July 2014: Kids TV highlights
Don't miss a kiddies movie or new series this winter! Now get the popcorn and snuggle up...
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Channel 310: JimJam

JimJam is the ideal companion to parenting, providing a stimulating, fun and safe environment for young children. Its high-quality programming stars some of the world’s best-loved pre-school TV characters, including Thomas & Friends™; Bob the Builder™; Pingu™; Barney™; Angelina Ballerina™ and Fireman Sam™. Other popular shows on JimJam include Baby Antonio’s Circus, Fluffy Gardens and Eric Carle: The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Other Stories. For more information please visit: www.jimjam.tv.

Woody Buddies (new series): Every day at 8.00, 9.20 and 12.40

Deep in the forest an old Mumu Tribe is hidden, where ancient and mysterious insect elves live. The chief of the tribe is a knowledgeable and omniscient old mantis. He and the happy, singing Aunt Cicada are leading a group of naughty baby insects in the forest where they all live a happy and fulfilling life. The Mumu Tribe is paradise for insect elves. The baby insects enjoy sunshine, games, friendship, happiness and surprises every day, the world in Mumu is pure and simple. Here, the pursuit of happiness and joyfulness turns out to be very easy. Here our hearts are touched by something every day. 

The Jungle King (movie): Saturday 5 July at 10.00 and 17.00

A reluctant lion king has his paws full trying to save his jungle kingdom in this marvellously animated, song-filled classic for the entire family! Maximillion the Lion is a selfish ruler of a fabulous jungle empire – until a power-hungry hyena has him kidnapped. Maximillion’s humble twin brother Irwin steps in to save the day!

Beauty and the Beast (movie): Sunday 6 and Saturday 12 July at 10.00 and 17.00

Magical adventure, romantic enchantment and musical fairy tale fun abound in this wondrously animated, irresistible new adaption of this timeless classic. (Not the Disney movie!)

Camelot (movie): Sunday 13 and Saturday 19 July at 10:00 and 17:00

Venture back through the mists of time to the glorious ice age of the fabled King Arthur, the sorcerer Merlin and the valiant Knights of the Round Table, as you enter into the magical and timeless realm of Camelot! From his youth as the adopted son of the great wizard Merlin and the sorceress woman of the Isle of Avalon, Arthur grows up to be the mighty king who unites all of Britain.

Gulliver’s Travels (movie): Sunday 20 and Saturday 26 July at 10:00 and 17:00

It’s an animated adventure on a gigantic scale as this whimsical new version of Gulliver’s Travels spins a musical, laughter-filled story of some very tiny people who learn some very big lessons about life, love and spaghetti! Shipwrecked on an uncharted island, young Gulliver awakens to find himself prisoner of the thumb-sized citizens of the kingdom of Lilliput. Gulliver earns their trust and prevents an all-out war with the neighbouring island of LaFuscoe by teaching them to appreciate each other’s differences.

Hercules (movie): Sunday 27 July at 10:00 and 17:00

Journey back in time to an age of ancient mysteries, super-human deeds and breath-taking, mythical adventures in this thrillingly animated story of the most powerful hero to walk the earth!

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