Shining Time Station

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Shining Time Station is an American children's drama television series jointly created by British television producer Britt Allcroft and American television producer Rick Siggelkow.wikipedia
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Britt Allcroft

Britt Alcroft Productions
Shining Time Station is an American children's drama television series jointly created by British television producer Britt Allcroft and American television producer Rick Siggelkow.
She is the creator of the children's television series Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends (later re-titled Thomas & Friends), Shining Time Station (with Rick Siggelkow) and Magic Adventures of Mumfie.

Gullane Entertainment

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The series was produced by The Britt Allcroft Company (now Gullane Entertainment, a subsidiary of HiT Entertainment) and Quality Family Entertainment in New York City for New York City's PBS station WNET, and was originally taped in New York City during its first season and in Toronto during the rest of its run.
Gullane Entertainment Limited was a British independent production company which produced children's programming, including Thomas & Friends, Shining Time Station and The Magic Adventures of Mumfie, as well as the film Thomas and the Magic Railroad.

Thomas & Friends

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It incorporated sequences from the British television show Thomas & Friends, which was in turn based on a series of books that had been written by the Reverend Wilbert Awdry.
In the United States, it had its first broadcast on Shining Time Station in 1989.

Ringo Starr

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The series starred Ringo Starr, George Carlin, Didi Conn, Brian O'Connor, and The Flexitoon Puppets.
He also narrated the first two series of the children's television programme Thomas & Friends and portrayed "Mr. Conductor" during the first season of the PBS children's television series Shining Time Station.

Didi Conn

The series starred Ringo Starr, George Carlin, Didi Conn, Brian O'Connor, and The Flexitoon Puppets.
Edith Conn (née Bernstein; July 13, 1951), professionally known as Didi Conn, is an American actress, best known for her work as Frenchie in Grease, Denise Stevens Downey in Benson and Stacy Jones in Shining Time Station.

Thomas and the Magic Railroad

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Elements from the show were incorporated into the Thomas and Friends film Thomas and the Magic Railroad.
The film is based on the British children's book series The Railway Series by The Rev. W. Awdry, its televised adaptation Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends, and the American television series Shining Time Station by Britt Allcroft and Rick Siggelkow.

Nicole Leach

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Nicolle Rochelle, often credited professionally as Nicole Leach (especially early in her career), is an American actress, dancer, and jazz singer; most widely known for her appearances on television including Shining Time Station, The Babysitters Club, and made for television movies The Vernon Johns Story starring James Earl Jones and after school special Summertime Switch.

Brian O'Connor (actor)

Brian O'Connor
The series starred Ringo Starr, George Carlin, Didi Conn, Brian O'Connor, and The Flexitoon Puppets.
His best known roles include Biddle in Beverly Hills Cop II (1987) and Schemer on Shining Time Station (1989–1993).

George Carlin

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The series starred Ringo Starr, George Carlin, Didi Conn, Brian O'Connor, and The Flexitoon Puppets.
He also played the role of "Mr Conductor" on the PBS show Shining Time Station and narrated the show's sequences of the American version of the U.K. television series Thomas & Friends from 1991 to 1995, replacing Ringo Starr.

WNET

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The series was produced by The Britt Allcroft Company (now Gullane Entertainment, a subsidiary of HiT Entertainment) and Quality Family Entertainment in New York City for New York City's PBS station WNET, and was originally taped in New York City during its first season and in Toronto during the rest of its run.

Tom Jackson (actor)

Tom Jackson
His best known television roles are Billy Twofeathers on Shining Time Station and Peter Kenidi on North of 60.

Erica Luttrell

Luttrell is best known for her role as Kara on the children's television series Shining Time Station, and the voice of Keesha Franklin on The Magic School Bus.

Ari Magder

Ari Joseph Magder (May 3, 1983 – April 27, 2012) was a Canadian-born American actor best known for Shining Time Station (1989), Rugged Gold (1994) and Woman on Trial: The Lawrencia Bembenek Story (1993, about Laurie Bembenek, starring Tatum O'Neal).

Jonathan Freeman (actor)

Jonathan Freeman
Jonathan Freeman (born February 5, 1950) is an American actor, voice actor, singer and puppeteer, known for puppetering and voicing Tito Swing in Shining Time Station and for voicing Jafar in Disney's Aladdin franchise, as well as the Kingdom Hearts franchise and the 2011 Aladdin musical.

Leonard Jackson (actor)

Leonard Jackson
On television, he had a recurring role on several PBS television series for children, including Sesame Street as Mr. Hanford, Shining Time Station, and Square One TV/Mathnet.

Bobo Lewis

Bobo Lewis was most famous for her role as gossip Midge Smoot on the children's television series Shining Time Station.

Jason Woliner

Woliner also appeared in the commercial parody "McSooshi" on Saturday Night Live and as "Matt", a series regular during the first season of PBS's Shining Time Station.

Schemer Presents!

Then, after the episode of Shining Time station was shown, a short segment known as "Schemer Presents!" was shown.
Schemer Presents! is a home video spinoff of Shining Time Station.

Wayne White (artist)

Wayne White
Other television credits include production and set design for Shining Time Station, Riders in the Sky, The Weird Al Show and Beakman's World.

Mr. Conductor's Thomas Tales

Mr. Conductor's Thomas Tales was an American spin-off series of Shining Time Station and Thomas The Tank Engine & Friends that aired on PBS from October 7, 1996 to November 11, 1996.

Joe Raposo

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He also wrote music for television shows such as The Electric Company, Shining Time Station and the sitcoms Three's Company and The Ropers, including their theme songs.

Gerard Parkes

Gerry Parkes
After Fraggle Rock, in addition to returning as Doc in A Muppet Family Christmas, he continued to work in children's television, guest starring as alcoholic photographer Phil (opposite Sesame Park puppeteer Nina Keogh) on the TVOntario puppet series Today's Special, and appearing regularly on PBS's Shining Time Station as store owner Barton Winslow.

Kevin Roth

He sang the theme song for the PBS television children's hit show, "Shining Time Station."

Vaneese Thomas

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She provided the voice of Grace the Bass on the PBS children's television series, Shining Time Station, and of Clio the Muse in the Disney film, Hercules.