King Rollo:"King Rollo, a naive but kindly royal, explores his kingdom with a childish eye eager to learn about the ways of the world. He is helped by Queen Gwen from the palace next door to his, King Frank, and a royal Magician. There is also Cook, the royal cook, who arguably rules King Rollo's kingdom for him given the amount of advice and assistance she offers. Rollo also has a wise cat called Hamlet regularly shows more savvy than his master too!..."
Bagpuss:"Set in Emily's magic shop, the show centres around the various articles that she brings in to mend, clean and put in good order, mainly by having encouraging songs and stories made up about them. The inhabitants of the shop window Madeleine the rag doll, Gabriel the toad, professor Yaffle the wooden woodpecker, the mice who live on the mouse organ and of course Bagpuss himself, the sleepy, saggy, old cloth cat who presides over the proceedings have become immensely well known and well loved duri"
Paddington Bear:"Since he first set foot on Paddington Station and met Mr and Mrs Brown, Paddington Bear has become undeniably one of the world's classic bears, appealing to all ages. His humorous empathy with children, has warmed heart for generations and has rocketed Paddington Bear to ambassador status for britain."
The Wombles:"The Wombles live under Wimbledon Common in London and are responsible for keeping tidy quite a large area. It is from human beings' cast offs such as sweet papers, tins and bottles, old parts of bicycles, sewing machines, etc. that provide the Wombles with the necessities of life."
Mr Men:"Welcome to the offbeat world of Mr Men and Little Miss. Mr Men and Little Miss is based upon Roger Hargreave's famous books which have been published over the last 20 years. The series is a cheerful caricature of the adult world and with its non-conformist humour has entertained children, and their parents for generations!
Roger Hargreaves' characters are funny captivating, universal and timeless, enabling children to learn about diversity from an early age."
Thomas the Tank Engine:"Since its 1980s debut on UK television Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends has become a global classic, translated into 19 languages and broadcast in more than 130 countries. Based upon The Railway Series of books written by the Rev. Awdry, the stories are set on the beautiful island of Sodor in a traditional English countryside during the steam engine era."
The Clangers:"These hilarious films concern the life and times of some small, but highly civilised, mouse shaped persons who live on and in a small blue moon somewhere in space. The problems and situations that arise, or perhaps arrive, in their world are of course, much the same as ours but as their circumstances are so different the ways they have of dealing with them are different ? original, delightful and often profoundly sensible. Their's is a world where music grows on trees, where soup is dispensed by"
Portland Bill:""Oh, come with me to the rolling sea
While the weather's calm and still..."
The show's paints a fabulous story of the very-real Portland Bill Lighthouse in location of Dorset. The lighthouse in the series was named Guillemot Rock, and Portland Bill was the name of its keeper. The befuddle duo Ross and Cromarty were the keeper's assistants, and Dogger was their dog. The humour used in the series instantly appealed to a wide range of both parents and kids and continues to do so today! Portland Bi"
Mr Benn:"Mr Benn, is an ordinary man, with his ordinary bowler hat and suit, living his normal at 52 Festive Road. Until one day he stumbled across the most magnificent fancy dress shop, where he found the most fantastic entries into other worlds."