For many of us, Saturday mornings during our childhood meant a few hours sat in front of the TV, watching shows such as Live & Kicking, SMTV Live or Tiswas.
Sadly, the classic Saturday morning line up of fantastic shows which shaped many of our childhood’s is no more, but we wanted to know which shows we miss the most as a nation.
We recently conducted a survey of 2,000 Brits and asked them to share the one Saturday morning kids TV show from the past which they’d most like to see rebooted.
The responses revealed the Saturday morning kids TV shows which we’d love to see back on our screens as:
- Multi-Coloured Swap Shop (23%)
- Tiswas (18%)
- Live & Kicking (12%)
- SMTV Live (9%)
- Dick & Dom In Da Bungalow (9%)
- Going Live! (7%)
- Wide Awake Club (4%)
- CD:UK (4%)
- T4 (4%)
- Ministry of Mayhem (4%)
Others which came out included Fully Booked and TMi.
It’s official; Brits want Multi-Coloured Swap Shop (last seen in 1982 on BBC1) back on their screens, with 23% of respondents citing it as the Saturday morning show they’d most like to see rebooted. Making up the rest of the top 5 are Tiswas (last seen in 1982 on ITV), Live & Kicking (last seen in 2001 on BBC1), SMTV Live (last seen in 2003 on ITV) and Dick & Dom In Da Bungalow (last seen in 2006 on CBBC).
If you’re wanting a throwback to your favourite Saturday morning kids TV show, we’ve found some fun clips from the top 10 shows we’d love to see again:
1. Multi-Coloured Swap Shop
3. Live & Kicking
4. SMTV Live
5. Dick & Dom In Da Bungalow
6. Going Live!
7. Wide Awake Club
10. Ministry of Mayhem
Which classic Saturday morning kids TV show would you love to see back on our screens?