Fingermouse is a British children's television programme created by Michael Cole for the BBC in 1985. It is a spin-off of the earlier series Fingerbobs. The first episode was broadcast on 4 November 1985 on BBC1. The eponymous star was a paper finger puppet in the form of a mouse, who would play various musical instruments with the help of Iain Lauchlan, called the Music Man. Fingermouse also went adventuring outside, interacting with other paper puppets made by artist Joanne Cole.

Each episode lasted fifteen minutes, and one series of 13 episodes was made.

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 15 minutes

Premier: 1985-09-25

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Tweenies is a British live action children's sitcom created by Will Brenton and Iain Lauchlan. The programme is centred on four infant characters, known as the “Tweenies”, playing, singing and dancing in a fictional nursery in England. They are cared by two adult Tweenies and two dogs. Unlike the Teletubbies, the Tweenies are well developed and are able to communicate effectively. 390 episodes were broadcast between 6 September 1999 and 24 July 2002. In 2000, the show won a BAFTA award for Best Pre-school Live Action series, and singles featuring exclusive songs spent some weeks in the charts during the early 2000s. The series premiered on the BBC's children's block, and was repeated on CBeebies from the channel's launch in 2002 until 2016. It was also shown on Noggin in the United States and in other countries worldwide.

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Judy (operated by Simon Grover/Sinead Rushe (outside); voiced by Sinead Rushe, Caroly Larson in the US) is a green-skinned woman who is the other of the playgroup managers. She loves gardening, reading and being creative. She speaks with a Northern Irish accent.

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