What kids tv do you fondly remember?

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Linzechris

What kids tv do you fondly remember?

I remember all the ones mentioned plus Skippy the bush Kangaroo and what was the dolphin one called?
I also fondly remember Listen With Mother and later on Watch With Mother.
Quite a bit later I watched lots of childrens programs with my daughter and secretly loved Fraggle Rock!
Does anyone remember Lost in Space?

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Elpe

What kids tv do you fondly remember?

I remember Journey into Space on the radio in the fifties. Acc to Wiki it was the last radio programme in the UK to attract a bigger evening audience than television. My sister was born in 1954 and Mum & I always crossed our fingers that she wouldn't wake up & start crying in the middle of it!

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SonyaK

What kids tv do you fondly remember?

Loved 'The Magic Roundabout'. It had quite a following with students when i was at Uni!!!

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Thistledo

What kids tv do you fondly remember

Oh, I also remember Journey Into Space. So excited when the opening music started. The whole family would fall into silence.

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John S.

What kids tv do you fondly remember?

Nobody has mentioned "The Bumblies" with Michael Bentine, that guy was so good.

Then there was Billy Bean, "Billy Bean built a machine to see what it could do", "He built it out of sticks and stones and nuts and bolts and glue"
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I remember all the ones from the 50s and 60s. then there was Yogi Bear, Snaglepuss, Rocky and Bullwinkle, Pink Panther, Bugs Bunny, and can you remember Circus Boy and Beverley Hillbillies?

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John S.

What kids tv do you fondly remember?

Almost forgot my number one Fave, "Thunderbirds", that program was brilliant!

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Grannie Cool

What kids tv do you remember.

The dolphin was called "Flipper" wasn't it? I don't think anyone has mentioned "William Tell" and we also watched "The Saint" and how about Paul Temple?

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Essex Girl

Children's TV

I liked William Tell too, also Ivanhoe and Sir Lancelot.

 
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