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Five Minutes More is a children's television show. It features animals telling a story which has a moral. This show has five characters, a monkey, a kangaroo, an aardvark, a penguin and a polar bear. Each episode has a story told by one of these characters and all of them have a moral lesson for the children.

Children viewing this show will have a moral lesson delivered to them by a character in a friendly, easy to learn way. These characters tell children's stories and each animal has a different story to tell. Children will identify with these animals which were developed to help them learn about life.

Five Minutes More is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (65 episodes). The series first aired on August 24, 2006.

Five Minutes More is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Five Minutes More on demand atAmazon, Tubi TV online.

Australian Broadcasting Corporation
1 Season, 65 Episodes
August 24, 2006
Kids & Family
Cast: Louise Gold
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Five Minutes More Full Episode Guide

  • Jasper the little bird flies away to try his luck in the city and discovers that there is no better place than home.

  • A little tree is worried when his leaves start to change colour, but with his friends help he discovers that he is just changing with the seasons.

  • Max's grandad has made him a very special toy but he finds out that it's even more special when you share it with a friend.

  • When Prince Absalom asks his servants to make hundreds of Plump Plum Pies he finds his workers exhausted so he gets to work and helps out.

  • After Mr Goodbody has an accident in his garden his lazybones neighbour Lucinda Lacklustre helps him out.

  • The Five Minutes More team find out that being important isn't as important as being friends.

  • Three friends discover that they don't need to like all the same things to be best friends.

  • Marlon the music man discovers that you don't need a music box or an instrument to make music.

  • Two pirates learn to be patient as they wait for the wind to blow their sails.

  • A lovely fairy shows Silvius the bunny that sometimes the best thing to be is yourself.

  • A beautiful butterfly and Gordon Golightly encourage a neighbour to get out and enjoy life.

  • Grandpa Davey shows his grandchildren that even when it is raining outside you can use your imagination to travel anywhere.

  • Mrs Drinkwater enlists the help of her friend the sun to help make her flowers grow.

  • Two Brave Knights travel deep into the forest to rescue the town's clock from a mischievous dragon.

  • Three friends discover that playing games is much more fun when everyone plays by the rules.

  • Miguel the corn farmer thinks up a plan to keep a greedy goose from eating his crop.

  • Mr Tearaway learns from his friend Mr Meander that sometimes going slow is the best way to go.

  • A princess who has everything discovers the best present of all is friendship.

  • Mr and Mrs Milliner discover a creative new use for their hats.

  • Jacob and his father get lost in the woods while flying a kite and his mother comes to the rescue unwinding a wool trail to find their way home.

  • Three friends realize the best club is one that everyone can be a part of and form The Best Friends Club.

  • Little Ned has always wanted to be big but he discovers that sometimes it's good to be small.

  • Two painters discover a world of many colours after they accidentally mix some paints together.

  • Uncle Miscellania collects pretty things but it's his nephews that show him that with a little imagination they can be a lot of fun too.

  • Arabella, the famous Opera singer loses her voice and her two good friends go in search of it.

  • Farmer Hazletree discovers that working together as a team makes things easier and much more fun.

  • Mr Hammer and Mr Spanner show that with a little imagination and know-how you can make a warm cozy home just about anywhere.

  • Two proud and boastful plants discover that there are more important things than just being beautiful on the outside.

  • On a very special picnic a mother discovers that although its good to be prepared sometimes its better to just enjoy the moment.

  • A little boy discovers that sometimes the best noise to listen to is the sound of peace and quiet.

  • A rickety old wizard discovers with help from his friends that life can be enjoyable without a rickety old wand and its unpredictable magic.

  • A little mermaid is feeling down in the dumps until she discovers she has a special talent all of her own.

  • A little boy has the time of his life when the spring fair comes to town.

  • A rude and cranky giant learns from a friendly little elf that manners can make a world of difference.

  • Three best friends discover that you don't need instruments to make a band.

  • It's the King's Birthday and every year he has a themed wonderful party, but this year he is having trouble deciding what the best theme should be.

  • It's time for the annual running race and once again Alfonso is sure he will win the Big Gold Cup.

  • When Hector the greedy elf is granted some wishes by the 'Fairy of Happiness', his brother Boris realises just how greedy Hector is.

  • Harry discovers that by using his imagination he can have wonderful adventures and even make friends with a dragon.

  • Mrs Fullalove finds a lost monkey and decides to take care of him.

  • A little parrot learns to talk by mimicking his big sister.

  • When Matty and Mabel fly their kite into Isaac the Gardener's orange tree, they knock the last orange off the tree.

  • Maximus Magicus gives magic lessons to his two assistants Cosmo and Stella. An impatient Stella decides to take things into her own hands with disastrous results.

  • Captain Blunderbeard and Ned Stormcloud are sailing the seas in search of Esmeralda Island when their ship hits a rock and begins to sink!

  • Young Zoopa wants a pet Frizzle and is overjoyed when she finds one. But looking after a Frizzle takes a lot of work.

  • The Captain and his First Mate love two things - to dance the hornpipe, and to eat! But the more they eat, the less dancing they can do.

  • A young girl with a beautiful singing voice is asked to travel to the Emperor's castle to sing for him. But who will sing to her elderly father while she is away?

  • Little William's parents tried all sorts of things to help him settle at night, but it wasn't until they told him a story that William fell into a lovely, deep sleep.

  • An art-loving Prince shows an artist and his sister that a picture can look like different things to different people.

  • The King and Queen have forgotten how to laugh. That is until, quite unexpectedly, a funny little bird hatches out of an egg in the garden and makes them laugh out loud.

  • When a rocket lands in the town square, the Mayor's daughter realizes that she (and her fellow townsfolk) can communicate with the alien despite their different languages.

  • Baby Penguin likes to jump, much to his parents' amusement. But when the frozen river thaws, Father penguin and Mother penguin realise the only way to cross is for Baby to teach them how to jump.

  • Jack realises it can be fun having a little brother after all.

  • Messy Monica shows her tidy neighbours that sometimes junk can be recycled to make something useful and new.

  • A poor, generous fisherman finds a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

  • In the Arctic Circle three explorers realise they can solve their problems by sharing their supplies.