The Book Place

The Book Place was an Australian educational television show for children, which aired on the Seven Network from 1991 to 2003.[1] The show was originally presented by former host of Fat Cat and Friends, Lynn Weston with Brenton Whittle, and Andy Armstrong, with Michael Scheld as the Bookworm. Television and media personality Nuala Hafner joined the cast in 1997, while Pete Michell and Amelia McFarlane replaced departing cast members in 2002. The design of the Bookworm puppet was widely regarded at the time to be based on politician/prime minister John Howard.

The Book Place
GenreChildren's television
Presented byLynn Weston (1991-2001)
Brenton Whittle (1991-2001)
Andy Armstrong (1991-2001)
Nuala Hafner (1997-2003)
Pete Michell (2002-2003)
Amelia McFarlane (2002-2003)
Country of originAustralia
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons10
Production
Production location(s)Adelaide, South Australia
Running time30 minutes
Production company(s)SAS7
Release
Original networkSeven Network
Picture format4.3 PAL
Audio formatStereo
Original release30 December 1991 (1991-12-30) 
2003 (2003)

References

  1. "Program Highlights (Melbourne, December 28-January 3)". TV Week (Victoria edition). Southdown Press. 28 December 1991.
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