- Hans Weber
- December 7, 2023
Ten years of fun, education and adventure.
A unique program for the youngest viewers. Every day from 6 a.m. until 8 p.m. That’s A D, a station that will celebrate ten years of broadcasting at the end of August. For a decade, children not only enjoy but also educate, motivate sports or perhaps teach cooking. The same will be true in the coming autumn, for which TIME has traditionally prepared a rich offer from the prime minister. Right on their birthday, Thursday, August 31, children can look forward to the Studio Buddy special as well as the AZ Quiz Junior, the Mouse image belongs to the sky awarded by the Czech Lion for the best animated film as well as the premium sequel to the popular Večerček Žížaláci.
“Twelve years ago, when I wrote the first idea for the establishment of a programme dedicated to entertainment and education of children in my candidate project for the post of Director-General of Czech Television, I did not allow myself to hope that in a few years we would be able to create such a sought-after, respected and safe space for the smallest audience,” balances The Director-General of Czech Television, Petr Dvorak, continuing: “D reaches nearly two hundred thousand children a day. And it thrives in international comparison. Right after launch, it ranked among the top three most sought-after children’s public programs in Europe and has not dropped out of this threesome in its decade of existence.”
The 10-year jubilee celebrations on screens will begin on the last day of August. In addition to the Studio Buddy special, or the animated adaptation of The Little Prince, children can also enjoy the AZ quiz junior.
.In regular late-night hours, The Evening Star will also wish D-Day at the end of the summer holidays, with the first installment of the latest animated series Wormworms. This, by the way, with a total of fifty-two episodes, will become the longest original animated evening paper since 1989. The puppet series “Garden Under the Stars”, about baby Jesus, his parents Mary and Joseph, and his friends Tomas and Peter, will continue with the new episodes.
In the fall, “D” had prepared a variety of original programs for its viewers. On the first Monday of September, the 13-episode animated cycle will tell what the weather can do. “In the first episodes, we explain what the weather is, how it affects life on Earth, and why the seasons change. In the other ones, we’ll look at weather events in detail, we’ll discuss clouds, fog or rainbows, for example. And we will focus on how the weather is actually measured,” says director, screenwriter and animator of the show Maria Procházková.
And then, in October, she transports the children behind ten different kinds of art by the magical Muse in The Muse, or All the Muses of the World: “I wrote the scripts for Bára Vaculíková and Coco Rafajová, the daughter and granddaughter of Petra Černocká. In addition, Vanda Hybner will also appear on the show in an episode about pantomime, or perhaps Ondra Studénka in a segment about folklore. We will also bring children closer to drama, poetry and song lyrics, painting, voiceband and rap, puppetry, film or ballet with prima ballerina Tereza Podařilova,” his screenwriter Zora Jandová presents the cycle.
In the 15 episodes of The Rescue Professions Save Yourself, who can the trio of guides face unexpected emergencies requiring the intervention of some of the components of the Integrated Rescue System. Children so popularly learn what to do when life is at stake. He will also travel to Data Lhota for the second time – in new stories, he will learn how a computer mouse works, what a reboot is for, what a smart appliance means, or what to look out for when installing an app. And in order of the third series, the Scout, in which the guides Vojtěch Klinger and his dog Maggie reveal interesting facts about the air. There will also be a traditional year-round D-day competition. She wants this year called Amazing Art to tweak artistic taste, aesthetic feeling and perception of detail. “With our eyes open and our senses open, we will see the world around us in all its glory. With and without magic glasses, we will pass through the world of music, dance, theatre, literature and film,” adds project manager Monika Mrázová.
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- Hans Weber
- December 7, 2023