PETER DAVIDSON’S first gig after getting smothered to death by Peri’s breastage in DR WHO. Here he turned his pleasant, open face and sort of reckless innocence to a JACKANORY-plus-nursery-rhyme gubbins, leavened with shadow puppetry off of BUTTON MOON, Oscar the Rabbit and others. Occasionally deputised for by MARK WINTER, big star of the 60s and an even bigger star of the, er, ahem. Each episode started with the presenter making a picture on a “tree trunk” using cut out geometric shapes. The shape was invariably “a magic teapot” or similar which would then turn up in the tale.