Brian Cant

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  • Info Brian Cant (born 12 July 1933) is an English actor, television presenter and writer best known in his work in BBC television programmes for children from 1964 onwards.
  • Again the voice-over was not supplied by Brian Cant, but is delivered in a similar style.
  • The programme was presented by Brian Cant throughout its run.
  • The latter includes actor Brian Cant, in a similar role to that as presenter of Play School.
  • Cherry is married to children's TV presenter Brian Cant.
  • Dappledown Farm was a British children's television programme, starring Brian Cant and a series of puppets.
  • Music was by Freddie Phillips while narration and song vocals were provided by Brian Cant.
  • The final episode saw Brian Cant ranting at his duty of being the narrator saying I'm Brian Cant!.
  • She was a regular on Play School and Playaway with Brian Cant and provided vocals for the Schools Television series Look and Read.
  • Arthur is most popularly remembered as one of the presenters of the children's programmes Play School and Play Away alongside Brian Cant.
  • Griffiths was best known in his early years for his Play School appearances alongside the likes of Chloe Ashcroft, Johnny Ball and Brian Cant.
  • The original narrator, Brian Cant, auditioned to do the voiceover for the commercials, before the job was instead given to Charlie Higson.
  • According to Samira Ahmed, Whitby found Brian Cant's "unpretentious charm" at his audition ideal for the new show.
  • On the BBC2 launch in 1964, Blezard was a musical director for the children's programme Play School with Johnny Ball and Brian Cant.
  • Bric-a-Brac is a British children's television series devised by Michael Cole and Nick Wilson, and starring well known children's television presenter Brian Cant.
  • In 2005 he staged a theatre production called Still Playing Away alongside former Play Away presenter Brian Cant which was a trip down memory lane of the 60's, 70's and 80's.
  • Also known as TOG, in keeping with Richard's unhealthy abbreviation obsession - A spoof children's series, drawn by Joseph Champniss and narrated by Brian Cant, in which the characters were all organs of the human body, they would have some adventure and end up "laughing for a whole five minutes."
  • The Great Egg Race was a BBC television series that ran from 1979 to 1986 and featured Brian Cant (1979), Professor Heinz Wolff (originally head judge, later promoted to series presenter) and Lesley Judd, who joined the series in 1984.
  • In 1980 he appeared in a one-off special co-produced by the BBC and NRK called Jon, Brian, Kirsti and Jon in which he appeared with his compatriot Kirsti Sparboe, and the British performers Brian Cant (with whom Skolmen co-wrote the script) and Jonathan Cohen.