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  2. 1992 in British television - Wikipedia

    The series focuses on four dogs lead by the streetwise Rosie in which she tries to teach her naughty friend Ruff some lessons along with jokes, stories and songs that appear at the very end. The children's stop-motion animated series Noddy's Toyland Adventures, based on the original works by Enid Blyton makes its debut on BBC1.

  3. Blue Peter - Wikipedia

    A set of these were buried in 1971 in the time capsule for the year 2000. The spin-off series Blue Peter Special Assignment also had books. In 1973 a book about Paddington Bear's adventures with Blue Peter was published, called Paddington's Blue Peter Story Book. In 2011 it was announced that, due to falling sales, the annuals would be scrapped.

  4. 5 - Wikipedia

    Hawaii Five-0, CBS American TV series. Literature. The Famous Five is a series of children's books by British writer Enid Blyton; The Power of Five is a series of children's books by British writer and screenwriter Anthony Horowitz; The Fall of Five is a book written under the collective pseudonym Pittacus Lore in the series Lorien Legacies

  5. The Pilgrim's Progress - Wikipedia's_Progress

    The book was the basis of a condensed radio adaptation, originally presented in 1942 and starring John Gielgud, which included, as background music, several excerpts from Vaughan Williams' orchestral works. [citation needed] The book was the basis of The Pilgrim's Progress by Ralph Vaughan Williams, premiered in 1951.

  6. 1949 in the United Kingdom - Wikipedia

    Enid Blyton's children's books Little Noddy Goes to Toyland, the first to introduce the title character; and The Secret Seven, first in the eponymous series. Agatha Christie's novel Crooked House. H. F. Ellis' humorous collection The Papers of A.J. Wentworth B.A. Graham Greene's novella The Third Man. Nancy Mitford's novel Love in a Cold Climate.

  7. History of Google - Wikipedia

    British children's author Enid Blyton used the phrase "Google Bun" in The Magic Faraway Tree (published 1941) and The Folk of the Faraway Tree (published 1946), and called a clown character "Google" in Circus Days Again (published 1942). There is also the Googleplex Star Thinker from Douglas Adams' The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. In March ...

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