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Action, drama and fiendish puzzles in new Hey Duggee episodes

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New episodes launch on the channel from Saturday 4 September and are packed with fun adventures, humour and valuable lessons – as well as a few pop-culture references which are bound to amuse grown-ups too.

The Squirrels also meet action hero Jet Rocket as they realise that there’s more to being a hero than just smashing and crashing when they earn their Action Hero Badges; and visit a blocky computer game world to earn their Building Blocks Badge.

There are also new things to learn as the Squirrels synchronise watches – learning first how to tell the time – to help John organise a surprise party for Nigel in The Telling Time Badge.

Duggee is always there to show the Squirrels new things, especially when they design their own signature fragrances in The Perfume Badge. And with the help of their friends they learn that going for a walk can be fun, earning their Walking Badges and joining in with the catchy new song Step By Step.

Fourteen brand new episodes of Hey Duggee series three air weekdays on CBeebies at 7.35am. Every episode, including all past series will be available exclusively on BBC iPlayer from Saturday 4 September.

Full details of new episodes:

The Soap Opera Badge
The Mythical Creature Badge
The Counting Badge
The What Happened Badge
The Telling Time Badge
The Puzzle Badge
The Action Hero Badge
The Training Badge
The Reunion Badge
The Board Game Badge
The Direction Badge
The Perfume Badge
The Building Blocks Badge
The Walking Badge

Hey Duggee is narrated by comedian Alexander Armstrong and follows the adventures of pre-schoolers Happy, Tag, Norrie, Betty and Roly as they try new things and earn badges at The Squirrel Club under the guidance of Duggee.

Hey Duggee, a Studio AKA production with BBC Studios, is a six-time Bafta and international Emmy award-winning hit on CBeebies, and was the most viewed show on the channel in July. The show has an impressive global footprint in over 150 territories and over 95 million hours of total YouTube watch time.