the new series by two new characters – Aston Martin-inspired ‘chauffeur’ car James and Loada, a huge transporter lorry from Eastern Europe.

The series was originated by David Jenkins, who previously worked at Brands Hatch and Goodwood motor racing circuits. It is made by Chapman Entertainment, who also produce ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’.

Monday’s episode is ‘Mr Carburettor or Bust’. Mr Carburettor has commissioned a bust of himself for Silver Hatch, but disaster strikes when it is dropped! Big Chris tries to make amends, while Marsha distracts Mr Carburettor and the reporter.

In Tuesday’s show, ‘Home Is Where the Hatch Is’, Breeze and Roary swap places for the day (and night). Roary soon discovers the beach is no place for a racing car to live, while Breeze begins to miss his freedom.

The last episode of the current run is ‘Putting on a Show’ on Wednesday. The cars are all gleaming for the evening’s race, until Roary gets bored and heads out onto the track – with disastrous consequences. Will the cars be ready in time for the big show?

Weekdays at 7.30am

The cheerful red racing car enjoys more new adventures this week. The show is narrated by racing legend Sir Stirling Moss and features the vocal talents of comedian Peter Kay as mechanic Big Chris.

The colourful cast of motors includes Maxi, the macho, Italian F1 racing car who thinks he’s a superstar; Cici, the cute, giggly little French stunt car; and Plugger, the cool, colourful, off-road Caribbean 4×4. Mechanic Big Chris acts as a father figure to Roary and his pals. Roary is also joined in the new series by two new characters – Aston Martin-inspired ‘chauffeur’ car James and Loada, a huge transporter lorry from Eastern Europe.

The series was originated by David Jenkins, who previously worked at Brands Hatch and Goodwood motor racing circuits. It is made by Chapman Entertainment, who also produce ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’.

Monday’s episode is ‘Heavy Loada’. Roary takes Loada on a jaunt to the beach… only to discover that sand and lorries don’t mix too well!

In Tuesday’s show, ‘Testing Time for Maxi’, PCs Pete and Nick are up at Silver Hatch giving the cars their road tests. Is Maxi as good as he says he is? Or will he be unpleasantly surprised?

‘Mum’s the Word’ on Wednesday. Big Chris’s mum is visiting Silver Hatch – as is Mamma Mia. Serious competition ensues as the mighty mums face off.

Thursday’s episode is ‘How the Hatch Was Won’. Tin Top is feeling homesick so Big Chris tries to cheer him up. But who is that pesky varmint causing trouble on the track?

In ‘Go Gadget James and Maxi’ on Friday, Maxi is jealous of all of James’s gadgets and the attention the other cars give him. He persuades Molecom to devise some gadgets for him –with hilarious results.

Weekdays at 7.30am

The cheerful red racing car returns for a brand new series this week. The show is narrated by racing legend Sir Stirling Moss and features the vocal talents of comedian Peter Kay as mechanic Big Chris.

The colourful cast of motors includes Maxi, the macho, Italian F1 racing car who thinks he’s a superstar; Cici, the cute, giggly little French stunt car; and Plugger, the cool, colourful, off-road Caribbean 4×4. Mechanic Big Chris acts as a father figure to Roary and his pals. Roary is also joined in the new series by two new characters – Aston Martin-inspired ‘chauffeur’ car James and Loada, a huge transporter lorry from Eastern Europe

The series was originated by David Jenkins, who previously worked at Brands Hatch and Goodwood motor racing circuits. It is made by Chapman Entertainment, who also produce ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’. The series is animated by the award- winning Cosgrove Hall Films.

Monday’s episode is ‘Let’s Hear It for Big Chris’. Big Chris is working on Loada, while the others plan a surprise evening to celebrate him being the longest- serving member of Silver Hatch.

Tuesday’s show, ‘Funny Business’, sees Big Chris receive a mysterious parcel. The cars are intrigued to find out what is in it. Strange and silly things start happening at the workshop – could it have anything to do with Big Chris’s package?

In ‘Nick Solves the Case’ on Wednesday, PC Pete has been called upon to investigate a case of some missing fuel. But where is Nick?

Thursday’s episode is ‘Simply the Best’. Molecom is very grateful to Plugger for rescuing him after yet another of Flash’s pranks, but Plugger is soon frustrated by Molecom’s attempts to help.

Meanwhile, Roary tries to beat his best lap time. And in ‘Cici Wins the Day’ on Friday, Cici is fed up with never winning and decides not to take part in the race that day. Can Roary persuade her to change her mind?

The BAFTA-nominated animation featuring the cheeky racing car and his friends at Silver Hatch continues. The series is narrated by racing legend Sir Stirling Moss and features the vocal talents of comedian Peter Kay as mechanic Big Chris.

Roary, the little single-seater racing car, and his motorised friends at Silver Hatch have become firm favourites with young and old alike. The colourful cast of motors includes Maxi, the macho Italian F1 racing car who thinks he’s a superstar; Cici, the cute, giggly little French stunt car; and Plugger, the cool, colourful Caribbean 4×4.

Mechanic Big Chris acts as a father figure to Roary and his pals, while James, the classic British sports car – a new character this season – steers into the role of fun-loving uncle. This series also sees the introduction of Breeze, the free-spirited Australian beach buggy; Nick, the speed-fiend police car; and PC Pete, the overzealous policeman.

The series was originated by David Jenkins, who previously worked at Brands Hatch and Goodwood motor racing circuits. It is animated by Chapman Entertainment Studio, which also produces ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’.

In Monday’s show, Hellie wishes he could race like the cars, but when he joins them on the track he is accused of cheating. Can the other vehicles find a way to include Hellie in the fun?

On Tuesday in ‘Cry Cold’, Big Chris is feeling ill so Marsha sends him to bed. However, Chris enjoys the attention so much that he fails to let everyone know when he begins to feel better…

And in ‘Marsha’s Wonderful Life’ on Wednesday, Marsha overhears the others saying that she is too bossy, so she decides that Silver Hatch would be a better place without her. Can the others persuade her to stay?

The BAFTA-nominated animation featuring the cheeky racing car and his friends at Silver Hatch continues this week. The series is narrated by racing legend Sir Stirling Moss and features the vocal talents of comedian Peter Kay as mechanic Big Chris.

Roary, the little single-seater racing car, and his motorised friends at Silver Hatch have become firm favourites with young and old alike. The colourful cast of motors includes Maxi, the macho Italian F1 racing car who thinks he’s a superstar; Cici, the cute, giggly little French stunt car; and Plugger, the cool, colourful Caribbean 4×4. Mechanic Big Chris acts as a father figure to Roary and his pals, while James, the classic British sports car – a new character this season – steers into the role of fun-loving uncle. This series also sees the introduction of Breeze, the free-spirited Australian beach buggy; Nick, the speed-fiend police car; and PC Pete, the overzealous policeman.

The series was originated by David Jenkins, who previously worked at Brands Hatch and Goodwood motor racing circuits. It is animated by Chapman Entertainment Studio, which also produces ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’.

In Monday’s show, Farmer Green holds a car boot sale, so Big Chris uses the opportunity to get rid of some of his junk.

On Tuesday in ‘Horse Power Dinkie’, Farmer Green tells Maxi and Drifter about how a horse and cart used to be the only form of transport available.

In ‘Law and Order’ on Wednesday, Mr Carburretor is fed up with all the cars running amok, so he calls in reinforcements to restore order to his track.

In ‘Flash’s Tea Party’ on Thursday, Flash invites everyone for afternoon tea – but he forgets to mention they each have to bring a dish!

And on Friday in ‘FB’s Sleepover’, FB is excited about the prospect of a slumber party at the workshop. But when night draws in, he begins to get nervous of his shadowy surroundings. Will Big Chris be able to put him at his ease?

This week sees the return of the cheeky red racing car and his friends at Silver Hatch race track. The series is narrated by racing legend Sir Stirling Moss and features the vocal talents of comedian Peter Kay as mechanic Big Chris.

Roary, the little single-seater racing car, and his motorised friends at Silver Hatch have become firm favourites with young and old alike. The colourful cast of motors includes Maxi, the macho, Italian F1 racing car who thinks he’s a superstar; Cici, the cute, giggly little French stunt car; and Plugger, the cool, colourful, off-road Caribbean 4×4. Mechanic Big Chris acts as a father figure to Roary and his pals.

The series was originated by David Jenkins, who previously worked at Brands Hatch and Goodwood motor racing circuits. It is made by Chapman Entertainment, who also produce ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’. The series is animated by the award- winning Cosgrove Hall Films.

In Monday’s show, Farmer Green asks Cici to perform one of her stunts in front of a big crowd. As Cici prepares for the event, Roary tries to ease his friend’s nerves.

On Tuesday in ‘Dodgems’, Marsha wants to learn to be a mechanic, but Big Chris’s patience wears thin from all her questions. When he falls asleep on the job, disaster strikes!

In ‘Flash the Marshal’ on Wednesday, Flash must earn his stripes as a marshal in order to avoid being kicked out of Silver Hatch by Mr Carburettor.

In ‘Tall Story Roary’ on Thursday, Silver Hatch’s loud speaker system goes on the blink just as Roary is about to perform a dangerous stunt.

And on Friday in ‘Hot Stuff’, the race cars have a day trip to the beach. But there is a kerfuffle when Big Chris’s water goes missing!

More adventures with cheeky racing car and his friends at Silver Hatch race track. The series is narrated by racing legend Sir Stirling Moss and features the vocal talents of comedian Peter Kay as mechanic Big Chris.

Roary, the little single-seater racing car, and his motorised friends at Silver Hatch have become firm favourites with young and old alike since the series launched last year. The colourful cast of motors includes Maxi, the macho, Italian F1 racing car who thinks he’s a superstar; Cici, the cute, giggly little French stunt car; and Plugger, the cool, colourful, off-road Caribbean 4×4. Mechanic Big Chris acts as a father figure to Roary and his pals.

The series was originated by David Jenkins, who previously worked at Brands Hatch and Goodwood Motor Racing circuits. It is made by Chapman Entertainment, who also produce ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’, and was designed and developed by Keith Chapman, Creative Director of Chapman Entertainment and creator of the internationally successful preschool animations ‘Bob the Builder’ and ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’. The series is animated by the award-winning Cosgrove Hall Films.

In Monday’s show, Roary is given a big responsibility by Farmer Green when he is asked to deliver parcels to several people around the track. But will he remember whose parcel is whose?

On Tuesday, in ‘Computer Calamity’, tensions rise at Silver Hatch when Mr Carburettor wants to move with the times, but Big Chris wants things to stay as they are.

In ‘Roary Digs Deep’ on Wednesday, Roary must face his demons when it is time to race against Maxi. Big Chris can tell there is something on Roary’s mind, but can he find out what the problem is before Mr Carburettor does?

From Thursday, there is another chance to see the series from the very beginning.

More adventures with cheeky red racing car Roary and his friends at Silver Hatch race track. The series is narrated by racing legend Sir Stirling Moss and features the vocal talents of comedian Peter Kay as mechanic Big Chris.

Roary, the little single-seater racing car, and his motorised friends at Silver Hatch have become firm favourites with young and old alike since the series launched last year. The colourful cast of motors includes Maxi, the macho, Italian F1 racing car who thinks he’s a superstar; Cici, the cute, giggly little French stunt car; and Plugger, the cool, colourful, off-road Caribbean 4×4. Mechanic Big Chris acts as a father figure to Roary and his pals.

The series was originated by David Jenkins, who previously worked at Brands Hatch and Goodwood Motor Racing circuits. It is made by Chapman Entertainment, who also produce ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’, and was designed and developed by Keith Chapman, Creative Director of Chapman Entertainment and creator of the internationally successful preschool animations ‘Bob the Builder’ and ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’. The series is animated by the award-winning Cosgrove Hall Films.

In Monday’s show, a water shortage at Sliver Hatch means there is no water left to run the cars or even to clean them. Can Roary and his friends find enough water to make sure that everyone is ready for an important photo shoot?

On Tuesday, in ‘Green Eyed Roary’, Roary is jealous when CiCi is chosen as Maxi’s training partner and they strike up a new friendship.

In ‘Big Chris Forgets’ on Wednesday, it is Marsha’s birthday and Big Chris is in charge of organising a surprise for her – if he remembers!

‘Big Chris Babysits’ on Thursday, when he is left in charge of the track and has to keep an eye on Roary and Cici. But is Big Chris the one that needs looking after?

And on Friday, in ‘Roary and Nigel’, Roary brings Nigel the crab back to the track from the beach. But things go wrong when Nigel disappears…

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