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Baby Jake bounces back for more magical adventures  

Award-winning kids indie, Darrall Macqueen has been commissioned by CBeebies to produce a second series of the hit pre school show Baby Jake.  

The series mixes live action and 2D photographic animation to bring to life the magical adventures of a baby called Jake.   

The youngest of 10 children, Baby Jake lives in a windmill where he’s a much-loved, cute, happy gurgling boy.  His 6 year old brother Isaac – the show’s narrator - translates all of Baby Jake’s giggles and gurgles, opening the door to an imaginary world where he sings, dances and baby-talks with his animal friends; Pengy Quin the Penguin, Sydney the Monkey, Nibbles the Rabbit and the Hamsternauts.  

The new series introduces brand new ways for Baby Jake to get around on his imaginary escapades: Diggery the Digger, Scamp the Scooter and even a flying polar bear all join the fun, as he plays Musical Statues with the Hamsternauts in space, chases a runaway penguin egg with Pengy Quin, dances ballet with Nibbles the Rabbit and discovers fireflies with Sydney the Monkey. 

Maddy Darrall, Joint Managing Director, Darrall Macqueen says, “It’s great to be bringing back Baby Jake and his friends for a host of new adventures. The first series was a huge hit, charming parents and children alike and this time round we’re taking him on even more beautiful and playful imaginary journeys that we know they’ll love”. 

Baby Jake is a Darrall Macqueen production in association with JAM Media. The series was commissioned for CBeebies by Kay Benbow. It is produced by Maddy Darrall and executive produced by Billy Macqueen for Darrall Macqueen and Catherine McAllister for CBeebies.

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