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In The Night Garden - Igglepiggle & Friends Box Set [DVD]

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Producer Anne Wood also states: "We became very aware of the anxiety surrounding the care of young children which manifested itself in all kinds of directions, but the one big subject that came up, again and again, was bedtime. uk/liverpool-news/local-news/2010/03/26/in-the-night-garden-coming-to-sefton-park-this-summer-100252-26113079/. The show's makers, Ragdoll Productions, signed a deal to make the toy producer Hasbro a global partner before the show was first broadcast, and merchandise was first made available in July 2007. In 2007 [8] and 2008, [9] the show won the Children's BAFTA for "Pre-school live action," as well as being nominated in 2009. It is the largest house in the garden with so many activities to do such as playing music, playing with blocks and brushing teeth (like the Pinky Ponk and the Ninky Nonk it is bigger on the inside).

Andrew Davenport created, wrote, and composed the title theme and incidental music for all 100 episodes. Then, we see all the characters except for Igglepiggle going to sleep while Igglepiggle delivers his goodbye sequence. It, along with the Stepping Stone Path and Makka Pakka's Cave was first featured in the episode "Makka Pakka Washes Faces".Makka Pakka is so pleased to be able to make his way out into the garden, that he washes Igglepiggle's and Upsy Daisy's faces on the spot. It is filmed mostly in live action, and features a mix of actors in costume, puppetry and computer animation. The series is fully animated in 3D CGI animation, unlike the original series which was a mix of CGI, 2D animation and live-action. For ages 18 months and upwards this roll along train is made up of five colourful cars that you can connect together into your own Ninky Nonk! The series would go on to be publicly announced a year later, and filming would eventually start in early 2005.

is a British live-action preschool children's television series, aimed at children aged from one to six years old. In the Night Garden has been filmed in a real woodland setting using High Definition technology to create a compelling and fully immersive experience for young viewers. At the same time, they hear a bedtime story, which is generated by the magical gazebo that sits at the centre of the Night Garden. Soon everybody is joining in the jumping game – from the great big Haahoos to the teeny tiny Pontipines.

In January 2009, a spokesman for the BBC confirmed that they had asked Hasbro to change the CGI skin colour of the Upsy Daisy CGI doll following "a handful of complaints".

Until 1 April 2008, the show aired on the CBeebies channel every day, including weekends, at 6:25 PM in the "Bedtime Hour" slot after The Story Makers Series 2-4 episodes, in addition to earlier daytime showings on weekdays (like every other show on CBeebies, the same episodes are shown all day). As of October 2008, in India, the show airs every day on the CBeebies channel, including weekends, at 9 AM, 12 PM and 3 PM.

was removed from its 6:25 pm "Bedtime Hour" slot, which resulted in a nationwide fan petition outside the BBC's Television Centre studios asking for the programme to be re-instated to its normal slot. Words, rhymes and music carry young viewers through a happy world of loveable characters and nursery rhyme nonsense.

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