PINGU and Pinga are home alone and PINGU gets carried away while playing and hurts his beak. They realise they must go to the doctor where at first he is frightened. However when Mother arrives he is reassured and is able to get his beak seen to.
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Episodes: 26 | Released: 1991 | Certificate: U | Genre: Animated | Director:
At school, PINGU is irritated to find that the new girl penguin seems to have taken a shine to him and is insisting on following him. However, when a snowball misses it target they are united in being the culprits and become friends as well.
PINGU is plagued by a mischievous seagull that becomes a constant irritation. Nevertheless he helps it to get rid of a crab which has attached itself to its beak. The seagull, however, gives him small thanks as it poos on his head.
PINGU's mother has just hung the clean washing on the line when a strong wind blows up. PINGU then hits on the idea of ice-surfing and combines the clean sheet and his sledge to fit the purpose. Although he has great fun the result is also a dirty sheet which does not please Mother one bit and she makes PINGU and Robby rectify the situation
PINGU and Robby are curling, PINGU is using Father's bed bottle as a curling stone, but there is small mishap. The neighbour, who has had his reading interrupted, wants to show the two troublemakers how it is done. But to the amusement of the two youngsters, it turns out that the adults can't do any better themselves.
PINGU and his family are preparing for Christmas. PINGU and Pinga can scarcely wait for the handing out of presents. Whilst Mother and Father are decorating the tree outside an argument arises. The children make sure that their parents kiss and make up.
PINGU and his friends Hugo and Robby are playing hide-and-seek. But PINGU appears to have vanished. However when PINGU taps the icicles as if they were bells and the sound makes his curious friends come and see the amazing ice cavern for themselves.
PINGU and Pinga are once more at home alone. They are hungry and practise cooking. Although their culinary skills almost always end in a disaster they do manage to get the mess they have made cleared up before Mother and Father get back.
PINGU goes to see his aunt, who lives in another village. After a varied journey his aunt is pleased to see him and welcomes him into the house. At first PINGU has a great time but as night approaches PINGU becomes homesick and is very relieved that he has his teddy to comfort him whilst he is away from home.
PINGU is playing at being a photographer with his friend Robby. In the process, PINGU also wants to capture a hot-air balloon on film. A photojournalist who comes rushing along takes a picture of the two friends with the balloon. When they go to get the film developed however it transpires that PINGU had forgotten to take off the lens cap and none of the photos come out. Luckily the picture in the newspaper shows PINGU and his friends in front of the balloon so they always have that to treasure.
PINGU and Pinga need help from their parents, as they have broken their kite. Unfortunately they have no time. In the end they go off to Grandfather's house and when they come looking Mother and Father find the three of them happily flying a brand new kite.
PINGU proudly presents Pingi and Pinga with his magic tricks. Everything works until Pinga recognises the trick with the flying carpet whereupon PIMGU is very put out. He goes away and practises so that he can impress his friends once again.
PINGU is celebrating his birthday with his friends. The place is decorated and they have all sorts of games to play. As he is the birthday boy, PINGU has to join in all the game and begins to be rather miserable when he loses. Luckily the situation is rescued by Mother arriving with the birthday cake.
PINGU is allowed to go to the fair ground together with the family. There is a lot going on, and PINGU wants to try everything. He overdoes things somewhat and does not feel at all well. Finally, however, he is happy again, thanks to Pinga.
PINGU's mother is out with her friends. In the meantime, PUNGU has the task of looking after the twins. This wears him out so much that he gets very tired. Luckily he manages to think up a little trick to help him stay awake.
With his friend, PINGU is playing a practical joke using a fish on a string. But when it comes to playing a trick on someone in a wheelchair PINGU is not so sure. To his surprise however having been the brunt of the joke the disabled penguin joins in the joke, in fact in the end it is PINGU's other friend that needs the wheelchair home when the joke back fires.
With his mother, PINGU visits the injured Pinga in hospital. PINGU manages to cheer up the whole ward by pretending to be the surgeon in a shadow play he puts on. The nurse and real surgeon look on and are so impressed they give PINGU a prize when he is finished.
The class outing takes them to see a sculptor, where a huge whale is being hewn. During the visit a classmate climbs on the sculpture, which even PINGU can see is going too far. When part of the sculpture breaks the young penguin is left hanging high in the air. By the time they get him down he has certainly learnt his lesson.
When the strangers pass through the village every door is closed. Only PINGU is curious, and he discovers their strange way of fishing. The rest of the village are fascinated and impressed with what PINGU has just learnt and showed them.
PINGU and Pinga help their mother doing the tedious household chores, although they don't quite get it all right. Pinga puts a blanket in the oven instead of in the cupboard and although it is clearly not the right thing to do the warm blanket is very cosy and PINGU and Pinga are quite happy to wrap themselves up in it.
PINGU, Pinga and Robby build an enormous snowman using the signpost, used by hikers as a support. But in the end the sign is uncovered and the snowman reveals his secret much to the relief of the hiker who would otherwise have become lost.