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Meet the BBC Go Jetters

Meet the BBC Go Jetters

 Let us introduce you to the characters that make up the BBC Go Jetters team!

BBC Go Jetters is an exciting geography-based TV programme that follows the adventures of four heroes, Xuli, Kyan, Lars and Foz, as they travel the world with their disco dancing teacher, mentor and friend, Ubercorn. But who is who? Find out below with our guide to characters from the show:


Ubercorn is the Go Jetters’ disco-dancing, friendly and loud mentor! He guides the Go Jetters all around the world and teaches them about each landmark featured in the show with his brilliant ‘Funky Facts’. As a mentor, he wants to take the lead, but he’s also there to answer any questions.

Grandmaster Glitch

Grandmaster Glitch is a mischievous chap who can’t resist in meddling with monuments and landmarks. Glitch is a former Go Jet Academy student who never graduated, so he feels some sense of rivalry with the Go Jetters, and is desperate to prove that anything they can do, he can do better.


Grandmaster Glitch is assisted in his naughty plans by his faithful Grimbots.  The Grimbots speak in bleeps and can roll up into balls for rapid escape from the Go Jetters.


Xuli is the pilot of their vehicle, the Vroomster. She has excellent navigation skills and isn't afraid of zooming really fast through the clouds. Xuli loves more modern landmarks with a bit of style and design, and she also enjoys taking photos and videos of the places they explore.


Kyan puts the ‘Go’ in Go Jetters! The sporty one who is a skilled gymnast who dives straight in acting first, thinking later. He wears a deep blue and orange suit.


Lars is the mechanic and gentle giant of the group. In red and white, his logo has a cog-shaped surrounding. Lars is also shown being an Eiffel Tower lover in the first episode of the series.


Foz is the hyperactive brains of the crew. In light blue and yellow, his logo is shaped as a broken circle identical to an on/off button symbol.

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