Pinkalicious & Peterrific
Join the fun as Pinkalicious and her brother Peter look for ways to turn the everyday ho-hum into something extraordinary. The new series encourages creativity and celebrates the arts across all disciplines – dance, theater, music, and the visual arts.
Llama, his family and his good friends have heart-warming adventures in a safe, friendly town. An animated show based on the award-winning books.
The reimagined playroom antics and wacky adventures of the young Kermit the Frog, Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Gonzo, Animal, Summer Penguin, and Miss Nanny.
Preschool kids whose parents are the world’s most famous monsters try to master their special powers while preparing for kindergarten.
True and the Rainbow Kingdom
When something’s wrong in the Rainbow Kingdom, bighearted guardian True and her best friend, Bartleby, are there to grant wishes and save the day.
Mickey and the Roadster Racers
Mickey Mouse and his pals Minnie, Pluto, Goofy, Daisy and Donald take their unique transforming vehicles on humorous high-spirited races around the globe as well as hometown capers in Hot Dog Hills.
LEGO friends: The Power of Friendship$4.00 – $8.00
Haas Das’s News Box
Children’s series in which rabbit Haas Das brings the daily news from the animal kingdom. He is assisted (or hampered) by Piet Muis, the rather neurotic mouse who brings in the late bulletins and reads the weather. Haas Das was known for his sense of style: every week he sported a new tie, and as the series became more popular, viewers would send him ties to wear. (His name translates to “Hare Tie”). The newsworthy characters from Diereland (“animal land”) included Koning Leeu, king of Diereland; Skillie Skilpad, chairman of the sportsclub; Stinkie Muishond; the meddling, bellyaching Moeder Raaf; wrestling champ Die Gemaskerde Wonder; Grootoom Flapoor, the old elephant in charge of the crèche; and Dokter Karools Krap, the golf-loving, pill-peddling local doctor. Haas Das and Piet Muis were puppet characters, and the news stories were presented in animation.
Haas Das se Nuuskas was the first series to be shown on the opening night of SABC TV on 5 January 1976. Soon it became one of South Africa’s most popular programmes, not just among its intended audience, but especially with adults, due to the humour and social and political satire. Indeed, newspaper cartoons often commented on the series’ popularity and how even church and political leaders had become engrossed. Haas Das se Nuuskas was created by Louise Smit, who was behind many of South Africa’s most beloved children’s series such as Wielie Walie, Pieriewierepark, Mina Moo en Kie, Pumpkin Patch and Kideo.
In the remote and mysterious Moomin Valley live the Moomin trolls, gentle and peaceful creatures. Young Moomin and his family experience many strange adventures, both magical and mundane. Based on the children’s stories by Tove Jansson.
A possible sequel series to Inside/Out, 1975
Give & Take
A sequel series to ‘Trade Offs’ 1982
Set in a whimsical land and aimed at preschoolers, a small blue fox named Fig plays each day and discovers adventure, friendship and love around every bend in the path. Children will be enriched by these narratives that promote play, the fun of learning and understanding the world around them.
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