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Yamba’s Playtime” has been in production since 1995. Yamba’s Playtime is a 30 minute variety style program for children and follows the life of ‘Yamba the Yerrampe’(honeyant). Inspired by indigenous culture, desert living, family and  friendship, Yamba’s Playtime uses themes and characters mixed with original songs, dancing and singing to produce entertaining and energetic storylines throughout each episode.

Yamba’s Playtime is a live action variety program, with Central Australian main characters Yamba the Honeyant and best friend Jacinta.   Together with odd sock puppets, Chabba and Flopp, as well as singing packages by Golden Guitar winner Warren H Williams in Series 1 and Top End Diva Shellie Morris in Series 2, both Series are set to delight pre-school children around the nation.

Series 1 was the first indigenous themed children’s program to receive P (Preschool) classification. The program’s producer – Imparja Television based in Alice Springs, is proud to announce that Yamba’s Playtime Series 1 will be repeated on the Nine Network nationwide from Monday 10th December along with Yamba’s Christmas Surprise on Christmas Day. The premiere of Series 2 will continue the honeyant journey early in January 2013.

Come along on a fun and entertaining journey into the world of Yamba’s Playtime. You will have an ANTastic adventure!

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Contact Details
Phone: 08 8950 1424
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Imparja Television 18 Leichhardt Terrace,  Alice Springs,  NT,  0870
Like Yamba’s Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/yambathehoneyant

Yamba's Playtime is supported by the Australian Government through the Indigenous Broadcasting Program of the Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy.
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