The Chuckle Brothers have found themselves back at the court of King Henry the Eighth, who is awaiting the arrival of his seventh wife. When Paul hears that the prospective bride's ship has been lost...
When the Chuckle Brothers find a newspaper with a future date on it they reckon that they can warn everybody about what is going to happen and, as a consequence, avoid any misfortunes befalling them....
Barry is in possession of the winning lottery ticket which will scoop the brothers fifty thousand pounds provided it is presented within two hours. He thinks he left the ticket in a recently-returned...
An animated TV series about a girl called Mona, a young girl with a vivid imagination. She believes her hometown is overrun with supernatural monsters, and she plans to stop them all and save the town on a daily basis.
Brum is a car who loves to go around the city each day. Follow him as he helps save the day by identifying criminals, dances with people and sometimes even gets up to no good, only to be helpful later.
When Paul Chuckle was interviewed in Episode 23 of Hayden Parker's Panto Podcast on 28th February 2019, he confirmed that he and Barry were never informed about the BBC's choice to stop commissioning new series of ChuckleVision. Despite the assurance that they had a "lifetime contract" with the BBC, as the then-Head of Children's BBC, Lorraine Heggessey, confirmed to them in the 1990's, by the time Series 21 had wrapped up production in mid 2009, crew members were expressing their love for working on the show and how much they were going to miss doing so, with it being the last series, something which Paul and Barry were oblivious to. However, in 2010, when production time came for Series 22, the new Heads at CBBC were ambivalent about producing another series of ChuckleVision, convinced that showing the repeats rather than making new episodes was more justifiable as they received the same number of viewing figures as the new episodes. Similarly, the new Head of Children's, Damien Kavanagh, refused to make a new series, despite the Chuckles' protestations, claiming that with 292 in the archive, enough had been made. However, repeats ceased completely after a couple of years, which the BBC cited to a struggle to find actors who had appeared in the episodes to pay them royalties. However, Paul disputed this, suggesting Equity would be able to sort that out efficiently. Paul also suggested that the popularity of ChuckleVision wasn't declining and that the show was as popular as it had ever been on CBBC before its unjustified cancellation. See more »
Chuckle Vision is just too funny.It is my fourth best cartoon out of twenty.I love when Mr no Slakking says his saying "and remember, no slacking. These are some facts about Chuckle vision:
1.Did you know that Barry Chuckle is older than Paul Chuckle in real life. 2.Did you also know that Mr no Slakking is actually Paul and Barry Chuckles older brother. I was shocked when I found out this myself. I like when the chuckle brothers say "to me, to you". Barry is actually more knowledgeable than Paul even though Paul showoffs that he knows more.Barry is more funnier than Paul but I think both of them are hilarious.
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