Two Scottish children discover that not only is The Loch Ness Monster real - but that there is a whole family of 'Nessie'. Most of the yellow creatures are named after a personality trait like Eager-Ness, Sad-Ness or Silly-Ness.
Whilst on holiday, two boys find the skeleton of a Roman centurion in a cave. Buried with him is an unusual 'pod' which turns out to be a flying machine with incredible abilities. Will they... See full summary »
A team of 6 contestants play a series of physical, mental, skill and mystery games across 4 themed zones gaining as many crystals as possible which determine how many seconds they get as they attempt to win a prize inside the Crystal Dome.
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When I first saw this Saturday morning show, or rather caught bits of it, I first thought it was some kind of sports programme. Then after a couple of other bits I discovered that it was more for kids than adults because there were obvious things to spot. These kinds of things involved kids TV presenters like that really nice black guy who had a teary quit, two Irish puppets, the Rugrats on, and many other things. To be honest I only watched bits of it when I felt like it. When I saw the teary goodbye from the black guy on Greatest Kids TV Moments, I didn't realise he like his job that much! But anyway, what I saw of this show was not bad. Pretty okay!
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