Top 10 Greatest British Children's ShowsI think the best children's shows come from the UK. Tell me if you like any of the British children's shows just as much as I do.
I was a fan of this show as well. I love the way the characters talk, plus it reminds me of Wallace and Gromit because it was made using plasticine. Very realistic and funny.
I watched this show more a long time ago than how much I do now, but I still like it.
Pingu is literally the greatest. We should all worship Pingu.
Don't know why this show is so disliked. First, I'm 14, and I don't know why I still kind of like this. But first, it's a kids' show, so expect it to be not your cup of tea. Second, it teaches kids that with teamwork, you can do anything! This really helped me as a kid, as I used to say F off to the rest of my friends when they decided to do something together because I thought I'd be better on my own. Apart from secondary school (now), no, I wasn't. I needed teamwork, and this inspired me to just get the job done. Third, unlike stupid shows such as Barney, the characters in this show have a personality. Everyone is not friendly, such as Mr. Bentley - very stubborn at times, or Spud - very mischievous at times, but in the long run, it is a very good children's show and should be #1!
Bob the Builder was also a good programme. I used to collect the characters, and the storylines were just good. Can we fix it? Yes, we can! Over 15 years of Can-Do!
There's simply no other way of looking at it. It's among Britain's all-time longest-running children's programmes, 36 years, 3 months, 1 week, and 4 days to be exact (October 9th, 1984 - January 20th, 2021). It was even ranked the most popular pre-school brand in the country at one point and held that position for years. Heck, I'll just say it: It's the only other family-friendly property on the planet that can rival the fame and popularity of Disney. Opinions will always differ, but if you ask me personally, it should be put back to (and stay at) number one, just like its protagonist. Enough said.
Best show EVER! I have always loved this show ever since I was a baby. Today the show is 30 years old. Currently one of the longest-running children's shows in the UK. I love collecting the merchandise, DVDs, books, games, and other things associated with the show. I love every single character, especially James. Hooray for Thomas! Thomas, we love you!
A most amazing show that, if you didn't grow up in the UK, you're more likely not to know than you are. This show is one of the things that always reminds me of my Nana since she passed away. I know it's fourth, but this should be higher on the list.
Amazing show. I wasn't born when it first aired, but it's repeated in the UK a lot, and I find it fascinating. I love the characters, music, and the stories. And the theme is just so classic and perfect. It's too bad I don't think it will return for a new series. R.I.P Bagpuss.
Brum! He was an old favourite of my childhood. I loved his actions and the ways he saves the day. He had to be on the list somewhere. Well done, Brum!
I want this T.V. show back forever.
Ahh, Dangermouse. The legendary David Jason is the voice of one of the most classic superheroes in the world. Dangermouse was funny, full of action, and his sidekick Penfold is just quite hilarious at times. Hooray for Dangermouse. This show will be returning to your British screens soon as well.
The show aired in the 1980s and ended in 1991. Then, all of a sudden, a reboot of this show aired on the British channel CBBC. The reboot was pretty good, really.
This is one of those cartoons that are old but legendary.
Where's the love for everybody's favourite postman?
This was my childhood! It should be number 1!
Man, I watched this a long time ago.
My girlfriend says it's good, and I think one of the side characters may be gay, so that's cool. Also, this should not be below Peppa Pig. Ever.
I don't watch this show, but I still like it.
We all know the memes about it now, and new generations will only really know those rather than the actual show we had when we were kids. Pretty sad actually, but we can't disagree that these TV-wearing crayons and their - let's just say creepy - sun, are pretty funny.
I loved this show while I was still only a little baby. It was the first ever TV show I watched. I used to sit down with my Mum, and we watched it together. I love the storylines, and it's very funny. The Teletubbies themselves are so cute, especially Po. And I am excited because Teletubbies will be coming back to TV with new episodes soon. Eh Oh!
The top 5 won't be complete without this classic programme - Rainbow. It's very fun, colourful, and full of laughter. My favourite character was Zippy. He was very bossy, naughty, and quite cheeky. Paint the whole world with a Rainbow!
Peppa Pig literally made up the majority of my childhood. This show was the best as a kid, and if I'm being honest, sometimes I still watch it with my younger relatives just to remember or, more commonly, to laugh at Peppa being bossy and pretty stupid. But all in all, it was hilarious and loved as a kid.
My favourite character is George Pig. Anyways, this show is really great.
No, it won't be taken off the list. The toddlers will enjoy the silly animation.
This was the show that got me into art. Neil Buchanan was very creative, and I love all the makes. I really prefer the old version compared to the new current version. R.I.P. Old Art Attack.
This is one of those shows you watched as a kid that's still worth watching when you're older.
My most favorite show of all time ever.
This show is part of my childhood. I find it better than Thomas and Friends.
Wilson, Brewster, and Koko and others are great.
Everyone should watch this brilliant series, even little kids.
Dream Street is such a brilliant show that not many people remember. It's a show about a breakdown truck called Buddy, which he uses magic to help his friends get out of trouble. There are characters like Daisy Do Right, the police car. Tech, the robot. Hot Rodney. Jack Hammer. Half Pint. And those crazy Wild Bunch. I remember seeing this on VHS and CITV (when they re-aired it in 2008 and 2009), and it's still one of my favorite shows today. The characters are likable, the stories brilliant, the humor top-notch, and the voice acting by people including Charlotte Bellamy (Emmerdale), Chris Jarvis (Show Me, Show Me), Dave Benson Phillips (Get Your Own Back), Emma Tate (Horrid Henry), and Russ Abbot is fantastic. Dream Street may be forgotten by many, but for me, it's a classic I grew up with and still do.
Dream Street is a brilliant show I remembered. The characters are likable, the stories great, and the humor funny.