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In the Night Garden - Pack 4
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In the Night Garden is a BBC children's television series, particularly aimed at babies and preschool children, produced in 2005 by Ragdoll Productions. It was created by Anne Wood CBE, Ragdoll's creative director, and Andrew Davenport, who also created the Teletubbies.
The series was announced in October 2005 and twenty episodes were first broadcast in March 2007. According to the BBC's internal magazine Ariel more episodes are to be made in May 2007 with broadcasting resuming soon after.
The programme is said by its creators to be designed to both relax as well as entertain its intended audience of one to three year olds. One hundred episodes were commissioned by the BBC with a budget of £14.5 million.
It is narrated by Derek Jacobi and features a mix of actors in costumes, puppetry and computer animation.
The programme features colourful characters: Upsy Daisy, Igglepiggle, Makka Pakka, the Pontipines and three Tombliboos who live in a forest. As well as trees and tropical birds (Tittifers), the forest features a surprisingly large cast of other creatures for a programme aimed at toddlers. All of the characters have their own unique phrases which they repeat over and over. Little of what they say would make sense or seem logical to any adults watching but the repetition of sound associated with the characters builds up familiarity amongst the target audience. Like Teletubbyland, the forest is a surreal environment and this, along with the title of the programme and the opening sequence of the programme featuring a sleeping child, perhaps indicates the programme is intended to represent a child's dream. "We wanted to explore the difference between being asleep and being awake from a child's point of view: the difference between closing your eyes and pretending to be asleep and closing your eyes and sleeping," said co-creator Anne Wood.
Each episode starts with a child in bed (a different child is used in each episode), the parent is running their finger round and round the child's palm while the narrator begins to speak and the episode cuts to Igglepiggle in his boat travelling to the Night Garden. Each episode ends with the characters going to sleep, with one character receiving a bedtime story (which is generated by the "Magic Roundabout" style gazebo that sits at the centre of the Night Garden). This story is a summary of the plot of the episode, just as in the Fimbles.
Because Igglepiggle is a visitor to the garden he does not go to sleep, and his goodbye sequence ("Igglepiggle's not in bed!" — "Squeak!" — "Don't worry, Igglepiggle, it's time to go.") rounds off the programme - the Night Garden retreats into the night sky and we see him asleep on his little boat as the programme's closing titles roll.
Unlike most programmes aimed at toddlers, In The Night Garden is not aimed primarily at being educational. Instead, it is aimed at helping children relax, and calming relationships with parents. Co-creator Anne Wood stated "We became very aware of the anxiety surrounding the care of young children which manifested itself in all kind of directions – but the one big subject that came up again and again was bedtime. It's the classic time for tension between children who want to stay up and parents who want them to go to bed... so this is a programme about calming things down whereas most children's TV is about gee-ing everything up!"
Funny Noise From The Pinky Ponk
Iggle Piggle's Blanket
Iggle Piggle Looks for Upsy Daisy and Follows Her Bed
Playing Hiding with Makka Pakka
Pontipine Children in the Tombliboo's Trousers
Quiet Please, Tombliboos - Upsy Daisy Wants to Sing
Tombliboo Ooo Drinks Everyone Else's Pinky Ponk Juice
Tombliboos Clean Their Teeth
Upsy Daisy's Big Lous Sing Song
Upsy Daisy, Iggle Piggle, The Bed and The Ball
Wave to the Wottingers
Where is the Pinky Ponk Going
Many thanks to ACR for these caps.