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A Postscript for Postgate
"This quiz is a tribute to a creative man Oliver Postgate (1925-2008) who gave me fun and interest when I was growing up and delight and joy when together with my children and later their children I re-watched his animated creations on the TV."
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Oliver Postgate was a man of confirmed political and social views and refused to serve as a fighting man during the Second World War on the grounds of his conscientious objection.
Oliver Postgate worked with this artist and creative genius who was his business and creative partner for fourteen years. Who was he?
Oliver Postgate created this character perhaps best described as a floppy pinkish cat made from cloth. Can you name the character?
For those of us who had an interest in trains and engines Oliver Postgate created one of my all time favourite characters. Do you know which of these it was?
Thomas the Tank
Roary the Red Racing Car
Dennis the Fire Engine
Ivor the Engine
A little too high pitched for me, these creations of Oliver Postgate were never the less aliens who commanded a lot of love among children of all ages. Can you guess who they were?
I liked this programme so much as a child I used to think I must have the blood of Vikings flowing in my veins. Who was Postgate's hero who featured in the eponymous series of Nordic sagas?
Noggin The Nog
Miffy the Mad
Hagar The Horrible
Ric The Raver
If you were paying attention to the credits as they rolled out at the end of the various Postgate films you will know the answer to this question. What was the name of the Postgate production company?
During the 1960s Oliver Postgate created the character and story lines about an elusive family of penguin-type persons. My main memory is of really great music. What was this series called?
Oliver Postgate created a delightful couple who lived in the root of a tree but who were often troubled by a rather scary witch. What was the name of this series?
Oliver Postgate wrote widely, using a variety of media. His topics ranged from outrageous and amusing personal views of history, political memoirs as well as scripts and one detective novel which all publishers refused to touch. Do you know what he called his autobiography?
Seeing Things: An Autobiography
I Did It My Way
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Compiled Dec 15 12