Trumpton Riots Again

Looking at cult 70s children's television

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19971225]

We Cannot Return Your Paintings

The first of two programmes looking f cult seventies children's television. Producer Laura Parfitt Repeat KePeated Sunday 6.30pm

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971225]

Producer: Laura Parfitt

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971226]

It's Friday, It's Five to Five and It's... Second of two programmes looking at cult seventies children's television. Producer Laura Parfitt

Revised repeat on New Year's Day 10am

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971226]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19971228]

We Cannot Return Your Paintings

In the first of two programmes looking at cult seventies children's television,

Playschool's Fred Harris talks to Tony Hart , Rolf Harris , Pat Keysell ,

Wilf Lunn and Sylvester McCoy about art in children's television programmes. Repeated from Christmas Day 12noon

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971228]

Talks: Fred Harris

Unknown: Tony Hart

Unknown: Rolf Harris

Unknown: Pat Keysell

Unknown: Wilf Lunn

Unknown: Sylvester McCoy

Genome: [r4 Bd=19980101]

It's Friday, It's Five to Five and It's... The second of two programmes [poking at cult seventies children's TV. Repeated from Boxing Day 12noon

01We Cannot Return Your Paintings1997122519971228

`Playschool''s Fred Harris talks to Tony Hart, Rolf Harris, Pat Keysell, Wilf Lunn and Sylvester McCoy about art in children's television programmes.

02 LASTIt's Friday, It's Five To Five And It's...1997122619980101

`Magpie''s Jenny Hanley talks to Ed Stewart, Michael Aspel, Don Maclean, Bernie Clifton, Pip Hinton and Jan Hunt about `Crackerjack'.