NARRATOR: Peppa and her
family are going camping. I love camping. -We’re here.
-Hooray! [Both laughing] Peppa, George, this is the tent
I had when I was a little boy. Daddy, how are you going
to make that into a tent? Don’t worry, Peppa. I’m an expert at camping. Mummy Pig, put the
tent on the poles, please. That’s it. Easy as pie. -Ooh.
-Do these pegs do anything? Of course. I forget about the pegs. NARRATOR:
Pegs hold the tent up. There. The tent is a bit little. It was big enough for
me when I was a boy, but it does look a bit small now. That’s because you’ve grown a bit
since you were a boy, Daddy Pig. And your tummy has
grown the most of all. [Giggles] [Chuckles] Talking of tummies,
we should cook supper. Yes, yes. First we have to
collect sticks to make a fire. Yippee! NARRATOR: Peppa and
George are helping Daddy Pig collect sticks for the campfire. George, I’ll pick up the
sticks and you can carry them. [Giggling] Collecting sticks is fun. Good, that’s enough sticks. That’s a splendid campfire. -Now, I’ll be light it.
-Here are the matches. We don’t need matches. Daddy, now can you
light it without matches? I’m going to make fire the old way. By simply rubbing
these two sticks together. NARRATOR: Daddy Pig is
rubbing the two sticks together to light the campfire. -Where’s the fire, Daddy?
-Nearly there. [Pants, blows] ALL: Hooray! Easy as pie.
[All laughing] Now we can heat up the tomato soup. Ah, listen to the sounds of nature. [Cricket chirping]
What is that sound? That is the sound of cricket chirping. [Owl hooting]
What is that? That’s an owl. Look, there it is. [Hoots]
BOTH: Wow! [Stomach gurgling]
And what’s that noise? Oh, I’m not sure.
[Gurgling] It’s Daddy’s tummy.
[Laughing] My tummy rumbling is one of
the best sounds of nature. It means it’s time to eat. -I love tomato soup.
-So do I. [Slurping] There’s another one of
Daddy Pig’s sound of nature. [Burps] Huh? What? [All laugh] Come on, children. Into a tent.
It’s bedtime. We won’t all fit in. The tent is too little. It will be fine. In you go. Move further in, Mummy Pig. PEPPA:
Daddy, you’re too big for the tent. Never mind. I’d rather sleep outside anyway. Good night, Daddy Pig. -Good night, Daddy.
-Night-night. Good night, everyone. NARRATOR: Mummy Pig, Peppa and
George are sleeping in the tent. Daddy Pig is sleeping
outside under the stars. [Sighs] I love camping. Sleeping in the open air
with the star above me. Maybe this wasn’t such a
good idea after all. [Shivers] [Rooster crowing]
It is morning. Daddy, it was lovely and cosy in the tent. Oh, where’s Daddy? Daddy Pig has gone. Poor Daddy Pig. He must have been cold and wet. And now where is he?
[Daddy Pig snoring] -What’s that sound?
-It sounds like snoring. [Giggling] -Daddy Pig!
-What? Daddy, you’re safe! [Laughs] Of course I’m safe. I’m an expert at camping. I slept in the car. [Giggles] Silly Daddy. I love camping. [All laughing]