On a recent trip to Mexico (like, last month), I was watching TV in my hotel room at night (maybe around 10 pm or later) and found a show that seemed to literally just be a puppet sleeping for about three or more hours. I cannot find anything that makes me feel like I'm not crazy for having seen this. [more inside]
In the late 70s or early 80s, I saw a TV show that involved a kid who wasn't supposed to open a glowing door. The kid reached for the door... he was about to open it... and at that point, I got freaked out and ran out of the TV room. My sense of terror makes it one of my more vivid childhood memories, and to this day, I often wonder what was behind that door. From these vague details, can you help me figure out what the show was so I can finally find the answer? [more inside]
Tracking down a pre-2000 children's TV show with a female presenter in a fairy tale style magician's house. [more inside]
Can anyone find an article that Mr. Rogers wrote about how children learn? Wish I had more clues, but I read it in print years ago.
Anybody recall a children's show called "Our End of the Attic," from the seventies or eighties? There seems to be no trace of its past existence, anywhere on the internets. [more inside]
Once upon a time in the early 80s we were shown these videos in grade school. I believe this show was also on PBS occasionally, but no one else remembers it. The host was a woman, and I believe she had long blond hair and may have had them in braids. Her companion was this white puppet cat. There was also a song at the beginning of the show and the only one I specifically remember watchine was one about the 4th of July. The whole series may have been about holidays. I don't know. What is the name of this show? Does anyone else remember it?