Here are my sheep
Little Bo Peep - Sitting on the hill

Little Bo Peep is one of the seven Magical Events and one of the most rarely seen. It features Little Bo Peep, a shepherdess with a very posh accent and her sheep with very thick cockney accents.

The event was the last one made as the other six Magical Events were shown in the first 11 episodes of Teletubbies while this Magical Event wasn't shown until the 245th episode which aired when Teletubbies was at it's halfway mark.

This is the longest Magic Event, and unlike other Magical Events, this one uses stop-motion animation instead of computer-generated animation.

Little Bo Peep appears in some various episodes. They are:


The sketch starts with the Magic Windmill spinning. The Teletubbies then arrive silently at the Magic Event place in Teletubbyland while the windmill is still heard spinning. The Sun Baby starts to giggle.

This event is very different from other events as there is no sound indicating what is about to happen. Instead, the Teletubbies look around and see 8 clouds in the sky, floating to the right while the 'Teletubbies cloud tune' plays. There is then a quick close up of the clouds. The Teletubbies giggle quietly as they follow the clouds. After another close up of the clouds, the Teletubbies then sit down on a hill. A new piano tune plays and in another close up, the clouds float by and suddenly, sheep sounds are heard and black heads and legs form in the clouds. The clouds then turn into sheep and one small cloud turns into a white lamb. The 8 sheep float across the sky and then float and land on the ground, forming a line, with the biggest sheep at the top and the little lamb at the end. The excited Teletubbies then giggle and laugh after seeing the sheep land.

The sheep begin to explore Teletubbyland with the little lamb slowly following behind. Then a voice in the middle of nowhere says, 'Oh, where, oh, where are my sheep?' Little Bo Peep comes floating down from the sky and lands into Teletubbyland. She says 'Hello!' and starts to sing about how she's lost her sheep and doesn't know where to find them. So she searches for her sheep around Teletubbyland. The sheep also sing too. The little lamb follows behind and starts blowing raspberries over the hills. The sheep hide behind some hills as Little Bo Peep looks around. After a while, the sheep come back to Little Bo Peep. Then she sings about how she's found her sheep. Little Bo Peep says 'Bye-Bye' and floats back up into the sky with the sheep and little lamb following behind. Once they've completely disappeared, the windmill stops spinning or the Sun Baby giggles.

Song Lyrics

Little Bo Peep: I'm Little Bo Peep, I've lost my sheep. I don't know where to find them. I'll leave them alone, and they'll come home, wagging their tails behind them.

Sheep: We are the sheep, we are the sheep. We are the sheep and here we are, now we are the sheep, we are the sheep. We are, we are the sheep.

Little Bo Peep: I'm Little Bo Peep, I've lost my sheep. I don't know where to find them.

Sheep: Leave them alone, and they'll come home, wagging their tails behind them.

Little Bo Peep: I'm Little Bo Peep, and here are my sheep. I'm ever so glad I've found them. I left them alone an they came home, wagging their tails behind them.


Teletubbies Magical Event Little Bo Peep - Clip

Teletubbies Magical Event Little Bo Peep - Clip



  • When Little Bo Peep and the sheep float down and back up into the sky, they are controlled by strings. When they move around Teletubbyland, stop motion is used.
  • The voice actors behind Little Bo Peep and the sheep are unknown! Since the credits at the end of the episodes do not feature any additional voices.
  • This is the only Magical Event to feature the Teletubbies' mid 1998 - early 1999 costumes.
  • When the Teletubbies laugh after the sheep have landed in Teletubbyland, their laughing is re-used audio from the Tubby Custard Flood segment in Trickle Painting.
  • In the foreign language dubs of the sketch. Little Bo Peep is either voiced by a man or woman. However, unlike the Lion and Bear where the Bear has a straight up man's voice in some dubs, if Little Bo Peep is voiced by a man, the voice actor puts on a feminine voice.
  • Like the Lion and Bear, in most episodes Little Bo Peep happens straight after the TV Event since the event is long.
  • The scene of the Teletubbies looking at the clouds is the same scene of them looking around in the Lion and Bear.
  • In Catherine's Toy Farm and Girl in the Back Garden, the Tubby Bye-Bye voice trumpet rises straight after Little Bo Peep and the sheep disappear.
  • In Puppies and Girl in the Back Garden, the Teletubbies giggle when they arrive at the Magical Event hill. (It's the same giggle sounds from the Edited Sketch of the Lion and Bear)
  • Similar to some sketches like the Lion and the Bear (original), Dancing Bear, or the Magic House, the Teletubbies' bottoms don't make noise when they sit down on the hill. However in Girl in the Back Garden, their bottoms do make noise.
  • This is the only magic event that doesn't use CGI, though the Lion and Bear are not CGI, there are certain scenes where they are CGI (see The Lion and Bear page).
  • In Puppies, the Magic Windmill stops spinning and then the Teletubbies do the Round and Round Dance.


  • In the scene where Little Bo Peep finds her sheep hiding behind the hills, the Windmill is in the background leaned over and covered up.
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