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Big Babies is an excellent children's programme using CGI, green screen and live film technology, a clever script takes us on the adventures if the big babies (mainly Rocco and Brooke) the babies with adult heads. From The terrors of the dinosaur train to a trip to the the market with their daredevil soft toy Budge watching their every move. A great series which kept my children (and me!) entertained.Written by
The song the babies sing is "Well here we are, and off we go, down the hill and up the road, where we're going we just don't know, where are we off to today? We're turning left. Turning right. I'm feeling sick, I feel alright. Where we off to today?" Some episodes featured alternate versions, but this is the case for most episodes. See more »
What on earth is this programme doing on cbbc channel (children's bbc to the uninitiated)? It is so not a kiddies programme. The execution of this brilliant idea is excellent and it is actually funny. I came across it by accident a couple of days ago and could not quite believe my eyes. Real babies with adults heads superimposed interact with one another. It is well written and acted and it amuses me and my wife no end. I don't know whether it will really appeal to children at all. It is good to see someone do something in an original way and in a convincing way. It was a little disconcerting seeing a baby with a beard at first (so surreal) but one quickly gets over that hurdle. Good on the bbc for taking it on but not so good of them to bury it away in the schedules at 15.30 in the afternoon when hardly anyone will bother to watch it because it is a "kids programme". Wrong!! By the way if one uses upper case for bbc IMDb accuse you of shouting. Tossers!
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