Follow the adventures of our valiant convertible car, Brum, as chases the baddies and goes to the rescue.
The storyline in Brum is extremely visual. This means that all of the action, adventures and comedy in the programmes are visually-based, allowing younger children to enjoy the programme too.
In each episode, Brum always comes to the rescue, either saving a falling statue, catching a falling rock or booting out the baddies.
The programmes often have 'naughty' people, but they are theatrical rather than frightening, and instantly identifiable to the child.
The educational value of the show
Brum helps children to:
- Develop a strong sense of right and wrong (eg not be rude, mean or selfish).
- Understand the importance of teamwork.
- Develop their problem-solving skills.
Read about the characters
Brum is a real little car that has comical adventures in the Big Town. He is a hero, powerful and full of energy. Brum fixes things and solves problems and he is brave, invincible and independent. Brum always saves the day. He is one clever car!
Brum is always central to the story. He does not speak, but communicates through his own unique set of movements. Brum has lots of skills, such as looking in all directions, pushing, pulling, digging and jumping. He can even play football and other sports, and he loves chasing - especially baddies!