Welcome To The '90s! A site of '90s Nostalgia.

Let us travel back over ten years' past... Best read if you were a child/teen through the '90s.


Please feel free to sign my guestbook! Any particular things missing that you think ought to be on here, please let me know!  I am also curious as to how people are finding this site; the search has to be quite specific...

Thank you to everybody who views my site; to know people are looking at it encourages me to keep working on it, and keep the 90s spirit alive! (*Cheese alert*)

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Reply Sophie
12:22 PM on June 22, 2009 
thank you so much for having a website like this :D
all my fav children tv shows on one page :) brill. :P
But there's one tv show that I have been searching for for absoulutely ages and haven't found it! :( all I can remember was that it was shown in the mid 90s and included a panda, and a mummy panda. The panda smashed its money box to get coins and the mummy panda used to turn the light off at night. Do you know what this programme is called? I've been searching everywhere. If you know it can you email me plz :) [email protected] :)
p.s. you missed one of my fav childrens shows !! on the letter 'O' there is 'Oakie Doke'!! I loved that :P
Reply mark
5:39 PM on September 21, 2009 
thanks for this site brought back many memories. could also have. pan and the pirates, pirates (starred liz smith), fully booked. sharky and george. shark men. i'll try to think of more
Reply Chris
5:03 PM on September 23, 2009 
You can't forget Blankety Blank! I loved watching that!
Reply 80's love child
11:39 AM on October 1, 2009 
great site, does anyone remember the name of the show where they had to put a simulator mask on and it took you through this medievel castle and their friends had to navigate them? it was like dungeons and dragons, great show cant remember the name!
Reply Francesca
9:07 PM on October 24, 2009 
Heyo! Luv the list of shows and adverts from the 90's!
I need help deperatly! I remember a show that was about puppet rat things. It was quite scary looking. I can barely remember it, all that pops in my mind is the good rat/mouse always walking past a big clock, i'm sure there was some owls floating about too. Anyone Know what the heck it was I will love u sooooo much! lol! Also I know it was 1999, but I still count it 'The Tribe' was my favourite kids program! Gutted they cancelled it right when alot of characters we thought where lost or dead where set to make a comeback! Eeh well, Keep the dream alive as they say!
Reply Francesca
9:14 PM on October 24, 2009 
Me again! lol! Should've read the older posts, because someone has already found the rat show!! I gotta say OH MY GODDDD!!!! I am soooooooooo excited!!! That show was crazy and I loved it and I love whoever remembered it!!! Well done!!!!
Reply Bryony
2:37 PM on November 19, 2009 
does anyone remeber a programme about a mum and her two kids i think a boy and a girl, and they lived in a shop and always had to hide from a security guard that they had a nick name for, something to do with whiskers or something?? and at the end when they'd finally found a house to live in rather than in a shop they wrote the securit guard a card sayinbg thankyou, cause i think he secretly helped them stay there?? anyone?
Reply Emily
2:21 PM on November 25, 2009 
thank god you knew about The Hurricanes! There's 2 other TV shows I remember but no one else seems to..
one was narrated like a story and there was this one girl who was in real life and then went through a door to a dinosaur world, and the narrator reminds me of rik mayall but it really isn't him!
and the other is basically, i don't know if it's from another show or anything, but there were 2 cats who lived in an alley and had a very bear-ish face! :/
i know, I sound crazy but they did exist, honest.

oh, and by the way - the snorks? and The Adventures of Blinky Bill!
Reply Samantha
1:05 PM on November 29, 2009 
I remember watching when I was a kid a programme called Astro Farm. I don't remember that much about it apart from that it was a farm run by people on an asteroid in space, and there were also these two characters called Biff and Splodge that were a hilarious double act doing lots of silly things and having daft conversations. No one I've ever spoken to remembers it apart from me, but I think it should be added to the list because it was a brilliant show.
Reply Porkies
8:03 PM on December 5, 2009 
(CBBC, mid 90s?)

Another mystery show to my memory. It was with live actors. All I remember is a group of costumed people owning a shop of unusual items. One of the people, at least, was a pirate.
This may be Rent-a-Ghost?

A fantastic site, brought back loads of memories
Reply pepper101
3:50 PM on December 6, 2009 
Porkies says...
(CBBC, mid 90s?)

Another mystery show to my memory. It was with live actors. All I remember is a group of costumed people owning a shop of unusual items. One of the people, at least, was a pirate.
This may be Rent-a-Ghost?

A fantastic site, brought back loads of memories

If that show was shown during the 90s then it may well be! Thank you for (possibly) clearing that up! :D Glad you like the site too.
Reply Rebecca
4:36 PM on December 8, 2009 
Hello! I was wondering if you could help! There was a 90's show, it had a blonde boy that rode a tricycle. I can remember the theme song but what was the programme. Only the narrator spoke in the show.
Reply Stacie
8:18 PM on January 24, 2010 
I am not sure what year it was (I was born in 88) but I remember a cartoon about a girl and she used draw pictures of the wall and then they came to life. It's been killing me.

Another cartoon I remember is "Little Dracula" the bald green vampire kid, I used to love watching that :D
Reply Daviey B
5:21 PM on February 9, 2010 

Just wanted to let to let you know i love the site - BUT! your description of Albert the Fifth Muskateer is erroneous - Albert was a genius, it was the other four muskateers who were clumsy, and always Albert who they relied on to get them out of trouble :)

have a week :)
Reply Salik
7:11 AM on February 12, 2010 
dont forget Teddy Ruckspin, Greenclaws and raggy dolls?!!...or even simon and the witch and T-bag?