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  1. Watership Down

    Watership Down (1999)


    Watership Down is an animated television series, loosely adapted from the novel of the same name by Richard Adams. It was a co-production of Alltime Entertainment of the United Kingdom and Decode Entertainment of Canada, and produced by Martin Rosen, the director of the 1978 feature film adaptation.

  2. Monkey Dust

    Monkey Dust (2003)


    Monkey Dust is a British satirical cartoon, notorious for its dark humour and handling of taboo topics such as bestiality, murder, suicide and paedophilia. There were three series broadcast on BBC Three between 2003 and 2005. Following co-creator Harry Thompson's death, no further series were made.

  3. The Mr. Men Show

    The Mr. Men Show (2008)


    The Mr. Men Show (sometimes simply called Mr. Men) is an animated television series based on the original Mr. Men and Little Miss books created in the 1970s, 80s and 90s by British author Roger Hargreaves and his son Adam Hargreaves. Adapted from the published source material into a television variety program, The Mr. Men Show features comedy sketches (primarily), pantomimes, dance numbers and music videos. The TV series is directed by Mark Risley and executive produced by Eryk Casemiro & Kate Boutilier. Original score and songs are composed by Jared Faber. Season 1 first aired on February 4, 2008 and Season 2 aired on September 8, 2009.

  4. Barney

    Barney (1988)


    Barney is a short-lived CBBC television programme about an Old English Sheepdog called Barney who has many adventures with best friend Roger the mouse who is constantly seeking fame and fortune and always living on the top of Barney's head inside his hair. Despite attracting a cult following in the UK, it was considered a relative commercial failure and canceled after its first series.

  5. The Clangers

    The Clangers (1969)


    Clangers is a British stop-motion animated children's television series of short stories about a family of mouse-like creatures who live on, and in, a small blue planet (quite similar to, but not intended to be, the Moon). They speak in whistles, and eat green soup supplied by the Soup Dragon. The programmes were originally broadcast by the BBC in 1969–1972.

  6. Count Duckula

    Count Duckula (1988)


    Count Duckula is a British children's animated comedy-drama horror television series created by British studio Cosgrove Hall as a spin-off from Danger Mouse, a series in which the Count Duckula character was a recurring villain. Count Duckula premiered on 6 September 1988, and was produced by Thames Television for three series and Central Television for the fourth and final series. In all, 65 episodes were made, each about 22 minutes long. All 65 episodes have been released on DVD in the U.K., while only the first series has been released in North America. Both the series and its characters continue to have a large following on the Internet.

  7. SuperTed

    SuperTed (1982)


    SuperTed is a Welsh fictional anthropomorphic bear character created by Mike Young. Originally created by Young as a series of stories to help his son overcome his fear of the dark, SuperTed became a popular series of books and led to an animated series produced from 1983 to 1985.

  8. Firehouse Tales

    Firehouse Tales (2005)


    Firehouse Tales is an animated television series, produced by Warner Bros. Animation, which premiered on Cartoon Network's Tickle-U preschool television programming block in the United States on August 22, 2005. It is about three anthropomorphic fire trucks.

  9. The Wind in the Willows

    The Wind in the Willows (1984)


    The Wind in the Willows is a TV series that was originally broadcast between 1984 and 1987, based on characters from Kenneth Grahame's classic story The Wind in the Willows and following the 1983 film The Wind in the Willows. It was made by animation company Cosgrove Hall for Thames Television and shown on the ITV network. An hour-long feature, A Tale Of Two Toads, was broadcast in 1988, and a fifth season of 13 episodes was shown in 1989 under the title Oh! Mr Toad in some countries, whilst retaining the title The Wind in the Willows in others.

  10. Bananaman

    Bananaman (1983)


    Bananaman is a British comic book fictional character. He originally appeared in Nutty as the backpage strip in Issue 1, dated 16 February 1980 drawn by John Geering. He has since appeared in The Dandy and The Beano.

  11. The Legends of Treasure Island

    The Legends of Treasure Island (1993)


    The Legends Of Treasure Island is an animated cartoon from the UK that ran from 1993-1995. It had two series of 13 episodes each and each episode runs for 22–25 minutes.

  12. Bob and Margaret

    Bob and Margaret (1998)


    Bob and Margaret is a Canadian/UK animated television series that was also shown in the United States and all over the world. The series was produced by Nelvana, a Toronto animation studio, and created by Canadian David Fine and Brit Alison Snowden. The series was based on the Academy Award winning short film Bob's Birthday, featuring the same main characters, which won the Best Animated Short Film Oscar in 1994. The series is one of the few Canadian TV shows to ever have regular American exposure. In Canada, it was the highest rated Canadian made animation series ever when it aired in prime time on Global Television.

  13. The Raggy Dolls

    The Raggy Dolls (1986)


    The Raggy Dolls is a 1980s British cartoon series for children, following the adventures of a motley collection of rejects from a toy factory, who live in a reject bin in a toy factory.

  14. Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century

    Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century (1999)


    Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century is a 26-episode animated television series placing Sherlock Holmes in a science fiction setting taking place in the 22nd century. Many episodes are direct rewrites of the original stories by Arthur Conan Doyle—such as "The Empty House", "The Speckled Band", "The Five Orange Pips", "The Red-Headed League", and "The Engineer's Thumb" — while others are drastically different from the stories on which they are supposed to be based. The series itself seems to be a sci–fi pastiche. The series is visually a blend of traditional 2-D and 3-D CGI animation. Each episode is inspired by one of the literary works of Arthur Conan Doyle.

  15. Paddington Bear

    Paddington Bear (1976)


    Paddington Bear is a series of British animated shorts based on the Paddington Bear book series by Michael Bond produced by FilmFair. This was the first television series based on the popular children's book Paddington Bear. In the United States it was usually shown on pay television as filler in between programs. Its narrator was actor Michael Hordern. It was one of the few television programmes to combine a puppet show with cartoon – Paddington himself was a puppet, but other characters in the series were depicted as cartoon characters.

  16. Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps

    Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps (2009)


    Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps is a British CGI animated television series that premiered on September 5, 2009 on PBS in the US. A continuation of the Angelina Ballerina series of children's books by Katharine Holabird, the author and Helen Craig, the illustrator, this series is different from the first as it uses CGI animation. The new series sees Angelina and her family move to the other side of Chipping Cheddar to attend a performing arts school called Camembert Academy. It features the debut of Ms. Mimi, Angelina's new teacher and new friends like Viki, Marco, Gracie and A.Z., as well as her best friend Alice who joins Camembert Academy. It features songs with music by Mark Sayer-Wade and lyrics by Judy Rothman and footage from host Moira Quirk.

  17. Doctor Who: Dreamland

    Doctor Who: Dreamland (2009)


  18. Yoho Ahoy

    Yoho Ahoy (2000)


    Yoho Ahoy is a BBC British preschool television series about a group of several distinct pirates, aboard the ship The Rubber Duck. The title Yoho Ahoy derives from the fact the only words the characters say are "Yoho" and "Ahoy." The characters themselves are animated puppets. The main characters are Captain Bilge and Cutlass the pirate, first mate Swab, Poop the cabin boy, Jones the engineer, ship's cook Grog, the deckhand Plank, Plunder, young lady Booty, and the lookout known as Crow. Booty has an exotic pink Flamingo friend, and the vessel is also home to a crafty Ship's Cat and several Rats.

  19. Oscar's Orchestra

    Oscar's Orchestra (2002)


    Oscar's Orchestra is a British children's animated TV series that ran from 1994 to 1996 comprising a total of three seasons and 39 episodes. The series was produced by the popular British animation studio Collingwood O'Hare Entertainment (who is also famous for producing other such animated TV series and films as Dennis the Menace, Captain Zed and the Zee Zone, The Secret Show and Rarg) in association with Warner Music Vision and Europe Images and was originally shown on the BBC as part of their children's block CBBC. It also aired on the British children's cable networks The Children's Channel (TCC) and Nickleodeon and has broadcast in over more than 100 different countries worldwide such as ARD in Germany, France 2 in France and ABC in Australia.

  20. Mr Benn

    Mr Benn (1971)


    Mr Benn is a character created by David McKee who appears in several children's books, and an animated television series of the same name originally transmitted by the BBC in 1971 and 1972.

  21. Action Man

    Action Man (1995)


    Action Man is a 1995 British children's animated television show, created by DIC Entertainment. The cartoon is based on the Hasbro toy line of the same name. The show focuses on Action Man, a member of an elite multinational task force named Action Force who fight against the terrorist Dr.X and his 'Council of Doom'. Action Man is also portrayed as being an amnesiac who is trying to unlock the mystery of his past.

  22. Astro Farm

    Astro Farm (1992)


    Astro Farm is an English children's television series animated in stop motion. It featured the adventures of the Foxwoods, a small family who work on an asteroid, which is covered in farmland. Astro Farm was produced by FilmFair for Central Independent Television, and was first broadcast on CITV in 1992; Nick Jr. later repeated it.

  23. Famous 5: On the Case

    Famous 5: On the Case (2008)


    Famous 5: On The Case is an British/French animated television series which is currently broadcast in the United Kingdom, on the Disney Channel. It is a British and French television co-production, loosely based on The Famous Five series of books created by Enid Blyton. At least some of the episodes have been developed for television by Douglas Tuber and Tim Maile, the writers of the former Disney Channel series Lizzie McGuire. On 21 June 2008 the show debuted in Italy and Australia on Disney Channel.

  24. The Animals of Farthing Wood

    The Animals of Farthing Wood (1993)


    The Animals of Farthing Wood is an animated series created by the European Broadcasting Union between 1992 and 1995 and based on the series of books written by Colin Dann. It was produced by Telemagination, based in London, and La Fabrique, based in Montpellier in France, but also aired in other European countries. The first countries to air the series were Germany, Ireland and the United Kingdom, in January 1993.

  25. Camberwick Green

    Camberwick Green (1966)


    Camberwick Green (1966) is a British children's television series, originally seen on BBC1, featuring stop-motion puppets.

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