Children's animation with the brother and sister. The duo involve the whole school in a recycling competition that could land them a real tree to plant.
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Charlie and Lola
Too Many Big Words
CHARLIE AND LOLA LAUGH
BOTH: Charlie and Lola!
I have this little sister, Lola.She is small and very funny.
Lola loves keeping things,all kinds of things.
Boxes, old broken toys -just things.
Not any more!
I just don't keepso many things nowadays.
Has it got anything to do with whenwe went to Marv's house yesterday?
Shh! I dare anyone to go intomy brother Marty's room.
My brother Marty doesn't let anyonein his bedroom.
And he doesn't let anyonetouch any of his things.
Any of his things.
And he's in very big troublewith my mum.
Because he won't throwanything away.
Mum says his room looks likea complete pigsty.
He can't be that bad.
Huh! Oh, yes he can.
We can just peek.
No! Marv, don't do it.
Marty hasn't cleaned out his roomfor one whole year.
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Oh, it's squiggy!
I know. It's pongy.
< Get out of my room! Now!
No, not that.
No, no, no, no, no.
So what exactly are you doing, Lola?
I do not ever, never want my roomto look like Marty's.
So I am throwing everything away.
Throwing it away?
Yes, Charlie,because I don't need it.
How about you recycle it?
No! RE-cycle it.
Recycle it? What is it?
Well, it's quite difficultto explain.
I suppose it's a way
that people can reuse old thingsin a different and new way.
If we just threw everything away,we'd all maybe be completely buried
under a massive,huge pile of rubbish.
And if we don't use things again,
in the end, we'll just run outof everything.
And if we don't recycle all therubbish, and just burn it all,
then that makes pollution, andmakes the air smell all horrible.
CHARLIE AND LOLA COUGH
So recycling is a good thing.
And the other good thing
is you can make somethingtotally new out of something old.
Maybe I can show you.
That week, we collected lots ofold cans, paper and plastic bottles.
Look, Charlie, this boxis for comics, boxes,
newspapers and egg boxes.
-It's for recycling all the differentthings made out of paper.
Lola was really excited to find out
that cardboard and paperare made out of trees.
Oh, I love trees!
But if we keep cutting down all thetrees to make more and more paper,
we won't have any trees left.
Or woods, or forests, or anything.
So, you see, it's really importantto recycle old paper.
Mrs Finch showed us a film abouthow there are these places
where the old paper gets squidged upagain, with water and things.
And then they press it all flat,let it dry,
and make all sortsof new types of paper.
Like what, Charlie?
Writing paper, gift paper,toilet paper, egg boxes,
colouring-in paper, wrapping paper.
That is clever.
Mum bought me this special comic.It's called Look After Your Planet.
And there's lots about recyclingin it.
Ooh, can I have a look?
Ooh, a competition!
You can win a tree all of your ownto plant.
What do we have to do?What do we have to do?
We have to collect a hundredof each thing.
A hundred tin cans,a hundred plastic things,
and a hundred thingsmade out of paper.
That's a lot of things, Charlie.
-Look, your very own tree counter.
Every time you collect something torecycle, stick a leaf onto a branch.
When your tree counteris completely full up,
you can get your very own real treeto plant.
I would love to plant a tree.
-Well, you'd better start recycling.
This box is for all the plasticthings, and this one is for paper,
and this one is for tin cans.
And look, I have already recycledtwo plastic bottle tops,
a baked bean tin and a paper.
I'm not sure we can collecta hundred of each thing
in just two weeks, Lola,all on our own.
Of course we can, Charlie.Have you finished? Good!
-What are you doing?
-Look,I can recycle these toilet rolls.
No, Lola, the idea is to use itslowly and save the paper first,
so that we don't have to cut downlots of trees.
-Then you recycle them.
-Oh. OK, Charlie.
Lola, I don't thinkyou've quite understood.
Oh yes I have, Charlie.
Lola, I'm sure Mum and Dadwill recycle their newspaper,
but only after they have read it.
Well, they'd better hurry up,
because we need more leaveson our tree counter, quickly.
-I know, why don't we ask Marv,Marty and Morton for help?
My brother Marty's away,but he wouldn't help anyway,
because he never throwsanything away.
He never throws anything.
-That can be recycled, Morton.
Maybe we need to asksome even more people.
We have to save the trees,
and stop us being coveredin a big, large pile of rubbish,
and our planet being squashed.
If we fill this tree with leaves,
we will win our very own real treefor the school.
Ooh, I want to do it! Pass it on.
CHILDREN MUTTER TO EACH OTHER
CHILDREN CHATTER EXCITEDLY
Is that finished?
Can I take the newspapers?
Can you help me? It's really heavy.
CHILDREN LAUGH AND CHATTER
Morton, that is made out of plastic,and it has to go in the plastic box.
Oh, look at all this.
CHILDREN LAUGH AND CHATTER
What have you got?
Thank you very much.
You are a very good recycler, Lotta.
Morton! You're not helping.
CHILDREN SIGH IN DISAPPOINTMENT
Oh, no. We haven't filled upthe whole tree.
So we will be not gettingour own real tree.
-We haven't done it.
And look at what he's got!
Where did you get all that?
Thank you, Morton.
You are going to bein such big trouble.
Our real school tree.
We did it!
Who's been in my room?! >
Let's get out of here, quick!
Children's animation with the brother and sister. The duo are on a recycling mission. Soon they involve the whole school, determined to enter a competition that could win them a real tree to plant. Time is running out ,and they are in serious danger of failing to collect enough recyclable items. Where will the last few cans and bottles come from in order for them to get their real tree?
Charlie and Lola are fictional children created by the English writer and illustrator Lauren Child in 2000. They were introduced in a series of picture books and later adapted as animated television characters. Lola is an energetic, imaginative little girl; Charlie is her kind and patient older brother who is always willing to help Lola learn and grow.
The first 'Charlie and Lola' book was I Will Never Not Ever Eat a Tomato, published by Orchard Books in 2000. The U.S. edition was published in the same year by Candlewick Press, with the title: I Will Never NOT EVER Eat a Tomato.Charlie and Lola's parents, as well as their friends' parents, are often mentioned, but never seen.For that first book in the series, Child won the 2000 Kate Greenaway All-Medal Trophy from the Library Association, recognising the year's best children's book illustration by a British subject. For the 50th anniversary of the Medal (1955–2005) it was named one of the top ten winning works, selected by a 2007 panel to compose the ballot for a public election of the all-time favourite.
- Original 'Charlie and Lola' books by Lauren Child
- I Will Not Ever Never Eat A Tomato (Orchard Books, 2000)
- I Am Not Sleepy and I Will Not Go to Bed (2001)
- I Am Too Absolutely Small For School (2003)
- Slightly Invisible (2010)
- Spin-off books based on the television series
- I've Won, No I've Won, No I've Won
- Snow Is My Favourite and My Best
- Excuse Me, But That Is My Book (TV episode title: But That Is My Book)
- We Honestly Can Look After Your Dog (TV episode title: We Do Promise Honestly We Can Look After Your Dog)
- My Wobbly Tooth Must Not Ever Never Fall Out (TV episode title: I Do Not Ever Never Want My Wobbly Tooth to Fall Out)
- Say Cheese
- I'm Just Not Keen on Spiders
- Whoops! But It Wasn't Me! (TV episode title: It Wasn't Me!)
- This is Actually My Party
- I Can Do Anything That's Everything all on my Own
- You Can Be My Friend
- You Won't Like This Present As Much As I Do
- My School Play Sticker Book (Based upon the episode There Is Only One Sun and That Is Me)
- My Haircut Sticker Book (Based upon the episode I Like My Hair Completely the Way It Is)
- My Busy Sticker Book (Based upon the episode I'm a For Too Extremely Busy)
- My Wonderful Picnic Sticker Book (Based upon the episode The Most Wonderfullest Picnic in the Whole Wide World)
Various colouring books and a magazine are also available in the UK.
The 'Charlie and Lola' books have been translated into Welsh under the name Cai a Lois and into many other languages.
Characters of Charlie and Lola
Charlie is the imaginative and helpful brother of Lola. He is 7 years old and has platinum blonde hair like Lola. Charlie is often asked to look after Lola, and he sometimes has to think of creative ways to keep her busy. In both the TV series and the books, he breaks the fourth wall by talking about Lola to the viewers/readers.
Lola is an imaginative, quirky 5-year-old girl. Lola is the younger sister of Charlie and is best friends with Lotta. She is described by her brother Charlie as 'small and very funny'. She likes playing and is full of character. She normally wears blue butterfly hairclips and has short blonde hair. She is often a drama queen. She also has an imaginary friend named Soren Lorenson.
Marv is Charlie's best friend. He has a younger brother named Morten and an older brother named Marty. Marv also has a wiener dog named Sizzles and a pet mouse named Squeak. He is the same age as Charlie. He resides at the third level in his flat like Charlie who resides on the third level too.
Lotta is Lola's best friend. After meeting at school they became friends quickly and spend a lot of time together. Lotta usually follows Lola's lead, and is in awe of Lola's brother Charlie, his friend Marv, and Sizzles the dog. She has black curly hair.
Soren Lorenson is Lola's imaginary friend, rendered as monochrome and translucent. When Lola and Soren are playing, Soren is rather detailed (has the look of a real person only grey and translucent). When someone interrupts them (such as Charlie), Soren still has detail and he becomes more unknown.
Marty is Marv's older brother. He doesn't like to discard anything. Marty does not seem to like people in his room. His voice is heard inLook After Your Planet. He exclaims 'Get out of my room, now!Played by Charlie Avery
Minnie Reader is a classmate and friends with the girls including Lola and Lotta and is very clever. She likes tap dancing, beads, ponies, patterns, colouring and knows a lot about guinea pigs and has one named Fluffy. She is serious and doesn't smile as much as the rest of the characters. She has short brown hair with two green circle shaped hairclips in it. She is usually seen with a teal sweater dress, orange and pink socks and black shoes but, sometimes she is seen with a brown coat and the same shoes. She has appeared on several episodes like 'Look After Your Planet', 'How Many More Minutes Are There Until Christmas'etc. She said she was going to be a Wicked Witch in 'What Can I Wear For Halloween' but she is considering a nice rabbit instead of a witch. She had violet-rimmed glasses with orange flowers on it on 'I Really Absolutely Must Have Glasses' Sometimes she is seen with Evie. Sometimes not. For unknown reasons, her name is never revealed.
Morten is Marv's younger brother and a friend of Lola's. He is quite shy but once he starts to play he's a lot of fun.
Arnold is Lola's neighbour. Arnold is only featured in some episodes. In one episode, Arnold drops Lola's ice-cream. But he makes it up to her by letting her use his paddling pool.
Granny and Grandpa
Granny and Grandpa are Charlie and Lola's grandparents. Granny paints for a hobby, while it appears that Grandpa is good with horses. Like all other adult characters, they are referred to but are never seen.
Mum and Dad
Like the other adults in the show, Charlie and Lola's parents are mentioned but never seen, nor do they say anything.
Evie is a ruddy girl in Lola and Lotta's class. She has red hair which she wears in pigtails. She also wears a skirt, a long sleeve shirt and striped tights.
Jack is Marv's cousin. Lola and Lotta thought he was Marv's new best friend in the episode, 'But Marv is Absolutely Charlie's Best Friend'
Lotta's older cousin.
A Japanese girl who has the same hair clips just like Lola, a cardigan and a skirt with two long bunches.
Other background characters
Sizzles - Marv's dog. Sizzles is a dachshund (weiner dog).
Nibbles - Charlie and Lola's short-lived mouse.
Squeak - Marv's white mouse. He can jump from one leg to another.
Bert - Lola's class guinea pig. Despite the name, Bert is a girl. At first, Charlie and Lola thought Bert was a boy, until she had a litter of baby guinea pigs.
Tickles - Charlie and Lola's second mouse. He can easily tickle anyone, hence the name.
Casper - Charlie & Lola's grandparents' cat who comes to stay with Charlie and Lola sometimes.
Bat Cat - A character from one of Charlie and Lola's favourite comics. He is a grey/black cat that goes about doing heroic deeds.
Pirate Squidbones - Charlie and Marv's favourite cartoon, Pirate Squidbones tells of the adventures of a notorious one-eyed pirate and his motley crew. The villain in this TV show is the kraken.
The Tooth Fairy - A fairy who takes teeth and leaves money. In the episode How Many More Minutes?'. She teams up with Charlie and Lola to stop the evil pirates.
Smiley children - A girl and a boy who has shiny clean teeth. They always smile. They later are kidnapped by the evil pirates.
Foxie - Lola's stuffed fox. It is her favourite toy. In the episode 'What If I Get Lost In The Middle Of Nowhere?', after a long search for her lost toy, she later comes to find out that she simply left it under her pillow.
Ellie - Lola's toy elephant. Ellie is a china elephant with nice pink flowery designs all over it.
Frog - Lola's springy frog that she keeps on her bed stand. Apparently, this is also Søren Lorenson's favourite toy; he plays with it when Lola's not around.
The Rocket - A class project of Charlie's making, the rocket is a model space rocket that won Charlie a First Place prize in school; he beat Marv and another boy named Harvey. Unfortunately, Lola in her curiosity had a bit of a mishap with it and broke the rocket. But Charlie, notwithstanding his crossness, was able to mend it like new.
Daisy - Lola's rag doll, she is a blonde doll wearing a pink dress and a bow to match in its hair. She has blue buttons for eyes.
Molly the Rabbit - An anthropomorphic female stuffed rabbit who's all pink with a red bow on its head. She is one of Lola's stuffed animals.
Mr. Teddy - Charlie's former teddy bear from when he was Lola's age. He is yellow with green buttons for eyes and a blue bow tie. He now belongs to Lola.
In other adaptations
The books have been adapted by Tiger Aspect into a cartoon series, using a collage style of animation which accurately captures the style of the original books. Directed by Kitty Taylor and Claudia Lloyd. 2D cel animation, paper cutout, fabric design, real textures, photomontage, and archive footage are all employed and subsequently animated in a software application called CelAction. The cartoons are also notable for their use of children's voices, rather than adult voice actors, a technique pioneered by the Peanuts television specials.
The first series of 26 episodes (11 minutes each) was 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. Hansen). 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. The third series, a final 26-episode run, was broadcast in the UK and the US in the 2007-2008 television season. With two special episodes broadcast in 2006 and 2007, a total of 80 episodes were produced.
Charlie and Lola's Best Bestest Play was first performed at Polka Theatre on 26 April 2008 and has subsequently been performed at the venue again in 2010 and 2012. It will be staged for the first time at Glow, the events and exhibition space at Bluewater in Kent, by Watershed Productions over the Christmas period of 2013.
Charlie and Lola's Best Bestest Play is based on the characters created by Lauren Child and adapted by Jonathan Lloyd, Artistic Director of Polka Theatre.
The Charlie and Lola Album
Charlie and Lola's Favourite and Best Music Record was released on 19 March 2007, aimed at parents as well as children. The music is largely a development of existing interstitial and theme music taken from series 1 and 2. There are elements of easy listening, lounge, big bandjazz, reggae, bluegrass, eastern European, sci-fi, Latin, classical and film music. There are 17 tracks plus one hidden track, with the programme's theme tune opening and closing the album.
Each track includes spoken word extracts from the series. In many cases, these are manipulated to fit with the musical accompaniment.
'The Bestest in the Barn' was released as a single on 12 March 2007. It features Lola and Lotta teaching various animals on their farm how to sing, dance and play music. This is the only track on the album which does not appear in any episode. Lola and Lotta do however appear as farmers in 'I Do Not Ever Never Want My Wobbly Tooth To Fall Out'. They also have a tendency to imagine that animals are capable of developing impressive human skills, as seen in 'We Do Promise Honestly We Can Look After Your Dog' and 'I Will Not Ever Never Forget You Nibbles'. 'The Bestest in the Barn' now features on a playlist of CBeebies programme music played throughout CBeebies Land at the Alton Towers Resort.
The album is a collaboration between various composers and musicians who write and perform for the TV series. Much of the music is programmed but many tracks feature performances by musicians from London-based bands – Menlo Park, Polar Bear and Acoustic Ladyland.
Four of the tracks have been animated by Tiger Aspect Productions: 'The Bestest in the Barn', 'Sizzles', 'Batcat' and 'It's Snowing'. 'The Bestest in the Barn' video is encoded as an mpeg on the album CD, and all four videos are included as DVD extras on the series 2 DVD collection.
- 'Charlie and Lola Theme Tune'
- 'I Really Want To Play Music'
- 'The Bestest in the Barn'
- 'I Will Not Ever Never Eat A Tomato'
- 'Milk Monkeys'
- 'Bat Cat'
- 'I Am Not Sleepy'
- 'Martian Attack'
- 'All Sleepy'
- 'Can You Maybe Turn The Light on?'
- 'Charlie and Lola Theme Tune' (Extended Version)
- '.. It's Snowing' (secret track)
Theme Tune written by Tom Dyson and Soren Munk
Production & Arrangement with John Greswell
All other tracks written by John Greswell and produced by Greswell / Taylor for MPM London Ltd.
- 3 written by John Greswell, Christopher Taylor, Benjamin Nicholls
- 6, 12 written by John Greswell, Christopher Taylor
- 7 written by Tom Dyson, Soren Munk
- 16 written and produced by David Schweitzer
- Andy Mellon – Trumpet / Flugelhorn / Piano / Vocals / Clarinet
- Benjamin Nicholls – Guitars / Banjo / Jew's harp / Double bass / Bass guitar
- Pete Wareham – Tenor saxophone / Trumpet
- Sebastian Rochford - Drums / Percussion
- Joe Bentley – Trombone
Demon Music Group Ltd.
BBC Worldwide Ltd.
All tracks published by Tiger Aspect / BMG Music Publishing
Sleeve Package design by David Mackintosh
- 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
Animation of promos
'The Bestest in the Barn', 'Dancing Dogs', 'Batcat' and 'It's Snowing' promos animated by Tiger Aspect Productions.Tom Beattie, Betti Doherty, Alistair Douglas, Catherine T. Elliot, Tim Fehrenbach, Claudia Lloyd, James O'Shea, Caroline Parkinson, Mark Patterson, Steve Perkins, Kitty Taylor, Clare Winkworth, Andrew Zein.
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- ^'70 Years Celebration: Anniversary Top Tens'Archived 27 October 2016 at the Wayback Machine. The CILIP Carnegie & Kate Greenaway Children's Book Awards. CILIP. Retrieved 2 July 2012.
- ^'Charlie and Lola Series 1'. tigeraspect.co.uk.
- ^Tiger Aspect ProductionsArchived 7 December 2008 at the Wayback Machine
- ^BBC - Press Office - Charlie and Lola press pack introduction
Charlie And Lola Dress Up Game
- Works by or about Charlie in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
- Works by or about Lola in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
- Charlie and Lola on IMDb
- Charlie and Lola at TV.com
- CBeebies - Charlie and Lola at bbc.co.uk