Wombat (TV series)
|Genre||Children's television series|
|Country of origin||Australia|
|No. of seasons||12|
|Original channel||Seven Network|
|Picture format||4.3 PAL|
|Original run||1979 – 1990|
|Followed by||Agro's Cartoon Connection|
Wombat was an award-winning Australian children's TV show produced at BTQ Channel 7 in Brisbane from 1979 to 1990. It was aired on weekday afternoons, and later Saturday and Sunday mornings, across Australia.
The show had a number of hosts who were accompanied by Agro, a puppet played by Jamie Dunn. The show consisted of small educational editorials presented in a variety of segments. The segments featured a number of regular reporters including Eric Summons, Fiona MacDonald, Bob La Castra, identical twins Gayle & Gillian Blakeney, Rob Elliott, Tony Gordon, Jill Ray and Gary Hardgrave. The program also included children as regular reporters including Scott Sutherland, Pippa? Some of these reporters performed double duty as host of the show, notably Bob La Castra and Gayle & Gillian Blakeney. Other regular guests included: Laurel Edwards, Michael Futcher, Stacey Thompson ("Ranger Stacey"), Ashley Wilkie, Kristine Davis & Glenn Hansen.
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