The Fairies entertains and engages the target audience on many
different levels including diverse characters, visual and musical
elements, fantasy and magic themes, humour and fun, as well as
the appropriateness and accessibility of the story lines.The
humour in the series is developed through the frenetic actions
of Barnaby the Bizzy Buzzy Bee and the magnificent yet forever
perplexed Wizzy the Wizard (whose magic never works out first time).
The magic and fantasy in The Fairies is sprinkled with special effects
and an abundance of on-screen glitter. The visual effects are
mesmerising and enormous fun.The Fairies music is upbeat, age
and lyrically appropriate and it colours the episodes and gives
fabulous dynamics. The series contains a range of musical experiences
that extend beyond traditional early childhood musical content.
The episodes include simple, repetitive stings, rhythms and songs
as well as more sophisticated arrangements, particularly featuring
a contemporary dance/pop feel. Music is fun and has a beat even the
youngest child can dance and move to.