Björnes magasin

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Björnes magasin
Genrechildren
StarringJörgen Lantz, Pontus Gustafsson
Country of originSweden
Original language(s)Swedish
Release
Original networkSVT
Original release31 August 1987 –
2004

Björnes magasin ("Björne's Magazine") was a Swedish children's TV program broadcast by SVT 31 August 1987–2004.[1] It was produced and created by Kerstin Hedberg and Anita Bäckström.

The idea likely came from[citation needed] the Danish children's TV program "Bamses Billedbog"(first broadcast on 16 September 1982 and still in production) and on that background you can call it the Swedish version of "Bamses Billedbog".

This program is about the teddy bear Björne, played by Jörgen Lantz (until 2001) and Pontus Gustafsson (from 2002). Other actors who have appeared as Björne's "guests" in the program include Robert Gustafsson, Eva Funck, Vanna Rosenberg, Anders Linder, Carl-Einar Häckner, Johan Ulveson and Anders Lundin. Together they often watch children's TV programs, which allowed the main programme to also function as a frame story.

In 2006 Björnes magasin and Hjärnkontoret were voted as the 2nd best children's TV program (after Fem myror är fler än fyra elefanter) on the SVT program Folktoppen.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://smdb.kb.se/catalog/search?q=%22Bj%C3%B6rnes+magasin%22&sort=OLDEST
  2. ^ ""Fem myror" blev bästa barnprogrammet". Svenska Dagbladet (in Swedish). 24 September 2006. Retrieved 4 May 2012.

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