https://web.archive.org/web/20050827233848/http://pbskids.org/boohbah/boohbah.html This website first existed in 2003 but it got taken down in 2012, since then you can play the games on the wayback machine.
Have you played the Boohbah game? http://danryckert.eu/ ► Subscribe to Boohbah: http://bit.ly/249NMFW A British exercise show for toddlers from the creators of Teletubbies. Designed to be interactive, Boohbah encourages children to move, dance and create stories while exploring science, technology and fantasy.
Boohbah Wiggle and Giggle PC game by Ragdoll Limited, 2004
lol me on the weird boohbah website again :o...
This is basically Flutterwings and Lady B playing the Boohbah game "Pearly Shells" on Wayback Machine while waiting to go to the zoo. Just a mini vlog
i rap at the end haha
Segment On Some Of The Episodes And On Every Boohbah DVD
Sub to the Book Club for FREE -----► https://goo.gl/QDQ1QN 📚 🎅 SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/ZDKm2V The series focuses on the Boohbahs: five plump, fuzzy, furry, gumdrop-shaped creatures played by actors in full-body costumes. Their fur sparkles and shimmers with tiny lights, and they are hairless with big eyes and rows of lights for eyebrows. They do not speak; instead, they make noises such as squeaks, squeals, "poofs", and clicks. The Boohbahs can retract their heads into their furry necks. Each Boohbah is a different colour. A list of the Boohbahs is available below. Humbah, portrayed by Emma Insley, is a yellow Boohbah. Zumbah, portrayed by Alex Poulter, is a purple Boohbah. Zing Zing Zingbah, portrayed by Cal Jaggers, is an orange Boohbah. Jumbah, portrayed by Phil Hayes, is a blue Boohbah. Jingbah, portrayed by Laura Pero, is a pink Boohbah. The Boohbahs can fly; part of their routine is to assemble into a circle, holding hands like skydivers. Each then emits a different musical note as a flash of coloured light (matching the Boohbah's colour) is sent out from their heads to a central point. The Boohbahs were designed and made by costume and creature designer, Vin Burnham. The costumes consist of, according to a Telegraph article on the show, "thousands of differently coloured ruffled bits of material hand-painted with a special reflective substance, [and] wired up with 500 tiny lights", are inflated, and include what appear to be radio-controlled eyes, head, and eyebrows. Storypeople The Storypeople are a diverse group of familial characters who inhabit Storyworld and there participate in various vignettes inspired by the presents (see below). They are: Grandmamma (Linda Kerr-Scott) – An elderly yet spry Caucasian woman. She has white banana hair and wears a dark pink housedress, white sweater, white socks, and red sneakers. Grandpappa (Robin Stevens) – An elderly yet spry Caucasian man. He has white hair and a white moustache; he wears a long-sleeved yellow shirt, dark gray slacks, red braces, and white trainers. Mrs. Lady (Harvey Virdi) – A heavyset Indian woman. She has dark hair and wears a loose light blue blouse, loose bright pink pants, and pink sneakers. Mr. Man (Mark Ramsey) – A husky black man. He is bald and wears a short-sleeved bright pink shirt, white trousers, and black trainers. Brother (Manuel Bravo) and Sister (Vee Vimolmal) – Always paired, they both appear to be in their late teens. Brother: A Latino boy with short black hair; he wears a bright blue T-shirt, bright red knee-length shorts, and white trainers with pink laces. Sister: A Thai girl with hip-length black hair in a long ponytail; she wears a bright red T-shirt, bright blue capri pants, and white trainers with pink laces. Auntie (Sachi Kimura) – A Japanese woman. She has short black hair and wears a long-sleeved lavender blouse, black trousers, lavender socks, and black shoes. Little Dog Fido (Dash) – A Jack Russell Terrier. He wears a red collar. The Storypeople do not speak. (When Little Dog Fido appears, he gives an "arf!") Though they sometimes exhibit frustration or confusion, the Storypeople rarely, if ever, appear upset or sad. The Storyworld segments are narrated by actor Chris Langham. In each episode the Storypeople magically receive an object sent to them by a child or group of children. Vignettes Each episode follows the same sequence of events. This is: Opening title. The Boohball flies over at least two out of 15 different countries (Three in the American version) (Australia, China, Ecuador, Egypt, France, Germany, India, Jamaica, Japan, Namibia, Russia, South Africa, Spain, United Kingdom, United States). Arrival of the Boohbahs. After the Boohball finishes its flight, it hits a patch of grass, in turn forming a rainbow spiral. As we follow the Boohball's path, the show's title appears, and we begin to ascend upward. We then go inside the Boohball and discover what appears to be five creatures sleeping in hammock-esque pods. As we come across each creature sleeping in its pod, the pods begin to spin around each other, and we are introduced to the Boohbahs ("Humbah - Zumbah - Zing Zing Zingbah - Jumbah - Jingbah") as children voiceovers wake them up by saying their names. When each Boohbah's name is called, its head pops up, and they move their eyes while making a clicking sound. After each Boohbah has awakened, they all struggle themselves out of their pod while expelling air. The children call out "Booh!", which in turn sends the Boohbahs out of the Boohball and into a large dome-like area called the Boohzone. They send out a coloured musical note ♡SUB4SUB♡►► https://goo.gl/T6fR31 https://www.SOUNDBOOKSFUNTOYS.COM
Tone up with some Boohbah twists, and have fun hiding in a line. In Storyworld, Brother and Sister find some Shells on the seashore. Can they spot the special Shells and winkle out what’s inside?