UPDATE: We've released The Beanies' original episodes for even more fun! Listen in our free app, or wherever you listen to podcasts.
Pack your bags Mini-Beanies, because Season 3 of The Beanies award-winning podcast is here!
You’re invited to join The Beanies for an action packed Big Day Out. From morning till night Mim, Laura, Michael, and Professor Know It All will keep you giggling, singing, and learning with plenty of interactive games, songs, and stories.
Over 10 episodes, explore the seasons, find out what your nose does, and learn a brand-new dance move (plus lots, lots more!) This colourful podcast series is perfect for little ones in the home, on school holidays and road trips.
Listen to the first episode below, on our free app or subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher or wherever you get your podcasts! Plus follow us on Facebook and Instagram for even more Beanies fun and competitions.
The Beanies' music is now available on iTunes. Sing along, dance along and imagine along anytime!
Music and lyrics written by The Beanies with music wizard James Court.
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