Roobarb – 40 years on the telly

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This year Roobarb and Custard celebrate 40 years on the telly and you can catch up with them on FIVE. Roobarb and Custard are British children’s television characters; their original animated TV series was shown on BBC.

Created and written by Grange Calveley and directed by Bob Godfrey, each story is narrated by Richard Briers; the films are five minutes duration and thirty episodes were made – each introduced with Johnny Hawksworth’s now famous theme tune.

It’s hard to believe that Roobarb has been 40 years on the telly. I really don’t have a favourite episode, but I wonder if you do?

In celebration of forty years, let us know what’s your favourite Roobarb episode.

Roobarb a biogwoofy
Now available ROOBARB An illuminated biogwoofy – Grange Calveley packed with illustrations and stories, lots of ’behind the scenes’ snippets and photography, this newly edited book is a great read for Roobarb fans young and old.

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