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10 years on, puppets start new series.

A PAIR of mischievous Warwick-shire puppets is celebrating a decade of fun with a new television series starting today.

Children's favourites Rosie And Jim return to ITV with a series of adventures on their boat, The Ragdoll. The TV twosome are the creations of Stratford-based Ragdoll Productions, whose boss, Anne Wood, was made a CBE for her services to children's broadcasting in the New Year's honours list.

Rosie And Jim are celebrating their 10th anniversary this year and remain firm favourites with youngsters. Creative head Robin Stevens, who also writes and directs Rosie And Jim, believes that children find the characters so fascinating because they magically come to life in the real world and, although they are only trying to help, create mayhem and mess.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Jan 4, 2000
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