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Country of origin  United Kingdom
No. of episodes  32
Original network  ITV Network (CITV)
Final episode date  6 January 2004
Number of episodes  32
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No. of series  3
Running time  15/20 minutes
First episode date  5 November 2001
Number of seasons  3
Networks  ITV, CITV
Original release  5 November 2001 (2001-11-05) – 6 January 2004 (2004-01-06)
Genre  Children's television series
Similar  Sooty Heights, Sooty & Co, The Basil Brush Show, Basil's Swap Shop, Rosie and Jim

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Sooty is a British children's television series that was produced for three series, that aired on ITV from 5 November 2001 to 6 January 2004. It replaced Sooty Heights, but remained the same setup of Sooty and the gang running a hotel, which saw a major re-vamp and later a change of name to 'Hotel Sooty'. It was presented by Richard Cadell and Vicki Lee Taylor.

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Cast

  • Richard Cadell - presenter
  • Vicki Lee Taylor - co-presenter
  • Sooty - a mute yellow bear who is the protagonist of the show. He owns a magic wand whose power is invoked using the words "Izzy wizzy, let's get busy".
  • Sweep - a dim-witted grey dog with a penchant for bones and sausages. He wears red wellingtons and communicates using bizarre squeaks.
  • Soo - a calm and collected female panda who acts as the foil for both Sooty and Sweep. Usually wears a red skirt. Voiced by Brenda Longman in Series 1.
  • Little Cousin Scampi - he is very cheeky and a serial troublemaker. He wears a navy blue school uniform and, like Sooty, is mute. Although in this show he is rarely seen.
  • Butch The Dog - a bull dog who often visits the hotel.
  • Miki - a Brazilian cat who is also the hotel's chef.
  • Series 1: 2001

  • 1. All New Sooty (5 November 2001)
  • 2. A New Arrival (6 November 2001)
  • 3. Sci Fi Sooty (7 November 2001)
  • 4. It's My Party (8 November 2001)
  • 5. Sweep Asleep (9 November 2001)
  • 6. Sad Sad Sooty (12 November 2001)
  • 7. It's a Dog's Life (13 November 2001)
  • 8. Practice Makes Perfect (14 November 2001)
  • 9. Night of a Thousand Bears (15 November 2001)
  • 10. You Don't Scare Me (16 November 2001)
  • 11. A Cat and Dog Thing (19 November 2001)
  • 12. Favourite Things (20 November 2001)
  • 13. Santa's Back (21 November 2001)
  • Series 2: 2002

  • 1.Robo Richard (15 October 2002)
  • 2.The Mysterious Visitor (22 October 2002)
  • 4.Superheroes (5 November 2002)
  • 5.Sooty in Charge (12 November 2002)
  • 6.Sooty's Magic Garden (19 November 2002)
  • 7.The New Gang (26 November 2002)
  • 8.The Little Big People (3 December 2002)
  • 9.Digging for Dinosaurs (10 December 2002)
  • 10.Best Friends (17 December 2002)
  • Series 3: 2003/04

  • 1. Sooty's Baby (27 October 2003)
  • 2. Double Trouble (28 October 2003)
  • 4. Sooty at the Seaside (30 October 2003)
  • 5. Treasure Hunt (31 October 2003)
  • 6 Flying Fun (3 November 2003)
  • 7. Sooty's Ghost (10 November 2003)
  • 8. Let's Get Camping (17 November 2003)
  • 9. Keep Fit Sooty (6 January 2004)
  • Trivia

  • The series 3 episode "Water, Water Everywhere" is also the same name given to the third episode of the first series of Sooty Heights.
  • The end of the series marked the first time Sooty had been off TV screens for an extended period since 1955, when the first series aired on the BBC.
  • When Series 1 was repeated on CITV in the run up to Series 2 in 2002, the episodes were edited down from 20 to 15 minutes to fit the slot because of Series 2 was to be 15 minutes.
  • Only 2 of the new episodes in Series 3 were shown, the rest not getting aired until the repeat in 2006
  • References

    Sooty (TV series) Wikipedia


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