Dick and Dom in da Bungalow [2003 to 2006]
Media Gallery

Dick and Dom in da Bungalow Titles
[2003]

These are the titles used for the show for it's run on BBC ONE from September 2003.
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Dick and Dom in da Bungalow Trailer
[2003]

This is the second of the trailers run on BBC ONE during the early weeks of the programme.

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Double Dare!
[2003]

So there's Little Bo Peep down in the basement about to start up the Scary Dick game, and who should be lurking in the cage? None other than Peter 'Double Dare' Simon!

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Dick and Dom in da Bungalow Christmas Titles
[2003] (also used in 2004 & 2005)

Ho Ho Dick and Dom! Here's the set of Christmas titles that the show first sported over the 2003 festive period.

The keen eyed will spot the CBBC channel logo top left as that's where this particular clip came from.
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Dick and Dom in da Bungalow Trailer
[2004]

This is the trailer used in the run-up to the second series of the show.

This particular video was run on the BBCi service featuring Bogies Gold.
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Dick and Dom in da Bungalow Titles
[2004]

The show's second year on BBC ONE brought a slightly revised set of titles.
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Baby Racing
[2004]

One of the more mad and surreal moments from the show - themed baby racing. This time the toddlers are dressed as small French men...
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Opening Christmas Song
[2004]

Here's Dick & Dom opening a show just before Christmas with their song.

The eagle-eyed among you might have noticed that this is indeed a clip from the CBBC Channel on Sunday, but hey - so what!
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Dick and Dom in da Bungalow Trailer
[2005]

Here's an example of a trailer for the show shown early in 2005, featuring lots of messy clips from the show.

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BBCi Buttons, Balls & Bungalaa
[2005]

Buttons, Balls & Bungalaa was the BBCi interactive game featuring Dick & Dom that played during the cartoons.

Here are the titles, the game intro titles and the ending slide.

This was transmitted in 4:3 aspect.
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BBCi Buttons, Balls & Bungalaa - Ladder Dance
[2005]

Dick and Dom are off to play House of Horrors - and in best tradition they need to climb the ladder...

Cue the music and Dick waving his stick...

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BBCi Buttons, Balls & Bungalaa - Pants Dance
[2005]

If you won the Donkey Derby game, Dom got to tip a bucket of Carroty Cocktail over Dick...

...but if you lost, Dom was subjected to the Pants Dance!

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Dick and Dom in da Bungalow Best Bits Titles
[2005]

Another variation of the title sequence was used for the boys' Best Bits compilation programmes broadcast at the end of the 2004/2005 season.
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Dick and Dom Trailer 'June & July'
[2005]

Broadcast in the weeks leading to the 2005/6 series of the show, here's Dick and Dom's first trailer featuring their 'summer' jobs in June and July...
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Dick and Dom Trailer 'August'
[2005]

...and following on in the week before the series started, here are their antics from August...
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Totally Totally Serious News
[2005]

We interrupt this page to bring you this report from Donald Dickinson of Totally Totally Serious News...

He reports on the duo's summer failures and asks ordinary people in the street what they think of Dick and Dom.
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Dick and Dom in da Bungalow Titles
[2005]

Another variant of the titles for what is billed to be the final series of the show.

This time though, there's been quite a lot of change to the backgrounds and some of the song lyrics.
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Nae Body Move
[2005]

The first ever Nae Body Move featuring DC Harry Batt (our favourite Bungalow character) has fallen into complete and total chaos.

What can they do to save the situation now? That's right, cue the Garden Dance!
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Dick and Dom in da Bungalow Trailer
[2005]

Time for the show's Friday trailer and in this particular example, from early in the show's 2005/6 run, Dom's in the kitchen cupboard.

Poor little mite - remember kids, don't try this at home...
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Dick and Dom in da Bungalow Trailer
[2005]

The second version of the Dick and Dom trailer that was broadcast quite widely during the first few week of the show's 2005/2006 series.

This version features the revised CBBC logo that was introduced in early October 2005.
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Dick and Dom in da Bungalow Christmas Trailer
[2005]

Here's the Christmas trailer the boys did on 9th December for the next day's show.

And it just happens to be preceded by their CBBC Christmas trailer!
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Raymond Newsreader's News Flash
[2006]

Here's Raymond Newsreader - and his Dad - breaking into the show with news.

But only after they've practiced their Girls Aloud Dance...
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Harry Batt's Song
[2006]

He's really quite appealing,
And he'll have those villians squealing,
His look is devestating,
When he's interrogating...
...Harry Batt...
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Prize Idiot's Goodbye Song
[2006]

It's the last show, and the Prize Idiot says goodbye to the duo with a rendition of 'That's What Friends Are For'.
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Last Show Ending
[2006]

Here are the boys and the other regulars - and a few others too - rounding off the last show with a song...

...and a lot of creamy muck muck.

Goodbye!
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What a Terrible Dream!
[2006]

BBC Director of Children's Programmes, Alan Yentob, wakes from a terrible dream... or was it?
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