A weekly show aimed at the education of children. Short movies explain different things of everyday life, (e.g. how cars work, how movies are made etc.), they are followed by a short sequence of animated clips.
Pumuckl is a nice and sometimes naughty goblin who used to live with a cabinet maker named Franz Eder. Mr. Eder has had to live through quite some trouble because Pumuckl always was up to ... See full summary »
Long ago, in a little Viking Village called Flake, young Wickie lives a happy life. His father, Halvar, is the chief of the Vikings, and would have liked a son a little more courageous. So,... See full summary »
After a horrific car accident takes the life of his parents and siblings, a young duckling is raised by his considerate uncle to be a good and responsible person. Meanwhile, his schoolmate Dolf slowly becomes seduced by fascism.
Ryan van den Akker,
Herman van Veen
"Löwenzahn" is one of the top programs of German children's TV. It is a kind of science-comedy, with main character Peter (who lives in an old caravan) investigating a different problem every episode (for example: 'where does smoke come from', of 'how does a car work', etc.). This could be kinda boring, but it is not, since the 'educational' bits are lightened up comedy bits, that always prove a point. They usually have to do with Peter's neighbor, who thinks he is right, and with Peter proving him wrong. I haven't seen the show for a while, but it is still on every morning. Watch it if you can, it is funny as well as useful.
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