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Bing and Flop
Bing and Flop
Original title: Bing
Ted Dewan
Bing, Flop, Sula, Amma, Pando, Padget, Coco, Charlie
Production: Acamar Films, Brown Bag Films, Tandem Films, Digitales Studios
Country: UK
Year: 27 October 2017
transmitted : June 9 2014
Gender: Comedy, Didactic, Preschool
Episodes: 78
duration: 7 minutes
Recommended age: Children from 3 to 6 years old


Bing on the swing and flop

Bing is a black bunny about 4 years old, who in each episode learns new discoveries and faces challenges that initially seem easy, but which soon turn out to be more problematic than expected for a small yet inexperienced bunny. Thanks to his patience, his intuition, his creativity and above all the help of the wise Flop, Bing will be able to overcome his obstacles and draw lessons from this experience.

Bing's characters

or Bing characters

Bing it is a black bunny of about 4 years characterized by a red checked jumpsuit, with a large button in the center and a green shirt. He loves playing with Hoppity Voosh, a superhero plush rabbit. Like all rabbits, he loves carrots and is always looking for new experiences.

Flop he is a puppet who guides Bing towards new discoveries, explaining the problem and encouraging him in difficulties. At the end of each episode intone the phrase ... "this is a Bing thing!"

Sole she is a brown elephantine and one of Bing's best friends.

But she is a kindergarten teacher who also runs the park bar.

Pando he is a panda who lives near Bing's house, therefore one of his best friends. The little Pando is characterized by a white T-shirt, panties and sneakers.

Padget she is Pando's guardian. He runs the shop on the corner and sometimes jogs or drives his tuk-tuk, a characteristic three-wheeled taxi.

Coco she is Bing's cousin and best friend, who is five years older. He also has a younger brother, Charlie.

Charlie he is Coco's little brother and Bing's cousin. He cannot speak and his puppet is called Strizzolino.

The Bing Baking AppBing Baking

Acamar Films has launched the first app based on its award-winning TV series, Bing. Produced by Acamar and developed together with the digital team of Aardman, the new app Bing Baking it is designed to encourage children's creativity and curiosity through play.

This is the first in a series of planned digital content intended for preschoolers and their parents. Google Play and Amazon versions are available with Android Launch TBA.

The game invites children to enter the world of entertainment by playing with Bing and Flop in their kitchen.

Game description:

For preschoolers, cooking is a precious time shared with an adult; it is a mixture of tactile creativity, chemistry, alchemy and art. Bing Baking offers Bingsters the freedom to make their own choices. Next to Bing and Flop, in their delicious kitchen, the little ones can roll the first "digital dough", always realistic, with a rolling pin or crush it with their hands; choose from a variety of blenders and tap Flop to put their cookies in the oven; keep an eye on Chicky Timer to let Flop know when it's time to remove the cookies; decorate them in their own way with a lot of icing, sprinkles, chocolate chips and fruit; take a picture of Bing and Flop with their creations; and finally eat their delicious and delicious cookies with Bing - nom nom nom!

"Working with Acamar to bring Bing to interactive life was a very special thing," says Aardman's Finbar Hawkins, creative director of Bing Baking. "Our two companies share a sincere passion for quality and precision in the production of children's entertainment. We were happy that Acamar embraced our" sandbox "ideas for the app, in the sense that together we have created an engaging and tactile for young bakers to have fun, learn and play. "

Bing and his friends; Sula, Pando and Flop

Bing copyright

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