This is a show from Aardman Animations ('Wallace & Gromit') about a Sheep named Shaun. Shaun was originally a character in the movie 'Wallace & Gromit: A Close Shave' where one of Wallace's contraptions sheared off all of Shaun's wool. For the remainder of the movie, Shaun wore a sweater made from his own wool. In this series, Shaun has many adventures with his barnyard compatriots and the rest of his flock.
The flock hear the enticing tunes of an ice cream van approaching and quickly hatch a plan to divert it into their field. While the driver seeks help, the flock have great fun with an endless supply of ice cream - but will they be able to cover their tracks before they're discovered?
When Shaun's old friend the Alien drops by for a much-needed loo break, Shaun is only too happy to let him use the facilities in the Farmhouse. While he's going about his business he leaves Shaun in charge of his intriguing new gadget.
It's Timmy's birthday and the flock have thrown a party for him. At first he's delighted by all the attention. But when the flock become distracted and he's left with no-one to play with, he decides to entertain himself.
Shaun dreams of a life in the fast-lane. When Shirley lands upon something that could make his wish come true he can't believe his luck. The only obstacle that stands in his way is the rest of the flock.
The Farmer is very excited by his new purchase. He calls on Bitzer to set up his new TV while he readies himself to watch life in 3D. To his surprise, it's more 3D than he could ever have imagined.
The Farmer's personal hygiene leaves much to be desired. Shaun, Bitzer and the flock decide action is needed - and set about giving the Farmer a full-service wash.
When the Farmer pops out for more supplies, Bitzer is left in charge of decorating and calls on the flock for help. He soon realises this may be a terrible mistake as they have their own way of doing things - painting and decorating isn't their strong point!
The Farmer's niece has come to visit, bringing her precious pet rabbit. The Farmer entrusts Bitzer to look after it while they go inside for lunch. All in a day's work - until the rabbit disappears! Shaun and the flock are called to action to help track down the illusive pet before the niece discovers it's missing. But do they understand what they're looking for?
The Farmer can't believe his luck - he has a winning ticket! He just needs to keep it safe until morning and there's only one dog for the job! Unfortunately Bitzer is a hopeless guard dog. Can he rescue the winning ticket, or has he lost the Farmer's fortune?
Bitzer decides to pamper himself with a relaxing bath while the Farmer is away from the farm. However, his plans are rudely disturbed by a persistent intruder. Will Shaun be able to out-smart the tenacious bug?
Everyone is settling down for a relaxed night on the farm, when Bitzer begins to act very strangely - he just can't sit still. When his peculiar behaviour starts spreading around the flock, Shaun decides he must find out what is causing it.
When the Farmer discovers he's sprung a leak, he calls the water board to come and fix the problem. The bored flock are thrilled by the opportunity to have some watery fun. When the workmen clock off, the party begins.
It's time for the Annual Dog Show and the Farmer is sure Bitzer has a good chance of winning this year. When things don't quite go as planned, the Farmer comes up with an ingenious idea which might help him win...
Shaun comes across a discarded jigsaw puzzle and calls on the flock to help him put it together. When Bitzer discovers the final piece is missing they decide they must do whatever it takes to solve the puzzle.
A film crew arrives to record a rare bird nesting at Mossybottom Farm. The Farmer is delighted by all the attention, but when a cameraman films the flock enjoying a game of cricket, drastic action is needed.
An unusual guest lands on the farm. Shaun and Bitzer try their best to make the visitor feel welcome but can't work out what the unexpected arrival needs. When they realise it is hungry, they set about trying to find it some food - if only they could get their hands on the Farmer's prize catch!
There's a new kid on the block and he's up to no good. At first Bitzer is charmed by the newcomer, but when he starts to get him into trouble, Shaun decides something must be done to teach him a lesson.
Game on! Everyone is excitedly getting ready to watch a football match on TV, when an out-of-control toy plane hits the TV aerial, ruining the picture. Oh no! Bitzer is sent to fix the problem and asks the flock for help.
The Farmer is off on holiday, confident he's left the Farm in safe hands. However, the animals quickly learn his replacement is only interested in looking after himself! Dismayed and hungry, they decide he has to go.
Bitzer struggles to finish his list of chores before the ice cream van arrives. (Note: Episode not shown by CBBC in original season) Shown on 2014-04-21 , Easter treat for CBBC watchers.
When the Farmer tasks Bitzer with ridding the Farm of a pesky Crow, Shaun comes up with an ingenious disguise to fool the intruder. However, the plan backfires when Bitzer is suspected of being the crazed Chicken thief of Mossybottom Farm.
When the Farmer decides it's time he & Bitzer head out for a bit of Man & Dog time, Shaun seizes his chance to take charge. He soon discovers the job is not quite as easy as he first thought.
The Farmer decides it's time to get fit - and calls on Bitzer to join him. Bitzer has other ideas and comes up with a secret plan to avoid putting in the hard work. Will his scheme catch up with him in the end?
With the animals of Mossybottom Farm keenly watching 'Shaun Vs Bitzer' in the greatest table tennis match of all time, they fail to notice a hungry Fox who isn't keeping his eye on the ball at all.
It's a quiet day and the Flock decide to entertain each other by performing their favourite party tricks. However, when the Farmer tries to join in, things get a little awkward.
Bitzer has completed all his chores and is at a bit of a loss. He's delighted when he discovers the Flock's barn needs a good tidy-up - until he comes across a wonky picture that just won't hang straight.
The Farmer decides to build a golf course on the farm to impress the local Squire. When the Flock discover they'll lose their beloved dump, they need to come up with an imaginative solution to try and save it.
When Shaun and the Flock discover that a pair of nesting Ducks has stolen their bedding to make a comfy new home up on top of Bitzer's kennel, the battle is on to set things straight.
Bitzer gets his wish for some peace & quiet when Shaun becomes hypnotised by Mowermouth the goat and finally stops bothering him. But with the whole Flock under the influence of Mowermouth's powerful gaze, Bitzer soon realises just how much he needs his old buddy.
Tired of eating grass, Shaun sets out to pinch one of the Farmer's prized apples only to have every attempt ruined by his constantly sneezing accomplice - a Sheep, who much to Shaun's frustration, has decided to be his new best friend.