Blockbusters was an Australian children's game show, broadcast on the Seven Network, where players from two schools competed over the course of a week, in a rolling format - where games could be started in the middle of an episode, and stopped and continued on the next episode. The school team earning the most points won a major prize for their school, such as an encyclopedia. The show was hosted by Michael Pope. It ran in Australia from 1990 to 1993.
The game board consisted of 20 interlocking hexagons, arranged in five columns of four. Each hexagon contained a letter of the alphabet. A contestant would choose one of the letters, and would be asked a general-knowledge trivia question whose correct answer began with the chosen letter.
Two students from each school played in each match. the shorter path alternated between the teams in the first two games, and a 4x4 tie-break gameboard was used in the event of the first two games in a match being split between the two teams. Five points were earned towards the scho
Our House is a British Entertainment television programme. Broadcast on UKTV Style, it is a show which more thoroughly follows the DIY show fad of the late 1990s.
The object of the show is to take a dilapidated house and completely do it up into a "Dream" house. The shows claims to: bring together everything you need to know about creating your own dream home under one roof - expert advice, step-by-step DIY guides, tricks of the trade
The show has a central presenter in Andrea McLean, and a series of experts, including: Harry Greene, Craig Phillips, Gavin Lowe, Steve Toms Fran McAteer, John Amabile and Tommy Walsh
Animated Tales of the World is a 2001 American animated series that aired on HBO. It won two Primetime Emmy Awards in 2001, for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation and Outstanding Voice-Over Performance for Peter Macon.
Megamaths is an Educational programme about Maths that originally aired on BBC2 between 1996 and 2001. Each episode was 20 minutes long and was written by Maths Television Presenter Simon Davies. Other people that have been in the series are Liz Crowther and Annee Blott. Between 1996 and 1999 it was presented in a castle where there were the four card suites and jokers. There were two gargoyles at the front of the castle who spoke in rhyme. After megamaths ran for 3 series they decided to stop the castle idea and two presenters presented in a studio.
Shima Shima Tora no Shimajirō is a Japanese anime show aimed at preschoolers. The series debuted on December 13, 1993. Shimajiro was formed in 1988, followed by Kodomo Charenji. It was featured on the E! "The Soup" segment.
Linus runs for school president with Lucy and Charlie Brown being his campaign managers.
You're Not Elected, Charlie Brown is the eighth prime-time animated TV special based upon the popular comic strip Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz and the 10th one to air. It originally aired on CBS on October 29, 1972, right before the 1972 election.
It's Spring Training, Charlie Brown is the 35th prime-time animated TV special based upon the popular comic strip Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz. It was produced in 1992 but unlike previous specials it wasn't shown on CBS, and remained unseen until Paramount released it on video in 1996. The special was released by Warner Home Video on October 9, 2012, on the DVD Happiness is ... Peanuts: Go Snoopy Go!
Animal Attractions Television is a television program about the deep affection people have for their pets. The show is hosted by Alex Boylan, Megan Blake and Chrishaunda Lee. This series airs on PBS stations in the US, and is funded in part by Hill's Science Diet. There were three seasons of the series, starting in 2006 and ending in 2009.
Lapitch the Little Shoemaker is an animated television series from Croatia Film and EM.TV/HaffaDiebold, with animation by Neptuno Films of Barcelona, Spain. It is a spin-off from the 1997 film of the same name.
Returning from the film are the title character, Lapitch the mouse, and his girlfriend Lisa, along with their pets Brewster and Pico. For the series, a character called Melchior replaces Master Scowler's role.
As of 2009, the show airs on Tiny Pop in the United Kingdom.
The second series of All Star Family Fortunes began on ITV on 27 October 2007. It ran for ten weeks and aired every Saturday night, with the exception of the last two episodes which aired on 25 December 2007 and 5 January 2008 respectively. Although the final episode of the series aired in 2008, it can still be counted as part of the 2007 series.
The More You Know is a series of Emmy Award-winning public service announcements broadcast on the NBCUniversal family of channels in the United States and other locations. These PSAs are broadcast regularly during NBC's programming in primetime, late night, and Saturday morning.
The spots feature personalities from various NBC shows. Tom Brokaw was the first person to do a The More You Know spot; it aired on NBC in September 1989.
The first 'comet trail' star logo was created by Paul Johnson on an animation stand using a slit scan technique at R/Greenberg Associates in Manhattan. They were later updated using three-dimensional computer graphics.
In 2010 and 2011, US President Barack Obama participated in the campaign, encouraging parents to be more involved in their children's education. Several past presidents have also participated, including President Bill Clinton and President George H. W. Bush.
"El Poder de Saber" is The More You Know's sister campaign on Telemundo. While the other U.S. broadcast networks
Set in the fictional Bollygum National Park, the series follows Blinky Bill, Mrs Magpie, Angelina Wallaby and Walter Wombat from the original _Blinky Bill_ books by Dorothy Wall, and adds new characters such as Charlie Goanna, Eric Echidna, Sybilla Snake and Kerry Koala from the neighbouring fictional Acadia Ridge park.
Gather 'Round was an educational series syndicated on numerous PBS stations from September 1, 1978 until January 1, 1979. The series was a production of CTI/Glad and was shown mainly during weekday in-school telecasts. The programs generally ran for 15 minutes or less. They were hosted/narrated by Paul M Lally and featured the charcoal drawings of Rae Owings. As Lally told stories, Owings would draw pictures with a charcoal pencil, illustrating the story as it was being told. Lally and Owings were also responsible for behind the scenes production work on other shows such as Cover to Cover, and The Word Shop.
1, 2, 3 Go is an American filmed children's television series hosted by Jack Lescoulie with Richard Thomas. The 30-minute educational series was telecast on NBC in 1961-62. Each episode had a theme and was narrated by Thomas. The show established that adult and child were on an equal footing, sometimes with the child in a superior position.
Fred and Barney Meet the Shmoo is a 90-minute Saturday morning animated package show produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions from December 8, 1979 to November 15, 1980 on NBC. It contained the following segments: The New Fred and Barney Show, The Thing, and The New Shmoo.
The show was a repackaging of episodes from The New Fred and Barney Show and The Thing combined with half-hour reruns of The New Shmoo.
Despite the show's title, Fred, Barney, the Thing and the Shmoo only appeared briefly together in bumpers between segments. In 1980, the Shmoo joined Fred and Barney on the "Bedrock Cops" segment of The Flintstone Comedy Show.
The PTL Club, later called The Jim and Tammy Show, and in its last days PTL Today and Heritage Today, was a Christian television program first hosted by evangelists Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker, which ran from 1974 to 1989. The PTL Club, which adopted a talk-show format, was the flagship television program of the Bakkers' PTL Satellite Network. It was one of the first Christian broadcasts in the U.S. to deal with the subject of homosexuality.