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The children play a going up and going down game
Going Up and Going Down

Number

293

Air Date

8 December 1999

Director

Vic Finch

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A voice trumpet rises and Laa-Laa and Dipsy play a going up and going down game on the hill. They then watch some children play a going up and going down game. Then, the windmill spins and the Teletubbies watch the Three Ships before it is time for Tubby Bye Bye.

Featuring: The Children of Mortimer and Laygate Primary Schools, South Shields, Tyne & Wear

Plot (US American Version)

Dipsy and Laa Laa play a going up and going down game on the hill before watching some children play a going up and going down game. Back in Teletubbyland, Tinky Winky looks for Po before the sun happily giggles for Tubby Bye Bye.

Trivia

  • Laa Laa was the missing teletubby in both versions.
  • Tinky Winky was the boo shouter in both versions.
  • This episode appears on the "Time to Dance!" DVD, but with additional commentary/onscreen notes explaining how each aspect of the series ties to a child's basic motor skills. This version of the episode is referred to as "Understanding Teletubbies" on the DVD.
  • The UK Version has The Three Ships. The US Version (as seen on Understanding Teletubbies) has no magical event.
  • In the US Version (as seen on Understanding Teletubbies), The Three Ships is replaced by Tinky Winky Looking for Po.

Watch Episode

★Teletubbies classic ★ English Episodes ★ Going Up & Going Down ★ Full Episode (S12E293) HD

★Teletubbies classic ★ English Episodes ★ Going Up & Going Down ★ Full Episode (S12E293) HD

UK Version

Teletubbies - Going Up and Going Down (US Version)

Teletubbies - Going Up and Going Down (US Version)

US Version Broadcast on PBS Kids (10th Anniversary Era 2007-2008)

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