Teletubbies and the Snow is the 9th VHS. It was released in 1999 by BBC and Ragdoll Productions.
It was re-released on DVD along with Happy Christmas from the Teletubbies in 2000 and again in 2007 on the DVD 'Teletubbies Happy Christmas'. It was re-released on VHS/DVD in 2003.
Featuring: Tuomas, Natias, Katarina, Sofia, Aleksi, Daniel, Alexander, Mika, Anni, Vilma, Jaaskelainan, Henrietta, Emma, Tuuli, Ella, Hanna, Riku, Suvi and Annika.
With Thanks To: Eira & Catherine Palme and The Children from Sante Sana Game Reserve, South Africa and The New Testament Church of God, Birmingham, England, Maria Ballester, The Duesa Family and the Juanet Family and Overdale Nursery School, Scarborough, England
Teletubbies Everywhere- Featured film from GERMANY- KIKA
- The Snowing Clouds (From Christmas in South Africa)
- Christmas in Finland
- Everything Covered In Snow (From Christmas in Finland)
- Christmas in the UK
- Sliding in the Snow (From Christmas in the UK)
- Christmas in Spain
- The Big Snowball (From Christmas in Spain)
- Nativity Play
- The Snow Tubby (From Nativity Play)
- The 2003 release opens with the Teletubbies Everywhere episode Walking in the Snow (Germany)
- This is one of the VHS's that had the Macrovision logo at the start of the VHS. The other VHS was Ready Steady Go!
- The US Version is called Christmas in the Snow, and for some reason is split into 2 videos.
- Laa Laa was the boo shouter in both the UK and Volume 2 of Christmas in the Snow. In Volume 1 of Christmas in the Snow, Po was the boo shouter.
- Laa Laa was the missing teletubby in both the UK and Volume 1 of Christmas in the Snow Versions. Tinky Winky was the missing teletubby in both Volume 2 of Christmas in the Snow and Korean Versions. Po was the missing teletubby in Lithuanian Version.
- In the UK version, the end credits start after the Narrator says "Teletubbies say goodbye".
- When the Magic Windmill spins for the Nativity Play transmission when the house is shown when the Big Snowball segment ends, The Windmill doesn't have the sparkles.