9 Apr 2024

Series 2 Dizzy Deliveries starts 15th April 2024!

13 new episodes of Dizzy Deliveries starting Monday 15th April!

Joe, Aisling, Ozzy and friends are off on new adventures to the airport, ice cream parlour, a concert, horse riding and lots more! Filmed on locations in Sligo, Dublin, Longford, Waterford, Wexford and Cork, there's so much to enjoy and sign along to!

Series two has thirteen episodes, directed by BAFTA award winning Welsh writer and director Nia Ceidiog (whose credits include Fireman Sam and Something Special with Mr. Tumble for Cbeebies) with theme music from Maria Doyle Kennedy and Kieran Kennedy. This season features some great cameos from famous Irish faces including singer-songwriter Mundy, chef JP McMahon, Special Olympics gold medallist Timothy Morahan, and horticulturalist Diarmuid Gavin. Every episode also features a young Lámh user who shares with us their lives, their worlds and their broader communities.

Dizzy Deliveries is the first TV show to use Lámh. In each episode we meet children who use Lámh, and focus on specific signs, bringing Lámh signs to life as the drama unfolds. Dizzy Deliveries helps audiences to add Lámh to their own vocabulary in a fun and interactive way.

Series 1 of Dizzy Deliveries broke new ground in Irish broadcasting. It quickly became a beloved fixture on the TV schedule and the most-watched children’s commission on the RTÉ Player. So many children became instant fans of Joe, Ozzy and Aisling.

We have grandparents, aunts and cousins who have all bought into this– you are breaking down barriers, smashing down doors, and creating whole new worlds of possibilities for our little people!” – Michelle, mum of a little girl with Down Syndrome

Last year, Dizzy Deliveries was awarded a silver Clio Entertainment Award in LA in the category: Television Series: Public Relations for Social Good, a category which included submissions from global streaming giants such as Netflix, National Geographic and MTV. The Clio Awards is an annual award programme that recognises innovation and creative excellence in advertising, design, and communication, as judged by an international panel of advertising professionals.

Irish TV and content company Macalla created the Dizzy Deliveries series in close collaboration with Lámh, who supported and advised on all episodes.