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Danger Mouse

Danger Mouse

  • TV sitcom
  • CBBC
  • 2015 - 2019
  • 97 episodes (2 series)

Reboot of the classic cartoon series, with Alexander Armstrong as the voice of Danger Mouse and Kevin Eldon as Penfold. Also features Dave Lamb, Stephen Fry, Shauna MacDonald, Ed Gaughan, Marc Silk and Morwenna Banks


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Series 1, Episode 29 - Cheesemageddon

Danger Mouse
Another 'grate' episode. It sees fanatical cheese fundamentalist Aubrey Camembear threaten to create the ultimate weapon which will turn everything to cheese.

Further details

Danger Mouse and the Baron are forced to team up in order to defeat a cheese obsessed villain.

Broadcast details

Tuesday 28th June 2016
15 minutes

Upcoming repeats

  1. Friday 2nd August 2024 at 10:40am on CBBC

Cast & crew

Alexander Armstrong Danger Mouse (Voice)
Kevin Eldon Penfold (Voice)
Dave Lamb The Narrator (Voice)
Stephen Fry Colonel K (Voice)
Shauna MacDonald Professor Squawkencluck (Voice)
Ed Gaughan Baron Greenback (Voice)
Marc Silk Nero (Voice)
Dave Lamb Stiletto (Voice)
Rasmus Hardiker Various (Voice)
Writing team
Andrew Burrell Script Editor
Ben Ward Head Writer
Nick Ostler Writer (Additional Material)
Mark Huckerby Writer (Additional Material)
Production team
Robert Cullen Director
Paul O'Flanagan Animation Director
Simon Nelson Voice Director
Peter Lewis Series Producer
Anne Tweedy Series Producer
Sarah Muller Executive Producer
Bob Higgins Executive Producer
Chapman Maddox Executive Producer
Sanj Sen Composer


The Beeb's terrific reboot returns. Earth has been invaded by self-unaware clowns who take laughter as a grave insult: as a custard-based homage to Independence Day gathers pace, Danger Mouse (Alexander Armstrong) must curb his mirth. It's a typically limber script that never lets the grown-up gags impede the kiddie fun. In particular, a line about balloons, nailed with relish by Stephen Fry as Colonel K, must have had the writers high-fiving.

Jack Seale, The Guardian, 27th June 2016

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