The 100 Greatest Kids TV Shows (2001)

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Archive clips and interviews with the people behind the scenes of the UK's favourite children's TV shows.

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Jamie Theakston ...
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Nick Grimshaw ...
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Stephen Armstrong ...
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Martin G. Baker ...
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Floella Benjamin ...
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Tommy Boyd ...
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Brian Cant ...
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Todd Carty ...
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Kate Charman ...
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David Claridge ...
Roland Rat (voice) (as Roland Rat)
Andrew Collins ...
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Archive clips and interviews with the people behind the scenes of the UK's favourite children's TV shows.

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27 January 2002 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

STAR RATING:*****Unmissable****Very Good***Okay**You Could Go Out For A Meal Instead*Avoid At All Costs

There is something a little less interesting about a kids show compilation than there is about TV ads or Moments from Hell.Perhaps,inevitably,it fails to make a bigger impression on the pre-dominantely adult audience watching it.The fact that Channel 4 chose to broadcast this after 9.00 would also attest to this.Alright perhaps as a nostelgia trip,remembering programmes from your youth such as 'Button Moon' (''kids entertainment on 24p'') and Pinky & Perky,but not as much else.**


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