The Children's Channel

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The Children's Channel, also known as TCC, was a British television station in the United Kingdom, Ireland, the Benelux nations (with Dutch voiceover) and Scandinavia, which was owned by Flextech.wikipedia
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ITV Central

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In January 1987, Central Independent Television acquired a 22% stake in Starstream, within days of buying FilmFair, allowing the channel to add new programming including Paddington Bear.
On the same day, Central brought a stake in Starstream, who co-founded and operated The Children's Channel – the 22% stake was sold in November 1991 to United Artists Cable International (formerly a subsidiary of United Artists Theatres, the parent company now a division of Regal Entertainment Group, and the former cable company merged into TCI, the predecessor of Liberty Media).

Trouble (TV channel)

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In turn, on 3 February 1997, all the programmes targeting older children (mainly teenagers) which The Children's Channel was by then airing were split off into their own separate television channel called Trouble with TCC reverted to the original name of The Children's Channel and continuing to screen programmes for younger children, running side by side with Trouble for nearly a year, before eventually closing down British and Irish operations both unexpectedly and silently on 3 April 1998 at 17:00 for unknown reasons.
The idea of Trouble was originally influenced by the now-defunct Northern European television channel The Children's Channel's late afternoon scheduling for teen audiences, branded "TCC".

Challenge (TV channel)

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In 1993, it cut back its air hours to 06:00-17:00, allowing newly launched sister channel Family Channel to share its channel space with both channels now a subscription service via the Sky Multichannels package.
The channel was originally launched 1 September 1993 as The Family Channel, a British version of the American cable network of the same name, owned by U.S. firm International Family Entertainment, a spin-off of the Christian Broadcasting Network's cable network The Family Channel, and this channel was shared with Children's Channel.

Premiere (TV channel)

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The channel shared its slot with The Entertainment Network, before sharing with Mirrorvision.
Premiere (known as Prem1ere on air) was the first subscription movie channel that broadcast to Europe via satellite alongside the other European channels of that time, Sky Channel, Music Box and The Children's Channel.

Astra 1A

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In March 1989, the channel started airing free-to-air on Astra 1A (owned by SES S.A. at the time, now a communications satellite operator), airing between 05:00 and 10:00 on weekdays and between 05:00 and 12:00 on weekends, time-sharing with Lifestyle.
Among the channels carried in the early years after launch were the entire four channel Sky Television (later British Sky Broadcasting, after the merger with rival British Satellite Broadcasting on the Marcopolo satellite), the services consisted of Sky One/Sky Channel, Sky News, Sky Movies and Eurosport, the Scandinavian TV3 and TV1000, the German Pro7, Sat.1, RTL plus, 3sat and Teleclub, the Dutch RTL4 as well as FilmNet, Screensport, MTV Europe, The Children's Channel and Lifestyle.

Johnson and Friends

In the UK it was shown on TCC, CBBC, and then on UK Living's Tiny Living strand for under-fives.

Lifestyle (UK TV channel)

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In March 1989, the channel started airing free-to-air on Astra 1A (owned by SES S.A. at the time, now a communications satellite operator), airing between 05:00 and 10:00 on weekdays and between 05:00 and 12:00 on weekends, time-sharing with Lifestyle.
For a time, The Children's Channel also transmitted on transponder 5, airing during the early morning before Lifestyle programming started.

Timmy Mallett

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Hosted by Timmy Mallett as Captain Everything, schoolchildren participated in a quiz based on geography and general knowledge of particular countries, before "replaying" famous scenarios from history of their chosen country.
In 1993, Mallett starred in The Children's Channel's Around the World in 80 seconds as Captain Everything.

Bump (TV series)

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* United Kingdom: After the series finished its original run on BBC One, it was later repeated on BBC Two, The Children's Channel, Nickelodeon (alongside that network's own cartoons from that time period, Doug, The Ren & Stimpy Show, Rugrats, Rocko's Modern Life and Aaahh!!!) and CBeebies.

You Can't Do That on Television

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YCDTOTV was also broadcast in several other countries such as the United Kingdom (on the former satellite and cable television for children The Children's Channel), New Zealand (on TV3), Germany (on Armed Forces Network with the original English audio), Saudi Arabia (on the country's former English-language channel Saudi 2) and the Philippines (on RPN-9).

Philbert Frog

The series ran for 13 5-minute episodes and later aired on TCC and in several countries such as ABC in Australia.

Sky Multichannels

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In 1993, it cut back its air hours to 06:00-17:00, allowing newly launched sister channel Family Channel to share its channel space with both channels now a subscription service via the Sky Multichannels package.

Astro Farm

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Astro Farm was produced by FilmFair for Central Independent Television, and was first broadcast on CITV in 1992, The Children's Channel from 1995; Nick Jr. later repeated it from 2000.

Tiny and Crew

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He had his own show called Tiny and Crew! in which he learned new things about life.
The Character 'Tiny' was a mascot for The Children's Channel strand for younger children, 'Tiny TCC' in 1995 and 1996.

Dennis the Menace and Gnasher

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1990: The Beano's Dennis the Menace and Gnasher Show appeared for the first time on ITV and TCC,

Kissyfur

It also aired on the BBC (as part of its But First This lineup becoming the only cartoon made for the BBC during that block), TCC and Nickelodeon in the UK, ATV World in Hong Kong, SABC1 and SABC2 in South Africa, TVP in Poland, TV3 in New Zealand, Sirasa TV in Sri Lanka, SBT in Brazil, MediaCorp Channel 5 in Singapore, JBC, SSTV and Television Jamaica in Jamaica, RTB in Brunei, Namibian Broadcasting Corporation in Namibia, GMA Network in the Philippines, Armed Forces Network in Germany, Canal+ in France, Israeli Educational Television in Israel, NCRV in the Netherlands and Seven Network in Australia.

Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog

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In the UK, Channel 4 and Pop re-aired the show with the "Sonic Says" segments restored.

Tiny Living

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In 1995, The Children's Channel introduced a strand for toddlers and preschoolers called Tiny TCC, which aired every morning from 6am until 9am.
This block of programming originated on The Children's Channel in 1995.

Degrassi Junior High

Later in the mid 1990s, Degrassi Junior High later reran on The Children's Channel.