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    Flipper & Lopaka

    Flipper & Lopaka

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    Seven Network (ended 2004)
    Flipper & Lopaka is an Australian animated series based on the world famous dolphin “Flipper”. Flipper saves a young Polynesian boy, Lopaka, from drowning. Lopaka discovers that he has the ability to swim like a fish and talk to the animals. The pair have many adventures in the lost city of Quetzo.moreless
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    Crash Zone

    Crash Zone

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    Seven Network (ended 2001)
    Five smart, creative and game-loving kids are about to get an offer they can’t refuse. Alexandra Davis owns a small gaming company of the name ‘Catalyst’. The struggling company gets up on its feet when Pi, Bec, Ram, Mike and Marcello are hired to test and design computer games. Alexandra Davis doesn’t know what she’s in for.moreless
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    Gloria's House

    Gloria's House

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    Seven Network
    Gloria's House is the messiest house in a street full of perfect homes - but it's a lot more fun than any of the other squeaky-clean places in Chillsville.
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    Saturday Disney

    Saturday Disney

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    Seven Network
    Saturday Disney is a kids program that airs on Channel Seven in Australia. It started in 1990 and has had many hosts living in the Disney House, where the program is held each week. The hosts do Cooking, Craft, Interviews, Stories, Dares and much more, as well as showing three new cartoons every week.

    You can email Saturday Disney at the following address: disney@seven.com.au

    The current cartoon series being shown are new episodes of Kim Possible, Phineas and Ferb and Hannah Montana.moreless
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    Spit It Out

    Spit It Out

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    Seven Network
    Spit It Out is a game show for kids that started airing on Australian television on October 2010. It featured teams of children from different schools competing in word games. Each team has two opportunities to compete in the show through the round-robin method until finally, one school is declared the champion. Initially intended to be a board game, the series was created by Alan Curtis and Grant Rule. Unlike most Australian children's game shows, it was taped in Melbourne and involved students in the area.moreless