Creature Comforts is a plasticine animation by Aardman studios. It features various creatures who are interviewed about a different topic each episode. But the voices are not those of the creatures, it's the people of Britain. Members of the British public were interviewed about different topics, and then the animation of the animals is created to the voice. The result is a funny show which provides the viewer with many different opinions and views on a variety of topics.
A mole describes how a leak can dampen spirits.Watch Now:Amazon
What do Aliens think of our planet? And is it OK to kiss the postman? Mrs Green has been a UK resident for over eighteen years, and believes that there is nothing to gain from destroying the human race. She prefers people to communicate with her on an emotional level rather than intellectual level, whilst her mother enjoys pouring tea from a silver teapot during University Challenge.
Pigs and police horses talk about what gets on their nerves.
A slug attempts to do its finest impression of a chicken.
Christmas from the animals that make it happen. As the offspring of two renowned urban "tweeters", it was only natural that Charlie should follow in the great family tradition. Like many precocious youngsters, Charlie loves showing off his seven octave range, and thinks he could serenade anyone to sleep - even himself!Watch Now:Amazon
A grab bag of nature's finest speculate on where they come from. The Rudges try to avoid sunburn by taking a dip in the pool at least twice a day. They enjoy England and can adapt to whatever nature throws at them, but lack of personal space can cause nerves to fray - especially when Andrew gets hungry.
A rabbit reveals his never ending quest for breeding perfection. Whilst a Shetland pony shows-off a tidy set of hooves to impress his girlfriends, a competitive pig thinks that good losers are losers, and a chicken casts aspersions on the quality of the duck eggs.Watch Now:Amazon
A Soft-centered collection of misty-eyed romantics reveal the art of seduction and the perils of falling in love.Watch Now:Amazon
Potential pets face their fear of being left on the shelf. Oscar is always on the go, and regards sleep as one of his favourite pastimes behind walking slowly, and pretending to be a strange looking rock. Just before embarking on one of his legendary siestathons, Oscar revealed that his biggest fear is being shut in a small space.
Working animals talk about their careers and things that have happened during their jobs. Animals interviewed include lab rats who fear retirement, Pickles the Dog, and a cockroach who multi-tasks.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Nocturnal critters shed light on what happens on the night-shift.Watch Now:Amazon
Pampered pets pontificate on the pitfalls of personal grooming.Watch Now:Amazon
Our feathered friends reveal the ups and downs of life in the air. Trixie and Captain Cuddlepuss are primarily sofa inhabitants who find their domestic arrangement entirely satisfactory. Captain Cuddlepuss has a penchant for fress chicken served on a hand painted Chinese saucer - best enjoyed whilst Trixie is side-stepping the dog mess on her daily constitutional around the local civic grounds.Watch Now:Amazon
Who visited your dustbin last night? Spanner and Trousers are eco warriors who enjoy eating liberated food under railway bridges. Trousers classes himself as rich in knowledge and doesn't believe in biting people, and Spanner will only let strange women pet him.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Have you ever wondered how a seagull feels when it’s young leave the nest? Or how a monkey copes with teething? Or what happens when an amoeba argues with its Mum and Dad?
A Wrestling Mouse demonstrates the best way to land safely!Watch Now:Amazon
The animals discuss the Monarchy.
An itchy-footed meerkat, a giraffe without a working permit, a hyperactive ostrich, a territorial gorilla, a confused lion, a forgetful baboon and a lazy hippo, reveal what goes on behind the fences of a Safari Park.
Coastal creatures rub up against the summer hordes. Terry loves the sea and needs little encouragement to have a good old fashioned splash around. Having recently washed up on these shores after a short trip to South America, he can confidently state that the English Sea is much more refreshing than the foreign one.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
The animals talk about how they spend Christmas. Including how Hamsters cope with indegestion, and why dogs hate wearing Christmas hats.