Pablo wants to know what is happening to the characters on his favourite TV program after the TV is turned off. Luckily Noa has an idea about how they can find out!Source: CBeebies
Series 1: 51. How Are You?
When the Fiona asks Pablo how he is, Pablo doesn't know the answer. He explores the question with his friends in the Art World and they all try to figure out what it means.
Series 1: 50. Captain Pinecone
Pablo has two pinecones for tapping, which turn out to be explorers! They lead the Book Animals on a journey to discover sounds and textures and Llama makes an aural map.
Series 1: 49. Journey To The Centre Of The Telly
Pablo wants to know what is happening to the characters on his favourite TV program after the TV is turned off. Luckily Noa has an idea about how they can find out!
Series 1: 48. Zip It
Pablo is fascinated with the way the zipper on his coat closes up and opens again. With his friends in the Art World Pablo explores the magic of opening and closing things.
Series 1: 47. Missing Music
Pablo hears a song on the radio and wants to hear it again, but he can't make it come out anymore. The Book Animals try to help him find a way to get it back again.
Series 1: 46. Book Spider
Pablo loves the Book Animals, but when he gets a new book with a spider in it, Pablo thinks the spider looks scary. But it turns out the spider is a bit frightened as well.
Series 1: 45. The Lift
Pablo is worried about the lift at the department store, but with the help of his friends in the Art World he learns what the buttons are for and how to get safely out again.
Series 1: 44. Face Feelings
Pablo is surprised to learn that his face is saying things to people he doesn't know about. He has no idea what his face is doing, until the Book Animals help him find out.
Series 1: 43. Scab Billy
Pablo discovers a scab on his knee and is upset. He's never seen one before and doesn't know why it's stuck to him. But he soon learns that Scab Billy is there fo ...
Series 1: 42. Feeling Floaty
Pablo thinks he'll float away if he puts down his pine cones. Draff disagrees, but when Pablo puts them down, he floats up into the sky and his friends have to rescue him.
Series 1: 41. The Smell Gobbler
When Mum leaves a can of air freshener on the counter, it's up to Pablo and his friends to stop the Smell Gobbler eating all the smells in the house, including the nice ones!
Series 1: 12. The Sparkles
Pablo is splashing in a puddle, making little spots of light dance about on the surface. Everyone loves these sparkles and it soon becomes a game of trying to catch them.
Series 1: 40. Flapping Away
Pablo likes flapping. Wren says flying is even better and draws wings on Pablo, but he flaps so much that he flies away and the Book Animals have to track him down.
Series 1: 11. Talked Out
Pablo doesn't want to talk, but Draff finds it difficult not to. Slowly together Pablo and his friends find ways of playing without words, through movement and their senses.
Series 1: 32. Surprise
When Pablo gets a birthday present after his birthday, he finds it very confusing. He doesn't want to open it, because he doesn't know what's inside and doesn ...
Series 1: 52. Water Boy
Pablo loves watching the rain. Some of his in the Art World friends don't. Draff and Mouse hate getting wet, but Pablo loves the rain so much that he actually turns into it!
Series 1: 13. The Aroma
There is an unusual smell in the house that Pablo finds very distracting. In the Art World this aroma becomes a swirling character that makes it hard to think or speak at all.
Series 1: 34. When Foods Collide
Pablo goes to a cafe with his Mum and gets an egg and spaghetti hoops, but his food is upset. The spaghetti hoops keep touching the egg cat, and it doesn't like that at all!
Series 1: 30. Pick Us, Pablo
Pablo can't decide which shoes to wear because he thinks the shoes he doesn't choose will feel sad. His friends try to find a solution, such as wearing shoes on his ha ...
Series 1: 25. Paint The Music
Pablo sees colours coming from the radio! He uses his crayons like a conductor and draws colourful music, but Draff insists that music is for your ears, not your eyes.