I have this little sister, Lola. She is small and very funny. Charlie & Lola is fun series targeted at preschool audiences about a boy named Charlie and his sister, Lola. Featuring a unique "collage" animation style and catchy background themes, the show follows the pair as Charlie helps out his often rather independent-minded sister, Lola. Lola can be rather firm-minded when it comes to things like not wanting to go to bed, or doing things on her own, but Charlie doesn't mind too much --- he knows how to come up with a creative solution to help Lola see a different point of view. Viewers can accompany the two as they travel to fantastic worlds using their amazing imaginations. Charlie & Lola is based on a series of books by Lauren Child, who works on the show as an associate producer.
Lola is determined to do ""Anything Thats Everything All On My Own"", alas, doing things by herself. Some of the things she tries doing on her own are using the computer and pouring juice with little success. Problem is, Lola doesn't know about it. Charlie explains with his friend Marv's help to Lola that sometimes you need a little help with the activity you are doing.Watch Now:Amazon
Lola decides to be helpful like the hero of her book, Goody the Good.Watch Now:Amazon
It's Charlie's birthday and his family and friends have prepared a special surprise for him. Lola has been let in on the secret and seems ready to let it slip at any time. Desperate to remain in the dark, Charlie shushes his little sister and tries hiding, but it still seems like she's bound to let it slip. Charlie comes up with an imaginative plan to keep his surprise from being spoiled.Watch Now:Amazon
Lola is very excited when she hears that snow is coming. She asks Charlie all sorts of quesions about snow and then stays up late to watch it fall. The next morning, Charlie, Lola, Marv and Lotta have loads of fun playing in the snow --- making snow angels, snowmen and snow-dogs, tossing snowballs, going sleeding and more. Lola, however, becomes sad the next day when the snow melts away.Watch Now:Amazon
Charlie invites his friends and Lola to a monster-themed party for his birthday, but Lola doesn't like the theme. Taking her parents' request to help out a little too far, she opens Charlie's cards for him and does some unauthorized "pretty" redecorating. When she takes things too far by switching the music for the party games, Charlie finds he's had enough. But Lola finds her own special way to help.
A disappointed Lola learns she has been cast as a leaf instead of the sun in the school playWatch Now:Amazon
Lola is feeling extremely lucky. It seems like all sorts of great things have been happening to her. Things only get better when Granny and Grandpa send money for tickets to the newest hit feature --- "Batcat." However, when Lola's luck takes a turn for the worse, she worries that she may never be lucky again.
Today is Lotta's birthday and Lola wants to get her a very special present. They've given Lola some coins and they take her to the store, along with Charlie, to pick out a present. Lola has some imaginative ideas for presents --- but Charlie helps her out, reminding her that a good present is one Lotta can actually use and the present must be something that actually exists. So much for Lola's ideas of a "musical skipping rope" or wings for her to fly with. Lola eventually stumbles upon a great idea --- a doctor's kit --- but trouble arises when Lola wants to use the present for herself.Watch Now:Amazon
Lola is going on a trip to her friend Lotta's. She's a heavy packer and wants to take all sorts of things, despite Charlie's insistences that all of the stuff won't fit and that she needs to get going. Lola eventually reaches Lotta's, but then realizes that she left her stuff at home. She and Lotta come up with an imaginative new way to play their Cinderella game, while Charlie and Marv use their imaginations to come up with a solution after their toy car racing plans are initially spoiled by a piece of missing track.Watch Now:Amazon
You have to be quiet when you're in a library. But that's very hard for Lola when she can't find her favourite book, 'Beetles, Bugs and Butterflies'Watch Now:Amazon
Charlie and Marv have been assigned to put on a show about the planets and perform music. Charlie has been practicing on his clarinet, while Marv can use his keyboard to create all sorts of neat noises. Lola wants to join in too, but she doesn't know how to play an instrument and she wasn't selected. Charlie tells her that he's sure there'll be a time when she's selected for her class, but Lola wants to play music now. Then, Charlie gets a bright idea as to how she might be able to play some music.Watch Now:Amazon
Lola and Lotta have got a pretend shop that sells everything. They're having great fun until they accidentally sell Charlie's swimming goggles to Morten, their only customer. Charlie wants his goggles back immediately, but Morten doesn't want to swap the goggles for anything.Watch Now:Amazon
Lola absolutely loves her shiny red shoes. But she can't find them and when she finally does, it turns out they're too small for her. Lola absolutely does not want to give up her shiny, bouncy shoes, but she may not have a choice...
Charlie is excited about an upcoming broadcast of one of his favourite TV shows, Space Family Hudson, but he's only allowed to watch it if he and Lola complete their chores. Though the chores are somewhat small in nature, there are several of them, so Charlie puts them both on a tight schedule. Lola, however, seems to be more interested in messing about, though she claims her fun helps them to get the chores done better.Watch Now:Amazon
Lola has found a new game to play --- spying --- observing things and pretending to write them down. While Charlie plays soccer with Marv, she does some "spying" with her imaginary friend Soren Lorensen and learns someone is moving in next door. Soren Lorensen thinks that it might be an ogre, but Lola has a different idea after seeing a name on an envelope.
Lola and Lotta are practising their song for the school concert when Lola gets a fit of the hiccups. At first it's very funny, but soon she just wants her hiccups to go away. Everyone tries to help Lola get rid of her hiccups, but will they go before the big performance?
Fun and adventures with Charlie and his excitable four-year-old sister Lola. Lola is a very fussy eater, so Charlie shows her how tasty food can beWatch Now:Amazon
Lola and Lotta are adopting a panda and decide to raise money by getting sponsored to do difficult things. Charlie will balance an apple on his head, Marv will stand on one leg, Lotta is going to skip and Lola hop. Then Lola wakes up ill and Mum says she has to stay in bed. How will she save a panda now?Watch Now:Amazon
Charlie and Lola's parents want them to clean their room. Charlie thinks this is a very good idea as there's so much stuff strewn about that it's hard to move around. Lola, however, feels that things in the room are not "untidy," they're merely "spread out." Charlie tries to show Lola how much easier it would be to find things if they were put away properly. Lola doesn't want to move anything, but she begins to reconsider when Charlie moves out.
Playing Piggy in the Middle is fun, but you need other people. Charlie is going out and Lotta has a cold. So Lola has no one to play with - until she remembers her imaginary friend Soren Lorenson.Watch Now:Amazon
When Lola finds Charlie and Marv studying Spanish, she asks them all sorts of questions about foreign countries. She wants to know how to get to them, what they eat there, what music they play and more. Then, together with Soren Lorenson, she creates Lolaland. This imaginary new country is an island shaped like Lola's face and features famous landmarks such as the Leaning Tower of Pisa and Big Ben. It even has its own language --- Lola Language.
Lola and Lotta have always been best friends. They do lots of things together and have had many great times. When Lotta is assigned to watch over a new girl named Evie at school, Lola begins to worry that she has lost her friend. It seems like now Lotta and Evie are doing everything together. Charlie tries to reassure Lola that they are still friends, but Lola is worried that she has lost Lotta forever.
It's school picture day at Charlie and Lolas' school. Lola has a problem when it comes to picture --- it seems that no matter what, she always ends up getting messy. She's determined this time, though, to stay clean and vows to Charlie that she can do it. But when she gets to school, this vow turns out to be much more difficult than she thought. Charlie, however, has an imaginative idea on how to create the perfect picture.Watch Now:Amazon
Lola is becoming frustrated with the reading, writing and counting she is learning at school. She's ready to give up, but Charlie doesn't think it's such a good idea. He does her best to convince her as to why it would be a good idea to learn these things. He helps her by reminding her of something that she wasn't good at, but got better by practising.Watch Now:Amazon
Lola and Lotta both love their tricycles but when Lotta is given her big cousin's bike. Now, Lola wants a big bike too! She gets Charlie's old one and is delighted. But when Lola gets to the park, she discovers that Lotta has taken her stabilisers off. Lola has to learn to ride without stabilisers too, and it's not as easy as it looks!Watch Now:Amazon
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