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Loved this programme as a child, the programme was part of a BBC children's television series titled Watch with Mother, with a different programme each weekday, most of them involving string puppets. The Flower Pot Men was the story of two little men made of flower pots who lived at the bottom of an English suburban garden. The characters were devised by Freda Lingstrom and Maria Bird.

Noddy is a character created by English children's author Enid Blyton, originally published between 1949 and 1963. Television shows based on the character have run on British television since 1955 and continue to appear to this day. Noddy is a little wooden boy who lives in his own little House-for-One in Toyland and has many "special" friends. Ahh, another childhood memory!

Cute alert: Baby aardvark rejected by mum makes first public appearance

The Clangers! Best and first ever fave childhood Programme recently heard it's being brought back at huge cost.

'Pinky and Perky' (1957-1973) British children's TV series created by two Czechoslovaks who settled in Yorkshire in 1948: Jan & Vlasta Dalibor.Pinky & Perky were twin boy pigs. Perky always wore a hat & they danced & mimed to the pop music of the day.They ran their own television station PPC TV where they were joined by John SlaterThe other puppets created by the Dalibor's included Basil Bloodhound, Morton Frog, Vera the Vixen & Conchita the Cow with her long eyelashes & endless supply of…

Magic Roundabout, mesmerizing music, trippy storlines, real hippy influences here, I loved Dougal and also ate sugar lumps given half a chance...

Andy Pandy from 'watch with mother'. Used to love this with Looby Loo & Ted. Also liked Bill & Ben, the flowerpot men & the woodentops!..mar16