Back up to: Charlie is Lola
26/26 Lola's got a fabulous new alligator costume and she's not ever going to take it off.
25/26 Sharing proves a bit of a challenge for Charlie and Lola.
24/26 Lola does everything she can to make herself taller.
23/26 Lola simply doesn't have time to play today, she's far too busy, even for Charlie's game.
22/26 Lola learns that it takes a lot of time and hard work to learn how to play an instrument.
21/26 Lola is packing to go to Anna's for the night.
20/26 It's hard to give your best friend the best present ever when you really like it yourself.
19/26 Lola loves snow... until it melts.
18/26 Lola isn't keen on spiders.
17/26 Lola is determined to stay clean for her first school photo, but it's after painting class
16/26 Lola is horrified because she has her first wobbly tooth ever and doesn't want to lose it.
15/26 Lola is worried about going away to stay with her grandparents at the seaside.
14/26 Lola has to keep Charlie's birthday surprise a big secret.
13/26 Charlie wins a school prize for his rocket. He explains to Lola it isn't a toy.
12/26 Lola, Anna, Mata and Charlie are looking forward to a perfect picnic.
11/26 Lola wants more than anything to make Charlie jump, but nothing seems to work.
10/26 Charlie has to come up with a cunning ruse to get his little sister to hurry up. In Gaelic
9/26 Lola is in bed with a nasty cold and Charlie tries to make her feel better.
8/26 Lola refuses to have her hair cut and Charlie suspects she's scared of scissors.
7/26 Lola learns that it's fine not to win all the time.
6/26 Lola and her friend Anna know everything there is to know about dogs, until they lose one.
5/26 It's the school play and Lola wants to be the sun, because yellow is her favourite colour.
4/26 Lola is upset when she cannot find her favourite book in the library.
3/26 Charlie wonders if Lola will ever be sleepy enough to go to bed.
2/26 Lola wants to do everything that's anything all on her own.
2/26 Gaelic children's programme. Seonaidh and Lola play 'eye spy', but who do they see?
1/26 Lola is a fussy eater and says she will never ever eat a tomato.
Lola pretends she is not afraid of thunder.
Lola is becoming frustrated with the reading, writing and maths she is learning at school.
Lola is becoming frustrated with what she is learning at school. She's ready to give up.