Bing and Flop are making ginger bunny biscuits for Charlie and Coco. Nobody hears the chickie timer ring to tell them that the biscuits are cooked.Source: CBeebies
Children's animation. Bing and Sula discover a new toy at Amma's creche - a talking ride-on car. It seems like fun until talkie taxi keeps saying the same thing.
Children's animation. Coco shows Bing how to do really good big boos, and together they make Flop jump. Bing then finds out the power of boo has to be scaled down for babies.
Children's animation. Bing inadvertently pees on his blankie. Fortunately his Hoppity Voosh toy has a cape just as soft and huggy, and it even smells just right too.
Children's animation. Bing and Sula are disappointed that there is no water in the paddling pool, until Bing realises that there are new games they can play.
Children's animation. Bing and Pando learn to blow bubbles. Bing struggles to get the hang of it and when he finally blows a big bubble is outraged - because Pando pops it.
Children's animation. Bing and Sula are in the park playing at being giants and splashing in puddles with their big boots.
Children's animation. Bing tries Coco's hula hoop and finds out that it's harder than it looks, but they all find lots of other hoopy games on the way.
Children's animation. Bing has a great time choosing the perfect present for Sula. But when it's time to hand it over he decides he wants to keep it for himself.
Animation. Bing wants Flop to read him his favourite book as he has his bath, but Bing joins in with the story too enthusiastically.
Animation. Sula and Bing tag their favourite things around the house with heart-shaped stickies. When Sula tags Hoppity Voosh, Bing is not sure he wants to share him.
45. Ice Lolly
Children's animation series. Bing and Sula go to the park to feed the ducks. Sula is very good at standing quietly and giving the ducks just the right amount of food.
71. Not Yours
Children's animation. At bathtime Bing just can't help adding a few more squirts of bubble goo until he gets more bubbles than he can handle.