The Beeps

The colourful CGI animation aimed at two- to five-year-olds continues. Full of fun, action, comedy and drama, the series follows the adventures of Beep Beep and her rotund friends who live on Beep Island in the middle of the Sapphire Sea. Many stars have lent their names to the series, with ‘Dr Who’ and ‘Little Britain’ star Tom Baker narrating, and Timmy Mallett and Dani Harmer (‘Tracy Beaker’) providing two of the voices.

On Saturday, Leafy’s garden has been overrun by stinkroots, the whiffiest plants on all of Beep Island. Smelly Beep likes them so much that he has pitched his tent and started to live among them. How can Leafy get his garden back to normal and stop this pongy infestation?

Sunday’s episode is ‘Singalongabeeps’. The Beeps like the Sockroaches to sing them a cheery song as they work. But when the Sockroaches lose their voices, the Beeposaurus offers to provide the singing instead.

The colourful CGI animation aimed at two- to fiveyear- olds continues. Full of fun, action, comedy and drama, the series follows the adventures of Beep Beep and her rotund friends who live on Beep Island in the middle of the Sapphire Sea. Many stars have lent their names to the series, with ‘Dr Who’ and ‘Little Britain’ star Tom Baker narrating, and Timmy Mallett and Dani Harmer (‘Tracy Beaker’) providing two of the voices.

Originally devised by illustrator Malou Bonicos, The Beeps is a fast-moving sitcom for preschoolers, with simple, yet multi-threaded stories, unexpected twists and action sequences.

On Saturday, Nosey is very excited because she has spotted a whale in Crystal Cove! All the other Beeps rush to the beach to get a look at the colossal cetacean – but should a whale really be pink and purple? And where is the Beeposaurus?

In Sunday’s episode, ‘Soggy Sockroaches’, Drozzle has flooded the sockpit, and all the Sockroaches have caught a chill. Where on the island can they dry themselves – and will they ever be safe from Brainy’s problematic plantwatering invention?

The colourful CGI animation aimed at two- to fiveyear- olds continues. Full of fun, action, comedy and drama, the series follows the adventures of Beep Beep and her rotund friends who live on Beep Island in the middle of the Sapphire Sea.

Many stars have lent their names to the series, with ‘Dr Who’ and ‘Little Britain’ star Tom Baker narrating, and Timmy Mallett and Dani Harmer (‘Tracy Beaker’) providing two of the voices. Originally devised by illustrator Malou Bonicos,The Beeps is a fast-moving sitcom for preschoolers, with simple, yet multi-threaded stories, unexpected twists and action sequences.

On Saturday, it is the day of Smelly Beep’s annual wash, so he runs off to hide before the other Beeps can scrub him clean. Much to his surprise, he discovers a wonderful secret garden behind the waterfall. To whom could it belong?

In Sunday’s episode, ‘Bounceflower Tea’, the Beeps wake up to find the island covered with Bounceflowers – strange plants that double as trampolines. Why are there so many of them, and why is Bossy trapped in her house?

Bouncing back onto Milkshake! this week is the colourful CGI animation aimed at two- to five-yearolds.

Full of fun, action, comedy and drama, the series follows the adventures of Beep Beep and her rotund friends who live on Beep Island in the middle of the Sapphire Sea. Many stars have lent their names to the series, with ‘Dr Who’ and ‘Little Britain’ star Tom Baker narrating, and Timmy Mallett and Dani Harmer (‘Tracy Beaker’) providing two of the voices.

Originally devised by illustrator Malou Bonicos, The Beeps is a fast-moving sitcom for preschoolers, with simple, yet multi-threaded stories, unexpected twists and action sequences.

On Saturday, a new hill has appeared on Beep Island – and High Hill is getting smaller! Could the Beeposaurus’s bouncing be to blame for this strange turn of events?

In Sunday’s episode, ‘The Caravan’, the Beeposaurus wants to go on a camping holiday, but there is one problem – he does not like tents! Luckily, Teeny has an idea that might just work…

Continuing on Milkshake! this week is the CGI animation aimed at two-to five-year-olds. Full of fun, action, comedy and drama, the series follows the adventures of Beep Beep and her friends who live on Beep Island in the middle of Sapphire Sea.

Many stars have lent their names to the series, with ‘Dr Who’ and ‘Little Britain’ star Tom Baker narrating, and Timmy Mallett and Dani Harmer (‘Tracy Beaker’) providing two of the voices.

Originally devised by illustrator Malou Bonicos, The Beeps is a fast-moving, visual sitcom for preschoolers, with simple, yet multi-threaded stories, unexpected twists and action sequences.

On Monday, disaster strikes for Smelly when his house collapses during a spring clean – it turns out that the muck was holding the roof up! Can the Beeps rebuild Smelly’s house just the way he likes it? And where has the Beeposaurus gone?

In Tuesday’s episode, ‘Leafy’s Hoe’, Yuk accidentally breaks one of Leafy’s gardening tools. How will the green-fingered Beep grow his potatoes now? Perhaps Brainy can help…

On Wednesday, in ‘Pet Hospital’, all the pets are poorly and need a place to convalesce. Will Beep Beep mind that her house has become a temporary pet hospital?

In Thursday’s instalment, ‘Twinkleberry Pie’, it is time to make a special twinkleberry pie – but the Beeps will have to catch the pastry first!

And rounding off the week’s episodes on Friday is ‘The Great Pink Sunset’. Yuk must keep Sleepy awake long enough to catch the legendary pink sunset, but it is not an easy task…

Continuing on Milkshake! this week is the CGI animation aimed at two-to five-year-olds. Full of fun, action, comedy and drama, the series follows the adventures of Beep Beep and her friends who live on Beep Island in the middle of Sapphire Sea. Many stars have lent their names to the series, with ‘Dr Who’ and ‘Little Britain’ star Tom Baker narrating, and Timmy Mallett and Dani Harmer (‘Tracy Beaker’) providing two of the voices.

Originally devised by illustrator Malou Bonicos, The Beeps is a fast-moving, visual sitcom for preschoolers, with simple, yet multi-threaded stories, unexpected twists and action sequences.

On Monday, Nosey falls into a Gumblegoo bush and gets covered in stinky gunk. Brainy has a special soap that should get her clean, but disaster strikes when Bossy fails to follow Brainy’s specific usage instructions!

In Tuesday’s episode, ‘Wash Those Socks’, the smelly Sockroaches need a good soaking – but the Beeps have to catch them first. And why does one sock always get lost in the wash?

On Wednesday, in ‘Crafty Beeps’, Teeny is upset because the Beeposaurus lives in a cold, bare cave. The Beeps decide to give his cave a makeover by using their craft skills to make him lots of lovely things. However, Yuk soon gets carried away on his potter’s wheel…

‘Bounceberry Pie’ is on the menu in Thursday’s instalment. Sleepy has never made bounceberry pie for breakfast, so the other Beeps decide to try and make it with him. Unfortunately, they don’t realise just how much bounce is in a bounceberry!

And rounding off the week’s episodes on Friday is ‘A Cure for Bossy’. Bossy Beep is in such a rush that she gets the hiccups! All the other Beeps try to find a cure – but can they persuade Bossy to slow down?

Returning to Milkshake! this week for a run of new
programmes is the CGI animation aimed at two-to
five-year-olds. Full of fun, action, comedy and
drama, the series follows the adventures of Beep
Beep and her friends who live on Beep Island in
the middle of Sapphire Sea. Many stars have lent
their names to the series, with ‘Dr Who’ and ‘Little
Britain’ star Tom Baker narrating, and Timmy
Mallett and Dani Harmer (‘Tracy Beaker’)
providing two of the voices.
Originally devised by illustrator Malou Bonicos,
The Beeps is a fast-moving, visual sitcom for
preschoolers, with simple, yet multi-threaded stories, unexpected twists and action sequences.
In Tuesday’s episode, Brainy has built a smellpowered go-kart, but it needs a particularly pungent pong to make it work. Smelly Beep thinks that this is a job for his very smelliest sock, but soon learns that some smells are too powerful to control!
On Wednesday, in ‘Pets with Pets’, the Beeposaurus wants a pet of his own, but what sort of animal will suit a big pink dinosaur?
Thursday’s instalment, ‘Brand New Bossy’, finds Bossy Beep staying in bed because she is poorly. Deciding to take her place, Yuk puts on Bossy Beep’s clothes and begins to tell everyone what to do. Will the other Beeps notice?
And rounding off the week’s episodes on Friday is ‘Stuck on You’. Brainy invents a special new glue to mend the broken breakfast table. However, the glue proves a little too sticky…

the beeps
hunt the beep (35/52)

The colourful CGI animation aimed at two-to fiveyear-olds continues on Milkshake! this week. Full of fun, action, comedy and drama, the series follows the adventures of Beep Beep and her friends who live on Beep Island –a small, verdant piece of land in the middle of the Sapphire Sea. The series is brought to life with the voices of Tom Baker and Timmy Mallett.

In this morning’s episode, Smelly Beep is having trouble finding the other Beeps when they play a hiding game. He is usually good at locating them but he is finding it difficult to spot Teeny. Could the strange round footprints near the houses be a clue to Teeny’s location?

Tomorrow’s episode is ‘Treasure Hunt’. The Beeposaurus is upset that the Beeps don’t want to watch his magic show – but Teeny has a plan to get them involved, whether they want to be or not!

the beeps
source of the sapphire stream (31/52)

The colourful CGI animation aimed at two-to fiveyear-olds continues on Milkshake! this week. Full of fun, action, comedy and drama, the series follows the adventures of Beep Beep and her friends who live on Beep Island –a small, verdant piece of land in the middle of the Sapphire Sea. The series is brought to life with the voices of Tom Baker and Timmy Mallett.

In this morning’s episode, Nosey sets off on an epic expedition to discover the source of the Sapphire Stream. Knowing their little friend’s proclivity for getting lost, however, all the other Beeps immediately set out to find her!

Tomorrow’s episode is ‘Hole Lot of Trouble’. Strange holes are appearing all over the island and many little things are going missing. The Beeps decide to take advantage of these strange events by playing a new game that Brainy has invented – Beep Golf!

the beeps
wheely helpful (23/52)
07.20–07.35

Continuing a new run of episodes this week is the colourful CGI animation aimed at two-to fiveyear-olds. Full of fun, action, comedy and drama, the series follows the adventures of Beep Beep and her friends who live on Beep Island. The series is brought to life with the voices of Tom Baker and Timmy Mallett.

In this morning’s episode, Beep Beep’s skates are so squeaky that she wakes everybody up. She resolves to be extra helpful to everybody in order to make amends –but first, she has to find Yuk and get him to oil her skates.

Tomorrow’s episode is ‘Teeny Beep Takes Off’, in which Teeny decides she wants to fly, inspired by the falling sycamore leaves. Cue Brainy’s BeepCopter invention!

In Wednesday’s episode, ‘Carnival’, the Beeps all decorate their vehicles for a parade –but Yuk makes his messy because he hates parades!

The final episode of the week is ‘Peas and Bees’ on Thursday. Sleepy wants to make a honey dressing for the Beeps’ bumper pea crop, but where have all the bees gone?

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