- Radio Times
- Review by:
- Jane Rackham
Visiting the doctor can be a scary business for youngsters but this new series, presented by paediatrician Dr Ranj Singh and using music, games and childlike puppets, may help them recognise that it’s the first step to feeling better. The puppets display symptoms of different ailments (it might be chickenpox, a food allergy or asthma), which Dr Ranj then explains and treats. Today, he shares the wonder of x-rays.
About this programme
Programme for young children exploring medical conditions, using puppets, music and humour to make going to the doctor's surgery feel like a natural and interesting experience. Dr Ranj tells Jobi, who has been doing a sneaky nose pick, never to put his finger up his nose, while Nurse Morag and the Healthy Helpers run around just like blood rushes around the body.