Back cover end paper from 'Watch with Mother' a book from the early 1960s filled with BBC children's programme characters.

Back cover end paper from 'Watch with Mother' a book from the early 1960s filled with BBC children's programme characters.

Children's programmes have changed so much, well in comparison to when I was a child anyway. I think we've come a long way from the Rainbow...

Children's programmes have changed so much, well in comparison to when I was a child anyway. I think we've come a long way from the Rainbow...

Windy Miller, Windy Miller... BBC Children's programme "Camberwick Green"'s very own Bradley Wiggins of the 1960s! :-P

Windy Miller, Windy Miller... BBC Children's programme "Camberwick Green"'s very own Bradley Wiggins of the 1960s! :-P

Primitive Family STENCIL**The Best things in life...** Large 12"x24" for Painting Signs, Airbrush, Crafts, Wall Decor, Shabby, Vintage

Primitive Family STENCIL**The Best things in life...** Large 12"x24" for Painting Signs, Airbrush, Crafts, Wall Decor, Shabby, Vintage

Inspirational Stencil*The Best Things in Life*For Painting Signs Large in Crafts, Home Arts & Crafts, Decorative & Tole Painting, Stencils

1958 - Present (UK) Blue Peter was first aired on 16th October 1958. It had been commissioned to John Hunter Blair by the head of children's programmes, Owen Reed who wanted a programme aimed at children aged five to eight. The first two presenters were Christopher Trace, an actor and Leila Williams, winner of Miss Great Britain in 1957.

1958 - Present (UK) Blue Peter was first aired on 16th October 1958. It had been commissioned to John Hunter Blair by the head of children's programmes, Owen Reed who wanted a programme aimed at children aged five to eight. The first two presenters were Christopher Trace, an actor and Leila Williams, winner of Miss Great Britain in 1957.

Windy Miller of Colley's Mill on BBC children's programme from the 1960s, "Camberwick Green". Did you identify with Windy and his introverted, ecological cycling and slow pace?

Windy Miller of Colley's Mill on BBC children's programme from the 1960s, "Camberwick Green". Did you identify with Windy and his introverted, ecological cycling and slow pace?

Grange Hill  Best kids programme ever..i was never home in time for Grange hill and even if i was i was never allowed to watch it

Grange Hill Best kids programme ever..i was never home in time for Grange hill and even if i was i was never allowed to watch it

Mark's Camp at Lalibela Game Reserve offers a children's programme

Mark's Camp at Lalibela Game Reserve offers a children's programme

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