New to BBC Children's television its Rastamouse.
How cool is this.
So what is this ding Rastamouse:
Rastamouse is the main character in a mouse gang named "The Easy Crew". He wears a traditional Rasta woolly hat and sports dreadlocks. His supporting cast include the female Scratchy, dressed in a 1950s balloon skirt and ribbon bow on her head and the contemporarily styled male Zoomer. Others include the President Wensley Dale, Banzulu the Cook who has bites out of one ear, and Bagga-T the hip-hop styled mouse who runs the Orphanage, as well as several unnamed orphan mice.
The stories show how people can get on and solve problems in a unique Rastamouse way, usually resulting with those who committed crimes going unpunished if they show remorse and explain why they did what they did, and promise not to do it again.
Rastafarianism has an ethos of Ital food, locally produced, vegan, etc.
I am guessing being a rasta mouse would involve an obvious contradiction as the mice like cheese but may be I am thinking too much.
If you are one of my non UK viewers, hope Rastamouse comes to you soon.
If you are over here its on BBC at 4.40pm over 26 episodes