The Bozo Show
The Bozo Show is a locally produced children’s television program that aired on WGN-TV in Chicago and nationally on what is now WGN America. The series is a local version of the internationally franchised Bozo the Clown format and is also the longest-running in the franchise. Recognized as the most popular and successful locally produced children’s program in the history of television, it only aired under this title for 14 of its 40+ years: other titles were Bozo, Bozo’s Circus, and The Bozo Super Sunday Show.
Til Ten is an Australian local morning show aired on Network Ten in between 1989 until 1991, It’s hosted by Andrew Harwood and Joan McInnes.
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Benjamin the Elephant
Benjamin the Elephant is an animated children’s television show produced by Kiddinx Studios in Berlin. The show is based on audio stories by Elfie Donnelly. On the show, the eponymous…
Babblewick Hall was a radio comedy broadcast on BBC Radio 4 written by Scott Cherry. It was set in eighteenth-century Britain and told the story of Fenton Babblewick, a well-meaning…
Born to Be Wild
Born to be Wild is a travel and wildlife show of GMA Network aired every Wednesday nights and hosted by Kiko Rustia and Nielsen Donato, formerly hosted by Ferdinand Recio…
American Playboy: The Hugh Hefner Story
A fascinating docuseries chronicling Playboy magazine’s charismatic founder, Hugh Hefner, and his impact on global culture. Told from his unique perspective with never-before-seen footage from his private archive, discover the…