Animated Tales of the World

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.

All About You 1974

All About You was an educational television series that was syndicated to numerous educational and PBS stations during the early and mid-1970s, mainly as part of weekday in-school telecasts. The series was first produced at WHRO-TV, "Hampton Roads ETV", in Hampton, Virginia. In 1974, production of the series was moved to WGBH-TV Boston, where it was produced in association with WGBH's in-school television initiative, the "21-Inch Classroom". The 1974 episodes were distributed in the US and Canada by the Agency for Instructional Television; this is one of a few WGBH series to have not been distributed by NET or PBS.

Puffin's Pla(i)ce 1981

Puffin's Pla(i)ce is a British regional children's programme named after it's star, Oscar Puffin, that's broadcast on ITV Channel Television on weekend afternoons. The programme, one of the longest-running children's series to air on the ITV network, has been broadcast since 3 March 1963. Originally presented by Channel Television's team of continuity announcers, recent Puffin's Pla(i)ce presenters have included Stewart McDonald, Kevin Pamplin, Sam Palmano, Lucy Anderson and currently, Jenny Mullin. In September 2013 it was announced the show would no longer be broadcast on TV, but would move to an online format at the Channel Online website. The last TV edition was broadcast on 15th September 2013.

Castelo Rá-Tim-Bum 1994

Castelo Ra-Tim-Bum is a Brazilian children's program produced and broadcast by TV Cultura and the Network Service of Television. Targeted toward children and youth, and following a teaching approach, the program premiered on May 9 in 1994 and stopped production in 1997. Partially inspired by the educational program Rá-Tim-Bum, it gave rise to a television franchise, which is part of Island Rá-Tim-Bum. Castelo Rá-Tim-Bum is a creation of the playwright Flavio de Souza and director Cao Hamburger, with scripts Jacob Dionisio, Cláudia Dalla Verde, Anna Muylaert, among others. Because of its educational nature, the production was part of a partnership between Fiesp and TV Cultura, such as other educational programs for children that the station aired.

Jim Button and Luke the Engine Driver 1977

Eine Insel mit zwei Bergen, genannt Lummerland, ist die Heimat von Lukas, dem Lokomotivführer. Regiert wir Lummerland von König Alfons, dem Viertelvorzwölften. Eines Tages bringt der Briefträger ein Paket nach Lummerland. Darin befindet sich Jim Knopf. Der Junge wird bald der beste Freund von Lukas. Als auf Lummerland akuter Platzmangel ausbricht, machen sie sich gemeinsam auf die Reise, erleben spannende Abenteuer, treffen so merkwürdige Wesen wie den Scheinriesen Tur-Tur und retten schließlich die chinesische Prinzessin Li-Si aus dem Drachenland.

The Spirit of Christmas

The Spirit of Christmas is a Christmas television special performed by marionettes. It was first aired in 1950. Its half-hour showing time is divided into two segments, one dramatizing "A Visit from St. Nicholas" and one telling the story of the Nativity. The film is narrated by Alexander Scourby, who also plays Clement Moore in the Visit from St. Nicholas segment. The jacket of the DVD version calls it "The Philadelphia Holiday Classic", which refers to the region of the United States where it was originally broadcast. In the 1950s and 1960s this special was aired multiple times per Christmas season, without commercial interruptions except for opening and closing remarks by "your telephone company". It disappeared from the airwaves for several decades, but in recent years has been aired annually on public television. It is very unusual for its time in that it was made in color at a time when there were no color TV sets in existence, so viewers of the time saw it in black-and-white. Mabel and Les Beaton, under their company Stringtime Productions, produced this film circa 1950.

The Secret City Adventures

The Secret City Adventures was a series of television programs designed to teach children how to draw. The series was produced by Maryland Public Television and aired on PBS and TVOntario in the late 1980s. The series starred Mark Kistler as Commander Mark who led viewers through various drawing exercises and examples. The show also featured other characters, including Moonbot, Unibear, Pigasus, Furbles, Violet the Dragon, and others. Occasionally, guest artists would appear on the show to demonstrate other art forms.

Get Ace 2014

Get Ace is an Australian animated television series set to screen on Network Ten on October 2013. The series follows the adventures of Ace McDougal, a nerdy 12 year old school kid who has been fitted with a set of top-secret, ultra high-tech spy braces. He teams up with Hugo, an obnoxious computer hologram that Ace can't operate his newfound braces without. This series is created by Galaxy Pop duo Gian Christian and Dina McPherson, who previously produced Rock It!.

My Great Big Adventure 2012

Hosted by Kayne Tremills, this series tackles some of the most pressing issues kids face today. My Great Big Adventure captures real stories from kids and celebrities who have been there, and shows that no matter how difficult the challenge, with the right tools there's always a way to make your own big adventure better!