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[[File:TV_Show.jpg|thumb|806x806px]]The Kidsongs Television Show is a music/song television show. There are videotaped nursery rhymes/covers of pop songs.
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The Kidsongs Television Show is a music/song television show. There are videotaped nursery rhymes/cover version(s) of pop songs.
 
==History==
 
==History==
The Kidsongs Television Show was aired on PBS in 1994-1998. In 1987-1988, in season 1, it was called "The Kidsongs TV Show". In 2000, in United Arab Emirates (Arab League), It was called
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The Kidsongs Television Show debuted on September 19, 1987, with 26 half-hour episodes distributed by Orbis Entertainment. The half-hour, live action episodes featured the Kidsongs Kids running their own TV show in a top 8 countdown-style show, featuring music videos from the Kidsongs home video series. The syndicated show ran on network affiliates, primarily on Saturday mornings. In 1994, a new version of the television series was developed by Rosenstein and produced in conjunction with Chicago public television station WTTW, and distributed by American Public Television to PBS stations nationally. Airing as part of the PBS Kids "Ready to Learn" block, The Kidsongs Television Show aired throughout the country and, by 1998, reached 89 percent of households.
"الأغاني/الموسيقى لعرض تلفزيون الشباب" and "The Songs/Music for the Young Television Show".
 
   
 
==Logo Timeline==
 
==Logo Timeline==
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<gallery navigation="true" widths="175" position="center" captionalign="center">
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ScreenHunter_91175 Mar. 18 17.50.jpg|Season 1 (1987-1988)
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File:Th.jpg|Season 2 (1994)|link=1994
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File:Kidsongs95.jpg|Season 3 (1995)|link=1995
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File:Kidsongs.jpg|Season 4 (1997)|link=1997
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==Gallery==
 
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File:Th.jpg|Season 1 (1994)
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File:Kidsongs95.jpg|Season 2 (1995)
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File:Kidsongs.jpg|Season 3 (1997)
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</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
==Biggle Cast==
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==Biggle Cast (Seasons 2-4)==
*William "Billy" Biggle (Frat Fuller and Dan O'Luinn; voice by Julene Renee)
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*[[William "Billy" Biggle]] (Frat Fuller and Dan O'Quinn; voice by Julene Renee)
*Ruby Biggle (Kimberly Bretto Smith, Scott Malchus, Amy Manlapaz and Marilyn Rising; voice by Julene Renee)
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*[[Ruby Biggle]] (Kimberly Bretto Smith, Scott Malchus, Amy Manlapaz and Marilyn Rising; voice by Julene Renee)
   
==Kids and Adults==
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==The Kidsongs Cast and Adults==
*Chris Aguilar
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The show are listed in alphabetical order. The adults are played by real actors and one actress.
*Lynsey Bartilson
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*[[Christopher Aguilar]] (season 2)
*Asa Karsten Bernstine
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*[[Lynsey Bartilson]] (season 3)
*Janessa Ray (Beth)
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*[[Asa Karsten Bernstine]] (season 4)
*Christian Buenaventura
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*[[Janessa Ray|Janessa Beth]] (season 2)
*Tiffany Burton
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*[[Christian Buenaventura]] (season 2)
*Sergio Centeno
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*[[Tiffany Burton]] (season 4)
*Jessica Fried
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*[[Sergio Centeno]] (season 4)
*Brooke Garrett
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*[[David Chan]] (season 1)
*Aaron Harvey
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*[[Todd Alyn Durboraw]] (season 1)
*Mark Humphrey II
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*[[Tina Marie Espinoza]] (season 1)
*Kamran Kamjou
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*[[Jessica Fried]] (season 3)
*Brady Kimball
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*[[Brooke Garrett]] (season 3)
*Ryan McCutchan
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*[[Julie Ann Gourson]] (season 1)
*Michael Minden
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*[[Aaron Harvey]] (season 3)
*Megan Miyahira
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*[[Hillary Hollingsworth]] (season 1)
*Troy Mullins
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*[[Mark Humphrey II]] (season 2)
*Hassan Nicholas
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*[[Tiffany Johnson]] (season 1)
*Maiya Norton
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*[[Kamran Kamjou]] (season 4)
*Evan Paley
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*[[Brady Kimball]] (season 4)
*Miriam Paley
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*[[Chris Lytton]] (season 1)
*Alexandra Palm
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*[[Nicole Mandich]] (season 1)
*Sara Perks
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*[[Ryan McCutchan]] (season 3)
*Katie Polk
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*[[Michael Minden]] (season 4)
*Lana Richards
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*[[Megan Miyahira]] (seasons 2-4)
*Casey Rion
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*[[Troy Mullins]] (season 4)
*Shira Roth
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*[[Hassan Nicholas]] (seasons 2-3)
*Dava Schatz
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*[[Maiya Norton]] (season 3)
*Melanee A. Shale
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*[[Evan Paley]] (season 4)
*Janet Veyts
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*[[Miriam Paley|Mimi Paley]] (season 4)
*Kevin Williamson Jr.
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*[[Alexandra Picatto|Alexandra Palm]] (seasons 2-3)
*Stephanie Dubois as Mrs. Wilson
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*[[Sara Perks]] (season 4)
*Lief Jonansen and Roger Scott as Mr. Forbes
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*[[Katie Polk]] (season 2)
*Pete Fremin as Jack Frost.
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*[[Triskin Potter]] (season 1)
[[File:ThCAVR0JXL.jpg|thumb|left|Similar to the 2000 Kidsongs logo with Biggles.|809x809px]]
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*[[Lana Richards]] (season 4)
[[Category:PBS Kids Sprout]]
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*[[Casey Rion]] (season 3)
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*[[Robby Rosellen]] (season 1)
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*[[Shira Roth]] (season 3)
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*[[Cody Sawyer Sturn]] (season 4)
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*[[Dava Schatz]] (season 3)
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*[[Melanee Shale]] (season 2)
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*[[Scott Trent]] (season 1)
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*[[Janet Veyts]] (season 2)
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*[[Kevin Williamson Jr.|Kevin Williamson, Jr.]] (season 2)
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*[[Stephanie Dubois|Stephanie DuBois]] as Stephanie Wilson (seasons 2-4)
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*[[Leif Jonansen|Leif Jonasen]] and [[Roger Scott]] as Roger Forbes (seasons 2-3)
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*[[Pete Fremin]] as Jack Frost (season 4)
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[[Category:TV Shows]]
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[[Category:1994]]
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[[Category:1995]]
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[[Category:1997]]
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[[Category:1987]]

Latest revision as of 15:11, August 2, 2020

The Kidsongs Television Show is a music/song television show. There are videotaped nursery rhymes/cover version(s) of pop songs.

HistoryEdit

The Kidsongs Television Show debuted on September 19, 1987, with 26 half-hour episodes distributed by Orbis Entertainment. The half-hour, live action episodes featured the Kidsongs Kids running their own TV show in a top 8 countdown-style show, featuring music videos from the Kidsongs home video series. The syndicated show ran on network affiliates, primarily on Saturday mornings. In 1994, a new version of the television series was developed by Rosenstein and produced in conjunction with Chicago public television station WTTW, and distributed by American Public Television to PBS stations nationally. Airing as part of the PBS Kids "Ready to Learn" block, The Kidsongs Television Show aired throughout the country and, by 1998, reached 89 percent of households.

Logo TimelineEdit

GalleryEdit

Biggle Cast (Seasons 2-4)Edit

  • William "Billy" Biggle (Frat Fuller and Dan O'Quinn; voice by Julene Renee)
  • Ruby Biggle (Kimberly Bretto Smith, Scott Malchus, Amy Manlapaz and Marilyn Rising; voice by Julene Renee)

The Kidsongs Cast and AdultsEdit

The show are listed in alphabetical order. The adults are played by real actors and one actress.

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