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About Waybuloo

So what is Buloo and Waybuloo?

When the Piplings are feeling happy, they have a moment of "Buloo", this is when they just float off the ground.

When all the Piplings (Nok Tok, Yojojo, De Li and Lau Lau ) are very happy together they rise and float up into the blue sky…this is known as "Waybuloo".

De Li is a female character and she has a bright pink body with large blue eyes and small ears (like a cat). De Li is a little shy and loves gardening.

Nok Tok has a blue body, brown eyes and small round ears on top of his head (like a bear). Nok Tok loves mending and building things in his workshop.

Lau Lau, she has a lilac body, very big green eyes and long ears (like a rabbit). Lau Lau loves to paint and do yogo exercises.

Yojojo has large blue eyes and a yellow body, with round ears on the side of his head – (very much like a monkey). Yojojo is the youngest of the Piplings and loves playing Pipling pipes and drums.

Nara – the Magical Land of happiness and laughter

The home of the Piplings is a magical land called Nara. It’s a really beautiful green land with plenty of trees and plants. In Nara, the sky is blue and there are mossy banks and trickling water streams. Each one of the Piplings live in a pod. "Cheebies" (these are real children) can visit Nara and play with the Piplings.



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More On Waybuloo 

Waybuloo is a pre-school children's television series, and entered our air waves on CBeebies in May 09. The creators of Waybuloo describe it as "...a philosophy for a happy life, and is like nothing children will have ever seen before".

The four computer generated Piplings with their cute big heads and big eyes make up the main characters, in the second half of each 20 minute show the Piplings are joined by "cheebies" - that is real children. The Piplings practise yogo, a gentle form of exercise similar to yoga so that the viewers and their parents can join in.