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    Default Re: Great shows from your childhood

    Someone I think already mentioned 'Lift Off' but I'd recommend it too. Good Aussie creation. Wakkadoo!

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    You have the Sooty puppets? That's awesome, I honestly loved it!

    Loved fraggle rock too! This is a great topic! Feeling a little old though!!!

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    Does anyone remember Catweazel? Used to love that show!!

    And all the old Dr Whos.....they were so cool!

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    Default Great shows from your childhood

    The Sooty Show
    The Raggy Dolls
    Thomas the Tank (with Ringo Starr)
    Tugs
    Fireman Sam
    T-Bag
    Puddle Lane
    The Smurfs
    The Snorks
    Sailor Moon
    Madeleine
    The Wombles
    Gumby
    Garfield and Friends
    The Famous Five
    Charlie Chalk
    Ship to Shore
    Albert the 5th Musketeer
    Black Beauty
    Maid Marian and her Merry Men
    Grange Hill

    I have most of these kids shows on DVD or as YouTube playlists n my ds just loves watching them. His favourite is The Sooty Show. He has the latest tv series on DVD that my dad recorded for him in the uk as well as my classic episodes dating back to 1977. He has a full set of sooty puppets as well as my old set from when I was a kid as well as sooty quilt covers and lots of plush sooty,s including a build a bear sweep dressed up as Pavarotti as sweep sings Nessum dorma in a few of the tv shows.

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    marmalade atkins
    secret valley

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    Secret Valley - oh how I loved that show!

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    Battle of the Planets (Aka G-Force)
    Voltron (the lions version)
    Lost cities of gold
    astroboy
    The Muppets (obviously, lol)
    Fraggle Rock
    Dangermouse
    Monkey!
    Marmalade Atkins.
    the Hendersen kids (with Kylie M)
    Secret Valley
    And I was seriously obsessed with Punky Brewster too.

    As a teen I loved Argh! Real Monsters. Cool show.

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    Default Great shows from your childhood

    Raggy Dolls was my fav!!
    Hey Arnold was another.
    Captain Planet
    Round the Twist!

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    Default Great shows from your childhood

    It's the song that doesn't end and it goes on and on my friend first you started singing it not knowing what it was and then you keep on singing in forever just because it is the song that doesn't end and it goes on and on my friend can't remember the name of the show. bout a lamb.
    Play school
    Sailor moon
    There are more but can't remember
    All the kids scary story ones


 

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