Name and Species: Toots the Boogie-Woogie Bugle
Personality: Jolly, jazzy, snazzy.
Mini Bio: In one ear, out the other? Totally, because Boogie-Woogie Bugles repeat everything they hear. But not with words, with little toots from their trumpety heads. Thankfully it’s not too annoying because these ultra-hip Moshlings can parp into their hats, which act as jazzy mutes.
Habitat: Windypop Place, although you’ll often catch Boogie-Woogie Bugles gigging in the Purple Banana Jazz Club.
Likes: Satchels and brass polish.
Dislikes: Cigars and earbuds.
I think Toots really cute, I love that they only toot words and that they are really jazzy, definitely the type of moshling to invite to your party.
What the boys think: Joseph would like to dance away with him and thinks that he will make a great addition to his Moshi HQ set.
Countdown so far:
Stay tuned every day until 14th February when all of the new moshling series 9 will be revealed, with a special little surprise at the end 🙂
The letterbox tinkled, the boys rushed to the front door! Joseph had been anxiously awaiting for the arrival of the sample DVD of Olly the Little White Van Series 3. He already spends his time playing on the App that is available on the Iphone and Ipad and he loves to replay the clips that are on YouTube too.
“Olly the little white van, helps his friends as much as he can
Olly the little white van, always around to give a helping hand..”
Olly the little white van is always scooting around the road running errands and doing useful work for his friends. He doesn’t always get things right but tries his best and the show points out how important it is to be helpful and to be kind to each other. Olly is voiced by the one and only Justin Flecther, who is best known as ‘Mr Tumble’ in ‘Something Special’ and he brings that extra special sparkle to the character. There are many bright and colourful characters in the show such as Bazza who is Olly’s best friend and is always getting up to mischief, Bessie who is a worn out burgervan and has a low self-esteem and Olly helps her to see her potential and Royston who is a bit of a hero and finds fun in everything he does, there are more characters to learn about in the series.
Joseph had a friend over after school one day so to keep them occupied and out of mischief i put on the DVD of the Series 3, they both instantly recognised the theme song and was soon running and dancing around the living room and singing along to the theme song, which may i add is very catchy. Once the show started they stood still, eyes transfixed, gazing at the television, even Oliver who is 11 months old loved watching it. To be honest i never normally see him standing still as he is a little handful himself and always on the move but whilst he was watching Olly he just stood there in front of the television, bobbing up and down and watching the show. Both Joseph and Oliver love watching the series and kept them quiet for ages. Each episode is 5 minutes long and promises fun and enjoyable storylines, each story as energetic as the last one and all teaching children that we should be sensitive and caring to others and to help out our friends.
Episodes of Olly the little white van can be watched on CITV at 9:45 and 12:45 every weekday. You can find out more about the series on their website at www.ollythelittlewhitevan.co.uk where you will find plenty of games and news about Olly and his friends.
Olly the little white van also has an education system in place called ‘Olly’s little helpers club’ which is aimed at educating children in schools on why helping is good and also shows them how to do so, you can find out more information about this scheme at www.ollylittlehelpersclub.com