"It may be childhood again but these are remarkably good."
Typical of the short children's programmes of the late 60's and 70's. AKA: The Magic Roundabout, The Wombles, Ivor The Engine, Bagpuss, The Clangers et al. They are written in a gentle charming manner, often at two levels; one for the children and one for the adults. No high velocity image flicking, no characters shouting all the time and not much dumbing down of the language used either. No ratings chasing here. They assume that children can relax and enjoy interesting stories and that not all children suffer from Attention Deficit Syndrome. Most modern children's programming could learn a thing or two from these amongst others.
Thank you for reissuing guys.
(Although redone digitally the image quality is still of its time, a little shaky).