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Everyone is enjoying a ride on the Pinky Ponk, but Tombliboo Ooo is more interested in drinking all the Pinky Ponk juice. Inevitably his tummy is too full so Tombliboo Unn and Tombliboo Eee help him to bed and play music to make him feel better. Find sources: "In the Night Garden..."– news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR ( January 2023) ( Learn how and when to remove this template message) Lane, Harriet (25 November 2007). "Night Fever". The Observer Magazine. Archived from the original on 5 December 2009 . Retrieved 11 January 2010. In the Night Garden is produced by Ragdoll Productions and has been created by Andy Davenport and Anne Wood, who last collaborated together on Teletubbies. It is about a magical picture-book place that exists between waking and sleeping in a child's imagination. Words, rhymes and music carry young viewers through a happy world of loveable characters and nursery rhyme nonsense.
a b Reynolds, Nigel (2 April 2008). "Anger as BBC moves In The Night Garden". The Daily Telegraph. Archived from the original on 5 June 2008 . Retrieved 11 January 2010. Jersey, States of. "Government of Jersey". gov.je. Archived from the original on 3 February 2022 . Retrieved 3 February 2022. In 2010, more new toys were released like the Igglepiggle and Upsy Daisy set that contained a copy of the Series 2 episode The Pontipines' Picnic (2008) on DVD as well as an electronic Ninky Nonk (which made the actual sounds from the Show) and a Playmat that had: the Bridge, the Tombliboo Bush (with The Tombliboos and their beds), the Gazebo and the Pinky Ponk.
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Dungan, Ronnie (18 September 2008). "Toy firms scoop Licensing gongs". Toy News. Archived from the original on 2 May 2011 . Retrieved 11 January 2010. The specials centre on a brand new character called the Zonk, who sends the characters off to the magical world of the ZonkeyZoney so they can relax in peace. The series is fully animated in 3D CGI animation, unlike the original series which was a mix of CGI, 2D animation and live-action. A spin-off special series, titled In the Night Garden... ZinkyZonk Specials was announced by WildBrain in September 2022. The six 15-minute specials are CGI-animated in Canada by WildBrain Studios, with an initial broadcast deal made with Hop! Channel in Israel.  The series first premiered in Australia on ABC Kids in September 2022.  Each episode starts with a shot of a night sky with the stars appearing, followed by a shot of a child in bed, while the narrator introduces the programme's episode. The scene then cuts to Igglepiggle, in his boat, getting ready to travel to the Night Garden whilst the theme music plays. The camera pans up to the night sky, followed by brightly coloured flowers. Then we see Igglepiggle going to the gazebo to meet his friends. After that, the title appears on a bush and either the Ninky Nonk or the Pinky Ponk appears.
Upsy Daisy is kissing everything in the garden. She kisses a tree, a flower and Igglepiggle. She rides around the garden in the Ninky Nonk visiting and kissing people and things. Suddenly the Ninky Nonk stops and won't go. Upsy Daisy wonders why – then realises -the Ninky Nonk wants a kiss too! This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sourcesin this section. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. In The Night Garden". Golden Bear Toys. Archived from the original on 3 February 2022 . Retrieved 3 February 2022. In January 2009, a spokesman for the BBC confirmed that they had asked Hasbro to change the CGI skin colour of the Upsy Daisy CGI doll following "a handful of complaints". The doll was originally released with a noticeably lighter complexion than seen in the television series, as it was based on the animated version of Upsy Daisy. BBC - Press Office - CBeebies Autumn 2008 schedule". BBC. Archived from the original on 24 January 2019 . Retrieved 24 January 2019. Set in the magical picture-book place that exists between waking and sleeping in a child's imagination and narrated by Sir Derek Jacobi, In the Night Garden has held children across the nation in rapt delight since its launch in early 2007. Igglepiggle cannot find Upsy Daisy, but then he spots her bed. Upsy Daisy's bed always knows where Upsy Daisy is. Igglepiggle follows Upsy Daisy’s bed all the way to Upsy Daisy. We wanted to explore the difference between being asleep and being awake from a child's point of view: the difference between closing your eyes and pretending to be asleep and closing your eyes and sleeping." 
a b c "Past Winners and Nominees – Children's – Awards – 2007". BAFTA. Archived from the original on 14 September 2012 . Retrieved 17 March 2010. The smallest Pontipines and the biggest Haahoos are all clean when Makka Pakka washes their faces. But the Tombliboos are especially clean, because they also have great fun cleaning their teeth. One parent petitioner was quoted by The Daily Telegraph commenting: "My four-year-old refused to believe it was bedtime because In the Night Garden... hadn't been on and it was daylight outside.", this is because the show was removed from CBeebies' Bedtime Hour for a while in 2008.  Telecast and home media [ edit ]Makka Pakka discovers he can make musical notes by tapping different stones. He makes up a tune. Everyone hears it and comes to listen to Makka Pakka's stone concert.