Rosie and Jim (sometimes written as Rosie & Jim) is a British children's television programme produced by Ragdoll Productions and aired on ITV from 3 September 1990 to 10 March 2000, and on PBS from 5 September 1992 to 31 March 2001. The programme continued to be repeated periodically on CITV until August 2004. In January 2013, CITV reran the episode Locks as part of the channel's 30th anniversary.

Rosie and Jim
Rosie and Jim.jpg
Jim (left) and Rosie (right)
Created byJohn Cunliffe
Anne Wood
Robin Stevens
Presented byJohn Cunliffe (Series 1–2)
Pat Hutchins (Series 3–4)
Neil Brewer (Series 5–8)
StarringRebecca Nagan
Robin Stevens
John Cunliffe
Pat Hutchins
Neil Brewer
Music byAndrew McCrorie-Shand
Robert Hartley
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons8
No. of episodes175
Production
Running timeSeries 1–2: 15 minutes
Series 3–8: 11 minutes
Production company(s)Ragdoll Productions
Central Independent Television (1990–1996)
Carlton UK Productions (1996–1998)
United Productions (1998–2000)
Release
Original networkITV Network (CITV)
Original release3 September 1990 (1990-09-03) –
10 March 2000 (2000-03-10)
External links
Website

StoryEdit

Rosie and Jim are two rag dolls who live aboard a narrowboat called the Ragdoll, which is from Birmingham. There, they sit with a concertina on their lap, and come alive when no one is looking to explore the world that they pass by on the canal. They learn to experience things by following the Ragdoll's owner on his or her adventures, and secretly joining in with them. Usually they end up causing trouble, but they are never detected because no one ever sees them.

CharactersEdit

RosieEdit

Rosie (puppeteered and voiced by Rebecca Nagan) is the female rag doll. In their adventures, she carries a bag that has her name written on it. She wears a yellow dress and has long shaggy black hair. She is often heard referring to the boat driver as "fizzgog" (John Cunliffe), "loopy lobes" (or just "loopy"; Pat Hutchins) and "tootle" (Neil Brewer). She calls Jim "Noggin". Her skin colour changed from white to black over the course of the series.

JimEdit

Jim (puppeteered and voiced by Robin Stevens) is the male rag doll. In their adventures, he can be seen carrying a note book, in which he sometimes draws things that he has seen. He has short red hair and wears light brown trousers, a shirt with a red scarf, and a brown waistcoat. He also refers to the boat driver as "fizzgog", "loopy lobes" and "tootle". The shade of his skin has changed slightly throughout the series.

DuckEdit

Duck sits on top of the Ragdoll boat and can be heard quacking when there are no humans around so that both Rosie and Jim know that the coast is clear. During many episodes, either Rosie or Jim can be seen kissing the duck.

Narrowboat ownersEdit

Rosie and Jim's home is the narrowboat Ragdoll. Throughout its run the boat was acquired by three owners, each one playing a role according to their profession.

An author who writes stories about Rosie and Jim based upon his own everyday outings. Cunliffe was the only presenter to break the fourth wall, delivering pieces to camera and narration throughout every episode, which ended with a self-penned short cutout animated story done by Alan Rogers and Peter Lang (Pigeon Street).

An illustrator who creates pictures, gathering ideas from her adventures. Each episode would start with Pat finishing a drawing of Rosie and Jim and end with an illustration, again by Pat, based upon the episode. At the end of each episode, Duck would be hidden in the picture, with Rosie and Jim trying to find him. Pat also illustrated the books and art work for the videos between 1994 and 1996.

A singer and musician who plays the harmonica and the concertina. Neil would begin each episode looking for his harmonica followed by Rosie and Jim talking about and introducing him. Brewer would often end each episode with a song played on his concertina; prompted by Rosie and Jim who would leave the instrument for him to play, next to Duck. At the end of each episode, the rag dolls would often join in with the song, unknown to Neil. Brewer became the longest serving owner of the boat and was the only one to star in a live theatre tour of the show in 2000.

Following the boat's redundancy from Ragdoll Productions, it is no longer on display to the public.

Series 1 (1990–1991) John CunliffeEdit

  • 1. Locks – 3 September 1990
  • 2. Painting – 10 September 1990
  • 3. Supermarket – 17 September 1990 – John travels to Merry Hill Shopping Centre to shop at Sainsbury's
  • 4. Tunnel – 24 September 1990 - John takes the Ragdoll along the Netherton Tunnel Branch Canal.
  • 5. Horse Towing – 1 October 1990
  • 6. Glass – 8 October 1990 - John travels to Stourbridge to see how Glass is made
  • 7. Boat Building – 15 October 1990
  • 8. Washing – 22 October 1990 - John travels to Quarry Bank to visit The Washateria to do his Laundry
  • 9. Coal – 29 October 1990
  • 10. Clipping – 5 November 1990
  • 11. Falcons – 12 November 1990
  • 12. Woollen Mill – 19 November 1990
  • 13. Bread – 26 November 1990
  • 14. Shopping – 3 December 1990 - John travels to Tewkesbury to shop at The Dainty Morsel and later have a picnic
  • 15. Weaving – 10 December 1990 - John travels to Upton-Upon-Severn to visit Midsummer Weavers
  • 16. Ferry – 17 December 1990 - John travels to Evesham to ride on Hampton Ferry
  • 17. Milking – 7 January 1991
  • 18. Sailing – 14 January 1991
  • 19. Steam – 21 January 1991
  • 20. Abbey – 28 January 1991 - John travels to Tewkesbury to visit Tewkesbury Abbey
  • 21. Breakdown – 4 February 1991
  • 22. Pottery – 11 February 1991 - John travels to Pershore to visit a Pottery
  • 23. Fairground – 18 February 1991 – John travels along the River Severn through Worcester to Stourport
  • 24. Letters – 25 February 1991
  • 25. Finding the Way – 4 March 1991 - John travels along the River Severn through Worcester then he goes to Ragley Hall in Alcester to a maze

Series 2 (1991–1992) John CunliffeEdit

Series 3 (1994) Pat HutchinsEdit

  • 51. Radio Station - 3 January 1994
  • 52. Babies - 4 January 1994
  • 53. Steam Train - 5 January 1994
  • 54. Barn Owl - 6 January 1994
  • 55. Gingerbread Man - 7 January 1994
  • 56. Musical Instruments - 10 January 1994
  • 57. Flower Baskets - 11 January 1994
  • 58. Duck Gets Lost - 12 January 1994
  • 59. Ten Pin Bowling - 13 January 1994
  • 60. Sneezes - 14 January 1994
  • 61. Digging For Potatoes - 17 January 1994
  • 62. Pony Riding - 18 January 1994
  • 63. Lovely Bananas - 19 January 1994
  • 64. Splish Splash Splosh - 20 January 1994
  • 65. Down on the Farm - 21 January 1994
  • 66. The Hat Factory - 24 January 1994
  • 67. The Disappearing Sausages - 25 January 1994
  • 68. Soapy Duck - 26 January 1994
  • 69. Bouncy Castles - 27 January 1994
  • 70. A Special Dance - 28 January 1994
  • 71. Flood on the Boat - 31 January 1994
  • 72. The Shoemaker - 1 February 1994
  • 73. Scarecrow - 2 February 1994
  • 74. Roller Skating - 3 February 1994
  • 75. Stars at Night - 4 February 1994

Series 4 (1996) Pat HutchinsEdit

  • 76. Acrobats – 12 January 1996 - Pat Hutchins Visits a Circus in Stratford Upon Avon
  • 77. Earrings – 19 January 1996
  • 78. The Best Boat in the World – 26 January 1996 - Pat Hutchins visits Stratford Upon Avon to have a ride in a Gondala
  • 79. Mouse on the Boat – 2 February 1996
  • 80. Floating Restaurant – 9 February 1996
  • 81. On Safari – 16 February 1996
  • 82. Exercise – 23 February 1996
  • 83. Little Lost Kitten – 1 March 1996
  • 84. Stripes – 8 March 1996
  • 85. Magical Lights – 15 March 1996 - Pat Hutchins has been invited by the Lord Mayor of the town to help turn on the Christmas lights
  • 86. Making Pizza – 22 March 1996
  • 87. Shop Window – 29 March 1996
  • 88. Visiting the Vet – 5 April 1996
  • 89. Bus Ride – 12 April 1996
  • 90. Dog Training – 19 April 1996
  • 91. Winning the Race – 26 April 1996
  • 92. The Milkman – 3 May 1996
  • 93. Ballroom Dancing – 10 May 1996
  • 94. The Umbrella Factory – 17 May 1996
  • 95. Sleepy Baby – 24 May 1996 – Pat Hutchins looks after a baby on her last day of owning the Ragdoll boat before being replaced by Neil Brewer

Series 5 (1997) Neil BrewerEdit

  • 96. Harmonica – 6 January 1997
  • 97. Spring Cleaning – 10 January 1997
  • 98. Water Skiing – 13 January 1997
  • 99. Cake – 17 January 1997
  • 100. Sing Song – 20 January 1997
  • 101. Pony And Trap – 24 January 1997
  • 102. Ducks – 27 January 1997
  • 103. Football – 31 January 1997
  • 104. Chimney Sweep – 3 February 1997
  • 105. Windy Day – 7 February 1997
  • 106. Chair – 10 February 1997
  • 107. Kites – 14 February 1997
  • 108. Tailor – 17 February 1997
  • 109. Hot Air Balloon – 21 February 1997
  • 110. Bike Ride – 24 February 1997
  • 111. Parrot – 28 February 1997
  • 112. Beach – 3 March 1997
  • 113. Roundabout – 7 March 1997
  • 114. Mattress – 10 March 1997
  • 115. Theatre – 14 March 1997

Series 6 (1998) Neil BrewerEdit

  • 116. Noodles – 5 January 1998
  • 117. Pigeons – 9 January 1998 - Neil Brewer visits Trafalgar Square in London to meet some Pigeons
  • 118. Camping – 12 January 1998
  • 119. Big Ben – 16 January 1998 – Neil Brewer visits Big Ben in Westminster, London
  • 120. Golf – 19 January 1998
  • 121. Tower Of London – 23 January 1998
  • 122. Newspaper – 26 January 1998
  • 123. Waterslide – 30 January 1998
  • 124. Fish – 2 February 1998
  • 125. Stilts – 6 February 1998
  • 126. Diy – 9 February 1998
  • 127. Ketchup – 13 February 1998
  • 128. Lullaby – 16 February 1998
  • 129. Driftwood – 20 February 1998
  • 130. Tower Bridge – 23 February 1998
  • 131. Music Boat – 27 February 1998
  • 132. Recording Studio – 2 March 1998
  • 133. One Man Band – 6 March 1998
  • 134. Chinese Lion Dance – 9 March 1998
  • 135. Music Party – 13 March 1998

Series 7 (1999) Neil BrewerEdit

  • 136. Sticky Honey – 4 January 1999
  • 137. Chainmaking – 8 January 1999
  • 138. Shining Armour – 11 January 1999
  • 139. Naughty Little Frog – 15 January 1999
  • 140. Thatching – 18 January 1999
  • 141. Sailing Boat – 22 January 1999
  • 142. Drawing – 25 January 1999
  • 143. Disco – 29 January 1999
  • 144. Remote Control – 1 February 1999
  • 145. Keep Fit – 5 February 1999
  • 146. Dry Walling – 8 February 1999
  • 147. Baby Elephant – 12 February 1999
  • 148. Washing Day – 15 February 1999
  • 149. Lifeboat Rescue – 19 February 1999
  • 150. Knitting Factory – 22 February 1999
  • 151. Road Boat – 26 February 1999
  • 152. Line Dancing – 1 March 1999
  • 153. Wallpaper – 5 March 1999
  • 154. High Bar – 8 March 1999
  • 155. Riding Lesson – 12 March 1999

Series 8 (2000) Neil BrewerEdit

  • 156. Disappearing Duck – 3 January 2000
  • 157. Upside Down – 7 January 2000
  • 158. Where's My Wedding Ring – 10 January 2000
  • 159. Mother's Day – 14 January 2000
  • 160. Steel Band – 17 January 2000
  • 161. Disappearing Trousers – 21 January 2000
  • 162. Jumble Duck – 24 January 2000
  • 163. Flour Trail – 28 January 2000
  • 164. Birthday Party – 31 January 2000
  • 165. Lots Of Knots – 4 February 2000
  • 166. Flashing Fire Engine – 7 February 2000
  • 167. Amazing Teddy – 11 February 2000
  • 168. Rescue The Rubbish – 14 February 2000
  • 169. Water, Water Everywhere – 18 February 2000
  • 170. Hop To The Hospital – 21 February 2000
  • 171. Lazy Day – 25 February 2000
  • 172. The Window Cleaner – 28 February 2000
  • 173. Little Ducklings – 3 March 2000
  • 174. Runaway Roller Blades – 6 March 2000
  • 175. The Magic Show – 10 March 2000

International BroadcastEdit

Home media releasesEdit

UK VHS releasesEdit

VHS Title Release Date Episodes
Rosie and Jim – Volume 1 (VC1156) 1 October 1990 Locks, Painting, Supermarket, Tunnel
Rosie and Jim – Sailing and Other Stories (VC1169) 4 February 1991 Sailing, Weaving, Milking, Breakdown
Rosie and Jim – Volume 2 (VC1202) 4 March 1991 Coal, Bread, Shopping, Steam
Rosie and Jim Video Fun Pack (TB0004) 5 August 1991 Abbey, Falcons
Rosie and Jim – Video and Book (TB1004) 28 October 1991 Pottery, Finding the Way, Letters, Fairground
Rosie and Jim – Butterflies and Other Stories (VC1221) 4 November 1991 Automata, Butterflies, Houses, Hair
Rosie and Jim Video Fun Pack – Abbey and Other Stories Re-Release (TB0004) 3 February 1992 Abbey, Falcons
Rosie and Jim – Washing and Other Stories (VC1224) 3 February 1992 Horse Towing, Glass, Boat Building, Washing
Learn to Read and Write with Rosie and Jim – Games and Songs (VC1239) 6 April 1992
Learn to Read and Write with Rosie and Jim – Stories and Rhymes (VC1240) 4 May 1992
Rosie and Jim – Small Animals and Other Stories (VC1252) 1 June 1992 School, Bricks, Small Animals, Hats
Children's Choice (VC1257) 1 June 1992 Clipping (Compilation VHS with 'Playbox' and 'Brum')
Learn with Rosie and Jim – Painting and Other Stories (LW0005) 1 June 1992 Locks, Painting
Rosie and Jim – Trees and Other Stories (VC1265) 5 October 1992 Hospital, Boat Painting, Trees, Sheepdog
Rosie and Jim – Waterworks and Other Stories (VC1280) 8 February 1993 Waterworks, Rope, Boat Festival, Coracle
Rosie and Jim – Flying and Other Stories (VC1298) 1 March 1993 Flying, Blacksmith, Brass, Shire Horses
Rosie and Jim – Sailing and Other Stories 1993 Re-Release (VC1291) 5 July 1993 Sailing, Weaving, Milking, Breakdown
Rosie and Jim – Bumper Special (Painting and Other Stories) (VC1301) 5 July 1993 Locks, Painting, Tunnel, Supermarket, Coal, Bread, Shopping
Rosie and Jim – Puppet Show and Other Stories (VC1305) 4 October 1993 Puppet Show, Eggs, Library, Shoes
Rosie and Jim – Woollen Mill and Other Stories (VC1306) 4 October 1993 Woollen Mill, Ferry, Clipping, Dredging
Rosie and Jim – Bumper Special (Fairground and Other Stories) (VC1331) 6 June 1994 Pottery, Finding The Way, Letters, Fairground, Abbey, Falcons, Steam
Rosie and Jim – (Rope and Boat Festival) (WP0031) 3 October 1994 Rope, Boat Festival
Rosie and Jim – Bumper Special (Hats and Other Stories) (VC1368) 7 November 1994 Automata, Butterflies, Houses, Hair, School, Bricks, Hats
Rosie and Jim – 2 Tapes on 1: Flying and Sailing and Other Stories (VC1387) 5 June 1995 Flying, Blacksmith, Brass, Shire Horses, Sailing, Weaving, Milking, Breakdown
Rosie and Jim – Bumper Special (Weaving and Other Stories) (30074 00453) 10 February 1996 Sailing, Weaving, Milking, Breakdown, Horse Towing, Glass, Boat Building, Washing
Rosie and Jim – Bumper Special (Shire Horses and Other Stories) (30074 00473) 11 March 1996 School, Bricks, Small Animals, Hats, Flying, Blacksmith, Brass, Shire Horses
Rosie and Jim – Bumper Special (Eggs and Other Stories) (30074 00483) 11 March 1996 Puppet Show, Eggs, Library, Shoes, Woollen Mill, Ferry, Clipping, Dredging
Rosie and Jim – Bumper Special (Sheepdog and Other Stories) (30074 00493) 15 April 1996 Waterworks, Rope, Boat Festival, Coracle, Hospital, Boat Painting, Trees, Sheepdog
Rosie and Jim – Bumper Special (Pottery and Other Stories) (30074 00503) 17 June 1996 Pottery, Finding the Way, Letters, Fairground, Automata, Butterflies, Houses, Hair
Rosie and Jim – Bumper Special (Locks and Other Stories) (30074 00513) 5 August 1996 Locks, Painting, Supermarket, Tunnel, Coal, Bread, Shopping, Steam
Rosie and Jim – Biggest and Best (30074 00803) 18 November 1996 Sailing, Weaving, Milking, Breakdown, Horse Towing, Glass, Boat Building, Washing, School, Bricks, Small Animals, Hats
Rosie and Jim – Biggest and Best 2 (30074 01193) Locks, Supermarket, Tunnel, Coal, Pottery, Bread, Abbey, Automata, Sheepdog, Boat Painting, Blacksmith, Trees
Rosie and Jim – Sheep Shearing and Other Stories (30074 90063) Sheep Shearing, Glass
Rosie and Jim – Falcons and Other Stories (30074 90073) Falcons, Horse Towing
Rosie and Jim – Gingerbread Man and Other Stories (VC1373) 6 February 1995 Radio Station, Babies, Steam Train, Barn Owl, Gingerbread Man
Rosie and Jim – Duck Gets Lost and Other Stories (VC1382) 3 April 1995 Musical Instruments, Flower Baskets, Duck Gets Lost, Ten Pin Bowling, Sneezes
Rosie and Jim – Lovely Bananas and Other Stories (VC1391) 3 July 1995 Digging for Potatoes, Pony Riding, Lovely Bananas, Splish Splash Splosh, Down on the Farm
Rosie and Jim – Bouncy Castles and Other Stories (VC1401) 4 September 1995 The Hat Factory, The Disappearing Sausages, Bouncy Castles, A Special Dance, Flood on the Boat
Rosie and Jim – The Disappearing Sausages and Other Stories (VC1402) 2 October 1995 Radio Station, Steam Train, Barn Owl, Musical Instruments, Ten-Pin Bowling, Splish, Splash, Splosh, Down On The Farm, The Disappearing Sausages, A Special Dance
Rosie and Jim – Soapy Duck and Other Stories (VC1409) 19 February 1996 Soapy Duck, Scarecrow, Roller Skating, The Shoemaker, Stars at Night
Rosie and Jim – On Safari (VC1417) 7 October 1996 On Safari, Exercise, Little Lost Kitten, Stripes, Making Pizza
Rosie and Jim – Acrobats (VC1415) 7 October 1996 Acrobats, Earrings, Gondola, Mouse, Floating Restaurant
My Little Rosie and Jim – Christmas Lights 4 November 1996
My Big Rosie and Jim – Chugging Along On The Old Ragdoll (VC1439) 17 March 1997 Shop Window, Visiting the Vet, Bus Ride (also the name of a Tots TV episode) Dog Training, Winning the Race, The Milkman, Ballroom Dancing, The Umbrella Factory, Magical Lights, Sleep Baby
Rosie and Jim – Spring Cleaning 23 February 1998 Spring Cleaning, Harmonica, Cake, Sing Song, Football
Rosie and Jim – Splish, Splash, Splosh 25 May 1998 Splish, Splash, Splosh, Floating Restaurant, The Milkman, Making Pizza, Soapy Duck, Lovely Bananas, Ballroom Dancing, Shop Window, Roller Skating, Exercise
Rosie and Jim – Water Skiing 12 April 1999 Water Skiing, Bike Ride, Gymnastic Jim, Down the Waterslide, Disco
Rosie and Jim – Music Party 5 July 1999 Music Boat, Recording Studio, One Man Band, Chinese Lion Dance, Music Party
Rosie and Jim – The Biggest Messes Ever 27 September 1999 Chimney Sweep, Do-It Yourself, Washing Day, Tomato Ketchup, Oodles of Noodles
Rosie and Jim – Fish Face and Other Animal Stories 1 November 1999 Fish Face, Baby Elephant's Bathtime, Pony and Trap, Naughty Little Frog, Riding Lesson
Rosie and Jim – Splash 19 February 2001 Washing Day, Baby Elephant's Bathtime, Down the Waterslide
Rosie and Jim – Bumper Special (Sticky Honey and Other Stories) 19 March 2001 Sticky Honey, Radio Control, Reeds on the Roof, A Jacket for Neil, Mother's Day, Theatre, A New Chair, Runaway Roller Blades, Rosie's Rocks, Where's the Wedding Ring?, Artists at Work
Rosie and Jim – Up and Away 6 August 2001 Hot Air Balloon, Riding Lesson, Bike Ride
Rosie and Jim – Big Ben Boing and Other Stories 2001 Big Ben, Window Cleaner, Tower Bridge, Tower of London, Armour, Pigeons
Rosie And Jim - Big Video Box 2001
Rosie And Jim - Classic Collection Volume One 2001
Rosie and Jim – Summer Fun and Other Stories 24 September 2001 Beach, Amazing Teddy, Golf, Stilts, Camping, Run, Neil Run
Rosie and Jim – Flashing Fire Engine 4 March 2002 Flashing Fire Engine, Sticky Stick Up, Water, Water Everywhere, Anchor and Chain, Lifeboat Rescue, Hop to the Hospital

Australian VHS releasesEdit

VHS Title Release Date Episodes
Rosie and Jim - Volume 1 - Locks, Painting, Supermarket and Tunnel (101701) 8 March 1999 Locks, Painting, Supermarket and Tunnel
Rosie and Jim - Volume 2 - Horse Towing, Glass, Boat Building and Washing (102143) 14 June 1999 Horse Towing, Glass, Boat Building and Washing
Rosie and Jim - Volume 3 - Coal, Clipping, Falcons and Woollen Mill (102095) 11 October 1999 Coal, Clipping, Falcons and Woollen Mill
Rosie and Jim - Volume 4 - Bread, Shopping, Weaving and Ferry (102439) 14 February 2000 Bread, Shopping, Weaving and Ferry
Rosie and Jim - Volume 5 - Milking, Sailing, Steam and Abbey (102661) 8 May 2000 Milking, Sailing, Steam and Abbey
Rosie and Jim - Volume 6 - Breakdown, Pottery, Fairground, Letters and Finding the Way (102641) 12 July 2000 Breakdown, Pottery, Fairground, Letters and Finding the Way
Rosie and Jim - Volume 7 - Automata, Butterflies, House and Hair (103018) 14 March 2001 Automata, Butterflies, House and Hair
Rosie and Jim - Volume 8 - School, Bricks, Small Animals and Hats (103020) 13 June 2001 School, Bricks, Small Animals and Hats
Rosie and Jim - Volume 9 - Hospital, Boat Painting, Sheepdog and Waterworks (103090) 3 September 2001 Hospital, Boat Painting, Sheepdog and Waterworks
Rosie and Jim - Volume 10 - Blacksmith, Library, Dredging and Rope (103411) 13 March 2002 Blacksmith, Library, Dredging and Rope
Rosie and Jim - Volume 11 - Trees, Shoes, Brass and Flying (103499) 19 June 2002 Trees, Shoes, Brass and Flying
Rosie and Jim - Volume 12 - Coracle, Puppet Show, Shire Horses, Eggs and Boat Festival (103632) 21 October 2002 Coracle, Puppet Show, Shire Horses, Eggs and Boat Festival
Rosie & Jim - Volume 13 - Radio Station, Babies, Steam Train, Barn Owl and Gingerbread Man (103900) 2 April 2003 Radio Station, Babies, Steam Train, Barn Owl and Gingerbread Man
Rosie & Jim - Volume 14 - Musical Instruments, Flower Baskets, Duck Gets Lost, Ten Pin Bowling and Sneezes (103901) 2 April 2003 Musical Instruments, Flower Baskets, Duck Gets Lost, Ten Pin Bowling and Sneezes
Rosie & Jim - Volume 15 - Digging for Potatoes, Pony Riding, Lovely Bananas, Splish Splash Splosh, Down on the Farm (103902) 2 April 2003 Digging for Potatoes, Pony Riding, Lovely Bananas, Splish Splash Splosh, Down on the Farm
Rosie & Jim - Volume 16 - The Hat Factory, The Disappearing Sausages, Soapy Duck, Bouncy Castles and A Special Dance (103903) 2 April 2003 The Hat Factory, The Disappearing Sausages, Soapy Duck, Bouncy Castles and A Special Dance
Rosie & Jim - Volume 17 - Flood on the Boat, The Shoemaker, Scarecrow, Roller Skating and Stars at Night (103904) 2 April 2003 Flood on the Boat, The Shoemaker, Scarecrow, Roller Skating and Stars at Night
Rosie & Jim - Volume 18 - Acrobats, Earrings, The Best Boat in the World, Mouse on the Boat, Floating Restaurant (103905) 13 August 2003 Acrobats, Earrings, Gondola, Mouse, Floating Restaurant
Rosie & Jim - Volume 19 - On Safari, Exercise, Little Lost Kitten, Stripes and Magical Lights (103906) 13 August 2003 On Safari, Exercise, Little Lost Kitten, Stripes, Magical Lights
Rosie & Jim - Making Pizza and Other Stories (103907) 13 August 2003 Making Pizza, Shop Window, Visiting the Vet, Bus Ride (also the name of a Tots TV episode) Dog Training, Winning the Race, The Milkman, Ballroom Dancing, The Umbrella Factory, Sleep Baby
Rosie & Jim - The Christmas Lights (103908) 12 November 2003

DVDEdit

  • Rosie and Jim – Sticky Honey and Other Stories
  • Rosie and Jim – Flashing Fire Engine and Other Urgent Adventures
  • Rosie and Jim – Up, Up And Away and Other stories
  • Rosie and Jim – Bumper Pack 1 (released 28 March 2016)
  • Rosie and Jim – Bumper Pack 2 (released 3 October 2016)

Series guideEdit

  • Series 1 25x15m with John Cunliffe "Fizzgog" First shown from 3 September 1990
  • Series 2 25x15m with John Cunliffe "Fizzgog" First shown from 4 November 1991
  • Series 3 25x11m with Pat Hutchins "Loopy Lobes" First shown from 3 January 1994
  • Series 4 20x11m with Pat Hutchins "Loopy Lobes" First shown from 12 January 1996
  • Series 5 20x11m with Neil Brewer "Tootle" First shown from 6 January 1997
  • Series 6 20x11m with Neil Brewer "Tootle" First shown from 5 January 1998
  • Series 7 20x11m with Neil Brewer "Tootle" First shown from 4 January 1999
  • Series 8 21x11m with Neil Brewer "Tootle" First shown from 3 January 2000

External linksEdit