The Adventures of Abney & Teal

Join Abney and Teal on their island adventures with their friends.

Abney and Teal

Abney and Teal live on an island in the middle of a lake, in the middle of a park, in the middle of the hustle and bustle of the big city.  Their lives are full of discovery and exploration and they share their island home with a group of friendly and hilarious characters, and together they are always ready for adventure. 

The Adventures of Abney & Teal combines a unique hand-drawn style with contemporary animation techniques. The programmes are about adventure, with storytelling that is warm, exciting, silly, and timeless. 

Abney, Teal, Neep, Bop, and the Poc-Pocs are all characters guaranteed to make you smile and their world is a place where everyone will want to be.

The Adventures of Abney & Teal helps children to 

  • Develop imagination through humour, adventurous play and storytelling
  • Explore and discover new ways of looking at a familiar environment
  • Understand relationships and social development through friendship and play
  • Understand the role of simple mathematics within a narrative
  • Become involved with problem solving through storytelling

Read about the characters

Abney

Abney loves being at home in his hut, surrounded by his favourite things and he is always ready for adventure!

Teal

Teal is fearless and imaginative. She lives in the tree high above Abney’s hut with only her bed and umbrella. If there's a chance for adventure she'll be down in a flash!

Neep

Neep is a mysterious fellow with a shrewd sense of humour. He is always up for fun, and can pop up anywhere!

The Poc-Pocs

The Poc-Pocs like to be together. Their poc-ing sound shows they're never far away as they share in the adventures with Abney and Teal.

Bop

Bop likes a cup of tea and likes to blow bubbles. He lives in the water. Everyone knows they can rely on Bop to help them out of a jam.

Toby-Dog

Toby-Dog does not live on the island, but he is always in the park providing toe-tapping music from across the water.

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