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Scottish educational live-action children's programme on BBC One, BBC Two and CBeebies for pre-school children, about a fictional small island community off the west coast of Scotland, named Balamory. Wikipedia

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    • Floyd can also be seen in a number of episodes of the children's television series Balamory, as a chef in Suzie Sweet's "Suzie's Cooking" song.Keith Floyd-Wikipedia
    • It was a two-piece Balamory jigsaw puzzle which Andy claimed he could not do, so threw it away.Lou and Andy-Wikipedia
    • He began his career as a stand-up comedian, before playing the role of the inventor Archie in the British children's television series Balamory.Miles Jupp-Wikipedia
    • Many of the buildings on Main Street, predominantly shops and restaurants, are painted invarious bright colours, making it a popular location for television programmes, such as the children's show Balamory.Tobermory, Mull-Wikipedia
    • She appeared as Susie Sweet in Balamory, a children's television programme (2002–05), and as Sadie in Still Game (2002–07).Mary Riggans-Wikipedia
    • In 2002 Nimmo starred in the BBC children show Balamory as Miss Hoolie; she starred in all four seasons ending in 2005.Julie Wilson Nimmo-Wikipedia

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