Hey Duggee is a British animated educational television series aimed at 2 to 5 year olds. The programme is based around The Squirrel Club, an activity club for children. The children take part in all kinds of activities, have adventures and earn badges for their accomplishments. Hey Woof! Hey Duggee PDF has aired for two series, commencing and concluding in January 2015.
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BBC and Studio AKA produced a second series in early 2016, with the first episode airing in the United Kingdom on 26 September 2016. The programme is animated using the computer program Flash, with a minimalist style using filled shapes with no outlines, and only effects that Flash is capable of. The frog character is represented as a plain green triangle, and only the Duggee character uses any gradients. The production team consists of around 16 in-house animators, with six to eight scriptwriters. In each episode, a situation will present itself that can be solved by learning a new skill.
When the skill has been learned, and the situation resolved, the Squirrels receive one of Duggee’s badges. Each episode ends with a “Duggee Hug”, where all the children hug Duggee at once. They then return to their parents with the badge they have earned. The voice of the narrator is provided by English entertainer Alexander Armstrong. The narrator frequently talks to Duggee and the children. A brown dog who is the protagonist of the series.
He is the leader of The Squirrel Club. Unlike the children, he does not speak and only communicates via the onomatopoeia “Woof”. In spite of this, everybody understands him perfectly. A tall, happy crocodile who enjoys splashing in the water and wears light teal eyeglasses. Happy is adopted, and his adoptive parents are elephants. An enthusiastic, loud and hyperactive hippo.
A sweet-natured rhino with thick skin. A chatty, giggly and fast moving mouse. They live in the field near the clubhouse. They all speak in similar voices and sound like 60’s hippies.
A Scottish Scottish Terrier wearing a kilt. An army of ants in uniform. A large ant is a parody of Sylvester Stallone. A mouse who is a perfectionist and whom Roly describes as grumpy. He is in an same-sex relationship with a mute crab named Nigel. First seen in “The Snowman Badge,” they make fun of Duggee’s snowman.
Duggee’s little nephew who loves to cause chaos in the clubhouse. An angry bull who often chases Duggee and the squirrels. Lucy Montgomery as Chew Chew the Panda- A confectionery-loving panda. The other group of young animals in Jamboree, with their very own version of Duggee. She is the leader of The Hummingbird Club.
Unlike Duggee, she does speak English. The series made British television debut when the episode “The Tinsel Badge” was aired in advance on 17 December 2014 as a Christmas special on CBeebies. Its regular run began on 12 January 2015, when the first episode, “The Drawing Badge”, was shown. Internationally, the series is distributed by BBC Worldwide, a commercial arm of the BBC which also operates the versions of CBeebies channel in select areas outside the UK. In Italy, The series premiered on 6 June 2016 on Cartoonito. In the United States, The series premiered on 11 July 2016 on Nick Jr. In Latvia, LTV1 premiered the series on 2 September 2017 with a second season.
On 15 October through 4 November, 12 episodes were announced including a Halloween special in the UK and most countries. In the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland, BBC Worldwide so far released two volumes of DVDs, each containing ten episodes. The Stick Song premiered in the Season 2 episode, ‘Hey Duggee: The Stick Badge,’ which was first broadcast in the UK on 7 December 2017. Duggee and the Squirrels are making a campfire when Roly discovers one of his sticks can talk. The chant is set to dance music and the stick sings and dances to the beat. To date, the Stick Song has been viewed more than 3.