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  2. Numberjacks (TV Series 2007–2008) - IMDb › title › tt1695622

    Oct 16, 2007 · Created by Chris Ellis. With Alice Baker, Jonathan Beech, Laura Maasland, Oliver Keogh. Inside the sofa of an unidentified family in London, the numberjacks operate their computer to find problems in the UK, with the help of several human agents.

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  3. Watch Numberjacks - Season 1 | Prime Video › Numberjacks-Season-1 › dp

    Numberjacks. Season 1. Be the first to review this item2007TV-G. Comedy adventure series featuring animated superhero numbers who solve problems in the real world. The series helps children develop their early math skills whilst providing slapstick comedy and 'numerous' superhero thrills. Subtitles.

  4. Numberjacks - Wikipedia › wiki › Numberjack

    Numberjacks is a 2006-2009 British 3D animated children's television series, aimed at 2 to 6 year-olds shown regularly on CBeebies and occasionally on BBC Two. It was also formerly shown on Tiny Pop until 2018.

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    The Trouble With Nothing
    16 October 2006
    0 makes things disappear and 6 flies out to sort everything out. This is the first episode when a Numberjack makes problem. Agents: 33, 42, 16, 68 Numberjacks: 0, 1, 3, 4, 5, 6
    Going Wrong Going Long
    17 October 2006
    The Problem Blob makes the boys pencil get longer and the man's mop and the boys straw. 4 sorts him out. 3 can't go out even if she's taller than him. This is the first episode to contain the Problem Blob, and the first episode to have an actual meanie. Agents: 16, 28, 68, 53 Numberjacks: 3, 4, 5, 6
    Sphere Today Gone Tomorrow
    18 October 2006
    The Shape Japer turns every sphere into a cube. 6 sorts her out. This is the first episode to contain the Shape Japer. Agents: 28, 33, 101, 70 Numberjacks: 3, 4, 5, 6
    In Out Shake It All About
    19 October 2006
    Number 3 makes with her beautiful things. A girl has trouble with her pencil case. The Puzzler makes his eyes come out on both sides of him, making them turn, his glasses and nose on top: It's making everything outside and not in. 3 and 5 sort him out, once they are freed from the Puzzle Bubble. He wants to know about circumstances! This is the first episode to contain the Puzzler. Agents: 70, 94, 42, 53 Numberjacks: 3, 4, 5, 6
    • "The Numberjacks Are On Their Way"
    • Chris Ellis
  5. Numberjacks (Show) | Numberjacks Wiki | Fandom › wiki › Numberjacks

    Numberjacks is an British children's television series that originally aired in the UK. between October 16, 2006 although merchandise was released and on CBeebies channel also. It was first shown at the same day only showed it for a week due to the half term break and then the future episodes were shown on CBeebies ended on December 11, 2009.

  6. CBeebies - Numberjacks › programmes › b006mhcr

    Numberjacks. Comedy adventure series, aimed at four- and five-year-olds, in which animated numbers solve mathematical problems in the real world, with input from real children.

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  8. Numberjacks | Wikitubia | Fandom › wiki › Numberjacks

    Numberjacks is a British educational TV series originally broadcast by the BBC between 2006-2009. It was produced by Open Mind Productions and is aimed at 2-6 year olds. The YouTube channel, which is unusually run in Australia, mostly features reuploads of clips, songs and sometimes entire...

  9. Numberjacks (Western Animation) - TV Tropes › WesternAnimation › Numberjacks

    Numberjacks is a British children's television series that originally aired on BBC2 in the United Kingdom between October 2006 and 2009; re-runs of the episodes are still shown regularly on CBeebies (when it was on BBC2, it was only on occasionally, and when it first appeared, it was only on for a week). It was produced by Open Mind Productions for the BBC and featured a mixture of computer-generated animation and live-action.