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Series 1: The Green Balloon Club (2008-2009)
The show is about four eco-warrior children who deal with nature and environmental issues. The show was originally part of the "EcoBeebies" brand. It started with a launch show named Easy Peasy Eco Beebies on 13 June 2008, and this was followed by 48 episodes, one every week from June 20, 2008 to May 29, 2009.
Each episode starts with the children doing the register, then singing the "Green Balloon Club" chant. At the end of the show, the balloon "lands" and everybody sings a song.
Series 2: Green Balloon Scrapbook (2010)
In 2010, a new series of 15 episodes entitled "Green Balloon Scrapbook" was produced which showed "what the Green Team get up to when they're not in the Green Balloon. Different members of the team check their computers to find out what the others are doing"
Isabella Blake-Thomas as Lily Rose
Jake Pratt as Jay (absent for one episode)
Debbie Korley as Sky
Adam Wells as Ant
Thai Murray-Edwards as Cat
Aliex Yuill as Jelly
Chris Howard as Himself
Bill Oddie as Himself (in The Green Balloon Club only)
Ellie-Jo Pratt as the voice of Skipper the dog (in Green Balloon Scrapbook only)
Episode list
Green Balloon Club
Original air date
20 June 2008
Lily-Rose, Ant, Cat, Jay, Sky and Skipper the dog meet at the foot of the Green Balloon in a clubhouse, made from recycled bottles and boxes.
27 June 2008
The kids find out about animals under the water.
4 July 2008
The team find out about fruit and dragonflies and travel over the Scottish Highlands to find out what wildlife lives there.
11 July 2008
The gang are on a bug hunt and Jelly is visiting the Isles of Scilly.
18 July 2008
Lily-Rose plants some nastertiums and find out about the night-time creatures with Cat.
25 July 2008
The team go to the coast to find out about the wildlife living there.
1 August 2008
Ant brings a very special visitor to the club.
8 August 2008
The balloon travels over heathland and the children look out for wildlife.
15 August 2008
The team discover a forest of flowers and the ground crew learn how to do a buzzy bee boogie.
22 August 2008
The balloon is flying over the coast and the team explore under the sea.
29 August 2008
The team discover how sweet lavender is, what a rat's skull looks like and Nature Chris is being put through an army assault course.
5 September 2008
The Green Team use all their senses to explore the world around them.
12 September 2008
Jelly sends in her special report as she finds out what it is like to hug a tree. Jay and Ant will be showing us how tricky it is building a nest and Cat and Lily-Rose will be making paper cup squirrels.
19 September 2008
The Green Team are finding out about life on the waterways and Cat finds out about water voles. Jelly is spotting her very first Jay in Bill's garden.
26 September 2008
The balloon is heading to a mud festival in Wales and the green team are having lots of messy fun with compost and clay.
3 October 2008
Jelly meets up with Green Balloon Club members Louie and Stanley for a trip on a canal boat and look at the wildlife along the banks.
10 October 2008
The Green Team have a special visitor with them in the balloon. Basil the kitten has come to Balloon Club with Cat, and the team look at how he is like his larger African cousins.
17 October 2008
Today Jelly is harvesting apples in an orchard while Lily-Rose and Ant are starting a planting experiment to see if they can grow an apple tree. Cat and Jay are finding out about deer with the help of Green Balloon Club members Melina and Naureen.
24 October 2008
The Green Team find out about owls and Club Members Ellie, Jodie and Erin meet a tawny owl. The Ground Crew check out what wildlife can be found on the seashore at this time of year and even try a bit of snorkelling.
20 (Halloween Special)
31 October 2008
It is Halloween and there are some spooky goings-on in the Green Balloon. Jelly visits Bill to see if her pumpkin has grown big enough to become a lantern, and looks for bugs in Bill's garden. Cat finds out about bats and asks why people find them scary. Also, the Green Team take on the challenge of the Tower of Flour.
7 November 2008
As part of the Autumnwatch season Green Balloon Club team are having a good look at Autumn - how the leaves change colour and whether it is possible to preserve their lovely shades. Jelly pays a visit to Bill Oddie and finds out what's happening in his bird boxes at this time of year. Many birds migrate now, but Jay and the Ground Crew have a look at the ones that stay at home and find out how experts research their lives.
14 November 2008
This week the Green Team are going wild about woods. Green Balloon Club member Ralf is reporting from a woodland event, finding out what fun can be had in your local wood.
21 November 2008
The Green Team are learning about hibernation and Jay is finding out if birds hibernate. Ant looks at hibernating insects and makes a bug box for minibeasts to sleep in over the winter. Lily-Rose is looking at how her seeds do in winter, while Cat finds the champion hibernator of them all - the dormouse.
28 November 2008
The Green Team marvel at just how athletic some creatures are. Green Balloon Club members from Cardiff show us what brilliant jumpers their local salmon are whilst the balloon is visited by a very athletic little friend: Georgina the ferret.
5 December 2008
The Green Team are starting to think about Christmas. They have an idea for making mini Christmas trees and Cat finds out about Pine Martens. Green Balloon Club members Josh, Oscar, Henry and Ben file a special report on winter vegetables, while the Ground Crew set out in search of badgers. We finally really get in the Christmas mood with our new song Whatever's Good at Christmas, featuring Bill Oddie and Jelly alongside the Green Team.
12 December 2008
Christmas is getting near and Sky has bought a Christmas tree for the Green Balloon. May and Alfie send in a report on choosing their Christmas tree too and the Green Team set about making decorations - festive snowflakes for the tree. Green Balloon club members Jorge and Zoe are lucky enough to meet some reindeer and send in a special report whilst Antoinne and Chantel set a seasonal spot to look out for this week. Bill Oddie, Jelly, Nature Chris and a host of children and animals join the Green Team for the fantastic Green Balloon Christmas song, Whatever's good at Christmas.
27 (Christmas Special)
19 December 2008
Christmas is almost here and the Green Team are thinking about presents. They receive a beautiful book, The Story of Christmas, and within its pages see the story of the Nativity told by the animals. Children from Hillhouse Primary school team up with Nature Chris and the animals from Lee Valley Farm to bring us the story. Back in the balloon the team look at the Christmas presents they could provide for their local wildlife and make a beautiful star for the Christmas tree. After a seasonal spot, the team join up with Bill Oddie, Jelly, the Nativity cast, Bollywood dancers, Irish dancers and break dancers in the Green Balloon's Christmas song, Whatever's good at Christmas. NOTE There was a two week break between this episode and the next, due to the cast going on Christmas holidays.
9 January 2009
The Green Team are all together again and full of wishes for the New Year. Jelly and her friends find out how to recycle your Christmas tree, whilst Green Balloon Club members, Alice, Oscar and Rory, are having fun in the snow. Cat and Skipper are finding out about squirrels and Ant and Lily-Rose make a New Year collage showing all the wildlife they hope to spot this year. NOTE Jake Pratt was absent for this episode for unknown reasons.
16 January 2009
It is January and Lily-Rose is feeling fed up with the Winter. Her flowers have died and there is no wildlife around to spot. The Green Team set about showing her that there is still plenty to do and see in the winter.
23 January 2009
The Green Balloon Club have a good look at the birds in the winter garden. Cat and Lily-Rose are making comical dancing birds and we have a close look at stoats who are also great movers. Green Balloon Club members Amy and Ellie set another widespread bird as this week's spot and finally the whole team imagine what it would be like to go flying South like a migrating bird.
30 January 2009
It is panto time in the Green Balloon. Join the Green Team as they tell the story of Lily-Rose Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolves. Green Balloon Club member Andrew shows us how to plant a tree and Bill Oddie introduces Jelly to some of the creatures that visit his garden.
6 February 2009
It is panto time in the Green Balloon. The Green Team learn how bread is made. Jelly files a special report from a flour mill and the team try their hand at making bread hedgehogs. Cat is finding out about real hedghogs while Green Balloon Club members from the Lee Valley are looking for winter wildfowl and set us a seasonal spot.
13 February 2009
The first signs of Spring are starting to appear and birds are looking for places to build their nests and start a family. Jake is putting up a new home for his robins and introduces us to a family of blue tits. The Green Team have a look at the different homes that animals live in whilst Jelly visits some children in West Sussex who are making a wormery.
20 February 2009
Lily-Rose has lost her first tooth and she brings it in to show the Green Team. So Ant in turn shows her his collection of animal teeth and they look at what jobs the different kinds of teeth do. Jelly and Bill set up a fantastic experiment to see if they can see a snail's teeth. Green Balloon Club members Ellie and Tilly find some beautiful garden birds - but not the sort you usually find in your back garden. NOTE Jake Pratt's sisters Ellie-Jo and Tilly made an appearance on this episode as Green Balloon Club members.
27 February 2009
The team are joined by Nature Chris and are having a weather day. They discover different ways of making rainbows and have a look at one of Britain's most brightly-coloured birds. Green Balloon Club members Megan and Ellie are out in the snow showing us how a hedge is planted, whilst Jelly and her friends are down on the farm to meet some racing pigs.
6 March 2009
The Green Team wonder when Skipper's birthday is, because she is a rescue dog and Cat does not know exactly when she was born. There is no time like the present, so the Team decide it is the perfect day to celebrate Skipper's birthday. Jelly and her friends visit the Dogs' Trust and find out about rescue dogs whilst Green Balloon Club Members Aaron, Alia, Lillas and Kyle report on the daffodils which have come into bloom where they live.
13 March 2009
The Green Team are finding out about creatures that communicate using vibrations. Green Balloon Club members Lukasz, Tabitha and Xavier are on the trail of a greater spotted woodpecker, whilst Jelly and her friends head to Scotland to go dolphin spotting. The Green team find out about how spiders use their webs and even make a communication system of their own.
30 March 2009
Spring is on the way. Ant has found his first ladybird of the year; it looks as if they are coming out of hibernation. Lily-Rose's hyacinth has bloomed and Green Balloon Club members Malikah, Centaine and Zahra are finding first buds and shoots where they live. Sky starts off a bean seed experiment whilst Jelly is visiting some friends who are working in a kitchen garden
27 March 2009
The Green Team are finding out about the life cycle. Ant has brought in some pupas that he is watching, hoping that they will soon hatch into butterflies. Green Balloon Club members Maisie, Christopher and Jada have found some frogspawn in their local pond, whilst Jelly and her friends are checking out the bird life on the estuary and Jay is finding out about puffins.
3 April 2009
The Green Team are going tracking. Every creature makes a different print, but can they recognise them? Green Balloon Club members Joanne, Jack, Jonathan and Niamh are on the East Anglian coast looking for a beautiful bird called an Oyster Catcher. The Ground Crew set off on a tracking mission too and find something quite a bit larger. Cat finds out about Hares, whilst Lily-Rose and Ant make a peacock using their own prints.
10 April 2009
Lily-Rose, Ant, Cat, Jay, Sky and Skipper the dog travel Great Britain in a green hot air balloon. The team have some very special visitors in the balloon: a pair of baby rabbits. Jelly and her friends set off to a city farm to discover what baby animals they have there, and at the same time get involved with some pig racing. Green Balloon Club members Ben, Elliot, Macey and Benjamin are planting some bulbs ready for summer whilst Lily-Rose is getting very excited about planting some vegetable seeds and growing her own dinner.
17 April 2009
The Green Team are joining the BBC's Dig In Campaign - time for some spring vegetable planting. Lily-Rose has a lovely new windowbox which she plants with carrots, beetroots, red lettuce and butternut squash, at the same time planting tomato seeds in a propagator. Ant and Cat think of a clever way to make seed markers from polystyrene food trays.
24 April 2009
Cat has brought a great toy farm to Club and the Green Team find out about baby farm animals. Green Balloon Club members Eddie, Joe and Bethany head off to a farm to find some baby animals and report back on them. Nature Chris has an amazing surprise for everyone - he's brought in an incubator. Could it be that a chick will hatch before their eyes? Jelly is visiting the Isles of Scilly and looking for seals - perhaps she will find a baby seal?
1 May 2009
The Green Team are amazed by just how fast things can grow. Green Balloon Club members Lydia, Thomas, Edward and Kimberley report on the beautiful bluebells in their local wood. The Ground Crew is up very early to listen to the dawn chorus. Jay and Cat find out how to replant their runner beans and kidney beans into larger pots as they have grown so much, whilst Lily-Rose and Ant find some clever ways of printing a vegetable garden
8 May 2009
Ant brings in in his prize model of a stag beetle and the team find out about Britain's biggest insect, sadly under threat. Green Balloon Club members Robert, Alexia and Joshua report on what they are doing to help build homes for stag beetles. Jelly visits Bill Oddie and they go on a bug hunt to see what they can discover in his garden.
15 May 2009
The Green Team have built a fantastic den inside the Green Balloon and are thinking about animals that live in dens and under the ground. Green Balloon Club members, Jazmin and Pandora, report on a family of foxes that have made a den in their Auntie's garden, whilst Jelly has her very own den made specially for her at a Forest School. Lily-Rose and Ant make beautiful butterflies to decorate their den and Club Members Alex and Rebecca set this week's spot which should be appearing in a tree near you right now.
22 May 2009
The Green Team make their own nature worlds, and Cat and Ant make an ocean in a box. Jelly visits friends in the Scilly Isles and goes rockpooling. Also, Green Balloon Club member Harry visits his grandad's animal rescue centre and meets some tiny baby birds. Also, club members Rebecca and Christopher set the Spot of the Week.
48 (Season Finale)
29 May 2009
The Green Team think about the four seasons and try to decide which is best. Could it be spring as it's full of new things? Could it be summer because it is such fun? Could it be autumn because it is so beautiful? Or perhaps it's winter because it's so exciting? Green Balloon Club member Nansi shows the flowers and birds around Cardiff cathedral, while Jack and Dhunya set a special spot of the week.
Green Balloon Scrapbook
Original air date
13 January 2010
Skipper heads off on an adventure where she meets a monkey gang from South Africa.
20 January 2010
Skipper heads off on an adventure with a parrot party in the South American rainforest.
27 January 2010
Jelly is on a camping trip with some friends in Wales.
3 February 2010
Skipper heads off to the jungle where she meets a bird who can make the most amazing sounds.
10 February 2010
Ant is making his Bug Files at his local Tropical House.
17 February 2010
Jelly reports from the Welsh coast where she meets a surfing family.
24 February 2010
Skipper is off on an African adventure, where she meets a lot of water-loving hippos.
3 March 2010 (tbc)
(tbc) Skipper heads underwater where she encounters a giant octopus.
10 March 2010 (tbc)
17 March 2010 (tbc)
24 March 2010 (tbc)
31 March 2010 (tbc)
7 April 2010 (tbc)
14 April 2010 (tbc)
21 April 2010 (tbc)
^ "Green Balloon Club". CBeebies. BBC. http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/greenballoonclub/. Retrieved 2009-04-17. 
^ Tara Conlan (14 April 2008). "CBeebies to broadcast eco season". http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2008/apr/14/bbc.television. Retrieved 2009-04-17. 
^ "Green Balloon Scrapbook". CBeebies. BBC. January 2010. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00q2wym. Retrieved 22 February 2010. 
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Brand Music: Has Your Company Thought of a Music Dimension for Its Brand? by Julian Treasure

There are still only a handful of companies who fully appreciate and successfully explore the impact of music in strengthening their brands, and increasing the effectiveness of corporate marketing communications.

Brand music is any music that's strongly associated with the brand, be it licensed commercial music or specially composed brand themes of songs. Some brands have won great appeal by associating themselves with a piece of music. One good example of this is British Airways' use of the Flower Duet (Sous le dôme épais) from Léo Delibes' opera Lakmé. BA doesn't own this piece of music: it has been used in many films, from Meet The Parents to Carlito's Way. But no other brand would be able to use this music now without either parodying or in some other way making reference to BA, such is the association in the minds of the TV viewing public, in the UK at least. BA has also used the music as its on-hold sound, and on its fleet as background music while boarding and after landing. The music communicates peace, calm, beauty, class, distinction, refinement - all in all, an inspired choice and one which continues to benefit BA today.

This example shows how to form a powerful and positive association by creating brand music from a pre-existing commercial piece at a modest cost. Even if the music is far more expensive, as is becoming common in the vibrant 'band/brand' market, where brands are effectively becoming the modern-day patrons of the crippled music industry, the effects can be well worth it. According to North and Hargreaves, consumers are "24 per cent more likely to buy a product with music that they recall, like and fits the brand compared with eight per cent when the opposite applies".

Brand music can include promotions or alliances such as the 2005 relationship between T-Mobile and Robbie Williams, where the artist's tracks were made available early or even exclusively to T-Mobile subscribers. However, this kind of deal is more in the domain of celebrity endorsement and does not identify the brand with a particular sound to the same degree. Brand music is most powerful when it is the identifiable musical expression of the brand identity, not just a piece of mutually beneficial joint promotion.

A great example of the effective use of brand music in marketing communications is Coca-Cola. The company leveraged its sponsorship of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa to the maximum by using brand music that also cleverly embedded its sonic logo.

They chose a song by the relatively unknown Somali-born Canadian artist K'naan to be the cornerstone of its $300m World Cup campaign. The song features Coke's five-note sonic logo prominently but very naturally in what my friend Ruth Simmons of the soundlounge agency calls 'audio watermarking'; others call it an 'earworm'. As Ruth says: "We go around humming it as we walk down the street and not understanding why. We effectively become living, walking, singing commercials for Coke."

The earworm has been an astounding success. The song has been released in 150 markets, with localised versions in 15 countries. More to the point, it reached number one in 17 countries and has been bought online over 800,000 times; video versions of the single have had 87 million views on YouTube. That's a lot of people humming the Coke logo! You can see a short movie made by soundlounge about the Coke campaign and hear the song and the sonic logo on their website.

In the future, I hope we will see companies applying some of the principles of psychoacoustics to make sure that the music they create and identify with (or make part of) their brand is actually appropriate, effective and consistent with the rest of their branding.

Julian Treasure is a global expert in the evaluation, strategic planning, deployment and implementation of sound in business; the chairman of The Sound Agency - a leading audio-branding consultancy; the author of Sound Business and the creator of BrandSoundTM: a strategic framework for the effective use of sound in brand management.

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