Is waybuloo still on CBeebies?
The BBC has scrapped changes to children’s show Waybuloo after parents complained about a “sarcastic” commentary provided by Come Dine With Me narrator Dave Lamb. The show, which has been on CBeebies for three years, tells the story of “piplings” who practise “yogo”.
Can you get CBeebies on BBC iPlayer?
The Child Experience on iPlayer brings the best of CBBC, CBeebies and other suitable BBC programmes to one place. Under-13s can easily find something to watch thanks to more child-friendly categories like Trending, Drama, Funny and Cartoons.
Can you get CBeebies on catch-up?
You need one to watch any BBC programme on iPlayer – live, catch-up or on-demand. It’s the law.
What channel is waybuloo on?
BBCTreehouse TVABCKids Talk Talk
Where is waybuloo?
Waybuloo takes place in Nara, home to the four Piplings: Yojojo; Lau Lau; Nok Tok and De Li. When the sun shines on the coloured crystals of the characters’ Yogo machine, it makes a beautiful noise. It was replaced at the end of last month by the animation series Charlie and Lola and 64 Zoo Lane.
How old is lau lau from waybuloo?
5 years old
Lau Lau is the only Pipling with a high bed while the others have usual beds. She is also 5 years old and is an only child.
How do I access CBeebies?
CBEEBIES ON BBC iPLAYER You need a TV licence to watch or download programmes from BBC iPlayer, and you can find more information on BBC iPlayer Help. You will also need to sign in using a BBC account or create one for you or your child. Getting a BBC account is quick, free and easy you can register here.
How can I watch CBeebies outside the UK?
The best way to watch CBeebies abroad is to use BBC iPlayer. This website is the licensed online catch-up service for all BBC terrestrial content. Like the channels, its only available in the UK – but it can be accessed through using a VPN.
When was waybuloo made?
May 11, 2009Waybuloo / First episode date
Who made waybuloo?
It was commissioned by Michael Carrington at the BBC, and first aired on CBeebies in May 2009. The 100-episode show was head-written by Marc Seal (who worked on Bob the Builder), filmed by the Foundation in Glasgow and animated and directed by Gallus Entertainment.
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