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Show Me Show Me's Chris and Pui answer your questions!

Chris and Pui Chris and Pui | 11:04 UK time, Monday, 14 March 2011

Chris and Pui



 People often ask us "Just what was the thinking behind Show Me Show Me", or "Why is Show Me Show Me so popular amongst the audience?"

So, we'll be answering YOUR questions direct from the set of Show Me Show Me. To find out just how/why we came up with Teddington, Stuffy and co, or why we've worked together so well for so long, get in touch!

Get the all important questions in by Friday 18th March and we'll do our best to answer as many as possible. Don't forget to look out for our Question & Answer video here on CBeebies Grown-ups.

All you need to do is post your question as a comment on this blog (you'll need to register or sign in first).

What are you waiting for? Get asking!

Looking forward to hearing from you..



Chris & Pui




  • Comment number 1.

    Hi Chris and Pui

    I have 2 children aged almost 3 and just turned 1. We've been watching Show Me Show Me from the start, although I have to say I liked the 2nd series more but that was mainly because Uki was the animation featured. As soon as Uki came on you could hear a pin drop in our house, the kids were glued to the tv, as was I.

    Anyway, it looks like you're both having a really good time making the programme and on numerous occasions you've both looked like you're struggling to keep the giggles at bay. Do you find yourselves having to do many re-takes?

    Some more questions/comments:

    What was your inspiration for the programme? In some ways it reminds me of Play School (which was on tv when I was a child).

    On the animations featured (not Uki or Penelope) during the first series there was no child's voice saying random words, but in the second series there was. I didn't like this at first as I was enjoying just watching the animation and listening to the music but my eldest on watching them during the 2nd series (he has a slight speech delay) was picking up the words and starting to say them. So although it annoyed me, it made me smile to hear my son saying them.

    How do you pick the topics covered in the programmes?

    The songs relating to each toy kind of give them a character. How did you decide on what songs would be related to each toy?

    I think that's it.


    PS. When's series 3 coming to the screens?

  • Comment number 2.

    Just to say my 2 year old boy loves this programme and loves it when Pui dresses up a Twinkle Twinkle Little Star he loves her voice!

  • Comment number 3.

    hi ya,

    When is this show coming back on.. my son misses it.


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