Topsy And Tim Meet the Police: A Child's Book At Spoof Time - FlashbakTopsy and Tim is a series of children's books written by Jean Adamson and Gareth Adamson about twins and their adventures. They were first published in and were relaunched in new editions in February Since more than Topsy and Tim titles have been published with sales of more than 21 million. In an interview with The Guardian ,  Jean Adamson said that she and her future husband had been trained as book illustrators at Goldsmiths College. They decided to get married and quit their jobs in order to write and illustrate their own children's books.
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WITH their tales of secret dens, scraped knees and lashings of ginger beer, they seem sadly distant from the sedentary lives of today's children. The producers say that as children spend more and more time inside, rather than going out to play, there is an increasing "demand for adventure stories".
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News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. In January, production began on 15 brand new one-minute episodes — with the series premiering on YouTube tomorrow. The duo returned to the screen last year in a live action reincarnation for CBeebies — and was heavily criticised for conforming to gender stereotypes. Featuring a family of mouse-like creatures living in craters covered in dustbin lids, The Clangers was originally broadcast from to Forty years later, a new series is in production for CBeebies — due to hit screens next year. The inferno-fighting character from the fictional town of Pontypandy first appeared in Welsh on S4C in