Grandpa In My Pocket

April 2017
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Season 4, Episode 6 (A Day In Wooly Wonderland)

3.0 4 x
Mr Yomper Stomper wants to take a photo of a Giant Woolly Carpet Caterpillar. Can Grandpa and the children help?
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Season 4, Episode 5 (Squeak! Squeak! Mr Squeak!)

3.0 4 x
When Auntie Jules looks after her friend's little boy there is trouble at bedtime. Grandpa shrinks to save the day.
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Season 4, Episode 4 (An Aussie Afternoon With Bob)

3.0 5 x
Josh and Elsie are invited to Bob's boat for an Aussie afternoon. Grandpa comes along too but is soon getting into scrapes.
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Season 4, Episode 2 (Roly Poly Ravioli)

3.0 9 x
The Circus has come to Sunnysands! Elsie and Grandpa try to help a clown with his roly-polys.
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Season 4, Episode 52 (A Dinosaur Called Damien)

3.0 8 x
The family discover that the Marsh is owned by Mr Mortar, an American with designs on its future. He must be stopped, but how?
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Season 4, Episode 51 (A Passion For Fashion)

3.0 17 x
Jemima is organising a fashion show at Miss Smiley's Cafe. Everything's under control until Mrs Maridadi turns up.
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Season 4, Episode 50 (The Magic Of The Mill On The Marsh)

3.0 0 x
Children's story writer Nattie Scribbler comes to the Mill looking for bright ideas. Great Aunt Loretta tries to help.
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Season 4, Episode 49 (A Day For A Piratey Adventure)

3.0 5 x
Mr Mentor has invented a machine for finding treasure and Horatio Heave Ho can't wait to test it out. Josh and Elsie join his fearsome crew!
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Season 4, Episode 30 (Wanda Whoop's World Of Whooo)

3.0 6 x
Mr Whoops' wacky sister Wanda is looking after the toyshop. Grandpa foresees trouble and flies in to help.
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Season 4, Episode 29 (Mr Yomperstomper's Donkey Day)

3.0 4 x
Mr Yomper Stomper is offering donkey rides to children on Sunnysands Beach. Grandpa wants a ride but he's not allowed.
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