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Ragdoll Productions Ragdoll Productions (or Ragdoll Ltd.) (and Ragdoll Productions Animations.) is a United Kingdom company that produces children's television shows. It was founded by Anne Wood in 1984, who later devised many of their phenomenally successful television series, seen (in , which makes the Teletubbies, Rosie and Jim Rosie and Jim (sometimes written as "Rosie & Jim") is a British children's television programme which has appeared, on and off, on CITV (the ITV Children's Programming Section) since the early 1990s. The programme was the creation of Anne Wood and Doug Wilcox. , Tots TV Tots TV was a television show, produced by Ragdoll Productions and Central (later owned by Carlton Television) (Both Ragdoll and Central also produced Rosie and Jim and Ragdoll independently produced Teletubbies for the BBC). and Brum, is now so successful it needs to move to bigger premises.Bosses say they want to stay in Stratford.
Director Chris Wood said: ``Ragdoll Ragdoll
a recently developed breed of cats, derived from Persians, Birmans and Burmese. It is a very large cat with medium to long hair and blue eyes. When held, it relaxes completely, hence the name. is determined to stay in Stratford where we see ourselves as very much part of the community. However, we are rapidly growing out of the various premises which we use in the town.''
The company wants a site to house its offices, the Ragdoll shop and a centre for children's activities.
It says it needs at least 15,000 sq ft.
The new site will also develop ideas introduced at the popular Ragdoll Shop in Chapel Street, Stratford.
A spokeswoman said: ``At present, 60 per cent of the space in the shop is given over to play areas and it is intended that the Ragdoll Space will provide even more opportunities for children to play."