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Peter Kay/Children in Need

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Yes, loved this, by the time we got to the end I was just saying, where's the Trumptonshire contingent, then noticed Windy Miller in the final singalong, and of course Chippy Mintom at the end, no Clangers though, and an unrealistic Bagpuss which was disappointing, a work of art though, really impressive and a lovely mix of nostalgia. Made me sad again for the death of Oliver postgate who's velvet tones along with Brian Cant would have made that complete ;)

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Yes, loved this, by the time we got to the end I was just saying, where's the Trumptonshire contingent, then noticed Windy Miller in the final singalong, and of course Chippy Mintom at the end, no Clangers though, and an unrealistic Bagpuss which was disappointing, a work of art though, really impressive and a lovely mix of nostalgia. Made me sad again for the death of Oliver postgate who's velvet tones along with Brian Cant would have made that complete ;)

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Where's Dangermouse, bananaman, count duckula and superted??

It is possible that the lack of Dangermouse and Duckula could be because the company that creted them shut down this year and that might make the rights difficult to secure, It's a shame that Cosgrove Hall got shut down as they were a company I grew up with, other successes of theirs included, Chorlton and the Wheelies, Button moon, they did a great Dr Who thing too, Jamie and the Magic Torch and of coure Cockleshell bay :p

Cheers

Stuart (expert on Childrens TV of a certain era...)

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