Children's TV Programmes.

Collection by Charlotte Spring

The Clangers with the soup dragon. I loved the Clangers. 1970s Childhood, My Childhood Memories, Childhood Toys, Baby Memories, Vintage Children, My Children, Uk History, Kids Tv, Vintage Tv

The clangers with the soup dragon ..I could understand what they were actually saying - how sad is that!

Noggin the Nog, illustration by Peter Firmin, film by Oliver Postgate.

Noggin The Nog - The People

Never grow up: Noggin the Nog creator Peter Firmin on the Viking boy wonder 1980s Childhood, Childhood Memories, Durham Museum, Edinburgh Festival, Kids Tv, Classic Tv, Children's Book Illustration, Painting & Drawing, Vikings

Never grow up: Noggin the Nog creator Peter Firmin on the Viking boy wonder

Why is a little Viking prince, created from cardboard in 1959, still so adored today? As Noggin hits Edinburgh, Julia Raeside pops in on his creator, animation legend Peter Firmin

The Clangers - Music This episode of the Clangers has stayed with me my entire life, and has finally inspired me with a piece of art that I will be exhibiting at our Artists Who. exhibition at The Vibe Gallery and Bar in Bermondsey, November 2013 80s Kids Shows, 80s Tv Series, Nostalgia 70s, Tv Themes, Kids Tv, Vintage Tv, Amai, I Remember When, Ol Days

The Clangers - Music

All Clangers asleep. We hear very faint music. The music appears to come from the egg the chicken gave Tiny Clanger Note: I don't intend to "infringe" any co...

Noggin the Nog 1980s Childhood, Black Rock, Inner Child, Dark Night, Embroidery Ideas, Painting & Drawing, The Darkest, Scandinavian, Vintage World Maps

Noggin the Nog

‘In the lands of the North, where the black rocks stand guard against the cold sea, in the dark night that is very long the men of the Northlands sit by their great log fires and they tell a …

Tiny and Small visit the Soup Wells to ask the Soup Dragon if she has seen the notes. - (C) Coolabi, Smallfilms and Peter Firmin - Photographer: Production Radio Times Magazine, Productive Day, Episode Guide, Tv Episodes, I Remember When, My Childhood Memories, Stop Motion, 1st Birthday Parties, One Pic

The Clangers Top Ten Clanger Facts | Ballet News | Straight from the stage - bringing you ballet insights

When the spaceman’s craft took off, the flame of the firework that Peter Firmin lit to launch it set fire to the polystyrene in the set and had to be extinguished. You can see the flame left behind in one shot

Oliver Postgate and Peter Firmin film The Clangers 1968 Museum Of Childhood, V & A Museum, Kingdom Of Heaven, The V&a, Television Program, Victoria And Albert Museum, Old Tv, Storytelling, The Creator

Nostalgia, cloth cats and 60s animation revelations: delving into the worlds of Bagpuss and The Clangers

“Bagpuss…was just an old, saggy cloth cat, baggy, and a bit loose at the seams. But Emily loved him,” as the sweet and slightly gloomy cadence to the show went. She certainly did, as did this Emily; and she still does 20-odd years since first setting eyes on him.

emuse: The Clangers in Clay: Music cloud Art Doll Tutorial, Chinese Lessons, Another Part Of Me, My Childhood, Art Dolls, Bbc, Steak, Clouds, Activities

The Clangers in Clay: Music cloud

Here's another part of my series about how to make all sorts of Clangers-related items using polymer clay! Today's project is a cloud full of musical notes (in the first episode of the new series they blew up into the cloud from the music trees). Over the course of July I'm showing you all the techniques I used to make my Clangers scene. I started last week with the Clangers' planet, and continued earlier this week with Tiny Clanger. Please remember that this is an ornament for nostalgic…

Noggin the Nog.

Noggin the Nog.