12 October 2014

Q Pootle 5: The Great Space Race DVD Giveaway


My boys are always watching cartoons and CBeebies is one of their favourite channels. There are so many different cartoons to watch and they love them all, especially Q Pootle 5. The stars of the hit CBeebies animated series Q Pootle 5 have now landed on DVD so children can carry on watching the fun. 

Join Q Pootle 5 and his friends Oopsy, Eddi, Stella, Ray, Groobie, Bud-D and Planet Dave as they tackle the everyday problems in 13 episodes. Adventures included on the DVD are:

1. The Great Space Race
2. Pootle's House Guest
3. Groobie's Spacewash
4. A Day With Ray
5. The Biggest Picture Ever
6. Maurice
7. Rocket Bird Oopsy
8. Flower Power
9. Hitting The High Note
10. The Singing Valley
11. Runaway Rocket
12. Eddi's Hat
13. It Came From Outer Space

Q Pootle 5 is fun and engaging, with stories that spark children’s imaginations everywhere and will be a must have for any family when it flies onto shelves later this year.

Check out the trailer below to see just how fun the new DVD is...


It's not just about the adventures though as your children can sing along with Q Pootle 5 and his friends with ‘Okidoki Karaoke’ which is included on the DVD and you can also discover how the series was created with interviews with the cast and crew of the show. 

Not only that but inside the DVD box you will also find a smoothie recipe and short quiz to keep children entertained for longer and to give them a healthy boost whilst watching the DVD.

In addition to the DVD release, Jumbo are releasing a 35 piece puzzle assortment, 4in1 shaped puzzle and giant playing cards and there will be 2 brand new picture books from Walker Books that will arrive in-stores this Autumn, just in time for Christmas. 


Now, how would you like to win a copy of Q Pootle 5: The Great Space Race on DVD? Then all you have to do is follow the Rafflecopter below. 

Please remember to check the T&C's at the bottom of the Rafflecopter application and our full terms here. This giveaway is open to the UK only and any entries left that do not follow the required entries will be disqualified. After the one mandatory entry, others will open up to give you extra entries. You do not have to enter by all methods but these will give you extra entries into the competition if you do. 

And please, if you are commenting on the blog as 'anonymous' can you please write your name in the comment otherwise I cannot count your entry.

Ends Midnight 2nd November

82 comments:

  1. not certain I would be very unsure about it once in a lifetime opportunity

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  2. No, I am not so adventurous - there could be aliens, ufo's and monsters up there!

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  3. of course I would, I will try anything once!

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  4. no way !! i hate flying so space is deffo a no no !!

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  5. Linda F McGarrigle12 October 2014 at 21:08

    No i wouldn't i just don't trust technology that much x

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  6. Yay I'd love to visit planet Dave x

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  7. No they don't seem too safe yet as too many have exploaded on take off or landing or suffered technical faults.I would if it was safer though.

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  8. No way, I prefer my feet on solid ground.

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  9. don't think so, don't like anything that leaves the ground

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  10. Not sure, I'd be paranoid about something going wrong!

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  11. Yes without a shadow of a doubt :)

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  12. if someone came with me i would :)

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  13. Glenn Marvell-James13 October 2014 at 20:02

    No, scared of heights

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  14. no! im a wimp and id miss all my family too much!

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  15. If I could be sedated for the trip then I'd love to go to the moon.

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  16. Yes. Wow, what an experience that would be. Would want to take my o/h and son too. Xx

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  17. yes! you only live once!

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  18. oh I would have to mull it over for a while

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  19. No, I would send the Pope instead.

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  20. No thanks

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  21. Yes please, I could check George Clooney got home ok from his acting in Gravity

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  22. i would love to! if only for a bit of peace and quiet lol

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  23. No i really dont think i would, i love being home and having my feet firmly on the ground :) haha x

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  24. i would like to but am certainly too big to be in the shuttle lol

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  25. Pam Francis Gregory20 October 2014 at 14:15

    No - too risky!

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  26. Oo not sure but it would be a once in a life time thing x

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  27. Most definitely, I'd love to run away from earth!!

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  28. NO! I have a huge fear of heghts!

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  29. No not for me
    Claire D

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  30. no lol Scared of heights, like my feet firmly on the ground!

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  31. no i hate hieghts
    from samantha price

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  32. No, I would hate it - I hate heights!!!

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  33. Yes, absolutely! How many people would get that opportunity? I'd be really excited about it.

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  34. No way, it takes me all my nerve to get on a plane

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  35. Definitely yes, once on a lifetime opportunity to see the earth from above and mingle amongst the stars!

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  36. I'd be off like a rocket... Sorry no pun intended!!!!

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  37. Not until I knew for certain it was really safe then maybe!

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  38. NO way! just the thought is terrifying

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  39. A big yes here... Would love to float around a space ship

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  40. Yes of course! Chance of a lifetime!!

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  41. Would love to in theory but am afraid of heights!!

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  42. Yes, I'd love to

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  43. yes!! what an adventure!

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  44. No, there's plenty of places on planet Earth that I haven't visited yet!

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  45. Yes!!!! I would love to look at earth from space!!

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  46. No, I'd just like to stay on Earth and look up.

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  47. Yeah I'd love to go for a weightless 'swim'!

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  48. yes but I wouldn't want to go for at least a good few years!

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  49. Yeh I would in a heartbeat, I'd also consider going to Mars, and actually applied not too long ago for the mars space mission where they were seeking candidates of the ordinary kind.

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  50. no

    G. Williamson

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