Pocoyo (2005– )

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Pocoyo, the curious toddler dressed all in blue, joins Pato the yellow duck, Elly the pink elephant, Loula the dog, Sleepy Bird and many others in learning new things and having fun.

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Pocoyo is a curious toddler dressed all in blue, from his blue cap to his blue jumpsuit. He's full of fun and perhaps a touch of good-natured mischief. His friends include Pato, the yellow duck; Elly, the pink elephant with a blue backpack; Loula, his faithful dog; Sleepy Bird, the droopy-eyed blue-green bird always asleep in her nest; and many others. The Narrator greets little Pocoyo every day and gently suggests an answer to anything that puzzles him. But just as often, the Narrator himself learns something valuable. Pocoyo's computer-animated world is full of simple shapes, bright colors and cheerful music. Written by J. Spurlin

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SOOOO Cute!!!!!
26 February 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Here are the comedy adventures of a mischievous but well meaning little boy, Pocoyo, and his friends Ellie, a pink elephant (who is very kind hearted and unselfish), and a mad duck, Pato, with obsessive compulsive tendencies, my favourite character. Other characters include Sleepy Bird, a puppy and a whale.

Although this show is meant for pre-schoolers, it is rapidly becoming a favourite show for my daughter and I. The characters are incredibly cute and the stories emphasise the importance of kindness and consideration, as well as being entertaining. The narration provided by Stephen Fry is masterfully warm and appealing, without feeling patronising as so many shows for younger children tend to be.

There are points in the show where Mr Fry addresses the viewer with a question, and an unseen group of children reply, filling in that awkward silence that can occur. Mr Fry's perfect diction is a big plus as well, particularly when considering the importance of this to a pre-school audience.

For far too long, Children's programming has suffered dreadfully from politically correct and patronising attitudes of programme makers who want to appeal to children, but do not actually understand what they need... Simplicity, clarity,and good stories. Too much Children's TV is over busy, over coloured, sloppily presented by people who can barely speak themselves, and appearing to be aimed at immature students rather than children in terms of content.

Pocoyo is an unexpected gem amidst the sea of dross.. slightly reminiscent of the original "Magic Roundabout" in feel. This show is appealing to all ages


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