This is, without a doubt, British children's television at its very finest.
After the darker nature of its predecessor, "The Pogles", this is a lighthearted relief from worrying about whether or not Mr. and Mrs. Pogle will be able to outsmart the witch trying to steal the crown of the King of Fairyland. Instead, we now find the Pogles, now accompanied by their son Pippin and his rabbit-like friend Tog, telling each other stories, playing games, and teaching young children about the importance of sharing, telling the time, and many other things.
Another enjoyable point about "Pogle's Wood" was the way it showed us life in the British countryside during that time. We are shown how horseshoes were made, how beekeepers build hives and use smoke-puffers to collect honey safely, and there was even a memorable episode that showed horse-drawn ploughs in the days before tractors and combine harvesters.
This is a heart-warming series and a must-see for everybody. My only regret is that there are very few shows like this being made today. If there were, watching television would be a more pleasant experience for us all.