"You're lying, Melita" is a Croatian television series from 1983.
Unshackle your laughing gas, put your ball and chain away, take a prison break and get ready to escape with the Daltons! The fab four are back! The Daltons will try every trick in the books to get out and then some: a maze of tunnels, explosives, hot air balloons and rain dances, and a whole cast of zany characters to help them get free ... or not! The only thing they don’t try using are their brains! But what they lack in intelligence, they sure make up for in willpower and imagination! The far west has never been crazier!
Israeli TV show about horses.
Gormiti Nature Unleashed is an Italian animated series co-produced from Giochi Preziosi and Mondo TV. After the first Gormiti series success among Italy and Europe, production companies decided to revive it in a combination of 3D and CGI animation. The new 52x22′ series is titled Gormiti: Nature Unleashed. According to Michelle Azoury, head of sales and brand manager at Mondo TV, it “does not discount the earlier series but does not directly address it either.”
Bambulka's adventures is Czechoslovakian family 30-parts TV Series from 1982.
A story about adventures of little Sonya and her friends.
Sesame Street Jam: A Musical Celebration is a special produced forSesame Street’s 25th anniversary. Released in a slightly different form on video as Sesame Street: 25 Wonderful Years in October 1993, the special was shelved for its broadcast premiere on PBS until 1994, during pledge drive season, and in many markets, aired as part of a marathon block with three show episodes. The special was a companion to the prime-time network special, Sesame Street's All-Star 25th Birthday: Stars and Street Forever!
Julkalendern or Adventskalendern is a Christmas calendar TV series for children, broadcast by Sveriges Television since 1960 and has developed into a living part of contemporary Swedish yuletide tradition. Every series consists of 24 episodes, broadcast daily 1–24 December. The theme for most series have some connection to Christmas. Prior to 1971 it was called Adventskalendern. Sveriges Radio also has a tradition of broadcasting a similar series in radio each year and prior to 1973, it was always the same series in radio and on TV, but since then, it has been a different series in radio and on TV. In the beginning, the series began on Advent Sunday, but nowadays, it always starts on 1 December; it has always ended on Christmas Eve. Thus, for instance, the 1967 series Gumman som blev liten som en tesked had only 22 episodes, since Advent Sunday of that year was 3 December. Along with each series, there is always the possibility to buy a paper calendar with a window to open each day. These are available in most Swedish retails, shops, supermarkets etc. and the windows usually contain images of something to do with the plot of that day's episode.
Junior Vets gives ordinary school kids the chance to become junior vets. In each episode the recruits are split into pairs and sent out to help with real vet work on animals in a vet school, farms, zoos and other animal hospitals. Some cadets are anxious around animals; others are terrified of blood and gore; whilst a few are simply determined to get as much hands-on animal experience as possible! They face decisions and dilemmas and will have to show real co-ordination and teamwork to come through each day.