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Dream Street is a British children's television series that ran from 6 May 1999 to 2002 on CITV. The show is narrated by British comedian Russ Abbott , and was aimed at children aged from 2 to 7. The show featured talking toy vehicles, which were radio controlled in real time. The series aired back on around 2008.

The show was set in a story book resting on the bedside table, and in later series with a child holding it, of a playroom during the night, whilst the child was asleep. The room also includes an element of Dream Street within it - the teddy bear clock. In later series, the title sequence revealed more of the things within the room, such as model Saturn bedposts.

Dream Street

The official slogan was; "Stimulate your child's imagination, because Dream Street is a world of magical fun!". For Series 2, the theme tune contained the lyric "Get Streetwise", as part of the road safety campaign, which was repeated at the end of the show accompanying a short promo.

CITV the original broadcaster, repeated the series in 2008-09, but it ended shortly after.

There have been VHS releases of the series by Carlton Video

A revival of the series was announced in 2015.

Characters Edit

  • Buddy - A Pickup Truck with various removable accessories, and the main character of the show. He seems to be best friends with Daisy. He loves to help out his friends with magic. He has yellow livery with the red B on both doors and he has a red circle with a red B for his nose & A Red Light Beacon on his roof. Voiced by Charlotte Bellamy.
  • Daisy Do Right - A cute police car. She works with the police and hates it when her policemen fall asleep on patrol. In the episode "King for a Day", she gives Rodney a do right duty to learn about queens and kings. She also loves to visit fields full of daisies, that was revealed in the episode "Gungey Goo Day". She is best friends with Buddy and likes to help her out. She has white livery with pink and orange checkers and she has a daisy for her nose & A Blue Light Bar on her roof. She kissed Buddy in "Surprise, Surprise". Like her best friend Buddy, she is voiced by Charlotte Bellamy too.
  • Half-Pint - a small and shy milk-float. He loves sleeping in the dark and can be afraid of other things. In the episode "King of the Road", Half-Pint gets bullied by Hot Rodney about being slow, whilst in the episode "Midnight Monstering", he could not sleep last night due to his broken night light. Half-Pint is voiced by Emma Tate.
  • Hot Rodney - a brash and reckless car. In the series, he is very naughty. In the episode "Building Block Blunder", he chose Jack Hammer's do right duty and was very happy to do that, much to Jack's embarrassment. He has teal livery with flames. He is voiced by Chris Jarvis.
  • Hot Air - a strange "bug" resembling a or an industrial compressor, and communicates sounds of a . He is very naughty just like Rodney. In the episode "Check Up", he was tricked by Jack and Rodney that he has the case of the "Spotty Botty Bug". Also, in "Beep Beep!!" he takes Rodney's air horn and soon enough Buddy gets him one too.
  • Jack Hammer - a mischievous . In Series 2, he is so naughty like Hot Air and Rodney. In "Building Block Blunder", he ties Hot Air to a building and leaves Buddy trapped. He wears a blue cap on backwards. Jack is voiced by Dave Benson Phillips.
  • The Wild Bunch - a group of which like to cause nothing but trouble. They love having F U N. ("and what does that spell? Fun.")
  • Ice Cool - an who likes to help out serve ice creams to his friends. In the episode "Check Up", he helps out Half-Pint to be healthy like him to overcome his fear of checkups. He is voiced by Dave Benson Phillips.
  • The Sleeping Policeman - literally consisting of slumbering constables covered with striped blankets. Their names are PC Snooze, PC Snore and PC Nodoff. They work with Daisy very well. PC Snooze has pale green skin, PC Snore has pale orange skin and PC Nodoff has pale purple skin. In Series 2, the word ZZZ appears from the policemen when they sleep and snore. They are voiced by Russ Abbott.
  • The Gossips - a pair of who like to gossip and talk and they are named Amber and Scarlet. Amber has amber wristbands and Scarlet has red wristbands. Both are voiced by Chris Jarvis.
  • Tech - a grey mechanical whose magical powers enable Buddy to take on different roles. Tech is voiced by Russ Abbott.
  • Other characters include two cars one with red and yellow livery and the other with red and blue livery.

Episodes - Season 1 (1999 - 2000) Edit

Hot Air

Written by Ross Hastings

When Buddy comes across Daisy Do Right with her tyres let down, it is clear that Hot Air is on the loose. Hot Air sucks the air out of tyres leaving cars feeling flat and low.

Surprise, Surprise

Written by Ross Hastings

It's Buddy's birthday and Daisy is throwing a secret party for Buddy but no one can tell him and he gets upset everyone has forgotten, but at the end he is relieved when the party happens.

By The Book

Written by Ross Hastings

It is Daisy's police test and she is worried she will fail, so Jack and The Wild Bunch take it upon themselves and become thieves for the day to help Daisy practice then send all the policemen off to sleep to then steal the Big Book of Law.

Happy Butterday

Written by Ross Hastings

The Wild Bunch have spread butter all over Skipping Rope Bridge and when PC Snooze comes down to stop them, they push him down and he gets stuck in a pipe. It is also the anniversary of Amber and Scarlet and Tech makes a cake for them saying; Amber And Scarlet: Friends Forever.

Snoring & Touring

Written by Ross Hastings

The Sleeping Policemen decide they need a holiday and ask for advice, but end up going to The Land Of Nod. Sadly though, they reach the top of Skipping Rope Bridge and fall asleep and roll all the way down and end up through the whole of their holiday and not going anywhere. Tech misses traveling and Buddy decides to cheer him up.

Jumping Jack

Written by Barrie Hemsley

Hot Rodney sets Jack to do double dares, he does well with the first few but when Jack gets to the fourth double dare he gets stuck in a trumpet.

Dinosaur

Written by George Tarry

Half-Pint thinks there's a real dinosaur in Dream Street so he and Jack Hammer hatch a plan to catch it only to catch Daisy instead.

Code Red

Written by Barrie Hemsley

The Gossips are sick of Ice Cool and start a traffic jam to teach him a lesson however Daisy disapproves of them and gives them a do-right duty.

Bossy Boots

Written by Ross Hastings

Jack Hammer is given the job of supervising the Dream Street roadworks gang, but the power of his position goes to his head.

Musical Madness

Written by Chris Trengove

Ice Cool is playing loud music in Dream Street, the Gossips however get annoyed and ask the Sleeping Policemen to arrest him.

Tech's Magical Carnival

Written by Ross Hastings

Tech goes missing on the day of his very own carnival.

Over the Rainbow

Written by Ross Hastings

A rainbow appears in Dream Street and Jack and Rodney try to catch it with a Rainbow Catching Machine.

Pink Furry Thing

Hot Rodney thinks that he sees a pink furry thing moving.

Jack The Joker

Jack decides to play tricks on his friends but Rodney soon gets annoyed and pushes Jack into the Building Blocks.

Games Day

It's Games Day on Dream Street and everyone takes part in a variety of fun games like Musical Statues and a race around Dream Street.

Treasure Hunt

Written by Ross Hastings

Daisy holds a special easter egg hunt for everyone but Jack steals all the eggs for him.

The Ghost of Peekaboo Park

Written by Paul Larson

Everybody plays hide and seek, but Rodney pushes Jack into the wishing well and Half-Pint thinks there's a ghost of Peekaboo Park.

Disappearing Domino

Written by Paul Larson

Jack and Rodney make the domino building disappear by saying Wibbly Wobbly Witches.

Daisy's Deputy

Written by Paul Larson

The Sleeping Policemen are on the Training Day to find something green, red and white. Hot Rodney and the Wild Bunch steal Half-Pint's milk and Half-Pint becomes Daisy's deputy but ends up being covered with the Wobbly Jelly building's whipped cream.

The Big Yellow Pipe

Written by George Tarry

The big crane is lifting the pipes, Jack and Buddy are working hard telling the crane to move and lower. But then, Amber goes missing with the big yellow pipe!

Cool Kids

Written by Ross Hastings

Half-Pint can't join in at Jack, Hot Air and Rodney's Cool Kids Gang and feels left out.

Monster Bunch

Written by Paul Larson

Hot Air hears a roaring noise like a monster then he gets squashed by the teddy bear clock. It was Jack making that roaring noise.

Topsy Turvy

Written by Ross Hastings

The Wild Bunch touch the magic dial to the wrong way at the Depot and everything and everyone except Buddy goes topsy turvy.

Big Mouth, Big Trouble

Written by Ross Hastings

Jack Hammer has the best voice on Dream Street, but then gets stuck in the cheese. Meanwhile, Scarlet loses her voice.

Up, Up and Away

Written by Chris Trengove

The red balloon floats from Rainbow Island to Dream Street and Hot Air wants the balloon to be his friend.

Christmas Special (2000) Edit

Dream Street Christmas Star

Story by Stuart Rock, Stuart Galloway and Ian Davis

Everyone enjoys seasonal activities but when The Gossips inform that Father Christmas won't come because no one has any chimneys, everyone feels down. However Jack has got two crazy ideas up his sleeve.

Episodes - Season 2 (2000 - 2002) Edit

Midnight Monstering

Written by Ross Hastings

Jack Hammer dresses Hot Air up as a monster to scare Half Pint. Buddy teaches him a very valuable lesson.

Building Block Blunder

Written by Paul Larson

Buddy and Hot Air are trapped under some building blocks and Hot Rodney is the only one who can help them.

Check Up

Written by Ross Hastings

The pals decide to have a check-up, but Hot Rodney and Jack Hammer scare everyone by painting spots on Hot Air.

King for a Day

Written by Stuart Galloway

When Half Pint the milk float is made King of Dream Street for the day, Hot Rodney is jealous and plans to steal his crown.

Beep Beep!!

Written by Ross Hastings

Hot Air, the raspberry-blowing balloon car, takes a shine to Rodney's new air horn because it sounds just like him.

Mr Fixit

Written by Paul Larson

Jack Hammer, the bouncing pneumatic drill, decides to fix a few things, but he wreaks havoc and it is up to Buddy the magical truck to put things right.

Coughs and Sneezes

Hot Rodney pretends to be ill so that everyone will make a fuss of him. But when all his friends really do get sick, Rodney is the only one fit enough to look after them.

Go Faster Half-Pint

Written by Paul Larson

Half-Pint tries to be racey and tough and race around as fast as Hot Rodney, but ends up causing an accident. At the end, Daisy told him his do-right duty is to do a safe driving course.

Hot and Stinky

Written by Paul Larson

After some milk jugs is spilled Half-Pint puts blocks around them, little does he know they go all stinky and the smell goes around Dream Street.

The Amazing Bounceroonie

Written by Ross Hastings

Jack dresses up as the Amazing Bounceroonie and shows everyone his 'magic powers'.

Pop Goes The Movies

Written by Ross Hastings

Dream Street is buried in popcorn when Jack's Whopper Popper Corny Popster goes wrong.

Dream Street Fun 5000

Written by Ross Hastings

Rodney wants to win the fun race, but ends up being stinky with the stink bombs.

Odd One Out

Written by Stuart Galloway

One of the Wild Bunch gets covered in the red paint, making him look very different.

Rodney's Party Poop

Written by Ross Hastings

Hot Rodney is throwing a party, but no one comes to the party.

Treasure Map

Written by Ross Hastings

Jack and Buddy find a treasure map under the domino building, find a shawhositwhatsit in the Puppet in the Box and Rodney wears a funny, flowery hat.

Rumour, Rumour

Written by Stuart Galloway

The Gossips mishear Daisy saying closing the crossroads for this afternoon and they make naughty rumours to everyone.

Beans Means Bounce

Written by Paul Larson

Jack sees the jellybeans that the Gossips think they are jumping beans and Jack is sad because his bounce stops working.

The Giant Sea Shell

Written by Paul Larson

Tech finds a seashell on the beach and one of the Wild Bunch gets trapped in the shell.

Show and Tell

Written by Ross Hastings

Everybody in Dream Street collects things for Show and Tell.

Bedtime

Written by Paul Larson

Jack and Rodney stay up all night for midnight snack and get tired in the morning.

The Greatest Show on Earth

Written by Chris Trengove and Paul Larson

Everyone is putting a circus in Dream Street, but Rodney goes too fast and ends up getting stuck.

Ready Teddy Go

Written by Ross Hastings

Rodney loses his teddy and throws a tantrum. But Buddy finds his teddy with his Magic Radar.

Gungey Goo Day

Written by Paul Larson

Daisy decides to take a day off and Jack and Rodney squirt green goo everywhere with the Gungey Goo Gun.

Daisy Fights the Flab

Written by Chris Trengove and Paul Larson

The Sleeping Policemen are too full to catch the Wild Bunch so Daisy teaches them to keep fit and healthy.

Marshmallow Monster

Written by Paul Larson

Jack and Rodney eat Ice Cool's marshmallows and Buddy teaches them a lesson by being The Marshmallow Monster.

Lollipop, Lollipop

Written by Paul Larson

When everyone goes on a lollipop hunt, Rodney cheats so that he can keep them all.

Episodes - Season 3 (2002) Edit

The Milk Round Race

Written by John Gatehouse

Rodney and Half-Pint are having a race, but Half-Pint is too slow and delivers the milk and Rodney gets up in the edge of Skipping Rope Bridge.

Genie of the Lamp

Written by Jason Quinn

Jack dresses up as a genie and makes magic spells on Dream Street.

When Time Stood Still

Written by John Gatehouse

Jack sticks the clock's big hand to 12 with goo to make the time stand still.

The Talent Show

Written by Jason Quinn

The Wild Bunch are doing the talent show and Rodney runs away.

Supermilk

Written by Jason Quinn

Half-Pint becomes a superhero called Supermilk to help out, but ends up getting trapped under the jelly building.

High Flying Wild Bunch

Written by Jason Quinn

Jack and the Wild Bunch play on a see-saw to make the Wild Bunch fly up into the air.

Big Chief Rodney

Written by Jason Quinn

Jack, Rodney and the Wild Bunch are playing dressing up, Jack becomes Desperate Jack, Rodney becomes Big Chief Rodney and the Wild Bunch are cowboys. They take Half-Pint's milk and squirt gunge on him, tie up PC Snore and Jack tumbles down to the wishing well.

Hot Air's Floaty Boat

Written by John Gatehouse

Jack Hammer has made the Floaty Boat for Hot Air so he can fly that he wished for.

Glow For It

Written by Jason Quinn

Hot Rodney becomes a police officer and the big wheel of Coney Island goes faster with the Wild Bunch.

Whodunnit?

Written by Tim Quinn

Jack is not happy, someone keeps messing up his roadworks.

Buddy's Day

Written by John Gatehouse

Jack and Rodney put the box in the crossroads and the Wild Bunch open it up and put sneezing dust into them and the Gossips.

Whodunnit?

Written by Tim Quinn

Jack is not happy, someone keeps messing up his roadworks.

Buddy's Day

Written by John Gatehouse

Jack and Rodney put the box in the crossroads and the Wild Bunch open it up and put sneezing dust into them and the Gossips.

Big Book of Magic

Written by Tim Quinn

It's a very windy day on Dream Street and Rodney finds Tech's Big Book of Magic in Peekaboo Park.

Gold Star Parade

Written by Tim Quinn

Jack Hammer is fixing a bubble factory pipe, but never finishes and the bubbles appear everywhere on Dream Street!

VHS Releases Edit

  • The Best of Dream Street (included on My Favourite Friends compilation video and also released as My Friends From Dream Street)
  • Surprise, Surprise
  • Midnight Monstering and other magical stories (6 episodes from Series 2)
  • Jumping Jack (the first episodes from Series 1)
  • Dream Street: Christmas Star (Christmas special and 4 episodes from Series 1)
  • Treasure Hunt (rest of the remaining Series 1 episodes)

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