Asked Questions about Gullah Gullah Island:
Q: I used to love watching Gullah Gullah Island on Nick
Jr. What happened to it?
A: Production for Gullah Gullah Island ended in
1999. It was a fabulous experience and we had a great time doing
it! The program is now airing on Noggin TV every day at 10:30 a.m.
and 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time! Click
here to get Noggin in your area. You can also order
the videos from our collection on Amazon.com.
Q: Where can I purchase Gullah Gullah Island videos, books,
and music CDs?
A: You can order Gullah Gullah Island videos, books,
and music CDs from our collection
Q: I'm a meeting/events planner. Are Ron and Natalie Daise available
A: Certainly! We're available for performances and appearances.
See our Bookings page for more info.
Q: What and Ron and Natalie doing now?
A: Individually and collectively, Ron and Natalie continue
to believe in, pursue and achieve dreams. Miss
Natalie's Workshop, featuring whimsical Gullah Island gifts
and handcrafts, opened on St. Helena Island in March 2000. Products
handpainted and handcrafted by Natalie are available at Ms. Natalie's
Workshop and can also be ordered online. In February 2000, Ron premiered
Sweet Surprises, a music
production of original one-of-a-kind love songs! Ron is creator,
songwriter and star performer. The production, available for bookings,
is a "A Feel-Good Theatrical Celebration of Love, Friendship, Passion
and Joy!" For a sampler, go to our Music
Q: Are those your real kids in the TV show?
A: Two of them are! Simeon, the baby on the show, is our
son and Sara, one of the neighbor children and Shaina's "best friend"
is our daughter. But all of the children felt like ours. We had
a great time together!
Q: What is Binyah Binyah doing now?
A: Binyah Binyah is a little shyer than he used to be, but
he's still on Gullah Gullah Island, hanging out in his favorite
old oak tree and enjoying little people who like to play as much
as he does.