She is mild-mannered, but sometimes shy, and can get whiny and stroppy for the smallest reasons. She loves ballet, dressing up, and playing with dolls.
Our Word of the Year choice serves as a symbol of each year’s most meaningful events and lookup trends.It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the language and ideas that represented each year."Surprise Time" is a special time determined when all five lights glow.A button at the centre of the clock (Purple) is pressed to select the activity that will be undertaken next.Animation for the show was produced by A Productions, an animation studio based in Bristol, England, with Ealing Animation providing some animation in a few early episodes.
Computer animation for the series was provided by Clockwork Digital, with Ben Mars animating Mungo, the computer creature who appears in some later episodes.
The Tweenies were played by only one set of actors, while the voices were provided by other actors.
Unless otherwise indicated, all the following actors and voice talent were in the show from 1999 until its last episode, What Makes Summer? Bella (operated by Tamsin Heatley 1999-2000; Esther Collins 2000–02, voiced by Sally Preisig 1999-2000; Emma Weaver 2000-2002) is a five-year-old blue-skinned girl with blonde hair, usually accompanied with a red hair ribbon.
So, take a stroll down memory lane to remember all of our past Word of the Year selections.
The idea for the programme came from Iain Lauchlan and Will Brenton, a pair with a track record of being involved in BBC children's programming.
In 2000, Tweenies won two awards: Best Pre School Educational Program and Best Live Action Pre School Programme.