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Grandad Tumble is such a fun and endearing character to play. He tries to pass down his wisdom and knowledge to Mr Tumble, but it never seems to go to plan. The DJ scene was great fun and filming it is his shed was a clever idea. He is a very engaging and warm character that you can place in almost any situation. Since having a kid last year, I’ve been super impressed with the level of what I call “face work” in your performance. The degree of control you have over your face muscles to sell an idea/emotion/joke to kids is amazing. To what extent this is instinctual? Or are you thinking when you’re performing about what best to do with your face in each particular moment? AntzudanSnowmen are great fun to build. We built a Lord Tumble Snowman once. He had a top hat, scarf and a spotty cravat. It has to be the brontosaurus. Wouldn’t it be amazing to be able to see one of those again in the wild? They really are gentle giants! The other characters played by Fletcher are the Tumble Family: Mr Tumble (a clown), Grandad Tumble, Fisherman Tumble and Baby Tumble. Other members of the Tumble family to have made appearances include two Aunts – Polly and Suki (as in the popular nursery rhyme " Polly Put the Kettle On"), Lord Tumble and King Tumble.

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Past Winners and Nominees – Children's – Awards – 2018". BAFTA. 5 August 2014 . Retrieved 4 August 2021. It is presented by Justin Fletcher ("Justin") and features various other characters and clips of children with disabilities. Justin speaks as well as signing, and a spoken narrative is provided over the clips of children. I started performing again last summer, which was quite an emotional experience. One of my first performances was at Camp Bestival, at Lulworth Castle in Dorset. It was my 14th year there and the atmosphere was incredible. To be performing on the main stage after such a long time was awesome. I am currently performing in pantomime at the Hexagon theatre in Reading after a one-year absence and I’m thoroughly enjoying working on a theatre stage again. Past Winners and Nominees – Children's – Awards – 2013". BAFTA. 5 August 2014 . Retrieved 4 August 2021. Mr Tumble is pretending to be a postman, so he uses a bicycle to deliver parcels to Lord Tumble, Aunt Polly and Grandad Tumble.

Mr Tumble paints a rainbow on Grandad Tumble's shed as a surprise. But Mr Tumble is missing some paint. The earlier series of the show were taken out of re-run rotation sometime in the early 2010's; CBeebies only airs the past 2-3 most recent series, currently Series 11-13. When the programme Something Special was being developed about 20 years ago, I was asked to present the first four episodes. The programme uses Makaton, a signing system that was created over 40 years ago. I learned about 300 signs initially. Now, in preparation for each series, I learn a new set of words. It’s wonderful to be able to sign with so many families during the filming of each show. Makaton is an incredibly important communication tool that helps so many people. As well as filming in the studio we travel all over the UK and get to meet so many new friends. The Tumble Family seems to grow each year as well, with new characters providing an opportunity to develop new storylines for the Tumble segments in the show. Mr. Tumble is teaching the class about music but none of his musical instruments are working. (Lindon Bennett School, Hanworth)

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Past Winners and Nominees – Children's – Awards – 2011". BAFTA. 5 August 2014 . Retrieved 4 August 2021. When filming a show like Gigglequiz, as well as thinking about my own physical characterisations, it’s also one of the most technically ambitious shows that I have been involved in. I play five characters on screen at the same time so I have to film each character individually and also remembering how they interact with each other in each take. We have a great technical team who are able to edit all the footage together to give the illusion that we are all performing at the same time in the same set. Mr Tumble has made a stage and is organising a singing competition between Aunt Polly and Grandad Tumble.

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The name of the programme derives from the idea that all children, irrespective of their position on the learning spectrum, are special. The format of the show has evolved considerably since the original series. In 2012, a new series, "Something Special – We're All Friends" started, introducing some minor changes to the "Out and About" format. This format change has also included a change in location, and introduced the Tumble Tapp, a personalized iPad showing the "special things" to look for. Do you find it impossible to go anywhere in public without having to “Tumble up” as it were for any kids who spot you or do grateful parents follow you around with heartfelt thanks for entertaining their little ones ? Thanks for all your thoughtful, funny output. mattpointblank Mr Tumble's cousin, Cool Tumble comes to visit and they play musical bumps, build dens and play Hide-and-seek. Something Special is a British children's television programme presented by Justin Fletcher. It was created and co-directed by Allan Johnston. It is broadcast by the BBC, debuting on 1 September 2003. It is designed to introduce children to Makaton signing, and is specifically aimed at children with delayed learning and communication difficulties. It is aired on the CBeebies channel and is currently the longest running CBeebies programme and the longest running preschool series in Britain. In the past, it was also broadcast as part of the CBeebies programme strand on BBC One and BBC Two. Your comic timing with Robert the Robot [on CBeebies show Justin’s House] always reminds me of Laurel and Hardy – who inspires your characters? lime7Mr Tumble wants to play in the snow but it's not snowing outside. Maybe Lord Tumble can help with a bit of magic.

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