Welcome to the world of Nara; a land of happiness, laughter and friendship that’s home to the Piplings. There are lots of important lessons to be learnt when the Piplings play a game of Tricky Kicky, and when Yojojo tries to get his mangoes to ripen and his songbird to start singing again! Plus, the Cheebies help the Piplings in their attempts to share equally and Yojojo gets the hiccups! Come and join the fun and togetherness of the Piplings and Cheebies – because everything in Waybuloo is better together!
Waybuloo Piplings feel buloo! Bumper DVD featuring over 200 minutes! Welcome to the world of Nara: a land of happiness, laughter and friendship that’s home to the Piplings. In 10 enchanting episodes, the curious and playful Piplings are inspired by things they see or find in Nara. Among their adventures, De Li encourages a silent frog to laugh, Nok Tok discovers his own echo, Lau Lau attempts to paint a Narabug and Yojojo plays a trick on the other Piplings. Helped by their friends the Cheebies, the Piplings enjoy fun and discovery – and you can too, because everything in Waybuloo is better together! Featuring 10 Enchanting Episodes! 1. Cheep Cheep 2. Echo Cave 3. Frog 4. Whizzcracker 5. Glitter Crystal 6. Missing Seed 7. Flittery Narabug 8. Perfect Picnic 9. Clever Tree 10. Mice
Waybuloo is a pre-school British and Canadian children's television series originally created by Dan Good and Absolutely Cuckoo. 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, filmed by the Foundation in Glasgow and animated and directed by Gallus Entertainment for Decode Entertainment. Post production, including audio, sound design & editing is done by Platform Post Production. in Toronto. Line produced by Matt Porter and the series producer is Simon Spencer, part of the independent company, RDF Media's subsidiary The Foundation. The program makers describe it as "...a philosophy for a happy life, and is like nothing children will have ever seen before". Waybuloo is set in the land of Nara. The main characters are the four Piplings, 3D CGI animated creatures with large heads and eyes, placed on a filmed background, with the second half of each twenty-minute show featuring human children. The Piplings practise yogo, a gentle form of exercise similar to yoga. so that the viewers and their parents can participate. It was the second show by DHX Media to use live-action with the CGI animation. The program makers describe it as "...a philosophy for a happy life, and is like nothing adults will have ever seen before". In 2012 a new shorter version of Waybuloo was released with narration to much criticism. The negative feedback was so strong, CBeebies decided to pull the show in favor of the original version on the very next night.