Die Leute vom Domplatz is a German television series of 1979.The series depicts in a realistic way, the life in a medieval German city of the 13th century.The 13 episodes tell the daily life of the people and the construction of the cathedral. The DVD Box will be released on amazon Germany on 30.3.2012, German language only. The title means, "The people from the square at the cathedral"
Pagten is a Danish television series.
Pedro, Teresa, Luísa, Chico and João form a fearless group that is not complete without Faial, the German shepherd of João. Together they are prepared to face the worst, experiencing the most incredible adventures.
SciGirls is a weekly television series and educational outreach program for elementary and middle-school children based on proven best practices for science, technology, engineering and math education for girls. Launched in February 2011 and produced by Twin Cities Public Television, the episodes are broadcast on most PBS stations, and the project’s website is at http://pbskidsgo.org/scigirls. SciGirls is designed to encourage girls to pursue STEM careers, in response to the low numbers of women in many scientific careers.. The show was awarded a Daytime Emmy Award in 2011 for Outstanding New Approaches in a Children's TV Show and Best Emmy for Summer 2011 and Metal Trophy for Winter 2011.
Simon is a very sensible young schoolboy, who has a friend who is a real witch. She is very silly, and a huge showoff.
Uki is a Belgian animated television series. The main character is a small yellow creature who invites her young viewers to discover the world with her. The show has been airing on Belgian and Finnish networks since April 2010. From September 2011 it was also aired on BBC’s Cbeebies channel, in their Show Me Show Me program.
De Wereld van K3 is a daily Flemish–Dutch kids talk show broadcast on Nederland 3 in the Netherlands and on Vtm in Belgium. The hostesses are the girls of the girl band K3. The talk show takes place in The K3 Club House, where the girls have their guests, like famous people with kids as the audience. The show has a chef, who makes everyday something with the kids, a magician who teaches the kids a special trick and Martin Gaus who shows the kids an animal. Also someone performs every episode. The show also shows some cartoons like Kabouter Plop, Piet Piraat and Bumba.
Six part BBC adaptation of the novel for children by Philippa Pearce. Tom Long is staying at his Aunt and Uncle's. When their grandfather clock strikes 13, he discovers a portal to the Victorian age, where he meets an orphan girl named Hattie.
A talking squirrel must save the holiday by rescuing a young Pilgrim boy and a young Native American boy that has gone missing in the woods on Thanksgiving day.
The ChuckleHounds was a BBC Children's TV Series staring the The Chuckle Brothers as dogs.
Aesop is a trouble-making young boy who finds himself in another world filled with creatures he never believed to exist, such as fairies and talking donkeys. He sets off to find a way back to the normal world. On his journey he befriends many classical creatures from well-known fables and encounters many trials, each teaching him a valuable lesson.
Has anyone amazing ever taken on the role of Sherlock Holmes? Let's just think about this for a second. Well, there's... Benedict Cumberbatch, Peter Cushing, Jeremy Brett, Robert Downey Jnr, Basil Rathbone and Tom Baker to name but a handful. However, there's one name amongst these actors which truly stands out as a superstar. That's right, Roland Rat even tried his hand at the role in Tales of the Rodent Sherlock Holmes. What's in Sherlock's Casebook? Dr Watson (Kevin the Gerbil) keeps a nice diary of all his cases with Sherlock Holmes (Roland Rat), but it's not just packed with stories about hounds and studies in pink. No, sir! In fact, there's a whole range of cases which only get the briefest of mentions. However, these adventures see our favourite Baker Street duo taking on such startling cases as chasing a dastardly canary trainers, investigating a mysterious, empty box and even trailing the fiendish Blue Carbuncle! Popping up along the way to thwart Holmes and Watson are a selection of British TV treasures including Mollie Sugden, Barbara Windsor, Rodney Bewes and Christopher Ryan.
A short series of animated shows for kids depicting the "Just So" stories by Rudyard Kipling.
Children's programme featuring animated nursery rhymes.