In The Night Garden

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  • TV-Y
  • 2007
  • 5 Seasons
  • 6.6  (767)

In The Night Garden is a favorite show of many young children. The show comes from the UK but has gained popularity outside of the UK as well. The characters on the show are children's toys and the show is like a nursery rhyme story book. The toys from In The Night Garden are Makka Pakka, Igglepiggle, Upsy Daisy, The Haahoos, The Tombliboos (Unn, Ooo and Eee)and Ninky Nonk. Ninky Nonk is the unique train that transports them throughout the world of the special Night Garden children seemingly adore. The Night Garden is full of sunshine and bright colors. It is a cheerful and comforting place for the show's characters to interact within. Every episode begins with a young child in their bed as a narrator in the background properly introduces children to the story about to begin. We cut away to Igglepiggle sailing away in his boat on an adventure that will take him to the Night Garden. Every episode comes to a close with one of the characters recieving a bedtime tale coming from the gazebo located in the middle of the Night Garden. The final finish comes with Igglepiggle refusing to go to bed and a special goodbye routine. Then children watch as their beloved Night Garden retreats into the sky. Meanwhile Igglepiggle has fallen sound asleep, afloat in his trusty boat as the credits roll by on the screen. The show was created with an intention of helping children with bedtime, in turn helping their frazzled parents. The show has a calming effect that many other shows do not provide. It can relax children and help them to trust their parents when bedtime comes. They will learn bedtime is a necessary part of life and nothing to fear. The show In The Night Garden has generated several different awards for their creative approach to taming bedtime fears. The show has created a line of the shows characters that children can have for their own bedtime and it even spawned a live theatrical show. If your child is having issues with anxiety over bedtime or just needs a little help winding down and finding a calmer state, then In The Night Garden may be a show for your family to watch.

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Upsy Daisy Dances with the HaaHoos!
19. Upsy Daisy Dances with the HaaHoos!
January 1, 2007
Upsy Daisy is having a Dancy Day in the garden. First she dances with the Haahoos. Then she dances with the ball and then with the daisy's in the garden. What lovely dancing Upsy Daisy. Who's this riding in the Pinky Ponk, its Igglepiggle! Upsy Daisy dances with Igglepiggle and the Pinky Ponk. Everybody joins in the dance at the Gazebo.
Pinky Ponk and the Ball
15. Pinky Ponk and the Ball
January 1, 2007
Upsy Daisy, Makka Pakka, the Tombliboos and Igglepiggle are all going for a ride on the Pinky Ponk. The ball is bouncing through the garden, what a big bounce! The ball bounces up and hits the Pinky Ponk sending everyone sliding from one end to the other. Now the Pontipines are playing with the ball, what a big throw Pontipines. Look out everybody! The ball hits the Pinky Ponk several times making it fly in lots of silly ways. What a silly Pinky Ponk!
The Tombliboos' Busy Ninky Nonk Day
14. The Tombliboos' Busy Ninky Nonk Day
January 1, 2007
The Tombliboos are riding on the Ninky Nonk what a bouncy ride. The Ninky Nonk stops in some very lovely parts of the garden and now the Ninky Nonk has stopped again. What's that sound? The ball! The Tombliboos chase after the ball. Hurry up Tombliboos the Ninky Nonk is getting ready to go! The Ninky Nonk sets off without the Tombliboos! Catch the Ninky Nonk! The Ninky Nonk leads the Tombliboos home and here comes the ball to play with the Tombliboos!
Wottingers Hiding Game
12. Wottingers Hiding Game
January 1, 2007
The Pontipines are playing hide and seek with the Wottingers. The Wottingers are walking through the garden looking for places to hide whilst the Pontipines count. The teeny tiny Pontipines manage to find all of the teeny tiny Wottingers, what a clever game! What is that sound? It's the Ninky Nonk! The Pontipines and the Wottingers ride in the Ninky Nonk all the way home. Everybody joins in the dance at the Gazebo.
UD Forgets her Stone
10. UD Forgets her Stone
January 1, 2007
Makka Pakka has a pile of six stones. He gives one stone to Igglepiggle and one stone to Upsy Daisy. Upsy Daisy tucks her stone safely in her bed. Makka Pakka gives a stone to each of the Tombliboos. What's that noise? It's the teeny tiny Pontipines and they've taken Makka Pakka's last stone! Upsy Daisy is tired and sits down on her bed for a rest. What's that? A stone! Upsy Daisy had forgotten all about the stone Makka Pakka had given her. Once she finds it she gives it back to him. Now Makka Pakka has a stone again, what a lovely present!
All Aboard the Ninky Nonk - Mind the HaaHoos
8. All Aboard the Ninky Nonk - Mind the HaaHoos
January 1, 2007
The Pontipines and the Wottingers are out for a walk in the garden. Mrs Pontipine spots something through her binoculars, it's the Ninky Nonk! All aboard the Ninky Nonk! Makka Pakka, Upsy Daisy and Igglepiggle all join the Pontipines and Wottingers for a ride on the Ninky Nonk. What a bouncy ride! Mind the Haahoos Ninky Nonk! What a clever Ninky Nonk.
Upsy Daisy Dances with the Pontipones
7. Upsy Daisy Dances with the Pontipones
January 1, 2007
Upsy Daisy is having a Dancy Day in the garden. First she dances with the Tombliboos. Then she dances with the Pontipines. Who's this riding on the Pinky Ponk, its Igglepiggle! Igglepiggle and Upsy Daisy dance together before everybody joins in the dance at the Gazebo.
Long and Ponky Ride in the Pinky Ponk
5. Long and Ponky Ride in the Pinky Ponk
January 1, 2007
The Tombliboos are taking a ride on the Pinky Ponk. Mind the tree Pinky Ponk. 'Ponk'! What a big ponk! Igglepiggle and Upsy Daisy join the Tombliboos for a ride on the Pinky Ponk. Watch out for the Tombliboo bush Pinky Ponk. 'Ponk'! Another big ponk! Makka Pakka is waving to all his friends in the Pinky Ponk. Watch out for the Gazebo Pinky Ponk. 'Ponk'! 'Ponk'! 'Ponk'! What a ponky ride!
Where Did Makka Pakka's Sponge Go?
1. Where Did Makka Pakka's Sponge Go?
January 1, 2007
Makka Pakka is walking in the garden when he comes across some stones which he decides to clean. Mind the small stone Makka Pakka, woops! Makka Pakka trips over a stone and his sponge flies off straight into Upsy Daisy's megaphone, what a funny noise! Now how is Makka Pakka going to get his sponge back?
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In The Night Garden is a favorite show of many young children. The show comes from the UK but has gained popularity outside of the UK as well. The characters on the show are children's toys and the show is like a nursery rhyme story book. The toys from In The Night Garden are Makka Pakka, Igglepiggle, Upsy Daisy, The Haahoos, The Tombliboos (Unn, Ooo and Eee)and Ninky Nonk. Ninky Nonk is the unique train that transports them throughout the world of the special Night Garden children seemingly adore.

The Night Garden is full of sunshine and bright colors. It is a cheerful and comforting place for the show's characters to interact within. Every episode begins with a young child in their bed as a narrator in the background properly introduces children to the story about to begin. We cut away to Igglepiggle sailing away in his boat on an adventure that will take him to the Night Garden. Every episode comes to a close with one of the characters recieving a bedtime tale coming from the gazebo located in the middle of the Night Garden.

The final finish comes with Igglepiggle refusing to go to bed and a special goodbye routine. Then children watch as their beloved Night Garden retreats into the sky. Meanwhile Igglepiggle has fallen sound asleep, afloat in his trusty boat as the credits roll by on the screen. The show was created with an intention of helping children with bedtime, in turn helping their frazzled parents. The show has a calming effect that many other shows do not provide. It can relax children and help them to trust their parents when bedtime comes. They will learn bedtime is a necessary part of life and nothing to fear.

The show In The Night Garden has generated several different awards for their creative approach to taming bedtime fears. The show has created a line of the shows characters that children can have for their own bedtime and it even spawned a live theatrical show. If your child is having issues with anxiety over bedtime or just needs a little help winding down and finding a calmer state, then In The Night Garden may be a show for your family to watch.In The Night Garden is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (149 episodes). The series first aired on June 18, 2007.

Where to Watch In The Night Garden

In The Night Garden is available for streaming on the The Hub website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch In The Night Garden on demand at Amazon, Microsoft Movies & TV, The Roku Channel Free, Google Play, Apple TV and Tubi TV.

  • Premiere Date
    June 18, 2007
  • IMDB Rating
    6.6  (767)