You all know that music — those familiar opening chords for the longest running children’s television show currently on PBS, Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood, which premiered on May 22, 1967.
It’s a wonderful coincidence that one of the early practitioners of the comic strip, Richard Felton Outcault, should have been born on the same day, today, in 1863, on which The Simpsons animated television show would premiere, over a century later, in 1990.
In April 1957, Ricky Nelson picked up a guitar on an episode of Ozzie and Harriet and began to sing rock and roll. Before long, Nelson was…
What you’re hearing is a child making his first poems — squealing with delight at the sound of his own voice, rhyming sounds, endlessly repeating what he decides will be his choruses, singing his couplets with his whole little body.
I’d know that Lassie bark anywhere. I must confess from the outset that I am an unabashed, unapologetic, totally loyal Lassie fan.
That’s the theme song, sung by Taj Mahal, for Peep and the Big Wide World, a new animated television show for preschoolers that is meant to introduce them to some basic scientific ideas and practices.
With April Fools Day approaching tomorrow, Kevin Shortsleeve has been trying to catch up with one this country’s quickest tricksters.
In the wake of Bob Keeshan’s death in late January, one can’t help but think about, and mourn the loss of another gentling presence in…
That’s part of the opening for Boohbah, the brand new television show for children that premiered earlier this year.
You may not have heard of Mucha Lucha before, but it’s got to have the best music of any kids’ cartoon show currently (or maybe ever) on television.