17/12/2012

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Duration: 30 minutes

A look back at some of the magical moments of drama, song and chat from past shows of Our Wee World at Christmas.

Last on

Fri 20 Dec 2013 18:30 BBC Two Northern Ireland only

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  • Our Wee World at Christmas...The Best Bits

    Our Wee World at Christmas...The Best Bits

    Our Wee World at Christmas has been on our screens during the festive period for many years.

    In this Best Bits compilation presented by Eve and Frankie viewers will be treated to the highlights of the costume drama, the coral performances and of course the chatter from young children which forms such an integral part of these shows.

    This Best bits programme on BBC One Northern Ireland includes the story of the three lazy young men who eventually become wise after been thrown out of home by their mother. There is the story of how the baby Jesus got lost in the school play that went wrong. And there is the story of Bold Goose who would not tidy up the stable.

    Our Wee World at Christmas –The Best Bits is a festive treat for all the family to enjoy in the lead up to the big day.

    Bob O'Brien, who has produced Our Wee Wold for the BBC since 2004, has thoroughly enjoyed putting this compilation together.

    Bob said: "When I was going through past shows it reminded me of the immense talent we have among youngsters in our primary schools. For many of them it was the first time they took an an acting role and they all performed wonderfully well."

Credits

Producer
Bob O'Brien
Director
Bob O'Brien
Assistant Producer
Norma O'Brien

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