Why don't worms like fresh air? Where does a woodpecker go for contemplation? What do slugs think about organic gardening, and when does a pond become a singles bar for frogs? All is ... See full summary »

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Richard Starzak (as Richard Goleszowski)

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Nick Park (creator)

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The Great British Public The Great British Public ... Various (voice)
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Why don't worms like fresh air? Where does a woodpecker go for contemplation? What do slugs think about organic gardening, and when does a pond become a singles bar for frogs? All is revealed when the garden dwellers discuss life in their urban turf. Written by Anonymous

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6 November 2003 (UK) See more »

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Aardman Animations See more »
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The Woodpecker: I get a bird's eye view of some of the most extraordinary gardens. Sometimes you can be up one tree which has eight gardens underneath it. All the neighbouring gardens are gnashing their teeth about this big tree and the person who owns the tree has a very defensive attitude towards it.
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