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Lah-Lah's Adventures

Lah-Lah Productions logo
Lah-Lah's Adventures
Genre Live Action and animation, Preschool, Music
Created by Tina Harris, Mark Harris, Deb Ryan
Directed by Deb Ryan
Starring Tina Harris, Mark Harris, Matt Ottignon, Gary Daley, Nic Cecire
Composer(s) Tina Harris & Mark Harris
Country of origin  Australia
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 26
Executive producer(s) Grahame Grassby
Producer(s) Deb Ryan
Editor(s) Mick Jones and Linda Ung
Location(s) Sydney
Cinematography Mick Jones
Running time 26 x 12 minutes
Production company(s) Stella Projects/Bardel Entertainment
Original channel CBeebies Australia, 7Two, BBC Kids Canada, Knowledge Newtwork
Audio format Stereo
Original release April 2014 – present
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Lah-Lah's Adventures is an Australian live-action and animation children's television program produced by Stella Projects and Bardel Entertainment[1] and distributed internationally by Bardel Entertainment. The program airs on ABC Kids and CBeebies in Australia as well as on BBC Kids and Knowledge Newtwork in Canada.

Lah-Lah's Adventures showcases the band Lah-Lah who teach children about music and musical instruments.[2]


  1. ^ "Lah-Lah's Adventures". Bardel Entertainment. Retrieved 26 February 2015. 
  2. ^ Official website
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