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The Famous Five (1990s TV series)

Famous Five
Genre Adventure, Children's
Written by Enid Blyton
Starring Jemima Rooper
Paul Child
Marco Williamson
Laura Petela
Christopher Good
Mary Waterhouse
Theme music composer Joe Campbell
Paul Hart
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of series 2
No. of episodes 26
Production
Producer(s) Peter Murphy
John Price
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 25 minutes
Production companies Zenith North,
Tyne Tees Television
Broadcast
Original channel Tyne Tees (1995)
Audio format Mono
Original run 10 September 1995 – 16 February 1997
Chronology
Related shows The Famous Five (1970s series)

The Famous Five is a British television series based on the children's books of the same name by Enid Blyton. It was first broadcast on Tyne Tees Television and HTV from 10/9/1995 onwards, and on CITV (the children's strand of ITV) from 1/7/1996 onwards; there were two series between 1995 and 1997, produced by Zenith North and Tyne Tees in 26 twenty-five-minute episodes.

Production

Broadcast

Cast

Episodes

First Series (initially shown on HTV and Tyne Tees)[1][2]

  1. Five on a Treasure Island (part 1) (10 September 1995)
  2. Five on a Treasure Island (part 2) (17 September)
  3. Five Get Into Trouble (24 September)
  4. Five Go Adventuring Again (1 October)
  5. Five Fall Into Adventure (8 October)
  6. Five Go to Demon's Rocks (15 October)
  7. Five On Kirrin Island Again (22 October)
  8. Five On Finniston Farm (29 October)
  9. Five Go Off to Camp (5 November)
  10. Five Have Plenty of Fun (12 November)
  11. Five On a Secret Trail (19 November)
  12. Five Go to Smuggler's Top (part 1) (26 November)
  13. Five Go to Smuggler's Top (part 2) (3 December)

Second Series (initially shown on HTV)

  1. Five Go Down to the Sea (part 1) (10 November 1996)
  2. Five Go Down to the Sea (part 2) (17 November)
  3. Five Run Away Together (24 November)
  4. Five Have a Mystery to Solve (1 December)
  5. Five Go to Mystery Moor (8 December)
  6. Five (Go) On a Hike Together (15 December)
  7. Five Have a Wonderful Time (part 1) (5 January 1997)
  8. Five Have a Wonderful Time (part 2) (12 January)
  9. Five Go Off in a Caravan (19 January)
  10. Five Get Into a Fix (26 January)
  11. Five Are Together Again (2 February)
  12. Five Go to Billycock Hill (part 1) (9 February)
  13. Five Go to Billycock Hill (part 2) (16 February)

References

External links

  • http://ftvdb.bfi.org.uk/sift/series/24158 (British Film Institute (BFI) listing)
  • Epguides.com Famous Five subsite (please note: refers to the second airing on ITV)
  • Internet Movie Database

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