The star has disappeared from the Christmas tree. Does the little elf know where it is?
Nick and Norman get some help from a vampire bat called Valerie to write a Popcast song for their spooky party.
Nick and the Popcasters create a song about Nigel the Giraffe, who longs to see the view from the top of Primrose Hill.
The caravan is visited by a little owl learning to fly. The owl and Alva, Nick's granddaughter, give Nick the perfect idea for today's song.
After a concert at the music festival, Nick returns to the caravan for a spot of lunch - but what's that funny smell? Is it Norman again?
Nick tells his grandson Remie about Barbara, an old school friend. She used to be big and bad, but only because someone was being big and bad to her.
After doing some exercise to start the day, Nick and Norman spot a moth and a sloth and realise that sometimes it's fun to take things nice and slow.
With help from some kittens, Nick and the Popcasters put on a big concert at the old town hall for two very special mums.
It's curry night, and Nick writes a song to help him remember to buy lots of healthy ingredients, but will he remember to buy Norman's dog treats?
Norman is scared of the dark and can't get to sleep. Can Nick and the Popcasters find a song to help him snuggle down?
Nick, Remie and Alva are growing bean plants, but Norman's plant isn’t growing. Nick and the Popcasters suggest what Norman needs to do to get his beans back on the scene.
Nick and Norman are stuck up a 100-year-old oak tree. Nick discovers Grandpa’s old guitar and remembers playing it many years ago with his mum under the same old oak tree.
Recycling gives Nick an idea for a Popcast Song about a rusty old robot.
Nick and his grandson Remie create a Popcast song about a spider who lives in a bucket.
Nick creates a Popcast song about a brave penguin called Ruby, who was born with one wing.
Nick is looking at family photographs and creates a Popcast song about being a brother.
There’s a smelly pong in the caravan, and Nick and Norman need to get to the bottom of it!
Nick and Norman are identifying the birds singing in the forest and hear a strange sound. It’s their broken cuckoo clock. Can the birds help them fix it by finding the missing key?
Why did Hugh the hedgehog cross the road? He was looking for wiggly worms, of course!
Nick and his grandson Remie sing a Popcast Song about bears in the wintery woods.