Oscar Charlie

Oscar Charlie
Charlie Spinner's grandad Oscar forgets his name, burns the muffins and let's his bath overflow. In fact, he is two radishes short of a picnic. But appearances can be deceptive. Charlie soon discovers that Oscar’s forgetful nature is actually a smokescreen to keep the family from discovering that he’s really a senior agent with British Intelligence. Faced with his grandson's discovery, Oscar is forced to enlist the help of 12-year-old Charlie in a highly sensitive and dangerous mission. And so begins their super-sleuth adventure in which young and old join forces in the fight against evil.

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Episodes

Series 1

  1. Episode 1

    Episode 1 Pack Shot

    Length: 25min

    Classification

    G

    General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children

    Charlie is less than thrilled to be visiting his doddering old Grandfather, Oscar. Oscar has senile dementia and seems to be getting worse. He burns his food, leaves the bath running and even seems...

  2. Episode 2

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    Length: 25min

    Classification

    G

    General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children

    Charlie’s plan to find out more about his grandad’s strange behaviour is thwarted when he is found rummaging through Oscar’s things by George, an associate of his grandfather’s. Taken to his...

  3. Episode 3

    Episode 3 Pack Shot

    Length: 25min

    Classification

    G

    General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children

    With Charlie’s first assignment having gone awry, it’s up to Oscar to save the day when it comes to Charlie’s parents. Covering for Charlie’s absence with a convincing lie, Oscar and his grandson...

  4. Episode 4

    Episode 4 Pack Shot

    Length: 25min

    Classification

    G

    General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children

    Once again Charlie’s quick-thinking comes into play when Carol’s discovery threatens to blow Oscar’s cover. With Carol off the scent, Oscar is summoned to Head Office. Palmer, the head MI5 has found...

  5. Episode 5

    Episode 5 Pack Shot

    Length: 25min

    Classification

    G

    General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children

    While Oscar recovers in hospital, Charlie manages to tell him about the bikers. Oscar tells Charlie to keep an eye on them, but while watching the spycam Charlie discovers that they’ve they captured...

  6. Episode 6

    Episode 6 Pack Shot

    Length: 25min

    Classification

    G

    General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children

    Charlie is angry with Oscar for not telling him the bikers were actually undercover agents, but when Mevedev unexpectedly arrives Charlie finds himself bundled into the back of a van for his own...

  7. Episode 7

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    Length: 25min

    Classification

    G

    General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children

    Trapped in the attic with Hakkon looking for him, Charlie comes up with a clever idea to avoid detection. Satisfied he’s home alone Hakkon and his men then whisk Oscar away as the bank raid has been...

  8. Episode 8

    Episode 8 Pack Shot

    Length: 25min

    Classification

    G

    General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children

    With Operation Bear Trap over, its back to boring old school for Charlie, and Oscar is preparing to meet his new MI6 boss, Hilary Channing. Meanwhile a man carrying a package crashes his motorbike....

  9. Episode 9

    Episode 9 Pack Shot

    Length: 25min

    Classification

    G

    General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children

    In a busy air traffic control room, the controllers are thrown into a panic when their vital flight information is hacked by a cartoon character. Moments later, everything returns to normal. What...