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Teletubbies is a children's television series which first appeared in the United Kingdom on BBC Two from March 31, 1997 to February 16, 2001. It aired on PBS Kids in North America from April 6, 1998 to August 29, 2008. On September 1, 2008, Teletubbies on PBS Kids was replaced by Sid the Science Kid. It was then revived in 2015 on BBC in the UK and Nick Jr. and Pluto TV in the US.


Tinky Winky: - is the purple Teletubby. He is the first brother, the biggest. Tinky Winky is the 1st Teletubby and has white skin. He also has a triangular antenna and a red bag (described as a "Magic Bag").

Dipsy: - is the lime green Teletubby. He is the 2nd Teletubby. He is the second brother, has brown skin, and has a straight line antenna. He likes to wear his cow spotted hat.

Laa-Laa: - is the yellow Teletubby. She is the 3rd Teletubby. She is the sister of Tinky Winky, Dipsy and Po. She has apricot skin and a curly antenna and an orange ball.

Po: - is the red Teletubby. Po is the last Teletubby and has white skin. She is the sister of Tinky Winky, Dipsy, and Laa-Laa. She has a circle antenna and a scooter called the Po Cooter.

The Noo-Noo: - A blue vacuum cleaner. It sucks up the Teletubbies' favorite things (minus Po's scooter), and sometimes their Tubby Toast, causing the Teletubbies to yell "Naughty Noo Noo!" and chase it around the house. On occasion, the Noo Noo will clean up the Teletubbies' mess.

The Sun Baby: - is the yellow sun. The Sun, who is like a baby's face, begins to rise up or set down to begin.


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Opening and Ending

Opening Credits

We see the opening of the Teletubbies theme. It starts off with the rising of the Sun. It becomes shining. The sun zooms in. We see Teletubbyland zooming in, and the Narrator says "Over the hills and far away...... Teletubbies, come to play....". The Teletubbies pop out of the house. And we see the Teletubbies logo while a kid says "Teletubbies!". Then, it zooms out, with this logo has nice CGI, it pops and fades through the scene. The Teletubbies run down the hill to go play, then past several voice trumpets that say "Time for Teletubbies!" several times. After that, the song introduces the Teletubbies by name (one after another), as they dance on the hills. The Teletubbies then walk around Teletubbyland before popping out to say "Eh-oh!" to the viewers. Back on the hills, Tinky Winky and Dipsy laugh and tummy bump each other, followed by Laa-Laa and Po, who do the same. Then they all run to a hill for a big hug. Then, the Magic Windmill spins, and the Teletubbies say "Uh oh!" before running off to start the show. Finally, a voice trumpet rises and asks "Where have the Teletubbies gone?" before cutting to the Sun Baby who laughs and smiles before cutting to the opening segment.

End Credits

The Voice Trumpet is seen rising up while saying "Time for Tubby Bye-Bye! Time for Tubby Bye-Bye! Time for Tubby Bye-Bye!". ~The Teletubbies sadly groan before the narrator says "Bye-Bye" to the Teletubbies, one by one. The Teletubbies all say "Bye-Bye" (one by one) as they duck behind the hills. They giggle after, and one random Teletubby pops up and says "Boo!" and laughs. The others then do the same, before the narrator says "No", and repeats the process one more time. The sun sets, and the Teletubbies each walk up to the house, and say "Bye-Bye" before jumping into the hole. The Teletubbies say "Bye-Bye" when they pop out of the hole (one by one), before the sun is sets, laughing out loud in short bursts. The show ends with a screen that shows the Ragdoll Productions and BBC logos and the text: "A Ragdoll / BBC Production for PBS in association with The itsy bitsy Entertainment Co. © Ragdoll Productions (UK) Ltd / BBC 1998"