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Loved watching them when i was little with the bloke (did art show on CITV in the 80s?) - winner of the answer gets a fiver hehe (joke)

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banned#1
That bloke was Tony Hart - hence the programme name Hartbeat.
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That bloke was Tony Hart - hence the programme name Hartbeat.


Was that not TakeHart?
Heartbeat was a 60's police programme with Nick Berry:thumbsup:
#3
Pre-order. | Due for release on 30/01/2009
#4
lol yes Take Hart. Before that, he was on the much more brilliant Vision On, a kids art programme.
#5
thats right - it was Heartbeat - those were the days
#6
dont make them like they used to
#7
Poor old fella is in a right state now too sadly, can't use his hands so can't do any art anymore. Shame for someone as clearly passionate about it as he was to have their ability taken from them.

Good product however, if a tad expensive. Hot, for Mr. Hart.
#8
I remember it being take heart and it was on the bbc...fantastic programme many fond memories.

Heartbeat came later.....

see below

1952-54: Saturday Special .
1954-59: " Playbox " series.
1959 onwards: "Ask Your Dad" series.
1960 - 1963: "Disney Wonderland" (ABC) , and "Stories in Pictures" (Walt Disney).
1963: First appearance in long-running "Titch and Quackers" show.
Tony operated Quackers throughout, and did drawing feature.
1964-1977: " Vision On "
1978-1984: " Take Hart " series, Tony's first exclusive vehicle is an instant success. Morph makes his appearance.
1984: "Take Hart" awarded a BAFTA (British Oscar).
1985-1994: " Hartbeat " series.
1995-1996: "Tony Hart's Artbox Bunch" first series.
1997: "Morph TV with Tony Hart" first series.
1998: First series of "On Your Marks".
1999: "Smart Hart" with Kirsty O'Brien first series.
2000: Second series of "Smart Hart"
#9
Very cool, voted hot.
#10
"Poor old fella is in a right state now too sadly, can't use his hands so can't do any art anymore. Shame for someone as clearly passionate about it as he was to have their ability taken from them"

very sad to hear that, he was a good childrens presenter, these day we have presenters that try too hard to act "cool" and "trendy".
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peter_griffen
"Poor old fella is in a right state now too sadly, can't use his hands so can't do any art anymore. Shame for someone as clearly passionate about it as he was to have their ability taken from them"

very sad to hear that, he was a good childrens presenter, these day we have presenters that try too hard to act "cool" and "trendy".


There does seem to be a lack of those who had a genuine contagious passion for what they were imparting to us kids of the time. Johnny Ball and Wilf Lunn to name others. They're all T4-alikes now with either irritating forced 'wackiness' or general smugness. Hull in a handbag, that's where we're going.
#12
Not cheap, but VERY cool, so worth the wedge! Voted hot from me!
#13
saddened to hear of his health problems....

Got to agree that all kids programmes appear to be more destructive rather than creative....it all seems fast paced animation now such as ben10 defeating some morphing monster.

I wish we could go back to when kids were happy just to draw or even colour a picture, even my 7 year old dosent colour in any more too busy playing computer/console games. If these are removed, he soon becomes bored.
#14
just heard that Tony Hart has passed away....

saddened at his passing, but fondly remembered.

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