Pigeon Street

Pigeon Street was an animated children's television series originally shown on the BBC in 1981 as part of its 'See-saw' strand for pre-schoolers. There were two series with eight and five episodes respectively, each programme lasting fifteen minutes. The series has been repeated a number of times. The animation was created by Alan Rogers and Peter Lang of the Cut-Out Animation Co., who later went on to do a nursery rhyme series with similar animation called Rub-A-Dub-Dub. Voices were performed by George Layton, with additional voices by John Telfer. Music was by Benni Lees, and played by Soulyard. The shows featured the everyday adventures of a group of characters living on Pigeon Street, an area of flats and terraced housing in a British city, also home to several pigeons which appeared in each show but only occasionally featured in the plot. Characters included Clara the long...

Show Info

Airs on: United Kingdom BBC One (1981 - 1981)
Runtime: 10 minutes
Status: Ended
Show Type: Animation
Genres: Children
Episodes ordered: 5 episodes

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Episode NameAirdateTrailer
2x05: Getting AwayDec 17, 1981
2x04: Springtime for HugoDec 10, 1981
2x03: HobbiesDec 3, 1981
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