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09-29-2007, 05:51 AM
Shaun the Sheep and the Woolly Jumper - sorry, it seems you can't view the video from the US but I'm not sure what it is that you CAN see - might be worth a peep though.


Well, it's one way of keeping the kids occupied while you run their evening bath.



The BBC Worldwide site is saying that CBeebies - children's programmes -are to be rolled out globally - (should think so, too!)
so, with any luck, it shouldn't be too long before you can access Shaun the Sheep.

BBC America has some Dr. Who, Torchwood and a trailer from Jekyll with James Nesbit. Just hit videos on the top of the page to see all that's potting there.

Very sorry again, folks.

09-29-2007, 10:06 AM
Aw, man, it says the video is restricted to UK users only. Bummer. I love Wallace & Gromit!

Jan in CA
09-29-2007, 12:36 PM
Aw, man, it says the video is restricted to UK users only. Bummer. I love Wallace & Gromit!

That bites, I love them! :doh:

09-29-2007, 12:40 PM
Oh No! - I'm so sorry.

What a pain! Miserable b*ggers at the BBC! :verysad:

Hmm - I'll have a think - and very sorry again.

09-29-2007, 12:45 PM
Actually it was hilarious. The kidlets and I explored and tried to find a way to "by-pass" the system.

When my Dh got up (works nights) my son greeted him with, "Hi Dad, we're moving to Britain!"

My Dh: "Uh? Why?"

My Son: "We-ell, there is this really cool computer thing and you can't see it unless you live there... so-ooo... we're moving!"


09-29-2007, 02:03 PM
Hi Songbirdy

It's good to know you got a good laugh out of it, anyway.:teehee:

I've updated my original post - it seems that the BBC is planning to rollout Children's Programmes globally - so I hope your little ones will be able to watch Shaun very soon.

09-29-2007, 04:14 PM
Awwww so cute! I'm going to have to watch that with my son :yay: