We are loving all the new DVD’s at the moment, Zander is now 8 months old and he likes to watch new things and when the Milkshake! Fabulous Friends! DVD arrives with children’s shows he had not watched before. It wasn’t long before I put it on for him.
“MILKSHAKE! FABULOUS FRIENDS”
NEW DVD COLLECTION ON SALE NOW
Fabulous times lie ahead for fans of Channel 5’s Milkshake with the release of a new DVD collection by Abbey Home Media available now.
This unique compilation of the very best children’s shows from the long-running Channel 5 children’s broadcaster Milkshake features two hours of entertainment from some of their biggest stars, such as Peppa Pig, Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom, Lily’s Driftwood Bay, and Bob the Builder.
Two fabulous hours of fun and friendship are sure to delight young fans everywhere!
Featuring in this new collection are:-
Peppa Pig – In ‘The New Car’, Peppa’s family car breaks down. While it is being mended, they borrow a shiny new one from Grandad Dog’s garage.
Thomas & Friends – In ‘The Thomas Way’, Harold the Helicopter breaks down, so Thomas and Duck take him to Sodor Search and Rescue for repair. Thomas wants to show them the sights but Duck isn’t keen. They need to learn to work together.
Pip Ahoy! – In ‘ Alan Loses His Bounce’, Alan starts the day full of music and bounce, until Norman the Snail tells him that bouncing is silly. Pip and Alba organise a surprise to cheer him up and get his bounce back.
Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom – In ‘Books’, Queen Thistle reads the children a story which inspires a question. They can’t find the answer in the magic books in the castle, so go to the Wise Old Elf in the Great Elf Library.
Fireman Sam – In ‘Jupiter on the Loose’, the Pontypandy Pioneers visit the fire station, and Norman ends up accidentally driving Jupiter through Pontypandy. Sam races to the rescue!
Lily’s Driftwood Bay – In ‘Stop That Pudding’, Lily puts her newly discovered set of measuring spoons to good use when Nonna takes a tumble and needs a rest, leaving Salty to step in and cook an important pudding.
Bananas In Pyjamas – In ‘Power Cut’, Morgan accidentally causes mayhem in Cuddlestown when he plugs in too many lights and speakers in preparation for Camembert’s birthday party.
Little Princess – In ‘I Want My Treehouse’ Little Princess builds a treehouse, then discovers Algie and Maid are also building one in the tree next door! Soon they are in competition to see who can build the best one.
Bob the Builder – In ‘Lofty Lets Loose’, Bob and his team are building a new giraffe enclosure at the zoo, but Lofty’s excitement about meeting his favourite animal gets the better of him.
Wanda and the Alien – In ‘Starfish’, Wanda and friends help a hermit crab to find his starfish friend who was swept out to sea, aided by a giant whale and some important fish.
Toot the Tiny Tugboat – In ‘Toot’s Funny Side’, Toot arranges a funny No Talent Show to help Paula the Trawler overcome her embarrassment when she makes a mistake.
Toby’s Travelling Circus – In ‘Ribbons and Strings’, Toby is inspired to create a ribbon-and-strings act in the show after witnessing the havoc caused by Momo and Freddo earlier with a yo-yo.
Wissper – In ‘The Slow Slow Loris’ Sonia the slow loris asks Wissper to help her speed up as the chattering monkeys keep taking all the best fruit first. Wissper decides to enlist the help of Monty the meercat.
Paw Patrol – In ‘Pup Pup Boogie’, Ryder, Chase and Rubble use their dance moves to help repair the tracks before the next train arrives.
In all honesty I knew a few of these, Peppa Pig, Thomas & Friends, Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom, Fireman Sam, Bananas In Pyjamas, Little Princess, Bob the Builder (although that has changed a lot since the last time I watched it) and Paw Patrol but the others were completely new to me.
I put it on during chill out hour just before Zander’s bedtime after a hard day of learning new things it is the perfect thing to do to wind down. He watched a few of them in the hour and seemed to really enjoy them. There is one episode per character so he has lots of different things to watch. Even myself and my 10 year old daughter were happy to sit and watch the DVD.
The DVD runs for 2 hours and 20 minutes so he has about 1 hour per evening sometimes less depending on how tired he is. I think his favourite is Paw Patrol at the moment but you know what children are like, next week he will probably be screaming when that one comes on haha.
It is a great DVD with lots of shows that babies and toddlers will love.
It is priced at around £7.99 (Amazon UK) and can be purchased now.
I am giving away 1 x Milshake! Fabulous Friends! DVD to a lucky reader.
Open to UK residents only
Ends 11:59pm Friday 27th January 2017
Disclaimer: We received this DVD in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are our own and not influenced in any way.