1980 German/Czech Children TV series
SciGirls is a weekly television series and educational outreach program for elementary and middle-school children based on proven best practices for science, technology, engineering and math education for girls. Launched in February 2011 and produced by Twin Cities Public Television, the episodes are broadcast on most PBS stations, and the project’s website is at http://pbskidsgo.org/scigirls. SciGirls is designed to encourage girls to pursue STEM careers, in response to the low numbers of women in many scientific careers.. The show was awarded a Daytime Emmy Award in 2011 for Outstanding New Approaches in a Children's TV Show and Best Emmy for Summer 2011 and Metal Trophy for Winter 2011.
Mission Terra is a German television series.
The Red Hand Gang is an American live-action Saturday morning television series on NBC, first broadcast in 1977. The show featured five crime-solving pre-teens and their dog, who lived in the inner city. The group was so named because its members left red hand prints on fences to mark where they had been.
Two young boys meet on the supermarket stairs and suddenly understand that they look exactly the same.
Anderland was a 45-part German children's mystery television series which aired for the first time on 4 March 1980 on ZDF. It starred Carlo Ianni, Dirk Zalm, Mira Gittner and Loni von Friedl.
Going Bananas is a live-action superhero/comedy series made by Hanna-Barbera and ran from September 15, 1984 to December 1984 on NBC.
The Barkleys is an American animated television series that ran from 1972 to 1973 on NBC and was produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises.
Die Montagsfamilie is a German television series.
The Metric Marvels is a series of seven animated educational shorts featuring songs about meters, liters, Celsius, and grams, designed to teach American children how to use the metric system. They were produced by Newall & Yohe, the same advertising agency which produced ABC's popular Schoolhouse Rock! series, and first aired on the NBC television network in September 1978. Voices for the Metric Marvels shorts included Lynn Ahrens, Bob Dorough, Bob Kaliban, and Paul Winchell.
Rappelkiste was a progressive pedagogic television series for children in Germany. Regarding its general conception and idea, it is very roughly comparable to Sesame Street in the English-speaking world. It was produced by ZDF and originally broadcast every Sunday on 2 pm. For its 1973–74 season, it was awarded the Adolf-Grimme-Preis.