"The Worst Witch" series is based on the first four "Worst Witch" books by Jill Murphy. It follows the adventures of Mildred Hubble, (Georgina Sherrington) a witch attending Cackles Academy... See full summary »
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 Miss Constance Hardbroom / ... 40 episodes, 1998-2001
Carrie Finlay ...
Emma Brown ...
Clare Coulter ...
 Miss Cackle / ... 38 episodes, 1998-2001
Claire Porter ...
Harshna Brahmbhatt ...
Holly Rivers ...
 Drusilla Paddock 38 episodes, 1998-2001
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 Ruby Cherrytree 37 episodes, 1998-2001
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Maria Bircher ...
 Maud Moonshine 26 episodes, 1998-2000
Katy Allen ...
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Charlotte Powell ...
 Harriet Goodcharm 21 episodes, 1998-2000
Poppy Gaye ...
 Griselda Blackwood 20 episodes, 1998-2001
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"The Worst Witch" series is based on the first four "Worst Witch" books by Jill Murphy. It follows the adventures of Mildred Hubble, (Georgina Sherrington) a witch attending Cackles Academy. She's called the "Worst Witch" because she's always caught getting into trouble. Written by Carrie

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14 July 1999 (USA)  »

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During the Christmas pantomime, the characters are forced to put in a sequence of Ruby tap dancing to save time. Her actress Joanna Dyce is a trained tap dancer. See more »

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From the episode Miss Cackle's Birthday Surprise onward, the opening sequence featured Jessica Fox (Enid) along with the other girls. See more »

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Great show for children
1 October 2002 | by See all my reviews

Worst witch is a great show for young people. It's not about "religion" for crazy people who think witchcraft is real, it's just fun. I liked it much and still like it being an adult now. You will see young people with young people's usual problems and solving them by some kind of "magic" which noone ever intended to be understood as real.


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