This was brilliant - a machine with a face that could make just about anything just in time to satisfy the needs of the people who worked with her - especially good old Panjit, the warehouse guy, whose odd Indo-Welsh accent sticks in my mind to this day. Sorted. With her wavy arm things and numerous bells and whistles a small child could actually believe that this big green machine was alive - Bertha kicks Charlie Chalk's ass any day, and is up there with Jimbo and the Jet Set as one of the top programs of my childhood. (Plus Bertha had the advantage that, when laughing, the characters did not actually say the word "chortle" as Jimbo and his cohorts were prone to).
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