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Magically Wonderful!
6 April 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Since I was a child, Sooty & Co. has been on my #1 top spot on the list of my most favourite children's programmes and has failed to be replaced. There is simply no other show like it, it's just so magical and lovely. Matthew Corbett has a magical chemistry with the puppets on screen, just as Matthew's father, Harry did. By watching the show, you can see that each and every episode was written from the heart by the writer, for the enjoyment of children and that Matthew Corbett and the puppeteers put their heart and soul into their performances. When I have kids, I will definitely be showing them Sooty & Co., no child should grow up without it, as it's a wonderful piece of TV history and also very educational for children. I simply love it and will always carry it in my heart!


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