Timeblazers (2003– )

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Sam and Jen help Alex find out the questions about the world.

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Creator:

Wilson Coneybeare

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3 February 2006 | fallingangelstar
Very Good
I saw this TV show a few weeks ago, and I must say I really enjoyed it. It teaches a lot about History and makes it both funny and enjoyable to learn about. It's great for young kids who want to extend their knowledge and learn interesting facts that they can use about History. I like the way the two presenters dress up as the Historic figures and act like them, I always find this amusing. The two presenters also seem to work well together and use this to make both a funny and fun to watch show. A good one to watch if you are interested in this sort of stuff.

Some of the jokes can be a bit cheesy and predictable, but I find that this helps you to remember the facts. Also, something happens in modern day life in the show that sparks off all the Historic facts. For example if something happens to the child that they follow around, the two presenters will look through History for historic replicas of this scene. I enjoyed it!

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Release Date:

5 July 2003

Language

English


Country of Origin

Canada

Filming Locations

Gammons Gulch, Arizona, USA

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