Animators reveal how the little Welsh steam engine was first created from cardboard and Meccano in a Kent barn. First shown on BBC2 Wales Digital
Noggin the Nog to The Snowman and Wallace and Gromit, a look at 50 years of British animation for kids.
Featuring The Magic Roundabout, The Pogles, Roobarb and Custard, Captain Pugwash and Clangers.
Johnny B Goode , Roll over Beethoven and Nadine are the highlights as the legendary rock 'n' roller and inventor of the duck walk performs at the BBC Television Theatre in 1972. Including an epic rendition of the innuendo-laden My Ding-a-Ling.
Tom Baker, Kylie and Robbie Williams provided voices for the recent movie version, but what's the story of the original TV series? Created by a French animator, the series was reinterpreted for Britain with memorable characters such as Dougal the sarcastic dog and Dylan the spaced-out rabbit. Time Shift charts the show's history and reveals how the series transformed the careers of actor Eric Thompson and animator Ivor Wood.
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Eric's severely allergic daughter Claire dreams of having a pony and going to the gymkhana, but finding her a pony is the easy bit.
Oscar-nominated animated comedy. 1950s Paris: a hungry policeman watches a woman feeding birds