Teletubbies

  • 1998
  • TV Show
  • TV-Y

A portly quartet of playful creatures who live and learn in Teletubbyland is the focus of this live-action program developed by former teacher Anne Wood for younger children. The series became an unlikely subject for controversy when, in 1998, Rev. Jerry Falwell criticized it for promoting a `gay agenda' by having one character carry a bag that resemble (more…)

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The Teletubbies Are Coming Back to TV

After more than a decade off-air, the Teletubbies are returning to entertain a whole new generation of children. According to The Telegraph, the rebooted BBC series will premiere later this year. While it's unknown whether the original voice actors w… Read more

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Close the Gate / Trailer Season 4, Episode 1 Jul 17, 2017 $2.99

The Teletubbies accidentally leave the Tiddlytubbies’ gate open and search for missing Mi-Mi, RuRu and Baa. There’s an extra special trailer on the Tubby Custard Ride today – who can it be for?

Music/ Making Sounds Season 3, Episode 7 Jan 23, 2003 $1.99

The Teletubbies become a pop group and perform a pop song. In Tummy Tales, children watch a one man band playing music and accompany him by playing their own music. Po makes lots of silly, funny sounds with the levers and buttons in Home Dome and then the Tubby Phone rings for a silly Tubby Phone Dance. The Teletubbies enjoy watching children visit a farm and copying the sounds they hear.

Horses/ Running Race Season 3, Episode 5 Sep 16, 2003 $2.99

Tinky Winky, Dipsy and Laa-Laa trot and gallop across Teletubbyland pretending to be horses. Children in Tummy Tales help to groom and feed a horse. The Teletubbies do running races and they each have a chance to win. When the Tubby Phone rings, there’s a race to reach it before the Tubby Phone Dance. In Tummy Tales, two sisters watch their Dad running in a race.

Knock Knock/ Things Season 3, Episode 2 May 25, 2016 $1.99

Tinky Winky knock-knocks on a door and is welcomed by Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po. The children in Tummy Tales knock-knock on their neighbours’ doors to share their home-made flapjacks. The Teletubbies have more knock-knock fun with the Tiddlytubbies. The Teletubbies find different uses for their favourite things and a child in Tummy Tales makes a seaside picture out of lots of things from a make-...

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Teletubbies - Volume 01
Featuring the iconic characters Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po, children are invited to enter the bright, safe, and fun world of Teletubbyland, a (more…)
Teletubbies - Volume 03
Featuring the iconic characters Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po, children are invited to enter the bright, safe, and fun world of Teletubbyland, a (more…)
Teletubbies - Volume 02
Featuring the iconic characters Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po, children are invited to enter the bright, safe, and fun world of Teletubbyland, a (more…)

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Eh-oh! The BBC is Bringing the Teletubbies Back

Time to bust that red handbag out of the closet and tape an antenna onto your head. Tinky Winky, Dip…

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  • Premiered: March 31, 1998
  • Rating: TV-Y
  • Premise: A portly quartet of playful creatures who live and learn in Teletubbyland is the focus of this live-action program developed by former teacher Anne Wood for younger children. The series became an unlikely subject for controversy when, in 1998, Rev. Jerry F… (more)

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