Children’s ITV — Christmas & Easter only?

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  1. The really tragic thing is that we’re losing cutting edge shows, that took many more chances than adult TV. There’s a hundred examples, but the heyday was the Multi Coloured Swap Shop and Tiswas era (both of which created a whole new style of programmes). Plus children’s TV was always inspirational – Jonathan, your shows How 2 and Big Bang undoubtedly moved some kids towards science. I always remember one day our production secretary told us that she’d picked her nephews from school, and they’d all been doing Big Bang tricks in the playground.
    That’s worthwhile TV!
    Here’s a link to a fan site for another children’s series we used to make at YTV. It speaks for itself…
    http://www.bad-influence.co.uk/about.htm

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