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The Kidsongs Television Show is a former music/song video television show.


HistoryEdit

The Kidsongs Television Show aired on ABC in August 19, 1987-March 12, 1988 and PBS (PTV/PTV Park) in April 4, 1994-October 28, 1998 and reran on NBC in March 13, 1988-1989, The Disney Channel in 1989-1992, PBS (PTV/PTV Park) in October 29, 1998-September 5, 1999, PBS (PBS Kids) in September 6, 1999-2002, and ABC (ABC Family) since November 2020. This show was called "The Kidsongs TV Show" in August 19, 1987-March 12, 1988. In Middle East, The Kidsongs Television Show reran on Spacetoon since 2000 and it was called "The Songs for the Young".

Logo TimelineEdit

August 19, 1987-March 12, 1988Edit

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April 4-May 13, 1994Edit

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October 2-27, 1995Edit

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September 1-26, 1997Edit

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August 26-October 28, 1998Edit

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2000 (Arabic Dub)Edit

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Members of KidsEdit

  • Todd Alyn Durboraw (Director) (August 17-October 31 and November 14, 1987-March 12, 1988)
  • Robert "Robby" Rosellen (August 17, 1987-March 12, 1988)
  • Scott Trent (Director) (August 17, 1987-March 12, 1988)
  • David Chan (August 17, 1987-March 12, 1988)
  • Christopher Lytton (Host) (August 17, 1987-March 12, 1988)
  • Tiffany Johnson (August 17, 1987-March 12, 1988)
  • Hillary Hollingsworth (August 17, 1987-March 12, 1988)
  • Nicole Mandich (August 17, 1987-March 12, 1988)
  • Julie Ann Gourson (Filmaker) (August 17, 1987-March 12, 1988)
  • Tina Marie Espinoza (Producer) (January 30-March 12, 1988)
  • Triskin Potter (Host) (August 17, 1987-March 12, 1988)
  • Marcus "Mark" Humphrey, Jr. II (Director) (April 4-May 13, 1994)
  • Christopher Aguilar (Director) (April 4-May 13, 1994)
  • Kevin Williamson, Jr. II (Director) (April 4-May 13, 1994)
  • Hassan Nicholas (April 4, 1994-October 27, 1995, was a filmaker in October 2-27, 1995.)
  • Christian Buenaventura (Host) (April 4-May 13, 1994)
  • Megan Miyahira (April 4, 1994-September 26, 1997)
  • Janet Veyts (Director) (April 4-May 13, 1994)
  • Melanee Ann Shale (April 4-May 13, 1994)
  • Janessa Ray (a.k.a. Janessa Beth) (Filmaker and Director) (April 4-May 13, 1994)
  • Katie Polk (April 4-May 13, 1994)
  • Alexandra "Alex" Picatto (a.k.a. Alexandra Palm) (Host) (April 4, 1994-October 27, 1995)
  • Ryan McCutchan (October 2-27, 1995)
  • Casey Rion (Director) (October 2-27, 1995)
  • Dava Schatz (October 2-27, 1995)
  • Aaron Harvey (Host) (October 2-27, 1995)
  • Mayia Norton (October 2-27, 1995)
  • Shira Roth (Director) (October 2-27, 1995)
  • Brooke Garrett (October 2-27, 1995)
  • Lynsey Bartilson (October 2-27, 1995)
  • Jessica Fried (October 2-27, 1995)
  • Brady Kimball (Director) (September 1-26, 1997)
  • Asa Karsten Bernstine (September 1-26, 1997)
  • Evan "Corny Boul" Paley (Filmaker) (September 1-26, 1997)
  • Michael Minden (September 1-26, 1997)
  • Kamran Kamjou (September 1-26, 1997)
  • Sergio Centano (Host) (September 1-26, 1997)
  • Troy Mullins (September 1-26, 1997)
  • Sara Perks (Director) (September 1-26, 1997)
  • Lana Richards (September 1-26, 1997)
  • Miriam "Mimi"/"Juggles" Paley (September 1-26, 1997)
  • Tiffany Burton (Host) (September 1-26, 1997)

Adult CastEdit

  • Mary Laub - Mrs. Dipplewhite (Guest) (January 9, 1988)
  • Matthew Devore - Sailor (Guest) (1988)
  • Stephanie DuBois - Mrs. Wilson (April 4, 1997-September 26, 1997)
  • Leif Jonasen - Mr. Forbes (April 4-May 13, 1994)
  • Sloan Fischer - Professor Majorchord (Guest) (April 29, 1994)
  • Roger Scott - Mr. Forbes (October 2-27, 1995)
  • Pete Fremin - Mr. Frost (September 1-26, 1997)

Host Kid Biggle Voice CastEdit

  • Julene Renee - William "Billy"/Ruby Biggle (April 4, 1997-September 26, 1997)

Host Kid Biggle Costume CastEdit

  • Frat Fuller - William "Billy" Biggle (April 4, 1997-September 26, 1997)
  • Kimberly Bretto-Smith (a.k.a. Kimberly Bretto Smith) - Ruby Biggle (April 4, 1997-October 27, 1995)
  • Marilyn Rising - Ruby Biggle (September 1-26, 1997)

TriviaEdit

  • In Middle East, on Spacetoon, The American Kidsongs Television Show was dubbed into Arabic.

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