Doodle Do (partially found British children's TV series; 2006-2010)

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Dib-Dab, Stick and Scribble, the show's main characters.

Status: Partially Found

Doodle Do is a British pre-school series which aired on Cbeebies from 2006 to 2010.

The Show

Each episode features Chris Corcoran (a Welsh comedian and radio broadcaster playing himself) teaching Dib-Dab, Stick and Scribble (three puppets made out of knitted gloves) how to make various arts and crafts. The show was aimed at young children and most of the crafts were designed to be as cheap and easy as possible, usually using materials which the average household would have lying around.

Recurring sections included the sandworms (two worms who lived in a pirate's chest and used their trails to draw pictures in the sand) and sections featuring real-life children trying this week's craft. The show was also known for commonly featuring original songs, most of which were performed at the end of their respective episodes.


At least 46 episodes of Doodle Do were made, the details of which are still available on the BBC's website.[1]

On July 2020, YouTube channel "Media Recoverer" uploaded the episode "Jelly Fish", the first to be publicly uncovered. Between November 2020 and February 2021, they went on to upload the episodes "Blowing Pictures", "Paint 'n' Peel Pictures", "Dipping Pictures", "Winter Special", "Beach Picture", "Gravity Dribble Picture", "Colour Snap Cards", "Salt Water Dough", "Spiders Web", "Streamer Flag", "Treasure Box" and "Paper Plate Kite".

During December 2020, the YouTube channel "90s Kids TV Fan" announced in the comments of Media Recoverer's videos that they had multiple episodes of Doodle Do on a VHS tape and would upload them as well. They uploaded eight full episodes ("Circle Painting", "Tissue Paper Stained Glass", "Spray and Splatter", "Handprint Fish", "Envelope Puppets", "Rainstick", "Foil Sculptures" and "Finger Painting Prints"), as well as part of the episode "Cup and Ball Game" and another copy of "Jelly Fish".

In January 2021, the YouTube channel "VHS dump" uploaded the episode "Animals Out of Pebbles". According to a comment made by them on their video, they claim to have copies of every episode of Doodle Do, though it is unknown if they have plans to upload them.


# Episode Title Status
01 Box Snake Lost
02 Handprint Fish Found
03 Envelope Puppets Found
04 Blowing Pictures Found
05 Paper Plate Kite Found
06 Gravity Dribble Picture Found
07 Headband Decoration Lost
08 Envelope Puppets Lost
09 Colour Snap Cards Found
10 Box Building Blocks Lost
11 Bottle Faces Lost
12 Treasure Box Found
13 Rainstick Found
14 Foil Sculptures Found
15 Finger Painting Prints Found
16 Bird Feeder Lost
17 Jelly Fish Found
18 Funny Wig Lost
19 Nature Collage Lost
20 Ice Cube Drawing Lost
21 Wheelie Pictures Lost
22 Textured Collage Lost
23 Paper Plate Crowns Lost
24 Ball Biscuit Tin Lost
25 Box Vehicles Lost
26 Bubble Print Picture Frame Lost
27 Animals Out of Pebbles Found
28 Paint 'n' Peel Pictures Found
29 Circle Painting Found
30 Parrots on a Perch Lost
31 Tissue Paper Stained Glass Found
32 Chalk Smudge Pictures Lost
33 Paper Plate Masks Lost
34 Cup Cake Flowers Lost
35 Streamer Flag Found
36 Cup and Ball Game Partially Found
37 Dipping Pictures Found
38 Tissue Paper Watercolour Lost
39 Winter Special Found
40 Tissue Box Clown Shoes Lost
41 Egg Box Animals Lost
42 Spray and Splatter Found
43 Handwipe Butterflies Lost
44 Beach Picture Found
45 Salt Water Dough Found
46 Spiders Web Found