Contains all 9 episodes from Lizzie Dripping (Series One) and Lizzie Dripping Rides Again (Series Two). In the country village of Little Hemlock lives a young girl called Penelope Arbuckle. With a vivid imagination and regular daydreaming, Penelope is known by the nickname Lizzie. Although an introvert Lizzie has the most mischievous side which is encouraged by a Witch that only Lizzie can see or hear.
All reports confirm that the world is witnessing an unprecedented shower of meteorites - a once in a lifetime spectacle that must be seen. And seen it is by most of the world's population. Bill Masen lies in his hospital bed in frustration with his eyes bandaged. When he finally gets to remove them the following morning he discovers the previous nights' light show has blinded all those who saw it. He is one of the few people to still have their sight. But worse is to come. With the meteorite shower has come the spores of a man-eating alien plant form Triffidus Celestus. The fate of mankind is in the hands of a few in this classic 1962 adaptation of the John Wyndham novel.
All reports confirm that the world is witnessing an unprecedented shower of meteorites - a once in a lifetime spectacle that must be seen.' Bill Masen lies in his hospital bed and listens to the radio broadcast in frustration - the bandages on his eyes are not meant to be removed until the following morning. When the time comes he is relieved to find he can see perfectly. But is soon to discover that he is one of the few people left in the world that can. The previous night's light show has blinded all those who watched. With the meteorites have come the spores of a man-eating alien plant form - Triffidus Celestus. Multiplying quickly they uproot themselves in search of a prey that stumbles helplessly in the dark. The fate of the world is in the hands of a few as the Triffids threaten the future of mankind in this classic adaptation of John Wyndham's sci-fi chiller.
The magic of animation brings to life 12 of Rudyard Kipling's timeless tales explaining in his own inimitable style how the peculiarities of certain creatures came to be Just So. Like generations before them young children will enjoy these enduring stories again and again.
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