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Dive into the personal collection of wildly popular TV presenter Rosemary Eather, now held by the NFSA.

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Little J & Big Cuz (2017–current) is an animated series about two young Aboriginal cousins – 5-year-old Little J (voiced by Miranda Tapsell) and his 9-year-old cousin, Big Cuz (voiced

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In 1963 Rosemary Eather was working as a science and geography teacher in Sydney when she began working at TNQ7 Townsville as their second hostess, after Glenice Hodges.

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Dawn Kenyon was one of the very first employees of ATN Channel 7 in Sydney, hired as the first Coordinating Producer of children's programs.

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Dawn Kenyon (then Dawn Dingwall) was the first presenter of Romper Room, which began as a 15-minute segment within Captain Fortune and was later expanded to a standalone program.<

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Host of NBN3 Newcastle's version of Romper Room, Anne Campbell, showing some chickens to a group of young children. 

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This page from a publicity brochure for Skippy highlights the international popularity of the show.

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The theme song for Skippy by Eric Jupp (1922–2003) is one of the most recognisable Australian television theme songs of all time.

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This is an excerpt from side one of a spoken word recording giving the backstory of how Skippy and Sonny first met.

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Published in 1972 in the UK and printed in Italy, this hardcover book is full of colour illustrations, stories and puzzles aimed at children who were fans of the Skippy television series.<