Chatting to Joe Sugg and Casper Lee about Wonder Park

Apr 03 2019

Wonder Park is a splendiferous new animation that tackles the issue of explaining emotional intelligence to young children: how to express feelings and transform negative emotions into something positive! For this alone it is very educational. London Mums have been lucky enough to meet some of the stars involved in making this film. While I was cruising the North Sea, my lovely friend and London Mums’ contributor Rosalba Costantini met Caspar Lee & Joe Sugg  about their voice-overs as beavers in Wonder Park. I am a bit jealous, actually. Check her interview on our YouTube channel. I love her Italian accent! And when she keeps the cheeky beaver duo focused with her finger ‘one answer each!’ Ha Ha. Enjoy! I could watch it on repeat all day long! Well done, Rosalba, you rock! Spoiler alert!

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Film review: Missing Link starring Hugh Jackman

Apr 03 2019

Sometimes the best animations go under the radar but are fantastic. Overshadowed by a lot of kids’ movies  out there at the moment, comes globe-trotting comedy-adventure Missing Link featuring stunning craftwork from the award-winning animation LAIKA Studios and vocal recordings by Hugh Jackman, Zach Galifianakis and Zoe Saldana to name a few. Read why London Mums and the kids’ club loved it. Don’t miss it when it comes out in cinemas on 5th April 2019. 

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Sex on TV before kids’ bedtime? Parents can now avoid awkward sex scenes with new ‘skip the sex’ button on BBC iPlayer

Apr 01 2019

I am sure I am not alone having experienced awkwardness when suddenly there was sex on TV before kids’ bedtime and having to cover my son’s eyes with my hand to avoid the conversation ‘What is that?’ at a too young age. Well, he’s now almost 13 and has had the talk from myself and the school teachers a couple of times. So he’s in the know but I still exercise some parental guidance when there’s sex on TV just to make sure he understands it without discomfort. Now, BBC iPlayer has introduced a special  ‘skip the sex’ button to spare parents (and who knows, maybe also their prude selves) that awkwardness. That will enable all viewers to avoid having to sit through sex scenes in uncomfortable situations by letting them skip straight through them. 

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