There is an inside and an outside to everybody's house, but most of us can't choose which way round to have them.
Flying is an art which only wise birds understand, but even they can be misled by ingenious mice.
A fiddle is surely a truly magic instrument, especially in the hands of a leprechaun.
An old bottle gives the mice an idea.
Bagpuss and his friends come into the possession of a statue which they believe to be a giant.
A proper mill grinds corn for flour and bread; a look at what a mouse mill makes.
Emily brings home a poor little elephant who has lost his ears; Bagpuss and his friends try to get his ears back via the medium of song.
Emily brings some broken pieces of what seem to be ivory and they fit together into a nodding Chinese man; meanwhile, Professor Yaffle tells the story of the wise man of Ling-Po.
Emily brings in a floppy tartan cloth object which Bagpuss claims is a hamish, and makes a noise like bagpipes being played backwards; Professor Yaffle thinks it is a porcupine without spines.