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Tinga Tinga Tales

Series 1

Episode 23: Why Lion Roars

First broadcast: on CBeebiesLatest broadcast: on CBeebies HD

Stories telling how different animals got their distinctive characteristics. Following Flea's advice, Lion goes to the great cave of Tinga Tinga to get his roar back. Show more

Tinga Tinga Tales

Series 1

Episode 14: Why Giraffe Has a Long Neck

First broadcast: on CBeebiesLatest broadcast: on CBeebies HD

Stories telling a young audience how animals got their distinctive parts. Giraffe had a short neck until her head became stuck in a honey tree. Show more

Tinga Tinga Tales

Series 1

Episode 26: Why Woodpecker Pecks

First broadcast: on BBC Two ScotlandLatest broadcast: on CBeebies HD

Stories about how different animals became distinctive. There was a time when Woodpecker didn't peck. All the birds made a sound, but not Woodpecker. Show more

Tinga Tinga Tales

Series 1

Episode 19: Why Hare Hops

First broadcast: on CBeebiesLatest broadcast: on CBeebies HD

Stories telling how animals got their unique qualities. Hare was one of the speediest animals in Tinga Tinga and no-one would race him, until Tortoise arrived. Show more

Tinga Tinga Tales

Series 2

Episode 12: Why Peacock Struts

First broadcast: on CBeebiesLatest broadcast: on CBeebies HD

Stories about how different animals became distinctive. Peacock wants to have the biggest and the best tail in Tinga Tinga. Show more

Tinga Tinga Tales

Series 1

Episode 25: Why Flamingo Stands on One Leg

First broadcast: on CBeebiesLatest broadcast: on CBeebies HD

Stories telling a young audience how animals got their distinctive parts. Flamingo stands on one leg so she does not take up space at the waterhole. Show more

Tinga Tinga Tales

Series 2

Episode 15: Why Parrot Can't Keep a Secret

First broadcast: on CBeebiesLatest broadcast: on CBeebies HD

Stories about how different animals became distinctive. Parrot cannot open his beak, until one day when he sees a beast steal Lion's mane. Show more