Agree on television in the Soviet Union were a great many interesting programs. Before going to sleep, we ran to the screens to show "Good night, kids", waiting for and loved, "In a fairy tale," we learned a lot from the "Club of travelers". We even called the parents home with gulyanok, screaming the entire courtyard of the beginning of the program, and after its completion, we ran back to the street. Let us remember what we looked transmission and our parents. I hope you will continue my list in the comments. In Soviet times, people complained that the strict censorship "produced" only propaganda, ideologically "combed" transfer, Western movie was sensational rarity, even less foreign music sounded, and on a live broadcast, you can only dream of. But they had a great childhood and youth of transmission: smart, kind, informative and very emotional. Some experienced a total telekommertsializatsiyu ("Good night, kids", "ABVGDeyka" "Jumble"), but the majority has sunk into oblivion.
"In a fairy tale»
There was no greater happiness for Soviet children, how come running Friday after school (first program went out on Saturday and then on Sunday), turn the telly and see the screensaver "In a Fairy Tale" and a good aunt Valya (Valentina Leontiev), which certainly opened transfer treatment "Hello, dear children and dear comrades adults!»
Until now, fairy-tale film, shot in the Soviet era, are considered masterpieces of film classics: "Barbara, beauty, long braid", "Kashchei Immortal," "There on unknown paths ...", "The Kingdom of Crooked Mirrors", "New Adventures of Masha and Viti "," Maria Mirabella, "" Three Wishes for Cinderella "... They taught children a very simple but important truth: to be kind, honest, fair, respect your elders, never leaves friends in trouble, and much more. We loved and cartoons, but certainly painted!
Before showing Auntie Valya told quite accessible and understandable language on the basis of the literary fairy tales, some stories about how the movie was made. At the end of the quiz was, asked to respond to the "fabulous" or "kinoskazochny" issue and send to the program drawings and crafts based kinoskazki shown. Transfer watched the whole family (parents, too, loved fairy tales), but better, of course, with the courtyard friends and pies that are baked grandmother weekend. Humane authors of "In a Fairy Tale" did transmit only during the school year, in the summer program "going on vacation».
Sunday, 9.30 am, all Soviet children run to the TV, begins the "Alarm" - transfer, which remembers every Soviet child. It appears on the screen freckled boy, like the heroes of "Jumble" and sounded optimistic song by VIA "Gems».
For many years the transfer led the actress Hope Rumyantsev
The first issue of the transfer took place in the distant 1965.
At different times it were different celebrities: Valentine Leontiev, Svetlana Zhiltsova Angelina Vovk Lyudmila Krylova and Alexander Voevodin, but I really like the actress Hope Rumyantsev, perhaps, for her cheerful, life-affirming voice.
The program includes everything: poetry, theater, Practice dance competitions amateur pop & quot ;. The performances attended favorite actors: Yevgeny Leonov, Vitaly Solomin, Mikhail Gluzsky, Eugene stems, Irina Muravyov, Alexander Abdulov and others. Among the guests of "Countdown" was cartoonist Fedor Khitruk, composer Alexander Zatsepin, singer Alla Pugacheva, actress Rina Green, writer Boris Zakhoder clown Oleg Popov, the puppeteer Sergei Obraztsov, the trainer Yuri Kuklachev illusionist Hmayak Hakobyan. Before the guest stars laid out envelopes to send the application to the cartoons, they chose the one that today see the audience. Here is multloto!
"Do with us, do as we do it better than us!»
This children's television broadcast of the GDR was very popular - she went from 1964 to 1990. In German, it sounded so: «Mach mit, Mach's nach, Mach's besser!» She loved, perhaps because it was all in German succinctly, fervently and vigorously. Or maybe because of lead - the German athlete, actor and TV presenter Gerhard Adolf. Adi (as everyone called Gerhard) was incredibly charming, joking. In addition, the transfer of foreign music was played, and it was such a rarity for the Soviet people.
Of course, the show has been focused on raising a healthy, sporting spirit among the younger generation. It was a sports competition between three teams of students from different cities of the GDR, and the jury consisted of famous athletes and members of the National combined team of the GDR. Besides sports relay races in the program were different quiz and a competition on knowledge of traffic rules.
This show marked the beginning of sports programs such as "Mom, Dad and I - together happy family", "Cheerful starts". But they were less successful projects, than the "Do with us, do as we do, we do better».
"The exhibition of Pinocchio»
"Boer Venue, Venue Boer, Boer, Pinocchio! They sent us pictures of different kids' - such a song starts transmitting to the young artists. Children sent their pictures, they showed to the whole country. Conducted program animator Vadim Kurchevsky.
Together with co-host - Pinocchio doll - they dismantled the touching children's pictures. The program tells about the great artists and learned to draw.
Another "creative" program, which was published in the 70-80s of the last century. Detckomu "Hand Maid" taught Valentine Leontiev, Svetlana Zhiltsova later - the artist Nikolai Komov and girl Sasha Dragomiretskaya. The kids learned to do different crafts from natural materials and paper: chestnut hedgehog, tortoise-shell walnuts or car of a matchbox.
Laugh laugh, but there was an aesthetic education, and the development of fine motor skills in children. After each issue Editorial received hundreds of children's drawings and crafts. Perhaps it was the prototype of all the favorite heading in the program "While all the houses" - "crazy hands».
Children's program "Merry Notes" was a type of "Morning Star". And all have been leading the same Yuri Nikolayev and announcer CT Marina Burtsev. The program was attended by children's performances, music and dance groups and individual performers. Age was not limited to children.
"The Children's Hour»
The perestroika children's programs began to grow like mushrooms after the rain, "Jungle", "finest hour", "Merry notes." In the late '80s began to take a wonderful program "Children's Hour". There were shown performances of children's ensembles, cartoons, recipes for some simple meals. But the most memorable (at least for me) it was a course of learning a foreign language (English, German, French), which was shown as part of the transmission.
Very popular use English, and not the last role was played by the fact that he taught Mazzy - the hero of the animated telecourse granted broadcaster BBC.
Huge green alien, like a bear and a snowman at the same time, arrives at the flying saucer to Gondolend. "I Am Muzzy. Big Muzzy! "- Loudly proclaimed a hero of his appearance. In the story, he gets in the most absurd situations, and nourished exclusively Muzzy hours and other iron things. "I Am hangri. I Am Veri hangri. Like Ai kloks. Mm-hmm ... »!
So far, nothing is funnier and more effective in learning languages, I think you can imagine. Here it is - a real old school!