SHAUN THE SHEEP RETURNS WITH 20 BRAND NEW BAA-RILLIANT FARMYARD ADVENTURES
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- Published on Sunday, 24 February 2013 09:00
- Last Updated on 24 February 2013
- Monica Costa
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SHAUN THE SHEEP 3 is back with twenty brand new episodes – proving that life is never dull on Mossybottom Farm. Shaun, The Flock, The long suffering Bitzer, The Pigs and The Farmer return at the end of February on CBBC (Monday- Friday from 25 February 2013 at 3.15pm CBBC)!
Great slapstick comedy is the name of the game for young Shaun and the gang, as they live their life to the full – who’d have thought that rural life could be such fun?
SHAUN THE SHEEP is classic British comedy at its very best for everyone to enjoy. And this series is probably the best of all. Really cleverly made by Aardman, it can’t get any better than this series. My family and I always think that but the guys at Aardman always manage to surprise and impress us. There isn’t a programme or film made by Aardman that we don’t like and it’s all made in Britain!
Shaun and his farm friends cause mayhem in the 20 x 7 minute episodes when they get involved in high jinks with: hand gliders, dinosaurs, ducks, graffiti, crows, window cleaning, bulls, skate boards, old home movies and even a piano (in an iconic Laurel and Hardy moment)! Not to mention the opening episode when The Farmer gets road rage over nothing but spilt milk!
SHAUN THE SHEEP is made by AARDMAN, created by RICHARD “GOLLY” STARZAK and directed by LEE WITON, ANDY SYMANOWKI, CHRIS SADLER, SEAMUS MALONE and SUZY PARR. With a huge team supporting Shaun and his mates – there is even a Sheep Maintenance keeper!
Alongside the baarilliant new series on CBBC, go online to play on 5 fantastic new CHAMPIONSHEEPS games on the CBBC website. It’s proved phenomenally popular and SHAUN THE SHEEP fans already know that there is nothing silly about sheep and following them!
Monica Costa founded London Mums in September 2006 after her son Diego’s birth together with a group of mothers who felt the need of meeting up regularly to share the challenges and joys of motherhood in metropolitan and multicultural London. London Mums is the FREE and independent peer support group for mums and mumpreneurs based in London https://londonmumsmagazine.com and you can connect on Twitter @londonmums