Three New Episodes Of Tree Fu Tom On CBeebies

The BBC Media Centre have released broadcast details for the final three episodes of series one of Tree Fu Tom. The new episodes can be seen on CBeebies from Monday 26th November.

Episode Details:

Monday 26th November: Zigzoo invents a weather machine to create perfect conditions for each of his friends, but disaster strikes when he tries to keep everybody happy.

Tuesday 27th November: Tom tackles titanic troubles in Treetopolis, as he is accidentally shrunk to the size of Twigs’ toes!

Wednesday 28th November: Tom causes terrible trouble when he loses the magic sapstone from his belt in the final episode of series one.

Tree Fu Tom features the voices of Sophie Aldred and David Tennant as Tom and his best friend Twigs.
Aimed at four to six year olds, Tree Fu Tom is set in an enchanted world where movement creates magic. Tom appears to be a normal eight-year-old boy but putting on his magic belt and performing a special sequence of magic action-movements (known as Tree Fu) transforms him into a tiny but mighty magical super-hero.
Using a Tree Fu spell, Tom is transported into a wondrous enchanted kingdom in a tree called Treetopolis, inhabited by sprites, bugs and naughty fungi – the ‘Mushas’. Here he meets his faithful sidekick Twigs, a silly and energetic Acorn Sprite.
Tom and Twigs are inseparable as they become embroiled in amazing, action-packed adventures, which always lead to trouble, impending disaster and catastrophe. When events run beyond their control it is only with help from the audience performing Tree Fu moves, that Tom can create spectacular Big World Magic and save the day!
All of the Tree Fu magic moves that children are encouraged to copy are developed from therapeutic techniques that are used to help children with movement disorders like Dyspraxia, but are designed to assist and enhance the development of all participating children at a crucial time in their growth.

New episodes of the BAFTA-nominated show have been commissioned and are due to reach screens in 2013. Find out more about Tree Fu Tom here.