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Live webchat with Doodle Do presenter Chris Corcoran, Friday 10 July, 1-2pm

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HelenMumsnet (MNHQ) Wed 08-Jul-09 10:52:27

Chris Corcoran, presenter of CBeebies' Doodle Do will be joining us for a live webchat on Mumsnet on Friday between 1-2pm.

And, lovely chap that he is, he's recorded a special pre-webchat video for you to watch - see below.

To celebrate Children's Art Week (6-12 July), Chris has joined forces with Haliborange to host a series of exclusive creative master classes for its newly launched Shiny School. Chris has created three imaginative tutorials for Haliborange Shiny School, designed to suit ages 4-6, 7-9 and 10-12 years and needing no specialised or expensive equipment. The site gives parents ideas and tips on how to have fun and learn something new as a family, and also provides nutritional advice.

Chris is happy to answer all your questions (within reason!) during this sponsored chat, and will also be giving some creative inspiration for things to do with your children over the summer holidays.

If you can't make it on the day, please feel free to post your advance questions here.

squeaver Sat 11-Jul-09 12:35:31


emsiewill Sat 11-Jul-09 14:54:21

If you go here, at exactly 20 minutes in, you can hear Corky talk about doing this webchat (prompted by me texting in to the show). Sounds like he enjoyed it...

edam Sat 11-Jul-09 16:22:21

ooh, Rhod Gilbert is a v. funny stand up, too. Thanks for the link!

LoveBuckets Sat 11-Jul-09 16:27:49

Why why why is the Elvis routine not on Youtube? I want to share him with the world! Techymumsnetters, get on the case please.

ShowOfHands Sat 11-Jul-09 16:38:27

Rhod Gilbert's lost luggage sketch is knicker-wettingly funny. Chris Corcoran is knicker-wettingly lovely. Everybody's a winner.

That was crude. I apologise. I've just been for a 10k run and I can't think straight. I'll regret it the moment I click post. Still going to click post though, it's the thrill of posting the word knicker on the web. Twice. I take my kicks where I can get 'em these days.

<<goes for lie down>>

squeaver Sat 11-Jul-09 17:20:59

And, it was very nice to see cappuccino back on this thread.


morningpaper Sat 11-Jul-09 17:26:36

emsiewill: Great link, awww he is too cute. I want to gobble him up.

OracleInaCoracle Sat 11-Jul-09 18:05:31

aww how sweet, and he thinks we have a cracking sense of humour!

OracleInaCoracle Sat 11-Jul-09 18:06:10

think i love him even more now <swoon>

emsiewill Sat 11-Jul-09 19:03:56

I've never seen doodle do in my life, but I (doodle) do love listening to Rhod and Corky on a Saturday morning. And they always read out my texts - that's the advantage of it being a local radio station!

Caz10 Sat 11-Jul-09 20:12:11

emsiewill what a great link, that was so nice!

bronze Sat 11-Jul-09 22:35:05

and then they play the cure.... it gets better and better

paisleyleaf Sun 12-Jul-09 10:53:36

envy at that Radio Wales for a local radio station
ours is truly atrocious. Honestly, it is really bad

RealityIsMyOnlyDelusion Sun 12-Jul-09 11:08:35

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NormaSknockers Sun 12-Jul-09 11:15:31

Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!! How did I miss this envy

emsiewill Sun 12-Jul-09 12:20:41

I only listen to Radio Wales for this show - the rest of the time it is exactly how you would imagine it to be - easy listening music and programmes about hill farmers...

JackBauerDoodleDoes Mon 13-Jul-09 19:16:07


Spent all weekend at IL's, come back to this thread.

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