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why don't you 1970s Childrens TV programme - Google Search

Remember 'Why Don't You'? From BBC Cardiff. This kids TV show from the famously asked 'Why Don't You Just Switch Off Your Television Set and Go and Do Something Less Boring Instead?' Also a nostalgic public service advert too about stranger danger.

1970'S TV Shows - The Muppets.  This was a great show!  Miss it.

The Muppet Show.I loved that show as a kid.especially the two up in the balcony, kermit, Miss Piggy and Ralph (the dog who played the piano) I still have a puppet toy that looks exactly as Raplh did in the show.

Sooty & Sweep - " izzie wizzie lets get buzy"

Original TV Sooty returns to the UK to be put under the hammer at auction

Effects of Television Watching Children

23 Interesting Permissive Parenting Statistics

How Television Affects Childrens' Brain? How Television Affects Childrens' Brain Infographic takes a look at how TV may be impacting children.

The Woodentops - part of the Watch with Mother series - is one of the first TV programmes I ever watched                                                                                                                                                     More

Watch With Mother - The Woodentops (Horseshoe) : BBC : Free Download & Streaming

80s children's tv shows - Rainbow

Rainbow TV show.Up above the streets and houses, rainbow climbing high. Everyone can see it climbling, through the sky.Paint the whole world with a rainbow!

The Day I was Attacked by a Children’s TV Star

Emu and Rod Hull. I had a replica puppet that I used to drive everyone mad with.

THE BANANA SPLITS - Like most 60s/70s bubblegum artists, the Banana Splits starred in a Saturday morning children's TV show.

The Banana Splits, essential TV viewing for any self-respecting kid. One banana, two banana, three banana, four .i loved when punk band the Dickies redid the song!

Itsy and Bitsy. Paperplay was wonderful! I found the black background most mysterious! But it was just to hide the puppeteers.

Paper Play with puppets Itsy and Bitsy, made by Thames TV shown on ITV's children's lunchtime segment, late

The 1970s TV show Bagpuss featured mice who sang in falsetto tones -- Never seen it, but now I want to!

If there's a mouse in the house he's probably singing love songs

Mister Hartley Hare ... more manky than marvellous but he's my favourite tv presenter of all time.... swoon

Pipkins - Hartley Hare, terrifying, he looked like roadkill! All the Pipkins characters were somewhat disturbing :

Animal Kwackers... 1970s Childrens' TV Programme... The stuff nightmares were made of.

I vaguely remember this. It does seem a little creepy now but of course there were plenty of people dressing up as animals (Banana Splits) and wombles and singing to kids in the so maybe we took it in our stride