Charlie and Lola (TV series)
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|Charlie and Lola|
|Created by||Lauren Child|
|Developed by||Lauren Child
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of series||3|
|No. of episodes||80|
|Running time||11 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Tiger Aspect Productions|
Playhouse Disney (USA)
|Original release||7 November 2005– 27 June 2008|
Charlie and Lola is a British animated television series based on the Charlie and Lola books written by Lauren Child. It aired from 2005–2008. The animation uses a collage style that emulates the style of the original books. Three series were commissioned by and initially broadcast on the BBC between 2005 and 2008. The series is produced by Tiger Aspect Productions and have been subsequently broadcast in more than twenty countries. The series has won multiple BAFTA awards.
The television series uses a collage style of animation which captures the style of the original books. 2D cel animation, paper cutout, fabric design, real textures, photomontage, and archive footage are all employed and subsequently animated in a software application called CelAction2D. The cartoons are also notable for their use of children rather than adult voice actors, a technique pioneered by the Peanuts television specials. Both the books and the cartoon also follow a technique of never showing adults.
- Cartoons On The Bay 2006
- Royal Television Society Educational Programme Awards 2006
- Nominated for Best Children's Programme for the episode Welcome To Lolaland
- BAFTA Children's Awards 2007
- Royal Television Society Craft and Design Awards 2006–2007
- Awarded Best Music Original Score (John Greswell and David Schweitzer)
- Annecy Animation Festival 2007
- Awarded Special Award for a TV Series (for the episode I Will Be Especially, Very Careful)
- BAFTA Children's Awards 2008
The series has been aired in the following countries:
- Australia: ABC and CBeebies
- Canada: TVOKids, Knowledge Kids, SCN and Playtime Krumeater
- United Kingdom: CBeebies, BBC Two The commissioning broadcaster
- United States: Playhouse Disney, Disney Junior
The first television series of 26 episodes (11 minutes each) was commissioned by Michael Carrington at the BBC and first broadcast on 7 November 2005. The second series of 26 episodes (again, 11 minutes each) started broadcasting on CBeebies on 2 October 2006 (with the morning broadcast also being shown on BBC Two) a third series followed. In the television series, Charlie is seven and Lola is four, and goes to school (her teacher is called Mrs. Hanson). In episodes of both the first and second series, Charlie celebrates his birthday (in "It's a Secret..." and "This Is Actually My Party"), although this doesn't seem to affect his age in other episodes.
Season 1: 2005–2006
|Episode Number||Title||UK Airdate||US Airdate||AUS Airdate||Description||DVD Volume||Notes|
|1||"I Will Not Ever Never Eat a Tomato"||1 January 2007||Monday 3 October 2005||Charlie has to make lunch for Lola, but she's a very picky eater and refuses to eat carrots, peas, mashed potatoes, fish sticks and her least favourite food - tomatoes (although she has never tried these foods before). So Charlie tricks Lola into eating the foods she "hates" by changing their names:
Carrots to "Orange Twiglets from Outer Space", Peas to "Green Drops from Green Land", Mashed Potatoes to "Cloud Fluff", and Fish Sticks to "Ocean Nibbles from under the sea".
Lola finally learns to love tomatoes when she sees a bowl of them and thinks they're "Moon Squirters."
|One||This episode is adapted from Lauren Child's first Charlie and Lola book. On the back of "Charlie and Lola: One" Lola comments this episode, writing "Yuk".|
|2||"I Can Do Anything That's Everything All on My Own"||1 January 2007||Tuesday 4 October 2005||Lola insists on doing everything on her own, even some things she is not really good at doing. Charlie tries to teach her that there is nothing wrong with occasionally accepting a little help.||Three|
|3||"I Am Not Sleepy and I Will Not Go to Bed"||2 January 2007||Wednesday 5 October 2005||Charlie has to get Lola ready for bed but Lola insists that she is not tired, and is too busy drinking strawberry "pink" milk with tigers, brushing her teeth with a lion, playing with a whale in the bath, and dancing with some disco dogs.||Two||This episode is adapted from Lauren Child's second Charlie and Lola book.|
|4||"But That is My Book"||3 January 2007||Thursday 6 October 2005||Lola's favourite book is 'Beetles, Bugs and Butterflies', which she often borrows from the local library. But when someone else borrows her beloved book, Charlie tries to find another book that will win her interest.||Two|
|5||"There is Only One Sun and That is Me!"||4 January 2007||Friday 7 October 2005||Lola has her heart set on playing the Sun in an upcoming school production, so she tries to get her teacher to fulfill her destiny, but then she is upset when she is cast as a leaf. Charlie tries to convince Lola that leaves are very important.||Three||First appearance of Lola's friend, Lotta.|
|6||"We Do Promise Honestly We Can Look After Your Dog"||5 January 2007||Monday 10 October 2005||Lola loves dogs, but can't have one because her parents insist that she is must be responsible enough to have one. Her and Lotta's favorite dog is Marv's dog Sizzles. At the park, the two girls persuade Marv to leave Sizzles under their care while he and Charlie go play soccer. However, when they finally get their wish, Lola and Lotta accidentally detach Sizzles from his leash (despite Marv telling them never to do so) while fighting over who's in charge, and he goes missing. When the duo finally find the dog, they also see one that looks just like him, and can't tell them apart. They chose the one that sits first (Sizzles's best trick) but aren't satisfied with their pick. Fortunately, Charle reads the dog's nametag, confirming that he is Sizzles.||One|
|7||"I've Won, No I've Won, No I've Won"||6 January 2007||Tuesday 11 October 2005||Lola always wants to win at everything - even if it means cheating. So Charlie challenges her to a race around the park that she cannot possibly cheat at.||Three|
|8||"I Like My Hair Completely the Way it Is"||7 January 2007||Wednesday 12 October 2005||It's time for Charlie and Lola to have a haircut - but Lola doesn't want hers done.||Four|
|9||"I'm Really Ever So Not Well"||8 January 2007||Thursday 13 October 2005||Lola is ill in bed. Charlie has promised Marv that he'll play soccer with him, but Lola begs him to stay and cheer her up.||One||On the back of "Charlie and Lola: One" Lola comments on this episode, writing "Achooo!".|
|10||"I Am Hurrying I'm Almost Nearly Ready"||9 January 2007||Friday 14 October 2005||Charlie is trying to get Lola to hurry up or else they'll be late for school. But Lola finds it so hard to hurry when there is colouring, dancing clouds, playing hopscotch on musical pavements, and laughing with hysterical hedgehogs to distract her. Also starring Colin Fox and Adrian Truss as the laughing hedgehogs on the Canadian dub.||Four||This episode is sometimes listed as simply "I am Hurrying".|
|11||"BOO! Made You Jump!"||10 January 2007||Monday 17 October 2005||Charlie is good at making Lola jump. Lola is desperate to be able to make him jump back, but, as hard as she tries, just can't seem to do it. So the only way to make him jump is to host a sleepover with Lotta and Marv.||Two|
|12||"The Most Wonderfullest Picnic in the Whole Wide World"||11 January 2007||Tuesday 18 October 2005||Charlie and Lola are planning a picnic with Marv and Lotta. But will the event be ruined when the weather turns?||Two|
|13||"It Wasn't Me!"||15 January 2007||Wednesday 19 October 2005||Charlie tells Lola not to play with his home-made model rocket, but Lola just can't resist when she and Soren Lorenson have to use it to transport a sad elephant back home to the jungle. When the rocket breaks, Lola has trouble admitting that she did it. Also starring Brian Drummond as Soren Lorenson on the Canadian dub.||Three|
|14||"It's a Secret..."||16 January 2007||Thursday 20 October 2005||It's Charlie's birthday, and Lola knows what his birthday surprise is. Will she be able to stop herself blurting it out and ruining it?||One||On the back of "Charlie and Lola: One" Lola comments on this episode, writing "Shhhh".|
|15||"I Love Going to Granny and Grandpa's And It's Just That..."||17 January 2007||Friday 21 October 2005||Charlie and Lola are going to visit their grandparents' house by the sea for the weekend. Lola loves going to Granny and Grandad's but she is worried about remembering to pack everything. Then she is worried about missing her parents, and them missing her.||One||This episode is sometimes listed as simply "I Love Going to Granny and Grandpa's".|
|16||"I Do Not Ever, Never Want My Wobbly Tooth to Fall Out"||18 January 2007||Monday 24 October 2005||Lola has a loose tooth, but does not want it to fall out, until she learns about the tooth fairy, who will leave her money in exchange for her tooth. But then the tooth refuses to come out; when it finally does, Lola stores the tooth for the tooth fairy, but soon, she loses the tooth for real. Eventually, she finds it.||Four|
|17||"Say "Cheese""||19 January 2007||Tuesday 25 October 2005||It's picture day at school and Lola must keep clean for a whole school day for her first school picture. But keeping clean for a whole day is really, really hard!||Three|
|18||"I'm Just Not Keen on Spiders"||1 February 2007||Wednesday 26 October 2005||Lola finds a spider in the sink when trying to brush her teeth, and she doesn't like spiders very much. Charlie tries to show her that some spiders don't hurt us and that they're our friends. Soon, Lola has grown attached to the little creepy crawly, now keeping him as a pet and naming him Sidney. After they have put the spider outside, the weather changes, and Lola worries on what might happen to her new little friend.||One||On the back of "Charlie and Lola: One" Lola comments on this episode by drawing a little black spider.|
|19||"Snow is My Favourite and My Best"||2 February 2007||Thursday 27 October 2005||Snow is forecast and Lola can't wait for it to arrive. When it finally comes, Charlie, Lola, Marv, Lotta and Sizzles all have a wonderful time playing in it. But when the snow melts, Lola is quite upset, and Charlie must try and explain that it would lose its appeal if it snowed all the time.||Four|
|20||"You Won't Like This Present as Much as I Do!"||3 February 2007||Friday 28 October 2005||Lola wants to choose the best present in the world for Lotta's birthday. She chooses a doctor's kit, but doesn't think that Lotta will appreciate the kit as much as she would, and would rather like to keep it for herself.||Two|
|21||"I Must Take Completely Everything"||4 February 2007||Monday 31 October 2005||Lola is going to stay at Lotta's for the night, and packs everything she needs for them to play Cinderella. Back home, Charlie and Marv set up their race car track. But Lola forgets her suitcase and Charlie and Marv can't find an important piece of the track, teaching both parties a lesson in improvisation and imagination.||Four||Soren Lorenson does not talk in this episode.|
|22||"I Want to Play Music Too"||5 February 2007||Tuesday 1 November 2005||Charlie and Marv are to appear in a musical assembly about outer space at school. Lola wants to join in and desperately wishes that she could play music too, but can't seem to master any instruments. Charlie comes up with some makeshift instruments that she might be able to manage. But on the day of the presentation, Marv is sick- who will take his place?||Two|
|23||"I'm Far Too Extremely Busy"||6 February 2007||Wednesday 2 November 2005||Lola is busy playing secretary, waitress, dentist and librarian. Way too busy to play with Lotta, or Charlie, or even Soren Lorenson. But Charlie's new card game, Mix-Up Flip-Flop, is awfully tempting...||One|
|24||"I Want to Be Much More Bigger Like You"||9 February 2007||Thursday 3 November 2005||Lola wishes she was taller. Charlie tries to show her that being small can have its benefits by switching places with her.||Four|
|25||"But I Am an Alligator"||1 March 2007||Friday 4 November 2005||Granny and Grandpa have bought Lola an alligator costume. Lola loves it and insists that she will never take it off. But with an upcoming school presentation about things she likes, Charlie is worried that his little sister will make a fool of herself.||Four|
|26||"My Little Town"||3 March 2007||Monday 7 November 2005||Charlie and Lola have fun playing with their new "Build Your Own City" playset that Granny and Grandpa have bought them, but Charlie wants to build airports and play aliens, whereas Lola wants draw and build a zoo. Will they manage to share?||Three|
(Note: The first series is listed here in production order, the order in which it was originally broadcast in the United Kingdom and Australia. The order of episodes, on BBC One, CBeebies and ABC Australia, has been shuffled on repeat runs. The American broadcasts were also in a different order. On Canada, Charlie And Lola translated Chalvin And Lela.
Season 2: 2006–2007
|Episode Number||Title||UK Airdate||US Airdate||AUS Airdate||Description||DVD Volume||Notes|
|27||"It is Absolutely Completely Not Messy"||7 January 2008||Monday 30 April 2007||Charlie and Lola's parents tell them to clean their bedroom. Charlie is willing, but has a very hard time getting Lola to cooperate and when she refuses, Charlie moves out of the room.||Five|
|28||"I Spy with My Little Eyes"||7 January 2008||Friday 27 April 2007||Lola likes spying and observing things and then drawing them. But in doing so, she and Soren Lorenson become convinced that a pack of wolves has moved in next door.||Eight|
|29||"I Am Extremely Magic"||8 January 2008||Tuesday 1 May 2007||Charlie has a new magic kit and dazzles Lola and their friends with his tricks. Lola thinks that if Charlie is a magician, that must mean that she is a magician too; so she tries a few tricks, but becomes frustrated when she can't seem to do any tricks.||Eight|
|30||"This is Actually My Party"||9 January 2008||Wednesday 2 May 2007||It is Charlie's birthday, and he is planning a monster-themed birthday party. But Lola doesn't like the theme and starts changing everything much to Charlie's annoyance by opening his cards and his present for Marv, putting on music for what he doesn't like, letting everyone play party games and blowing out his candles, but she decides to help Charlie's party become better. Also starring Chantal Strand as the girl on the party and Scott McCord as the boy on the party.||Seven|
|31||"How Many More Minutes"||10 January 2008||Thursday 3 May 2007||Charlie and Lola have to make their own amusements when they have to wait for Mum to have her appointment in the dentist's waiting room. Also starring Andrea Baker as Smiley Girl, Stephen Oldring as Smiley Boy, and also starring Adrian Truss, Clancy Brown, Dwayne Hill as the pirates.||Six|
|32||"I Am Collecting a Collection"||11 January 2008||Friday 4 May 2007||Charlie is collecting a set of toy dinosaur figures from cereal boxes, and Lola decides that she'd like to collect something too. But what will she collect?||Six|
|33||"My Best Best Bestest Friend"||12 January 2008||Monday 7 May 2007||Lola and Lotta are best friends. But when Lotta is asked to watch over Evie, a new girl at school, Lotta starts to lose interest in Lola, and Lola is worried that she has lost her beloved friend forever.
Also starring Eva Almos as Evie. In Canada title is: "Together With My Bestie".
|34||"Lucky, Lucky Me"||13 January 2008||Tuesday 8 May 2007||Lola feels extremely lucky. But when she and Charlie set out to go to the cinema to see the movie of their favourite character, 'Bat Cat' (a parody of Batman), a series of events convinces Lola that her luck has run out, and that she may never be lucky again.||Seven||Although he can be spotted on Lola's lunch-box in several episodes previously, this is Charlie and Lola's favourite superhero "Bat Cat"'s first appearance.|
|35||"I Just Love My Red Shiny Shoes"||14 January 2008||Wednesday 9 May 2007||Lola's favourite shiny red shoes are too small for her. Charlie takes her to buy a new pair, but Lola wants to keep the pair that she has. Also starring Tabitha St. Germain as girl one and Catherine Disher as girl two.||Seven|
|36||"I Really Wonder What Plant I'm Growing"||22 January 2008||Thursday 10 May 2007||Lola is impressed by the tomato plant that Charlie is growing (even though she doesn't like tomatoes). She decides to grow a plant of her own. She gets a seed, but doesn't know what it will grow.||Eight|
|37||"Charlie is Broken!"||23 January 2008||Friday 11 May 2007||Charlie and Lola are creating a circus for Granny and Grandpa, with Charlie juggling and Lola desperately trying to do forward rolls. But when he is playing soccer in the park with Marv, Charlie breaks his arm. Will the show go on?||Eight|
|38||"I Will Be Especially, Very Careful"||1 February 2008||Monday 14 May 2007||Lola loves Lotta's brand new white fluffy coat. She swaps the coat for a handbag that her mother gave her, promising to keep it new, fluffy and white and return it at school the next day. Lola discovers that this is easier said than done.||Five|
|39||"Yes I Am, No You're Not"||2 February 2008||Tuesday 15 May 2007||Charlie and Lola are looking forward to a Chinese puppet show, but first they must stop squabbling so much by answering a really hard question: Who is Bat Cat's best friend? Will Charlie and Lola be able to get the answer right?||Five|
|40||"I Am Really, Really, Really Concentrating"||3 February 2008||Wednesday 16 May 2007||Sports day is coming up. Charlie and Marv are going to do the three legged race, and Lotta is going to enter the octopus (obstacle) course. But what event will Lola be good at? Maybe the egg and spoon race?||Eight|
|41||"Will You Please Stop Messing About"||4 February 2008||Thursday 17 May 2007||Mom has told Charlie and Lola that they must do a ton of chores, or else Charlie won't be able to watch his favorite television show, Space Family Hudson, a parody of Swiss Family Robinson and The Jetsons. But all Lola seems to want to do is play games.||Seven|
|42||"I Completely Know About Guinea Pigs"||5 February 2008||Friday 18 May 2007||Lola wants to look after Bert, the class Guinea Pig, over vacation. Lola finds out how to look after Guinea Pigs properly, and is allowed to bring Bert home. At first all is well, but then Bert goes missing.||Eight|
|43||"What if I Get Lost in the Middle of Nowhere?"||10 February 2008||Monday 21 May 2007||Lola has a fear of getting lost. She is not looking forward to the school field trip and would rather stay behind. Charlie teaches her some methods that should stop her getting lost and help her if she does - but the field trip turns out to be to a giant maze. How will Lola cope?||Seven|
|44||"Welcome to Lolaland"||11 February 2008||Tuesday 22 May 2007||Charlie and Marv are learning Spanish. Lola would like to learn a foreign language too, but can't grasp it. With Soren Lorenson, she decides to make up her own imaginary language and place - Lolaland. Also starring Jasmine Kato-Naughton as Japanese girl, Edward McNamara as Russian boy, Felix Yanez as Spanish boy, and Ella Forster as Spanish girl.||Six|
|45||"Please May I Have Some of Yours?"||12 February 2008||Wednesday 23 May 2007||Granny and Grandpa are taking Charlie and Lola to the zoo. But Lola eats up all of her sandwiches before lunch, wastes all her bread to feed to the ducks at once, uses up all of her camera film, and spends all of her money - when she is set on buying a toy seal for the bath. Charlie reluctantly helps her out - but will she ever learn to save things for herself?||Five|
|46||"Can You Maybe Turn the Light On?"||13 February 2008||Thursday 24 May 2007||After Charlie reads her a story about an ogre, Lola becomes scared of the dark. But all of the things that make her feel safe keep Charlie awake.||Five||The voice of the Ogre is provided by Abel Lundie-Brown, no doubt a relation of Jethro Lundie-Brown, who provided the voice of Charlie in the first season.|
|47||"You Can Be My Friend"||14 February 2008||Friday 25 May 2007||While Marv's Dad takes Marv and Charlie to the insect house, Lola is left in the company of Marv's little brother, Morten. But Morten is rather quiet and shy, and doesn't seem to want to play any of the games that Lola suggests. Also starring Scott Mcneil as Morten Lowe on Canada dubbing.||Five|
|48||"I Wish I Could Draw Exactly More Like You"||15 February 2008||Monday 28 May 2007||Charlie, Marv, Lola, and Lotta all have to draw pictures of their houses for a school project. They all have their own ways of drawing, and look at some famous paintings for inspiration.||Six|
|49||"I Will Not Ever Never Forget You, Nibbles"||16 February 2008||Tuesday 29 May 2007||Charlie and Lola get a pet mouse, which they name Nibbles. Nibbles can do lots of tricks, and they love him very much. But eventually, Nibbles dies, and the siblings must learn to cope with the upsetness of losing a pet.||Six|
|50||"Never Ever Never Step on the Cracks"||17 February 2008||Wednesday 30 May 2007||Lola is very superstitious, and believes everything that people tell her. She hops to bed so some "living sea plants" won't tickle her, sleeps tightly so the bed bugs won't bite, washes really hard behind her ears so mushrooms won't grow there, and turns around three times when she sees a magpie. Charlie quickly regrets it when he tells her not to step on the cracks in the pavement, or else the bears, crocodiles and lions that live underneath will get her.||Six|
|51||"Look After Your Planet"||18 February 2008||Thursday 31 May 2007||Lola learns all about recycling, and doing things to save the planet. In a magazine, she and Charlie spot a competition to win a tree, if you recycle 100 things in each of four categories. Finding it difficult to complete this alone, they get their school involved. Lola is determined to recycle everything.||Seven|
|52||"Too Many Big Words"||1 March 2008||Friday 1 June 2007||Lola is learning to count and read at school. But she finds it very difficult and does not like it. Eventually, Charlie persuades her to give it a try, and helps her read about Piccolo, a little bird who cannot sing.||Five||Elements in this episode are adapted from Lauren Child's original book, I Am Too Absolutely Small For School.|
(Note: The second series is listed here in its production order, the order in which it was originally broadcast on CBeebies and BBC Two in the United Kingdom. The episodes were broadcast in a slightly different order in America.)
Charlie and Lola Winter Special: 2006
|Episode Number||Title||UK Airdate||US Airdate||AUS Airdate||Description||DVD Volume||Notes|
|53||"How Many More Minutes Until Christmas?"||25 December 2007||16 December 2006||24 December 2007||Lola cannot wait until Christmas. But her Christmas is about to be ruined when she accidentally mixes Lotta's card for Father Christmas'. When Lola and Charlie find that the door for Christmas on their advent calendar has gone missing, they make their own door on the calendar, making their way to the magic Elves in the North Pole.||Eight||This is the first episode to be listed as a special.|
Charlie and Lola Autumn Special: 2007
|Episode Number||Title||UK Airdate||US Airdate||AUS Airdate||Description||DVD Volume||Notes|
|54||"Everything Is Different and Not the Same"||Saturday 3 November 2007||Saturday 13 October 2007||Monday, 13 July 2009||It is the beginning of Autumn term at school, and Lola finds that everything is different. She and Lotta have new sitting places, she has a new teacher, the school smells funny, and the leaves have fallen off of her favourite tree. Meanwhile, Charlie and Marv create a time capsule for the Autumn Fair.||Eleven||This episode is double-length,as well as the Christmas special, shown ahead of Series 3.|
Season 3: 2007–2008
|Episode Number||Title||US Airdate||AUS Airdate||Description||DVD Volume||Notes|
|55||"I Really Absolutely Must Have Glasses"||1 May 2009||Thursday 9 July 2009||Lola is refusing to go to the optician until she sees Minnie with beautiful glasses. When she goes to the optician, she finds out that she is not in the need of glasses. At home, Charlie helps Lola make her own glasses. At school the next day, Lola, Lotta and Minnie are wearing their own glasses and are happy.||Ten|
|56||"Thunder Completely Does Not Scare Me"||2 May 2009||Friday 10 July 2009||Lola thinks there is a big hungry giant up in the sky who's stomach is always growling, or that the sky going to fall down. The cookie tray holds the answer to helping Charlie stop Lola from being frightened.||Ten|
|57||"I Slightly Want to Go Home"||3 May 2009||Monday 13 July 2009||Lola is going to Lotta's house for her first ever sleepover, and it couldn't be more exciting. But little by little, Lola realises everything is a bit different from her normal bedtime. Lotta brushes her teeth after bath time, not before! Even a midnight snack can't cheer her up. When it is finally time to put the light out, Lola admits that she wants to go home. That might stop Lola and Lotta from becoming special besties.||Eleven||Although in this episode it is claimed that Lola is sleeping overnight at Lotta's for the first time, she had actually done so already in the first series' I Must Take Completely Everything. This episode is possibly set before.|
|58||"I Am Extremely Absolutely Boiling"||4 May 2009||Tuesday 14 July 2009||It is extremely hot and Charlie and Lola are trying to stay cool. Lola falls out with Arnold but ends up friends again so they can swim in his new paddling pool. Also starring Scott McCord as Arnold.||Nine|
|59||"I Can Train Your Dog"||5 May 2009||Wednesday 13 July 2009||Marv, Morten, Sizzles, Marv's mom, Charlie and Lola are ready to take Sizzles for a walk in the park. But Marv's mum has lost her handbag and her keys are in it. How can Sizzles behave indoors? By letting Charlie and Lola train him?||Nine|
|60||"Do Not Ever Never Let Go"||6 May 2009||Thursday 14 July 2009||Lola and Lotta both love their tricycles, but when Lotta is given her older cousin's bike, Lola wants one too. She gets Charlie's old one and is delighted. But when Lola gets to the park, she discovers that Lotta has taken her training wheels off. Lola has to learn to ride without training wheels too, and it's not as easy as it looks!||Eleven|
|61||"Our Shop Sells Everything"||7 May 2009||Friday 15 July 2009||Lola and Lotta have got a pretend backyard store that sells everything. They're having great fun until they accidentally sell Charlie's swimming goggles to Morten, their only customer. Charlie wants his goggles back immediately, but Morten doesn't want to swap the goggles for anything... unless it's the money pinger. Also starring Linda Ballantyne as The Fairy on Canada dub||Ten|
|62||"I Am Inventing a Usefullish Invention"||8 May 2009||Monday 16 July 2009||Charlie and Marv have to come up with an invention for the school science fair tomorrow, and Lola reckons that she's an extremely good inventor too, and keeps interrupting their efforts with ideas of her own. The boys have got to invent something really cool and useful and time is running out. Just as they are beginning to panic, Lola the Inventor stumbles on a great idea!||Ten|
|63||"But We Always Do It Like This"||9 May 2009||Tuesday 17 July 2009||When Charlie and Lola visit Granny and Grandad they always go to the beach, and they always do it together. This time a little girl named Clem and her whole family, Hal and Luke are determined to join in and Lola's not too happy about it. Also starring Katie Leigh as Clem on Canada dub.||Eleven|
|64||"I Can't Stop Hiccupping!"||10 May 2009||Wednesday 18 July 2009||Lola and Lotta are practicing their song for the school concert when Lola has the hiccups when laughing too hard when they decide to have a little fun by screeching the last line of the song off-key. At first it's very funny, but soon she just wants her hiccups to go away. Everyone tries to help Lola get rid of her hiccups, but will they go before the big performance?||Ten|
|65||"I Am Completely Hearing and Also Listening"||10 May 2009||Thursday 19 July 2009||Lola thinks that she's good at listening. However, her not listening leads to problems at home and at school. When Arnold Wolf invites everybody to his house for a Bat Cat party, Lola doesn't listen to the instructions, and Charlie and Lola miss the party. Lola has to become a good listener.||Ten||The barcode on the side of the box is 5000328748054 which Barcodepedia reports as the barcode for Walkers Cheese Chips.|
|66||"But I Don't Really Like This Present"||11 May 2009||Friday 20 July 2009||Lola doesn't like the sombrero that Lotta gives her. It's itchy and it has "dangly bits". Even Soren Lorenson, Lola's imaginary friend, thinks it wouldn't be too bad if she lost the hat by accident. It's only when she really does lose it that Lola realises her friendship with Lotta is more important.||Eleven||Also known as "But I Really Don't Like This Present", as "really" and "don't" were switched by mistake.|
|67||"I Can Dance Like a Dancer"||12 May 2009||Monday 23 July 2009||Lola is sure that she is a good dancer. But some dancing is a bit too swirly, ballet is too floaty, while tap dancing is too shuffly and not tappy enough, and Indian dancing is too jumpy. Just when she thinks she will never ever be any good, Lola finds a way of combining all the different dances and coming up with one big special dance all of her own Lola dancing. Also starring Kelly Megzter as Anisha on Canada dub. In Canada title is: "I Wanna Be A Special Dancer".||Nine|
|68||"Help! I Really Mean It!"||29 May 2009||Tuesday 24 July 2009||Granny and Grandpa's cat, Caspar, has come to stay with Charlie and Lola. Lola loves looking after Caspar but keeps calling for Charlie's help. Lola and Lotta think that it's quite fun calling for Charlie and watching him come running. Fun, that is, until Caspar gets stuck up in the sky (in a tree) and Lola and Lotta really do need Charlie's help, but he doesn't believe them.||Nine|
|69||"I Would Like to Actually Keep It"||1 December 2009||Wednesday 25 July 2009||Lola finds a toy rabbit outside her school and takes it home with her after nobody claims it by hometime. Charlie and Lola put up posters of the rabbit so that its owner can claim it back, but Lola eventually decides she would rather keep it for herself. Also starring Adrian Truss as the boy who owns the rabbit doll.||Eleven|
|70||"It's Raining, It's Boring"||2 December 2009||Thursday 26 July 2009||After Marv finds a compendium of games in his closet, he and Charlie and Lola try to play every game before the rain stops.||Nine|
|71||"I Am Goody the Good"||3 December 2009||Friday 27 July 2009||Lola decides to be helpful like the character of her favourite series of books, Goody the Good, but Charlie prefers Lola to be Lola.||Eleven|
|72||"It is Very Special and Extremely Ancient"||4 December 2009||Monday 30 July 2009||Lola and her best friend Lotta find out what a fossil is, and are determined to find one, but Charlie doesn't think they will. Lola and Lotta search the sandpit and the rockery. They find all sorts of things, but no fossils. Maybe their luck will change at the beach?||Ten|
|73||"What Can I Wear for Halloween?"||29 October 2009||Tuesday 31 July 2009||Charlie, Lola, Lotta and Marv have been growing a pumpkin all year for the Halloween party. But Lola can't decide what to wear, and Morten squashes the pumpkin by accident!||Eleven|
|74||"But Marv Is Absolutely Charlie's Best Friend"||16 May 2010||Wednesday 1 August 2009||Lola is distraught when she sees Charlie and Marv playfighting. To make things worse, someone called Jack is claiming to be Marv's new best friend. Lola and Lotta hatch a plan to get them back together like years ago. Also starring Billie Mae Richards as Jack on Canada dub.||Ten|
|75||"I Am Making a Craze"||1 June 2010||Thursday 2 August 2009||The whole school is hula hooping, and Lola has had enough. She decides to make up a new craze, but realises it's not as easy as you might think, until she hits on "Cuppy Catch-Ball".||Nine|
|76||"But Where Completely Are We?"||2 June 2010||Friday 3 August 2009||Charlie lets Lola go "exploring" in the garden. Charlie is kitted up like a real explorer, and is excited by the prospect of wild animals, survival and living off the land. But Lola isn't so sure.||Nine|
|77||"I Really, Really Need Actual Ice Skates"||3 June 2010||Monday 6 August 2009||Having begged Granny and Grandad for a scooter, Lola suddenly decides that what she really wants is a pair of white, sparkly ice skates. Charlie warns her that they will end up like her kite, guitar and yoyo - neglected at the bottom of her cupboard. But Lola is convinced that if she gets them, she'll be the best ice skater in the whole school.||Nine|
|78||"I Wish I Could do that, and also that too"||4 June 2010||Tuesday 7 August 2009||Lola promises to play beads with her friend from school, but then Marv invites her to his space party on the same day. She did promise, but there's going to be games and cake at Marv's house. Also starring Cree Summer as Minnie.||Nine|
|79||"I Am Going to Save a Panda"||5 June 2010||Wednesday 8 August 2009||Lola and Lotta are adopting a panda and decide to raise money by doing difficult things. Charlie will balance an apple on his head, Marv will stand on one leg, Lotta is going to skip, and Lola will hop. Then Lola wakes up with chicken pox and Mum says she has to stay in bed. How will she save a panda now?||Eleven|
|80||"I've Got Nobody To Play With "||6 June 2010||Thursday 9 August 2009||Playing Piggy in the Middle is fun, but you need other people. Charlie is going out and Lotta has caught a cold. So Lola has no one to play with, until she remembers her imaginary friend, Soren Lorenson.||Ten||This was the series finale.|
- Charlie and Lola ONE - 13 February 2006
- Charlie and Lola TWO - 13 May 2006
- Charlie and Lola THREE - 4 September 2006
- Charlie and Lola FOUR - 6 November 2006
- Charlie And Lola: The Absolutely Complete Series 1 (box set of DVDs 1 - 4) - 6 August 2007
- Charlie And Lola: The Absolutely Complete Series 1 (in metal lunch box) - 13 August 2007
- Charlie and Lola 9 (I really really need actual ice skates and other stories) - 27 October 2008
- Charlie And Lola: The Absolutely Complete Series 2 (box set of DVDs 5-8) - 10 November 2008
- Charlie and Lola 10 (I can't stop hiccuping and other stories) - 23 February 2009
- Charlie and Lola 11 (Everything is different and not the same) - 12 October 2009
- Charlie And Lola: The Absolutely Complete Series 3 (box set of DVDs 9-11) - 28 June 2010
- Charlie and Lola - The Absolutely Complete Collection (box set of all 11 DVDs) - 29 November 2010
- Charlie – Jethro Lundie-Brown, Daniel Mayers (series 2), Oriel Agranoff (series 3)
- Lola – Maisie Cowell, Clementine Cowell (series 2), Holly Callaway (series 3)
- Marv – Ryan Harris
- Lotta – Morgan Gayle
- Soren Lorenson – Stanley Street
In the USA and Canada, volumes 9 and 11 are reversed, however, volume 9 is titled "What Can I Wear for Halloween?" instead of "Everything is different and not the same".
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